Chinese character (Beginner)
|春 (Chūn) Spring|
||Chinese character: 春 (chūn) Spring|
|拼音 (pīnyīn) pinyin: chūn|
|笔画 (bǐhuà) number of strokes: 9|
|含义 (hányì) meaning: spring|
|笔顺 (bǐshùn) stroke order:|
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词源 (cíyuán) Etymology: In spring, the sunshine of “日 (rì) the sun” is an essential factor for sprouts growing into plants. So “日 (rì)” is taken as the radical of “春 (chūn).”
And the upper part of “春 (chūn)” looks like sprouts growing into plants. So comes the character “春 (chūn).”
|部首 (bùshǒu) Radical: 日|
|常用词语 (chángyòng cíyǔ) Frequently-used words or phrases: 春节 (chūnjié) Spring Festival, 春天 (chūntiān) spring.|
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1. Wǒmen dōu chénjìn zài chūnjié de huānlè zhī zhōng.
2. Chūntiān lái le, wànwù chōngmǎn shēngjī.
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