Chinese Symbol 什
What you see below, and can magnify, is the Chinese character for: first character of the Chinese word for 'what':
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|-||(First character of the Chinese word for 'what': |
|-||Assorted; varied; ten|
A warning: In Chinese, words are often composed by two Chinese characters, and sometimes by three or more. This page is not a dictionary.
This symbol has a different traditional version.
This Chinese character is contained in the following Chinese words:
|-||What (used to indicate interrogation)|
|-||(Used to indicate something indefinite)|
|-||(Used before ,,243,, or ,,343,, to indicate the absence of exceptions within the stated scope)|
|-||(In a phrase or sentence with one ££165x242££ preceding another, the first ££165x242££ always determines the meaning of the second ££165x242££)|
|-||(Used to indicate surprise or displeasure)|
|-||(Used to indicate reproach)|
|-||(Used after a verb to indicate disapproval)|
|-||(Used before parallel words or phrases to indicate enumeration)|
This Chinese symbol is contained in the following Chinese name:
|Chinese name Ashley (female)|
This Chinese name is exactly how the famous Ashley Judd is called in China.
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