Num. Index: 71S.80-3     tsuh    . [Var. of 蹙]

Num. Index: 72.72     ㄒㄧㄣ xin1    .
N.(1) The heart: 心臟 xin1zang4↓;
心悸,心跳 palpitation of the heart;
心驚肉跳 tremble with fear;
心漏病 hole in heart.
(2) The mind, intelligence: 心知,心智 xin1zhi1, xin1zhi41↓;
勞心 do mental work (opp. 勞力 manual work);
心勞日拙 at wit's end;
身心舒服 body and mind at ease;
專心 concentrate one's mind;
決心 set one's mind to;
細心 carefully;
粗心 unthinkingly.
(3) Feeling, thinking: 心中不安 do not feel at ease;
滿心 wish intensely;
平心而論 to be quite fair;
放心,安心 to feel free to do s.t., not to worry;
稱心,快心 feel happy;
醉心 be “crazy”about s.t.;
正心 set right one's purpose in life, set heart in the right place;
動心 aroused, tempted;
寬心 be relaxed;
耐心 persistent, -ce;
良心 conscience;
好心,好心腸 a good heart;
壞心 malice;
出於本心 from one's heart;
誠心 sincere, -ly,-rity;
虧心 do s.t., against conscience;
齊心 with one mind all together;
存心 with the intention to;
忠心,赤心,丹心 loyal, -ty;
熱心 enthusiasm;
多心 oversensitive;
灰心 disappointed, give up hope;
死心 give up;
不在心上 not on one's mind;
心下不安 feel uneasy;
心G頭 in one's mind or heart.
(4) Affection, love: 你知道我的心 you know how I truly feel;
心愛的人 the one I love, sweetheart;
知心友 bosom friend;
心心相印 wholehearted response, their love is reciprocal;
心頭肉,心肝 sweetheart;
我的心肝 my darling;
心尖子,心上人 ditto.
(5) 心+vb. or adj., describing different states of mind: 心愛 to love;
心安 feel at ease;
心契 bosom friend;
心動 be moved, aroused;
心蕩神馳 feel excited;
distracted;
心煩意亂 confused and worried;
心服,心折 admire from the heart;
心浮 flightly, not steady;
心甘 willing;
心不甘 unwilling;
心高 lofty-minded, aiming at big thing;
心寒 frightened, shudder at the thought;
心狠 cruel, brutal;
心慌 dismayed;
心灰 disappointed, disenchanted;
心活 moved to action;
心照不宣 no need to say how grateful I am;
心焦,心急 tense, nervous with worry;
心淨 mind cleared of worries, at ease;
心肯 willing at heart;
心曠神怡 completely relaxed and happy;
心領 decline a gift while appreciate the thought, appreciate advice;
心熱 enthusiastic for some cause;
心 softhearted;
心散 distracted, unable to concentrate;
心賞 to appreciate;
心閒 relaxed, mind at ease;
心說 think in one's mind without expressing in words;
心虛 guilty, afraid of being found out;
心許(usu. a girl) to love a man silently, willing to marry him;
心酸 feel pity, grieved;
心碎 heartbroken;
心疼 to love (child, woman), heart aches for;
心跳 heart palpitates;
心痛,痛心疾首 regret, deplore greatly;
心醉 feel fascinated, “crazy”;
心癢 itch to do s.t., feel tickled mentally;
心儀其人 admire a person;
心猿意馬 prone to outside attractions, temptations, in a restless and jumpy mood.
(6) Center: 圓心 center of circle;
核心 core, nucleus;
實心 solid;
空心 hollow;
向心力 centripetal force;
離心力 centrifugal force;
地心 center of earth;
地心吸力 gravity;
手心,腳心 center of palm, sole;
湖心,江心 center of lake, river.
Words1. 心病 xin1bing4, n., some secret concern, longing, desire;
2. 心病 xin1bing4, n., a person's touchy or sensitive point.
3. 心腸 xin1chang2, n., (1) heart as representing emotions of love, tenderness, hardness, concern;
4. 心腸 xin1chang2, n., (2) (xin1chang0) mood, state of mind: 沒有甚麼心腸看戲 in no mood to enjoy a play.
5. 心掣 xin1che4, n., (Chin. med.) angina pectoris.
6. 心竅 xin1qiao4, n., resourcefulness, intelligence, cunning: 有心竅 very resourceful (lit., “an opening of the hear”supposed to do the thinking).
7. 心氣 xin1chi4, n., (Chin. med.) a term used to indicate strength of heart beat;
8. 心氣 xin1chi4, n., 心氣兒 person's mood or state of mind.
9. 心情 xin1qing2, n., state of mind, how one feels (happy, not so good, etc.).
10. 心傳 xin1chuan2, n., personal teachings of master to pupil;
11. 心傳 xin1chuan2, n., also esoteric teachings.
12. 心曲 xin1qU1, n., corner of one's heart, hidden feelings.
13. 心膽 xin1dan3, n., courage, gall, guts.
14. 心得 xin1de2, n., personal insight, individual's understanding or discovery.
15. 心電圖 xin1dian4tu2, n., cardiogram.
16. 心地 xin1di4, n., (1) disposition (kind, cruel, narrow, broad, etc.);
17. 心地 xin1di4, n., (2) intentions (good, bad);
18. 心地 xin1di4, n., (3) brains: 心地糊塗 muddle headed.
19. 心法 xin1fa3, n., (Budd.) personal insight or understanding, aside from study of scriptures.
20. 心房 xin1fang2, n., ventricles and auricles of the heart.
21. 心腹 xin1fu4 (xin1fu0), n., (1) trusted aides, confidant: 心腹話 confidential talk, heart to heart talk;
22. 心腹 xin1fu4 (xin1fu0), n., (2) 心'a central territory, strategic area;
23. 心腹 xin1fu4 (xin1fu0), n., (3) one's inner feelings.
24. 心肝 xin1gan1, n., (1) courage, life ambition;
25. 心肝 xin1gan1, n., (2)我的心肝 my sweetheart;
26. 心肝 xin1gan1, n., (3) conscience: 無心肝 without conscience.
27. 心花 xin1hua1, n., in 心花怒放 greatly elated, excited.
28. 心火 xin1huo3, n., (1) tenseness, nervous excitement;
29. 心火 xin1huo3, n., (2) (Chin. med.) body's heat.
30. 心齊 xin1zhai1, n., (AC) “fasting of the heart,” deep concentration.
31. 心證 xin1zheng4, n., (Budd.) realization of truth of teachings in scriptures by personal experience.
32. 心 xin1ji01 (xin1ji0), n., a person's motives as shown in actions.
33. 心機 xin1ji12 (xin1ji0), n., (1)mental cleverness, agility;
34. 心機 xin1ji12 (xin1ji0), n., (2) brooding.
35. 心絞痛 xin1jiao3tong4, n., angina pectoris.
36. 心匠 xin1jiang4, n., mental planning or projection, mental creation behind art products.
37. 心計 xin1ji41, n., calculations, forethought, planning.
38. 心悸 xin1ji42, n., palpitation.
39. 心境 xin1jing4, n., state of mind (sorrowful, relaxed, etc.).
40. 心筋阻塞 xin1jin1zu3se4, n., myocardial occlusion.
41. 心旌 xin1jing11, n., stirring of the mind.
42. 心經 xin1jing12, n., (1) a Budd. sutra;
43. 心經 xin1jing12, n., (2) 走心經 use the head (in meeting difficulties).
44. 心疾 xin1ji2, n., (1) a heart condition;
45. 心疾 xin1ji2, n., (2) mental disorder.
46. 心知 xin1zhi1, n., intelligence, the mind, consciousness.
47. 心智 xin1zhi41, n., intelligence, wisdom.
48. 心志 xin1zhi42, n., ambition, purpose.
49. 心坎(兒) shin-kaan (xin1ka3er0), n., (1) bosom, heartstrings, innner most feelings: 聽這話撞在心坎上 these words touched him to the quick;
50. 心坎(兒) shin-kaan (xin1ka3er0), n., 姊妹兩人都是他心坎上的人 both the two sisters are his bosom friends;
51. 心坎(兒) shin-kaan (xin1ka3er0), n., (2) the chest, the location of the heart.
52. 心口 xin1kou3, n., (1) the center of the chest;
53. 心口 xin1kou3, n., (2) 心口如一 what one says is indeed what one thinks.
54. 心孔 xin1kong3, n., the heart.
55. 心G xin1li0, n., (1) location of the heart;
56. 心G xin1li0, n., (2) in the mind: 把這事放在心G remember a warning, threat, insult, etc.;
57. 心G xin1li0, n., (3) feeling: 心G不安 do not feel at ease;
58. 心G xin1li0, n., (4) love: 我心G只有你 I love only you;
59. 心G xin1li0, n., 心G份 (harbor) a grudge, etc.;
60. 心G xin1li0, n., 心G勁兒 an unexpressed feeling (of hatred, hostility, etc.).
61. 心力 xin1li4, n., mental exertion, will, energy.
62. 心理 xin1li3, n., what one feels or thinks about a situation;
63. 心理 xin1li3, n., 心理學 psychology;
64. 心理 xin1li3, n., 心理作用 psychological factor, imagination as opp. fact.
65. 心靈 xin1ling2, (1) n., the mind, the soul, the spirit;
66. 心靈 xin1ling2, (2) adj., mentally quick, alert.
67. 心路(兒) (xin1lu0) xin1lu4(er0), n., method of thinking;
68. 心路(兒) (xin1lu0) xin1lu4(er0), n., wit.
69. 心盲 xin1mang2, n., blindness due to psychic origin.
70. 心苗 xin1miao2, n., budding of an idea;
71. 心苗 xin1miao2, n., the mind as subject to growth, change.
72. 心目 xin1mu4, n., (in the )mind's eye, regard: 心目中只有他一人 set his (her) mind on one person.
73. 心囊 xin1nang2, n., (physiol.) pericardium.
74. 心聲 xin1sheng1, n., the voice of the heart.
75. 心神 xin1shen2, n., state of mind: 心神不定 distracted, the mind wanders.
76. 心想 xin1xiang3, v.i., think: 我心想他準不來了 I think he will not come.
77. 心象 xin1xiang4, n., mental image.
78. 心性 xin1xing4, n., a person's disposition.
79. 心行 xin1xing2, n., a man's thoughts and conduct.
80. 心術 xin1shu4, n., (1) calculating mind, sincerity or lack of it.
81. 心室 xin1shi41, n., ventricles, see xin1fang2↑.
82. 心事 xin1shi42, n., one's private, esp., personal affairs.
83. 心血 xin1xUe4, n., (labor which taxes) one's brains, hearfelt labor, labor of love.
84. 心緒 xin1xU4 (xin1xU0), n., state of mind (disturbed, etc.).
85. 心胸 xin1xiong1, n., (a broad, narrow) mind.
86. 心算 xin1suan4, n., see xin1ji12↑.
87. 心思 xin1si1, n., (1) thinking, cogitation;
88. 心思 xin1si1, n., (2) a person's gen. habit of thinking;
89. 心思 xin1si1, n., (3) motive: 誰知他甚麼心思 who knows what he is after?
90. 心思 xin1si1, n., (4) mood: 沒心思聽戲 in no mind to see a play.
91. 心田 xin1tian2, n., heart domain.
92. 心頭 xin1tou2, n., see xin1li1↑.
93. 心臟 xin1zang4, n., the heart organ;
94. 心臟 xin1zang4, n., 心臟病 a heart disease.
95. 心窩(兒)(子) xin1wo1 (xin1er0)(zi0), n., bottom of the heart;
96. 心窩(兒)(子) xin1wo1 (xin1er0)(zi0), n., where one feels.
97. 心眼 xin1yan3, n., point of view (short-sighted, etc.);
98. 心眼 xin1yan3, n., 心眼兒 (a) disposition;
99. 心眼 xin1yan3, n., (b) attention to details, focus of attention: 心眼兒太多 too much attention to details;
100. 心眼 xin1yan3, n., heartstrings.
101. 心藥 xin1yao4, n., psychological treatment.
102. 心意 xin1yi4, n., intention, purpose.
103. 心印 xin1yin4, n., (Budd.) apprecitation of truth by meditation.
104. 心影 xin1ying3, n., mental image.
105. 心願 xin1yUan4, adj. & n., willing, xin1ness.

Num. Index: 72.72     ㄅㄧˋ bi4    .
V.aux. & adv.Must, be certain to;
certainly: 必死 be certain to die;
必是 must be;
必能 must be able to;
必可 will certainly be able to;
未必 cannot be sure;
未必不成 cannot be certain it will fail;
未必如意 cannot be certain to turn out as you wish;
何必 is it necessary to…? why the need (for taking so much trouble, being angry, etc.);
敢必 I can be sure that;
必殺無赦 will be executed according to law;
必不可少 is a necessity;
雖未可必 although one cannot be certain;
必經之路 the only route or point on route which must be passed;
必傳之作 work destined to go down to posterity;
必定 bi4ding4, 必需,必須 bi4xU11,2↓.
Words1. 必必剝剝 bi4bi4bo4bo4, v.i., crackle (like burning logs).
2. 必得 bi4de2, v.i., must: 必得走一趟 simply have to make a trip;
3. 必得 bi4de2, v.i., 必得如此 must do it this way.
4. 必定 bi4ding4, v.i. & aux., must: 必定失敗 certainly must fail.
5. 必方 bi4fang1, n., mythical god of fire (also wr. 畢方).
6. 必恭必敬 bi4gong1bi2jing4, adj. & adv., phr., very polite(ly).
7. 必然 bi4ran2, adj. & n., (the) inevitable, the logically necessary: 必然之事 or 事有必然 the necessary and inevitable, what is bound to happen;
8. 必然 bi4ran2, adj. & n., 必然性 bi4ran2xing4, n., inevitability.
9. 必修科 bi4shiuke1, n., (in school) compulsory subject or course.
10. 必需 bi4xU11, v.t., need, vitally need (a thing, help, etc.): 必需品 a necessity (during travel, etc.);
11. 必需 bi4xU11, dist. from 必須 bi4xU12, an aux. vb.↓
12. 必須 bi4xU12, v.i. & t. & aux., must: 必須看他 must see him.
13. 必要 bi4yao4, v.i. & t. & n., a need, need to, certainly want to: 我必要去 I am determined to go;
14. 必要 bi4yao4, v.i. & t. & n., 沒有必要 there is no need.

Num. Index: 80.00     ㄑㄧㄢˊ qian2    .
V.i.(LL) to go forward: 勇往直前 march forward fearlessly;
不前 to hang back.
Adj.(1) In front, forward: 前面,前邊 qian2mian4, qian2bian1↓;
前排 the front row;
前鋒 qian2feng1↓;
前呼後擁 (of important personage) with escorts in front and behind;
前仰後合 stagger forward and back;
前仆後繼 (in battle) as those in front fall, those behind take up their positions;
前車可鑒 where a car in front flounders serves as warning to those behind-learn from s.o.'s past mistakes;
前前後後 from front to rear, altogether;
向前 forward;
目前,眼前 at present (“close before one's eyes”);
面前 in s.o.'s presence.
(2) Preceding: 前夜 night before last;
前天,前日,前年 qian2tian1, qian2ri4, qian2nian2↓;
前月 preceding month;
前夫,前妻 former husband, wife;
前任總統 the former president;
前總統,首相 ex-president, ex-premier;
前次 the last time;
前度劉郎 phr., former lover comes back;
前功盡棄 all previous work undone.
(3) Past, of earlier times: 前王,前朝 the past kings, dynasty, -ies;
前哲,前賢,前脩 the wise men of the past;
前愆 former mistakes;
盡捐前嫌 let bygones be bygones, forget the past animosity between two parties;
前無古人 unprecedented (character, event).
Adv.(1) Forward: 前來 come forward;
前往 go forward or to some definite place;
前往法國 go to France;
往前走 go forward.
(2) Ahead, beforehand: 前定 predestined, decided beforehand;
前知 have prescience, to know beforehand, prophesy.
Words1. 前輩 qian2bei4, n., the elder generation (uncles, older alumni).
2. 前邊 qian2bian1, adv., in front.
3. 前塵 qian2chen2, n., (“old track”) the past: 回首前塵 to recall the past events.
4. 前程 qian2cheng2, n., prospect, future career: 前程保不住了 I am afraid (his) career is finished.
5. 前妻 qian2chi1, n., former wife.
6. 前情 qian2qing2, n., (1) preceding circumstances;
7. 前情 qian2qing2, n., (2) the past (between lovers).
8. 前驅 qian2qU1, n., foreunner, vanguard.
9. 前導 qian2dao3, n., pioneer, one who shows the way (also 先導).
10. 前定 qian2ding4, adj., predestined.
11. 前敵 qian2di2, n., battle front.
12. 前番 qian2fan1, adj. & adv., the last time.
13. 前方 qian2fang1, n., (1) the front of battle;
14. 前方 qian2fang1, n., (2) the place ahead.
15. 前鋒 qian2feng1, n., (mil.) vanguard (also 先鋒).
16. 前夫 qian2fu1, n., former husband.
17. 前和 qian2he2, n., the front end of coffin.
18. 前後 qian2hou4, adv. phr., (1) in front and back;
19. 前後 qian2hou4, adv. phr., (2) before and after (usu. showing a difference): 他說的話前後不同 there's a difference between what he says now and what he said before;
20. 前後 qian2hou4, adv. phr., 前後腳兒 one following another.
21. 前回 qian2hui2, adv., the last time.
22. 前兆 qian2zhao4, n., an augury, an omen.
23. 前者 qian2zhe3, n., the former (opp. 後者 the latter).
24. 前進 qian2jin4, (1) adj., progressive (author, country, etc.);
25. 前進 qian2jin4, (2) v.i., go forward.
26. 前景 qian2jing3, n., the foreground of a painting.
27. 前箸 qian2zhu4, n., see 箸 92A.41.
28. 前知 qian2zhi11, (1) v.i., foretell the future;
29. 前知 qian2zhi11, (2) n., a seer;
30. 前知 qian2zhi11, n., foreknowledge, prescience.
31. 前肢 qian2zhi12, n., forelegs, forelimbs, of an animal.
32. 前置詞 qian2zhi4ci2, n., (gram.) preposition (also called 介詞).
33. 前科 qian2ke1, n., record of previous crime;
34. 前科 qian2ke1, n., 前科犯 ex-convict (law).
35. 前例 qian2li4, n., precedent.
36. 前馬 qian2ma3, n., (AC) a stable servant who leads the horse for his master.
37. 前茅 qian2mao2, n., see 茅 20A.00.
38. 前面 qian2mian4, adv., (1) in front;
39. 前面 qian2mian4, adv., (2) (what is said or mentioned) above, also n., the above.
40. 前母 qian2mu3, n., father's former wife (in relation to stepmother's child).
41. 前年 qian2nian2, adv., year before last.
42. 前任 qian2ren4, n., predecessor in office.
43. 前人 qian2ren2, n., (1) the people of the past;
44. 前人 qian2ren2, n., (2) person referred to above (esp. in anthology).
45. 前日 qian2ri4, adv., day before yesterday.
46. 前哨 qian2shao4, n., the forward patrol, sentry.
47. 前身 qian2shen1, n., (1) the previous incarnation (also qian2sheng1↓);
48. 前身 qian2shen1, n., (2) the precursor of an organization.
49. 前生 qian2sheng1, n., the previous incarnation.
50. 前線 qian2xian4, n., the military front;
51. 前線 qian2xian4, n., the front line of battle.
52. 前項 qian2xiang4, n., (1) (math.) antecedent;
53. 前項 qian2xiang4, n., (2) the clause above;
54. 前項 qian2xiang4, n., the matter referred to above.
55. 前夕 qian2xi4, n., (1) the night before last;
56. 前夕 qian2xi4, n., (2) the eve (of revolution).
57. 前手 qian2shou3, n., predecessor;
58. 前手 qian2shou3, n., (comm.) former owner.
59. 前巿 qian2shi41, n., forenoon stock market.
60. 前世 qian2shi42, n., (1) former generation(s);
61. 前世 qian2shi42, n., (2) (Budd.) previous incarnation(s).
62. 前臺 qian2tai2, n., the stage, opp. 後臺 (台) backstage.
63. 前天 qian2tian1, adv., day before yesterday.
64. 前提 qian2ti2, n., (1) (logic) the premise;
65. 前提 qian2ti2, n., (2) the first concern (of the nation, undertaking, etc.).
66. 前頭 qian2tou0, adv., (1) in front, ahead;
67. 前頭 qian2tou0, adv., (2) before: 三年前頭 three years ago.
68. 前此 qian2ci3, adv., up to now, until now.
69. 前途 qian2tu2, (1) n., prospect, the road ahead;
70. 前途 qian2tu2, (2) pron., (in letters) indirect reference to a third party: 請轉告前途 please convey the message to Mr. So and so.
71. 前奏 qian2zou4, n., (mus.) prelude, overture;
72. 前奏 qian2zou4, n., prelude to an event.
73. 前晚 qian2wan3, n., evening before last.
74. 前} qian2wei4, n., vanguard, avantgarde.
75. 前言 qian2yan2, n., (1) earlier promise or statement;
76. 前言 qian2yan2, n., (2) foreword to a book.
77. 前因 qian2yin1, n., antecedents of course of events: 前因後果 causes and effects;
78. 前因 qian2yin1, n., the sequence of events in a story.
79. 前綠 qian2yUan2, n., predestination (for lovers, enemies).

Num. Index: 80.00     ㄗㄨㄣ zun1    .
N.(1) A title of respect: 尊長 zun1zhang3↓;
令尊 (court.) your father;
尊大人 ditto;
府尊 a prefect;
邑尊 a city magistrate;
縣尊 a country magistrate.
(2) (U.f.樽) a bottle, a cup, a goblet.
(3) An image or statue of a god or the Buddha.
V.t.To respect , revere, venerate: 尊重 zun1zhong4, 尊敬 zun1jing4↓;
尊王攘夷 honor the king and drive off the barbarians;
V.t.尊師重道 honor the teacher and respect his teachings.
Adj.(1) Venerable, honorable, respectable: 尊貴 zun1gui4↓.
(2) High (opp. 卑low): 天尊地卑 the sky above and the earth below.
(3) Your: 尊處 zun1chu4, 尊府 zun1fu32, 尊駕zun1jia4, 尊命zun1ming4, 尊祖 zun1zu31↓.
Words1. 尊卑 zun1bei1, (1) adj., high and low;
2. 尊卑 zun1bei1, (2) n., superiors and inferiors, elders and children.
3. 尊稱 zong1cheng1, n., your respectful name.
4. 尊前 zun1qian2, phr., polite salutation used in letters to elders (“may I beg to lay this before you?”);
5. 尊前 zun1qian2, phr., (尊u.f. 樽) (poet.) before wine cups, i.e., while drinking together.
6. 尊親屬 zun1qin1shu3, n., (civil code) one's parents, grand-parents, great-grandparents, and other relatives of similar ranks.
7. 尊處 zun1chu4, n., (court.) your home, the place where you live or work.
8. 尊崇 zun1chong2, v.t., to honor, respect, hold in high regard.
9. 尊大人 zun1dahrern, n., your esteemed father.
10. 尊夫人 zu3furern, n., (court.) your (charming) wife.
11. 尊甫 zun1fu31, n., your eminent father.
12. 尊府 zun1fu32, n., (1) your residence (home);
13. 尊府 zun1fu32, n., (2) your eminent father.
14. 尊貴 zun1gui4, adj., (of persons) respectable, honorable.
15. 尊公 zun1gong1, n., (AC) your esteemed father.
16. 尊號 zun1hao4, n., (1) titular honors conferred on the king, queen or other members of the royal family: 上尊號 to confer such honors;
17. 尊號 zun1hao4, n., (2) your poetic name, see 號 40S.70.
18. 尊侯 zun1hou2, n., (court.) (MC) your esteemed father.
19. 尊長 zun1zhang3, n., one's elders or superiors.
20. 尊者 zun1zhe3, n., (1) one's elders;
21. 尊者 zun1zhe3, n., (2) (Budd.) a saint, a sage.
22. 尊駕 zun1jia4, n., your good self, esp. with reference to movements (駕=carriage).
23. 尊紀 zun1ji4, n., (LL, court.) your servant.
24. 尊敬 zun1jing4, v.t., to honor, respect, venerate, revere.
25. 尊重 zun1zhong4, v.t., esteem, value highly;
26. 尊重 zun1zhong4, v.t., respect (rights of privacy, etc.).
27. 尊君 zun1jUn1, (1) n., (LL) your esteemed father;
28. 尊君 zun1jUn1, (2) phr., philosophy of elevating and upholding power of a monarch.
29. 尊閫 zun1kun3, n., (LL, court.) your (honored) wife.
30. 尊老 zun1lao3, n., (1) to respect the aged people;
31. 尊老 zun1lao3, n., (2) (LL) elderly parents.
32. 尊門 zun1men2, n., (LL, court.) your home, residence.
33. 尊命 zun1ming4, n., your wishes (request), instructions.
34. 尊容 zun1rong21, n., (1) your looks (appearance), generally used in complim. sense but also occasionally to show contempt. 看你那副尊容 see what a spectacle you are!
35. 尊容 zun1rong21, n., (2) the dignified appearance of the Buddha.
36. 尊榮 zun1rong22, n., dignity and honor.
37. 尊生 zun1sheng1, phr., to respect life.
38. 尊顯 zun1xian3, adj., enjoying high social position.
39. 尊姓 zun1xing4, phr., (court.) your name;
40. 尊姓 zun1xing4, phr., may I know your name?
41. 尊屬 zun1shu3, n., (1) relatives of higher ranks than oneself;
42. 尊屬 zun1shu3, n., (2) your relatives.
43. 尊師 zun1si4, (1) n., a Taoist priests;
44. 尊師 zun1si4, (2) phr., to respect one's teacher: 尊師重道 (see V.t.↑).
45. 尊兄 zun1xiong1, n., (1) your brother;
46. 尊兄 zun1xiong1, n., (2) “my dear elder brother,”used in letters between friends.
47. 尊宿 zun1su4, n., (Budd.) a venerable old monk.
48. 尊堂 zun1tang2, n., your venerable mother.
49. 尊祖 zun1zu31, n., your grandfather.
50. 尊俎 zun1zu32, n., plates and dishes (also wr. 樽): 折動尊(樽)俎 be sent on a diplomatic mission, serve as a diplomat.
51. 尊翁 zun1weng1, n., your eminent father.
52. 尊嚴 zun1yan2, adj. & n., dignfied, -ity.
53. 尊彝 zun1yi2, n., anc. ceremonial vessels.

Num. Index: 80.00-9      zi1         (*ㄗˋ zi4    ).
V.i.To grow, multiply: 孳生,慈息,慈衍 zi1sheng1, zi1xi2, zi1yan3↓.
Adj. & adv.(1) Persistent, -ly: 孳孳 zi1zi1↓.
(2) Thriving:孳茂 zi1mouh↓.
Words1. 孳茂 zi1mouh, adj., luxuriant plant growth.
2. 孳乳 zi1ru3, v.i., (of cells) to grow, multiply;
3. 孳乳 zi1ru3, v.i., (of words, characters, meaning) grow or acquire new derived forms or meanings.
4. 孳生 zi1sheng1, v.i., to multiply (as plants).
5. 孳息 zi1xi2, v.i., (cattle) multiply.
6. 孳孳 zi1zi1, adv., perseveringly (=孜孜): 孳孳為利 work morning till night for money;
7. 孳孳 zi1zi1, adv., 孳孳為善 to persevere in doing good.
8. 孳尾 *zi4wei3, v.t., (AC) (of animals) copulate.
9. 孳衍 zi1yan3, v.i., see zi1xi2↑.

