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lěi handle of plow; plow; rad. 127
lěi lèi inferior; secondary, ugly
lěi eulogize, praise the dead
lěi lèi léi rampart, military wall
lěi name of a county in today's Hunan Province
lěi pulp of a melon, a kind of melon
lèi lěi léi lìe tired; implicate, involve; bother
lěi eulogize, praise the dead
lěi tired, exhausted; surname
léi lěi (interchangeable 儽) utterly weary in body and spirits; negligent; lax
lěi lóu a sack used to feed the horses, an old family name
lùo lěi river in northern Shandong
lěi léi sedan
lěi pile of rocks or stones; great
lěi (same as 誄) writings eulogizing adead person; a speech, ode, etc. in praise of the dead, to pray for the dead
lěi a heap of stones; boulders
léi lěi a marsh in ancient times; in today's Shandong Province; betweem Heze and Yun Cheng
lěi puppet, dummy
lěi a basket for earth or soil, regulations; law, model
lěi (same as 壘) a military wall, a rampart, to pile up, a pile
lěi lèi léi rampart, military wall
dùi lěi (same as abbreviated form of 灅) the strength of a current, flowing water, name of a stream; at Yoybeiping
lěi buds, unopened flowers
júe kúi lěi tǔi tǔo (same as 橢) oval; oblong; elliptical
lèi léi lěi roll
lěi (same as 儡) puppets, very tired; fatigued; weary and weak
lěi a wart; a pimple; a pustule on the skin
lěi vine, creeper; to wind
léi lèi lěi bind, wind about; link, join
lěi lazy; tired out, worn fatigued
lěi an ancient neme of a river in Shanxi and Hebei
lěi a creeper
lěi (same as 鸓) flying squirrel; bats

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