quǎn dog

Note

The abbrieviated form is often used as the radical in many dog-like creatures
Number of strokes 3

Radical

Index 94 used in: shī (lion) ; māo (cat) ; gǒu (dog) ; zhū (hog)

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Sounds same

quǎn (dog)

Different tone

quán (all) quán (spring)
Full character form of this simplified radical: quǎn

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