- All characters sorted under this radical are actually derived from 旡.
- KangXi: page 485, character 23
- Dai Kanwa Jiten: character 13716
- Dae Jaweon: page 847, character 26
- Hanyu Da Zidian: volume 2, page 1147, character 12
- Unihan data for U+65E0
|Historical forms of the character 无|
|Western Zhou||Shuowen Jiezi (compiled in Han)||Liushutong (compiled in Ming)|
|Bronze inscriptions||Small seal script||Transcribed ancient scripts|
One of the three characters (無, 无, 亡) that have historically been used to represent the word "no, not any". First attested in the Warring States period; used interchangeably with 無 until the Tang dynasty. Readopted by the PRC in 1956.
|For pronunciation and definitions of 无 – see 無 (“to not have something; there is not ...; etc.”).|
(This character, 无, is the simplified and variant form of 無.)
- Alternative form of
无 (eum 무 (mu))
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