zhuī short-tailed bird; dove

Note

Originally a representation of a short-tailed bird, but now usually a sparrow or a dove
Number of strokes: 8

Radical

Index 172 used in: used in: nán (difficult) ; shéi (who) ; tuī (to push) ; wéi (to preserve)

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

Tao Te Ching

Now written in pinyin as Dao De Jing, this small book is the best known ancient Chinese classic outside China. It is a set of philosophical aphorisms and riddles from the Daoist tradition. Within China the book is less well known, many Chinese would first mention the I Ching (Yi Jing) as the premier ancient classic.
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