Mandarin Search: ye4

xíe shè to harmonize, to rhyme; to unite; (borrowed for) leaf
profession, business; GB radical 111
trail, tow, drag, pull
page, sheet, leaf; rad. no. 181
trail, tow, drag, pull
㐖毒, an old name for India
bìng bèi fèi sound of flying or speeding
place in today's Henan province
night, dark; in night; by night
night, dark; in night; by night
zhuài zhuāi drag, tow; throw; twist
xíe page, sheet, leaf; rad. no. 181
yān yàn throat; pharynx
a table, flat pieces of wood, a slip, a leaf
shè shoot, eject, issue forth, emit
bright, glorious, splendid, flame
sào zǎo (same as 蚤) flea, to scratch, the mortices in the hub for the spokes of the wheel
bright; radiant; thriving
visit, pay respects
support with the arms; stick in, tuck in; fold up
shì sap, juice, liquid, fluid
the birds singing during the night; (Cant.) interjection to indicate the speaker is thinking
è ài daub
(same as 捗) to swallow; to gulp, to be choked with food, (same as 諲) respectful; venerable
sickness; repeated
shé tíe díe to sort out the stalks used in divination; to fold
to follow; to attach; connected
hùi unhappy, girlish
carry meal to workers in field
zhá to fry in fat or oil. to scald
díe half-sitting, half-reclining
profession, business, trade
díe small dish; window
ǎn to plough the fields
shǎn swift currents; swift flow of water
(same as 瘱)quiet; calm; still peaceful, gracefully quiet, clear and ev ident; obvious, deep and far; profound and abstruse, to conceal; to hide
àn to plough and sow, to farm
xíe shè leaf, petal; page of book; period
dark; the sun hidden by clouds, obscure
(same as 葉) a leaf; the page of a book, a leaf of a door, a lobe of the lungs or liver
ài yǎn small bundle of rice plant, seed, grain
(same as ) to press with a finger; to tuck in; to put the finger into; to put in; to stow away
place in today's honan province
bright, glorious, splendid, flame
visit, pay respects to
díe (a variant of 燁) blaze of fire, splendid, glorious
bright; radiant; thriving
è yān block, obstruct, stop up, conceal
eating or talking, moving of the mouth
a fierce man-eating animal in legend
a mirrow, lens; glass
bright; flourishing
precipitous; steep and lofty of a high mountain
tuck; hold
moving of the mouth
thin plates of metal
(same as 業) in ancient China, big piece of board (plank) on a music rack with the carving of the shape of saw's teeth; used to hang clock (musical stone, drum, etc.), instruction
nèi flying birds, a kind of bird
to tuck in, to put the finger into, to put in, to stow away
xíe cakes
nìe zhè shè zhé whisper; surname
food (some food as glutinouss rice tamale -- made by wrapping the rice in broad leaves of reeds and boiled for a few hours --usually with other ingredients, as dates, meat, oyster, beams, etc.
carry meal to workers in field
cúo cùo zhěn to grind barley
(non-classical form of 鍱) thin plates of metal, to wrap with metal plates, iron of copper ore, ingots, bars of metal, a metal ring
(same as ) cakes
yǎn dimples
lots of fish