Just came across 奓. This struck me as weird, as it has the same meaning as, and seems to be a combination of, 奢侈.
Digging a bit deeper, it doesn't appear in the TW MOE dictionary.
Digging even a bit deeper, this dictionary says that 奓 has three meanings:
- 奓, pronounced as shē, means the same as 奢 (which is also pronounced shē)
- 奓, pronounced as chǐ, means the same as 侈(which is also pronounced chǐ)\
- 奓, pronounced as zhà , means "to open"
[Also, that dictionary lists 奓 as '古同“奢”', while it lists 奓 as '古通“侈”'. Why the 同 vs 通? Is that a type-o?]