ren3 =
r + (e)n3

to bear / to endure / to tolerate / to restrain oneself | add a mnemonic for this meaning of

Robinson Crusoe (r) cannot endure (忍) life anymore. In the Forbidden City ((e)n3) he puts his heart (心) on the floor and is ready to end his life with one streak of his bihänder (刃). - Mnemonic by Matthias, about 1 year ago | add a painting



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ren4 =
r + (e)n4

edge of blade | add a mnemonic for this meaning of

Mnemonic symbol: a (double-edged) two-handed sword.

Robinson Crusoe (r) got a new double-edged sword (刃) and is practising with it in the Forbidden City's bathroom ((e)n4). He starts with cutting his old cleaver (刀), but soon takes the challenge to cut a flying petal leaf (丶) in half. - Mnemonic by Matthias, about 1 year ago | add a painting



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zhu3 =
zhu + Ø3

"dot" radical in Chinese characters (Kangxi radical 3) / see also 點|点[dian3] | add a mnemonic for this meaning of

This character shall be represented by a petal leaf when appearing in other characters. - Mnemonic by Matthias, almost 3 years ago | add a painting

Image by Matthias,
almost 3 years ago

George Giant Squid is trying out two petal leafs as eyebrows in the space station. - Mnemonic by Matthias, almost 3 years ago | add a painting

Image by Matthias,
almost 3 years ago


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dao1 =
d + ao1

surname Dao | add a mnemonic for this meaning of

dao1 =
d + ao1

knife / blade / single-edged sword / cutlass / CL:把[ba3] / classifier for sets of one hundred sheets (of paper) / (slang) dollar (loanword) | add a mnemonic for this meaning of

In other characters: More like a cleaver, while 刂 is a kitchen knife. - Mnemonic by Matthias, about 3 years ago | add a painting


Don Quixote serves his good deed of the day in front of the Taos Pueblo. In order to feed the people, he uses a plough to dig up some bananas, and cuts them into slices with a broad cleaver type knife. - Mnemonic by Matthias, about 3 years ago | add a painting

Image by Matthias,
over 2 years ago
Image by Matthias,
over 2 years ago


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丿
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, over 3 years ago | add a painting

Image by Matthias,
almost 3 years ago
Image by Matthias,
almost 3 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 3 years ago | add a painting

Image by Matthias,
over 3 years ago
Image by Matthias,
about 3 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, over 3 years ago | add a painting

Image by Matthias,
almost 3 years ago
Image by Matthias,
almost 3 years ago


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丿
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, over 3 years ago | add a painting

Image by Matthias,
about 3 years ago
Image by Matthias,
about 3 years ago


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xin1 =
xi + (e)n1

heart / mind / intention / center / core / CL:顆|颗[ke1],個|个[ge4] | add a mnemonic for this meaning of

Marie Curie (xi) uses a shovel (乚) to dig a hole in front of the Forbidden City ((e)n1). She wants to bury her heart (心). To the side are three petal leaves (丶)e, with which she wants to cover it afterwards. - Mnemonic by Matthias, over 3 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, over 3 years ago | add a painting

Image by Matthias,
about 3 years ago
Image by Matthias,
about 3 years ago


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zhu3 =
zhu + Ø3

"dot" radical in Chinese characters (Kangxi radical 3) / see also 點|点[dian3] | add a mnemonic for this meaning of

This character shall be represented by a petal leaf when appearing in other characters. - Mnemonic by Matthias, almost 3 years ago | add a painting

Image by Matthias,
almost 3 years ago

George Giant Squid is trying out two petal leafs as eyebrows in the space station. - Mnemonic by Matthias, almost 3 years ago | add a painting

Image by Matthias,
almost 3 years ago

Stroke order

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appears as component in

has no simplified variant.

HSK level: 5

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

r

"r" is for Robinson Crusoe. - Mnemonic by Matthias, over 3 years ago | add a painting

Image by Matthias,
almost 3 years ago
(e)n3

In the Forbidden City - Mnemonic by Matthias, about 3 years ago | add a painting

Image by Matthias,
about 3 years ago

Words with


ren3

bu5

zhu4
cannot help / unable to bear (HSK level 5)

can2

ren3
cruel / mean / merciless / ruthless (HSK level 6)

rong2

ren3
to put up with / to tolerate (HSK level 6)

ren3

nai4
to show restraint / to repress (anger etc) / to exercise patience (HSK level 6)

ren3

shou4
to bear / to endure (HSK level 6)

ren3

ru3

fu4

zhong4
to endure humiliation as part of an important mission (idiom); to suffer in silence

nan2

yi3

ren3

shou4
hard to endure / unbearable

ren3

wu2

ke3

ren3
more than one can bear (idiom); at the end of one's patience / the last straw

ren3

dong1
honeysuckle / Lonicera japonica

can3

bu4

ren3

du3
spectacle too horrible to endure (idiom); tragic sight / appalling scenes of devastation

ren3

jun4

bu4

jin1
cannot help laughing / unable to restrain a smile

bu4

ren3
cannot bear to / disturbed

ren3

qi4

tun1

sheng1
to submit to humiliation (idiom); to suffer in silence / to swallow one's anger / to grin and bear it

jian1

ren3

bu4

ba2
fortitude

ren3

nai4

li4
patience / fortitude

ren3

tong4
to suffer / fig. reluctantly

jian1

ren3
persevering

ren3

xin1
to have the heart to do sth / to steel oneself to a task

yin3

ren3
to bear patiently / to endure silently / to forbear

ren3

rang4
to exercise forbearance / patient and accommodating

ren3

tong4

ge1

ai4
to resign oneself to part with what one treasures

yu2

xin1

bu4

ren3
can't bear to

ren3

ru3

han2

gou4
to eat humble pie / to accept humiliation / to turn the other cheek

ren3

ru3

qiu2

quan2
to endure humiliation to preserve unity

ren3

ji1

ai2
饿
e4
starving / famished

ren3

zhe3
ninja

ren3

chi3
to endure humiliation

ren3

de5

zhu4
to refrain / to be able to endure it

ren3

gou4

tou1

sheng1
to bear humiliation to save one's skin (idiom)

ren3

jun4
smiling

ai4

bu4

ren3

shi4
to love sth too much to part with it (idiom)

can3

bu4

ren3

wen2
too horrible to endure (idiom); tragic spectacle / appalling scenes of devastation

qiang2

ren3

bei1

tong4
to try hard to suppress one's grief (idiom)

shi4

ke3

ren3

,

shu2

bu4

ke3

ren3
if this can be tolerated, what cannot? (idiom) / enough is enough

wen1

liang2

ren3

rang4
submissive / accommodating

huo3

ying3

ren3

zhe3
Naruto, manga and anime series

wu2

fa3

ren3

shou4
intolerable

bu4

kan1

ren3

shou4
unbearable

qiang2

ren3
to resist (with great difficulty)

mu4

bu4

ren3

jian4
lit. the eye cannot bear to see it (idiom); a scene too pitiful to behold

Example sentences for

 
devil - monkey - so - furious - how - can - tolerate
The devil monkey is such a savage, how can he be tolerated?

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