wǔ noon; midday

Made up of [ shí ten; 10 radical 24, 丿 piě 'slash' radical 4]
Number of strokes: 4

Related characters


Also uses shí component: bàn (half) dé (virtue) dùn (shield) gǔ (ancient) huá (splendid) mài (sell) nán (south) pí (hops) shén (what) zài (to carry) zǎo (early) zhí (straight) zhī (to support)
Also uses 丿 piě component: dì (younger brother) hū (at) jiǔ (nine) jiǔ (long time) lè (music) me (what) nǎi (to be) nián (year) shǎo (less) shēng (produce) shī (to lose) wù (fifth (ordinal)) wù (do not) yì (justice) zhī (him) zú (clan)

Sounds same

wǔ (five) wǔ (martial)

Different tone

wū (crow) wū (house) wú (not to have) wù (do not) wù (fifth (ordinal))

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stroke order for 午
Stroke order for character 午, kindly provided under Wikimedia creative commons license

Phrases

shàng wǔ Morning
zhōng wǔ Lunchtime
xià wǔ Afternoon

Also

端午节 Duānwǔjié Dragon Boat Festival
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