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The site zisea likes to give a two-part component breakdown of every character.

One of their classifications comes with a (卐) next to it.

For instance:

is split up like:

两分字元:耳(卐) 攵

is split up like:

两分字元:厂(卐) 殳

is split up like:

两分字元:十(卐) 木

The entry for the character itself doesn't allude to this usage:

拼音wan4

古代印度宗教的吉祥标志。显现金光,如来佛胸前有卐字。中国唐代武则天定音为【万】。义为“吉祥万德之所集”。佛经中又写作【卍】。

What does "(卐)" as part of 两分字元 mean?

  • 卍 and 卐 are two different character. – fefe May 7 '18 at 12:57
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On http://zisea.com/zslf.htm# you can see this:

卐=难拆字元

So it is just a "symbol" used on the site to represent parts that are hard to identify.

It is not universal.

  • Also it looks like it may only stand for one stroke: 【卐】【1画】. – user3306356 May 9 '18 at 4:37

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