Num. Index: 80.00     ㄉㄠˋ dao4     (sp. pr. daau).
N.Guide: 先導,前導,嚮導 guide;
領導 leader.
V.t.(Oft. daau) to guide, instruct, show the way: 領導 to lead (any group);
指導 guide, instruct, show how;
誘導 induce or guide toward right conduct;
導致 to lead to, to result in, cause.
Words1. 導播 dao4bo2, v.i. & n., broadcast.
2. 導管 dao4guan3, n., pipe, duct.
3. 導火線 dao4huo3xian4, n., fuse, (lit. & fig.).
4. 導論 dao4lun4, n., introduction (to book).
5. 導線 dao4xian4, n., guideline.
6. 導向系統 dao4xiang4xi4tong3, n., (astron.) guidance system.
7. 導師 dao4si4, n., tutor.
8. 導言 dao4yan2, n., foreword (to book).
9. 導體 dao4ti3, n., (phys.) conductor;
10. 導體 dao4ti3, n., 半導體 semiconductor.
11. 導演 dao4yan3, v.t. & n., to direct, director (of play).

Num. Index: 80.01     ㄕㄨㄛˋ shou4    .
N.A long spear, lance.

Num. Index: 80.02     ㄧㄤˇ yang3         (*ㄧㄤˋ yang4    ). [Abbr. □]
N.Nourishment: 營養 ditto;
營養不足 malnutrition.
V.t.(1) To keep (dogs, sheep, mistress, etc.), to raise (poultry, cabbage, etc.): 養漢 (of woman) keep a man-lover;
養小老婆 keep mistress;
養虎貽患 keep a tiger puppy and regret it afterwards.
(2) To raise to maturity, to bring up (children), to care for: 養育 yang1yU4↓;
撫養 bring up (children);
培養人材 to train men (for profession);
養護 to protect (the young);
收養 to adopt (children), take in (orphans);
扶養 to take care of (the aged, sick);
贍養 to support parents.
(3) To feed, keep alive: 飼養 to feed (animals, babies);
養尊處優 to live a comfortable, wellfed life;
養寇 to be lenient towards bandits and let them grow;
養賊 to harbor s.o. who later will do one harm;
養癱,養疽 to let an ulcer grow and fail to cut it in time.
(4) To give birth: 養孩子 give birth to children.
(5) To cure: 養病 convalesce, to recuperate from illness;
休養,保養,靜養 rest and recuperate.
(6) To train, nourish, cultivate (character, ambition): 養成 yang3cheng2↓;
養心,養性,養生 yang3xin1, yang3xing4, yang3sheng1↓;
養精蓄銳 to harness one's spiritual resources;
涵養 mental and moral culture, mental reserve;
養晦,養拙 yang3hui4, yang3zhuo2↓.
Adj.Foster (parents, etc.): 養父,養子 yang1fu4, yang1zi3, etc.↓.
Words1. 養病 yang3bing4, v.i., to recuparate after illness.
2. 養兵 yang3bing1, phr., keep an army.
3. 養成 yang3cheng2, v.i., to train, grow, raise (s.t.), to become: 養成習慣 develop a habit;
4. 養成 yang3cheng2, v.i., 養成無賴 grow to become a ne'er-do-well.
5. 養氣 yang3chi4, phr., nourish the spirit: 養吾浩然之氣 (孟子) nourish my vital spirit or spirit of fearlessness.
6. 養親 yang4qin1, phr., to support and serve parents.
7. 養分 yang3fen4, n., nutritive value of food.
8. 養蜂 yang3feng1, phr., to keep bees.
9. 養父 yang3fu4, n., foster father.
10. 養 yan3ge1, v.i., to recuperate from an illness.
11. 養和 yang3he2, phr., to obey rules of physical and mental health, reason of health.
12. 養晦 yang3hui4, phr., (AC) to live in retirement to bide one's time, keep growing in spirit while keeping away from public life.
13. 養護 yang3hu4, v.t., to look after (children).
14. 養活 yang3huo0, v.i. & t., (1) to make a living;
15. 養活 yang3huo0, v.i. & t., (2) to feed (a family).
16. 養家 yang3jia1, phr., to support a family;
17. 養家 yang3jia1, phr., 養家兒 (AC) madame of a brothel;
18. 養家 yang3jia1, phr., 養家人 (MC) (1) a local resident with a family;
19. 養家 yang3jia1, phr., (2) husband.
20. 養濟 yang3ji4, v.i. & t., (1) to convalesce;
21. 養濟 yang3ji4, v.i. & t., (2) to support (parents).
22. 養靜 yang3jing4, phr., to cultivate mental calm.
23. 養珠 yang3zhu1, n., cultured pearl.
24. 養拙 yang3zhuo2, phr., (LL) to enjoy obscurity as a matter of culture.
25. 養志 yang4zhi4, phr., (1) to nourish or keep alive one's ambition;
26. 養志 yang4zhi4, phr., (2) (*yang4) (AC) to continue to do what one's parents wanted for life.
27. 養口 yang2kou3, phr., to eat: 尋些野味養口 to find some wild game for food.
28. 養老 yang2lao3, phr., (1) (AC) to honor and serve the aged;
29. 養老 yang2lao3, phr., (2) to live on pension;
30. 養老 yang2lao3, phr., 養老金 old age pension.
31. 養廉 yaang-liarn (yang3lian), phr., to encourage officials' honesty by paying sufficient salaries.
32. 養料 yang3liao4, n., nutrition;
33. 養料 yang3liao4, n., feed for animals.
34. 養路 yang3lu4, phr., to maintain roads in good repair;
35. 養路 yang3lu4, phr., 養路費 tax for road maintenance.
36. 養母 yang2mu3, n., foster mother.
37. 養娘 yang3niang2, n., (MC) maid;
38. 養娘 yang3niang2, n., a wet nurse.
39. 養女 yang2nU3, n., foster daughter.
40. 養贍 yang3shan4, v.t., to support (parents, family).
41. 養身 yang3shen1, phr., to nourish the body, to keep oneself physically fit.
42. 養生 yang3sheng1, v.i. & n., to lead a life in sound health;
43. 養生 yang3sheng1, v.i. & n., hygience: 養生之道 way of keeping good health;
44. 養生 yang3sheng1, v.i. & n., 養生送死 (AC) the basic filial duties of serving parents while living and giving proper burial.
45. 養神 yang3shen2, phr., to refresh one's spirit by keeping quiet for a period.
46. 養性 yang3xing4, phr., to maintain one's original pure character, cultivate mental poise.
47. 養心 yang3xin1, v.i., cultivate mental calm.
48. 養媳 yang3xi2, n., (for 童養媳) a daughter-in-law brought to husband's family while still a child.
49. 養子 yang2zi3, (1) n., foster child;
50. 養子 yang2zi3, (2) (AC) phr., give birth to child.
51. 養望 yang3wang4, phr., (LL) to nourish, cultivate a reputation.
52. 養養 yang2yang3, adj., (AC) uneasy.
53. 養育 yang3yU4, v.i. & t., to bring up (child): 養育之恩 (gratitude for) the love and care from childhood.

Num. Index: 80.10     ㄧㄤˊ yang2         (*ㄒㄧㄤˊ xiang2    ).
N.(1) (yang2er0) Sheep, goat: 山羊 goat;
□羊 sheep;
公羊,牡羊 ram;
母羊,牝羊 ewe;
羚羊 antelope;
羯羊 a castrated ram;
羊質虎皮 sheep in tiger's skin--a dressed up weakling;
羊c a flock of sheep;
牧羊 a shepherd, to pasture sheep.
(2) A surname.
(3) U.f. 祥 (*xiang2): 吉羊 (=吉祥) good luck.
Words1. 羊白頭 yang2bai2tou2, n., a skin disease showing white specks.
2. 羊腸 yang2chang1, n., as in 羊腸小道 a small winding path.
3. 羊齒 yang2chi3, n., (bot.) bracken, a spidium filixmas.
4. 羊癲風 yang2dian1feng1, n., epilepsy.
5. 羊羔(兒) yang2gao1er0, n., a lamb, a kid.
6. 羊羹 yang2geng1, n., a kind of cake.
7. 羊公鶴 yang2gong1he4, n., (allu.) Mr. Yang's crane, said to dance but unable to do so when called upon to do so--undeserved reputation.
8. 羊毫 yang2hao2, n., writing brush made of wool.
9. 羊角風 yang2jiao0feng1, n., epilepsy, see yang2dian1feng1↑.
10. 羊脂 yang2zhi1, n., suet;
11. 羊脂 yang2zhi1, n., 羊脂玉 fine white tallow jade.
12. 羊躑躅 yang2zhi2zhu2, n., (bot.) the rhododendron (reputed to be “avoided by goats”).
13. 羊車 yang2jU1, n., a goat cart.
14. 羊毛 yang2mao2, n., sheep's wool;
15. 羊毛 yang2mao2, n., 羊毛包 a woolpack.
16. 羊膜 yang2mo2, n., (zoo.) amnion, innermost membrane of sacenclosing embryo.
17. 羊排骨 yang2pai2gu3, n., mutton chops.
18. 羊皮 yang2pi2, n., sheepskin;
19. 羊皮 yang2pi2, n., 羊皮紙 parchment.
20. 羊肉床子 yang2rou0chuang2zi0, n., (coll.) mutton shop.
21. 羊絨 yang2rong2, n., fine wool.
22. 羊乳 yang2ru3, n., (bot.) codonopsis lanceolata.
23. 羊桃 yang2tao2, n., (bot.) averrhoa carambola (also called 五斂子).
24. 羊蹄草 yang2ti2cao3, n., (bot.) the dock.
25. 羊頭 yang2tou2, n., as in 撞羊頭 to ram one's head against the opponent in a fight.
26. 羊駝 yang2tuo2, n., the alpaca.
27. 羊棗 yang2zao3, n., (bot.) a small variety of dates.

Num. Index: 80.11     ㄅㄣˋ ben4    . [Var. 坋]
N.(AC) dust.
V.i.(AC) to gather, together, to splash.
Words1. 坌集 ben4ji2, v.i., (LL) gather at a place.
2. 坌涌 ben4yong3, v.i., (LL) gush up like gas.

Num. Index: 80.11     ㄙㄨˋ su4    .
V.i.To sculpt: 泥塑 clay figure;
雕塑 sculpture;
塑像 v.i. & n., (make) plastic figure, statue.
Words1. 塑膠 su4jiao1, n., plastic (tubes, utensils, etc.), polyester.
2. 塑像 su4xiang4, n., clay statue.

Num. Index: 80.20     ㄅㄧㄥˋ bing4    . [Pop. for 并 90.20]

Num. Index: 80.21     ㄔㄚˋ cha4    . [Related 叉 32.82; cogn. 差80.30]
N.(1) A forked road: 分岔 (road) leads off in different directions: see 岔道,岔路 cha4dao4, cha4lu4↓;
岔批兒 cha4pie1er0↓.
(2) Unexpected or undesirable turn of events: 岔子,岔兒 cha4zi0, cha4er0↓.
(3) Purposeful interruption of talk: 打岔 break off conversation by changing subject, see V.i. & t.1↓.
V.i. & t.(1) To interrupt: 用話岔開 turn conversation into new direction.
(2) To change in voice: 聲音岔了 =his voice caught, became hoarse (and tears followed).
Adj.(1) Incorrect (statement): 這話岔了 what you say is incorrect (cf. 差80.30).
(2) Confused, uncomfortable: 岔眼 cha4yan3↓;
岔氣 cha4chi4↓.
Words1. 岔氣 cha4chi4, n., sudden pains in chest, angina pectoris.
2. 岔曲 cha4qU3, n., a short song in certain type of Chin. opera (cf. 插 曲 10A.21)
3. 岔道 cha4dao4, n., a fork-shaped road crossing;
4. 岔道 cha4dao4, n., a branch road.
5. 岔換 cha4huan4, v.i. & t., to divert (mind): 把心中煩悶岔換岔換 to divert the mind from boredom.
6. 岔口 cha4kou3, n., where the road leads off in another direction.
7. 岔兒 cha4er0, n., (1) see cha4zi0↓;
8. 岔兒 cha4er0, n., (2) broken bits: 缸岔兒,瓦岔兒 broken jars, tiles.
9. 岔路 cha4lu4, n., seecha4dao4↑.
10. 岔批兒 cha4pie1er0, v.i., as in 走岔批兒 go on different roads and miss each other.
11. 岔子 cha4zi0, n., an untoward turn of events: 出了岔子 s.t. untoward has happened.
12. 岔眼 cha4yan3, adj., (horse) takes fright from what it sees.

Num. Index: 80.22      zi1    . [pop. of 茲20A.93]

Num. Index: 80.22     ㄧㄚ ya1    .
N.A forked branch.
Words1. 丫把兒 ya1ba0er0, n., a forked junction: 樹丫把兒 ditto;
2. 丫把兒 ya1ba0er0, n., 手丫把兒,腳丫把兒 joint between fingers, toes.
3. 丫叉 ya1cha1, n., forked junction of branches, of hands.
4. 丫鬟(兒) ya1huan0 (ya1hua1er0), n., slave girl, so-called because girl's hairdo with double coils resembled character 丫 (also wr. 丫嬛;see -'tou↓).
5. 丫頭 ya1tou0, n., a slave girl (see ya1huan0↑);
6. 丫頭 ya1tou0, n., (contempt.) a girl;
7. 丫頭 ya1tou0, n., (formerly, used familiarly by elders) a girl: 這個丫頭 this girl;
8. 丫頭 ya1tou0, n., 丫頭片子 or 片兒 (facet.) little girl.

Num. Index: 80.22     ㄉㄧˋ di4         (*ㄊㄧˋ ti4    ).
N.Younger brother: 舍弟 my brother;
令弟 your brother;
弟兄 brothers;
弟妹 younger brother and sister;
弟男子姪 nephews in gen.;
子弟 the younger generation;
弟 gen. term of reference to self in friendly letters, used in place of “I”;
similarly 愚弟 in letters;
兄弟 in conversation, more rarely 小弟.
Adj.(*ti4) 孝弟 be good son and good brother, see 悌 22A.22;
豈 弟 21.30.
Words1. 弟弟 di4di4, n., younger brother.
2. 弟兄 di4shiung, n., brother (i.e., without specifying elder or youger), dist. 兄弟 (coll.) strictly younger brother;
3. 弟兄 di4shiung, n., comrades in arms.
4. 弟子 di4zi3, n., disciple;
5. 弟子 di4zi3, n., pupil.

Num. Index: 80.22     ㄈㄨˇ fu3    .
N.(fu3zi0) Axe, hatchet.
V.t.(1) (LL) to hew with an axe: 斧木 chop wood, trees.
(2) To trim, hew to the line: 斧削,斧正,斧政 (asking person to) trim, correct one's composition;
斧斤 (AC) hatchet for cutting down trees;
無斧鑿痕 (of masterpiece) without axe marks, i.e., completely without artificiality, showing consummate skill;
資斧 travelling expenses.
Words1. 斧柄 fu3bing4, n., (fig.) control of government (“axe-handle”);
2. 斧柄 fu3bing4, n., also 斧柯 fuuke.
3. 斧鑊 fu3huo4, n., punishment by axe and boiling cauldron.
4. 斧頭 fu3tou2, n., axe.
5. 斧鉞 fu3yUe4, n., axe and hatchet, referring to execution of criminals: 斧鉞之誅.

Num. Index: 80.22     ㄧㄤˇ yang3    . [Abbr. of 養 80.02]

Num. Index: 80.22     ㄐㄧㄢ jian1    .
Pron.Both: 兼得 have both (of the things);
不可得兼 may not have both at one and the same time.
V.t.Bring together, unite in one: 兼并jian1bing4↓;
兼弱攻昧 annex the weak and fall upon the stupid;
兼收並蓄 all-embracing;
兼容並包 all-inclusive, (of interest) catholic;
兼權熟計 give mature consideration to all aspects of a question;
兼營 concurrently operating.
Adj.(1) Both: 兼嗣兩房 be heir to two branches of a family.
(2) Concurrent: 兼職 jian1zhi2↓;
兼業 concurrent business, enterprise.
Adv.(1) Double, twice: 兼人之量 be able to drink (eat, do) twice as much as another.
(2) Also, as well: 兼司他職 also in charge of other duties;
兼辦,兼管 have other functions as well.
(3) Both…and: 品學兼優 (of a student) good both in character and at studies.
Words1. 兼愛 jian1ai4, n., the doctrine of universal love, as advocated by Motse 墨子.
2. 兼并 jian1bing4, v.t., annex (territory).
3. 兼差 jian1chai1, v.i. & n., (hold) concurrent posts.
4. 兼程 jian1cheng2, adv., by forced march day and night.
5. 兼顧 jian1gu4, v.t., look after (two things) at one and the same time;
6. 兼顧 jian1gu4, v.t., take into equal consideration.
7. 兼毫 jian1hao2, n., Chin. writing brush made with a mixture of wolf's and goat's hair.
8. 兼金 jian1jin1, n., gold of the best quality (“twice the value”).
9. 兼職 jian1zhi2, v.i. & n., (hold) concurrent jobs.
10. 兼理 jian1li3, adv., concurrently.
11. 兼任 jian1ren4, adv., concurrently, a concurrent posts.
12. 兼旬 jian1xUn2, n., a period of twenty days.
13. 兼祧 jian1tiao1, v.i., be heir to two branches of family.

Num. Index: 80.22     ㄧㄝˊ ye2    .
N.(1) (Coll.) father: 爺娘 father and mother.
(2) Gen. term of respect for older person, also for master: 老爺 master of house, also address of magistrate;
大爺,二爺 address of master's oldest, second son;
少爺 young master, a gentleman's son, a rich young man: 少爺脾氣 air of a pampered young man.
(3) Grandfather: 爺爺 ye2ye0↓;
太爺 old master: 老太爺 master's father as dist. 老爺 master himself.
Words1. 爺兒倆 yer'lliaa, n., father and son, uncle and nephew, father and daughter, etc.
2. 爺兒們 ye2er0men, n., the menfolks.
3. 爺們兒 ye2meer0, n., seeye2er0men↑.
4. 爺們 ye2men, n., the men, opp. women;
5. 爺們 ye2men, n., the menfolk.
6. 爺娘 ye2niang2, n., parents.
7. 爺爺 ye2ye0, n., (coll.) grandpa;
8. 爺爺 ye2ye0, n., also used of elderly person in clan or village.

Num. Index: 80.30     ㄅㄧㄥˋ bing4    . [Err. var. 並;anc. var.□]
Adv.(1) Furthermore, and also, (LL 並,vern. 並 or 並且): 他來觀光,並訪舊友 he came to visit the place, and also see some old friends;
Adv.他來送禮物,並帶個信 he came to bring some gifts, and also pass a message.
(2) (To reinforce a negative) really: 非如此 not so, but 並非如此 really not so;
我並不知道 I really do not know;
並未聞知,並未見過 really have not heard, seen;
並不至此 not really so bad;
並非無因 not without cause;
並非得已 it is not because I wanted to.
(3) Together, parallel with: 並坐,並立 sit, stand together;
並肩作戰 fight shoulder to shoulder.
(4) Both, equally: 兩樣並重 regard both as equally important;
並行 do both at the same time;
並行不悖 the two do not interfere with one another;
並存 keep both;
並駕齊驅 run neck to neck, share (progress) together, can well stand side by side with.
Words1. 並且 bing4qie3, adv., furthermore, see Adv. 1↑.

Num. Index: 80.30     ㄅㄧㄥˋ bing4    . [Err. var. of 並↑]

Num. Index: 80.30     ㄔㄚ cha1         (*ㄔㄚˋ cha4        , *ㄔㄞ chai1        , * ci1        , *ㄘㄨㄛ cuo1    ).
N.(1) Difference, mathematical difference: 差數,差額 cha1shu4, cha1e2↓;
差別,差異 cha1bie2, cha1yi4↓;
日差,年差 diurnal, annual variation;
週期變差 periodic variation.
(2) (*chai1) A mission, an errand: 差事,差役 chai1si0, chai1yi0↓;
郵差,信差 mailman;
公差 official or business trip;
出差 be sent out on official business;
當差 on duty or serve as employee;
開小差 take French leave, absent without leave.
(3) (re. pr. *ci1) Grade: 等差 gradation (of kinship, status);
差等 cha1deng3↓.
(4) Mistake: 差錯,差誤,差跌 cha1cuo4, cha1wu4, cha1die2↓.
V.t.(1) (*chai1) To send (messenger, errand boy, etc.);
to appoint on duty: 差使,差派,差遣 chai1shi3, chai1pai4, chai1qian3↓.
(2) (*cha4) Differ: 差好多,差得遠 differ a great deal;
差不離(兒)almost right, not too much difference;
差不多 cha4bu4duo1↓;
差一點兒 (cha4idiaaer0) with a tiny diffierence, almost.
Adj.(1) (*cha4) Inferior, bad: 太差了,差極了,差多了 very bad, not up to the mark.
(2) (*ci1) Disorderly, jagged: 參差 mixed, not even;
see 差池 ci1chi2 (2)↓.
Adv.Barely: 差可 will barely do, serve the purpose;
差強人意 barely satisfactory, fair.
Words1. 差別 cha1bie2, n., difference.
2. 差撥 *chai1bo1, (1) v.t., to send (s.o.);
3. 差撥 *chai1bo1, (2) (MC) petty officer.
4. 差不多(兒) *cha4bu4duo1(er0), adj. & adv., almost, good enough: almost (a thousand, finished, fell down, etc.).
5. 差不離(兒) *cha4bu4li2 (cha4bu4lierer0), adv., almost the same, almost right.
6. 差遣 *chai1qian3, v.t., to send (servant, employee, etc.).
7. 差池 cha1chi2, (1) n., (a) (also wr. 差遲) s.t. gone wrong, untoward accident;
8. 差池 cha1chi2, (1) n., (b) mistake in commitment: 若有半點差池,我手G不能放過你 shall not forgive you if there's the slightest mistake;
9. 差池 cha1chi2, (2) (*ci1chi2) adj., as in 差池其羽 (AC) its feathers are ruffled.
10. 差遲 cha1chi0, n., see cha1chi2↑,
11. 差等 *ci1deng3, n., (AC) gradations (in kinship, love).
12. 差點兒 *cha4diaaer0, (1) adv., almost (fell down, etc.);
13. 差點兒 *cha4diaaer0, (2) adj., not quite as good.
14. 差跌 *cuo1die2, n., mistake, slipup (=差跌).
15. 差額 cha1e2, n., difference in amount, quantity or number (of payment, enrolment, etc.);
16. 差額 cha1e2, n., 借方差額 dibit balance;
17. 差額 cha1e2, n., 貸方差額 credit balance.
18. 差號 cha1hao4, n., (math.) sign of diffenrence “∼”.
19. 差勁 *cha4jin4, adv. & n., falling below standard.
20. 差可 cha1ke3, adj., barely can do.
21. 差派 *chai1pai4, v.t., to send (s.o.);
22. 差派 *chai1pai4, v.t., assign (work).
23. 差配兒 *cha4peher0, v.i., be wrongly paired (as shoes, chopsticks).
24. 差人 *chai1ren2, (1) n., the bearer (of letter);
25. 差人 *chai1ren2, (2) v.t., to send s.o.
26. 差數 cha1shu4, n., the difference in number.
27. 差事 *chai1si0, n., (1) a government post;
28. 差事 *chai1si0, n., (2) temporarily assigned duty;
29. 差事 *chai1si0, n., (3) formerly, a prisoner to be executed.
30. 差使 *chai1shi3, v.t., to send (s.o.).
31. 差忒 cha1te4, n., mistake in commitment.
32. 差錯 cha1cuo4, n., (1) mistake;
33. 差錯 cha1cuo4, n., (2) untoward accident.
34. 差跎 *cuo1tuo2, adj., (AC) drifting slowly (also wr. 蹉跎): 差跎歲月 the years drift by.
35. 差子 *cha4zi0, n., s.t. gone wrong.
36. 差委 *chai1wei3, v.t., to appoint (s.o. to do).
37. 差誤 cha1wu4, n., mistake, error.
38. 差役 *chai1yi0, n., servant(s).
39. 差異 cha1yi4, n., difference.

Num. Index: 80.30     ㄒㄧㄡ xiu1    .
N.(1) A shame: 羞恥,羞辱 xiu1chi3, xiu1ru4↓;
貽羞 bring shame (to relatives, etc.);
含羞忍辱 suffer humiliations.
(2) Flavory food: 珍羞 exotic dishes.
V.i. & t.Feel ashamed, shy: 害羞 ditto;
V.i. & t.不羞 not ashamed;
V.i. & t.羞與為伍 ashamed to be his colleague (friend);
V.i. & t.羞答答,羞羞答答,羞刺刺,羞怯怯 very shy;
V.i. & t.羞死人也,羞殺人也 shames one to death, makes one die of shame;
V.i. & t.羞得面紅耳赤 blush all over;
V.i. & t.惱羞成怒 turn angry from embarrassment.
Adj.Shamefu: 羞口難開 too embarrassed (or shy) to speak;
羞手羞腳 timid, dare not move;
羞刀難入鞘 a drawn sword cannot be put back into scabbard--must go through with a thing, once it is started.
Words1. 羞怯 xiu1qie4, adj., timid, timorous;
2. 羞怯 xiu1qie4, adj., shy.
3. 羞恥 xiu1chi3, n., sense of shame (or honor).
4. 羞憤 xiu1fen4, adj., agitated for action from shame suffered.
5. 羞花 xiu1hua1, phr., (LL) “to shame the flowers”--of woman's resplendent beauty.
6. 羞愧 xiu1kui4, adj. & v.i., feel ashamed: 羞愧難當 embarrassed beyond words.
7. 羞明 xiu1ming2, n., (med.) photophobia.
8. 羞惱 xiu1nao3, adj., humiliated and angry.
9. 羞人 xiu1ren2, phr., shames one: 羞人的事 s.t. which makes one shamed.
10. 羞辱 xiu1ru4, v.t. & n., to humiliate (person);
11. 羞辱 xiu1ru4, v.t. & n., a shame, insult.
12. 羞澀 xiu1se4, adj. (1) awkward and shy;
13. 羞澀 xiu1se4, adj. (2) as in 阮囊羞澀 phr., (allu.) embarrassingly short of money (阮 is person's surname.)
14. 羞惡 xiu1wu4, n., as in 羞惡之心 (AC & LL) a sense of shame.

Num. Index: 80.30     ㄈㄨˇ fu3    .
N.(1) Pot, pan, cauldron: 釜底抽薪 withdraw fuel from boiling cauldron, i.e., a fundamental solution;
作釜中魚 like a fish in the pot, without hope of escape;
破釜沉舟 break cooking pots and sink boats, army's grim determination of no retreat, (like Eng. “burn one's boats”).
(2) Anc. grain measure 6斗 4升.

