Unicode/Hanzi Search: U+795D (祝)

pray for happiness or blessings
Radical 𥘅
Strokes (without radical) 5 Total Strokes 10
Mandarin reading zhù zhoù chù Cantonese reading zuk1
Japanese on reading shuku shuu cho Japanese kun reading iwau hafuri norito
Korean reading chwuk cwu Vietnamese reading chúc

CEDICT Entries:

   [ zhù ]    surname Zhu
   [ zhù ]    to wish, to express good wishes, to pray, (old) wizard
   [ zhù yǔn míng ]    Zhu Yunming (1460-1526), Ming dynasty calligrapher
   [ zhù shoù ]    to offer birthday congratulations (to an elderly person)
   [ zhù haǒ ]    wish you all the best! (when signing off on a correspondence)
   [ zhù zhī shān ]    Zhu Zhishan (1460-1526), Ming calligrapher and poet, one of Four great southern talents of the Ming 江南四大才子
   [ zhù ]    blessings, to wish sb well
   [ zhù daǒ ]    to pray
   [ zhù róng ]    Zhurong, god of fire in Chinese mythology
   [ zhù róng haò ]    the "Zhurong" Chinese Mars rover, landed on the planet in 2021
   [ zhù xiè ]    to give thanks
   [ zhù ]    to congratulate, congratulations, CL:個|个[ge4]
   [ zhù ]    congratulatory speech
   [ zhù jiǔ ]    to drink a toast
   [ zhù jiǔ ]    short speech given in proposing a toast
   [ zhù jiǔ ]    short speech given in proposing a toast
   [ zhù sòng ]    to express good wishes
   [ zhù yuàn ]    to wish
   [ zhù ]    to cut one's hair (as part of a minority ritual or in order to become a monk)
⇒    [ tiān zhù xiàn ]    Tianzhu Tibetan autonomous county in Wuwei 武威[Wu3 wei1], Gansu
⇒    [ tiān zhù zàng zhì xiàn ]    Tianzhu Tibetan Autonomous County in Wuwei 武威[Wu3 wei1], Gansu
⇒    [ zhù ]    acolyte in charge of incense in a temple
⇒    [ gōng zhù ]    to congratulate respectfully, to wish good luck and success (esp. to a superior), with best wishes (in writing)
⇒    [ qìng zhù ]    to celebrate
⇒    [ qìng zhù huì ]    celebration
⇒    [ jìng zhù ]    to offer humbly (written at the end of letter from sb of lower status to higher status), your humble servant
⇒    [ zhù ]    Lizhu, personal name of twenty-first and last Tang emperor Aidi 哀帝[Ai1 di4] (892-908), reigned 904-907
⇒    [ liáng shān zhù yīng taí ]    The Butterfly Lovers, Chinese folktale of the tragic love between Liang Shanbo and Zhu Yingtai
⇒    [ liáng zhù ]    The Butterfly Lovers, Chinese folktale, abbr. for 梁山伯與祝英台|梁山伯与祝英台[Liang2 Shan1 bo2 yu3 Zhu4 Ying1 tai2]
⇒    [ daǒ zhù ]    to pray
⇒    [ zhù ]    to curse sb, to place a jinx
⇒    [ zhù ]    to congratulate beforehand, to offer best wishes for