ròu meat

Note

A picture of pieces of dried meat tied up in a bundle. NOTE: In simplified chinese some characters that used the 'meat' radical have now been put under the very similar looking 'moon' radical.
Number of strokes 4

Radical

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ròu (meat)
Full character form of this simplified radical: ròu

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stroke order for ⺼
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