讠 yán words
NoteThe radical for speech has been greatly simplified to just two strokes from seven strokes in the traditional form of the radical
Number of strokes 2
Index 149 used in: 话 huà (speech)
; 语 yǔ (language)
; 诞 dàn (birth)
; 说 shuō (to speak)
; 谁 shéi (who)
; 谜 mí (riddle)
; 谢 xiè (thanks)
; 请 qǐng (please)
; 记 jì (to record)
; 诉 sù (to complain)
; 访 fǎng (to visit)
Sounds same颜 yán (face)
言 yán (words)
Full character form of this simplified radical: 言 yán
Stroke order for character 讠, kindly provided under Wikimedia creative commons license ➚
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