Could somebody help me identify these two characters?
The meaning of the first one should be "point" or something similar, the second one looks to me like a combination of 月 and 爭, but I couldn't find it anywhere.
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is 點 (point). It's just written in a special "font".
In 康熙字典, it is
足跟筋也, i.e. tendon in the heel. It is pronounced as
zhēng. Now it's seldom seen in Mandarin Chinese, but in spoken Cantonese, it's still widely and informally used (pronunciation
zaang1). For example,