The Role of the “Opposite” Dog 犭 Character in Chinese Writing

by
Jennifer Ball and Xu Chao

Using a Hanzi substructure-search engine designed by Xu Chao and Jennifer Ball

(***This is a work in progress as WordPress doesn’t allow the printing of many ancient Chinese characters, so I must do screen dumps and include the Unicode. Should be finished soon!)

Aug. 16, 2018

A semantic pie chart representing the five clustered categories (four areas of semantic space and one containing those characters with no given definition) of 638 characters containing the “opposite dog radical 反犬旁” or 犭 in Chinese writing.

         Character                 Definition

 

Human (4%)

1

Short for 猶太/犹太 (Yóutài, “Jew; Jewish”). Still. “Which is meant to be a good dog that has been obtained through long-term planning and long-term breeding. The meaning is similar.” (Baidu). Like, similar to, just like, as (Ctext). Name of beast. Sound of dog barking. (Wiktionary).

2

Short for 猶太/犹太 (Yóutài, “Jew; Jewish”). A kind of monkey (literary) to be like; to be just as (literary) still; yet; as before. Alternative form of 猷 (yóu, “plan; scheme”). A surname.

3

Resolute; a non-Han ethnic group in Guangxi, Hunan, and Guizhou.

4

A tribe of Scythian nomad. Only used in 玁狁/狁.

5

A tribe of Scythians which invaded China during the Hsia dynasty. Short for 獯鬻 (Xūnyù). Porridge.

6

This is a “仫佬”, one of the ethnic minorities in Southwest China.

7

The Di people; Zhou dynasty era term for tribes from northern China; a  surname​.

8

One of the ancient ethnic minorities in Guangxi, China.

9

(Same as U+7360 獠) generally called for minority groups (southwest area) in old China, to hunt at night by torches, lascivious, weird, allurements.

10

See “犵” (one of the ethnic minorities in southwest China).

11

Ethnic minorities in remote southern China.

12

Name of an ancient tribe. “The dog has a son” (Baidu).

13

An ethnic minority in China. Used in 獦狚 (“A mythical wolf-like beast with a red head and the eyes of a mouse.” “The sound is like a pig…it can eat people.”) Alternative form of 旦 (dàn).

14

One of the ancient Chinese ethnic minorities. It is a tribe of Tubo and later entered Yunnan.

15

A kind of animal (same as 夷) generally called for minority groups in old China.

16

A kind of beast that is said in the ancient book, shaped like a wolf, sounds like a pig, eats people; hunting, capturing animals; short mouth dog. The ancient name for the southern minorities. In some dialects in the north (such as Taiyuan in Shanxi and Hebei in Hebei), there is still a word that is often used to describe people who are unreasonable, eccentric, and self-righteous.

17

Chinese words, a kind of animal like the ancient book; one of the ancient Chinese ethnic minorities (Baidu).

18

Pig; Lolo, an aboriginal tribe.

19

“(Taishan) has a beast, which has a shape like a dolphin…” Ethnic minority in SW China, “heathen.”

20

Fierce dog with long shaggy hair; an old name for a part of the Miao nationality (in southwestern China) ().

21

Pig; Lolo aboriginal tribe.

22

A kind of good dog; (historical) an ancient ethnic minority in present-day Guangxi, China.

23

A tribe in southwest Yunnan.

 

Negative (9%)

24

U+F527. To commit (crime), to violate; criminal (An unused variant that is nearly identical to U+72AF).

25

Ferocious appearance; hideous.

26

Fierce-looking; ferocious.

27

Fierce-looking, ferocious.

28

A fever.

29

To go crazy; to act aggressively; mad; insane; crazy; wildly arrogant; conceited; stiff-necked; unruly; unrestrained; violent; ferocious; roaring; enormous (Min Nan)…to be hot for; to be crazy about (Min Nan, of animal) to be in heat. (See 誑/诳.)

30

Boorish; rough; uncouth (Baidu). Fierce, rude, uncivilized (Ctext).

31

Respect, regard; to stand in awe of, to be alarmed.

32

An error; a blunder, to cheat; to swindle; to defraud, confused; deceit; to deceive.

33

Run, panic, go.

34

Deceive, lie, delude, cheat. (See 狂.)

35

To guess; to suppose; to conjecture; to suspect; to have a suspicion; jealousy.

36

A warden; (in ancient China) minister of public works, to observe; to watch.

