shè residence

Made up of [ rén person radical 9, shé tongue radical 135]

Note

'person' gives the meaning, 'she' (tongue) gives phonetic
Number of strokes 8

Related characters


Using rén : zuò (seat) chá (tea) jīn (modern) zuò (sit) cóng (from) yǐ (to use) zhòng (many) jiǔ (long time) lìng (to order) shí (eat) huì (can) hé (why)
Using shé : huà (speech)

Sounds same

shè (to shoot)

Different tone

shé (tongue)

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