Maybe I do n’t know this character, so here ’s how to read this Chinese character
Alas, the pronunciation is gǎ. This refers to "again", "duplicate", and the extension refers to "a series (child)". The combination of "Nai" and "Xiao" means "a group of children of decreasing age born to a mother."
1, small-nickname, used before the last name, first name, ranking, etc., the dialect of northwestern China generally used this word. Such as: 尕 Ba; 尕 Jiang.
2. Less-usually means a small amount. Some areas in Zizhong County, Sichuan, China have this meaning, such as: (尕 尕), 尕 尕 点, 尕 尕, 尕 尕.
3. After the adjective, it is usually used in conjunction with Aberdeen. It is commonly used in the southern regions, such as: small Aberdeen (child), and a little Aberdeen (small amount, a little).
4. Put after the verb to indicate that it is happening or has happened. For example: The tiger is coming and seeing (it is happening), I see the picture of you (see, finished).
Then let's see how the stroke order of this word is written: