wǎng net


Picture of a net
Number of strokes 5


Index 122 used in: shǔ (office) ; zhì (to install)

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Sounds same

wǎng (monarch)

Different tone

wāng (lame) wáng (to die)

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

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