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This is more of a history question. 勇 is short for 乡勇, which roughly means "militia". They are temporary soldiers recruited from the local population in times of need, and are usually disbanded soon after. Soldiers wearing 勇 on their uniforms was a Qing dynasty thing though; they stood in contrast to the elite Banner Armies and the professional Green ...
It's not likely you'll find this in any dictionary because it's a conglomeration of four characters: 招財進寶 "attracting money and treasure". See if you can find them. Hint: there is one part that is shared by two of the characters.
without implying that the classical explanation is necessarily correct, worth noting that 康熙字典 thinks 或 was the original single character for 惑, before the latter character was introduced. Not hard to see how the grammatical usages of 或 could have evolved while it still also meant 惑. Or the other way around, the grammatical function could have been original, ...
Q版主题手办-莉娜-B款 Q版 (Cute Version) 主题 (Theme) 手办 (not sure about this one, maybe manual) 莉娜 (a name: Lina) B版 (B Version)
If you could learn the meaning of most characters and understand them well enough to comprehend Chinese texts? Yes, you could. Chinese characters, Han4 Zi4, are just a system of signs. To remember a sign, we need to: (1) Remember its shape, in whatever way you like to. (2) Give it a name to call it, either for communication with others or talk to ...
I have did some researches about the word "或" Modern meaning of this word are "or", "either", "maybe" and perhaps (或许) 弌 means taking the weapon (戈) and patrol around。 囗 means country, or boundaries。 Thus, combination of this 2 words means taking the weapon and patrol around your country/boundaries. ...
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