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English: Vernacular Hakka Variant Chinese Character for cii11, meaning "to kill". Used in the Hakka phrase F35B hakka cii11.png頭 (cii11 teu11), meaning to kill or behead (usually in reference to capital punishment), synonymous with Standard Chinese 殺頭 (shā tóu; "kill head") or 砍頭 (kǎn tóu; "behead"). Taiwan Education Dept. code F35B. Not present in Unicode. Reference
中文: 客家話方言異體字,意如“殺”,“砍”。
Date 9 October 2009
Source Hakka Dictionary entry
Author Taiwan Education Dept.
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