7th earthly branch: 11 a.m.-1 p.m., noon, 5th solar month (6th June-6th July), year of the Horse / ancient Chinese compass point: 180° (south)

= 𠂉 + : Willy Walrus (w) is having lunch (午) in the space station's living room (Ø3). He was hiding it in a secret location: With a key (𠂉), he can unlock a chamber hidden in the space station's cross (十).

午 character breakdown

ten / 10

= + : Mnemonic symbol: a holy cross. Sherlock Holmes (sh-) is investigating a very strange thing he found in the kitchen of the space station (-2): A big pyramid made of ten (十) crosses (十), which are in turn made out of flutes (一) and dinosaur bones (丨).
Character component without intrinsic meaning

𠂉 = 丿 + : Mnemonic symbol: the character looks like a key.

Characters with 午 as component

grain / harvest (old) / variant of 年[nian2]
surname Nian
year / CL:個|个[ge4]

= + + : Nefertiti (ni) is having lunch (午) in the anthill's kitchen (an2). Unfortunately they didn't have any cutlery left so she has to use a dinosaur bone (丨) and a flute (一) instead of fork and knife. It will take her a whole year (年) to finish her lunch this way.
surname Xu
to allow / to permit / to promise / to praise / somewhat / perhaps

= + : Xu Xian just loves having lunch in the space station. In fact he loves it so much that he calls mission control to get permission to praise it on an advertising column. After he got the permission, he smears his lunch all over the advertising column.

= + : Frankenstein's Monster (f) is showing off his art skills right in the middle of the outhouse (ou3). He prepared some pottery (缶) to look at, but that's not all: when the bell tolls at noon, he takes a fork (山) and eats his pottery for lunch (午) as the central element of his art performance.
pestle / to poke
disobedient / unfilial
equal / well-matched / to violate
surname Wu
obstinate, disobedient, intractable

Words with 午

lunch / CL:份[fen4],頓|顿[dun4],次[ci4],餐[can1]
noon / midday / CL:個|个[ge4]
morning / CL:個|个[ge4]
siesta / afternoon nap
11 am-1 pm (in the system of two-hour subdivisions used in former times)
towards noon; just before midday
afternoon tea (light afternoon meal, typically pastries with tea or coffee)
forty-third year C7 of the 60 year cycle, e.g. 1966 or 2026
(literary) noon
towards noon / around midday
Good afternoon! / Hello (daytime greeting)

Sentences with 午

午 currently does not appear in any sentence.