December 22, 2019 0

[CC EN] 臀 (hip) | 汉字趣谈 (Story of Chinese Characters) 114

[CC EN] 臀 (hip) | 汉字趣谈 (Story of Chinese Characters) 114


Hello everyone Today, A Little will share with you a Chinese character “tun” That is what we usually call hip How did the ancient ancestors write this word so complicated Actually it’s very simple on Oracle bone script. The character become more complex Now I will demonstrate and share with you. The character on Oracle bone script It is a ideogram This is how it is written on Oracle bone script. This is a person This place has a protruding part What does this mean? Added a semicircle to the herringbone Indicates the part of the body between the waist and the leg This is the hip The second form of the character on Oracle bone is written like this Also is a person It is a person a sign of the place What does it mean This sign means that this place is the hip The part of the body between the legs and the waist This sign refers to the place Bronze script is a combined ideogram Oracle bone script is ideogram Bronze script is combined ideogram It was created in a new way. This is how it is written on Bronze script. Here is a person What does it mean? This person sits on top of this chair The part sitting on the stool is called hip. The combined ideogram is expressed in this way. The second form is written like this This is also a person This is a stool, a chair or a small bench. The part where the person sits is hip. The third form of the character on Bronze script is variant of the hip This is the variant of the character of hip. The character on small Seal script is concise and pictogram. This is how it is written on small Seal script. This is a person, this is a stool, this is a personal hip. A person sitting on a stool The place sitting on the stool is hip. Sitting on the stool is the hip This is how it is written on small Seal script. Very simple On Clerical script, It is changed based on the form It writes like this There is a lot of meaning inside. This is a hip This bottom represents the sitting stool Underneath This word is very complicated What does this one mean? Small Seal script is very simple. The part of the person sitting on the stool is hip. This is the place Why it has two parts? What is this? This is such a symbol. It is coming from this What does this mean? A stick in hand This is the meaning of holding a stick in hand. What is this? That is bone It means that the hips are full of muscles and the bones are big. It’s just a place where was often hit with a stick. Spanking with a stick That is a word It means the meat on the hip and the bones are big here. Hip is able to withstand beat That’s the word. Clerical script came from the word Remove this It was changed to a meat underneath This is how it is written on Clerical script. It is written like this The Regular script is the evolution from Clerical script. The Regular script is written like this. The script is written like this The original meaning of the character is hip. In addition, it also refers to the bottom of some artifacts. There is such a sentence in “Zhou Li. Kao Gong Ji” “Qí tún yīcùn qíshí yī dòu” It refers to the bottom of the utensil In addition, it also refer to the part between the animal’s waist and hind legs That’s all for the character “tun” Thank you for watching Bye

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