The character 木 (mù ) means "tree" in Chinese and looks actually like a tree.
In the original character of 木 the top is supposed to look like leaves and branches while the bottom looks like the roots. It is used as a radical usually put on the left right or bottom of the character to indicate things associated with the tree.
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