The Radical: 垂


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Meaning
hanging down    垂

Explanation

Used in these Kanji:
JLPT HSK 1
to sleep
shuì
Left: eye , right: suspend/drop/drip (A vehicle with a loose tire that almost drops off.)
My eyes are almost dropping off, I am sleepy.
JLPT HSK 6
to hang (down), droop, dangle, nearly, almost
chuí

A vehicle with a loose tire that hangs down/droops.
JLPT HSK 6
hammer, to hammer into shape, weight
chuí
Left: metal 钅, right: suspend, hang down (A vehicle with a loose tire that almost drops off)
Made of metal and hanging (i.e. in a bell) is its clapper or: a hammer.
JLPT HSK 6
saliva, to spit
tuò
Left: mouth , right: suspend/drop (A vehicle with a loose tire that almost drops off)
From the mouth drops the saliva.
JLPT no HSK
beat with the fist, to hammer, to cudgel
chuí
Left: hand , right: hang (down), droop (a vehicle with a loose tire that almost drops off)
The hand hangs (or moves) downwards, when: beating with the fist.

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