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n. cube (small); man, population (used in ancient Chinese); person engaged in manual work; fourth, the 4th of the 10 heavenly Stems
80%     120%
Other meanings
[dīng]   char. Ding (a surname)
[zhēng]   onomat. (lit.) clang (sound of chopping wood, plucking the strings of a musical instrument, etc.)
'丁' is part of the following simplified words:
 㐉 㐓 亭 仃 何 停 厅 叮 可 呵 咛 哥 哿 坷 奇 婷 宁 打 拧 柠 柯 汀 河 泞 渟 灯 狞 珂 町 疔 疴 盯 砢 笴 耵 聍 舸 苛 苧 葶 蚵 订 诃 轲 酊 钉 阿 顶
'丁' is part of the following traditional words:
 㐉 㐓 亭 仃 佇 何 停 叮 可 呵 哥 哿 嚀 坷 奇 婷 寧 打 擰 柯 檸 汀 河 渟 濘 獰 珂 町 疔 盯 砢 笴 耵 舸 苛 苧 葶 蚵 訂 訶 貯 軻 酊 釘 阿 頂
Simplified stroke orders are based on the 'Standard of National Commonly-used Mandarin Chinese Characters (现代汉语通用字笔顺规范)', issued by the China National Language and Character Working Committee (国家语言文字工作委员会) on April 7th 1997. Traditional stroke orders are based on information issued by the Taiwan Ministry of Education.
dīng zì lù kǒu
n. T-crossing
jī dīng
n. diced chicken
yuán dīng
n. gardener
jiá yí bǐng dīng
phr. (The Heavenly stems) the first, the second, the third, the fourth of the heavenly stems
rén dīng
n. population, family number
qiē chéng dīng
phr. to dice