tā it

Made up of [ mián roof radical 40, spoon; ladle radical 21]
Number of strokes 5

Related characters


Using mián : ān (peace) bǎo (jewel) fù (rich) hán (cold) shí (real) zāi (disaster) zì (letter) gōng (palace) song (Song) yuàn (courtyard) yí (proper) kè (customer) xué (cave) róng (to hold) jiā (house) guān (official) dìng (to set)
Using : huā (flower) huà (to make into) néng (to be able to) sǐ (die) lǎo (venerable) cǐ (this) ne (and you?)

Sounds same

tā (he) tā (she)

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Pronunciation

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