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niǎo diǎo bird; KangXi radical 196
tǔn niào qíu to float; to deep fry; (Cant.) to turn inside-out
尿 niào sūi urine; urinate
niǎo curling upwards; wavering gently
niǎo (simplified form) (same as 蔦) the convolvulus; a kind of creeping plant, partridge; francolin, in Japan, the pole out side of a building used to post the public notice
niào (interchangeable 尿) urine, to urinate
niǎo diǎo dǎo qùe bird; KangXi radical 196
niào urea
niǎo the convovulvus; parasitic plants such as mistletoe; Ribes ambiguum
niào (same as 尿) urine; to urinate
niǎo zhúo the buttocks; the rump, fat; plump, one of the seven constellations; name of a star, the anus
niǎo slender and delicate
niào drown; submerge in water; indulge
dìan niǎo (interchangeable 墊) to steady by putting something underneath, to shore up; to prop
niǎo curling upwards; wavering gently
niǎo delicate; graceful
niǎo xìng (same as 褭 裊) curling up, as smoke; wavering gently, around; all around
niǎo frolic, play with; flirt with; (Cant.) angry
niǎo (same as 裊 褭) curling up, as smoke, wavering gently; to sway enticingly; winding round and round, in ancient time to cast gold in the shape of horse's hoofs; fine horse
niǎo the convovulvus; parasitic plants such as mistletoe; Ribes ambiguum
niǎo (same as 褭) with a charming; slim carriage (of a woman), pretty
niǎo high and lofty
niǎo (said of a woman) with a charming sprightly carriage; slim; delicate and beautiful
niǎo a kind of stone, bends; curves; turns and twists of the mountains

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