37

Deceive, lie, delude, cheat. (See 狂.)

38

The word “mad.”

39

A rush and impatient disposition, (non-classical form 狷) rash; quick-tempered; narrow-minded, honest and straightforward.

40

Rude (Google translation of Baidu). Unruly, wild, violent, lawless (Ctext).

41

Be familiar with; disrespect. Sex (Ctext). Domestication; taming; tease; be improperly familiar with (Baidu).

42

Sly, cunning, crafty.

43

Obtain, get, receive; seize.

44

Prison, jail; case; lawsuit.

45

Rash, impetuous, impulsive.

46

Alone, single, solitary, only.

47

Cunning, deceitful, treacherous.

48

Sly, cunning, crafty.

49

Ferocious; fierce; violent; powerful; vigorous; bold (slang) awesome; suddenly; quickly (Cantonese); continuously; vigorously; persistently; insistently.

50

Chaotic look.

51

To hunt; field sports.

52

U+72AF. Variant of 犯 U+F527; to commit (crime), to violate; criminal.

53

Mad, wild, reckless, unruly.

54

Hunt; field sports.

55

Narrow, limited; narrow-minded; to pinch.

56

(Same as 怯) lacking in courage; cowardly, nervous; socially timid; fright.

57

Vicious, cruel; severely, extreme.

58

To gather; to hunt or search for.

59

Variant of 犯; to commit (crime), to violate; criminal.

60

Cramped; narrow; contract; tight; narrow, limited; narrow-minded.

61

Alone; single; solitary; the old and childless. (Simplified version: 独- No. 45.)

62

Fierce, rude, uncivilized (犷).

63

The grass and trees are mixed, and the beasts are infested. Refers to the scene of ancient chaos. (Baidu). Jungle. (Ctext).

64

To go hunting; to go on a hunting expedition.

65

(Wild; arrogance; rampant) ferocious.

66

Ferocious appearance; hideous.

67

“1. Wild. 2. Birds and beasts are scared away and stunned.” (Baidu). Devil (Ctext).

68

Rustic; plentiful; humble (Baidu). Vulgar, low, cheap; wanton; obscene (Ctext).

69

Impetuous; nimble; variant of 狷; rash (Baidu). Rash; honest and straightforward (Ctext).

70

To covet; to be accustomed.

71

Prison. (Simplified version: 狱 – No. 43)

72

Crafty; cunning; sly.

73

Abruptly; suddenly.

74

To hunt at night by torches.

75

Hunt; field sports.

76

Hunt; field sports.

77

Roar; cry.

78

Cunning; crafty; sly; wily; artful, vigorous; strong.

79

[Abject; despicable] ugly and ugly; vulgar restraint (Baidu).

80

Follow (this is not positive because these are the variants: 侚 “fast” , 損 “Compliance with, follow; display”, 碁 “Die for cause, be martyr for.”)

81

Hunt; autumn hunting; to capture with a fine net; autumnal hunting; to hunt and kill.

82

(Cant.) to bite. (Unicode U+2472F refuses to print on this site, so the character is a raster version.)

83

Hunt; autumn hunting; to capture with a fine net.

 

Beast (29%)

84

Sound of a tiger, a fierce dog barking endlessly, a fierce dog, sound of a dog’s biting.

85

A monster in ancient legend, shaped like a fox with wings, sounds like a wild goose.

86

A kind of tapir; a fierce beast depicted on the door of prisons.

87

A legendary wild animal, snake; serpent.

88

Lion-dog shrine guardians.

89

Dog giving birth to a puppy.

90

A kind of ape (gibbon).

91

A scorpion animal.

92

Pig. Wild boar. U+732A. (Nearly identical to #221 variant U+AC6C and #236 U+FA16. They all normalize to U+732A.)

93

The scream or roar of a tiger; to intimidate; to scare.

94

Alternative form of 尨 (mÐng)(shaggy dog).

95

Macaque (zoology); to scratch; brisk and nimble (Baidu); a monkey with yellow hair (Ctext).

96

A badger (mammal).

97

Dog.

98

Sawndip (Zhuang) form of “马” “ma” (“horse”). Also Sawndip form of “ma” (“dog,” less common).

99

Only used in 猞猁 (shēlì) “lynx.”

