辶 chuò walking
NoteOriginally a picture of a foot at a crossroads
Number of strokes 3
Index 162 used in: 远 yuǎn (far)
; 进 jìn (to advance)
; 运 yùn (to move)
; 迷 mí (to bewilder)
; 谜 mí (riddle)
; 这 zhè (this)
; 道 dào (road)
; 还 hái (still)
Stroke order for character 辶, kindly provided under Wikimedia creative commons license ➚
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