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Mandarin Search: mei4

měi mèi every, each
mèi hùi dusk; Mei river; Zhou dynasty place-name; (Cant.) to go underwater, to dive
mèi younger sister
mèi to look far with the eyes half-closed (to narrow the eyes), to look at for a long time, daybreak; dawn, to look not straight forward, to distrub; to dizzy; dark, to look at ferocious
mèi xúe down; to see obscurely, (same as 䀛)
mèi a kind of tree
mèi obscure, dark; darken
mèi sleeves
mèi dim, dark, obscure; blind
mǎng méi mèi dust; dirt; a smear, (same as 牧) name of a place in old times
mèi bewitch, charm, infatuate
mèi demon
mào mèi (same as 帽)a hat; a headwear, a cap (of fountain-pen, crew, etc.)
mèi riddle, conundrum; puzzle
méi mèi berries
mèi charming, attractive; flatter
mèi sleep; be asleep
mèi ill
méi mèi moss; edible berries
mèi well-boiled congee or rice gruel
mào mèi fine piece of jade
mèi méi twisted paper for lighting cigarettes
mèi (Cant.) to close, shut
mèi red
mèi kind of forest demon, elf
mèi (Cant.) 塘蝞, dragonfly
chǔi cùan jìan mèi (same as 竄) to escape; to run away; to flee, to banish, to change or alter (the wording)
mèi riddle, conundrum; puzzle
mèi wèi light black, dark black
mèi a variety of bamboo shoots that sprout in winter
mèi (same as 魅) mischievous spirit; goblin; elf, a demon with a man's face and four legs, and exhalation of the mountains and forests, to charm; to mislead
mèi (corrupted form of 魅) mischievous spirit; goblin; elf, a demon with a man's face and four legs, and exhalation of the mountains and forests, to charm; to mislead

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