维 wéi to preserve; to maintain; to hold together
Made up of [纟 sī
radical 120, 隹 zhuī
short-tailed bird; dove
NoteComposed of 'silk' and 'bird' suggesting a silken thread tied to a bird's leg to 'preserve' or 'maintain' it securely
Using 纟 sī
: 红 hóng (red) 给 gěi (give) 纸 zhǐ (paper) 经 jīng (Classic) 累 lèi (tired) 纲 gāng (guiding principle) 纷 fēn (numerous) 组 zǔ (to form) 绪 xù (beginnings) 结 jié (knot) 纪 jì (order) 纺 fǎng (fine woven silk fabric)
Using 隹 zhuī
: 难 nán (difficult) 谁 shéi (who)
Sounds same囗 wéi (proud)
Different tone为 wèi (do)
未 wèi (not yet)
位 wèi (position)
王维 Wang Wei
维妙维肖 wéi miaò wéi xiaò
Produce an image remarkably true to life; highly skilled
The most versatile of plants is the bamboo, it is used for food, baskets, tubes, scaffolding, musical instruments and more. In China it even forms some of the forests.
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