Anyone can tell me the meaning of the picture's ideogram?


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Going to make a wild guess here, the picture looks like the simplified character of 壽 (寿)

This character is often seen during Chinese new year, where people wish others a long life, for ex. 祝人長壽, 萬年長壽

From the picture, it looks like it's carved on a rock, these are often seen in souvenir shops that sell small trinkets with Chinese characters.

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