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FW: Chen Dongtian

-----Original Message-----
From:	Anders, Claus 
Sent:	Tuesday, February 26, 2002 10:57 AM
To:	'G.Landini@xxxxxxxxxx'
Subject:	RE: Chen Dongtian

You can even download a complete (i.e. japanese - complete) Kanji dic from
monash.edu.au with more info about kanjis you even need to know (even with
chinese pronounciation).
The 1. sign looks really convicing to "winter" (cursive), but the second
more to "Big" (if only the horizontal stroke would be there!), so you got
winter as combined kanji (Hanzi).
A second thought: what if the VMS characters where stroke information, i.e.
you apply the appropiate strokes from left to right resulting in a chinese
character (maybe a dumb thought).
	-----Original Message-----
	From:	Gabriel Landini 
	Sent:	Tuesday, February 26, 2002 10:37 AM
	To:	voynich@xxxxxxxx <mailto:voynich@xxxxxxxx> 
	Subject:	Re: Chen Dongtian

	On 26 Feb 2002 at 1:19, Jorge Stolfi wrote:
	>   top:    dong1 (tung)
	>   bottom: tian1 (tien)

	Have you seen Nelson's Japanese Character dictionary?
	It has the Kanji (and combinations) sorted by stroke counts and by