yán words


The 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: used in: dàn (birth) ; 访 fǎng (to visit) ; huà (speech) ; jì (to record) ; mí (riddle) ; qǐng (please) ; shéi (who) ; shī (poem) ; shuō (to speak) ; sù (to complain) ; xiè (thanks) ; yǔ (language)

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Sounds same

yán (face)

Different tone

yǎn (to develop)
Full character form of this simplified radical: yán

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