surname Li
to stand / to set up / to establish / to lay down / to draw up / at once / immediately

= + : Li Qing Zhao hides some weed in a vase in the space station's bathroom. To get the weed there, she transports it under her beret.

立 character breakdown

"lid" radical in Chinese characters (Kangxi radical 8)

= + : Mnemonic symbol: 亠 looks like a beret. Tecumseh (t) is killing time in the Outhouse's kitchen (ou2) by playing a game. His goal is to blow a petal leaf (丶) into a beret (亠) by blowing air through a flute (一).
Character component without intrinsic meaning

= + : Mnemonic symbol: weed. A crocodile (丷) is smoking weed (䒑) in a flute (一).

Characters with 立 as component

parents-in-law of one's offspring
parent / one's own (flesh and blood) / relative / related / marriage / bride / close / intimate / in person / first-hand / in favor of / pro- / to kiss / (Internet slang) dear

= + : The bride. The Queen of Hearts wants to kidnap the bride in front of the encampment. As soon as the bride falls out of the sewage tube from the top, the Queen swiftly puts a big vase below the sewage tube, so that it'll be easy for the Queen to drag away the vase with the bride afterwards.
station / to stand / to halt / to stop / branch of a company or organization / website

= + : James II of England (zh) waits at the bus stop (站) inside of the anthill's bathroom (an4). He carries a very precious vase (立), which he protects with a yellow umbrella (占).
Shang Dynasty (c. 1600-1046 BC) / surname Shang

= + : In front of the anglepod, Sherlock Holmes set up a pop-up store. He sells velvetleaf plants which he put in vases.
commerce / merchant / dealer / to consult / 2nd note in pentatonic scale / quotient (as in 智商[zhi4 shang1], intelligence quotient)

= + : In front of the anglepod, Sherlock Holmes set up a pop-up store. He sells velvetleaf plants which he put in vases.
sound / noise / note (of musical scale) / tone / news / syllable / reading (phonetic value of a character)

= + : Maud Younger and the Sun opened a pop-up store in front of the encampment. They sell vases and advertise them using loudspeakers, playing loud music and dancing to it.

= + : Mnemonic symbol: a loudspeaker.
pooh / pah / bah / (today used as a phonetic component in 部[bu4], 倍[bei4], 培[pei2], 剖[pou1] etc)

= + : Pinocchio (p) ate too many mandarins (口), so he has to make a big poo-poo (咅) into a vase (立) in the outhouse (ou3). It is very stinky, so all other visitors exclaim "bah!" (咅) as they pass the vase.
to pull / to play (a bowed instrument) / to drag / to draw / to chat / (coll.) to empty one's bowels

= + : In front of the ashram, sir Lancelot tries to make some music using a fiddlestick and a vase by bowing along the opening of the vase. Maybe he would be successful if he put down that silly toy claw.

= + : Mnemonic symbol: a fiddlestick
position / location / place / seat / classifier for people (honorific) / classifier for binary bits (e.g. 十六位 16-bit or 2 bytes) / (physics) potential

= + : Rosa Luxemburg visits Willy Walrus in the Eiffel Tower's bathroom. He sits in his place--an armchair--like a king, and Rosa presents him a vase.

= + : An armchair.
concubine / I, your servant (deprecatory self-reference for women)

= + : The Queen of Hearts has come to the elevator's bathroom for her concubine. Bessie Coleman protects the concubine by hiding her in a vase and tells the queen that she has not seen her.
to give birth / to reproduce / to produce / product / resource / estate / property

= + : Mnemonic symbol: an assembly belt. Can you see the vase soon falling off the assembly belt?

In anthill, Charlie Chaplin is setting up his assembly line. At the one end there is a supply of vases. In the middle of the assembly line, a chocolate factory fills chocolate into the vases. At the other end, the little vases with the chocolate are dumped into a large vase.
surname Zhang

Words with 立

without destruction there can be no construction
to exist side by side / to exist simultaneously
impartiality / neutrality
centrist / the centrist faction
thirty years old and therefore independent (idiom, from Confucius)

Sentences with 立

le liǎo liào
kě kè
If one eats it, one can become a god.