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 wǔ bǐ zì xíng five stroke input method for Chinese characters by numbered strokes, invented by Wang Yongmin 王 / / / in 1983  
 wǔ bǐ shū rù fǎ five stroke input method for Chinese characters by numbered strokes, invented by Wang Yongmin 王 / / / in 1983  
 Wáng mǎ Wang code, same as 五 / / / / |五 / / / / [wu3 bi3 zi4 xing2], five stroke input method for Chinese characters by numbered strokes, invented by Wang Yongmin 王 / / / [Wang2 Yong3 min2] in 1983  
 wǔ bǐ abbr. of 五 / / / / |五 / / / / , five stroke input method for Chinese characters by numbered strokes, invented by Wang Yongmin 王 / / / in 1983  
 Wáng Yǒng mín Wang Yongmin (1943-), inventor of the five stroke input method 五 / / / / / |五 / / / / / [wu3 bi3 shu1 ru4 fa3]  
 wǔ bǐ zì xíng Chinese character input method for entering characters by numbered strokes / variant of 五 / / / / |五 / / / / [wu3 bi3 zi4 xing2]  
 wǔ bǐ biān mǎ five-stroke code, Chinese character input method  
 sì jiǎo hào mǎ four corner code (input method for Chinese characters)  
 shù bǐ vertical stroke (in Chinese characters)  
 héng gōu horizontal stroke with a hook at the end (in Chinese characters)  
 shù gōu vertical stroke with a hook at the end (in Chinese characters)  
 shù wān gōu / stroke in Chinese characters  
 bǐ pen / pencil / writing brush / to write or compose / the strokes of Chinese characters / classifier for sums of money, deals / CL:支 / [zhi1],枝 / [zhi1]
 shù to erect / vertical / vertical stroke (in Chinese characters)
 héng xié gōu / stroke in Chinese characters  
 Cāng Jié Cang Jie, legendary scribe of the Yellow Emperor and creator of Chinese writing / Cangjie input method (computing)  
 yīn yì transliteration (rendering phonetic value, e.g. of English words in Chinese characters) / characters giving phonetic value of Chinese word or name (when the correct characters may be unknown) / transcription (linguistics) / to transcribe phonetic symbols
 shù zhí vertical / to erect / to set upright / vertical stroke in Chinese characters / young servant (old)  
 zhé turning stroke (in Chinese characters) / see also 折 / [zhe2]  
 jué "vertical stroke with hook" radical in Chinese characters (Kangxi radical 6) / see also 豎 / / |竖 / / [shu4 gou1]  
 zhí straight / to straighten / fair and reasonable / frank / straightforward / (indicates continuing motion or action) / vertical / vertical downward stroke in Chinese characters
 Zhèng mǎ Zheng coding / original Chinese character coding based on component shapes, created by Zheng Yili 鄭 / / / |郑 / / / [Zheng4 Yi4 li3], underlying most stroke-based Chinese input methods / also called common coding 字 /   
 wǔ xiā mǐ Boshiamy (Hoklo: 無 / / / |无 / / / [bô / -siá / / -mi̍ / h] it's nothing) input method for Chinese  
 Kuí one-legged mountain demon of Chinese mythology / Chinese mythical figure who invented music and dancing / Chinese rain god / surname Kui  
 fǔ xiā mǐ shū rù fǎ Boshiamy (Hoklo: 無 / / / [bô / -siá / / -mi̍ / h] it's nothing) input method for Chinese  
 yī bǐ bù gǒu lit. not even one stroke is negligent (idiom) / fig. to write characters (calligraphy) in which every stroke is placed perfectly  
 zào zì to create Chinese characters / cf Six Methods of forming Chinese characters 六 / / |六 / / [liu4 shu1]  
 chá zì fǎ look-up method for Chinese characters  
 hàn zì chá zì fǎ look-up method for Chinese characters  
 tóu fa hú zi yī bǎ zhuā lit. hair and beard all in one stroke / fig. to handle different things by the same method / one method to solve all problems / one size fits all  
 bǐ huà strokes of a Chinese character
 diǎn huà strokes of a Chinese character  
 dùn cuò a transition (stop and change) in spoken sound, music or in brush strokes / a cadence / punctuated by a transition / with syncopated cadence (brush stroke in painting)  
 shū rù fǎ input method  
 chéng yǔ Chinese set expression, often made up of 4 characters or two couplets of 4 characters each, often alluding to a story or historical quotation / idiom / proverb / saying / adage / set expression / CL:條 / |条 / [tiao2],本 / [ben3],句 / [ju4]  
 lián xiǎng to associate (cognitively) / to make an associative connection / mental association / word prediction and auto-complete functions of input method editing programs  
 nán zì Vietnam characters (like Chinese characters but native to Vietnam)  
 miáo hóng to trace over red characters (as a method of learning to write)  
 èr shì the Second (of numbered kings) / second generation (e.g. Chinese Americans)  
 gōng chě pǔ traditional Chinese musical notation using Chinese characters to represent musical notes  
 xiàng xíng pictogram / one of the Six Methods 六 / / |六 / / of forming Chinese characters / Chinese character derived from a picture / sometimes called hieroglyph  
 xū suì one's age, according to the traditional Chinese method of reckoning (i.e. the number of Chinese calendar years in which one has lived). In this system, a person's age is one year at birth, and increases by one year at the beginning of the first solar term  
 bǐ shùn stroke order (when writing Chinese character)  
 huà to delimit / to transfer / to assign / to plan / to draw (a line) / stroke of a Chinese character
