Chinese Unicode Characters

Updated 2023-11-22 15:29:08

Chinese Unicode Characters

Unicode Latin+ | Unicode Chinois | GBK | Ideograms | ASCII | ASCII Table | ASCII => UTF-8 | UTF-8 => ASCII
id
meaning
Unicode Hex.
Unicode Dec.
HTML
Glyph
pinyin
(same as U+4E18 丘) hillock or mound
U+3400
13312
㐀
qiū
to lick; to taste, a mat, bamboo bark
U+3401
13313
㐁
tiǎn tiàn
(J) non-standard form of U+559C 喜, to like, love, enjoy; a joyful thing
U+3402
13314
㐂
 
 
U+3404
13316
㐄
kuà
(an ancient form of U+4E94 五) five
U+3405
13317
㐅
(corrupted form) to follow, to trust to; to put confidence in; to depend on, to turn around; to turn the body, (interchangeable 隱)
U+3406
13318
㐆
yǐn
a tribe of savages in South China
U+340C
13324
㐌
sì yí
㐖毒, an old name for India
U+3416
13334
㐖
(same as 仇) an enemy, enmity, hatred, to hate, a rival, a match
U+341C
13340
㐜
chóu
(same as 懦) weak; timid; imbecile
U+3421
13345
㐡
nuò
to implore; to beseech, to seek after, to beg; to pray
U+3424
13348
㐤
qiú
(J) non-standard form of 第 U+7B2C, sequence, number; grade, degree
U+3427
13351
㐧
 
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