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Why does the Windows 10 HanYu Pinyin entry method for the 亅 (hook radical) character require typing "jue3" (juĕ) instead of "jue2" (jué)?

The pronunciations at Wiktionary, Yabla, and 漢典 are "jué", so the discrepancy doesn't make any sense to me.

  • Perhaps you should switch your IME - 搜狗输入法 is definitely the most popular – Mo. Jun 21 '17 at 3:03
  • Software mistakes and bugs are common. It is hard to guess how it ends up there. The Unihan database (unicode.org/cgi-bin/GetUnihanData.pl?codepoint=%E4%BA%85)also has the pinyin as jué, which references a dictionary. – fefe Sep 19 '17 at 6:45
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This character is not often used in China. As a Chinese person, I don't know the character until I searched it on the internet. The electric dictionary says it should be jue(3). At last, I have to say I really didn't recognize the character. If we want to express the word "hook ", we would directly use 勾子 instead of jue (3). Hope I did help you.enter image description here

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  • Your pictures show the pinyin jue2, but you saying jue3 in your post, why? – fefe Sep 19 '17 at 6:27
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I have referenced to many online Chinese Dictionaries,

basically it is "jue2" (jué), not "jue3" (juĕ).

May be the programmer or editor of the HanYu Pinyin entry method is confused by the Cantonese:

Refer to: CANTONESE

because the pronunciation of 亅 in Cantonese is kyut3

I hope I did answer your question.

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