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Mandarin Search: qin2

qín wall made of soil, used in name of places
qín used in person's names
qín to hold; to grasp, rregular; uneven, a precipice beneath an overhanging cliff, (same as 拑) to take by force; to control with threat of force; to coerce
qín of tiger, to roar
dàn qín (same as 抌) to hit or to strikeheavily, to dip, to administer; to control, to govern; to treat; to cure, to punish
jīn gūan qín pity, feel sorry for, show sympat
jìng qín rock land
qìe qín shěn shèn used in girl's name, (same as 妾) a concubine, (in old China) a polite term used by a woman to refer to herself when speaking to her husband
qín celery
qín yín salt marsh plant
qín feudal state of Qin; the Qin dynasty (from which the name 'China' comes)
qín to seize; to clutch; to arrest; to capture; (Cant.) to climb
tán qín yǎn reach to, spread to; extensive
qín Chinese lute or guitar
chān qían tīe zhān qín tweezers
qín (same as 矜) the handle of a spear
zhēn qín river in Henan
qín character used in translation
qín jǐn a hut; careful
qín industrious, diligent, attentive
qín birds, fowl; surname;; capture
jǐn jìn qín celery, aconite
jǐn jìn qín brave; cautious; sad
jǐn qín a hut; careful
槿 jǐn qín hibiscus
qín hold in mouth; bite
qín courteous, cordial; zealous
jìe qín xìan (ancient form of 屆) numerary adjunct for periodic terms or events, to arrive, toexpire
zhēn qín abundant, luxuriant vegetation
qín a small cicada with a square head
qín (same as 擒) to arrest; to capture; (Cant.) to press down firmly
qín (same as 琴) a musical instrument
qín (same as 廑) a hut; cottage, careful; eager; concern
qín catch, capture, seize, arrest
qín grief
qín small red apple
cén qían qín starting to put forth ears, a kind of grain
qín Cyperus rotundus, a kind of medicinal herb
qìan qín (ancient form of 琴) a musical instrument
jǐn qín ròu wèi (ancient form of 琴) a musical instrument
qín a small bird with black neck
qín (Cant.) 蠄蟧, a spider; 蠄蟝, a toad
jìn qín disease of tongue (said of an ox), to keep the mouth shut
qín variety of artemisia seek

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