yǎn to develop; to evolve; to practice

Made up of [ shuǐ water radical 85]

Note

Consists of water radical and phonetic 'yin' - to respect
Number of strokes: 14

Related characters


Also uses shuǐ component: fǎ (law) gǎng (harbor) hǎi (sea) hàn (chinese) hàn (perspiration) hé (river) hóng (flood) hú (lake) jiāng (river) jīn (ferry crossing) jiǔ (wine) mǎn (to fill) méi (have not) pào (bubble) qì (steam) qiǎn (shallow) qīng (clear) xǐ (to wash) yú (fishing) zé (pool) zhì (to rule) zhōu (region)

Different tone

yán (face) yán (words) yán (words)

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