The picture to the left is the old written form of the character 也 yě, pronounced like “yeah”, which is a representation of a woman’s sex organ. 也acts as a copula which links the subject of sentence with a subject complement, for example “the dog is old”. Dog is the subject, old is the complement, and 也 acts as the word is. In addition 也 has the meaning of also
The word 地 dì, pronounced like “dee”, is a combination of the character 土 tǔ and 也 yě. 土 means soil, and 也 as mentioned above has yonic significance. So the word 地 means conceiving soil, like the earth.