Category:Unicode 2F00-2FDF Kangxi Radicals

From Wikimedia Commons, the free media repository
Jump to navigation Jump to search
<nowiki>Apéndice:Caracteres Unicode/Radicales kangxi; 康熙部首; sinogrammes — clés chinoises de Kangxi; Lampiran:Unicode/Kangxi Radicals; ဌာနက္ဍိုပ်လိက်ခါမ်ယှဳဂမၠိုင်; Ключи Канси; 강희자전 부수; Unicodeblock Kangxi-Radikale; Phụ lục:Unicode/Kangxi Radicals; Kangxi Radicals; Unikodbloko Radikaloj laŭ Kangŝji; 康熙部首; blok Unicoda – radikali kangši; блок стандарта Юникод; यूनिकोड खण्ड (U+2F00-2FDF); bloc Unicode (U+2F00-2FDF) contenant les radicaux de base utilisés pour composer les sinogrammes et comme clés pour indexer le dictionnaire Kangxi en chinois classique; Unicode block (U+2F00-2FDF) containing base radicals used to compose the sinograms and as keys to index the classical Chinese Kangxi dictionary; ဒၞာဲအက္ခရ်ယူနဳကုဒ်က္ဍိုပ်လိက်ခါမ်ယှဳဂမၠိုင်; യൂണികോഡ് ബ്ലോക്ക് (U+2F00-2FDF); unikodni blok radikalov kangši; blok Unicode/U2F00; Unicode-Block Kangxi-Radikale; U+2F00-2FDF; U+2F00-2FDF; U+2F00-2FDF</nowiki>
Kangxi Radicals 
Unicode block (U+2F00-2FDF) containing base radicals used to compose the sinograms and as keys to index the classical Chinese Kangxi dictionary
Upload media
Instance of
  • Unicode block
Part of
Facet of
Followed by
Partially coincident with
Authority file
Edit infobox data on Wikidata
English: This block contains the 214 radicals used to describe the composition of CJK Unified ideographs and to classify them in Kangxi’s Classic Chinese dictionary (written during the Ming dynasty). The indicated stroke counts for these radicals is accurate only for ideographs used in Classic Chinese).
  • Each Kangxi radical encoded distinctly in Unicode is a multilingual symbol (not translatable like ideographs in sentences), associated with one or a few distinctive CJK unified ideographs, encoded separately and whose actual usage, composition and stroke count may depend on variants used in the various East Asian script styles.
  • The actually composed modern CJK unified ideographs (notably those used in simplified Chinese or Japanese Shinjitai, but even sometimes in traditional Chinese and in traditional Japanese kanjis) are frequently reducing one or more strokes from the traditional Kangxi radical with which they are still classified, keeping them classified like Ming ideographs. Some composed modern CJK unified ideograph variants may be better described using one or more variants for some radicals (encoded separately in the CJK Radicals Supplement block), whose actual stroke count may also be different from the stroke count of Kangxi radicals from which they derive.
  • All these ideograph variants (old or modern) may be composed and distinguished in encoded texts, using ideographic variation sequences from the Ideographic Variation Database (IVD), part of the standard Unicode Character Database (UCD), by appending a variation selector to the unified ideograph (See also Variant Chinese characters in Wikipedia). However CJK characters encoded as radicals (Kangxi or variant) or as strokes are referring to distinctive abstract shapes and do not use this mechanism (their stroke count is distinctive and cannot be changed by variation sequences like normal ideographs).
  • For normal writing, the encoded radicals (Kangxi or variants) should not be used in texts (except for the description of ideographic glyphs, or as common sorting keys in dictionary-based classifications) and should be replaced by the most accurate unified ideograph (or ideographic variation sequence for a specific variant) associated to these radicals.
Character list 
The table below should render best with characters in Traditional Chinese Serif (Kangxi Mingti, Mincho, Mingliu, Kaishu...) style (you may install the “Noto Serif TC” font or some equivalent to render them accordingly on your system).


This category has the following 200 subcategories, out of 214 total.

(previous page) (next page)


(previous page) (next page)

Media in category "Unicode 2F00-2FDF Kangxi Radicals"

This category contains only the following file.