Unicode/Hanzi Search: U+633A (挺)

to stand upright, straighten; rigid
Strokes (without radical) 7 Total Strokes 10
Mandarin reading tǐng Cantonese reading ting2 ting5
Japanese on reading tei chou Japanese kun reading nuku
Korean reading ceng Vietnamese reading

CEDICT Entries:

   [ tǐng ]    straight, erect, to stick out (a part of the body), to (physically) straighten up, to support, to withstand, outstanding, (coll.) quite, very, classifier for machine guns
   [ tǐng zhù ]    to stand firm, to stand one's ground (in the face of adversity or pain)
   [ tǐng haǒ ]    very good
   [ tǐng shī ]    (lit.) to lie stiff like a corpse, (coll.) to sleep
   [ tǐng ]    tall and straight
   [ tǐng gǎn ]    tappet (machine part)
   [ tǐng ]    to stand erect, to stand upright
   [ tǐng ér zoǔ xiǎn ]    variant of 鋌而走險|铤而走险[ting3 er2 zou3 xian3]
   [ tǐng yaō ]    to straighten one's back, to arch one's back
   [ tǐng ]    clean and jerk (weightlifting technique)
   [ tǐng shēn ]    to straighten one's back
   [ tǐng shēn ér chū ]    to step forward bravely
   [ tǐng jìn ]    progress, to advance
⇒    [ tǐng ]    (Beijing dialect) bastard, damned
⇒    [ tǐng shēn ]    pushup (exercise)
⇒    [ tǐng ]    to support, to back
⇒    [ jìng tǐng ]    strong
⇒    [ jiān tǐng ]    firm and upright, strong (of currency)
⇒    [ tǐng ]    to arch one's body and fling one's head back
⇒    [ áng shoǔ tǐng xiōng ]    head high, chest out (idiom); to keep up one's spirits, in fine mettle (of animal)
⇒    [ yìng tǐng ]    to endure with all one's will, to hold out, rigid, stiff
⇒    [ tǐng ]    (standing) very straight, straight as a ramrod, bolt upright, well-ironed, trim
⇒    [ tǐng ]    Ye Ting (1896-1946), communist military leader