yíng welcome; greet

Made up of [ jié seal (of document) radical 26, chuò walking radical 162]
Number of strokes: 8

Related characters


Also uses jié component: bào (to announce)
Also uses chuò component: biān (side) dào (road) guò (past) hái (still) jìn (near) jìn (to advance) liáo (distant) mí (riddle) mí (to bewilder) tōng (open) yuǎn (far) yùn (to move) zhè (this)

Different tone

yīng (flower) yǐng (picture) yìng (hard)

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Pronunciation

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Phrases

huān yíng Welcome

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