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Double Happiness (calligraphy) and Wufu

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Difference between Double Happiness (calligraphy) and Wufu

Double Happiness (calligraphy) vs. Wufu

Double Happiness sometimes translated as Double Happy, is a Chinese traditional ornament design, commonly used as a decoration and symbol of marriage. Wufu, meaning the five blessings, is a concept that signify a grouping of certain good fortunes and luck in Chinese culture.

Similarities between Double Happiness (calligraphy) and Wufu

Double Happiness (calligraphy) and Wufu have 2 things in common (in Unionpedia): Fu (character), Shou (character).

Fu (character)

The character Fú (Unicode U+798F) meaning "fortune" or "good luck" is represented both as a Chinese ideograph, but also at times pictorially, in one of its homophonous forms.

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Shou (character)

Shòu is the Chinese word/character for "longevity".

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Double Happiness (calligraphy) and Wufu Comparison

Double Happiness (calligraphy) has 17 relations, while Wufu has 11. As they have in common 2, the Jaccard index is 7.14% = 2 / (17 + 11).


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