- In Taiwan and Hong Kong, the upper component of this character is ⻀ (ram's horn), which is the original form found in the Shuowen Jiezi dictionary.
- In mainland China, the upper component of this character is 艹 (grass radical) which is the same form found in the Kangxi dictionary.
萈 (radical 140, 艸+8, 12 strokes in traditional Chinese, 11 strokes in mainland China, cangjie input 廿月山戈 (TBUI), four-corner 44213, composition ⿱艹⿷見丶(G) or ⿱⻀⿷見丶(T))
This character is not to be confused with visually similar 莧 (
U+83A7) which is based on the grass radical and does not have an additional 丶 dot in the component 見.
- 𦏊, 𡅽, 寬, 𡅻 (Contains ⻀ (ram's horn) for Taiwan/Hong Kong and 艹 (grass radical) for mainland China and other regions)
- 𬪖 (Contains 艹 grass radical)
- 𬉛 (Contains ⻀ ram's horn)
Pictogram (象形) – a goat, showing its horns, head, legs and tail. Shuowen erroneously considers it to be a phono-semantic compound (形聲, OC *ɡoːn): phonetic 𥄕 + semantic [Term?] (“legs of a rabbit”).
- † goat with thin horns