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Word and Radical Components of 栅栏

The Chinese word 栅栏 is analysed below into its constituent words and the words into radicals. By seeing the breakdown of the word in this way you can more easily learn and recognise the word.


Component Pinyin Meanings
栅栏 zhàlán 1. n. fence

栅栏 ⇨ 栅 + 栏
Component Pinyin Meanings
shān, zhà 1. fence
2. palisade
3. grid
lán 1. railing, balustrade
2. animal pen

栅 ⇨ 木 + 册
Component Pinyin Meanings
     (zh-syn, )
     樹木 - tree
1. wood; timber
     木頭tou - log
2. wooden
3. simple; plain; slow; emotionless
4. (Mandarin, neologism, slang) (eye dialect of 沒)
     有木有 - d'ya have…
5. numb
     麻木 - numb, insensitive
1. (literary or Min Nan) book
2. volume
3. imperial edict
4. to grant in an imperial edict

栏 ⇨ 木 + 兰
Component Pinyin Meanings
     (zh-syn, )
     樹木 - tree
1. wood; timber
     木頭tou - log
2. wooden
3. simple; plain; slow; emotionless
4. (Mandarin, neologism, slang) (eye dialect of 沒)
     有木有 - d'ya have…
5. numb
     麻木 - numb, insensitive
lán 1. orchid
2. elegant; graceful
3. Short for 蘭州 (Lanzhou)

册 ⇨ 冂 + 冂 + 一
Component Pinyin Meanings
jiōng 1. down box
2. outside the city, suburbs, wild
jiōng 1. down box
2. outside the city, suburbs, wild
1. Shuōwén Jiězì radical №1
2. one
3. each; every
4. single; alone
5. whole; entire; all: throughout
6. same; identical
7. (With the verb modified reduplicated, expressing the transience of the verb.)
8.    (Indicating that the action has occurred only once.)
9.    (Indicating the intention to try.)
10. once; as soon as; upon

兰 ⇨ 丷 + 三 + 䒑 + 二
Component Pinyin Meanings
1. This is a kwukyel note. Kwukyel was a system formerly used in Korea whereby correct interpretation of texts written in Classical Chinese was aided by small interspersed notes such as this one. The not
sān 1. Shuōwén Jiězì radical №4
2. three
sān, sàn      三思 - to think carefully
cǎo 1. (non-classical form of 艸) grass; straw; herbs; weeds
èr 1. two
2. second
3. Short for twenty, two hundred or two thousand after hundreds, thousands and ten thousands.
4. Short for twenty cents.
5. (Northeast Mandarin, neologism) stupid, dumb; silly, thick, lacking mental agility (often in a cute way)
6. usage. See 兩Usage notes.