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dǐng(ding3) , zhēn(zhen1) // pronunciations of 鼎 in Mandarin Pinyin

Basic information about 鼎

Unihan definition: large, three-legged bronze caldron

Number of strokes: 12
Examples of other characters consisting of 12 strokes: , , , , , , , , ,

Radical:  206.0

Frequency rank: 2356

General standard index number: 2617

English translation (based on CEDICT):

鼎[dǐng]:
- ancient cooking cauldron with two looped handles and three or four legs
- pot (dialect)
- to enter upon a period of (classical)
- Kangxi radical 206
- one of the 64 hexagrams of the Book of Changes

Details

Unicode code point: U+9F0E

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