谢 xiè thanks
Made up of [讠 yán
radical 149, 射 shè
to shoot; to launch; to allude to
Alternative traditional form
of character: 謝
NoteThe word radical indicates its linguistic use and the 'shoot' right part gives very approximate sound
Number of strokes 12
Using 讠 yán
: 话 huà (speech) 语 yǔ (language) 诞 dàn (birth) 说 shuō (to speak) 谁 shéi (who) 谜 mí (riddle) 请 qǐng (please) 记 jì (to record) 诉 sù (to complain) 访 fǎng (to visit)
Different tone些 xiē (some)
写 xiě (write)
谢谢 xiè xiè
谢谢 xiè xiè
不谢 bù xiè
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