In Korea, the 丷 component on top of 龹 (also known as 倒八字, inverted 八 character) is written 八 instead of 丷, similar to the form found in the Kangxi dictionary. In Japan, characters with 龹 as a component (hyōgai kanji, jinmeiyō kanji and kyūjitai forms of jōyō kanji) are written with 八 on top while shinjitai kanji and jōyō kanji are written with 丷 on top.
龹 (radical 12, 八+4, 6 strokes, cangjie input 火手 (FQ), composition ⿱丷夫)
- 潫, 豢, 勬, 韏, 眷, 桊, 絭, 觠, 飬, 弮, 拳, 卷/巻, 齤, 券/劵, 倦, (Same phonetic series)
- 謄/誊, 騰/腾, 勝, 藤 (Used as a component)