This character appears differently when it is used as a character component placed on the right (see derived characters below):
In mainland China (based on Xin Zixing character form), Japanese kanji, Korean hanja and Vietnamese Nôm, the upper component 𠫓 is written ⿱亠厶 (4 strokes) while the bottom right stroke is written 乚 with an ending hook which is the historical form found in the Kangxi Dictionary.
In Taiwan and Hong Kong (based on Big5 character form), the upper component 𠫓 is written ⿻一厶 (3 strokes) while the bottom right stroke is written ㇄ without the ending hook.
Pictogram (象形): a newborn baby, shown upside down. The upper portion is an inverted 子. The three lower lines represent amniotic fluid or hair, the latter interpretation thought almost certainly incorrect by Henshall. The interpretation as fluid is supported by the comparison of 旒(liú) and 游(yóu), originally variants of one another. (Note that the oracle bone form of 子 also depicted hair.)(Can this(+) etymology be sourced?)