隋 suí Sui; Sui dynasty
Made up of [阝 fù
'left ear'; 'right of mound'
radical 170, 左 zuǒ
, 月 yuè
NoteA family name and famous ruling dynasty, the character has its origin in cutting meat
Using 阝 fù
: 际 jì (border) 陵 líng (mound) 险 xiǎn (danger) 院 yuàn (courtyard) 啊 á (what?) 阻 zǔ (to hinder) 防 fáng (to protect)
Using 月 yuè
: 明 míng (bright) 有 yǒu (have) 能 néng (to be able to) 前 qián (front) 肝 gān (liver) 青 qīng (green) 朋 péng (friend) 朋 péng (friend) 胶 jiāo (to glue) 胆 dǎn (the gall)
Different tone虽 suī (although)
攵 suī (rap)
岁 suì (year)
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