Chinese Etymology

Chinese Etymology

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Character:

Character (單一漢字)
English Senses For (英文): mo4
to sink / to submerge / to overflow / to rise beyond / to disappear / to go into oblivion / none / exhausted / eliminated / finished / completed / to take property away from another / to confiscate / to die / dead

English Senses For (英文): mei2
none / nothing / no / not yet / negative

Simplified (簡體字):
Unicode := 6CA1
GB2312-80 := C3BB


New! Simplification explanation under construction.

Traditional (繁體字):
Unicode := 6C92
Big5 := A853


(聲字部分):
(沒-氵D842 DF1B) mo4 mei2

(有意部分):



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ShuoWen: (說文解字):
沈也從水從**

New! etymology explanation under construction.

From water 氵水 and 殳 (殳 means action by a hand. Usually changes a noun into a verb) thus drown.



Seal (說文解字裏的篆體字)

S08215

LST Seal (六書通裏的篆體字) Characters

L37732 L37733 L26200 L26201 L26202 L26203 L26204
L26205 L26206 L26207

Bronze (金文编裏的字) Characters

B15598


Oracle (甲骨文) Characters - none known

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