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xīn(xin1) // pronunciation of 辛 in Mandarin Pinyin

Basic information about 辛

Unihan definition: bitter; toilsome, laborious; 8th heavenly stem

Number of strokes: 7
Examples of other characters consisting of 7 strokes: , , , , , , , , ,

Radical:  160.0

HSK level: 4
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Frequency rank: 1463

General standard index number: 0841

English translation (based on CEDICT):

辛[Xīn]:
- surname Xin
辛[xīn]:
- (of taste) hot or pungent
- hard
- laborious
- suffering
- eighth in order
- eighth of the ten Heavenly Stems [shi2 tian1 gan1]
- letter "H" or roman "VIII" in list "A, B, C", or "I, II, III" etc
- octa

Details

Unicode code point: U+8F9B

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