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(ancient form of 巨) great; big, chief, very
chǔ chù place, locale; department
large, great, enormous; chief
gōu sentence
zǒu (non-classcial form of 走) to walk, to run, to leave
an interjection used express surprise
foot; attain, satisfy, enough
river in Henan
tool, implement; draw up, write
dull, stupid, suspicious
to occupy, take possession of; a base, position
ward off with hand, defend
jīan stop, prevent; defeated, dejected
steel, iron; great
torch
arrogant, haughty, rude
theatrical plays, opera, drama
lòng a river in ancient times
black millet
all
all, together; accompany
fear, be afraid of, dread
kind of lettuce
cakes made from rice flour twisted into rings
dam
to occupy, take possession of; a base, position
interjection used to express surprise
support structure for bell
ditch, canal, channel, gutter
cyclone, typhoon, gale
yùan (same as 醵) to pool money (for a feast, etc.); to contribute to a feast
distance; bird's spur
zōu name of an ancient state; surname
a saw; to saw; amputate
steel, iron; great
(a variant of 據) to receive, as communications from a subordinate, to rely on, to lean on, evidence; proof, according to; whereas
assemble, meet together, collect
lapel, border of garment; skirt
㨿 (a variant of 據) to receive, as communications from a subordinate, to rely on, to lean on, evidence; proof, according to; whereas
salted or pickled vegetables
lóu poor, impoverished
delicated; lovely; beautiful, spoiled, jealous; to envy; jealousy, used in girl's name
lóu poor, impoverished
colt; fleet, swift; sun; surname
offspring of a stallion and a she-mule
theatrical plays, opera, drama
straw sandals; tread on
crouch, squat; sit, occupy
the reasonable of speeking
a saw; to saw; amputate
lóu poor, impoverished
to occupy, take possession of; a base
wǎn a woven instrument; a knitting tool, name of a variety of bamboo
bashful; ashamed
lóu lǐu Artemisia stelleriana
cyclone, typhoon, gale
zōu name of a state; surname
straw sandals; tread on
suddenly, unexpectedly; at once
lǒu bamboo basket
surname
(non-classical form of 噱) to laugh without stopping, loud laughter
qún a hole; an opening, a cave, empty; hollow
chú chick, fledging; infant, toddler
(an ancient name) a kind of silver fish, a kind of insect
a varietyof millet, to stick, sticky; glutinous
swelling of the gums ( of the teeth)
contribute for drinks; pool money
drumstick
fear, be afraid of, dread
a family name

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