This character is usually written as the top component of a character and is not to be confused with 夊 which is often written as the bottom component of a character or 攵 which is often written as the right component of a character.
- KangXi: page 244, character 17
- Dai Kanwa Jiten: character 5691
- Dae Jaweon: page 484, character 22
- Hanyu Da Zidian: volume 2, page 867, character 15
- Unihan data for U+5902
|simp. and trad.
|Historical forms of the character 夂|
|Western Zhou||Shuowen Jiezi (compiled in Han)||Liushutong (compiled in Ming)|
|Bronze inscriptions||Small seal script||Transcribed ancient scripts|
- Cantonese (Jyutping): zi2
- Hakka (Sixian, PFS): chí
- Min Nan (POJ): chí / tí
- Wu (Wiktionary): tsr (T2)
- Min Nan
Middle Chinese: /ʈˠiɪX/
|For pronunciation and definitions of 夂 – see 終 (“end; ending; termination; to come to an end; etc.”).
(This character, 夂, is a variant form of 終.)
|For pronunciation and definitions of 夂 – see 夊 (“of going, slow; tr=-”).
(This character, 夂, is a variant form of 夊.)
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