Num. Index: 80.30     ㄆㄣˊ pen2    .
N.Basin, pot, tub, wooden or enamel or metal: 花盆 flower pot;
浴盆 bathtub;
臉盆 washing basin;
傾盆 (of rain) pouring;
臨盆 about to deliver a child (of expecting mother);
鼓盆而歌 allu. to Chuangtse who sang beating on a basin when his wife died;
戴盆望天 folly of trying to see the sky with basin over one's head.
V.t.To train (cricket) for fighting in a large bowl.
Words1. 盆地 pen2di4, n., valley surrounded by mountains, river basin.
2. 盆骨 pen2gu3, n., (biol.) pelvic bones.
3. 盆景 pen2jing3, n., miniature landscape or flower arrangement in a basin or bowl;
4. 盆景 pen2jing3, n., such bowl with artificial flowers of precious stones.
5. 盆堂 pen2tang2, n., public bath provided with tubs, dist. from 池堂.
6. 盆栽 pen2zai1, n., a pot plant;
7. 盆栽 pen2zai1, n., drawf-tree culture.

Num. Index: 80.30     ㄧˋ yi4         (also ㄧˊ yi2    ).
N.Benefit, profit, advantage: 益處 yi4chu4↓;
有益,無益 beneficial, profitless;
公益 public welfare;
權益 (law) right arising from ownership;
進益 progress in studies, increase in trade, etc.;
收益 income, receipts.
V.i. & t.(1) To benefit (the public, etc.).
(2) (AC) to increase in money or population: 其家必日益 his family will grow in numbers.
Adv.Increasingly (cold, hot, poor, hectic, etc.): 益發 yi4fa1↓;
益加 yi4jia1↓;
益覺困難 feel it increasingly difficult.
Words1. 益處 yi4chu4, n., benefit, advantage.
2. 益蟲 yi4chong2, n., insect useful to man.
3. 益多 yi4duo1, adv., more and more.
4. 益發 yi4fa1, adv., all the more, increasingly (difficult, difiant, etc.).
5. 益加 yi4jia1, adv., ditto.
6. 益智 yi4zhi4, adj., an intelligence (game)--which stimulates intelligence.
7. 益母草 yi4murcao3, n., (bot.) a grass, leonurus sibiricus, said to help in maternity cases (also called 茺蔚).
8. 益鳥 yi4niao3, n., insectivorous birds (beneficial to man).
9. 益足 yi4zu2, phr., all the more serve to (cause harm, etc.).
10. 益友 yi4you3, n., good, helpful friends.

Num. Index: 80.30     ㄍㄞˋ gai4    . [Pop. of 蓋 20.30]

Num. Index: 80.32     ㄉㄧㄝ die1    .
N.(1) Daddy (cf. 爸 pa1, pa1pa1): 爹爹 daddy;
乾爹 adopted father;
爹媽 (coll.) father and mother.
(2) Part of coll. word for uncle: 姨爹 uncle on mother's side;
姑爹 uncle on father's side.

Num. Index: 80.40     ㄍㄨˇ gu3    .
N.(1) A valley, ravine: 幽谷 a secluded valley;
山谷 a ravine;
谷口 entrance to the valley;
谷風 winds coming through the valley.
(2) A surname.

Num. Index: 80.40     ㄕㄢˋ shan4    .
N.(1) A surname.
(2) The good: 善惡 good and evil;
真善美 the true, the good and the beautiful;
為善 (LL) do good;
善有善報 good is always rewarded.
Adj.(1) Good, opp. 惡 bad: 善人 good man;
善行 good conduct;
善類 shan4lei4↓;
善效,善歲 good results, good year of crops;
善價 a good price;
善哉 good, good! 這一頓打可不善也 he got a thorough beating.
(2) Charitable, kind, (Budd.) devout: 慈善 kind (person);
慈善事業 philanthropic work;
樂善好施 philanthropic-minded;
善事 good deed;
善s shan4jU3↓;
善菩薩,善佛爺兒 (complim.) good, kind sir;
善男(子),善男(信女)shan4nan2↓.
(3) Law-abiding, gentle: 善良 shan4liang2↓;
善柔 gentle;
善弱,善懦 peaceloving, averse to fighting.
(4) 善乎,善於 good at, better than: 莫善乎(於)此 nothing better than this.
(5) Familiar: 面善 (face) looks familiar.
V.i. & t.(LL) To consider as good: 帝善其言 the emperor approved of what he said;
善之 regard it as good;
親善,友善,相善 be good friends with.
Adv.Prone to, good at, well: 善舞 dance well;
善戰 fight well;
多財善賈 (shan4gu3) it's easy to trade with much capital;
善哭 prone to weep;
多愁善感 oversensitive, sentimental;
善飯 (AC) has good appetite;
善為我說辭 make a good excuse for me.
Words1. 善敗 shan4bai4, n., (AC) success and failure.
2. 善報 shan4bao4, n., reward for good deeds.
3. 善本 shan4ben3, n., a rare edition.
4. 善蟲子 shan4chong2zi0, n., (sl.) a charity racketeer.
5. 善根 shan4gen1, n., (Budd.) good endowment;
6. 善根 shan4gen1, n., capacity for spiritual development.
7. 善棍 shan4gun4, n., charity racketeer;
8. 善棍 shan4gun4, n., see shan4chong2zi0↑.
9. 善果 shan4guo3, n., (Budd.) good rewards from good deeds.
10. 善後 shan4hou4, (1) n., funeral arrangements: 善後事宜 rehabilitation measures (to be) taken after natural disaster;
11. 善後 shan4hou4, (2) v.t., 何以善其後 what to do to take care of the consequences.
12. 善會 shan4hui4, n., (Budd.) monks' dinner to thank donors.
13. 善終 shan4zhong1, v.i., die a natural death: 善始善終 see a thing through from beginning to end.
14. 善s shan4jU3, n., a philanthropic act, project.
15. 善類 shan4lei4, n., the good class of people, the nice type.
16. 善良 shan4liang2, n., law-abiding, decent, also docile (people).
17. 善門 shan4men2, n., family of kind, philanthropic people.
18. 善男(信女) shan4nan2, phr., 善男信女 (Budd.) the good believers, devout men and women;
19. 善男(信女) shan4nan2, phr., also 善男子,善女子.
20. 善善 shan4shan4, phr., 善善惡惡 to love the good and shun evil.
21. 善士 shan4shi4, n., (1) (AC) the good scholars;
22. 善士 shan4shi4, n., (2) philanthropists.
23. 善忘 shan4wang4, adj., absentminded, prone to forget.
24. 善意 shan4yi4, n., good intentions, motives: 善意的批評 sincere criticism (not 惡意 malicious).
25. 善緣 shan4yUan2, n., (1) some special friendship, lucky meeting of good friends;
26. 善緣 shan4yUan2, n., (2) as in 結善緣 (Budd.) give donations to temple.

Num. Index: 80.40     ㄉㄚ da1    . [Abbr. of 答 92A.40]

Num. Index: 80.41     ㄕㄡˇ shou3    .
N.(1) Head: 點首 give a nod;
叩首,稽首 knock one's head on the ground (oft. a formal salutation in letters);
斬首 beheaded;
絞首 strangle person as punishment.
(2) Chief, leader: 首領,領首 ditto;
元首 chief of state;
c龍無首 group without a leader;
戎首 the aggressor in war;
匪首,盜首,魁首 head of gang of robbers;
酋首 tribal chief.
(3) A verse division: 唐詩三百首 300 famous Tarng poems.
V.i.(1) To confess at court: 自首 (of a criminal) surrender oneself to police;
出首 ditto, inform against s.o.
(2) To head a start: 首路;
首塗 shou3tu2↓.
Adj.First in importance, time or place: 居首 stand first;
first position in 首席,首坐 shou3xi2, shou3zuo4↓;
首名 first on list;
首功 first in meritorious service;
首從 shou3zong4↓;
首妻 the first wife;
首惡 a cardinal sin, head culprit.
Adv.First, first to start: 首創,首唱 shou3chuang4, shou3chang4↓;
首先 shou3xian1↓;
首難 shou3nahn↓;
Words1. 首唱 shou3chang4, v.t., be the first to lead (a movement, a revolution).
2. 首七 shou3chi1, n., the first seventh day in mourning.
3. 首丘 shou3qiu1, phr., (allu.) to be buried in home town.
4. 首創 shou3chuang4, v.i., to start (fashion, institution).
5. 首都 shou3du1, n., national capital.
6. 首服 shou3fu2, v.i., (LL) give oneself up to police.
7. 首府 shourfu3, n., formerly, district where provincial capital is situated.
8. 首告 shou3gao4, v.i., to start court action by lodging complaint.
9. 首長 shourzhang3, n., chief (of tribe, bureau, department, ministry, etc.).
10. 首級 shou3ji2, n., the cut-off head (of criminal, bandit, etc.).
11. 首肯 shourken3, v.i., to show approval by nodding.
12. 首揆 shou3kui2, n., (LL) premier.
13. 首領 shourling3, n., leader, head.
14. 首謀 shou3mou2, n., head of conspirators, prime mover.
15. 首腦 shournao3, n., head, leading mind: 首腦人物 leading personages.
16. 首難 shou3nahn, v.i., first to start revolt.
17. 首日封 shou3ri4feng1, n., first day cover (philately).
18. 首善 shou3shan4, n., as in 首善之區 the national capital (which should be a “model” for others).
19. 首縣 shou3xian4, n., formerly, county where district government is situated.
20. 首相 shou3xiang4, n., prime minister.
21. 首先 shou3xian1, adv., first (to do s.t.).
22. 首席 shou3xi2, n., seat of honor;
23. 首席 shou3xi2, n., chairman.
24. 首鼠 shourshu3, adv., see shoursi4↓.
25. 首施 shou3si4, adv., as in 首施兩端 be undecided in course of action.
26. 首事 shou3shi41, v.i., (LL) start war, revolt.
27. 首飾 shou3shi42, n., personal ornaments, esp. on hair.
28. 首選 shourxUan3, n., first choice;
29. 首選 shourxUan3, n., first in list of winners.
30. 首推 shou3tui1, v.t., consider (person) as first.
31. 首塗 shou3tu2, v.i., to start journey.
32. 首從 shou3zong4, n., chief culprit and associates in crime.
33. 首座 shou3zuo4, n., (1) seat of honor;
34. 首座 shou3zuo4, n., (2) abbot.
35. 首尾 shourwei3, n., the story (“beginning and end”) of an affair;
36. 首尾 shourwei3, n., also (coll.) s.o.'s business: 不是賈珍的首尾 has nothing to do with 賈珍.
37. 首位 shoou-weih, n., the first seat, first (delegate, etc.).
38. 首要 shou3yao4, adj., of first importance.
39. 首義 shou3yi4, v.i., (LL) first to start revolt.

Num. Index: 80.41     ㄗㄥ zeng1         (*ㄘㄥˊ ceng2    ).
N.A surname.
Adj.Great-grand, great-great-grand (used in comb. with nn.): 曾祖 zeng1zu3↓;
曾父,曾大父 paternal great-grandfather;
曾祖父 ditto;
曾祖母 zeng1tzurmuu, 曾孫 zeng1sun1, 曾玄 zeng1xUan2↓.
Adv.(*ceng2) Used before vbb. to indicate have yet, have not yet: 曾經 ceng2jing1↓;
未曾 never yet;
何曾 rhet. negative having the force of an affirmative: 何曾來過,何曾看見 have never come, seen;
不曾到 never came;
不曾看(聽)見 never saw (heard);
吃了飯不曾 have you had lunch? 可曾看見 have you seen? did you ever see it? 曾有 there was (were) …once upon a time;
曾幾何時 not long since.
Words1. 曾經 *ceng2jing1, adv., yet, ever, already: 曾經有人看見 s.o. has seen it.
2. 曾玄 zeng1xUan2, n., collective term for great-grandson and great-great-grandson.
3. 曾孫 zeng1sun1, n., (1) great-grandson;
4. 曾孫 zeng1sun1, n., (2) descendants of grandson in gen.
5. 曾祖母 zeng1zu2mu3, n., paternal great-grandmother.
6. 曾祖 zeng1zu3, n., paternal great grandfather.
7. 曾益 zeng1yi4, v.t., to increase, add to, enhance: 曾益其所不能 (modn. 增益) broaden his knowledge, develop his capabilities.

Num. Index: 80.41     ㄆㄨˇ pu3    .
N.(1) A surname.
(2) Place name.
Adj. & adv.General, -ly, overall, reaching all: 普度 pu3du4↓;
陽光普照 the sunlight shines on the whole world;
普施濟眾 generous charity;
普天之下 in all the world;
普天同慶 (phr.) universal rejoicing;
see esp. 普及 pu3ji2↓.
Words1. 普T pu3bian4, adj. & adv., all around, everywhere: 普遍宣傳,推廣 make publicity, push sales all around.
2. 普度 pu3du4, n. & v.t., (Budd.) festival similar to All Souls' Day in seventh lunar month, with prayers for those unburied and drowned at sea: 普度(渡)眾生 (of Buddha) save the masses of mankind.
3. 普洱茶 pu3er2cha2, n., special strong tea of Yunnan, taken as digestive.
4. 普及 pu3ji2, v.t. & adj., reaching all: 普及教育 popular education.
5. 普通 pu3tong1, adj. & adv., common, generally;
6. 普通 pu3tong1, adj. & adv., 普通股 common stock.

Num. Index: 80.41     ㄓㄨㄛˊ zhuo2         (*jaur        , *ㄓㄠ zhao1        , *ㄓㄜ zhe1    ). [Pop. of 著; see 著 20A.41]

Num. Index: 80.41     ㄑㄧㄡˊ qiu2    .
N.Tribal chief: 匪酋 rebel chief.
Words1. 酋長 qiu2zhang3, n., tribal chieftain.

Num. Index: 80.50     ㄈㄣ fen1         (*ㄈㄣˋ fen4    ).
N.(1) Term of measure, time, and value: 1/10 of an inch, hundredth of an ounce;
10% interest: 兩分利 20% interest;
a cent, a minute of time;
10% of mou3 畝;
公分 centimeter;
分針 minute hand (time piece);
分鐘 minute.
(2) Gen. expression of degree: 十分滿意 very, fully satisfied;
萬分,十二萬分高興 extremely, enormously pleased;
七八分懂得 understand 70-80% (=七八成);
分毫 very small amount: 分毫不爽 not a tiny bit of difference;
分文 a penny: 分文不取 will not take a penny.
(3) (*fen4) Duty, status: 本分 duty;
分內 part of duty;
非分 (越分) beyond what is proper (of request, etc.);
守己安分 lawabiding, dutiful;
(看) 情分 (上) (in view of) friendly status, relations;;
緣分 special, honored relationship, lover's luck;
身 分 personal status, see 91.00.
V.i. & t.(1) Separate: 分離,分散,分開 fen1li2, fen1san4, fen1kai1↓;
分途,分道 (揚鑣) part on journey, go separate ways;
分庭抗禮 (LL) be received as an equal;
分家,分產 divide inheritance;
分爨 have separate kitchens, live separately among brothers;
分袂,分襟 part (sleeves) among friends;
分心,分身,分神,分手 fen1xin1, fen1shen1, fen1shen2, fen1shou3↓;
分頭進行 (persons) proceed separately on common objective;
分門別類 sort out into categories;
分科 separate courses of study.
(2) Distinguish: 分別,分辨 fen1bie2, fen1bian41↓;
不分彼此 share together;
分不清 cannot distinguish;
不由分說 give no chance to explain;
分斤搿 (bai1) 兩 count pennies, be stingy.
(3) Divide, share: 分不到 fail to get share;
分我一杯羹 give me a share of the soup;
分利,分潤 get share of profit;
分肥 share illegal gains;
分臟 share spoils, booty;
分甘共苦 fare and share alike;
分勞 help, relieve one of work;
分優 share and lessen worry;
分謗 share the blame;
分心 divide attention to other affairs;
分工合作 division of labor;
分曹 formerly, divide official duties.
(4) Distribute: 分給 give separately to persons;
分發fen1fa1↓;
分獎 give prizes;
分紅 fen1hong2↓;
分配,分派 fen1pei4, fen1pai4↓.
(5) Judge: 自分(*fen4) 必死 believe I shall die.
Adj.Branch: 分局,分行,分店 branch office.
Adv.Separately: 分送 send separately to persons;
分裝,分運 load, ship separately;
分居 live separately.
Words1. 分包 fen1bao1, n., two acts being played at the same time on the stage.
2. 分辨 fen1bian41, v.t., compare and see the difference: 分辨是非黑白 distinguish right and wrong, black and white.
3. 分辯 fen1bian42, v.i., explain, give explanation in defense.
4. 分別 fen1bie2, (1) v.t., separate (two things);
5. 分別 fen1bie2, (2) adv., separately, respectively.
6. 分布 fen1bu4, v.i. & t., distribute, be distributed, spread, (races) scatter.
7. 分歧 fen1chi2, v.i., grow apart, diverge: 意見分歧 opinions divide.
8. 分度器 fen1du4chi4, n., protractor.
9. 分發 fen1fa1, v.t., give out, distribute.
10. 分付 fen1fu4, v.t., (1) pay, give out, separately;
11. 分付 fen1fu4, v.t., (2) order: 分付他回去 ask him to go home (usu. wr. 吩咐).
12. 分割 fen1ge2, v.t., cut up.
13. 分號 fen1hao4, n., semicolon (;).
14. 分毫 fen1hao2, n., a tiny amount: 分毫不肯讓人 will not give the slightest concession.
15. 分化 fen1hua4, v.i., disintegrate.
16. 分紅 fen1hong2, n. & v.i., bonus, to give bonus.
17. 分爭 fen1zheng1, v.i., have disputes, fight for (thing).
18. 分解 fen1jie3, v.i., (1) break up into separate elements;
19. 分解 fen1jie3, v.i., (2) (fen1jie0) explain: 分解分解一下 please explain;
20. 分解 fen1jie3, v.i., 請聽下回分解 the story will be continued in next chapter.
21. 分界 fen1jie4, n., demarkation of boundary.
22. 分開 fen1kai1, v.t., set apart, separate: 他們兩人分不開 the two persons are inseparable.
23. 分兒 *fen4er0 (feher0), n., share: 沒有我的分兒 I do not expect to share it.
24. 分量 *fen4liang4, n., weight: 有分量的文字 solid writing.
25. 分類 fen1lei4, v.t. & n., classify, -fication.
26. 分裂 fen1lie4, v.i. & t., split up, crack up (party, opinions).
27. 分利 fen1li41, to share in benefit;
28. 分利 fen1li41, (Chin. med.) induce perspiration, bowel motion.
29. 分力 fen1li42, n., (phys.) component of force.
30. 分離 fen1li2, v.i. & t. & n., part (from friends, family);
31. 分離 fen1li2, v.i. & t. & n., (chem.) dissociate, -tion.
32. 分袂 fen1mei4, v.t., part (among friends, “separate sleeves”).
33. 分娩 fen1mian3, v.i., give birth to child.
34. 分泌 fen1mi4, v.t. & n., secrete, -tion (hormone, etc.).
35. 分明 fen1ming2, adj. & adv., clear, clearly.
36. 分母 fen1mu3, n., (math.) denominator of fraction.
37. 分派 fen1pai4, n. & v.i., branch, school (of thought);
38. 分派 fen1pai4, n. & v.i., assign (work, etc.).
39. 分配 fen1pei4, v.t. & n., assign, -ment.
40. 分散 fen1san4, v.i. & n., dispel, disperse, -sal.
41. 分身 fen1shen1, v.i., to divide time or attention to another job.
42. 分神 gen1shen2, v.i., (court. to thank one for) giving attention.
43. 分析 fen1xi1, v.t. & n., analyze, -lysis;
44. 分析 fen1xi1, v.t. & n., 分析心理學 analytical psychology;
45. 分析 fen1xi1, v.t. & n., 歷史的分析 historical analysis.
46. 分曉 fen1xiao3, (1) v.t. & n., understand, -ing: 這事沒分曉 do not know what is at the bottom of this;
47. 分曉 fen1xiao3, (1) v.t. & n., understand, -ing: 這事沒分曉 do not know what is at the bottom of this;
48. 分曉 fen1xiao3, (2) adj., clear.
49. 分銷 fen1xiao1, v.t. & n., sales distribution.
50. 分心 fen1xin1, v.i., divide attention (to another matter).
51. 分手 fenishou3, v.i., to part company.
52. 分書 fen1shu1, n., (1) divorce certificate;
53. 分書 fen1shu1, n., (2) 八 分書 a style of script, see 80.80.
54. 分水嶺 fen1shui2ling3, n., (geog.) watershed;
55. 分水線 fen1shui2xian4, line dividing river valley.
56. 分數 fen1shu4, n., (1) marks at examinations;
57. 分數 fen1shu4, n., (2) fraction.
58. 分攤 fen1tan1, v.t., to divide pro rata.
59. 分寸 fen1cun4, n., (1) very small amount;
60. 分寸 fen1cun4, n., (2) proper restraint: 說話有個分寸 talk with careful choice of words, do not overstep limits.
61. 分子 fen1zi3, n., (1) (math.) numerator of fraction;
62. 分子 fen1zi3, n., (2) *fen4zi3, (phys.) molecule;
63. 分子 fen1zi3, n., 分子力 molecular force;
64. 分子 fen1zi3, n., 分子量 molecular weight;
65. 分子 fen1zi3, n., 分子式 molecular formula;
66. 分子 fen1zi3, n., (3) (*fen4zi0) n., a part, member, element of society, group: 國民一分子 (also. wr. 份子) a member of the nation.
67. 分野 fen1ye3, n., dividing line.

Num. Index: 80.50     ㄒㄧ xi1    .
Fin. part.Particle at end of sentence, esp. in verse, expressing admiration: 美目盼兮(AC) how beautiful her eyes! 赫兮喧兮 (AC) how impressive and exciting! or celebrating a determination: 歸去來兮 Ah, let me go home! or marking a caesura or break in line of verse: 力拔山河兮氣蓋世 strength to move mountains, spirit unexcelled.

Num. Index: 80.50     ㄨㄥ weng1    .
N.(1) Respectful address or term for old man: 老翁 old man (of any station);
漁翁 an old fisherman;
醉翁 an old man drinking;
某翁 a certain old man;
東翁 the old landlord or host;
年翁 an old friend of the same age.
(2) Father, father-in-law: 尊翁 (court.) your old father;
翁姑 father-in-law and mother-in-law;
翁婿 father-in-law and son-in-law.
A surname.
Words1. 翁仲 weng1zhong4, n., (LL) stone figure on grave.

Num. Index: 80.50     ㄐㄧㄢˇ jian3    .
N.Scissors: 剪刀 ditto;
指甲剪 (finger) nail-clippers;
燭剪 candle snuffers.
V.i. & t.(1) V.i., to cut, divide, separate, lop off: 剪短 to trim;
剪髮 haircut;
剪開 cut open, sever;
剪綵 jian3cai3, 剪影 jian3ying3↓;
剪接 splice films.
(2) Annihilate, destroy completely: 剪除 jian3chu2, 剪滅 jian3mie4↓;
剪草除根 (lit. & fig.) uproot, eradicate.
(3) V.i., tie hands together.
Words1. 剪報 jian3bao4, n., newspaper clippings.
2. 剪除 jian3chu2, v.t., wipe out, exterminate.
3. 剪刀 jian3dao1, n., scissors.
4. 剪伐 jian3fa2, v.t., (AC) (of trees) to prune or cut, lop off (branches).
5. 剪拂 jian3fu2, v.t., (1) to purge off, cleanse, wash away;
6. 剪拂 jian3fu2, v.t., (2) (MC underworld sl.) greet with a deep bow.
7. 剪剪 jiarnjian3, adj., (AC) (1) narrow-minded, bigoted, prejudiced;
8. 剪剪 jiarnjian3, adj., (2) (of wind) cutting, chilly, piercing.
9. 剪徑 jian3jing4, v.i., (of robbers) hold up travellers.
10. 剪綹 jiarnliu3, v.i., pick a person's pocket;
11. 剪綹 jiarnliu3, v.i., n., a pickpocket.
12. 剪滅 jian3mie4, v.t., annihilate, exterminate.
13. 剪綵 jiarncai3, v.i. & n., ribboncutting ceremony.
14. 剪裁 jian3cai2, v.i., (1) (tailoring) cut cloth to make dress or suit;
15. 剪裁 jian3cai2, v.i., (2) (of litr. works) polish, refine, cut out superfluous words and phrases.
16. 剪子 jian3zi0, n., scissors.
17. 剪影 jiarnying3, n., (1) silhouette;
18. 剪影 jiarnying3, n., (2) a cross-section, a sketch.

Num. Index: 80.50     ㄐㄧㄢˇ jian3    . [Var. of 剪↑]

鶿 Num. Index: 80.50     ㄘˊ ci2    .
N.See 鸕 鶿21S.50.

Num. Index: 80.63     ㄍㄠ gao1    .
N.A lamb, a kid: 羔子 young of the sheep or other animal;
王八羔子 (abusive) son of a bitch;
羔羊 gao1yang2↓.
Words1. 羔皮 gao1pi2, n., lambskin, leather or parchment made from it.
2. 羔羊 gao1yang2, n., (1) a young goat: 迷途羔羊 a stray lamb;
3. 羔羊 gao1yang2, n., (2) an innocent and helpless person;
4. 羔羊 gao1yang2, n., (3) a martyr or victim: 代罪羔羊 a scapegoat.

Num. Index: 80.63     ㄐㄧㄢ jian1    .
V.t.(1) To fry in oil or boil in water: 油煎 fried;
水煎 boiled;
煎藥 make concoction of medicine;
煎魚 to fry fish, fried fish.
(2) Make it hot for: 煎逼 jian1bi1↓;
相煎何太急(allu.) why press me so hard?
Words1. 相熬 jian1ao2, v.i., endure long hardships and sufferings (heat, overwork, etc.).
2. 煎逼 jian1bi1, v.t., press to the wall, make it hot for.
3. 煎餅 jian1bing3, n., fried cakes.
4. 煎炒 jian1chao3, v.t., to fry.
5. 煎心 jian1xin1, adj., anxious, worried, in a stew.

Num. Index: 80.63     ㄐㄧㄢ jian1    . [Abbr. of 兼 80.22]

Num. Index: 80.63     ㄒㄧㄤˇ xiang3    .
N.Dried fish.

Num. Index: 80.70     ㄅㄚˋ ba4         (ㄅㄚ ba1    ).
N.爸爸 ba4ba0, papa;
used sometimes of friends of elder generation (vulg. var. 八八,巴巴).

Num. Index: 80.70     ㄉㄨㄟˋ dui4    .
N.One of the eight trigrams of ba1gua4 (八卦 80.80).
V.i. & t.(1) To cash (check): 兌現 dui4xian4↓;
兌銀子 weigh silver, i.e., pay out;
兌交,兌給 pay to (person);
兌支 ask for payment of a money order, to receive money.
(2) To exchange, barter, make wholesale deal: 發兌 sell wholesale;
兌換 dui4huan4↓.
(3) To add water: 兌開水 add more boiling water to tea (also wr. 對).
Words1. 兌換 dui4huan4, v.t., exchange (goods, money): 兌換銀錢 change currency, as at money exchange shop.
2. 兌現 dui4xian4, v.t., to cash (checks);
3. 兌現 dui4xian4, v.t., (fig.) fulfill election pledge, etc.
4. 兌條(兒) dui4tiao2(er0), n., voucher in money exchange.

