fù place

Note

This radical always stands on the right of a character it is a much simplified form of the character for 'city' as a set of ascending steps
Number of strokes 2

Radical

Index 163 used in: dōu (all) ; lín (neighbor) ; nà (that) ; jiāo (suburbs)

< Previous radical 162 chuò Next radical 164 yǒu >

Sounds same

fù (woman) fù (father) fù (rich) fù ('left ear')

Different tone

fū (husband) fú (blessing) fú (good fortune) fú (not)

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

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wén script; character

Origin

Originally a man with a tattoed chest hence writing in general

Radical

Index 67 used in: used in: zhè (this)
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