Decomposition of the Chinese Character  齉  nàng ‘snuffle, twang, speak through one’s nose’ (36 strokes),

 

鼻  bí nose,

自 zì self,

丿 piě slash,

目 mù  eye,

冂 jiōng down box,

三 sān three,

一 yī one,

二 èr two,

 

畁  bì give, allow,

由  tián field,

囗 wéi enclosure,

冂 jiōng down box,

十 shí ten,

一 yī one,

丨 gǔn line,

一 yī one,

 

兀  yóu lame,

一 yī one,

儿 ér boy,

丿 piě slash,

乚 yǐ second,

 

囊  náng bag, pocket,

 

一 yī one,

中  zhōng centre,

口 kǒu mouth,

冂 jiōng down box,

一 yī one,

丨 gǔn line,

 

冖 mì cover,

吅  xuān sue, argue,

口 kǒu mouth,

冂 jiōng down box,

一 yī one,

口 kǒu mouth,

冂 jiōng down box,

一 yī one,

 

井  jǐng well,

一 yī one,

廾 gǒng two hands,

一 yī one,

丿 piě slash,

丨 gǔn line,

 

衣 yī clothing (reduced radical without丶 zhǔ ‘dot’),

亠 tóu lid,

丶 zhǔ dot,

一 yī one,

匚 fāng right open box,

一 yī one,

丿 piě slash,

Synonyms: Structural analysis of the Chinese characters, Breakdown of the Chinese characters, Chinese characters split.

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