100

Shaped like a dog-like snake, a dog’s head, a body, a four-legged, a fishtail, and is ten meters long. It lives in the water and is endless. From the dog, the strange sound. Original meaning: a dog that has been castrated. (Baidu). Exclamation of admiration (Ctext). (In words that mean “ripple.”)

101

Monkey; ape; naughty child; (Min Nan) male paramour; to lean on someone; to pester someone; to squat like a monkey; naughty; clever; (Min Nan) skinny and dark-skinned; ugly as a monkey. A surname.

102

Hylobates agilis (“agile gibbon,” “dark-handed gibbon”); ape.

103

(Beast) runs away (Baidu). Jump (Ctext).

104

To sign in lamentation, crying of a piggy, a kind of beast.

105

Species of orangutan.

106

Ancient “hunting”, hunting, a beast like a bear in ancient legends.

107

(Same as 豚) a small pig; a sucking pig, to shuffle along without lifting the feet.

108

1. A kind of beast that eats people in ancient legends, like a big dog. 2. Same as “獒” (“Molosser”).

109

A kind of macaque, produced in the mountain forests of northern China, can withstand cold. Also refers to monkeys… (Baidu). A kind of monkey found in W. China (Ctext). Used in 猢猻/猢狲 (hu2sun1).Used in 獑猢 (chan2hu2).

110

A mythical animal that eats its mother when it is born; Manchurian tiger.

111

1. Mink. 2. Canine (Korean Chinese characters).

112

(Same as 猱) a monkey with yellow hair, crocodile; alligator.

113

Otter; a kind of scorpion animal; animal that is like a donkey and a head like a dog. See 猵狙.   A kind of cockroach. Can enter the water to eat fish (Baidu).

114

Mammoth.

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Mammal, body length more than 30 centimeters, grayish gray, living on the water’s edge, the fur is precious. (Ferret?) (Baidu). A kind of animal (Ctext).

116

A dog with a long snout or muzzle.

117

A cat.

118

Dogs barking, little dog; a puppy, name of a place in today’s Henan Province Xinyexian.

119

A species of wild animal mentioned in Lu Xun’s My Old Home. Its true identity remains unknown, but it was identified as possibly being a badger in one of his letters.

120

“1. A beast that is said in the ancient book. 2. Big dog.”

121

A kind of beast, a legendary monster.

122

Dog to take food, a biter (said of a dog).

123

A fabulous monster.

124

A kind of beast. (Same as 㺄/貐), (same as 狳”) (a variant of 貐).

125

An ape, monkey; to spy, watch for; to lie.

126

Dog; mouth of dog.

127

Radical form of 犬 “dog.”

128

A dog with strong health, a dog that rivals his dog. A strong dog; robust. Hedgehog. Animal.

129

A yellow dog with black head.

130

A kind of animal, fierce dog; small and cute.

131

1. A dog said in the ancient book. 2. A monster in ancient legends, with wings like a human.

132

Macaque.

133

Short-snout dog; frightened; terrified (Baidu); smoke or flames from fire; roast (Ctext).

134

Same as 猩 “orangutan.”

135

Fierce dog; furious, frenzied (Ctext). A rabid dog; crazy; ferocious; brave; fierce (Baidu).

136

The ancient book refers to a beast.

137

A frightened pig or dog, bark, a running pig.

138

Dogs wormed through a narrow place, to oppress cruelly; dogs biting, legendary monster (dwarf), bark.

139

A large ape found in Western China, a precious mammal found in Africa.

140

(Dog) crazy.

141

Fox-cub.

142

(Non-classical abbreviated form.) Fox-like animal.

143

The dog is angry.

144

Roebuck, hornless river deer.

145

To bite; to gnaw; dogs bite.

146

A kind of beast.

147

Lion.

148

To go hunting (as winter sport in former times); imperial tour; hunting dog; to hunt (Baidu). winter hunting; imperial tour  (Ctext).

149

Mad dog. Manic; brave.

150

A kind of beast.

151

Looking like a fierce dog; angry.

152

An ancient legend of a savage beast, like a donkey, a tiger claw, running fast. A dog said in the ancient book; is not benevolent; not smooth.

153

1. The same ancient “豨”, pig: 2. Call the pig’s voice.

154

A kind of beast that is said in ancient books.

155

The snarling of dogs.

156

A kind of dog.

157

Alternative spelling of 針鼠 (“hedgehog”).

158

Badger; raccoon dog.

159

A kind of dog with a long snout.

160

Spaniel.

