尢 wāng lame
NoteOriginally a picture of two legs, one longer than the other to signify lameness
Number of strokes 3
Index 43 used in: 尤 yóu (outstanding)
Different tone亡 wáng (to die)
王 wǎng (monarch)
罒 wǎng (net)
Stroke order for character 尢, kindly provided under Wikimedia creative commons license ➚
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惊 jīng to start; to be frightened; to be scared
Made up of [忄
xīn heart radical 61, 京
OriginCombined heart radical with what used to be a frightened horse now replaced by homophone jing for capital cityFull information for 惊
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