Mouths and Orifices (Part 1) in Chinese Kanji: Debunking Confusion

Examples of some entries: Chinese glyph meaning "orifice, mouth, bodily cavity, aperture" is 口. When used alone, it can refer to any sort of entrance portal. Two together 吅 mean "rowdy behavior, deceitful." Moreover, three together 品 represent "the goods, merchandise, stuff for sale." So ask yourself, what merchandise of the old days was equipped with three bodily orifices? (See part 2 for more.) More
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