zhǔ dot


Number of strokes 1

Radical

Index 3 used in: tài (too) ; yù (jade) ; lì (beautiful) ; wū (crow) ; yì (justice) ; zhōu (prefecture) ; zhǔ (owner) ; zhù (to live) ; dì (younger brother) ; bái (bright) ; sháo (spoon) ; duì (to cash) ; lìng (to order) ; yóu (outstanding) ; liáng (good) ; pù (store) ; wèi (do)

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Sounds same

zhǔ (owner) zhǔ (to cook)

Different tone

zhū (hog) zhú (bamboo) zhú (bamboo) zhù (to live) zhù (to halt)

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

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