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時期字體 字形|隸定 參考資料 西周金 官差父簋集成4032 春秋金 敔王夫差劍集成11637 戰國・楚金 楚王酓忓鼎集成2794 戰國・楚簡 120曾侯乙墓簡 篆 左部說文解字 東漢隸 嘉祥畫象石   「差」 (Baxter-Sagart OC: /*tsʰraj/, Mandarin Pinyin: chāi) originally depicted a left hand 「𠂇」 picking out an object, here a tree 「木」, indicating the meaning to select, to choose, e.g. between objects of a better or worse quality. From the ...


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zisea ㈠ 拼音mei3,同【美】。 ㈡ 楚国文字隶定字,同【闵】。见【清華.尹至.簡01】 𡵂 is a variant of「美」and/or「闵」and seems to keep those pronunciations, although the「min」reading isn't explicitly alluded to. Although, I'm sure you're looking at the final /ei/ in 微 and now in the given 𡵂/美 variant and seeing some sort of pattern. Not sure how much weight there is to that though.


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Here 羊 is a reduced form of 羑, which means advance(進善) by Shuowen(说文解字).


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it’s the first hexagram, of the book of change (易經) https://ctext.org/book-of-changes/qian/zh most people would treat it as a symbol, not as a character of any writing system. ䷀ (u+4dc0) in chinese, we called it “乾卦”, or just “乾”. about the meanings of it, well, . . . read the book of change, sahib 😸


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There is an entry on zisea for 𤰔: ㈠同【邦】。 ㈡同【叀】。 Looks like it can take the pronunciation bāng (bang1) or zhuān (zhuan1), and the meanings that are associated with both listed characters.


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