Num. Index: 80.70     ㄑㄧㄤ qiang1    . [Var. □,□]
Initial part.(AC dial.) initial part with indeterminate meaning, found esp. in 楚辭(3rd. cen. B.C.): 羌無故實 (=了無故實) without basis in fact.
N.(1) A surname.
(2) Name of a tribe in West Szechuan: 羌人,羌胡 ditto.
Words1. 羌笛 qiang1di2, n., name of a short wind instrument, a flute of Chiang tribe.
2. 羌活 qiang1huo1, n., (bot.) angelica, angelica sylvestris.
3. 羌鷲 qiang1jiu4, n., a kind of vulture, haliaetus pelagicus.
4. 羌桃 qiang1tao2, n., the walnut (also called 核桃,胡桃).

Num. Index: 80.70     ㄨㄤ wang1    . [Var. 尪]
Adj.(1) Weak, feeble.
(2) Bent begged.

Num. Index: 80.70     ㄘˊ ci2    . [Pop. of 瓷63.70]

Num. Index: 80.71     ㄧˋ yi4    .
N.(1) Justice, righteousness, honor and right: 正義 the cause of right or honor;
道義 righteous (friends, companions), a moral principle;
信義 faith and righteousness, see 信91A.40;
仗義疏財 give money to righteous cause;
恩義 love and duty;
情義 affectionate relationship between friends, husband and wife, benefactor and recipient of help;
就義 die a martyr;
大義滅親 punish own relations in the cause of justice.
(2) Chivalry, sense of honor: 義形於色 one's face showed no compromise with evil;
義不容辭 one's sense of honor makes it impossible to refuse.
(3) Meaning of words, exegesis: 義疏 yi4shu4↓;
義理yi4li3↓.
(4) A surname.
(5) Short for Italy 義大利, now generally wr. 意大利.
Adj.(1) For charity, for public benefit: 義學 yi4xUe2↓;
義田,義莊 yi4tian2, yi4zhuang1↓;
義s yi4jU3↓.
(2) Righteous, pertaining to a righteous case: 義兵,義師,義軍 army on our (and therefore right) side.
(3) Chivalrous, honorable: 義人,義士yi4ren2, yi4shi4↓;
義俠 yi4xia2↓;
義胞 yi4bao1↓.
(4) Volunteer: 義勇 yi4yong3↓.
(5) Adopted: 義父,義母,義子,etc., yi4fu4, yi4mu3, yi4zi3↓.
(6) Artificial: 義手,義足,義齒 artificial arm, leg,teeth;
義髻,義甲 yi4ji4, yi4jia3↓.
Words1. 義胞 yi4bao1, n., fellow citizen (同胞) who has fled opponent's territory.
2. 義兵 yi4bing1, n., (1) formerly, militia for self-defense;
3. 義兵 yi4bing1, n., (2) volunteer army or soldier.
4. 義氣 yi4chi0, (1) n., sense of chivalry or honor;
5. 義氣 yi4chi0, (2) adj., standing for the right, chivalrous.
6. 義旗 yi4chi2, n., flag of the righteous cause.
7. 義齒 yi4chi3, n., artificial teeth.
8. 義地 yi4di41, n., public emetery.
9. 義弟 yi4di42, n., sworn younger brother.
10. 義帝 yi4di43, n., (history) an emperor set up in name.
11. 義兒 yi4er2, n., adopted son.
12. 義方 yi4fang1, n., right kind of education.
13. 義憤 yi4fen4, n., righteous anger, indignation.
14. 義風 yi4feng1, n., prevailing sense of honor.
15. 義父 yi4fu4, n., adopted father.
16. 義戰 yi4zhan4, n., a war for moral principles.
17. 義甲 yi4jia3, n., finger cap for plucking stringed instrument.
18. 義髻 yi4ji4, n., (LL) wig.
19. 義莊 yi4zhuang1, n., land publicly owned by a clan or village to maintain sacrifices or education of its children, a village foundation.
20. 義冢 yi4zhong3, n., public cemetery.
21. 義肢 yi4zhi1, n., artificial limb.
22. 義軍 yi4jUn1, n., volunteer army, army raised for a supposedly righteous cause.
23. 義s yi4jU3, n., an undertaking for some public good, a welfare project.
24. 義例 yi4li4, n., the rules which govern form and arrangement of a book.
25. 義理 yi4li3, n., (1) in Suhng philosophy, the study of reason;
26. 義理 yi4li3, n., (2) reason, truth, principle.
27. 義賣 yi4mai4, n., a sale for public charity.
28. 義母 yi4mu3, n., adopted mother.
29. 義女 yi4nU3, n., adopted daughter.
30. 義人 yi4ren2, n., an honorable man, a just man.
31. 義俠 yi4xia2, (1) n., chivalry, a chivalrous man: 義俠小說 picaresque novel;
32. 義俠 yi4xia2, (2) adj., chivalrous.
33. 義行 yi4xing4, phr., notable conduct.
34. 義手 yi4shou3, n., artificial hand.
35. 義疏 yi4shu4, n., commentary, elucidating a text;
36. 義疏 yi4shu4, n., commentary of commentary, see 疏 32S.70.
37. 義塾 yi4shu2, n., formerly, private school charging no tuition.
38. 義師 yi4si4, n., the loyal army versus the rebels;
39. 義師 yi4si4, n., the rebels'army from rebels'own standpoint.
40. 義士 yi4shi4, n., (1) a martyr, man who sacrifices life for justice;
41. 義士 yi4shi4, n., (2) a man of chivalry.
42. 義學 yi4xUe2, n., public school charging no tuition.
43. 義兄 yi4xiong1, n., sworn elder brother.
44. 義田 yi4tian2, n., see yi4zhuang1↑.
45. 義倉 yi4cang1, n., public granary for stabilizing farm prices.
46. 義足 yi4zu2, n., artificial leg.
47. 義子 yi4zi3, n., adopted son.
48. 義務 yi4wu0, n., (1) (law) obligation;
49. 義務 yi4wu0, n., (2) volunteer duty: 盡義務 service without pay;
50. 義務 yi4wu0, n., 義務兵 volunteer soldiers;
51. 義務 yi4wu0, n., 義務教育 free education.
52. 義演 yi4yan3, n., a performance for some public charity.
53. 義園 yi4yUan2, n., see yi4di41↑.
54. 義勇 yi4yong3, n., volunteer for public service, esp. army;
55. 義勇 yi4yong3, 義勇軍 yi4yong3jUn1, n., volunteer army.

Num. Index: 80.71     ㄒㄧ xi1    .
N.伏羲 Furshi, one of the earliest legendary emperors, see under 伏 91A.81;
羲皇上人 people in earliest period of history believed to be free of all cares.

忿 Num. Index: 80.72     ㄈㄣˋ fen4    . [Var. 憤; cogn. 奮]
N.Anger, exasperation: 餘忿未平 anger not yet appeased;
忿氣,忿火 wrath, fury, huff.
Words1. 忿恨 fen4hen4, n., gall, bitterness.
2. 忿懥 fen4zhi4, n., (AC) anger, upset.
3. 忿戾 fen4li4, adj., violent, irritable.
4. 忿怒 fen4nu4, n., great anger.

Num. Index: 80.72     ㄧㄤˋ yang4    .
N.Sickness;
無恙 well (in good health);
微恙 slightly unwell;
賤恙 (court.) my illness.

Num. Index: 80.72     ㄘˊ ci2    .
N.(1) Somewhat litr. reference to) mother (cf. 嚴 40.82 for father): 令慈 your mother;
家慈 my mother;
慈命 mother's command;
慈訓,慈誨 maternal or parental instructions;
慈顏 kind face of parents.
(2) U.f. 磁:磁石ci2shi2↓.
Adj.Kind, gentle, compassionate, benevolent: 慈愛,慈悲,慈善,慈祥 ci2ai4, ci2bei1, ci2shan4, ci2xiang2↓;
父慈子孝 father is loving and son is filial.
Words1. 慈愛 ci2ai4, adj., kindly, gentle, compassionate.
2. 慈悲 ci2bei1, (1) adj. & n., mercy, merciful;
3. 慈悲 ci2bei1, (2) (ci2bei0) v.i., be kind to: 請你慈悲慈悲罷 have pity (used in begging).
4. 慈姑 ci2gu1, n., (bot.) sagittaria sagittifolia, a water plant with edible bulbs.
5. 慈航 ci2hang2, n., (Budd.) the Merciful Ferry, way of salvation.
6. 慈和 ci2he2, adj., amiable.
7. 慈母 ci2mu3, n., mother.
8. 慈善 ci2shan4, adj. & n., chartable: 慈善事業 work of charity.
9. 慈祥 ci2xiang2, adj., kindly, amiable.
10. 慈石 ci2shi2, n., var. of 磁石 magnet.
11. 慈幃 ci2wei2, n., (LL polite address of) mother (also wr. 闈).
12. 慈烏 ci2wu1, n., a young crow reputed to feed its mother.

Num. Index: 80.72     ㄩˋ yU4    .
N.Passion, desire: 色慾,性慾 sexual passion;
慾火 flame of sexual desire, hot desire;
私慾 mortal passions;
節慾 regulate sex;
禁慾,戒慾 repress sex;
絕慾 suppress sex entirely;
利慾昏心 desire for money blinds one's mind;
慾壑難填 desire is “bottomless”--insatiable.
Words1. 慾海 yU4hai3, n., the sea of passions.
2. 慾火 yU4huo3, n., the fire of desire.
3. 慾念 yU4nian4, n., desire, craving.
4. 慾望 yU4wang4, n., human desires.

Num. Index: 80.72     ㄙㄨˋ su4    . [AC var. of 訴 60A.22]

Num. Index: 80.80     ㄅㄚ ba1    . [Var. 捌 used in checks for “spelling out”sum]
N.A surname (rare).
Adj.(1) (Number) eight: 八百年 ages (他早八百年來了 was here ages ago);
八九不離十 almost (你這個活兒做到八九不離十了 your work is almost done already);
八成兒 80%, greater part, most probably;
八成兒要下雨 most probably it will rain;
八八六十四 8×8 = 64, clearly, mechanically;
八字不見一撇 half of the character 八 is missing (of discussion too far away from the subject);
聖賢已是八字打開了 “the character 八 is quite open”(sages have made it quite clear);
八字鬚,眉,腳 moustache, eyebrows, feet shaped or turned like the character 八;
八開 ba1kai1↓;
八節 the four equinoxes and solstices;
八寶 eight kinds of precious ingredients, see 八寶飯 ba1bao3fan4↓;
八仙 the Eight (Taoist) Immortals;
see 八仙桌 ba1xian1zhuo1↓.
(2) All around, all sides: 八面玲瓏 (of speech) cover all sides beautifully, (of character) manage to please everybody;
八面威風 make magnificent appearance;
八面週全 satisfactory to every detail;
八下G去 all broken apart;
八方 eight points of the compass;
八表,八荒,八紘 all outlying areas (of China), on all sides.
Words1. 八八兒 ba1ba1er0, n., mynah, see ba1ge1er0↓.
2. 八寶飯 ba1bao3fan4, n., rice pudding with raisin and various nuts and seeds;
3. 八寶飯 ba1bao3fan4, n., 八寶 name given to things made of excellent ingredients, such as 八寶印 泥 90S.22, seal ink.
4. 八拜(之)交 ba1bai4(zhi1)jiao1, n., sworn brother, sister.
5. 八重奏 ba1chong2zou4, n., octet.
6. 八大山人 ba1da4shan1ren2, n., painter of 17th cen.
7. 八斗(才) ba1dou3(cai2), n., (praise) very gifted writer.
8. 八度 ba1du4, n., octave.
9. 八分(書) ba1fen1(shu1), n., style of script, balanced right and left, of Hahn Dyn.;
10. 八分(書) ba1fen1(shu1), n., a form of 隸書 10S.02.
11. 八分音符 ba1fen1yin1fu2, n., (mus.) quaver.
12. 八分儀 ba1fen1yi2, n., (math.) octant.
13. 八哥兒 ba1ge1er0, n., the mynah.
14. 八卦 ba1gua4, n., the eight diagrams, consisting of arrangement of continuous and broken lines in three lines each, symbolizing changing balance of forces and used in divination, as follows: 乾 (≡),兌 (≡),離 (≡),震 (≡),巽 (≡),坎 (≡),艮 (≡),坤 (≡);
15. 八卦 ba1gua4, n., cf. 五行 31.30.
16. 八股 ba1gu3, n., prescribed form of essays in civil examinations, requiring strictly eight paragraphs, notorious for conformity;
17. 八股 ba1gu3, n., rigmarole writing surfeited with tiresome clichs (新八股,黨八股).
18. 八行書 ba1hang2shu1, n., letter of recommendation for post;
19. 八行書 ba1hang2shu1, n., formal, brief letter of eight lines.
20. 八角 ba1jiao3, adj., octagonal;
21. 八角 ba1jiao3, adj., 八角 (茴香) n., star-aniseed;
22. 八角 ba1jiao3, adj., 八角楓 a kind of maple, marlea platanifolia;
23. 八角 ba1jiao3, adj., 八角形 octagon, -al.
24. 八進法 ba1jin4fa3, n., (math.) octonary scale.
25. 八爪魚 ba1juaayU2, n., (pop.) octopus.
26. 八開 ba1kai1, n., (printing) octavo.
27. 八面體 ba1mian4ti3, n., (math.) octahedron.
28. 八仙花 ba1xian1hua1, n., (bot.) hydrangea hortensia.
29. 八仙桌(子) ba-shian-juo(-tz), n., a square dinner table seating eight.
30. 八字 ba1zi4, n., the horoscope;
31. 八字 ba1zi4, n., eight cyclical characters giving year, month, day and hour of birth: 問八字 to consult horoscope;
32. 八字 ba1zi4, n., 八字帖兒 card of horoscope presented by candidate for betrothal;
33. 八字 ba1zi4, n., 八字不合 horoscopes (of proposed couple) do not agree.
34. 八言 ba1yan2, n., poem of eight character lines.
35. 八佾 ba1yi4, n., (AC) a dance with eight formations of dancers.
36. 八音 ba1yin1, n., eight categories of instrument in anc. orchestra (metal, stone, string, bamboo, gourd, clay, leather, wood).
37. 八月 ba1yUe4, n., August.

Num. Index: 80.80     ㄆㄧㄣˊ pin2    .
N.Poverty, the life of the poor: 安貧樂道 live contentedly as a poor scholar;
貧病交集 sick and in straits.
Adj.(1) Poor (usu. in more litr. phrr.=coll. 窮 62A.50): 赤貧 in stark poverty;
一貧如洗 penniless;
貧不擇妻 the poor can't choose wives;
貧寒,貧苦,貧困 pin2han2, pin2ku3, pin2kun4↓.
(2) needy, impoverished, of the poor class: 貧乏 pin2fa2↓;
貧家,貧家子,貧家婦女 poor family, poor family's son, women;
貧農 poor peasants;
貧富不均 too much difference between rich and poor;
貧賤 pin2jian4↓.
(3) Having qualities of those born to failure, bad luck, worthless, garrulous: 貧氣,貧相 pin2chi4, pin2xiang4↓;
貧骨頭 lazybones, garrulous person, miser;
貧嘴(餓舌,惡舌)disgustingly talkative, addicted to senseless talks;
貧婆 poor or gossipmongering woman.
(4) 貧僧,貧道 (court., used by priests) I, your humble servant.
Words1. 貧氣 pin2chi4, n., the physiognomy, manners of the poor;
2. 貧氣 pin2chi4, adj., shiftless, mean.
3. 貧窮 prinqiong2, adj., poor, needy.
4. 貧乏 pin2fa2, adj., needy.
5. 貧寒 pin2han2, adj., needy: 貧寒子弟 children of poorer families (needing scholarships).
6. 貧戶 pin2hu4, n., a poor family;
7. 貧戶 pin2hu4, n., the poor.
8. 貧賤 pin2jian4, adj., poor and humble: 貧賤之交 a friend in earlier poor days.
9. 貧窶 pin2jU4, adj., (LL) poor and needy.
10. 貧困 pin2kun4, adj., poor, hard up.
11. 貧苦 pin2ku3, adj., living a poor, hard life.
12. 貧民 pin2min2, n., the poor people, the poorer classes;
13. 貧民 pin2min2, n., 貧民窟 pin2min2ku1, slum.
14. 貧相 pin2xiang4, n., see pin2chi4↑.
15. 貧血 pin2xUe4, adj., anemic, suffering from anemia;
16. 貧血 pin2xUe4, adj., 貧血症 anemia;
17. 貧血 pin2xUe4, adj., 惡性貧血 pernicious anemia.

Num. Index: 80.81     ㄒㄧㄠˋ xiao4    . [Abbr. of 笑 92A.81]

Num. Index: 80.81     ㄇㄟˇ mei3    .
N.Beauty, perfection: 美不勝收 (landscape, etc.) rich in beauties, too beautiful to be absorbed all at once;
美中不足 some slight imperfection (a regret);
內在美 beauty of character, spiritual beauty.
V.t.(1) To regard it as beautiful, to praise: 美之 ditto;
讚美,贊美 to praise, extol.
(2) To use euphemism: 美其名曰 to call s.t. by euphemistic name (as 太平門,太平梯 “peace door,” “peace staircase” for fire exit, fire escape).
(3) America, United States: 美國 ditto;
中美,南美,北美 Central America, South America, North America.
Adj.(1) Beautiful, pretty: 美麗 mei3li4↓;
美人,美色 mei3ren2, mei3se4↓;
美觀 mei3guan1↓;
真善美 the true, the good and the beautiful.
(2) Pleasing, perfect, superior: 完美 perfect;
十全十美 perfect in every way;
優美 superior;
美妙 mei3miao4↓.
Words1. 美備 mei3bei4, adj., satisfactory, perfect (arrangement).
2. 美缺 mei3qUe2, n., a desirable, well-paid job or post.
3. 美德 mei3de2, n., beautiful character.
4. 美惡 mei3e4, n., beauty and deficiencies, things to admire and to detest.
5. 美感 mei2gan3, n., pleasant impression, esthetic sense.
6. 美觀 mei3guan1, n., beauty, esp. external beauty.
7. 美好 mei2hao3, adj., good and desireable.
8. 美景 mei2jing3, n., a beautiful scene, sight.
9. 美質 mei3zhi2, n., beauty of character or quality.
10. 美s mei2jU3, n., an admirable enterprise.
11. 美麗 mei3li4, n. & adj., beauty, -tiful.
12. 美滿 mei2man3, adj., happy (marriage, home).
13. 美貌 mei3mao4, n., beautiful face, looks.
14. 美妙 mei3miao4, adj., wonderful (story), delicate.
15. 美名 mei3ming2, n., a good reputation.
16. 美女 mei3nU3, n., a beautiful girl.
17. 美盼 mei3pan4, n., a pretty glance.
18. 美人(兒) mei3ren2(mei3rerer0), n., a beautiful woman: 美人計,美人局 a plot with a woman as seducer.
19. 美人蕉 mei3ren2jiao1, n., (bot.) musa coccinea.
20. 美容 mei3rong2, n., the art of facial make-up: 美容院 beauty parlor, generally hairdresser;
21. 美容 mei3rong2, n., 美容術 art of make-up;
22. 美容 mei3rong2, n., plastic surgery;
23. 美容 mei3rong2, n., 美容技師 beautician.
24. 美色 mei3se4, n., attractive woman, woman's beauty.
25. 美秀 mei3xiu4, adj.,beautifully delicate.
26. 美術 mei3shu4, n., the fine arts;
27. 美術 mei3shu4, n., 美術家 an artist;
28. 美術 mei3shu4, n., 美術品 artistic products, creations, art works;
29. 美術 mei3shu4, n., 美術館 art gallery.
30. 美談 mei3tan2, n., an anecdote concerning some well-known personality.
31. 美味 mei3wei4, n., things good to eat, a delicacy.
32. 美豔 mei3yan4, adj., gorgeous.
33. 美意 mei3yi4, n., hospitality, desire to help.
34. 美譽 mei3yU41, a good reputation.
35. 美玉 mei3yU42, n., a beautiful jade.

Num. Index: 80.81     ㄇㄟˇ mei3    . [Err. opp. var. of 美80.81]

Num. Index: 80.81     ㄉㄧㄢˋ dian4    .
N. & v.i.(1) Libation: 奠祭 pouring of wine on ground in sacrifice;
拜奠 perform libation.
(2) To lay foundation stone: 奠基.
Words1. 奠基禮 dian4ji1li3, n., ceremony of laying foundation stone.
2. 奠敬 dian4jing4, n., money gift for funeral.
3. 奠儀 dian4yi2, n., ditto.
4. 奠鴈 dian4yan4, n., (AC) presentation of goose by bridegroom in wedding ceremony.

Num. Index: 80.81     ㄒㄧㄢˋ xian4    .
V.t.(1) To admire, praise: 欣羨 admire (person), envy (his luck);
稱羨 praise.
(2) Cherish, covet, envy: 羨慕 xian4mu4↓;
傾羨 adore.
Adj.Full, surplus: 羨財 surplus money.
Words1. 羨慕 xian4mu4, v.t. & n., adore, -ration, admire, -ration, cherish (person, his talent, reputation);
2. 羨慕 xian4mu4, v.t. & n., long for, crave, envy (luck, honor, wealth).
3. 羨餘 xian4yU2, n., surplus, net gain.

Num. Index: 80.81     ㄍㄥ geng1    .
N.Soup: 羹湯 broth;
肉羹 meat soup.
Words1. 羹匙 geng1chi2, n., a spoon for soup, a ladle.

Num. Index: 80.82     ㄈㄨˋ fu4    . [Cogn. 爸,甫 10.42]
N.(1) Father: 家父 my father;
繼父 stepfather;
義父 adopted father;
養父 foster father;
父慈子孝 the father is kind, and the son obedient;
嚴父慈母 severe father and kind mother (regular concept);
therefore 嚴父 father;
父令難違,不敢不從 one should not disobey father's orders;
父債子還 it is the custom for a son to pay his (deceased) father's debts.
(2) Part of address of relative of elder generation: 伯父,叔父 uncles;
舅父 mother's brother;
姑父 father's sister's husband;
姨父 mother's sister's husband;
祖父 grandfather.
(3) Elderly person, used like Eng. “uncle”: 漁父 fisherman;
田父 farmer;
神父 Catholic father.
Words1. 父輩 fu4bei4, n., elder generation.
2. 父親 fu4qin1, n., father, also used in direct address.
3. 父黨 fu4dang3, n., relatives on father's side, of same clan name.
4. 父執 fu4zhi2, n., friends of father's generation, see fu4bei4↑.
5. 父老 fu4lao3, n., the elders (of a village).
6. 父母 fu4mu3, n., parents;
7. 父母 fu4mu3, n., 父母官 local magistrate having direct jurisdiction over residents;
8. 父母 fu4mu3, n., 父母月兒 (運兒) years when the parents are responsible for all expenses.
9. 父兄 fu4xiong1, n., the elders of a family.
10. 父王 fu4wang2, n., my royal father, in direct or indirect address.

Num. Index: 80.83     ㄙㄨㄥˋ song4    .
V.t.(1) To give (s.t.): 送給他 give him;
送禮物 send gifts;
送人情 give gifts or do favor to cement relationship;
送秋波 (woman) to flirt, give a parting glance.
(2) To send off: 送人,送客 to send person off;
送別 song4bie2↓;
歡送 give farewell party to (person);
送往迎來 meet and send off (visitors, etc.), also send gifts back and forth;
送故(舊)迎新 send off old (year, official) and welcome new (year, official);
送窮 song4qiong2↓.
(3) To deliver (message, newspaper, etc.): 送到 send to (person, place);
送貨 deliver goods;
送報 deliver newspaper;
送消息,送信 send message;
送情報 make secret report;
送香火兒的 formerly, one who earned tips from wayfares by trying to light cigarettes at public resorts.
(4) To squander, waste (words, money, life): 送話,送錢,送命 song4hua4, song4qian2, song4ming4↓.
Words1. 送別 song4bie2, v.i. & t., to send off (friend, etc.).
2. 送殯 song4bin4, v.i., attend funeral.
3. 送錢 song4qian2, v.i., (1) to waste money;
4. 送錢 song4qian2, v.i., (2) to send money.
5. 送親 song4qin1, v.i., accompany bride to groom's family on wedding day;
6. 送親 song4qin1, v.i., 送親太太 woman selected by bride's family to accompany bride at wedding.
7. 送情 song4qing2, v.i., as in 眉目送情 send speechless messages of love.
8. 送窮 song4qiong2, v.i., formerly, a ceremony of farewell to poverty at end of first lunar month.
9. 送寒衣 song4han2yi1, v.i., formerly, burn paper clothing for the dead for coming winter, at end of 10th lunar month.
10. 送話 song4hua4, v.i., give opponent grounds for attack by using ill-advised statement: 向人嘴底下送話 say yourselves what your enemy wishes you to say.
11. 送錢 song4jian4, v.i., give farewell party.
12. 送□ song4zhuang1, v.i., send bride's trousseau on display to groom's family.
13. 送終 song4zhong1, v.i., to give proper burial ceremony to deceased parents.
14. 送庫 song4ku4, v.i., signal end of Buddhist mass for the dead by burning paper towers or pavilions.
15. 送老 song4lao3, v.i., see song4zhong1↑.
16. 送力 song4li4, n., tip given to messenger boy.
17. 送禮 song4li3, v.i. & n., a gift;
18. 送禮 song4li3, v.i. to give gift.
19. 送路 song4lu4, v.i., (1) to send s.o. off;
20. 送路 song4lu4, v.i., (2) see song4san1↓.
21. 送命 song4ming4, v.i., do s.t. foolish and pay with one's life.
22. 送三 song4san1, v.i., to send away ghost of deceased relative after “接三”welcoming him on the third day of his death.
23. 送喪 song4sang1, v.i., to attend funeral.
24. 送聖 song4sheng4, v.i., see song4ku4↑.
25. 送神 song4shen2, v.i., to send spirits away after due sacrifice, and after ceremony of welcome (接神,迎神).
26. 送信 song4xin4, v.i., to send letter or message: 送信兒 send message through third party.
27. 送行 song4xing2, v.i., to send off (s.o.)
28. 送死 song4si3, v.i., (1) to walk into a trap;
29. 送死 song4si3, v.i., (2) (AC) attend or give funeral.
30. 送葬 song4zang4, v.i., to attend burial.
31. 送□ song4zao4, v.i., to send off kitchen god for Nwe Year holiday,on the 23rd of 12th lunar month.

