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jīa add to, increase, augment
jīa used in Korean place names
jīa jía be wedged or inserted between
qíe jīa transcription of sanskrit 'gha' in buddhist texts ('samgha', etc.); (nursing; attending; entertainer) (Jap.); tample; in Chinese this character is not used alone
jīa jía be wedged or inserted between
jīa jia good, auspicious; beautiful; delightful
jīa cangue scaffold
jía jīa saturate, drench; damp, wet
xíe jīa xía clasp under arm; hold to bosom
jīa an ornament attached to a woman's hairpin
jīa xìe character for transliteration
jīa scab
jía jīa saturate, drench; damp, wet
xíe jīa xía clasp under arm; hold to bosom
jīa jie house, home, residence; family
jía jīa chopstick
jīa Buddhist cassock
jía jīa hafnium
jīa a reed leaf whistle
qíe jīa eggplant
jīa flail
jīa sit cross-legged; squat
jīa stubborn, obstinate, intransigent
jīa (simplified form of 筴) tongs; tweezers; pincers, to use pressure upon; to force, a kind of grass used for divination in ancient times, (same as 策) a whip, a plan
jīa type of grass used in divination; to divine; pincers
jǐa jīa pompelmous; canque
jīa jía hafnium
jīa excellent; joyful; auspicious
jīa xía bulrush, reed; flute, whistle
jīa gallium
jìa jīa to drive, sail, fly; a cart, carriage
jīa boar, male pig
jīa gallium

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