bao3 =
b + ao3

to eat till full / satisfied | add a mnemonic for this meaning of

Whenever Beelzebub (b) is hungry, he can just pull a Chinese cruller (饣) from his magical colorful handbag (包). In the Taos Pueblo (ao3), he pulls out one cruller after the other and eats until he is full (饱). - Mnemonic by Matthias, about 3 years ago | add a painting



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bao1 =
b + ao1

surname Bao | add a mnemonic for this meaning of

bao1 =
b + ao1

to cover / to wrap / to hold / to include / to take charge of / to contract (to or for) / package / wrapper / container / bag / to hold or embrace / bundle / packet / CL:個|个[ge4],隻|只[zhi1] | add a mnemonic for this meaning of

Beelzebub wants to scare he elephant in front of the Taos Pueblo. He shows him a colorful handbag, and just as the elephant is having a closer look, a snakes pops out and scares the elephant almost to death. - Mnemonic by Matthias, almost 4 years ago | add a painting



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bao1 =
b + ao1

archaic variant of 包[bao1] | add a mnemonic for this meaning of

This one looks like an elephant. Beelzebub rides an elephant in front of the Taos Pueblo, turning the soil with a plough. Lots of bananas show up from the earth. - Mnemonic by Matthias, about 5 years ago | add a painting

Image by Matthias,
over 4 years ago
Image by Matthias,
over 4 years ago
Image by Matthias,
over 4 years ago


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丿
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丿
pie3 =
pi + e3

radical in Chinese characters (Kangxi radical 4) / see 撇[pie3] | add a mnemonic for this meaning of 丿

Pocahontas (pi-) is watching a giant banana (丿) inside the Erectheion (-e3). - Mnemonic by Matthias, about 5 years ago | add a painting

Image by Matthias,
almost 5 years ago
Image by Matthias,
almost 5 years ago


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丿
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xx5

A stroke without inherent meaning | add a mnemonic for this meaning of

A flute and a crowbar are forming a plough. - Mnemonic by Matthias, about 5 years ago | add a painting

Image by Matthias,
over 4 years ago
Image by Matthias,
over 4 years ago


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yi1 =
y + Ø1

one / 1 / single / a (article) / as soon as / entire / whole / all / throughout / "one" radical in Chinese characters (Kangxi radical 1) | add a mnemonic for this meaning of

Maud Younger (y) plays her flute (一) in front of the space station (Ø1). - Mnemonic by Matthias, over 5 years ago | add a painting

Image by Matthias,
over 5 years ago
Image by Matthias,
almost 5 years ago


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jue2 =
ju + e2

"vertical stroke with hook" radical in Chinese characters (Kangxi radical 6) / see also 豎鉤|竖钩[shu4 gou1] | add a mnemonic for this meaning of

Doesn't 亅 look like a crowbar? Zeus (ju-) shows off his mighty crowbars (亅) in the entrance of the Erechtheion (-e2). - Mnemonic by Matthias, about 5 years ago | add a painting

Image by Matthias,
over 4 years ago
Image by Matthias,
over 4 years ago


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si4 =
s + Ø4

6th earthly branch: 9-11 a.m., 4th solar month (5th May-5th June), year of the Snake | add a mnemonic for this meaning of

A snake. Socrates is terribly afraid of a snake in the space station's bathroom, and he tries to defend himself with a shovel. However the snake already ate a mandarin, and Sokrates is next. - Mnemonic by Matthias, almost 4 years ago | add a painting



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ya4 =
y + a4

component in Chinese characters / archaic variant of 毫[hao2] / archaic variant of 乙[yi3] | add a mnemonic for this meaning of

This character shall be represented by a shovel (乚). Remember it by imagining Maud Younger (y) shovelling a grave in the Adziogol Lighthouse's bathroom (a4). - Mnemonic by Matthias, about 5 years ago | add a painting

Image by Matthias,
almost 5 years ago
Image by Matthias,
almost 5 years ago


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kou3 =
k + ou3

mouth / classifier for things with mouths (people, domestic animals, cannons, wells etc) / classifier for bites or mouthfuls | add a mnemonic for this meaning of

口 shall be represented by a mandarin. Karl Marx (k-) is watching a mouth-watering mandarin in the Louvre (-ou3). - Mnemonic by Matthias, about 5 years ago | add a painting

Image by Matthias,
almost 5 years ago
Image by Matthias,
over 4 years ago


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shi2 =
sh + Ø2

"to eat" or "food" radical in Chinese characters (Kangxi radical 184) | add a mnemonic for this meaning of

Mnemonic symbol: a Chinese cruller.