Num. Index: 80.83     ㄋㄧˋ ni4    .
N.A rebel, traitor.
V.t.(1) To rebel: 逆叛 ni4pan4↓;
叛逆 to betray.
(2) Disobey, oppose: 拂逆 disobey the expressed will of a superior;
忤逆 openly oppose one's parents;
違逆 run counter to;
背逆 ditto;
逆著他的意思 go against his will;
逆天 ni4tian1↓.
(3) Be contrary to, go against: 逆耳 ni4er3↓;
逆流 ni4liu2↓;
逆水行舟 sail against the current;
逆向 ni4xiang4↓;
逆風 ni4feng1↓;
逆來順受 meekly accept humiliations, take insults philosophically;
逆取順守 (of fonders of dynasties) retain political power by fair means after capturing it by foul;
倒行逆施 (of governments) carry out high handed policies against sound principles, monstrously wicked.
(4) Anticipate: 逆料 ni4liao4↓;
ni4du3, 逆計 ni4ji4↓;
逆知 ni4zhi1↓.
(5) (AC) to welcome (=迎).
Adj.(1) Traitorous: 逆產 property belonging to a traitor;
逆賊 ni4ze2↓;
逆徒 a treacherous gang;
逆黨 a rebel party or group;
逆匪 bandits;
逆謀 a treasonable plot.
(2) Unfilial: 逆子 ni4zi3↓.
Words1. 逆差 ni4cha1, n., unfavorable balance.
2. 逆產 ni4chan3, n., (1) (med.) breech delivery;
3. 逆產 ni4chan3, n., (2) property belonging to a traitor.
4. 逆定理 ni4ding4li3, n., (math.) converse theorem.
5. 逆 ni4du3, v.t., know beforehand, forecast.
6. 逆耳 ni4er3, adj., be unpleasant to hear: 忠言逆耳 good advice is unpleasant to hear.
7. 逆風 ni4feng1, v.i., go against the wind;
8. 逆風 ni4feng1, v.i., (fig.) be at a disadvantage.
9. 逆折 ni4zhe2, v.i., turn back midway.
10. 逆計 ni4ji4, v.t., conjecture, predict.
11. 逆境 ni4jing4, n., adverse circumstances, adversity.
12. 逆知 ni4zhi1, v.t., know beforehand, forecast.
13. 逆料 ni4liao4, v.t., conjecture, predict, expect: 不可逆料 cannot be foreseen or predicted.
14. 逆理 ni4li3, v.i. & adj., (be) contrary to reason.
15. 逆流 ni4liu2, v.i., as in逆流而上 go upstream;
16. 逆流 ni4liu2, v.i., (fig.) run counter to the current of the times.
17. 逆鱗 ni4lin2, v.t., as in 批逆鱗 rub one the wrong way, offend the powers that be.
18. 逆倫 ni4lun2, adj., incestuous;
19. 逆倫 ni4lun2, adj., unfilial towards one's parents.
20. 逆旅 ni4lU3, n., hotel, inn;
21. 逆旅 ni4lU3, n., travel: 逆旅途中 in one's journey.
22. 逆叛 ni4pan4, v.t., to rebel.
23. 逆向 ni4xiang4, v.i., go in the opposite direction.
24. 逆行 ni4xing2, n., (1) movement in an opposite direction;
25. 逆行 ni4xing2, n., (2) conduct contrary to normal rules;
26. 逆行 ni4xing2, n., (3) treacherous acts or acts contrary to reason.
27. 逆天 ni4tian1, v.i., act against the laws of nature: 逆天行事 do godless things;
28. 逆天 ni4tian1, v.i., 順天者存,逆天者亡 he who obeys Heaven will survive and he who defies Heaven will perish.
29. 逆賊 ni4ze2, n., traitor (lit. “a traitorous rebel”).
30. 逆子 ni4zi3, n., an unfilial son.

Num. Index: 80.83     ㄙㄨˋ su4    . [Cogn. 溯 63A.42]

Num. Index: 80.83     ㄅㄥˋ beng4    .
V.i.(1) To burst, gush forth: 迸出來 burst out (of tears);
迸淚 tears gush forth;
迸流 gush forth (of spirings).
(2) Dash: 亂迸 dash blindly (against s.t.).
Words1. 迸裂 ben4glieh, v.i., burst apart.
2. 迸脆 beng4cui4, adj., crisp.

Num. Index: 80.83     ㄉㄠˋ dao4    .
N. adjunct.A stripe, streak, course, issue: 一道光,氣 a streak of light, a jet of gas;
一道街,河 a street, a stream;
一道煙 a stream or column of smoke;
一道菜,點心 a course of food, dessert;
一道命令 an order.
N.(1) Doctrine, body of moral teachings, truth: 孔孟之道,儒道 tachings of Confucius and Mencius;
邪道,左道 heresy;
the Tao of Taoism, the Way of Nature which cannot be given a name;
得道 (of person) have attained wisdom (Budd. Taoist or Confucian);
道不行 the right teachings do not prevail;
天下有道,無道 moral order or chaos;
天道,人道 the way of God (Heaven), the way of man, see 人道81.81;
王道,霸道 enlightened, despotic rule, or the way of a king;
霸道 the way of a tyrant;
夫婦之道 the proper relations of husband and wife;
相處之道 the way to get along with people.
(2) Path, route: 快車道 speedway on city road;
街道 street;
軌道 orbit, railroad track;
鐵道 railroad;
隧道 tunnel;
赤道 Equator;
道不拾遺 lost articles are always returned to owners-symbolic of good customs;
道聽塗說 hearsay, market gossip;
道路,道途 dao4lu4, dao4tu2↓.
(3) A surname.
V.i.(1) To say: 說道 (s.o.) says, (followed by quotation);
笑道 say with a smile or laugh;
自古道,常言道 as the saying goes;
道是無情卻有情 you might say (s.o.) is cold, but he isn't;
莫道,難道 you do not mean to say, can it be…? 道不出苦衷 cannot say clearly what is real trouble;
有些道不及的地方 there are things left unsaid, things that are hard to excuse;
不可勝道 too many to enumerate;
一語道破 hit the nail on the head;
道謝,道喜,道歉 dao4xie4, dao4xi3, dao4qian4↓.
(2) Guide (u.f. 導): 道之以德 (AC) guide them with morals.
Adj.Taoist: 道教,道士 dao4jiao4, dao4shi4↓.
Words1. 道白 dao4bai2, n., spoken part of dialogue in Chin. opera.
2. 道 dao4chang2, n., mass (Budd. or Taoist);
3. 道 dao4chang2, n., place where it is held.
4. 道歉 dao4qian4, v.i., say sorry, apologize.
5. 道情 dao4qing2, n., ballad or play with a moral or religious theme.
6. 道德 dao4de2, n., morals: 私人,公共道德 private, public morals;
7. 道德 dao4de2, n., a person's moral character;
8. 道德 dao4de2, n., 道德重整 moral rearmament;
9. 道德 dao4de2, n., 不道德 adj., immoral;
10. 道德 dao4de2, n., 道德經 dao4de2jing1 of Laotse.
11. 道地 dao4di4, adj., genuine: 道地人參,官話 genuine ginseng, Mandarin.
12. 道姑 dao4gu1, n., Taoist nun.
13. 道冠兒 dao4gua1er0, n., hair-fastener of a Taoist monk.
14. 道觀 dao4guan1, n., Taoist temple.
15. 道故 dao4gu4, v.i., reminisce on old days.
16. 道號 dao4hao4, n., monastic name of person.
17. 道教 dao4jiao4, n., the religion of Taoism.
18. 道經 dao4jing1, n., Taoist texts.
19. 道具 dao4jU4, n., prop for stage.
20. 道兒 dao4er0, n., path, course, method.
21. 道力 dao4li4, n., strength of religious training.
22. 道理 dao4li3, n., the reason of things, phenomena: 你說得很有道理 you are right (corresponding to French avoir raison);
23. 道理 dao4li3, n., 沒甚麼道理 there is nothing in it (e.g., a bad play);
24. 道理 dao4li3, n., 說不出道理 cannot give the reason, cannot say way.
25. 道林紙 dao4lin2zhi3, n., good printing paper.
26. 道路 dao4lu4, n., road: 道路不通 road is blocked.
27. 道貌 dao4mao4, n., sanctimonious appearance.
28. 道惱 dao4nao3, v.i., condole with.
29. 道袍 dao4pao2, n., Taoist priest's robe.
30. 道破 dao4po4, v.t., reveal, expose by word of mouth.
31. 道人 dao4ren2, n., holy man, a Taoist priest.
32. 道上 dao4shang4, adv., on the road.
33. 道山 dao4shan1, n., place where the saints live: 歸道山 (euphem.) die.
34. 道謝 dao4xie4, v.i., say thanks.
35. 道行 dao4xing4(coll. dao4xing0, dao4hang0), n., moral conduct, spiritual character.
36. 道喜 dao4xi3, v.i., congratulate.
37. 道士 dao4shi4, n., a Taoist priest.
38. 道學 dao4xUe2, n. & adj., puritan, puritanical: 假道學,道學先生 a hypocrite, holier-than-thou people.
39. 道臺 daugtai2, n., “taotai”, formerly, Intendant of Circuit.
40. 道途 dao4tu2, n., road, see dao4lu4↑.
41. 道統 dao4tong3, n., the body of transmitted orthodox teachings.
42. 道義 dao4yi4, n., moral relationships: 道義之交 friendship based on mutual respect, such friends;
43. 道義 dao4yi4, n., 道義上說不過去 not justified or excusable on moral grounds.
44. 道友 dao4you3, n., friends of same church or belief, friends sharing same interest (oft. referred to drug addicts).
45. 道院 dao4yUan4, n., Taoist monastery.

Num. Index: 80.83     sueih (also sui2    ).
V.t.(1) To complete (work), fulfill (wish), succeed: 得遂所顯 have wish fulfilled;
遂初衷 succeed in what one has always wished--to retire;
遂心,遂願,遂意 sui4xin1, sui4yUan4, sui4yi4↓;
未遂 (p.p.) uncompleted, failed;
遂過 sui4guo4↓.
(2) (AC) to promote: 顯忠遂良 promote the loyal and good people.
(3) (AC) to tolerate, refrain from inhibition.
Adj.Fulfilled, successful: 功成名遂 have work done and recognized.
Adv.(1) Then, and then, consequently: 遂破產 consequently became bankrupt;
遂不起 then died of illness;
遂和好如初 then became reconciled;
proceeding to 遂至,遂及 sui4zhi4, sui4ji22↓.
(2) Immediately: 遂即,遂則 sui4ji21, sui4ze2↓.
Words1. 遂過 sui4guo4, v.i., (LL) to help consummate a mistake: 飾非遂過 cover up mistakes and complete the undoing.
2. 遂即 sui4ji21 (sui2ji2), adv., immediatly (resign, etc.).
3. 遂及 sui4ji22 (sui2ji2), phr., and then proceed to: 遂及於亂 ended in adultery.
4. 遂至 sueih-jyh (sui2zhi4), phr., end up in: 遂至不可收拾 ended up in a fiasco.
5. 遂心 sueih-shin (sui2xin1), v.i., to fulfill one's desire.
6. 遂事 sui4shi4, n., (AC) by gones: 遂事不諫 let bygones be bygones.
7. 遂願 sui4yUan4, v.i., have wish fulfilled, realized.

Num. Index: 80.83     ㄑㄧㄡˊ qiu2    .
Adj.(1) Forceful, see compp.↓.
(2) Near, close: 歲忽忽而遒盡 the year is drawing so fast to its close.
Words1. 遒健 qiu2jian4, adj., (callig.) strong, powerful in strokes.
2. 遒勁 qiu2jing4, adj., (callig.) strong, rugged.
3. 遒緊 qiu2jin3, adj., (litr. or artistic composition) tightly composed, compact.
4. 遒美 qiu2mei3, adj., see qiu2jian4↑.
5. 遒逸 qiu2yi4, adj., (callig.) forceful and free in movement.

Num. Index: 80.83     ㄗㄨㄣ zun1    .
V.t.Follow, obey: 遵命 zun1ming4↓;
遵教 comply with orders;
遵旨 obey imperial decree;
遵辦 do as instructed;
遵時養晦 abide one's time during period of ill luck.
Words1. 遵奉 zun1feng4, v.t., faithfully obey (orders, instructions).
2. 遵照 zun1zhao4, v.t., do (act) according to (orders, instructions, laws, regulations).
3. 遵陸 zun1lu4, v.i., go (travel) by land, take a land route.
4. 遵命 zun1ming4, v.i., follow instructions, act according to orders received.
5. 遵行 zun1xing2, v.t., faithfully carry out (policy, directives, guidelines): 遵行方向 (road sign) “follow this direction,” as indicated by an arrow.
6. 遵守 zun1shou3, v.t., obey (rules, laws, orders).
7. 遵循 zun1xUn2, v.t., follow (route, orders).
8. 遵從 zun1cong2, v.t., ditto.
9. 遵依 zun1yi1, v.t., zun1zhao4↑.

Num. Index: 80.93     ㄍㄨㄥ gong1    .
N.(1) Public affairs: 辦公 attend to official duties;
公務 gong1wu4, 公事gong1shi42, 公家 gong1jia1↓.
(2) Office for the transaction of official business: 公門gong1men2↓.
(3) (AC) grand councillor or grand duke: 三公 the three offices of 太師,太傅,太保 or 大司馬,大司徒,大司空:一國三公 divided counsel, a house divided against itself;
公卿 gong1qing1↓.
(4) (AC) a duke (-dom): 公侯 dukes and marquises;
公爵 rank of duke.
(5) A male person of superior rank: 太公 great-grandfather, grandfather, father;
公公 gong1gong0↓;
叔公 father's uncle;
舅公 grandmother's brother;
外公 maternal grandfather;
公婆 husband's parents;
老公公 (court.) granddad, Santa Claus or any old man;
(某)公 one Mr. (So and so);
明公 (LL) you illustrious Sir;
相公 (a) (MC) court. address to prime minister;
(b) (MC, coll.) a common young scholar;
(c) formerly, a pederast;
相公堂子 house of pederasts.
(6) A surname.
V.t.To share with: 公天下 (of statesmanship) take one's position as a public trust (lit., “share the country with the people”);
公諸同好 let others with same taste share (artistic or creative work).
Adj.(1) Fair and just: 大公無私 fair-minded, unselfish;
公正 gung-jehng, 公平 gong1ping2↓;
不公 unfair, unjust;
公道 gong1dao4↓;
公公道道 fair and square.
(2) Belonging to the male sex: 公雞 a cock;
公牛 a bull;
公母 (倆) a male and a female, a couple;
公的 the male.
(3) Belonging to the public, government-owned: 公園 gong1yUan2↓;
公物 public possessions;
公地 public land;
公款 public funds;
公產 public property;
公服 official dress;
公德 gong1de2↓;
公假 official leave of absence;
公債 gong1zhai4, 公賣 gong1mai4, 公憤gong1fen4, 公意gong1yi42↓.
(4) Of a universal system, esp. metrical system: 公曆 gong1li42, 公里 gong1li31↓.
Adv.(1) Done or supported by the government: 公有 publicly owned;
公立 financed by the government, publicly established: 公立學校,公立醫院 public schools, hospitals.
(2) Done by general consensus: 公推 chosen by acclamation;
公s elected by popular vote;
公攤 (of expenses) shared equally by all.
Words1. 公案 gong1an4, n., (1) office desks;
2. 公案 gong1an4, n., (2) official business;
3. 公案 gong1an4, n., (3) a much discussed issue, a standing problem, esp. in Zen Budd.
4. 公安 gong1an1, n., public security;
5. 公安 gong1an1, n., 公安局 police department.
6. 公保 gong1bao3, n., government insurance for public servants.
7. 公報 gong1bao4, n., government gazette.
8. 公倍數 gong1bei4shu4, n., (math.) a common multiple.
9. 公便 gong1bian4, adv. & n., (used in official documents) “for the benefit of all parties concerned”: 實為方便.
10. 公比 gong1bi3, n., (math.) the common ratio.
11. 公秉 gong1bing3, n., a kiloliter, see Appendix C.
12. 公布 gong1bu4, adj., (also 公佈) (of laws or decrees) officially promulgated, publicly announced.
13. 公差 gong1chai1, n., (1) a government messenger boy;
14. 公差 gong1chai1, n., public service;
15. 公差 gong1chai1, n., (2) (gong1cha1) (math.) the common difference;
16. 公差 gong1chai1, n., (econ.) remedy, tolerance of the mint.
17. 公娼 gong1chang1, n., licensed prostitution: 公娼制度 ditto.
18. 公錢 gong1qian2, n., a decagram, see Appendix C.
19. 公器 gong1chi4, n., (1) government property;
20. 公器 gong1chi4, n., (2) (LL) official titles and honors.
21. 公啟 gong1chi3, n., (1) an open letter;
22. 公啟 gong1chi3, n., (2) a joint statement signed by a number of persons.
23. 公頃 gong1qing31, n., (surface measure) a hectare, see Appendix C.
24. 公請 gong1qing32, v.i. & n., (give) a joint invitation or dinner in honor of s.o.
25. 公卿 gong1qing1, n., (AC) high ministers of rank.
26. 公出 gong1chu1, n., official leave of absence.
27. 公權 gong1qUan2, n., political or civic rights.
28. 公尺 gong1chi3, n., (linear measure) a meter, see Appendix C.
29. 公石 gong1dan4, n., a hectoliter, see Appendix C.
30. 公道 gong1dao4, (1) n., justice, fairness;
31. 公道 gong1dao4, (2) (gong1dao0) adj., fair, just, reasonable.
32. 公德 gong1de2, n., public behavior or morals, regard for public welfare.
33. 公敵 gong1di2, n., public enemy.
34. 公斗 gong1dou3, n., a decaliter, see Appendix C.
35. 公斷 gong1duan4, n., arbitration, impartial judgement.
36. 公牘 gong1du2, n., official correspondence.
37. 公法 gong1fa3, n., (1) (jurisprudence) public laws: 國際公法 international law;
38. 公法 gong1fa3, n., (2) (math.) postulates (as the Euclidean postulates of geometry).
39. 公份兒 gong1feher0, n., a joint gift (also 公分兒).
40. 公憤 gong1fen4, n., public indignation.
41. 公費 gong1fei4, n., (1) office expenses;
42. 公費 gong1fei4, n., (2) funds provided by the government or any organization for a specific purpose, such as scholarships or charity;
43. 公費 gong1fei4, n., (3) a lawyer's fee.
44. 公分 gong1fen1, n., (1) (linear measure) a centimeter;
45. 公分 gong1fen1, n., (2) (measure of weight) a gram, see Appendix C.
46. 公幹 gong1gan4, n., official business.
47. 公告 gong1gan4, (1) n., public announcement;
48. 公告 gong1gan4, (2) v.i. & t., make such an announcement.
49. 公館 gong1guan3, n., (1) formerly, residence provided by the goverment for officials;
50. 公館 gong1guan3, n., (2) private residence of a government official;
51. 公館 gong1guan3, n., (3) (court.) a private home.
52. 公共 gong1gong0, adj., public, common, joint: 公共關係 public relations;
53. 公共 gong1gong0, adj., 公共食堂 common mess hall.
54. 公公 gong1gong0, n., (1) grandfather;
55. 公公 gong1gong0, n., (2) the father of one's husband;
56. 公公 gong1gong0, n., (3) gen. term of respect for the aged;
57. 公公 gong1gong0, n., (4) a eunuch.
58. 公海 gong1hai3, n., the high seas.
59. 公函 gong1han2, n., (1) an official document;
60. 公函 gong1han2, n., (2) a letter signed by a number of persons.
61. 公毫 gong1hao2, n., a centigram, see Appendix C.
62. 公合 gong1he2, n., a deciliter, see Appendix C.
63. 公衡 gong1heng2, n., ten kilograms, see Appendix C.
64. 公會 gong1hui4, n., a trade union, professional club.
65. 公丈 gong1zhang4, n., a decameter, see Appendix C.
66. 公債 gong1zhai4, n., bonds issued by the government or local selfgoverning bodies.
67. 公正 gong1zheng4, adj., just, impartial, fair (person, judgment).
68. 公證人 gong1zheng4ren2, n., (1) a witness;
69. 公證人 gong1zheng4ren2, n., (2) notary public.
70. 公家 gong1jia1, n., the government;
71. 公家 gong1jia1, 公家的 adj., public, not private.
72. 公價 gong1jia4, n., official, controlled price.
73. 公斤 gong1jin1, n., a kilogram, see Appendix C.
74. 公積 gong1ji2, n., (business) reserve fund (also 公積金).
75. 公轉 gong1zhuan3, n., (astron.) a revolution.
76. 公眾 gong1zhong4, n., the general public;
77. 公眾 gong1zhong4, n., 公眾假期 public holiday.
78. 公主 gong1zhu3, n., a princess.
79. 公決 gong1jUe2, v.t. & n., (pass) resolutions by the majority.
80. 公開 gong1kai1, adj. & adv., (1) open(ly);
81. 公開 gong1kai1, adj. & adv., (2) open to the public: 公開展覽 a public exhibition;
82. 公開 gong1kai1, adj. & adv., 公開演講 a public lecture;
83. 公開 gong1kai1, adj. & adv., 公開信 open letter.
84. 公款 gong1kuan3, n., public funds.
85. 公空 gong1kong1, n., the outer space over which no country has jurisdiction.
86. 公兩 gong1liang3, n, a centigram, see Appendix C.
87. 公例 gong1li41, n., a conventional practice;
88. 公例 gong1li41, n., a law of physics.
89. 公曆 gong1li42, n., reckoning by Christian era, A.D. or B.C. (also called 西曆):
90. 公里 gong1li31, n., a kilometer, see Appendix C.
91. 公理 gong1li32, n., (1) justice, universally accepted truths;
92. 公理 gong1li32, n., (2) (math.) axioms.
93. 公釐 gong1li2, n., (1) a decigram;
94. 公釐 gong1li2, n., (2) a millimeter;
95. 公釐 gong1li2, n., (3) a square meter, see Appendix C.
96. 公路 gong1lu4, n., highway.
97. 公論 gong1lun4, n., public opinion, general consensus.
98. 公賣 gong1mai4, n., government monopoly (of tobacco, wine, etc.).
99. 公門 gong1men2, n., (1) a government office;
100. 公門 gong1men2, n., (2) (AC) the palace gate.
101. 公民 gong1min2, n., citizen of a country.
102. 公民權 gong1min2qUan2, n., civic rights.
103. 公墓 gong1mu4, n., a public cemetery.
104. 公畝 gong1mu3, n., an acre, equal to 100 sq. meters, see Appendix C.
105. 公平 gong1ping2, adj, just, fair, impartial.
106. 公僕 gong1pu2, n., public servants.
107. 公然 gong1ran2, adv., openly.
108. 公認 gong1ren4, adj., generally recognized or accepted.
109. 公審 gong1shen3, n., public trial.
110. 公社 gong1she4, n., a commune: 巴黎公社 the Paris Commune of 1871.
111. 公升 gong1sheng1, n., a liter, see Appendix C.
112. 公項 gong1xiang4, n., (math.) a general term.
113. 公廨 gong1xie4, n., government office or building.
114. 公勺 gong1shou4, n., a centiliter, see Appendix C.
115. 公署 gong1shu3, n., government office.
116. 公式 gong1shi41, n., a formula: 數學公式 mathematical formulas;
117. 公式 gong1shi41, n., 公式化 put in formulas, become a formula.
118. 公事 gong1shi42, n., (1) public affairs;
119. 公事 gong1shi42, n., (2) official business;
120. 公事 gong1shi42, n., (3) official documents;
121. 公事 gong1shi42, n., 公事包 attach* case, brief case.
122. 公使 gong1shi3, n., a minister accredited to a foreign country.
123. 公訴 gong1su4, n., (law) public indictment.
124. 公孫 gong1su4, n., a surname.
125. 公孫樹 gong1sun1shu4, n., the ginkgo tree (usu. 銀杏).
126. 公絲 gong1si11, n., a milligram, see Appendix C.
127. 公司 gong1si12, n., a commercial company, a business firm;
128. 公司 gong1si12, n., 公司法 corporation law;
129. 公司 gong1si12, n., 公司債 corporation bonds.
130. 公堂 gong1tang2, n., formerly a law court.
131. 公庭 gong1ting2, n., (1) a courtyard in front of the imperial ancestral shrine;
132. 公庭 gong1ting2, n., (2) (=公堂) a law court: 對簿公庭 confront s.o. before a law court.
133. 公撮 gong1cuo1, n., a milliliter, see Appendix C.
134. 公同 gong1tong2, adj. & adv., common(ly), joint(ly), in cooperation with one another.
135. 公寸 gong1zun4, n., a decimeter, see Appendix C.
136. 公祖 gong1zu3, n., formerly, a term of respect for the local magistrate.
137. 公子 gong1zi3, n., (1) (AC) the son of a feudal prince;
138. 公子 gong1zi3, n., (2) the son of a higher class family: 公子哥兒 rich man's sons, playboys.
139. 公文 gong1wen2, n., official document.
140. 公務 gong1wu4, n., public business, duties;
141. 公務 gong1wu4, n., 公務員 civil servant.
142. 公益 gong1yi41, n., community benefit;
143. 公益 gong1yi41, n., 公益金 community chest.
144. 公意 gong1yi42, n., opinion of majority.
145. 公營 gong1ying2, adj., government-, state-, operated enterprise;
146. 公營 gong1ying2, adj., 公私合營 quasi-government enterprise.
147. 公園 gong1yUan2, n., park.
148. 公寓 gong1yU4, n., apartment house, apartment.
149. 公用事業 gong1yong4shi4ye4, n., public utilities.

Num. Index: 80.93     ㄐㄧㄤ jiang1    .
N.A surname.

Num. Index: 80.93     ㄏㄨㄟˋ hui4    . [Abbr. of 會 81.41]

Num. Index: 80.93      zi1    .
N.(1) Year, time: 今茲 this year, now, at present;
來茲 next year, in the future.
(2) This, n. & adj.,: 念茲在茲 always remember this;
now this: 茲事體大 now this matter is serious.
Adv.Now (usu. at beginning of sentence): 茲者 at this time, now, at present;
茲啟者 this is to advise that…;
茲定於某月某日訂婚 this is to announce (our) engagement on a (certain) day of a (certain) month;
茲因 now because of …;
茲有(now) there is, here is…;
茲查 (now) it has been found that….
Adv.(U.f. 滋) very, extremely: 賦斂茲重 (LL) taxes and levies are inordinately heavy.

Num. Index: 80S.00-2     ㄊㄧˋ ti4    .
V.t.Shave: 剃鬍子 shave beard;
剃汗毛 shave hair on armpit, legs, etc.;
剃得乾淨 shave clean;
剃髮修行 (為尼) cut off hair and be monk (nun).
Words1. 剃刀 ti4dao1, n., razor.
2. 剃度 ti4du4, v.i., cut off hair and join monastery.
3. 剃頭 ti2tou2, v.i., have haircut: 剃光頭,剃頭匠 barber;
4. 剃頭 ti2tou2, v.i.,剃頭店,舖 barbershop;
5. 剃頭 ti2tou2, v.i.,剃頭刀 razor.

Num. Index: 80S.22-3     ㄅㄧㄣ bin1    . [Var.豳]
N.Place name.
Adj.(AC) used as var. of 斌 60S.71, 彬 10B.91.

Num. Index: 80S.22-3     ㄒㄧˋ xi4    . [Dist. 卻]
N.An opening, a crack (interch. 隙).
A surname (also wr. □).

Num. Index: 80S.22-3     ㄓㄥˋ zheng4    .
N.(1) A surname.
(2) Name of anc. principality in classical times.
Words1. 鄭重 zheng4zhong4, adj. & adv., with great care, formally, solemnly: 鄭重聲明 solemnly declare;
2. 鄭重 zheng4zhong4, adj. & adv., 鄭重其事 act with due care and respect.

Num. Index: 80S.22-3     ㄕㄢˋ shan4    .
N.Name of place.

