hé grain


A picture of a grass bearing an ear of corn indicated by the sloping stroke at the top
Number of strokes 5


Index 115 used in: qiú (autumn) ; hé (together) ; xiāng (fragrant) ; jì (season) ; lì (sharp) ; ǎi (low) ; 稿 gǎo (manuscript) ; zū (to hire) ; shuì (taxes)

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Sounds same

hé (river) hé (together) hé (what) hé (to close) hé (why)

Different tone

hē (drink)

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

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