variant of 匝[za1]

= + : Zorro found a dinosaur bone in front of the ashram. He thinks that this is what whole living dinosaurs actually looked like, so he puts it on a towel and uses a flute as a cushion so that one end is slightly lifted. Then he tries to revive the dinosaur bone with a defibrillator.

= + : Mnemonic symbol from circuit -> defibrillator, because it is used to short circuit the heart.

= + : Zorro (z) built a racing circuit (匝) in front of the ashram (a1) by connecting two freeway ramps (匝). After the racing training he keeps his racehorse in a metal box (匚) and wipes the sweat from his face and from his horse with a towel (巾).

帀 character breakdown

one / single / a (article) / as soon as / entire; whole; all; throughout / "one" radical in Chinese characters (Kangxi radical 1) / also pr. [yao1] for greater clarity when spelling out numbers digit by digit

Maud Younger (y) forgot her keys to the space station (Ø1), all she brought outside was her flute (一). She has no choice but to crash the door with the giant flute.
towel / general purpose cloth / women's headcovering (old) / Kangxi radical 50

= + : Joan of Arc has smuggled a dinosaur bone out of the encampment. To hide it, she covered it in maps and towels.

Characters with 帀 as component

teacher / master / expert / model / army division / (old) troops / to dispatch troops

= + : Sherlock Holmes' teacher shows Sherlock one final trick in front of the space station before his training is complete. The teacher shows Sherlock how to electrify a kitchen knife using a defibrillator.
surname Shi
old variant of 徽[hui1]
variant of 衛|卫[wei4] / to guard / to defend
nuthatch (bird of genus Sitta)

Words with 帀

帀 is not used as a component in another word.

Sentences with 帀

帀 currently does not appear in any sentence.