Chinese Character Decompositions
An easy to read list of decompositions of Chinese characters.
Character decompositions are built from: CJK Decomposition Data
Definitions and Mandarin Pronunciations: Unihan Database
An example entry look like:
載: 土 (tǔ) soil, earth; items made of earth / 戈 (gē) halberd, spear, lance; rad. 62 / 車 (chē) cart, vehicle; carry in cart
Thus, the file format is
Char: Component1 / Component2 / ...
whereas each component is given as
Char (MandarinPronunciation) Definition
The provided ipython notebook can be used to further customize the output. All input files for generating this list are included in the repository.
A list of "default" classifiers for each noun that requires one. The goal is to treat each classifier like an article, very common in European languages, and associate each noun with a classifier.
An example entry is
裤子 条 tiáo clause, condition; string, stripe
The third columns is the Pinyin reading of the classifier and the last columns gives a short definition.
There are two lists:
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