Fundamental Characters (1)

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A part of living things,
Process of a life,
Kinds of living things,

Fundamental base overlays
work like extended bases as each simplified picture or abstract symbol by its total shape;
and are used for creating more base overlays relating to them.
Here are some examples of such fundamental characters and their application characters.

A part of living things

Fundamental parts and organs of human, animal or plant bodies are often shown as picture-like characters, and used for many applications.
Many of these characters, which human has, were simplified from human part shapes. But they can be used widely as the characteristics for other animals too. Also relating to their functions, concepts of tools, actions and conditions can be expressed with another character. Some organ has plural functions. A base overlay concept is set by which base/another fundamental character is compounded on top of the fundamental character.

* For application characters, you also can express the elements separately connecting with hyphen.

(N.B.) The above three fundamental characters are all related to important situations when applying them to a human society; distinguished as: head relates to totally and politically important parts, face relates to out looking, and brain relates to actual and technical terms.

Please use the dictionary to find out symbols of the following matters and more:

chemical materials: #29,
buildings and clothes: #48,
vessels, vehicles and interior: #47
products and goods: #50,
water and liquid: #59,
hands, tools and machines: #46
various places:  #10
various shapes and marks: #31 

abstract elements
time: #36 , value and money: #34 ,
emotion and psychology: #68,
elating to indication and convenient terms for computer: #30
colors, tastes, language and directions: #33
conjunctions: #gb,  prepositions: #gc,  symbols for various verbs: #gd and #ge

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