 huì yì combined ideogram (one of the Six Methods 六 / / |六 / / [liu4 shu1] of forming Chinese characters) / Chinese character that combines the meanings of existing elements / also known as joint ideogram or associative compounds / to understa
 zhǐ shì ideogram (one of the Six Methods 六 / / |六 / / of forming Chinese characters) / Chinese character indicating an idea, such as up and down / also known as self-explanatory character  
 xiàng xíng zì pictogram (one of the Six Methods 六 / / |六 / / of forming Chinese characters) / Chinese character derived from a picture / sometimes called hieroglyph  
 bǐ chù brush stroke in Chinese painting and calligraphy / brushwork / style of drawing or writing
 bǐ huà shù stroke count (number of brushstrokes of a Chinese character)  
 huì yì zì combined ideogram (one of the Six Methods 六 / / |六 / / of forming Chinese characters) / Chinese character that combines the meanings of existing elements / also known as joint ideogram or associative compounds  
 zhǐ shì zì ideogram (one of the Six Methods 六 / / |六 / / of forming Chinese characters) / Chinese character indicating an idea, such as up and down / also known as self-explanatory character  
 Wáng Yǐng Wayne Wang (1949-), Chinese US film director  
 Wáng Xuǎn Wang Xuan (1937-2006), Chinese printing industry innovator  
 zhé "blade of grass" component in Chinese characters  
 qiǎo "breath" or "sigh" component in Chinese characters  
 kǎo "breath" or "sigh" component in Chinese characters  
 zhuó thick grass / "bush" component in Chinese characters  
 zì gēn biǎo table of components used in wubi input method 五 / / / / / |五 / / / / / [wu3 bi3 shu1 ru4 fa3]  
 kuà component in Chinese characters, mirror image of 夂 / [zhi3]  
 jī "pedestal" component in Chinese characters  
 jiǎn fán simple versus traditional (Chinese characters)  
 shí "to eat" or "food" radical in Chinese characters (Kangxi radical 184)  
 zhēn shū regular script (one of the calligraphic styles of Chinese characters)
 fán jiǎn complicated and simple / traditional and simplified form of Chinese characters  
 bǎo gài name of "roof" radical in Chinese characters (Kangxi radical 40) / see also 宀 / [mian2]  
 qiáng "piece of wood" radical in Chinese characters (Kangxi radical 90), mirror image of 片 / [pian4]  
 Wáng Shuò Wang Shuo (1958-), Chinese writer, director and actor  
 Wáng Zhèn Wang Zhen (1908-1993), Chinese political figure  
 Wáng Bì Wang Bi (226-249), Chinese neo-Daoist philosopher  
 Wáng Lì Wang Li (1900-1986), one of the pioneers of modern Chinese linguistics  
 tí to carry (hanging down from the hand) / to lift / to put forward / to mention / to raise (an issue) / upwards character stroke / lifting brush stroke (in painting) / scoop for measuring liquid
 jiāo huàn mǎ interchange code / computer coding for characters, including Chinese  
 guó zì (Chinese) characters native to Korea, Japan, Vietnam etc / Japanese kokuji / Korean gugja  
 Wáng Jūn xiá Wang Junxia (1973-), Chinese long-distance runner  
 tū bǎo gài name of "cover" radical in Chinese characters (Kangxi radical 14) / see also 冖 / [mi4]  
 jiǎn fán zhuǎn huàn conversion from simple to traditional Chinese characters  
 Wáng Dān Wang Dan (1969-), Chinese dissident, one of the leaders of the Beijing student democracy movement of 1989  
 zhōng wén shū rù fǎ Chinese input methods for computers  
 piān fēng brush stroke to the side (calligraphy) / fig. side stroke / lateral thinking  
 bǐ huà jiǎn zì biǎo look-up table for Chinese character based on radical and stroke-count  
 zhǔ "dot" radical in Chinese characters (Kangxi radical 3) / see also 點 / |点 / [dian3]  
 kǎi zì regular script (one of the calligraphic styles of Chinese characters)  
 chóng wén repetitious passage / multiple variants of Chinese characters  
 hǎn "cliff" radical in Chinese characters (Kangxi radical 27), occurring in 原 / , 历 / , 压 / etc
 xì "cover" or "conceal" radical in Chinese characters (Kangxi radical 23) / see also 匚 / [fang1]  
 chāi zì fortune telling by unpicking Chinese characters
 fāng kuài zì Chinese characters
 cháng "long" or "to grow" radical in Chinese characters (Kangxi radical 168)  
 jiǎn zì fǎ indexing system for Chinese characters in a dictionary  
 dōng zì tóu name of "walk slowly" component in Chinese characters / see also 夂 / [zhi3]  
 tóu "lid" radical in Chinese characters (Kangxi radical 8)  
 jié "seal" radical in Chinese characters (Kangxi radical 26)  
 bā "eight" component in Chinese characters / archaic variant of 八 / [ba1]  
 rén "person" radical in Chinese characters (Kangxi radical 9)  
 fǎn qiè traditional system expressing the phonetic value of a Chinese character using two other characters, the first for the initial consonant, the second for the rhyme and tone  
 liǎng diǎn shuǐ name of "ice" radical in Chinese characters (Kangxi radical 15) / see also 冫 / [bing1]  
 píng bǎo gài name of "cover" radical in Chinese characters (Kangxi radical 14) / see also 冖 / [mi4]  
 Dà mài dì place name in Ningxia with rock carving conjectured to be a stage in the development of Chinese characters  
 gǔn radical in Chinese characters (Kangxi radical 2)  
 mián "roof" radical in Chinese characters (Kangxi radical 40), occurring in 家 / , 定 / , 安 / etc / see also 寶 / / |宝 / / [bao3 gai4]  

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