老婆

老婆 lǎopó

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老婆 lǎopó Meaning

Learn the Pinyin Pronunciation and 1 English Translations of the word 老婆 lǎopó .

Pīnyīn Pronunciation
lǎopó | lao3 po2
English translation
(coll.) wife

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Traditional form

老婆 lǎopó

Part of speech

Noun / 名词 míng cí Míngcí
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Etymology of 老婆 lǎopó

Familiarize yourself with the origin and historical aspects of the Chinese word 老婆 lǎopó .

lǎo

Type

pictographic

Explanation

Pictograph of an old person with long hair bent over and leaning on a cane.

Positional decomposition

耂匕

Number of Strokes

6

Type

pictophonetic

Explanation

Phonosemantic compound. represents the meaning and represents the sound.

Phonetic compound

Semantic compound

Positional decomposition

波女

Number of Strokes

11

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老婆 lǎopó Decomposition

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老婆 lǎopó Compounds

See all 28 Chinese words that contain the characters that make up the word 老婆 lǎopó in their composition.

  • lǎo
      • shì , , , shī , zhī , zhī , , ,
    • lǎo , lǎo , lǎo , lǎo , lǎo , lǎo , mào , gǒu , dié , , , , , lāo , , , ,
A Boy and his Dragon

Once upon a time, a Little Boy was living in a village near the woods. One day, a Dragon came out of the cave secluded in the middle of the forest and began to relentlessly follow the Little Boy, always breathing on the back of his neck, burning the young boy at his slightest misstep.

The child received refuge in an old Temple where there were no mirrors allowed, and it was forbidden to speak of life before entering the sanctum. Ancient books, hidden rooms with unimaginable treasures and beauty beyond comprehension, became part of the boy’s new life.

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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