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Mandarin Search: yao3

yāo wāi yǎo young, fresh-looking; die young
yǎo bent, distorted, crooked; feeble
yǎo distant and indistinguishable
yǎo obscure, dark, mysterious, deep
yǎo yāo die young, die prematurely
tiáo yǎo yóu (same as 芀) name of a plant (much used for making brooms); a reed
yǎo jiāo bite, gnaw
yào yāo yǎo necessary, essential; necessity
yǎo sunken eyes; deep; abstruse
yǎo far, deep; sunken eyes; sad
yǎo yào obscure, secluded; refined
yǎo dip, ladle; ladle
yǎo yào corner
yǎo deep and dark; profound, far; vast, obscure, mysterious
yǎo place name in Shanxi province
yǎo shape of a mountain
yǎo immeasurable depth or profundity; extremely abstruse; unfathomable
yǎo farsightedness (as a physical defect); hypermetropia, to look from a distance
yǎo zhàng (same as 障) to separate; to screen, a screen, a veil, a dike, to defend; to guard
yǎo to look at; to see, pretty eyes; (same as 䁏) farsightedness (as a physical defect); hypermetropia, to look from a distance
yǎo a young tailed deer
rǎo ráo yǎo graceful, charming, fascinating
yǎo a kind of flag, flags; streamers
yǎo (Cant.) curving upwards
ǒu yǎo the ribs
liǎo liào yǎo bright, clear; clear-sighted
yǎo name of a fabulous horse
è yǎo (same as 鷊) a kind of bird, a kind of grass, (same as ) a fabulous sea bird
yǎo jiāo yāo to chew; to bite
jiào shǎn yǎo (same as, non-classical form of 皭) pure white; clean; bright, usually used for person's name in ancient times
yǎo wěi call
yǎo (same as 咬) to gnaw; to bite

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