Chinese mnemonics and annotator

Imjagpul (legacy data - reimport)

to drape over one's shoulders
Give a hand, I have to dress up for the theatre... Ok, now I just drape the animal skin over my shoulders. The giant is peeking to see if he's dressed up already.


Explanation of characters by Herbert A. Giles

P'i is composed of 手 shou hand as radical, with 皮 p'i skin as phonetic , and originally meant to grasp from the side. It now means to spread out, etc.

Chinese-English (CC-CEDICT)

to drape over one's shoulders/to open/to unroll/to split open/to spread out

Chinesisch-Deutsch (HanDeDict)

Chinois-Français (CFDICT)

Cantonese slang

Cantonese (transcription)