Easy Lookup Chinese Dictionary
Last updated on 2018-09-22
About the Book
The Cangjie Code Dictionary provides a means of looking up characters and their cangjie codes easily.
Rather than organizing entries according to radical or pinyin spelling, the entries in this dictionary are sorted according to the first letter of their cangjie codes.
To make looking up a particular character easier, the characters are further sorted so that similiar characters are grouped together.Index
The lookup index for characters shows the Cangjie typing code in plain letters. If all you are looking for is the full typing code, then you only need to go as far as this index.
You do need to have a basic understanding of the Cangjie System to be able to use this dictionary effectively. However it is laid out in such a way that you may find it helps you to learn the cangjie typing system.Main Entries
Main entries include both letter codes and cangjie symbols for each character. Also included is the radical, pinyin pronounciation of each character and for more common characters, the English translation.
To make looking up Cangjie codes easier, the intermediate index contains links to the main entries but also contains the cangjie letter code for that character. So if all you are looking for is the Canjie code you only have to go as far as the intermediate index.
If you'd also like to know it's pronounciation or radical, then click to go to the character entry.Why Touch Type Chinese?
I've been using the Cangjie system for about 7 years now. I use it to type out chinese phrases or passages from chinese books so that I can look up the meaning of the character or enter it into my own database.
Because I often don't know the sound of the character, being able to type it using its Cangjie typing code makes my life easier.
While not a perfect touch typing system, it can be a fairly quick method of learning to type chinese, once learned.
There are some codes that point to more than one character, but those are relatively few, and with practice you get to know which characters those are so that you can fairly quickly choose the desired character from the pull down list.
The other reason that I like the Cangjie method is that it helps me to remember the characters. It's a little like actually writing the characters since each Cangjie element represents an element of the character. And since I practice painting Chinese characters also, this is a useful way to help me keep my Character knowledge fresh.
Note that even though I've been using the Cangjie typing method for a while, I still sometimes forget characters. I designed this dictonary to be easy to use so that I could use it quickly and efficiently. I hope it helps you also.
Part 1 of the dictionary covers characters with codes beginning from A to L.
Part 2 covers Chinese Characters wth codes beginning from M to Y.
- Cangjie Codes and Groups
- Figuring Out Cangjie Codes
- Confusing Characters
- Radical Index
- Phonetic Index
- Cangjie Index w/Letters
- A Entries
- B Entries
- C Entries
- D Entries
- E Entries
- F Entries
- G Entries
- H Entries
- I Entries
- J Entries
- K Entries
- L Entries
- M Entries
- N Entries
- O Entries
- P Entries
- Q Entries
- R Entries
- S Entries
- T Entries
- U Entries
- V Entries
- W Entries
- Y Entries
The Leanpub 45-day 100% Happiness Guarantee
Within 45 days of purchase you can get a 100% refund on any Leanpub purchase, in two clicks.
See full terms
Free Updates. DRM Free.
If you buy a Leanpub book, you get free updates for as long as the author updates the book! Many authors use Leanpub to publish their books in-progress, while they are writing them. All readers get free updates, regardless of when they bought the book or how much they paid (including free).
Most Leanpub books are available in PDF (for computers), EPUB (for phones and tablets) and MOBI (for Kindle). The formats that a book includes are shown at the top right corner of this page.
Finally, Leanpub books don't have any DRM copy-protection nonsense, so you can easily read them on any supported device.