See also: ヒ
, 七, and 𠤎
- In Taiwan, the upper right stroke of 匕 is written with a straight line (一) from left to right.
- In other regions, the upper right stroke of 匕 is written with a curve (丿) from the top right corner towards the middle left, which is also the historical form found in the Kangxi Dictionary.
匕 (Kangxi radical 21, 匕+0, 2 strokes, cangjie input 山竹 (UH), four-corner 22710, composition ⿺乚丿(GJKH) or ⿺乚一(T))
- Kangxi radical #21, ⼔.
- 比, 𡖅, 𡚧, 㠲, 𢖬, 朼, 此, 𭭽, 𤆇, 牝, 𦘪, 䂗, 𥘇, 𥝓, 𭭾, 𫊤, 𧢶, 䚰, 𧺊, 䣥, 𨤽, 𮩲, 𩵏, 𪋼, 齔(𮮾/龀)
- 𠨐, 𢺵, 頃(顷), 𠘩, 旨, 𥘈, 𭴁, 𡙊, 眞, 仑, 匂, 𠨬, 它, 尼, 庀, 𢨩, 㫐, 𣥅, 老, 𦉮, 疕, 皀, 𥃩, 壱, 𡧏, 𡭠, 䖈, 鬯, 麀, 𭅔
- KangXi: page 152, character 18
- Dai Kanwa Jiten: character 2570
- Dae Jaweon: page 342, character 2
- Hanyu Da Zidian (first edition): volume 1, page 261, character 15
- Unihan data for U+5315
||*pʰelʔ, *pilʔ, *pʰrilʔ
- (historical) a kind of spoon in ancient China
- (literary) dagger
- † arrow
- † people
- ‡ Original form of 妣 (bǐ, “deceased mother”).
|For pronunciation and definitions of 匕 – see 牝 (“(of an animal) female”).|
(This character, 匕, is recorded in one or more historical dictionaries as a variant form of 牝.)
(uncommon “Hyōgai” kanji)
|For pronunciation and definitions of 匕 – see the following entry.
|(This term, 匕, is an alternative spelling of the above terms.)
匕: Hán Nôm readings: chủy/chuỷ
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