忄 xīn heart
NoteA very much simplified picture of a heart
Number of strokes 3
Index 61 used in: 情 qíng (affection)
; 惊 jīng (to start)
; 怕 pà (to be afraid)
; 忆 yì (to recollect)
; 忙 máng (busy)
; 懂 dǒng (to understand)
; 怜 lián (to pity)
Sounds same新 xīn (new)
心 xīn (heart)
辛 xīn (hard)
Full character form of this simplified radical: 心 xīn
Stroke order for character 忄, kindly provided under Wikimedia creative commons license ➚
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