Num. Index: 80S.22-5     ㄑㄩㄝˋ qUe4    . [Pop. l]
V.i. & t.(1) V.t., to reject: 拒卻,謝卻 to reject (invitation, offer);
卻情 decline a favor;
卻之不恭 “it would be disrespectful to decline”--formula for accepting;
推卻 to delay, shirk (responsibility);
卻死 (AC) afraid of death (“shun death”);
卻老 (AC) rejuvenation (“delay old age”);
卻病延年 banish illness and increase long life.
(2) V.i., to step backward: 卻立,卻步 qUe4li4, qUe4bu4↓.
Adv.(1) (Preceding vb.) yet: 他先提議的,卻沒來 he was the first to propose it, yet does not come;
often has the force of “but” “yet”combined, suggesting “on the other hand”: 他卻反咬你一口 on the other hand he makes a countercharge (“bites back”);
你贊成,我卻反對 you approve, but I don't;
卻不見回音 but yet there is no reply;
卻又來 not this again!
(2) Emphasizing an affirmative or negative declaration like German doch: 原來卻是他 it is he after all;
事情卻不容易 the thing is really not so simple.
(3) Opening a paragraph in story-telling, like English “now”:卻說 now the story goes.
(4) As a vb. adjunct, meaning “off”: 殺卻 kill off;
除卻 drive off.
(5) Just: 卻夠 just enough.
Conj.However, but, on the other hand: 卻不料 however, to one's surprise;
卻不知 howevey, one does not know;
卻不提防 to one's surpruse;
卻不道 to one's surprise, also is it not as the proverb says (you cannot put two saddles on one horse, etc.).
Words1. 卻步 qUe4bu4, v.i., to step backwards.
2. 卻待 qUe4dai4, v.i., is just waiting to (=正要): 接了銀子,卻待分手 having received the money, they were just going to part, when…
3. 卻好 qUe4hao3, adv., fortunately, just at the right time.
4. 卻來 qUe4lai2, adv. phr., (1) yet (same as 卻 Adv. 1↑): 他應該最知道,卻來問 he should know best, yet comes to ask me about it;
5. 卻來 qUe4lai2, adv. phr., (2) in reality: 卻來 (=原來)他們倆沒有什麼仇恨, in reality, they two had no ancient grudge.
6. 卻立 qUe4li4, v.i., to stand back.
7. 卻扇 qUe4shan4, v.i., (allu.) become married.
8. 卻是 qUe4shi4, phr., emphatic form of 是:卻是實的 but it is true (see 卻 Adv. 2↑).
9. 卻纔 qUe4cai2, adv. (MC) just now (=modn. 方才).
10. 卻走 qUe4zou3, v.i., run backward, turn away.
11. 卻又 qUe4you4, phr., (1) but again (emphatic “again”): 丟開不幹,卻又不成 again it won't do to throw up the whole business;
12. 卻又 qUe4you4, phr., (2) (MC) then…later: 量輕發落,卻又理會 give him a light sentence, then take it up later.

Num. Index: 80S.30-6     ㄕㄢ shan1    . [Var. 膻]
N.Rank odor of raw lamb, mutton.

Num. Index: 80S.42-4     ㄕㄨㄛˋ shou4    .
N.(1) The first day of the lunar month: 朔日 ditto;
朔望 the first and fifteenth day of lunar month;
正朔 New Year's day, beginning of year.
(2) The north: 朔方 shou4fang1↓;
朔風 north wind;
朔野,朔漠 northern prairies, desert;
朔氣 northern cold air.
Words1. 朔方 shou4fang1, n., the north.
2. 朔望月 shou4wang4yUe4, n., the exact lunar month, 29.53 days.

Num. Index: 80S.50-4     ㄐㄧㄝˊ jie2    .
N.(1) A castrated ram.
(2) An anc. barbaric tribe.

Num. Index: 80S.50-4     ㄐㄩㄢ jUan1    .
V.t.(1) (Interch. 捐) exempt, free from obligation: 蠲免 jUan1mian3↓;
蠲賦 exempt from payment of the land tax.
(2) Select:蠲吉 choose an auspicious day.
(3) Cleanse: 蠲滌 to clean with water, purify.
Words1. 蠲除 jUan1chu2, v.t., relieve of excessive burden or oppressive measures (=捐除).
2. 蠲減 jUan1jian3, v.t., reduce tax burden.
3. 蠲免 jUan1mian3, v.t., exempt from tax payment.

Num. Index: 80S.50-5     ㄔㄨㄤˋ chuang4    . [Anc. var. of 創 81S.00]

Num. Index: 80S.50-5     ㄒㄧㄤˊ xiang2    .
V.i.(1) To circle around, to wheel about (as birds): 飛翔,翔空,高翔 (of birds) wheel about, high in the air;
翔集 (AC) fly around and then settle down together;
翔泳 (birds and fish) fly and swim;
翔舞 (birds) fly and hop about.
(2) Prices leap up: 翔貴;
翔踊(LL, rare) spiral up.
Adj. & adv.(Var. of 詳) careful, -ly: 翔實 (=詳實) thoroughly;
和氣翔洽 (LL) a pervasive spirit of peace and harmony.
Words1. 翔步 xiang1bu4, v.i., (AC) pace about (in the room).
2. 翔羊 xiang2yang2, n., loiter, pace about (also wr. 相羊,襄羊).

Num. Index: 80S.50-9     ㄊㄧˊ ti2    .
Words1. 鵜鶘 ti2hu2, n., pelican.
2. 鵜□ ti2jUe2, n., cuckoo (=子規, also wr. 鶗□).

Num. Index: 80S.50-9     ㄩˋ yU4    .
N.See □ 鵒 41S.50.

Num. Index: 80S.50-9     ㄘˊ ci2    . [Var. of □ 80.50]

Num. Index: 80S.50-9     ㄐㄧㄢ jian1    .
N.A mythical bird supposed to have only one eye and one wing: 鶼鶼 a pair of such birds dependent on each other, inseparable, hence, husband and wife;
鶼鰈 birds and fish of this kind.

Num. Index: 80S.63-8     ㄌㄧㄥˊ ling2    .
N.羚羊 a kind of antelope: 羚羊掛角 (fig.) superlative poetic art, showing no traces of effort.

Num. Index: 80S.70-3     ㄆㄧㄥˊ ping2    .
N.Jar, bottle, jug, vase (often ping2zi0, ping2er0): 花瓶 flower vase, also girl in office useful only as a decoration;
酒瓶 wine bottle, jug;
藥瓶 bottle for medicine;
瓶花 cut flowers for vase, the art of arranging them;
守口如瓶 keep mouth tightly shut.
Words1. 瓶 ping2bo1, n., alms-bowl and pot of monks.
2. 瓶塞兒 ping2sa3er0, n., bottle stopper.
3. 瓶笙 ping2sheng1, n., a Suhng Dyn. whistling kettle.

Num. Index: 80S.70-3     ㄗㄥˋ zeng4    .
N.A cooking pot: 甑中生塵 (LL) so poor that dust has collected in one's cooking pot;
甑兒糕 steamed pastry;
飯甑 a rice pot.

b Num. Index: 80S.70-5     ㄅㄚ ba1    .
N.(AC) salted dried meat.

Num. Index: 80S.71-7     ㄖㄨㄥˊ rong2    .
N.(1) Wool of sheep.
(2) Woolen goods (also 絨).
(3) Down, felt (also 底羢).

Num. Index: 80S.71-7     ㄍㄨㄛˊ guo2    .
N.A prisoner of war with the left ear cut off, the left ear thus cut off: 獻馘 to present the prisoners.

Num. Index: 80S.71-9     ㄉㄧ di1    .
N.Ram, he-goat: 牴羊觸藩 a ram bucking a hedge--unable to move forward or backward.

Num. Index: 80S.80-3     ㄅㄢ ban1    .
V.t.(1) To confer (prizes, medals, etc.): 頒獎,頒賞,頒贈.
(2) To distribute: 頒給薪俸 distribute pay.
(3) To publish officially, see 頒布 ban1bu4↓.
Words1. 頒布 ban1bu4, v.t., promulgate (new laws, mandates).
2. 頒發 ban1fa1, v.t., officially give out (order, bonus, etc.).
3. 頒行 ban1xing2, v.t., publish (order, statutes, etc.) for execution.
4. 頒贈 ban1zeng4, v.t., to confer (honors, degrees).

Num. Index: 80S.80-3     ㄙㄨㄥˋ song4         (*ㄖㄨㄥˊ rong2    ).
V.t. & n.(1) Praise, chant: 稱頌 to praise;
頌揚,頌讚 song4yang2, song4zan4↓;
歌頌 to chant praise (of God, emperor);
歌功頌德 glorify a ruler's character and accomplishments;
頌聲載道 win popular praise (“in the streets”).
(2) (*rong2) To unfetter: 頌繫之 (AC) to take off the fetters from him.
Words1. 頌美 song4mei3, v.t., (LL) to praise, speak well of (s.o.).
2. 頌詞 song4ci2, n., (1) a eulogy;
3. 頌詞 song4ci2, n., (2) an ambassador's speech delivered at the presentation of his credentials.
4. 頌讚 song4zan4, v.t. & n., praise.
5. 頌揚 song4yang2, v.t., sing the praises of.

Num. Index: 80S.81-1     ㄧㄡˊ you2    .
N.(LL) a grand plan: 嘉猷 a good plan;
鴻猷 a great plan.
V.t.(AC) to paint (images).

Num. Index: 80S.81-9     ㄩˋ yU4    .
N.Desire, human desire (also wr. 慾);
wish, want:大欲 great disire.
V.i. & t.To desire, want (LL for vern. 要): 從心所欲 follow what the heart desires;
非我所欲 is not what I want;
不欲 do not want to;
己所不欲,勿施於人 do not do unto others what you do not want done unto you;
欲望,欲願 yU4wang4, yU4yUan4↓;
欲求,欲圖 try to, hope to, in order to;
欲速則不達 things done in a hurry cannot be done well.
Words1. 欲心 yU4xin1, n., wish, desire.
2. 欲望 yU4wang4, n., wish, desire.
3. 欲要 yU4yao4, v.i., want to.
4. 欲願 yU4yUan4, n., wish, desire.

Num. Index: 80S.81-9     ㄑㄧㄢˋ qian4    .
Adj.(1) Ill at ease, feel “guilty”: 歉仄 qian4ze4↓;
抱歉 (court.) feel “guilty”(for delay in answering letter, etc.);
道歉,致歉 to extend apology, to apologize;
深以為歉 (LL) I feel deeply apologetic.
(2) Having bad crops: 歲歉 crop failure, a bad year in crops.
Words1. 歉然 qian4ran2, adj., apologetic.
2. 歉收 qian4shou1, v.t. & n., bad crops, poor harvest.
3. 歉仄 qian4ze4, adj., (court.) ashamed of oneself.
4. 歉意 qian4yi4, n., sense of being guilty or ill at ease.

Num. Index: 80S.82-4     ㄍㄨˇ gu3    .
N.(Zoo.) a black ram.

Num. Index: 81.00     ㄩˊ yU2         (ㄩˋ yU4    ). [Usu. printed □]
N.A surname.
V.i.(1) To consent, approve: 俞允 you approve;
your approval.
(2) U.f. 愈 recover from illness.

Num. Index: 81.00     ㄋㄚˊ na2    . [Pop. var. of 拏]
V.t.(1) Take (hold of), bring, keep, control, arrest: 拿開,拿去,拿走 take (s.t.) away;
拿定 take firm hold of, grasp: 拿定主意,拿定方針 make up one's mind;
拿過來 bring (s.t.) over here;
拿穩 keep (s.t.) firmly in hand;
拿不穩 cannot be sure;
拿住(了)keep in hand, take hold of, have apprehended (s.o.);
拿得動,不動 can, cannot move (s.t.);
拿不起來 (lit.) cannot lift (s.t.)heavy;
(fig.) cannot control: 他雖當了主管,但一切事都拿不起來 though he is the boss, he cannot get anything done;
拿不住 (lit.) cannot hold (s.t.) slippery;
(fig.) cannot seize or arrest: 這麼多人,拿不住一個小賊 so many men cannot seize even a petty thief;
cannot keep in possession: 他拿不住錢,一兩天就花光了 he can never save money but will spend every cent of it in a day or two;
cannot control: 拿不住人,當不了頭目 if you don't know how to keep men under control, you can never be boss;
捉拿,拿捕 arrest or seize;
拿辦 arrest and punish;
拿獲 apprehend;
拿問 arrest and interrogate;
拿人 arrest people, coerce (s.o.) to yield to one's demands;
拿空子 take advantage of an opening for attack;
拿缺缺兒 find fault with;
拿三搬四 try to evade;
拿刀動杖 resort to force;
拿權,拿事 get control of, have the power to do or dominate.
(2) Pretend:assume (airs): 拿班做勢,拿腔做事 put up a front, pretend to be busy;
拿把,拿喬,拿架子,拿糖,拿大,拿捏 see na2ba3, na2qiao2, na2jiahtz, na2tang2, na2da4, na2nie0↓.
Prep.With: 拿話激他 to inflame or egg him on with words;
(=把) introducing object of vb. and placing object before vb.: 拿他埋怨了一頓 grumble against him;
拿他開玩笑 make fun of him (=開他頑笑);
拿我當什麼人 regard me as what? 拿他摔了 throw it down and break it.
Words1. 拿把 na2ba3, v.t., put on airs, strike a pose in order to enhance one's own importance.
2. 拿拌 na2ban4, v.i., purposely embarrass others.
3. 拿喬 na2qiao2, v.t., see na2ba3↑, na2jia4zi0↓.
4. 拿情 na2qing2, v.t., (MC) flirt with (=調情).
5. 拿大 na2da4, v.i., pretend to be superior;
6. 拿大 na2da4, v.i., 拿大頂 see na2diing↓.
7. 拿(大)頂 na2(da4)ding3, v.i., stand on one's head.
8. 拿滑 na2hua2, v.i., hold fast: 這皮鞋底不拿滑 the soles of the pair of shoes do not catch well, i.e., slip easily.
9. 拿架子 na2jiahtz, v.i., put on airs.
10. 拿毛 na2mao2, v.i., look for trouble in: 拿毛打架 be rowdy and engage in fisticuffs.
11. 拿捏 na2nie0, v.i., (1) purposely put obstacles in the way of (s.o.);
12. 拿捏 na2nie0, v.i., (2) pretend to conform to rules of propriety.
13. 拿手 na2shou3(na2shou0), adj., be good at, excel in: 拿手好戲 what one most excels in, one's specialty.
14. 拿糖 na2tang2, v.i., see na2jiahntz↑.
15. 拿總(兒) na2zong3(er0), v.t., exercise general control or supervision.

Num. Index: 81.01     ㄕㄜ she1    . [Dist. 余]
N.A surname.

Num. Index: 81.01     ㄩˊ yU2    .
N.A surname.
Pron.(AC, LL) I, my, me (=vern. 我).

Num. Index: 81.02     ㄘㄨㄢ cuan1         (tuun    ).
V.i.To boil with water (as different from stew and in shorter time): 汆湯 cuan1tang1↓.
Words1. 汆兒 tsuaer0, n., see cuan1zi0↓.
2. 汆湯 cuan1tang1, n., soup (vegetable or meat);
3. 汆湯 cuan1tang1, n., pop. also wr. 川.
4. 汆子 cuan1zi0, n., (1) sauce made to go with noodles;
5. 汆子 cuan1zi0, n., (2) a small metal pot which can be lowered into earthen oven, causing water in it to boil almost instantly.

Num. Index: 81.02     ㄕˊ shi2     (*syh).
N.(1) Food: 酒食,飲食 food and drink;
衣食 food and clothing;
食色 food and sex;
膳食,伙食 board, the meals;
食用 shi2yong4↓;
食堂 dining room;
食少量繁 lot of work and scanty meals;
食前方丈(AC) have food spread out ten feet square--live in luxury.
(2) (*syh) 食不厭精 (AC) rice could never be white enough (of Confucius);
有酒食,先生饌 when there's food and drink, it is served to the master.
(3) A radical, 81B.
(4) A surname.
V.t.(1) To eat: 食量 shi2liang4↓;
食其肉而寢其皮 want to eat his flesh and sleep on his hide--swear revenge;
食玉炊桂 (LL) food as expensive as jade and fuel as expensive as cassia--extremely high cost of living;
oft. fig., to digest: 食古不化 read ancient teachings without digesting them--be slave to the ancients;
食言, shi2yan21↓.
(2) To live on: 自食其力 live by one's own labor;
食租衣稅 (of officials) live on rents;
hold a feudal benefice: 食祿,食邑,食土,食地 shi2lu4, shi2yi4, shi2tu3, shi2di4↓.
(3) Sometimes equivalent to drink: 食酒 (AC) drink wine.
(4) (*syh, =飼) To feed (dog, person).
V.i.To eclipse: 日食,月食 eclipse of the sun, moon (also wr. 蝕).
Words1. 食頃 shi2qing3, phr., the time of a meal, a short moment.
2. 食蟲類 shi2chong2lei4, n., Insectivora.
3. 食單 shi2dan1, n., menu.
4. 食道 shi2dao4, n., (1) oesophagus, alimentary canal;
5. 食道 shi2dao4, n., (2) proper method of eating.
6. 食地 shi2di4, n., fief town, see shi2yi4↓.
7. 食俸 shi2feng4, n., formerly, salary.
8. 食復 shi2fu2, n., relapse of patient owing to wrong food.
9. 食管 shi2guan3, n., (physiol.) the oesophagus.
10. 食盒 shi2he2, n., (1) food casket, usu. lacquered;
11. 食盒 shi2he2, n., (2) bridal caskets of food and clothing, etc. paraded on streets.
12. 食貨 shi2huo4, n., food and commerce, economic goods.
13. 食火 shi2huo3ji1, n., (zoo.) the cassowary, casuaris, an ostrichlike bird.
14. 食積 shi2ji1, n., indigestion.
15. 食忌 shi2ji4, n., taboos in food.
16. 食茱萸 shi2zhu1yU2, n., a tree whose fruit is edible, zanthoxylum ailanthoides.
17. 食具 shi2jU4, n., table service (bowls, etc.).
18. 食指 shi2zhi3, n., (1) the index finger;
19. 食指 shi2zhi3, n., (2) 食指浩繁 many mouths to feed.
20. 食客 shi2ke4, n., (Warring Kingdoms) scholars and swordsmen retained by rich, powerful family.
21. 食量 shi2liang4, n.,eating capacity.
22. 食糧 shi2liang2, n., foodstuffs, army rations.
23. 食料 shi2liao4, n., feed for horses, etc.
24. 食祿 shi2lu4, n., formerly, official's salary.
25. 食品 shi2pin3, n., eatables in gen.
26. 食譜 shi2pu3, n., menu, recipe.
27. 食肉 shi2rou4, adj., carnivorous;
28. 食肉 shi2rou4, adj., 食肉獸 carnivorous animal.
29. 食嗓 shi2(')sang3, n., (coll.) the alimentary canal.
30. 食土 shi2tu3, n., fief town.
31. 食物 shi2wu4, n., food in gen.
32. 食言 shi2yan21, v.i., to “eat one's words”--fail to live up to promise.
33. 食鹽 shi2yan22, n., table or kitchen salt.
34. 食邑 shi2yi4, n, fief town.
35. 食蟻獸 shi2yi3shou4, n., (zoo.) the anteater.
36. 食慾 shi2yU4, n., appetite.
37. 食用 shi2yong4, n., living expenses.

Num. Index: 81.02     ㄑㄧㄣ qin1    .
N.Bed quilt: 衾枕 quilt and pillow;
被衾 bed quilt;
衾冷枕寒 phr., loneliness in bed;
衾 in privacy of bedroom;
衾影無慚 phr., a clear conscience in the still hours of the night;
衾綢 silk bedclothes.

Num. Index: 81.10     ㄙㄢˇ san3    .
N.Umbrella, parasol, sunshade: 洋傘 modern umbrella;
雨傘 generally umbrella, orig. made of oiled paper and bamboo frame;
旱傘,陽傘 parasol: 降落傘 parachute;
傘兵,降傘兵 parachutist.

Num. Index: 81.11     ㄑㄩㄢˊ qUan2    .
N.A surname.
V.t.To maintain, keep whole or intact: 保全 to keep well, maintain;
全節 (LL) to keep one's integrity (even sacrificing life);
全交 (LL) to keep friendship unchanged;
全性保真 (Taoist) to keep one's original nature;
兩全其美 satisfy both parties, have it both ways;
keep the good points of both;
苟全性命 manage to stay alive with sacrifice of principles;
安全 security.
Adj.(1) Complete, perfect: 完全 complete, -ly;
全勝 a complete victory;
大全 “a compendium, alpha and omega”;
忠孝兩全 both loyalty and filial piety are attained;
才貌雙全 having both looks and real talent;
求全之心 the desire for perfection;
全始全終 perfect (in friendships, etc.) from beginning to end;
十全十美 perfect;
全受全歸 lived a perfect life (“return intact what one was born with”).
(2) Whole: 全家,全校 whole family, school;
全軍 the whole army (perished, etc.);
全世界 the whole world;
全部,全盤 qUan2bu4, qUan2pan2↓;
全局 the whole situation, whole stakes in gambling;
全數 entire;
全套 the complete set or full repertoire;
全年,全月,全日 the whole year, month, day;
全本(兒) the entire play, not a selection only;
全靠人兒 (coll.) a family intact with parents and children together;
全力,全心 qUan2li4, qUan2xin1↓.
Adv.Completely, all: 全然 qUan2ran2↓;
全都 all, completely: 全都完了 all finished;
全來了 all have come;
全癒 completely recovered;
全無心肝 completely without scruples;
全無是處 absolutely without merit, totally wrong;
全無意思 totally uninterested, -ing;
全不管 totally ignore, will not bother.
Words1. 全般 qUan2ban1, adv., all, the entire amount.
2. 全豹 qUan2bao4, phr., 得窺全豹 see the entire thing (“the whole leopard”as contrasted with 得窺一斑 see only one spot of leopard skin).
3. 全部 qUan2bu4, n., the complete works, the whole, all: 全部燒毀 all destroyed by fire.
4. 全器 qUan2chi4, n., see qUan2cai2↓.
5. 全權 qUan2qUan2, adj., with full powers;
6. 全權 qUan2qUan2, adj., 全權大使 envoy plenipotentiary;
7. 全權 qUan2qUan2, adj., 全權代表 delegate with full powers.
8. 全等 qUan2deng3, adj., (math.) identically equal or congruent.
9. 全德 qUan2de2, phr., perfect character.
10. 全反射 qUan2fan3she4, n, (phys.) total reflection.
11. 全分(兒) qUan2fen4(qUan2feher0), n, the whole, the entire part.
12. 全副 qUan2fu4, n., the whole set.
13. 全活 qUan2huo2, phr., the complete works (as in barbershop, haircut, shave, shampoo, massage--all).
14. 全集 qUan2ji2, n., complete works of author.
15. 全力 qUan2li4, adj., with whole strength: 全力以赴 overcome (difficulty) with one's entire energy.
16. 全能 qUan2neng2, adj., (1) omnipotent, almighty;
17. 全能 qUan2neng2, adj., (2) (sports) all-round (contests): 全能運動 decathlon, pentathlon.
18. 全牛 qUan2niu2, phr., 目無全牛 (allu.) a complete master (as a master butcher sees all the parts of a cow without cutting).
19. 全盤 qUan2pan2, n., the whole amount, the entire show;
20. 全盤 qUan2pan2, n., used as adv., completely: 全盤失敗 fail completely.
21. 全然 qUan2ran2, adv., completely (unaware, etc.).
22. 全人 qUan2ren2, n., a sage, a perfect person.
23. 全盛 qUan2sheng4, adj., at the peak of development: 全盛時代 the golden age, period as when (Tarng poetry, etc.) was at its peak.
24. 全身 qUan2shen1, n., the whole body (covered with mud, etc.).
25. 全心 qUan2xin1, adv., wholeheartedly.
26. 全席 qUan2xi2, n., a complete full-scale banquet.
27. 全蝕 qUan2shi2, n., (astron.) total eclipse.
28. 全體 qUan2ti3, n., the whole body or group (of students, representatives);
29. 全體 qUan2ti3, n., as adv., all: 全體贊成 all approved.
30. 全才 qUan2cai2, n., a person versatile in all arts: 文武全才 one versed in literary and military arts.
31. 全音 qUan2yin1, n., (music) diatonic scale, diatonic tone: 全音音符 diatonic scale.

Num. Index: 81.21     ㄨㄤˊ wang2    . [Anc. var. of 亡 60.21]

Num. Index: 81.22     ㄍㄜˋ ge4    . [Abbr. of 箇92A.41]

Num. Index: 81.22     ㄐㄧㄝˋ jie4         (*ㄍㄚˋ ga4    ).
N.(1) Armor, mail: 介夫 jie4fu0, 介冑 jie4jour↓.
(2) (Zoo.) crustaceans: 介瞉 jie4ke2, 介蟲 jie4chong2↓;
鱗介類 fish and crustaceans.
(3) (Interch. 芥) a thing of little or no value, a trifle: 一介不取 will not take a cent.
(4) Stage direction for certain movements: 飲酒介 drinking wine;
相見介 (of two persons) meeting;
張生笑介 Chang smiles or laughs.
(5) (U.f. 价) a manservant.
(6) A surname.
V.i. & t.(1) To lie between, intepose, serve as intermediary: 介紹 jie4shao4↓;
介於二者之間 situated between the two;
介紹 introduce one person to another;
媒介 a medium or go-between;
介詞 jie4ci2↓.
(2) Pray for blessing:以介眉壽 to pray for blessing of long life;
介壽 jie4shou4↓.
(3) Keep in mind, take seriously: 介意 jie4yi4, 介懷 jie4huai2, 介介 jie4jie4↓.
Adj.(1) Simple, plain: 一介書生 a mere scholar;
一介武夫 a plain soldier.
(2) Huge, big: 介福 jie4fu2↓.
(3) (ga4) Such a : 像煞有介事 (Shanghai dial.) make such a fuss about it, put on such airs.
(4) Upright, straightforward, conscientious: 耿介 scrupulous, acting on principles;
介然 jie4ran2↓.
Adj. & adv.Alone:介立 jie4li4, 介特 jie4te4↓.
Words1. 介蟲 jie4chong2, n., (zoo.) crustaceans.
2. 介弟 jie4di4, n., (court.) your brother.
3. 介夫 jie4fu0, n., (AC) an armed soldier.
4. 介福 jie4fu2, n., great happiness, untold blessings;
5. 介福 jie4fu2, also v.i., pray for blessings.
6. 介懷 jie4huai2, v.i., bear a grievance, take offense.
7. 介介 jie4jie4, adj., uneasy, troubled, full of misgivings.
8. 介冑 jie4jour, n., ancient military dress (“armor and helmet”).
9. 介彀 jie4ke2, n., shells of crabs, oysters, lobsters or snails.
10. 介立 jie4li4, v.i., stand alone.
11. 介然 jie4ran2, adj. & adv., steadfast(ly), uncompromising(ly).
12. 介紹 jie4shao4, v.t., (1) introduce (one person) to another (also 紹介);
13. 介紹 jie4shao4, v.t., (2) serve as an intermediary.
14. 介壽 jie4shou4, n., offer of birthday congratulations.
15. 介特 jie4te4, n., (AC) one without family or friend: 養老疾,收介特 (AC) take care of the aged and the sick and give shelter to the homeless.
16. 介詞 jie4ci2, n., (gram.) a preposition.
17. 介子 jie4zi3, n., (phys.) a mesotron.
18. 介意 jie4yi4, v.i., feel hurt: 請不要介意 please do not take it to heart, see jie4huai2↑.

