Yes, that was the one I referred to. Mysterious workings here: I copied it to a Word document. Worked OK. Word recognizes the font as PMingLiU - but I can't write it, because it isn't in my PMingLiU! Well, I haven't looked through all my fonts yet...
I have, of course, to disagree with you as well.
A bowl of offering and lightening...
The phonetic is a calender sign, not lightning (which is 电 or 電). Karlgren guesses from earlier forms meanings like stretch, extend, prolong etc.
On the radical
Karlgren wrote:The graph possibly designs the stalks used in divination, laid out in different patterns?
Cecilia Lingqvist quotes, in addition to B.K., meanings like "a stone altar for sacrifices" or "a commemorative plaque, inscribed with the names of forefathers." My teacher (and Nelson's dictionary: shimesu
) say simply "showing".
To remember it, I regard it as a sacrificial table.