ming2
to engrave; inscribed motto

strokes 11
radical
strokes after radical 6
碑铭 碑銘 bei1 ming2
inscription on stone tablet

贝聿铭 貝聿銘 bei4 yu4 ming2
Pei Ieoh Ming or I.M. Pei (1917-), famous Chinese-American architect

辜鸿铭 辜鴻銘 gu1 hong2 ming2
Ku Hung-ming or Gu Hongming (1857-1928), Malaysian man of letters, highly regarded for his literary works written mostly in English, and known for his monarchist views

镌骨铭心 鐫骨銘心 juan1 gu3 ming2 xin1
etched in one's bones and heart (idiom); ever-present memory (esp. resentment)

镌心铭骨 鐫心銘骨 juan1 xin1 ming2 gu3
etched in one's bones and heart (idiom); ever-present memory (esp. resentment)

刻骨铭心 刻骨銘心 ke4 gu3 ming2 xin1
lit. carved in bones and engraved in the heart (idiom); fig. etched in one's memory; unforgettable

罗保铭 羅保銘 luo2 bao3 ming2
Luo Baoming (1952-), sixth governor of Hainan

铭记 銘記 ming2 ji4
to engrave in one's memory

铭刻 銘刻 ming2 ke4
a carved inscription

铭文 銘文 ming2 wen2
inscription

铭谢 銘謝 ming2 xie4
to express gratitude (esp. in public); vote of thanks; also written 鳴謝|鸣谢

铭心刻骨 銘心刻骨 ming2 xin1 ke4 gu3
engraved in one's heart and carved in one's bones (idiom); to remember a benefactor as long as one lives; undying gratitude

铭心镂骨 銘心鏤骨 ming2 xin1 lou4 gu3
engraved in one's heart and carved in one's bones (idiom); to remember a benefactor as long as one lives; undying gratitude

铭瑄 銘瑄 ming2 xuan1
MaxSun, PRC company specializing in video and computer display

铭言 銘言 ming2 yan2
motto; slogan

墓志铭 墓誌銘 mu4 zhi4 ming2
epitaph

座右铭 座右銘 zuo4 you4 ming2
motto; maxim