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forked; bifurcation
tooth, molars, teeth; serrated
zhá crush by weight; grind
same as 壓 , to press; to oppress; to crush; pressure
shū roll, bolt of cloth; foot
cover; KangXi radical 146
express surprise, be surprised
Asia; second
yàn yān dislike, detest, reject; satiate
press; oppress; crush; pressure
Asia; second
ya particle used to express surprise or mild emphasis; (Cant.) slurred form of the number ten
forked branches, stone roller, to roll, to stop; to detain; to prohibit, to clutch; to grasp
qìa fear; dread; fright; scare, crafty; low cunning
xíe shé wrong, evil, depraved, vicious, perverse, heterodox
to go to meet, to receive, as a guest
yái precipice, shore, bank; surname
the coconut tree; rim
zhá crush by weight; grind
qín of tiger, to roar
xía mortgage, pledge; deposit; to pawn; to arrest, detain, guard
Asia; second; used as a prefix to names
è dumb, mute; become hoarse
character used in place names
take; hold; give forcefully
crow; Corvus species (various)
xía jǐa cage, pen for wild animals
zhá forty bundles of rice plant, panicled millet, (same as 芽) sprout; shoot; bud
mutual term of address used by sons-in-law; a brother-in-law
dangerous; hazardous; difficult; trouble, disaster or distress, name of a place
to grind, to calender, to polish; to roll with a stone roller
(a corrupted form) net for catching rabbit
a chariot, carriage; a carriage pull-bar
dumb, mute; become hoarse
plant louse, aphids
bud, sprout, shoot
argonium
the forking branch of a tree
moist, wet, dampen
㿿 wine cups
duck; Anas species (various)
soft steel; ammonium
a place in eastern Shandong
shore, bank, water's edge
express surprise, be surprised
qìe earthenware (a basin; a pot; a bowl; a crock with a narrow opening)
dumb
(a simplified form ) a kind of rice plant, shaking and waving of the rice plant
jíe qìa short (dialect) to curry favor; to toady; to flatter; to try hard to please
pretend to be delicate and beautiful, to hang or be hanged, to be in suspension; unfounded
è dumb, mute; become hoarse
yái cliff, precipice; precipitous
mutual term of address used by sons-in-law; a brother-in-law
character used in place names
drive, ride; chariot; manage
yái cliff, precipice; precipitous
take; hold; give forcefully
asses braying, shortwindedness; hiccough, asthmatic breathing, supposed upward motion of the spirit (in Chinese herb medicine), to exhaust; extreme
argonium
(interchangeable 亞) the next in order; secondary; second (in excellence), inferior; lower
to pull up, to eradicate
elegant, graceful, refined
the forking branch of a tree
the sheat-fish
jíe the square peck-shaped box half-way up a Chinese flagstaff
zhá sluice; flood gate, canal lock
jùn to accumulate; to amass; to store up, superior, handsome, refined, eminent
a chariot, carriage; a carriage pull-bar
public office; official residence
dark black, black
xīe rest, stop, lodge
yái corner of eye; stare
dumb
yàn yān dislike, detest, reject; satiate
jíe stone tablet
to choke; the throat chocked and unable to breath smoothly
cén yín (same as 霪) to rain cats and dogs for a long time, incessant rain
crow, raven; Corvus species (various)
soft steel; ammonium
duck; Anas species (various)
a fierce man-eating animal in legend
sound of the door
xiào a small boat connected to the back of a big boat; used to load the passengers, cargo or goods, warship, a kind of tools used to capsize
press; oppress; crush; pressure
yán face, facial appearance
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.

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chěn hǔi nòu shèn tíng
timid; weak and dulll
yán face, facial appearance
ān yàn quail; Coturnix coturnix
soft steel; ammonium

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