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fēi pèi wife, spouse; imperial concubine
pèi raging animosity or hatred; full of anger and spite, unhappy; displeased
pèi abundant, full, copious; sudden
pèi (standard form of 沛) a great flow of water; flowing copiously, quickly; rapidly; sudden, flourishing; luxuriant; prosperous or abundant, marsh; swamp
pèi a skirt; long robe for women, having no sleeves and fasten down the front
bèi fèi pèi a two-years-old ox, ox with a long body, ox with long and big feet
fèi pèi lungs
pèi belt ornament, pendant; wear at waist, tie to the belt; respect
fěi pèi light of crescent moon
pèi a pennon; a streamer
pèi to dispel, to move; to transfer, to issue; to set aside, to stir up, turning
pèi match, pair; equal; blend
pèi flag ornament; flags, banners
pèi jade ornament
fán fǎn pèi the protruded sides of a carriage (used in ancient times to screen off muddy dust)
pèi grass, thatch
pèi the countenance changing
pèi dark; dull
pèi mixing rice with broth, a grain of rice
bàng pèi pén scab over a sore, scar of an ulcer, weak; feeble
pèi bridle of horse, reins
bǎng bèi pèi walk slowly because of the wrong position of the feet, (same as 狽) a kind of wolf with shorter forelegs, lame; crippled
fēi fěi pèi bèi cockroach
pèi torrential rains, flow of water
pèi to loose the bow-string, a kind of jade, (same as 彌) full, great, boundless, to complete
pèi bridle of horse, reins

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