Pinyin "biao1"

In MandarinBanana's mnemonic system, the Pinyin syllable "biao1" is split up into two parts: "bi" and "ao1". You can visit the Pinyin index to see how other Pinyin syllables are split up into initials and finals.

Mnemonics for Pinyin initial "bi"

Bi is for Shield maiden and Valkyrie Brunhilde.

Mnemonics for Pinyin final "ao1"

In front of the aorta.

Characters pronounced biao1

mark / sign / label / to mark with a symbol, label, lettering etc / to bear (a brand name, registration number etc) / prize / award / bid / target / quota / (old) the topmost branches of a tree / visible symptom / classifier for military units

= + : 标 is a part of 标志, the word for "logo", like the one with the famous puma.

= : Brunhilde (bi) is being chased down by three Saint Bernard dogs (犬) in front of the aorta (ao1). The dogs a running around her in circles so quickly that they generate a whirlwind (猋) of dogs.
whirlwind / violent wind

= + : Brunhilde (bi) is blowing away a whirlwind of dogs (猋) in front of the aorta (ao1) by creating her own whirlwind (飙) through dancing like a dervish and thus creating a lot of wind (风).
hair / shaggy

= + : Mnemonic symbol: dreadlocks.

Brunhilde (bi) notices in front of the aorta (ao1) that her shaggy (髟) hair (髟) is perfect for making dreadlocks (髟). She likes the idea, but she wants to have really long dreadlocks right away, so she uses fake Santa Clause beards (彡) to grow (镸) her dreadlocks even longer (镸).
tiger stripes / tiger cub / (old) classifier for troops
throwing weapon / dart / goods sent under the protection of an armed escort
(literary) handle of a spoon or ladle / (literary) collective name for the three stars that form the handle of the Big Dipper
to weed
bit (of a bridle) / variant of 鏢|镖[biao1]
kind of raspberry
variant of 飆|飙[biao1]
walking to and fro
(literary) to wave away / to discard
flowing of water