wāng lame

Note

Originally a picture of two legs, one longer than the other to signify lameness
Number of strokes 3

Radical

Index 43 used in: yóu (outstanding)

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Different tone

wáng (to die) wǎng (monarch) wǎng (net)

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stroke order for 尢
Stroke order for character 尢, kindly provided under Wikimedia creative commons license
Epic and formative episode in the rise of the Communists

Epic and formative episode in the rise of the Communists

Modern History

The tales of the heroic struggle of thousands of soldiers over thousands of miles of challenging terrain were held up as the pivotal episode in the early days of the Communist party. It was during the Long March that Mao Zedong emerged as leader with his own vision for the future of China.

jīng to start; to be frightened; to be scared

Made up of [ xīn heart radical 61, jīng capital]

Origin

Combined heart radical with what used to be a frightened horse now replaced by homophone jing for capital city
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