Chinese character 钦 qin – admire.

  • 1. Admire
  • 2. Respect
HSK -6
STROKES – 9
RADICAL – 钅

Elements  —-  Open mouth 欠 + metal 钅.

Phonetic series .

A person with the mouth opened 欠 before a metallic 钅 (jīn phonetic) or golden object.

钦佩  qīnpèi – admire; esteem.

钦慕  qīnmù – admire; esteem.

Liu Wenhui and other authors think that is the mouth open when hearing the sound of a bell.

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