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 wén zì character / script / writing / written language / writing style / phraseology / CL:個|个[ge4]
 jiǎo běn script
稿 gǎo zi draft of a document / script / manuscript / mental plan / precedent
稿 shǒu gǎo manuscript / script
 jiǎo běn yǔ yán script
 jù běn script for play, opera, movie etc / screenplay / scenario
 Huá wén Chinese language / Chinese script
 jiǎ gǔ wén oracle script / oracle bone inscriptions (an early form of Chinese script)
 lì shū clerical script / official script (Chinese calligraphic style)
 kǎi tǐ regular script (Chinese calligraphic style)
 xíng shū running script / semicursive script (Chinese calligraphic style)
 cǎo shū grass script / cursive script (Chinese calligraphic style)
 kǎi shū regular script (Chinese calligraphic style)
 jiāo juàn to hand in one's examination script
 Zàng wén Tibetan script / Tibetan written language / Tibetan language
 zhuàn shū seal script (Chinese calligraphic style)
 xíng cǎo semicursive script
 zhèng zì to correct an erroneously written character / regular script (calligraphy) / standard form (of a character or spelling)
 shì wén interpreting words / to explain the meaning of words in classic texts / to decipher an old script
 zhēng kǎi regular script (sim. to block capitals)
 zhèng kǎi regular script (Chinese calligraphic style)
 zhēn shū regular script (Chinese calligraphic style)
 kǎi model / pattern / regular script (calligraphic style)
 zhuàn seal (of office) / seal script (a calligraphic style) / the small seal 小篆 / and great seal 大篆 / writing in seal script
 zhòu (writing) / to develop / seal script used throughout the pre-Han period
 Wēi lì Wylie (name) / Turrell Wylie, originator of the Wylie transcription of Tibetan script
 Xù lì yà wén Syriac language (from c. 2nd century BC) / the Syriac script
 Zhāng Xù Zhang Xu (probably early 8th century), Tang dynasty poet and calligrapher, most famous for his grass script 草書|草书
 Shǐ zhòu piān Shizhoupian, early school primer in great seal script 大篆[da4 zhuan4], attributed to King Xuan of Zhou 周宣王[Zhou1 Xuan1 wang2] but probably dating from c. 500 BC
 Tūn mǐ Sāng bù zhá Tunmi Sanghuzha (6th century AD), originator of the Tibetan script
 guó zì Chinese character (Hanzi) / the native script used to write a nation's language
 kǎi zì regular script (Chinese calligraphic style)
 sǐ wén zì dead language / indecipherable script
 jiǎ gǔ wén zì oracle script / oracle bone character (an early form of Chinese script)
 Qín zhuàn seal script as unified by the Qin dynasty / the small seal 小篆 / and great seal 大篆
 zhòu wén seal script used throughout the pre-Han period
 zhòu shū seal script used throughout the pre-Han period
 Zhōng Yáo Zhong Yao (151-230), minister of Cao Wei 曹魏 / and noted calligrapher, said to have developed the regular script 楷书
 zhōng dǐng wén bell-cauldron script / the 籀文 / form of Chinese character used in metal inscriptions
 yuàn běn script for opera (esp. in Yuan times)
 yīn jié tǐ syllabic script
 niǎo chóng shū bird writing, a calligraphic style based on seal script 篆书, but with characters decorated as birds and insects
 Zhōng Yáo Zhong Yao (151-230), minister of Cao Wei 曹魏[Cao2 Wei4] and noted calligrapher, said to have developed the regular script 楷書|楷书[kai3 shu1]
 shuāng xiàng wén zì bidirectional script
 zhèng shū regular script (Chinese calligraphic style)
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