Num. Index: 81.22     ㄇㄧㄥˋ ming4    .
N.(1) Order, command: 使命 mission abroad;
奉命 receive order;
違命 disobey order;
逆命,抗命 defy order;
遵命 obey order.
(2) Life: 生命 life;
長命,短命 long, short, life;
壽命 life span;
救命 cry “help”;
喪命 to die;
拚命 risk life, work hard regardless;
命在旦夕 life hangs in the balance;
死於非命 die of violence or accident or unnatural death;
亡命 live in exile.
(3) Luck, fate: 命運 luck, life course as predetermined (of person, nation);
命好,命大 destined to good life;
命乖,命薄,命蹇 unlucky in life;
命中 predetermined, destined: 命中無子 destined not to have sons;
命也,命矣乎 (LL) it's just hard luck, it is the will of God;
命也何如 what can I do against such luck?
V.t.(1) To order, command: 命令你去做 I order you to do it;
命駕 “order your carriage,” do me the honor of your visit;
命筆直書 to write down as inspiration or feeling dictates.
(2) To assign: 命名 assign name to (person, occasion, etc.);
命題 assign subject of essay.
Words1. 命案 ming4an1, n., a case of murder.
2. 命蔕 ming4di4, n., (1) (Chin. med.) placenta cord of newborn babe;
3. 命蔕 ming4di4, n., (2) see ming4men2↓.
4. 命婦 ming4fu4, n., formerly, lady of rank, see ming4guan1↓.
5. 命服 ming4fu2, n., (AC) official costume.
6. 命根 ming4gen1, n., the root of one's life, dearest (child, etc.).
7. 命官 ming4guan1, n., ranking official.
8. 命宮 ming4gong1, n., (1) constellation in which one is born;
9. 命宮 ming4gong1, n., (2) (in fortunetelling) point where the eyebrows meet.
10. 命令 ming4ling4, n. & v.t., order, command.
11. 命門 ming4men2, n., (fortunetelling) side temple;
12. 命門 ming4men2, n., the region of the kidneys (“gate of life”).
13. 命脈 ming4mo4, n., the “life vein,” “life pulse,” (fig.) where life (of nation) depends.
14. 命數 ming4shu4, n., one's luck.
15. 命世(之才) mihng-shyh(zhi1cai2), phr., dominant spirit (of generation);
16. 命世(之才) mihng-shyh(zhi1cai2), phr., one destined to govern.
17. 命途 ming4tu2, n., course of events in one's life.
18. 命運 ming4yUn4, n., one's luck;
19. 命運 ming4yUn4, n., course of development.

Num. Index: 81.22     ㄌㄧㄥˋ ling4         (*ㄌㄧㄥˊ ling2    ). [See 令 81.63]

Num. Index: 81.30     ㄊㄨㄥˊ tong2    . [Var. of 同]
N.A surname.
Adj.Same, same as (var. of 同): 仝上(=同上)same as above, ditto.

Num. Index: 81.30     ㄑㄧˋ chi4    .
V.i.(1) To stand on tiptoe: see 企立,企踵 chi4li4, chi4zhong3↓.
(2) As adv. preceding vb. meaning “on tiptoe”: 企望 to wait, await (as on tiptoe): 企望回音 awaiting your reply;
企禱 (court. in letters) I pray, see compp.↓
Words1. 企鵝 chi4e2, n., the penguin.
2. 企及 chi4ji2, v.t., as in 不可企及 cannot compare anywhere (with s.o.).
3. 企踵 chi4zhong3, v.i., to stand on tiptoe.
4. 企立 chi4li4, v.i., stand on tiptoe.
5. 企慕 chi4mu4, v.t., to admire greatly;
6. 企慕 chi4mu4, v.t., see chi4yang3↓.
7. 企盼 chi4pan4, v.i., see chi4wang4↓.
8. 企圖 chi4tu2, v.i., attempt to (rescue, murder, etc.).
9. 企望 chi4wang4, v.i., to hope, look forward to.
10. 企仰 chi4yang3, v.t., see chi4mu4↑.
11. 企業 chi4ye4, n., industry, enterprise: 企業公司 a commercial company for various enterprises (real estate, etc.).

Num. Index: 81.30     ㄐㄧㄣ jin1    .
N.(1) Gold: 黃金,赤金 gold;
白金 platinum;
金子 jin1zi0↓;
金幣 gold coins;
jin1kuang4↓;
金銀 gold and silver money, riches, wealth;
包金 overlay with gold;
鍍金 gilt;
足金 pure gold;
飾金 gold, generally alloyed for making ornaments.
(2) Metals: 五金 gold, silver, copper, iron, and tin;
金屬 jin1shu3↓;
合金 a metal alloy or compound.
(3) Money, wealth, funds: 金融 jin1rong2↓;
金鈔 jin1chao1↓;
金券 gold certificate;
美金 greenbacks;
金額 jin1e2↓.
(4) First of the five basic movements (金,木,水,火,土), see 五 行 31.30.
(5) One of the eight kinds of musical instruments, see ba1yin1 八 音 80.80.
(6) Weapons: 金瘡 jin1chuang12↓;
金革 jin1ge2↓.
(7) A surname.
Adj.(1) Firm, strong, secure, durable: 金湯 jin1tang1, 金城 jin1cheng2, 金甌 jin1ou↓;
金字招牌A1, first-rate, first-class, (of person) most reliable, trustworthy;
(of company) gilded sign, well established.
(2) Grand, imposing, beautiful: 金碧輝煌 (of buildings) magnificent, splendid;
金迷紙醉 living an extravagent life, given to sensual pleasures;
金殿 royal palace;
金相(玉質) jin1xiang4, 金枝(玉葉)jin1zhi12↓.
(3) Deserving of respect: 金口 jin1kou3, 金言 jin1yan2↓.
Words1. 金安 jin1an1, phr., conventional expression used in complimentary close of letters to elders.
2. 金榜 jin1bang3, n., formerly, list of successful candidates in government examinations: 金榜題名 succeed in such an examination.
3. 金鎊 jin1bang4, n., the pound sterling.
4. 金本位 jin1ben3wei4, n., the gold standard.
5. 金箔 jin1bo2, n., gold foil, gold leaf.
6. 金不換 jin1bu2huan4, n., (1) Chinese ink;
7. 金不換 jin1bu2huan4, n., (2) a rarity, anything highly valued for its scarcity (“not to be exchanged for gold”);
8. 金不換 jin1bu2huan4, n., (3) (herb medicine) gynura pinnatifida (also called 三七).
9. 金蟬 jin1chan2, n., an ancient headgear: 金蟬脫瞉 escape unnoticed.
10. 金鈔 jin1chao1, n., short for 黃金美鈔 gold and greenbacks.
11. 金城 jin1cheng2, n., an impregnable city.
12. 金錢 jin1qian2, n., money, cash, wealth, riches.
13. 金創 jin1chuang11, n., wounds inflicted by sharp weapons.
14. 金瘡 jin1chuang12, n., ditto.
15. 金闕 jin1qUe4, n., the imperial quarters.
16. 金雀花 jin1qUe4hua1, n., (bot.) the common broom, cytisus scoparius.
17. 金丹 jin1dan, n., (Taoist alchemy) the elixir of life, pill of immortality.
18. 金店 jin1dian41, n., a jeweler's.
19. 金鈿 jin1dian42, n., woman's golden hairpin.
20. 金斗 jin1dou3, n., (1) an iron for pressing clothes;
21. 金斗 jin1dou3, n., (2) (=筋斗) somersault.
22. 金額 jin1e2, n., a sum of money.
23. 金粉 jin1fen3, n., (1) women's face powder, hence beautiful women: 六朝金粉 the beauties of the Six Dynasties (420-589 A.D.);
24. 金粉 jin1fen3, n., (2) yellow powder on male flower;
25. 金粉 jin1fen3, n., (3) gold dust.
26. 金風 jin1feng1, n., autumn wind.
27. 金剛 jin1gang1, n., (1) a substance of immense hardness;
28. 金剛 jin1gang1, n., (2) one of the four guardians (四大金剛) of Buddhist temples;
29. 金剛 jin1gang1, n., (3) 金剛砂 grains of garnet;
30. 金剛 jin1gang1, n., 金剛石 diamond;
31. 金剛 jin1gang1, n., 金剛鑽 n., ditto.
32. 金戈(鐵馬) jin1ge1, n., wars, fighting.
33. 金革 jin1ge2, n., weapons of war, arms.
34. 金龜婿 jin1gui1xU4, n., a son-in-law from a wealthy or politically influential family;
35. 金龜婿 jin1gui1xU4, n., 金龜子 (zoo.) a “golden beetle,” mimela lucidula (also 金蟲).
36. 金匱 jin1gui4, n., (AC) metal trunk, a depository of state papers or other important documents.
37. 金黃 jin1huang1, adj., golden yellow.
38. 金婚 jin1hun1, n., a couple's golden wedding.
39. 金壼 jin1hu2, n., (1) an ancient clepsydra;
40. 金壼 jin1hu2, n., (2) a wine jug.
41. 金紅 jin1hong2, adj., golden-red.
42. 金針菜 jin1zhen1cai4, n., (bot.) the day lily, hemerocallis flava (also 金鍼菜).
43. 金雞 jin1ji1, n., (1) (history) a cock put on top of a long pole on day of general amnesty;
44. 金雞 jin1ji1, n., (2) a cock with golden feathers: 金雞獨立 (Chinese boxing) standing on one foot as the cock does;
45. 金雞 jin1ji1, n., (3) 金雞納霜 quinine.
46. 金甲 jin1jia3, n., armor.
47. 金漿 jin1jiang1, n., (1) wine of the best quality;
48. 金漿 jin1jiang1, n., (2) an elixir of life.
49. 金裝 jin1zhuang1, adj., overlaid with gold.
50. 金鐘罩 jin1zhong1zhao4, n., & v.i., (1) n., (boxing) ability to remain unscathed in fighting an opponent;
51. 金鐘罩 jin1zhong1zhao4, n., & v.i., (2) v.i., to scare off people by bragging or bluffing.
52. 金汁 jin1zhi11, n., (1) molten gold;
53. 金汁 jin1zhi11, n., (2) human excrement used as fertilizer.
54. 金枝(玉葉) jin1zhi12, n., descendants of royal families, the nobility, the aristocracy.
55. 金橘 jin1jU2, n., (bot.) the cumquat, citrus nobilis var. microcarpa.
56. 金科 jin1ke1, n., as in 金科玉律 (1) laws and regulations;
57. 金科 jin1ke1, n., (2) maxims, precepts.
58. 金口 jin1kou3, n., highly esteemed words: 金口玉言 oracular words.
59. 金 jin1kuang4, n., a gold mine.
60. 金庫 jin1ku4, n., (1) government treasury;
61. 金庫 jin1ku4, n., (2) a bank: 合作金庫 cooperative bank.
62. 金蘭(之交) jin1lan2, n., bosom friends, intimate friendship.
63. 金蓮(兒) jin1lian2(liarer0), n., formerly, women's bound feet.
64. 金鈴子 jin1ling2zi3, n., (bot.) chinaberry (also 楝實).
65. 金鑾殿 jin1luan2dian4, n., the main hall of the imperial palace.
66. 金輪 jin1lun2, n., a poetic term for the moon (“the golden wheel”).
67. 金馬 jin1ma3, n., (1) a horse cast in bronze;
68. 金馬 jin1ma3, n., (2) the offshore islands of Kinmen (Quemoy) and Matsu.
69. 金黴素 ji4nmeirsu4, n., aureomycin.
70. 金諾 jin1nuo4, n., a promise that can be relied upon.
71. 金甌 jin1ou, n., national territory as compared to a golden goblet: 金甌無缺 unimpaired territorial integrity.
72. 金牌 jin1pai2, n., (1) a gold medal, the highest prize awarded to the winner in a contest;
73. 金牌 jin1pai2, n., (2) an imperial decree sent by special delivery.
74. 金瓶梅 jin1ping2mei, n., name of a Chinese satirical novel on sex.
75. 金融 jin1rong2, n., finance, currency, money and credit: 金融界 financial circles;
76. 金融 jin1rong2, n., 金融巿場 the money market.
77. 金身 jin1shen1, n., the Buddha's image gilt with gold.
78. 金線魚 jin1xian4yU2, n., (zoo.) euthyopteroma virgatum.
79. 金相 jin1xiang4, n., as in 金相玉質 the sterling qualities, noted for nobility of character.
80. 金仙 jin1xian1, n., (1) a fairy;
81. 金仙 jin1xian1, n., (2) th Buddha.
82. 金星 jin1xing1, n., planet Venus.
83. 金屬 jin1shu3, n., metals in gen.: 金屬品 metal products.
84. 金石 jin1shi2, n., (1) ancient bronzes and stone tablets;
85. 金石 jin1shi2, n., (2) metals and precious stones: 心如金石堅 my heart is as constant as metals and stones are durable;
86. 金石 jin1shi2, n., 金石交 unbreakable friendship;
87. 金石 jin1shi2, n., (擲地)有金石聲 (fig. of writings) forceful and effective, pleasing to the ear;
88. 金石 jin1shi2, n., (3) bells and musical stones;
89. 金石 jin1shi2, n., (4) arms, weapons.
90. 金絲雀 jin1si1qUe4, n., (zoo.) the canary bird;
91. 金絲雀 jin1si1qUe4, n., 金絲桃 (bot.) the Chinese St.-John's-wort, hypericum chinense;
92. 金絲雀 jin1si1qUe4, n., 金絲燕 (zoo.) collocalia esculenta.
93. 金湯 jin1tang1, phr., short for 金城湯池 a strongly fortified city.
94. 金條 jin1tiao2, n., a gold bar.
95. 金腿 jin1tui3, n., the best ham, a product of Chinhua (金華), Chekiang.
96. 金童 jin1tong2, n., esp. in 金童玉女 (Taoism) boy and girl attendants of fairies.
97. 金子 jin1zi0, n., gold.
98. 金棗 jin1zao3, n., a kind of date (fruit).
99. 金字塔 jin1zi4ta3, n., a pyramid.
100. 金紫 jin1zi3, n., insignia of high office.
101. 金文 jin1wen2, n., inscriptions on ancient bronze vessels.
102. 金屋 jin1wu11, n., well-appointed living quarters for women: 金屋藏嬌settle one's young wife or lover in a luxurious apartment.
103. 金烏 jin1wu12, n., a poetic term for the moon: 金烏西墜 the moon is sinking in the west;
104. 金烏 jin1wu12, n., 金烏兔玉 two different terms for the moon.
105. 金吾 jin1wu2, n., (AC) a rod carried by an official as a symbol of imperial authority: 執金吾 be such an official.
106. 金言 jin1yan2, n., valuable advice, precious words.
107. 金瘍 jinyang2, n., see jinychuang1↑.
108. 金曜日 jin1yao4ri4, n., (LL) Friday.
109. 金葉(子) jin1yieh(zi0), n., gold foil.
110. 金銀箔 jin1yin2bo2, n., gold and silver foils, gold and silver leaves;
111. 金銀箔 jin1yin2bo2, n., 金銀花 (bot.) the honey suckle (also 忍冬).
112. 金玉 jin1yU4, (1) n., gold and jade;
113. 金玉 jin1yU4, (2) adj., precious like gems: 金玉其外 all that glitters is not gold.
114. 金魚 jin1yU2, n., (1) the goldfish;
115. 金魚 jin1yU2, n., (2) (MC) an ornament worn by high officials;
116. 金魚 jin1yU2, n., (3) another name for keys;
117. 金魚 jin1yU2, n., 金魚草 (bot.) the common snapdragon.

Num. Index: 81.30     ㄒㄧㄣ xin1         (ㄒㄧㄥ xing1    ).
V.i.To prosper, thrive in business (cf. 興 shing 90.80).

Num. Index: 81.30     ㄏㄜˊ he2    .
N.(he2zi0) A box, tin (of cigarettes, matches), casket (of jewels, etc.).
Words1. 盒子 he2zi0, n., (1) a box;
2. 盒子 he2zi0, n., (2) a box-like display of fireworks;
3. 盒子 he2zi0, n., (3) (Peking dial.) a round box of roast meat, etc. (also called 盒子菜);
4. 盒子 he2zi0, n., 盒子砲 a Mauser pistol;
5. 盒子 he2zi0, n., 盒子錢 gratuities to servants who bring gifts;
6. 盒子 he2zi0, n., (4) 砌盒子 (sl.) to cheat at gambling.

Num. Index: 81.30      an1    .
N.(1) A hut, a small Buddhist temple (var. of 痷 61.70).
(2) (AC) cover of vessel for food.

Num. Index: 81.32     ㄐㄧㄣ jin1    .
N.The present time, here and now (opp. 古 ancient times): 博古通今 know all about ancient and modern times, erudite, learned;
今非昔比 times have changed;
如今,當今,方今 now (-a-days), at present;
至今 until now, up to the present;
迄今 ditto;
自今以後 from now on;
覺今是而昨非 now I have come to realize how wrong I have been all those years.
Adj.Present, this (opp. 昨 past, last): 今夜 jin1ye4, 今天 jin1tian1, 今兒個 jin1er0ge0, 今晚 jin1wan3, 今年 jin1nian2↓;
今夕何夕 pray, what night is tonight?
今人 contemporaries;
今體 jin1ti3↓.
Words1. 今番 jin1fan1, adv., this time, now.
2. 今後 jin1hou4, adv., from now on, in the future, hereafter.
3. 今朝 jin1zhao1, adv., today,,this morning.
4. 今兒(個) jin1er0('ge), n. & adv., today, (on) this day.
5. 今年 jin1nian2, n. & adv., this year, (in) the current year.
6. 今日 jin1ri4, n., & adv., today, this (very) day.
7. 今上 jin1shang4, n., His Majesty the (present) King.
8. 今生 jin1sheng1, n., this life (opp. 來生 the life to come).
9. 今昔 jin1xi2, n., present and past, ancient and modern times: 今非昔比 no longer what it was before.
10. 今世 jin1shi4, n., this world, this age, this generation.
11. 今天 jin1tian1, n., & adv., today, this (very) day.
12. 今體 jin1ti3, n., the modern style (of poetry, prose, script) (opp. 古體 old style).
13. 今茲 jin1zi0, adv., now (-a-days), at the present time.
14. 今晚 jin1wan3, n., this evening.
15. 今夜 jin1ye4, n., tonight.
16. 今雨 jin1yU3, n., new friends (opp. 舊雨 old friends, from allu. 舊雨來,今雨不來 (杜甫) old friends come even in rain, new friends do not).

Num. Index: 81.40     ㄏㄜˊ he2         (*ㄍㄜˇ ge3    ).
N.(1) A surname.
(2) One round in fighting or tournament:戰數合 (回合) several close-in combats.
(3) A matrimonial match: 天作之合 a match made in heavven.
(4) (*ge3) One tenth of sheng1 (升), a rice measure.
V.i. & t.(1) To close, shut: 一夜不曾合眼 never closed one's eyes all night;
合口 (of wound) to heal, close up.
(2) Combine, join, meet, unite: 兩條合為一條 combine the two items;
聚合,會合,集合 to assemble, meet together;
合起來,合在一起 put (several items) together;
分合 divide and combine;
聯合 unite, combine;
貌合神離 friends or allies apparently only.
(3) To agree, suit (purpose), match: 合得來 (the two) can get along together;
落落寡合 have few friends;
合他意思 please him, suit his idea;
合他脾胃 suit his taste;
合理,合意 he2li3, he2yi41;
苟合 (a) to work together against principles;
(b) to commit adultery.
(4) Sexual intercourse: 交合 ditto;
野合 illegal intercourse.
Adj. & adv.(1) Fitting and proper, suitable: 合當,合該 he2dang1, he2gai1↓;
不合 should not (have done), also not proper;
於理不合 improper, unreasonable;
合法,合式 he2fa3, he2shi41↓;
合則留,不合則去 free to quit if conditions are not suitable;
合拍 in step.
(2) Together, jointly: 合住,合吃 live, eat together;
合請,合送 jointly give a dinner, a present;
合唱 sing together, sing in chorus;
男女合唱 a mixed chorus.
(3) The whole: 合葬 bury (couple, parents) in common grave;
合家,合府 the whole family;
合族 the whole clan.
Words1. 合辦 he2ban4, v.i. & t., jointly manage or own (business);
2. 合辦 he2ban4, v.i. & t., p.p., jointly managed.
3. 合抱 he2bao4, phr., (of tree trunk) nearly a fathom in circumference (an “embrace” with outstretched arms).
4. 合璧 he2bi4, n., (LL) a bilingual book in parallel paragraphs: 中英合璧 s.t. which is a combination of several pieces.
5. 合并 he2bing4, v.t., combine into one (also wr. 合併);
6. 合并 he2bing4, v.t., annex or absorb a country;
7. 合并 he2bing4, v.t., 合併症 (med.) complication.
8. 合唱 he2chang4, v.i., (sing) in chorus;
9. 合唱 he2chang4, n., a chorus.
10. 合成 he2cheng2, v.t., (1) combine into (s.t.);
11. 合成 he2cheng2, v.t.,(2) (chem.) to form (by combining elements).
12. 合氣 he2chi4, v.i., (dial.) to quarrel: 與婆婆合氣 quarrel with mother-in-law;
13. 合氣 he2chi4, v.i., (cf. 和氣 90A.40 with same sound but opp. meaning).
14. 合c he2qUn2, (1) v.i., live together as a group;
15. 合c he2qUn2, (2) adj., gregarious.
16. 合當 he2dang1, vb. aux., should: 合當如此 should be so (=該當).
17. 合度 he2du4, adj., proper, of proper length or size.
18. 合法 he2fa3, adj., legal, conforming to law: 不合法 illegal.
19. 合符字兒 he2fu2ze4er0, n., (coll.) contract (=合同).
20. 合該 he2gai1, vb. aux., conformably to (law, God's will): 合該釋放 should legally be freed;
21. 合該 he2gai1, vb. 合該不死 it's God's will he did not die.
22. 合格 he2ge2, adj., qualified (for examination, contest): 不合格 disqualified.
23. 合股(兒)(子) he2guu'(er0)(zi0), adj. & v.i., 合股 to form partnership 合股公司 joint-stock company.
24. 合乎 he2hu1, adj., in accordance with: 合乎道理 according to reason.
25. 合歡 he2huan1, (1) v.i., to meet and enjoy;
26. 合歡 he2huan1, (2) n., the mimosa, albizzia julibrissin;
27. 合歡 he2huan1, 合家歡 family reunion.
28. 合會 he2hui4, n., a kind of temporary mutual loan club, in which each member subscribes to a monthly sum of money, the sum going to the bidder of highest interest for that month, until all members have had their turns: 合會儲蓄公司 mutual loan and savings company.
29. 合昏 he2hun11, n., (1) seehuan12↑;
30. 合昏 he2hun11, n., (2) (MC) toward dusk or twilight.
31. 合婚 he2hun12, v.i., formerly, a custom of exchanging horoscopes of boy and girl before formal betrothal (cf. 結婚 wedding, 訂婚 betrothal).
32. 合夥 he2huo3, n. & v.i., partnership;
33. 合夥 he2huo3, n. & v.i., go into partnership (cf. he2gu3↑).
34. 合掌 he2zhang3, v.i., (Budd.) to close palms together in greeting or worship.
35. 合轍兒 he2zhe2er0, v.i., (1) get into routine, take in its stride: 剛病好,還沒合轍兒哪 just got well and has not yet got into the routine;
36. 合轍兒 he2zhe2er0, v.i., (2) (mus.) play in time and rhythm.
37. 合尖 he2jian1, v.i., put in the final touch, as completing the top of pagoda (塔尖).
38. 合鏡 he2jing4, phr., 合鏡重圓 (of husband and wife) reunite after separation.
39. 合巹 he2jin3, v.i., to drink the nuptial cup.
40. 合金 he2jin1, n., (chem.) alloy.
41. 合眾 he2zhong4, adj., united;
42. 合眾 he2zhong4, adj., 美利堅合眾國 the United States of America;
43. 合眾 he2zhong4, adj., 合眾社 United Press International (UPI).
44. 合口 he2kou3, adj., (1) agreeable in taste;
45. 合口 he2kou3, adj., (2) v.i., (MC) to quarrel;
46. 合口 he2kou3, adj., (of wounds) to heal.
47. 合力 he2li4, (1) v.i., work together: 合力同心 work together in harmony;
48. 合力 he2li4, (2) n., (phys.) resultant force.
49. 合理 he2li3, adj., reasonable: 這事情不合理 this thing is unreasonable;
50. 合理 he2li3, adj., 合理化 to rationalize, -ation.
51. 合龍 he2long2, phr., to complete work on river dam.
52. 合下 he2xia4, adv., (MC) at that time (=modn. 當下).
53. 合式 he2shi41, adj., suitable, of standard quality or style: 不合式 wrong in style or quality.
54. 合適 he2shi42, adj., suitable.
55. 合十 he2shi21, v.i., (Budd.) to put palms together.
56. 合時 he2shi22, adj., fashionable, in vogue.
57. 合訊 he2xUn4, v.i., to hold joint court trial.
58. 合算 he2suan4, adj., reasonable in price: 不合算 not worth the cost.
59. 合同 he2tong0, n., a contract.
60. 合奏 he2zou41, v.i., (music) to play together (as orchestra).
61. 合作 he2zuo42, v.i., to cooperate at a common project: 生產(消費)合作社 producers' (consumers') cooperative.
62. 合圍 he2wei2, (1) v.i., surround (enemy, hunted animal);
63. 合圍 he2wei2, (2) adj., (of tree trunk) large in circumference for one to embrace with outstretched arms.
64. 合一 he2yi1, v.i., to unite, become one.
65. 合意 he2yi41, (1) adj., (of a proposal, draft, etc.) pleasing, acceptable;
66. 合意 he2yi41, (2) 同心合意 with one heart and mind.
67. 合議 he2yi42, n. & v.i., panel discussion;
68. 合議 he2yi42, n. & v.i., 合議庭 full court (law).
69. 合宜 he2yi2, (1) adj., suitable, proper;
70. 合宜 he2yi2, (2) vb. aux., should.

Num. Index: 81.40     ㄏㄢˊ han2         (*ㄏㄢˋ han4    ).
V.t.(1) To keep in the mouth (sp. pr. hern): 含沙射影 “to spit sand on a shadow”--to make innuendos, spread groundless rumors;
含血噴人 make scurrilous attacks (“spit blood”);
含飴弄孫 to play with grandchildren with candy in mouth;
含英咀華 (of writing) containing the cream of the literary tradition;
含毫 wet the brush with tip of tongue.
(2) To contain (a smile, anger), to hold back, to suffer without showing directly: 含怒,含嗔 feel anger without showing;
含恨,含怨 to nurse regret, hatred;
含冤 han4yUan1↓;
含羞 ashamed or shy;
含淚 restraining one's tears;
含苞未放 (of flowers) just budding, not yet opened, (of girls) yet a virgin;
含味 containing or sampling flavor.
(3) To cover and protect: 包含 to cover and forgive.
(4) (*han4) Bury: 含玉,含珠 bury with jade, pearls in mouth;
含殮 bury thus.
(5) To bear (blemish): 含辱,含垢忍辱 bear shame, humiliation.
Words1. 含磣 han2chen0, adj., unseemly, ugly-looking (also wr. 寒磣).
2. 含胡 han2hu0, adj. & adv., unclear, not explicit, careless, ambiguous (reply): 含胡了事 to settle case carelessly;
3. 含胡 han2hu0, adj. & adv., 一點不含胡 make clear, definite commitment (also wr. 含糊).
4. 含混 han2huun, adj. & adv., see han2hu0↑.
5. 含笑 han2xiao4, adj., (1) wearing a smile;
6. 含笑 han2xiao4, adj., (2) name of a flower in South China.
7. 含羞 han2xiu1, adj., feeling ashamed, timid;
8. 含羞 han2xiu1, adj., 含羞草 (bot.) mimosa pudica, whose leaves are sensitive to touch.
9. 含蓄 han2xU4, adj., restrained but suggestive in speech or writing, not saying all on one's mind.
10. 含桃 han2tao2, n., (bot.) term for cherry apple.
11. 含囈 han2yi4, v.i., to talk during sleep.
12. 含冤 han2yUan1, v.i., suffer an injustice, nurse grievances.