161

A legendary animal with short forelegs which rode a wolf.

162

(Same as 貁 non-classical form 狖) a kind of animal (looks like weasel); an ape with black color and long tail.

163

Name of a dog in the period of Warring States (usually known as the magpie, jackdaw), generally called for dogs.

164

Little pig.

165

1) The fighting sound of dogs; 2) agile, sprightly.

166

Only used in 狒狒 (fèifèi, “baboon”). “Body shaped like a monkey, face like a dog, cheek cyan, body brown, eat fruits and eggs, etc., prolific in Africa.” 1.Baboons 2.A large African or Asia monkey with a long face like a dog’s.

167

Small in size like cats , with short limbs, gray-brown back, perched on mountain forests, eating cereals, fruits, etc., meat is delicious, and fur can be used for clothing. Also known as “ fruit raccoon “” Jackal; name of a tribe.

168

A kind of wild animal ( monkey tribe).

169

Lion.

170

A A kind of animal; body is smaller than a giraffe; two short horns on the head; back and legs with black and white stripes spaced in-between; Only used in 㺢㹢狓 (huòjiāpí) “okapi (Okapia johnstoni).”

171

Armadillo. A kind of animal in Chinese mythology. Only used in 犰狳 (qiúyú) “armadillo.”

172

1. A spirit that feeds on nightmares; 2. a tapir.

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Armadillo. A kind of animal in Chinese mythology. Only used in 犰狳 (qiúyú) “armadillo.”

174

1. Same as “豮”, castrated pigs. 2. Castration.

175

Refers to the beast screaming.

176

A kind of beast of the wolf, like a raccoon, said in the ancient book.

177

Only used in 猞猁 (shēlì) “lynx.”

178

A kind of animal; pig hog.

179

Lion; wild beast; wild horse.

180

A kind of beast that looks like a raccoon and has a long body.

181

Ape.

182

A kind of animal (of dog tribe).

183

Component form of 犬: Kangxi radical #94, 犬 (“dog”).

184

Raccoon dog.

185

Monkey? (Baidu).

186

A large ape found in W. China.

187

Three sons of the dog.

188

(Same as 獾.) Badger.

189

A kind of animal of mule tribe) (same as 貘) tapir, panther.

190

A beast, like a leopard, said in the ancient book.

191

Two meanings: The two dogs are in contact. The alien of “Di”.

192

Wolf.

193

Bark, ( same as 毚) a cunning hare; a wily rabbit.

194

A long-tailed pheasant said in the ancient book.

195

A large, duck-like waterfowl with red eyes; a young phoenix. Short for 鸑鷟/ (yuèzhuó).

196

The dog eats; the dog bites.

197

Otter.

198

Dog with a short tail, (same as non-classical form 貂) the sable; the marten; mink.

199

Name of a variety of dog; wild tribes in South China.

200

A kind of otter.

201

(Same as 狦) a fierce dog, a kind of animal (looks like a wolf).

202

Monkey.

203

To bite (said of a dog), dog to take food.

204

Barking of a frightened dog, to confuse; disorder; disturbance, cunning; artful; crafty, to fail and be exposed.

205

Monkey.

206

A  kind of wild dog from northern Chinajail; prison; a not very large lock-up.

207

A kind of dog.

208

(Same as 貗) the badger; a wild bear.

209

A fabulous beast; a legendary beast.

210

Very healthy dog (Wiktionary). Dog heath. A monster in ancient legends (Baidu).

211

Long-tailed pheasant  (Baidu). Monkey (Ctext).

212

A kind of beast; looks like a deer; white-tailed (same as 蠗) a kind of animal (of monkey tribe).

213

1. A dog with short legs. 2. A dog with a short neck. 3. The dog under the case.

214

Marmoset (zoology).

215

Species of fox; surname​.

216

Dog, canis familiaris. (Offensive) despicable; nasty; to flatter; a  surname​.

217

Used in 手狔 “Judah, soft and beautiful” (Baidu). Alternative form of 䝚 “A kind of animal; fur can be used for clothes.”

218

Wolf.

219

A kind of animal.

220

A kind of animal.

221

1. Old with the “ boar”, male pig : “into its Yi Cheng, treat dolphin ~.” 2. A monkey animal said in the ancient book (Baidu), Mythical ape (Ctext).

222

A beast (looks like lion).

