Created 2012-01-10 19:26:00
Updated 2019-12-26 21:08:27
|yì mǐ hā dà mài||薏 yì: seed of job's tears; lotus seed|
米 mǐ: hulled or husked uncooked rice
hā: the sound made by breathing in; oh! (cf. U+311B BOPOMOFO LETTER O, which is derived from this character)
大 dà: big, great, vast, large, high
麦 mài: wheat, barley, oats; simplified form of KangXi radical number 199
To facilitate prenonciation of Chinese ideograms original of drawing, the government of the People's Republic of China has adopted a Pinyin system in the years 1955-1957, becomed ISO 7098 in 1982, using the Latin alphabet. Please take a look at Pinyin for more explanations.
Complementary to this page, you can translate a Latin language, English, in Chinese characters by pronunciation, ie, the transliteration.