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wàn ten thousand; innumerable
wàn swastika, one of the auspicious signs recognized (e.g. in Chinese Tathagata Buddhism) as being on the chest of Buddha (and variously seen in statuary on the chest, soles of the feet, or palms of the hands)
wàn swastika, one of the auspicious signs recognized (e.g. in Chinese Tathagata Buddhism) as being on the chest of Buddha (and variously seen in statuary on the chest, soles of the feet, or palms of the hands)
wán wàn play with, joke, enjoy
wàn (ancient form of 萬) ten thousand, all, very; extremely; absolutely
wàn to bend the wrist
wàn wrist
xìan húan wàn edible greens; amaranth
màn wàn fàn place in Henan province
wàn wān careless, play; a legendary archer
wàn ten thousand; innumerable
bǎn nóng wàn fierce dog with long shaggy hair, an old -time name for ta part of Miao people (in southwestern China)
màn wàn mán creeping plants, tendrils, vines
jǐan wàn the knee bones; the carpus of the knee, (same as 腕) the wrist
wàn jǐan ornament over the horse's head
wàn (corrupted form of ) a kind of decoration on the head of a horse; usually in a shape of an animal face, ornaments of a bridle or reins, to engrave incised inscriptions on copper or iron plate; to engrave on metal or wood

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