The Radical: 且


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Meaning
and; moreover; yet    且

Explanation

Used in these Kanji:
JLPT HSK 1
elder sister
jiě
Left: woman , right: furthermore (A pile of stones [= a stone cairn] where moreover stones are added.)
(From a child's point of view) The woman as tall as a stone-pile is my elder sister.
JLPT HSK 1
to rent, to hire, to charter, to lease out

Left: rice plant , right: furthermore, and (A pile of stones [= a stone cairn] where moreover stones are added.)
The rice plants, moreover, are needed for the rent.
JLPT HSK 2
to help, to assist
zhù
Left: in further, moreover (A pile of stones [= a stone cairn] where moreover stones are added.), right: power
Further power helps!
JLPT HSK 2
appropriate, proper, suitable

Top: roof , below: further/moreover (A pile of stones [= a stone cairn] where moreover stones are added.)
A roof over the pile/stack is appropriate.
JLPT HSK 3
straight, fair and reasonable, frank
zhí
Top: ten , below: eye and a base line __
Ten eyes watch the base line which is straight.
JLPT HSK 3
further, moreover, and, yet more
qiě

Image of a pile of stones (stone cairn) on which a stone is added, therefore: further, moreover.
JLPT HSK 4
coarse, rough, unfinished, rude, vulgar

Left: rice , right: moreover (A pile of stones [= a stone cairn] where moreover stones are added.)
The (grains of) rice that you can pile up, are moreover: too coarse.
JLPT HSK 4
friendship

Left: word /, right: appropriate, proper (A roof [above the pile ] in addition is appropriate.)
With words that are appropriate for the friendship.
JLPT HSK 5
to obstruct, to hinder, to block, prevent

Left: hill , right: further/moreover (A pile of stones [= a stone cairn] where moreover stones are added.)
Hills, piled like stone piles are an obstruction.
JLPT HSK 5
county (administrative area), district
xiàn
Top: further/moreover (A pile of stones [= a stone cairn] where moreover stones are added.), bottom: nose
Three units with noses define the county.
JLPT HSK 5
group, team, to organize

Left: thread 纟/, right: further/moreover (A pile of stones [= a stone cairn] where moreover stones are added.)
Take threads 纟(around the) pile of stones to organize them as a group.
JLPT HSK 6
ancestor, forefather, grandparents

Left: altar (to show) , right: further/moreover (A pile of stones [= a stone cairn] where moreover stones are added.) HERE: as three coffins over each-others
At the altar are piled the coffins of our ancestors.
JLPT HSK 6
to pile up, repeat, to fold (in layers), furl
dié
From top: 叒 (3x hand ), cover , further/moreover (A pile of stones [= a stone cairn] where moreover stones are added.)
These three hands shall pile up covers or stone-piles: repeatingly and in layers.
JLPT HSK 6
destroy, dispirited, to stop

Left: water , right: further/moreover (A pile of stones [= a stone cairn] where moreover stones are added.)
If the water (= the flood) is high as the piled stones, it destroys and we are dispirited.
JLPT HSK 6
to chew, to masticate

Left: mouth , right: further/moreover (=pile of stones, but here: open mouth with teeth at top and bottom and with a central gap)
The mouth is with open teeth when: chewing.
JLPT no HSK
curse, swear (oath)

Left: word /, right: further/moreover (A pile of stones [= a stone cairn] where moreover stones are added. Here: part of anchestor = At the altar are piled the coffins of my ancestors)
The words about the three coffins are: a curse.
JLPT no HSK
a hoe, to hoe or dig, to weed, get rid of
chú
Left: metal 钅/, right: help, support, help (Further power helps.)
Metal, that helps, is the: hoe.
JLPT no HSK
to spy, to lie in ambush, macaque

Left: wild animal (dog on hind legs), right: in addition/moreover (A pile of stones [= a stone cairn] where moreover stones are added.)
The dog behind the pile of stone is in an ambush to spy.

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