Saturday, May 10, 2014

儞 ㄋ一ˇ ni 8-O

In Discussions on horses (馬上談), a segment of Dongpo Chan Xi Ji 東坡禪喜集, I came across this Chinese character that I have never seen in my life 儞:  
This is a character I couldn't even find when attempting to type it out independent of the input methods. Since I couldn't type it out, it's impossible to google it and verify its existence using the digital method.

Regardless, based on the information about the radical and the number of strokes, I found that 儞 is the archaic form of 你--sort of thou to you (singular format).

See the following more information on 儞:


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