冖 Royal Family

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qiān
lead along

=

大 + 冖 + 牛
large dog + crown + cow
Character Notes

There is a large dog that is the seeing eye dog for the royal cow, who is now blind, leading him along.

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yuān
injustice

=

冖 + 兔
crown + rabbit
Character Notes

It is injustice that the royal rabbit accidentally gets eaten for supper.

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crane

=

冖 + 隹 + 鸟
crown + special bird + bird
Character Notes

The crane is the crowned royal special bird of all birds.

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bǎng
roster

=

木 + 旁páng
wood + side/Columbus
Character Notes

Deep thoughts by Prince Columbus: “The wooden tablet by my side is the ship’s roster."

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bàng
pound [n.]

=

石 + 旁páng
stone + side/Columbus
Character Notes

Deep thoughts by Prince Columbus: “The stone by my side weighs a pound.”

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bàng
close to

=

亻 + 旁páng
persona + side/Columbus
Character Notes

Deep thoughts by Prince Columbus: “The person by your side is close to you.”

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háo
milli-

=

(亠口冖) + 毛máo
tiara + fur
Character Notes

Princess Bling makes a math class breakthrough when her teacher says "a million" is like the number of hairs in her fur stole.

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háo
unrestrained

=

(亠口冖) + 豕
tiara + sow
Character Notes

Princess Bling has been called Little Miss Piggy for her unrestrained vanity.

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yūn
dizzy

=

日 + 军jūn
sun + chariot
Character Notes

Driving in his chariot, the prince is dazzled by the sun and gets dizzy, veering off the path.

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hún
engulf

=

氵 + 军jūn
water + chariot
Character Notes

While chariot-driving on the beach, the prince is engulfed by a big wave.

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dān
indulge

=

耳 + 冘yín
ear + crown prince
Character Notes

Anyone listening to the crown prince must indulge him.

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zhěn
pillow

=

木 + 冘yín
tree/wood + crown prince
Character Notes

The crown prince is convinced that a wooden pillow is good for his posture.

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fruit stem

=

艹 + 帝dì
flowers + sovereign
Character Notes

If you picture this royal family on a family tree, the sovereign is the stem, and the children are the flowering branches.

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hoof

=

足 + 帝dì
lower leg + sovereign
Character Notes

The sovereign is always on a horse, so its hooves are really just an extension of his lower legs.

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weep aloud

=

口 + 帝dì
mouth + sovereign
Character Notes

The sovereign is weeping aloud for the loss of his wife.

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knotted up

=

纟 + 帝dì
threads + sovereign
Character Notes

A new tailor is hired by the sovereign, but he gets knotted up in threads during the fitting, and the tailor is fired.

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yín
*crown prince

=

冖 + 儿
crown + human legs
Character Notes

the next human in line for the crown

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shěn
Shen

=

氵 + 冘yín
water + crown prince
Character Notes

Shen is the crown prince’s valet, responsible for washing him, dressing him, etc.

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kettle

=

士 + 冖 + 业
soldier + crown + profession
Character Notes

This soldier put his mess hall experience to use as a professional kettle keeper for the crown.

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nóng
concentrated

=

氵 + 农nóng
water + agriculture
Character Notes

The agriculture princess‘s new product: concentrated agriculture in a bottle—just add water!

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zhì
stagnant

=

氵 + 带
water + sash
Character Notes

Princess Beauty loses a pageant, throws her sash into the moat, where you can still see it floating because of the stagnant water.

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huī
radiance

=

光 + 军
ray + chariot
Character Notes

The army prince feels the best next to a chariot, rays radiantly bouncing off the shiny chrome and his crown.

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chén
profound

=

氵 + 冗
water + superfluous
Character Notes

At the prince's funeral by the lake, there is profound stillness on the water, no superfluous sound.

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huī
brandish

=

扌 + 军
hand + chariot
Character Notes

The army prince practices the military arts: brandishing a sword with his hand and driving a chariot. OR 扌 + 冖 + 车 hand + crown + vehicle beauty queen riding in a parade waves her hand

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xiè
diarrhea

=

氵 + 写xiě
water + write
Character Notes

The mischievous prince gets pay back for snitching fried pork rinds from the kitchen: watery diarrhea.

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bǎng
upper arm

=

月 + 旁páng
body part + side/Columbus
Character Notes

Deep thoughts by Prince Columbus: “The body part by your side is your upper arm.”

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xiě
write

=

冖 + 与
crown + offer/slingshot
Character Notes

written offer of marriage from the crown OR a prince always into mischief, trying to distract his father from his writing, with a slingshot

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rǒng
superfluous

=

冖 + 几
crown + wind
Character Notes

This prince is a royal airhead. He is really quite superfluous.

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shell [n.]

=

士 + 冗
soldier + superfluous
Character Notes

To this soldier in training, an extra shell of armor seems superfluous. OR Prince Superfluous is sent off as a soldier and dies in a shelling.

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liàng
shiny

=

(亠口冖) + 几
tiara + wind
Character Notes

Princess Bling uses pressurized cans of air to clean her tiaras to make them shiny.

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nóng
agriculture

=

冖 + 𧘇
crown + scarf
Character Notes

This princess has taken on the improvement of the realm’s agriculture. Like a 4-H queen, she can be seen wearing a crown and scarf.

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sovereign

=

立lì + 冖 + 巾
stand up + crown + towel
Character Notes

You’ve heard of the story: “The Sovereign’s New Clothes”? The sovereign stands up in front of his subjects wearing only a crown and towel.

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旁páng side 带dài sash

dài
sash

=

卅 + 冖 + 巾
30 + crown + towel
Character Notes

This princess is a beauty. Here she is the winner of a beauty pageant with a studded (30-jewel) crown and sash, her dress no bigger than a towel.

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帝dì sovereign

páng
side [n.], *Columbus

=

立 + 冖 + 方fāng
stand up + crown + compass
Character Notes

This prince is an adventurer. Like Columbus, he stands up to the crown with a compass by his side and declares “the earth is round”.

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帝dì sovereign

jūn
army, *chariot

=

冖 + 车
crown + vehicle
Character Notes

This prince is put in charge of the army. His symbol is the crowned chariot.

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(亠口冖)

*tiara

=

亠 + 口 + 冖
top hat + mouth + crown
Character Notes

This princess likes bling, especially her tiara. A tiara is a modified 高; a crown where the front part is taller, alternatively: *亮-几

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tíng
pavilion

=

(亠口冖) + 丁dīng
tiara + nail
Character Notes

Princess Bling’s favorite pavilion looks like a tiara on a big nail.

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*crown

=

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“秃宝盖”

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冠guān crown, 宀 mián house

guān
crown

=

冖 + 元 + 寸
crown + beginning + thumb
Character Notes

This is the full form of the character for “crown.” It shows the crown’s line of descent from the beginning, each adding his/her thumbprint.

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冖 *crown
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