This kanji has : - 止(phonetic) + 寸(hand : semantic) and the 止 part became 土 later
But I found in some resources this interpretations which explain "止" function in the kanji so I wanna know which on from this interpretations right or not?
1 : "寺 (6) ジ；てら The relevant oracle bone form of this character is 止# (stand straight) + 寸 hand/action indicator → stand straight by in attending on a superior, then carry out orders → government office (← place where official functions are carried out). (Buddhist) temple "
2: Character decomposition 字形分解 [?]: Component 寺 from (rem- 土 tǔ) from foot-moving-zhi 之㞢𡳿 zhǐ and hand-measure-cun 寸 cùn. (name- hand-foot-si 寺 sì)
Decomposition notes 字形分解说明 [?]: (- measurement of time historically done at a temple)