Sherlock Holmes is eating a Chinese cruller in the space station's entrance. The crane flew by and gave it to him. - Mnemonic by Matthias, about 3 years ago | add a painting


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is the simplified version of .

HSK level: 3

Pronunciation: Gorodish elements and their mnemonics (what's this?)

b

Beelzebub - Mnemonic by Matthias, about 5 years ago | add a painting

Image by Matthias,
over 4 years ago
ao3

In the Taos Pueblo - Mnemonic by Matthias, almost 5 years ago | add a painting

Image by Matthias,
over 4 years ago

Words with


bao3

he2
saturation (HSK level 6)

bao3

jing1

cang1

sang1
having lived through many changes (HSK level 6)

bao3

chang2
to enjoy fully / to experience to the full over a long period

bao3

man3
full / plump

bao3

yan3

fu2
to feast one's eyes on (idiom)

bao3

lan3
to look intensively / to feast one's eyes on

bao3

jing1

feng1

shuang1
weather-beaten / having experienced the hard ship of life

bao3

can1
to eat and eat / to stuff oneself

wen1

bao3
to have enough food and warm clothes / adequately provided

bao3

han2
to be full of (emotion) / to brim with (love, tears etc)

bao3

shou4
to endure / to suffer / to be subjected to

zhong1

bao3

si1

nang2
to stuff one's pockets / to take bribes

da4

bao3

yan3

fu2
to feast one's eyes

jiu3

zu2

fan4

bao3
to have eaten and drunk to one's heart's content

jing1

shen2

bao3

man3
full of vigor (idiom) / lively / in high spirits

cha2

yu2

fan4

bao3
see 茶餘飯後|茶余饭后[cha2 yu2 fan4 hou4]

duo1

yuan2

bu4

bao3

he2

zhi1

fang2

suan1
polyunsaturated fatty acid

tian2

bao3
to feed to the full / to cram

chi1

bao3

cheng1

zhe5
having nothing better to do

chi1

bao3

le5

fan4

cheng1

de5
having nothing better to do / see 吃飽撐著|吃饱撑着

chi1

bao3
to eat one's fill

bao3

ren2

bu4

zhi1
饿
e4

ren2

ji1
The well-fed cannot know how the starving suffer (idiom).

bao3

yi3

lao3

quan2
to thump repeatedly with one's fist

chi1

dao4

bao3
all-you-can-eat (buffet) (Tw)

bao3

he2

zhi1

fang2
saturated fat

bao3

he2

zhi1

fang2

suan1
saturated fatty acid (SFA)

bao3

ge2

r5
to belch (on a full stomach)

bao3

xue2
learned / erudite / scholarly

bao3

han4

bu4

zhi1
饿
e4

han4

ji1
The well-fed cannot know how the starving suffer (idiom).

bao3

si1

nang2
to stuff one's pockets / to enrich oneself dishonestly

bao3

jing1

you1

huan4
having experienced much suffering

bao3

zhan4
to swell to bursting (after having eaten too much)

bao3

du2
to read intensively

bao3

zu2
to be full (after eating)

bu4

bao3

he2
unsaturated

zhong1

bao3
to embezzle / to misappropriate / to line one's pockets with public funds

bao3

shi2

zhong1

ri4
to spend the whole day eating (i.e. not doing any work)

bao3

shi2

zhong1

ri4

,

wu2

suo3

yong4

xin1
to eat three square meals a day and do no work (idiom) / to be sated with food and remain idle

bao3

can1

yi1

dun4
to eat one's fill / to be full

da4

bao3

kou3

fu2
to eat one's fill / to have a good meal

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