- Depending on the computer font used, this character may appear be to either ⻍, ⻎ or ⻌
- The form ⻍ (two dots, four strokes) is the traditional form found in the Kangxi dictionary which is used in Japanese kyūjitai, Japanese hyōgai kanji, Korean hanja and Vietnamese Nôm.
- The form ⻎ (one dot, four strokes, same as the animated stroke diagram) is the revised form for Traditional Chinese used in the Song typeface (宋體) in Taiwan, Hong Kong and Macau. This form is also the calligraphic form used in regular script (楷書) in all regions.
- The form ⻌ (one dot, three strokes) is used in the Song typeface (宋體) in mainland China (based on Xin Zixing, 新字形) and the Ming typeface (明朝体) in Japan for jōyō kanji characters.
- A CJK compatibility ideograph exists at
U+FA66for the alternative Japanese form of this radical with only one dot and three strokes that is used for jōyō kanji characters.
This character is not to be confused with the visually similar but unrelated 廴 (Radical 54).
- KangXi: not present, would follow page 1253, character 11
- Dai Kanwa Jiten: character 38702
- Dae Jaweon: page 1735, character 2
- Hanyu Da Zidian (first edition): not present, would follow volume 6, page 3815, character 1
- Unihan data for U+8FB6
Combining form of 辵.
- Radical form of 辵 (走之旁)
- walk, road
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