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tooth, molars, teeth; serrated
xíe shé wrong, evil, depraved, vicious, perverse, heterodox
qìa fear; dread; fright; scare, crafty; low cunning
forked branches, stone roller, to roll, to stop; to detain; to prohibit, to clutch; to grasp
yái precipice, shore, bank; surname
qín of tiger, to roar
the coconut tree; rim
(a corrupted form) net for catching rabbit
zhá forty bundles of rice plant, panicled millet, (same as 芽) sprout; shoot; bud
plant louse, aphids
the forking branch of a tree
bud, sprout, shoot
yái cliff, precipice; precipitous
shore, bank, water's edge
a place in eastern Shandong
yái cliff, precipice; precipitous
the forking branch of a tree
elegant, graceful, refined
public office; official residence
yái corner of eye; stare
jùn to accumulate; to amass; to store up, superior, handsome, refined, eminent
jíe the square peck-shaped box half-way up a Chinese flagstaff
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.
yán face, facial appearance
yán face, facial appearance

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