Radical 24

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Radical 24 (U+2F17)
(U+5341) "ten"
Pinyin: shí
Bopomofo: ㄕˊ
Wade–Giles: shih2
Jyutping: sap6
Cantonese Yale: sap6
Hiragana: じゅう jū
Kanji: 十偏 jūhen
Hangul: 열 yeol
Sino-Korean: 십 sip
Stroke order.

Radical 24 meaning ten, complete, or perfect is one of 23 of the 214 Kangxi radicals that are composed of 2 strokes. "十" is two crossed lines. It was originally a vertical line, a pictogram of a needle (now 針), later supplemented by a dot in the center of the stroke which became a short cross-stroke and expanded to the current shape. In the Kangxi Dictionary there are 55 characters (out of 40,000) to be found under this radical.

Characters with Radical 24[edit]

strokes characters
0
1 stroke 卂, 千, 卄
2 strokes 卅, 卆, 升, 午
3 strokes 卉, 半
4 strokes 卋, 卌, 卍, 华, 协, 卐, 毕
5 strokes
6 strokes 丧, 卑, 卒, 卓, 協, 单, 卖
7 strokes
8 strokes
9 strokes
10 strokes
19 strokes 卛, 颦

Literature[edit]

  • Fazzioli, Edoardo. Chinese calligraphy : from pictograph to ideogram : the history of 214 essential Chinese/Japanese characters. calligraphy by Rebecca Hon Ko. New York: Abbeville Press. ISBN 0-89659-774-1. 
  • Leyi Li: “Tracing the Roots of Chinese Characters: 500 Cases”. Beijing 1993, ISBN 978-7-5619-0204-2

External links[edit]

See also[edit]

  • KangXi: page 155, character 17
  • Dai Kanwa Jiten: character 2695
  • Dae Jaweon: page 348, character 6
  • Hanyu Da Zidian: volume 1, page 58, character 9