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JimmySeal

Names for the radicals

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JimmySeal

Hello again,

Does anybody have a link to a list of all the Chinese radicals and the names of the radicals? Don't mind if the names are written in hanzi instead of pinyin.

I found this page:

http://www.chinaknowledge.de/Literature/radicals.html

but I'm not sure if those are actually the accepted names for them or not. I read somewhere that the radical 亻is called 立人旁. I'd like to see a list that lists all of those.

Much obliged,

Jimmy

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JimmySeal

Oo, that's a nice list.

I noticed that that list refers to 亻as 单人旁. Which term do you guys use more often, 立人旁 or 单人旁?

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gato

单人旁, which is used to contrast with 双人旁.

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JimmySeal

Neat. Very different from the Japanese radical names.

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