223

Pig. Wild boar. Variant U+AC6C. (Nearly identical to #90 U+732A and #236 U+FA16. They all normalize to U+732A.)

224

(Same as 狺) to bark (said of a dog), (same as 齗) gums (of the teeth), (same as 啀) dogs to fight with gnashing and grinning; looks very angry.

225

An excellent dog in ancient times (Baidu). A hound (Ctext).

226

A dog with great strength.

227

(Same as 貅) a kind of animal like a tiger, a fabulous fierce beast — thus — fierce; valiant; heroic; brave.

228

An animal that was black and shackled before the waist (Baidu). A kind of macaque, probably the rhesus macaque (Wiktionary).

229

㹿

A fierce dog, bite fiercely (said of dog), hunting in winter, a kind of beast.

230

A beast in ancient legends, like a leopard with markings on his head.

231

Species of deer found in north China (Ctext). Roe deer, Capreolus, a small spotted deer found in northern China (Wiktionary).

232

(Same as 獺) an otter.

233

Mongoose.

234

A kind of monkey, fox.

235

Endless barking, two dogs are fighting.

236

A short-headed dog said in the ancient book.

237

A legendary animal with short forelegs which rode a wolf (Baidu). (Mythology) a legendary wolf-like animal with short forelegs and long hind legs; distressed; wretched (Wiktionary).

238

Wild boar. (This character representation U+FA16 has been normalized to #90 U+732A. Nearly identical #221 variant U+AC6C also normalizes to U+732A.)

239

A gibbon with a long tail and prominent nose.

240

A kind of beast in ancient books.

241

A kind of animal, the animals to run about wildly, wild; mad; crazy, (same as 獪) cunning; artful; crafty.

242

Pig; hog.

243

A hunting-dog, to hunt in winter, imperial tour.

244

A mythical ape-like creature that is resurrected by the wind after death) (Wiktionary).

245

Pekinese dog, lap dog, pug; pup.

246

A white-yellow dog, a yellow dog, a mad dog, a group of dogs bark wildly.

247

Porcupine.

248

1. The dog is angry. 2. Dog fights;  (different pronunciation) The beast’s horn; an unspeakable look (Baidu).

249

Ape.

250

A kind of beast.

251

(Same as 狗) a dog; canine.

252

Vicious dog; wolf-like beast.

253

Wolf; cruel, wicked, mean.

254

A black ape with long tail (same as 貁) a kind of animal (of weasel tribe).

255

(Same as 猴) the monkey.

256

Goat.

257

Wolf. Female wolf.

258

A legendary beast; legless insects.

259

A fierce Mongolian wolf dragon’s head on roofs.

260

Big and strong sheep, a ewe or she-goat, kind of dog, a dog barking loudly.

261

Macacus monkey; macaque.

262

(Same as 猧) puppy, of dog tribe.

263

Badger (Baidu).

264

A kind of otter (Ctext, Wiktionary); kind of awkwardness (Baidu).

265

Otter.

266

豸 semantic variant: legless insects, legendary beast.

267

A lemur of the genus Cynocephalus.

268

豸 semantic variant: legless insects, legendary beast.

269

Sea otter.

 

Nature/Town (2%)

270

Tall mountain.

271

Name of a mountain in Shandong province.

272

A tree said in the ancient book.

273

Generally refers to small wooden piles [small wooden pile]. Such as the disclosure (marked; revealed) and so on (Baidu). Wooden peg, post or stick (Ctext).

274

Reed, Miscanthus saccariflorus (Amur silver-grass, Korean muluksae).

275

Caryopteris divaricata (Tripora divaricata, native to Japan, Korea, and China, genus: Lamiaceae, first described in 1999.)

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Tripora divaricata, native to Japan, Korea, and China, genus: Lamiaceae, first described in 1999.

277

The name of the ancient country, in the north of North Korea today. Only used in 獩貊/貊.

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Name of a village in Henan Province, name of a pavilion.

279

(Same as 蹟) footprints; traces (interchangeable 僄) agile; adroit; nimble, frivolous; playful; flippant.

280

To stroll; to roam; to wander.

281

Far, distant; keep at distance.

282

Ripples on water; swirling. Short for 漣漪/涟漪ī).Alternative form of 猗 (yī).

283

To catch, to obtain; to get; to receive; to win, to harvest.

284

Pond.

 

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Sources:

  • Chinese Text Project Dictionary
  • Baidu
  • Wiktionary

Jennifer Ball

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