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2 years, 6 months ago
What is the correct stroke order of 繡? Its 新字体 version 粛 is farily straightforward, but this one? Dictionaries tend to not have stroke information for the 舊字體 form.
My guess would be:
All the way down from the broom.
Cross it in the middle.
片 on the left – left, top, bottom
Reverse 片 on the right – top, right, bottom
Nov 23, 2020 at 21:03
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繡 (U+7E61) is the kyūjitai form of 繍 (U+7E4D), in the same way 肅 (U+8085) is the kyūjitai form of 粛 (U+7C9B).
The stroke order for 肅 (U+8085) is available, on
Tangorin for instance:
For reference, the two bottom parts you're mentioning are made of 片 (U+7247) and 爿 (U+723F), but their respective stroke orders slightly differ from the ones in the combined shape, because of the presence of a large horizontal stroke in the middle:
Nov 23, 2020 at 21:54
I could find 嘯 which seems to have the same right part in the
YARXI dictionary (English version is called JISHOP but has no online version):
I believe the stroke order source is
Kakijun. Here's its version of 肅:
Nov 23, 2020 at 21:44
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