Pictogram (象形) – a street intersection.
Originally symmetric, it has been simplified asymmetrically; the left half 彳 is widely used as a radical, while the right half 亍 finds occasional use, and the character can be broken up as 彳 (“small step”) + 亍, though originally it was not a compound.
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- move, travel
- an ancient form of narrative poem which is usually longer than the usual four or eight lines
行 itself is also used as a radical (in addition to 彳); unusually for radicals, the phonetic is placed in the middle – with 彳 on the left and 亍 on the right – corresponding to the phonetic originally being placed at the middle of the intersection.
- KangXi: page 1108, character 31
- Dai Kanwa Jiten: character 34029
- Dae Jaweon: page 1570, character 31
- Hanyu Da Zidian: volume 2, page 811, character 6
- Unihan data for U+884C
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行 (POJ hâng, hàng, hông, Guangdong hong2, hen5 [Meixian], hong2, hen6 [Hailu], hong2, hen5 [Siyan], hong2, hang5 [Hong Kong, Kwangtung], hong2, hang3 [Bao'an, Dongguan], Hagfa Pinyim hang2, hang4, hong2)
- CCDICT (Chineselanguage.org)
- Academia Sinica - Hakka-English Dictionary
- Lau, Chun-fat. Hakka Pinyin Dictionary (Chinese). Hong Kong: The Chinese University Press, 1997 (Chinese IME supplement) ISBN 962-201-750-9.
行 (hiragana ぎょう, romaji gyō)
- Go'on: こう (kō)
- Tō'on: あん (an)
- Kanyō'on: ぎょう (gyō)
- Kun: いく (行く iku), ゆく (行く yuku), おこなう (行う 行なう okonau)
- Sound (hangeul): 행 (revised: haeng, McCune-Reischauer: haeng, Yale: hayng)
- Name (hangeul): 다닐 행()
- Sound (hangeul): 항 (revised: hang, McCune-Reischauer: hang, Yale: hang)
- Name (hangeul): 항렬 항()
- degree of familial relation
- (movement): 행동
- (degree of relation): 항렬
行 (*hæng, *hɑng)