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This is the second character in the compound for "friend" ͧã. You can remember it by thinking of the radical in the left corner as a fence. Then, think of the right section of the character as a tree house: at the bottom are the rungs leading up the the treehouse, the box in the middle is the house, and then the top cross is the rest of the tree. Friends play in treehouses together. Friendship also crosses barriers such as fences (the left corner radical).

(Contributed by: Stephanie Yarger of Wesleyan University '08 on 2/11/07)

Last modified:2011/06/02 18:50:07