Radical 160

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Radical 160 (U+2F9F)
(U+8F9B) "bitter"
Pinyin: xīn
Bopomofo: ㄒㄧㄣ
Wade–Giles: hsin1
Jyutping: san1
Cantonese Yale: san1
Hiragana: シン shin
からい karai
つらい tsurai
Kanji: 辛 karai
Hangul: 매울 maeul
Sino-Korean: 신 sin

Radical 160 meaning "bitter" is 1 of 20 Kangxi radicals (214 radicals total) composed of 7 strokes.

In the Kangxi Dictionary there are 36 characters (out of 49,030) to be found under this radical.

In the ancient Chinese cyclic character numeral system tiāngān, 辛 represents the eighth Celestial stem.

Characters with Radical 160[edit]

strokes character
without additional strokes
5 additional strokes 辜 辝
6 additional strokes 辞 辟 辠
7 additional strokes 辡 辢 辣
8 additional strokes
9 additional strokes 辥 辦 辧 辨 辩 辪
10 additional strokes
11 additional strokes
12 additional strokes
14 additional strokes

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