移民

移民 yímín

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移民 yímín Meaning

Learn the Pinyin Pronunciation and 4 English Translations of the word 移民 yímín .

Pīnyīn Pronunciation
yímín | yi2 min2
English translation
to immigrate
to migrate
emigrant
immigrant

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Traditional form

移民 yímín

Part of speech

Noun / 名词 míng cí Míngcí
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Etymology of 移民 yímín

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Explanation

Phonosemantic compound. represents the meaning and duō represents the sound. Alludes to grain moving while it is blown by the wind.

Positional decomposition

禾多

Number of Strokes

11
Mín

Type

ideographic

Explanation

Pictograph of a line going into the eye. Relation to current meaning unclear.

Positional decomposition

巳戈

Number of Strokes

5

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移民 yímín Decomposition

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移民 yímín Compounds

See all 29 Chinese words that contain the characters that make up the word 移民 yímín in their composition.

    • Mín
      • mǐn
        • mǐn , mǐn , hūn
      • hūn
        • mǐn , mín , mín , , , ,
      • mián , máng , mín , mǐn , mǐn , mín , wěn , mǐn , guó , mín , mín , mín , , , , , , ,
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    Time went by until, one day, the now old young boy accidentally glimpses his own reflection in a pond. The Dragon smiled back.

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