I bet you guys have some awesome reading/meaning notes.
Lets see em!
Myself I’m totally anal about radicals-- I need to say where it comes from, its variants, its phonetic value… here’s a taste of my notes:
示: (礻) katakana “ne” ネ from left radical form 礻 https://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/礻 of radical 113 “spirit” 示 (⺬)https://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/示
衣 (衤): Also supposedly represents (based on visual similarity alone) left radical form 衤of https://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/衤 of radical 145 “clothes” 衣https://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/%E8%A1%A3 This distinction reflects on the actual meaning of the kanji!
actually not a radical, but a kanji 古 (radical 30 口+2, 5 strokes) and component
with Onyomi phonetic value: コ (ko), doesn’t take the reading when on the bottom
not to be confused with Kangxi radical #125, 老 (“old”). component form ⺹
not a radical or unicode
when barless, represents 一+勹
when barless w/ line above is 二 +勹 is simplification of 與!
with bar 与 “bestow, give” (一 +勹 +卜)
not related to 極 extreme (where the apparent element is some strokes) 拷 torture (where it’s 老)
Not a radical (radical 30 口+2), but a component with phonetic value! https://www.kanshudo.com/kanji.html?k=可
Common onyomi is か ! 奇 also has an onyomi phonetic value, き (may be voiced)
all take either on except 阿 because stupidly it’s “active” radical is 170 http://www.joyokanji.com/radical-notes/170-left-hill-radical-阝 (阜+5), with phonetic value あ