← 33 Radical 34 (U+2F21) 35 →
(U+5902) "go"
Cantonese Yale:
Japanese Kana:チ chi (on'yomi)
Sino-Korean:치 chi
Chinese name(s):折文旁 zhéwénpáng
Japanese name(s):冬頭/ふゆがしら fuyugashira
夂冠/ちかんむり chikanmuri
ノ又冠/のまたかんむり nomatakanmuri
Hangul:뒤져올 dwijeool
Stroke order animation

Radical 34 or radical go (夂部) meaning "go" is one of the 31 Kangxi radicals (214 radicals total) composed of three strokes.

In the Kangxi Dictionary, there are 11 characters (out of 49,030) to be found under this radical.

Note that in Traditional Chinese, radical 34 (, go) and radical 35 (, go slowly) are slightly different, with the right-falling stroke in (radical 35, go slowly) crossing the first stroke, while that in (radical 34, go) does not. Since there is no commonly used modern Traditional Chinese character under radical 34, this radical is omitted in some Traditional Chinese dictionaries. In addition, the most common graphic form of radical 66 (, rap; hit) when it appears on the right side of a compound character (攵) is also very similar graphically.

In Simplified Chinese and xin zixing, and were officially unified as (go), which then became the 44th indexing component in the Table of Indexing Chinese Character Components predominantly adopted by Simplified Chinese dictionaries published in mainland China. No associated indexing component was left after the merger.


Derived characters

Strokes Characters
+2 JP (= -> ) SC (=處 -> )
+5 SC (= -> )