Num. Index: 81.40     ㄕㄜˋ she4    .
N.(1) A dwelling house, a simple home: 房舍,屋舍 house;
校舍 schoolhouse;
旅舍 an inn;
寒舍,舍下,舍間 my simple home;
茅舍 a thatched cottage;
精舍 small, elegant villa.
(2) (AC) distance for one stopover for the night for army, said to be 30 li1 or about 10 miles.
V.i. & t.(1) To stop over, to stop for rest.
(2) To abandon (interch. 捨): 舍身=捨身, see 捨 10A.40 and its compp.
Adj.(Court.) my: 舍妹,舍弟,舍妻,舍姪 my sister, brother, wife, niece, etc.
Words1. 舍間 she4jian11, n., my humble home.
2. 舍監 she4jian12, n., proctor of school dormitory, house matron in school.
3. 舍利 she4li4, n., a Buddhist relic;
4. 舍利 she4li4, n., 舍利子 a luminous stone reputed to come out of the ashes of Buddha's cremated body;
5. 舍利 she4li4, n., 舍利鹽 (min.) magnesium sulphate.
6. 舍人 she4ren2, n., (1) royal attendant, a rank such as 中書舍人,起居舍人;
7. 舍人 she4ren2, n., (2) gen. personal attendant or close relative;
8. 舍人 she4ren2, n., (3) (in Suhng and Yuarn Dyns.) son of nobility.
9. 舍下 she4xia4, n., my home.
10. 舍次 she4ci4, n., night stopping place of army.
11. 舍營 she4ying2, n., barracks.

Num. Index: 81.40     ㄘㄤ cang1    .
N.(1) Granary: 穀倉 ditto;
米倉 granary for rice, see compp.↓.
(2) U.f. 艙 91S.40, berth.
(3) U.f. 滄 63A.40, sea.
(4) U.f. 蒼 20A.40, blue sky.
Words1. 倉場 cang1chang3, n., granary yard, farmyard.
2. 倉房 cang1fang2, n., granary;
3. 倉房 cang1fang2, n., storehouse.
4. 倉庚 cang1geng1, n., the oriole.
5. 倉皇 cang1huang2, adj. & adv., hurried, -ly: 倉皇失措 startled and do not know what to do.
6. 倉庫 cang1ku4, n., warehouse, godown;
7. 倉庫 cang1ku4, n., granary;
8. 倉庫 cang1ku4, n., treasury vault.
9. 倉廩 cang1lin3, n., (LL) granary;
10. 倉廩 cang1lin3, n., supply of grains (full, empty).
11. 倉卒(猝) cang1tsuh, adv., abruptly, in flurried manner, all of a sudden.

Num. Index: 81.41     ㄩˊ yU2    .
N.A cultivated field.

Num. Index: 81.41     ㄏㄨㄟˋ hui4         (*ㄏㄨㄟˇ hui3        , *ㄎㄨㄞˋ kuai4    ).
N.(1) Association, society, club, organization (including church, guild): 工會 labor union;
幫會 secret society;
會館 guild;
農會 farmers' association;
學會 learned society, academic association;
教會 church;
青年會 Y.M.C.A., 耶穌會 Society of Jesus (Cath.);
議會 congress;
社會 society in gen.
(2) Committee, conference meeting: 委員會 committee;
董事會,理事會 board of trustees, directors;
開會,閉會 open, close meeting;
會議 hui4yi42↓ ;
茶會 tea party, a reception;
酒會 cocktail;
晚會 dinner party;
宴會 dinner (esp. for some occasion);
博覽會,展覽會 exposition;
廟會 temple fair.
(3) Capital: 都會 metropolis;
省會 provincial capital.
(4) Mutual loan and savings company: 合會 (合會儲蓄公司) a temporary group to raise money by monthly subscriptions, the money going to the highest bidder of interest for the month: 做會,打會 form such association, hold association meeting;
標會 bid for the loan money;
抓會 draw lots for loan money;
投會 determine by dice;
also instalment plan among merchants, in which one subscribes to amount of purchase wholesale, but pays by monthly installment plan: 上會,填會 pay the monthly installment.
(5) A short moment: 這會兒 at present;
一會子工夫,不多一會兒,沒多大會 (兒) in a short moment;
一會兒 (*hueeer0) in a short while.
Vb.(1) aux. Can, will: 會做,會吃 can work, can eat;
不會 cannot;
會不會 can it be? can (it, you, he)? see 會的 hui4de0↓;
天不會晴 the sky will not clear up;
會下兩 it's going to rain;
會漲價 the prices will go up.
(2) Could (subjunctive): 他會不會走錯路 could he have gone off in the wrong direction? 會不會是他偷的 could it be he who stole it?
V.i. & t.(1) Have the ability to, good at: 會彈會唱 can play the guitar and sing;
會水 good at swimming;
會說會道 good at talking;
樣樣都會,無一不會 can do everything;
會天文星算 know astronomy and astrology.
(2) Understand: 領會 appreciate, understand;
會悟,會通,會意,會心 hui4wu42, hui4tong1, hui4yi4, hui4xin1↓;
理 會 31A.11.
(3) To meet together: 聚會,相會 (friends, etc.) meet together;
拜會 pay formal call;
會客 see visitors;
會親 visit relatives, meeting of prospective families before betrothal of marriage;
會同,會合 hui4tong2, hui4he2↓;
會齊,會集,會見 hui4chi2, hui4ji2, hui4jian4↓;
會商 put our heads together, discuss together.
(4) To pay: 會賬,會鈔 pay for accounts;
飯錢已經會過了 pay for friend's meal at chance meeting in restaurant.
(5) To communicate officially: 照會 communicate to official of equal rank.
(6) To come upon: 會日出 just as the day breaks;
會大風起 just as a wind storm comes up.
Adv.Jointly (forming words with hui4+vb.): 會餐 dine together;
會飲 come together for a drink;
會簽 sign jointly;
會呈 jointly sign petition;
會審 conduct trial jointly or formerly try by Mixed Court in foreign concessions;
會銜 official communication signed jointly.
Words1. 會辦 hui4ban4, n., co-director.
2. 會場 hui4chang3, n., place of meeting, assembly hall, auditorium.
3. 會齊 hui4chi2, v.i., to assemble to do s.t.
4. 會得 hui4de0, v.i., (1) can;
5. 會得 hui4de0, v.i., (2) understand.
6. 會典 hui4dian3, n., book on institutions and laws of a dynasty.
7. 會董 hui4dong3, n., board of trustees (short for 董事).
8. 會費 hui4fei4, n., membership dues.
9. 會館 hui4guan3, n., guild (of a clan, profession or native district).
10. 會合 hui4he2, v.i., to assemble;
11. 會合 hui4he2, v.i., (of army units) join forces;
12. 會合 hui4he2, v.i., 會合點 (math.) point of concurrence.
13. 會話 hui4hua4, n., conversation;
14. 會話 hui4hua4, n., manual of conversation;
15. 會話 hui4hua4, n., dialogue.
16. 會長 hui4zhang3, n., president of club or association.
17. 會戰 hui4zhan4, v.i., (of two armies) meet for great battle.
18. 會章 hui4zhang1, n., rules and regulations of association.
19. 會見 hui4jian4, v.t., meet, see visitor.
20. 會計 *kuai1ji4, n., accountancy;
21. 會計 *kuai1ji4, n., treasurer;
22. 會計 *kuai1ji4, n., 會計師 accountant;
23. 會計 *kuai1ji4, n., 會計年度 Fiscal Year .
24. 會集 hui4ji2, v.i., to assemble.
25. 會址 hui4zhi3, n., address of association.
26. 會考 hui4kao3, n., formerly, national examination for the third degree (進士) at the capital;
27. 會考 hui4kao3, n., nationally unified examination.
28. 會盟 hui4meng2, n., (AC) conference of heads of states for signing treaties.
29. 會面 hui4mian4, v.i., meet face to face.
30. 會社 hui4she4, n., commercial firm, esp. in Japanese;
31. 會社 hui4she4, n., association or society.
32. 會心 hui4xin1, prh., silent appreciation: 會心的微笑 a smile of understanding.
33. 會師 hui4si4, v.i., (of army units) join forces for battle.
34. 會事 hui4shi41, adj., conversant, expeciened. (=懂事);
35. 會事 hui4shi41, adj., 會事人 a man who knows how to handle a situation.
36. 會試 hui4shi42, n. & v.i., see hui4kao3↑.
37. 會所 hui4suo3, club building
38. 會萃 hui4cui4, v.i., congregate (usu. of talents, scholars).
39. 會通 hui4tong1, v.t., to master, understand thoroughly, show unified comprehension.
40. 會同 hui4tong2, adv., jointly (manage, etc.).
41. 會晤 hui4wu41, v.t., to meet or see personally (a friend).
42. 會悟 hui4wu42, v.t., realize (a truth).
43. 會務 hui4wu43, n., club or committee affairs.
44. 會要 hui4yao4, n., a compendium of government and social institutions of a period or country.
45. 會意 hui4yi41, v.i., (1) silently appreciate, understand (ing);
46. 會意 hui4yi41, v.i., (2) a principle of Chinese character formation by two elements (as 信 honesty, belief, composed of □“man” and 言 “words”).
47. 會議 hui4yi42, n., conference: 和平會議 peace conference.
48. 會陰 hui4yin1, n., the perineum.
49. 會友 hui4you3, (1) n., member of association, see hui4yUan22↓;
50. 會友 hui4you3, (2) phr., 以文會友 form a literary circle.
51. 會元 hui4yUan21, n., the first on list of candidates for the third degree 進士 (cf. 狀 元 21S.81).
52. 會員 hui4yUan22, n., member of association;
53. 會員 hui4yUan22, n., 會員大會 general assembly.

Num. Index: 81.42     ㄋㄟˋ nei4    .
N.(1) The imperial court: 大內 the inner palace;
內廷 the grand hall where the emperor holds audience;
內庫 the imperial treasury;
內苑 the palace grounds.
(2) (Court.) one's own wife or her relatives: 內人 nei4ren2↓;
賤內 my (humble) wife;
內子 nei4zi3↓;
內助 my better half (lit., “my internal assistant”);
懼內 henpecked;
內兄 wife's elder brother;
內嫂 wife's elder brother's wife;
內親 relatives of the family of one's wife;
內嬖 a concubine, a court favorite;
內寵 ditto.
(3) The female sex: 內賓 female guests;
內眷 the female members of a family;
內掌櫃的 a shop-owner's wife.
(4) The heart: 內疚 prickings of conscience;
內視 Buddhist contemplation, introspection;
內觀 ditto;
內省 self-examination;
內秀 innate intelligence, wisdom or talent;
內慧 ditto;
內心 nei4xin1↓;
五內 the viscera, the internal organs of the body as seats of feeling.
Adj. & adv.Internal(ly), interior(ly), inside, indoor(s), secret(ly): 內部 internal or interior parts, on the inside;
內G internal(ly);
內中 ditto, the imperial court;
分內 (of rights or duties) what is one's due;
在內 inside;
內幕 nei4mu4↓;
內情 circumstances not known to the outsider, inside story;
內附 (of foreign countries) come to pay homage;
內屬 ditto;
內顧 look backwards;
內顧之憂 family troubles (financial or otherwise);
內s appoint one's close relations to office;
內才 capabilities, potentials, talent, knowledge (opp. 外才 outside appearance);
內容 nei4rong2↓;
內心 nei4xin1↓;
內含 nei4han2↓;
內犯 foreign invasion, of the country;
內戰 civil war;
內爭 internal dissension;
內亂 internal rebellion;
內難 internal disturbances, civil commotion;
內訌 internal disputes;
內鬨 ditto;
內患 internal troubles;
內憂外患 internal revolt and foreign invasion;
內服 drugs for oral administration;
內地 nei4di4↓;
內開 (term formerly used in official documents) as stated in your memorandum, which says: “…etc.”;
內奸 enemy's agent operating in any organization;
內賊 an enemy within, thief on inside job;
內縴 wirepuller;
內線 nei4xian4↓;
內應 internal uprising in support of the enemy without;
內勤 person working inside an office (opp. 外勤 one working outside an office);
內調 transfer of an official from field service to capital, recall of official from a foreign post to an assignment at home;
內務 nei4wu4↓;
內政 internal or domestic affairs of a country, see 內政部 nei4zheng4bu4↑;
內治 ditto, formerly, family affairs to be looked after by women;
內宅 women's quarters in a home;
內債 government bonds.
Words1. 內圈 nei4qUan1, n., inner circle.
2. 內地 nei4di4, n., the inland.
3. 內港 nei4gang3, n., an inner harbor.
4. 內閣 nei4ge2, n., the Cabinet of a government.
5. 內功 nei4gong1, n., (Chin. boxing) the art of building up one's strength through breathing and other exercises of the internal organs.
6. 內海 nei4hai3, n., (geog.) an inland sea.
7. 內含 nei4han2, n., contents, constituent elements.
8. 內行 nei4hang2, adj., n., expert, an expert.
9. 內河 nei4he2, n., a river with no outlet to the sea, inland river.
10. 內政部 nei4zheng4bu4, n., Ministry of the Interior, the Home Office.
11. 內角 nei4jiao3, n., (math.) an interior angle.
12. 內監 nei4jian4, n., a eunuch.
13. 內景 nei4jing3, n., an internal view, (motion pictures) scenes shot indoors.
14. 內急 nei4ji2, adj., impatient to go to the toilet.
15. 內痔 nei4zhi4, n., (med.) internal hemorrhoids.
16. 內科 nei4ke1, n., (med.) internal medicine.
17. 內幕 nei4mu4, n., inside story: 內幕消息 inside information.
18. 內篇 nei4pian1, n., (1) (AC) that partof a book in which basic principles are enunciated (opp. 外篇 in which matters other than basic principles are treated);
19. 內篇 nei4pian1, n., (2) (AC) works of a Taoist writer.
20. 內人 nei4ren2, n., (court.) one's own wife, see nei4zi3↓.
21. 內容 nei4rong2, n., contents (of a book, etc.)
22. 內傷 nei4shang1, n., (med.) internal injury.
23. 內線 nei4xian4, n., (1) the inside track of a racecourse (opp. 外線 the outside track);
24. 內線 nei4xian4, n., (2) an inside wirepuller: 走內線 to influence an official through his wife;
25. 內線 nei4xian4, n., (3) an informer: 做內線 serve as (s.o.'s) informer.
26. 內心 nei4xin1, n. & adv., at heart.
27. 內侍 nei4shi4, (1) n., a eunuch;
28. 內侍 nei4shi4, (2) v.i., serve as a eunuch at the court.
29. 內臟 nei4zang4, n., (physiol.) internal organs of the body.
30. 內在 nei4zai4, adj., inside, internal: 內在美 internal beauty, beauty of spirit;
31. 內在 nei4zai4, adj., 內在因素 internal factors.
32. 內子 nei4zi3, n., (court.) one's own wife (=內人↑).
33. 內務 nei4wu4, n., (1) the domestic affairs of a country;
34. 內務 nei4wu4, n., (2) maintenance of cleanliness and orderliness in school dormitories or barracks;
35. 內務 nei4wu4, n., (3) family affairs.

Num. Index: 81.42     ㄖㄡˋ rou4         (re. pr. *ㄖㄨˋ ru4    ).
N.(1) Meat, flesh: 肉兒 rou4er0↓;
筋肉 flesh;
肌肉 muscles;
肉皮兒 the human skin;
肉體 rou4ti3↓;
靈肉 body and soul;
肉慾 rou4yU4↓;
肉麻 rou4ma2↓;
肉感 rou4gan3↓;
肉痛 rou4tong4↓;
肉癢討打 (of childern) so naughty as to invite parental discipline;
心驚肉跳 trembling with fear;
親骨肉 one's own flesh and blood;
肉泥爛醬 (of the human body) mutilated and bloody;
肉嘟嘟的 fleshy, fat;
肉球 so fat as to look like a ball of flesh;
肉勒咕咭 fat and clumsy, stout, corpulent, portly;
豬肉 pork;
羊肉 mutton;
牛肉 beef;
雞鴨魚肉 delicacies, meat and fish;
肥肉,瘦肉 fat, lean meat;
肉核兒 the choicest portion of meat, fillet;
肉皮 pork skin;
皮肉生涯 the life of a prostitute;
碎肉 meat cut into small pieces;
肉頭兒 odd pieces of meat;
肉星兒 a tiny bit of meat;
肉釘兒 meat cut into small cubes;
肉片兒 meat cut into thin slices;
肉絲兒 meat cut into small threads;
肉醬 minced meat;
肉汁 meat broth;
肉乾 dried sliced meat;
肉脯兒 rou4pu3↓;
臘肉 dried, salted meat;
烤肉 roast, barbecue;
肉鬆 rou4song1, 肉餅 rou4bing3↓;
肉饅頭 steamed bread with meat stuffing;
肉包子(兒)ditto;
肉丸 (子),肉圓 (子) rou4wan2(zi0), rou4yU1an2(zi0)↓;
肉槓 meat stall;
肉案子 a counter where meat is sold;
肉店 a butcher shop.
(2) The flesh of fruits or vegetables: k肉 fruit pulp.
Pron.My own (darling): 肉兒 darling child;
我的肉兒 my dear son, also used in love-making.
Adj.(1) Spongy: 這西瓜瓤兒太肉 (coll.) the pulp of this water-melon is too flabby.
(2) Slow moving: 肉得慌 (coll.) so slow as to make you despair.
Words1. 肉報子 rou4bao4zi0, n., (sl.) one fond of passing gossip.
2. 肉筆 *ru4bi3, n., (LL) a handdrawn picture or hand-written book as distinct from a printed one.
3. 肉餅 rou4bing3, n., meat ball.
4. 肉白骨 *ru4bo2gu3, phr., (AC, rhet.) resuscitate, give life to the people once more.
5. 肉丁 rou4ding1, n., (1) a boil, an ulcer (also 肉疔);
6. 肉丁 rou4ding1, n., (2) cubed pork or chicken.
7. 肉豆蔻 rou4dou4kou4, n., (bot.) the common nutmeg.
8. 肉粉 rou4fen3, n., fertilizer made of dried meat ground into powder.
9. 肉感 rou4gan3, n., sensuality, sensual attraction, sex appeal.
10. 肉冠 rou4guan1, n., the comb, the red fleshy crest of fowl.
11. 肉桂 roughgui4 (*ru4gui4), n., cinnamon.
12. 肉好 rou4hao4 (*ru4hao4), n., (sl.) a hole in the flesh, said of hole of anything in a circle.
13. 肉紅 rou4hong2 (*ru4hong2) n., (1) pinkish color like that of the human flesh;
14. 肉紅 rou4hong2 (*ru4hong2) n., (2) (Chin. med.) the bark of the Chinese redbud.
15. 肉柱 rou4zhu4, n., (physiol.) the adductor muscle.
16. 肉芝 rou4zhi1, n., a kind of mushroom-like plant.
17. 肉兒 rou4er0, n., (1) meat, flesh;
18. 肉兒 rou4er0, n., (2) darling: 我的肉兒 “my own flesh”.
19. 肉麻 rou4ma2, adj., (1) numb (feeling);
20. 肉麻 rou4ma2, adj., (2) vulgar and coarse, giving one the creeps: 把肉麻當有趣 mistake coarseness for being funny.
21. 肉票(兒) rou4piao4(er0), n., a person held for ransom.
22. 肉搏 rou4po2 (*ru4po2), n., hand-to-hand combat.
23. 肉脯 rou4pu3, n., dried meat in threads;
24. 肉脯 rou4pu3, n., 肉脯兒 said of portly, obese person.
25. 肉色 rou4shai3, n. & adj., flesh color, flesh-colored.
26. 肉身 rou4shen1, n., (Budd.) the physical mortal body;
27. 肉身 rou4shen1, n., the flesh.
28. 肉聲 rou4sheng1, n., vocal singing.
29. 肉刑 *ru4xing2, n., ancient punishment including physical mutilation.
30. 肉食 *ru4shi2, adj., flesh-eating, carnivorous: 肉食獸 carnivorous animalsl;
31. 肉食 *ru4shi2, adj., 肉食者 (AC) the well-fed officials.
32. 肉蕈 rou4xUn4, n., white mushrooms.
33. 肉穗花 rou4sui1hua1, n., (bot.) a spadix.
34. 肉鬆 rou4song1, n., dried fluffy meat.
35. 肉袒 *ru4tan3, v.i., (allu.) bare one's back to be threshed to show contrition.
36. 肉胎 rou4tai1, n., (Budd.) mummy of a dead monk's body.
37. 肉體 rou4ti3, n., the human body.
38. 肉頭 rou4tou0, adj., soft, fleshy.
39. 肉蓯蓉 rou4cong1rong2, n., (bot.) boschniakia glabra.
40. 肉痛 rou4tong4 (*ru4tong4), n., (1) physical pains, anxiety, apprehension;
41. 肉痛 rou4tong4 (*ru4tong4), n., (2) (Shanghai dial.) unwillingness to part with s.t. one loves.
42. 肉棗 rouhtzaau, n., (bot.) dog wood (also called 山茱萸);
43. 肉棗 rouhtzaau, n., 肉棗兒 (a) hardened formation in animals;
44. 肉棗 rouhtzaau, n., (b) (coll.) a person who moves awkwardly and clumsily.
45. 肉丸(子) rou4wan2(zi0), n., meat balls.
46. 肉痿 rou4wei3, n., (Chin. med., AC) muscular insensitivity.
47. 肉眼 rou4yan3, n., (1) the naked eye: 肉眼可見 can see s.t. (e.g., a distant star) without the aid of instruments;
48. 肉眼 rou4yan3, n., 肉眼泡兒 eyes with fleshy eyelids;
49. 肉眼 rou4yan3, n., (2) common or vulgar views: 肉眼凡胎 a shortsighted and good-for-nothing person;
50. 肉眼 rou4yan3, n., 肉眼無珠 dull, stupid (“having eyes, see not”).
51. 肉芽 rou4ya2, n., (bot.) fleshy buds.
52. 肉蠅 rou4ying2, n., (zoo.) a large blowfly, sarcophago carinaria.
53. 肉圓(子) rouyUan2(zi0), n., meat balls.
54. 肉月兒 rou4yUe4er0, n., the radical 月, representing 肉 meat, usu. not distinguishable from rad. 月.
55. 肉慾 rou4yU4, n., carnal desires.

Num. Index: 81.42     ㄘㄠˋ cao4    .
V.t.(Obscene) to copulate with (woman).

Num. Index: 81.42     ㄑㄧㄣˊ qin2    .
N.(1) Gen. term for birds, contrasted with 獸 beasts: 禽獸 qin2shou4↓;
飛禽走獸 birds (that fly) and beasts (that run);
家禽 domestic fowl;
靈禽 auspicious birds.
(2) A surname.
Words1. 禽荒 qin2huang1, n., (AC) over-indulgence in hunting.
2. 禽鳥 qin2niao3, n., bird.
3. 禽獸 qin2shou4, n., (1) animal world;
4. 禽獸 qin2shou4, n., (2) subhuman world of beasts: 禽獸之行 beastly conduct, esp. incest and sodomy;
5. 禽獸 qin2shou4, n., 行同禽獸 act like beasts;
6. 禽獸 qin2shou4, n., 衣冠禽獸 beasts in human dress.

Num. Index: 81.42     ㄩㄝˋ yUe4    .
N.An ancient short flute (also wr. 籥).

Num. Index: 81.50     ㄒㄧˋ xi4    .
V.i.(1) (LL) to close up: 翕張 close and open;
翕翼 (LL) to contract wings.
(2) (AC) to draw up (tongue).
Adj. & adv.Harmonious, -ly: 翕然,翕如 xi4ran2, xi4ru2↓.
Words1. 翕赫 xi4he4, adj., (AC) grand and harmonious.
2. 翕合 xi2he2, v.i., join together.
3. 翕忽 xi4hu1, adv., abruptly (also 條忽).
4. 翕然 xi4ran2, adj., united, harmonious.
5. 翕如 xi4ru2, adj., (mus.) harmonious, sounding together.

Num. Index: 81.63     ㄌㄧㄥˋ ling4         (*ㄌㄧㄥˊ ling2    ). [Var. □; all compp. with 令, □ are treated as 令 .63]
N.(1) Military or official order: 命令 order;
訓令 official instructions;
軍令 a military command, military discipline;
禁令 official ban;
(oft. used in official documents) it is ordered, you are hereby ordered, instructed to: 申令 give order;
三令五申 we have repeatedly explained and ordered;
嚴令 it is strictly ordered;
令旗 formerly, flag of command;
令箭 formerly, mil. order given with an arrow;
令旨 emperor's wish.
(2) The law: 法令,律令 statutes;
令典 legal code.
(3) Season: 時令,月令 season of the year;
春令,夏令 spring, summer season: 夏令大會 summer conference.
(4) Formerly, magistrate: 令尹 district magistrate;
縣令 county magistrate;
尚書令 prime minister in Tarng Dynasty;
cf. 尚書 22.42.
(5) A surname.
(6) A ream (500 sheets) of paper (translit.).
V.t.(Causative vb.) to make, (s.o.) to: (sometimes pr. *ling2): 令即出京 order (s.o.) to leave capital at once;
令人滿意 make people satisfied-satisfactory;
令人懷疑 cause suspicion;
令人喜歡 be liked by people (“cause to like”).
Adj.(1) (Court.) your (forming compp. as follows): 令尊 your father;
令堂,令慈 your mother;
令正 your wife;
令兄,令弟,令姊,令妹 your brother, sister (elder, younger);
令愛,令媛 your daughter;
令郎,令嗣 your son;
令岳 your father-in-law;
令親 your parents;
令高足 your bright student.
(2) Good, esteemed: 令名,令聞,令譽 good reputation;
令德 good character;
令節 fine festival or season;
令終 die a natural death, pass off peacefully;
巧言令色 pleasing words and smoothness of manner;
suavity.

Num. Index: 81.70     ㄎㄢ kan1    .
N.A niche for idols.

Num. Index: 81.70     ㄨㄥˋ weng4    . [Abbr. of □60.70]

Num. Index: 81.72     ㄋㄧㄢˋ nian4    .
N. & adj.(1) Capital form of 廿: 念歲 twenty years old;
念五日 the twenty-fifth day.
(2) A thought, an idea: esp. 念頭 nian4tou0↓;
貪念 greedy thought;
邪念,惡念 evil thought;
一念之差 (of mistakes) all arise from a wrong thought in the mind;
善念,慈念 kind thoughts;
萬念俱灰 (俱消) all thoughts, ambitions are blasted (vanish).
(3) Care, remembrance, see V.i. & t. 2↓.
V.i. & t.(1) Study, read:念書 nian4shu1↓;
念經 nian4jing1↓;
你現在念幾年級 which class are you in? 念小學 study in a primary school;
念甚麼系 which department are you studying in?
(2) Remmember, care, think of (all serve equally as nn.): 思念,想念,惦念,掛念,懸念 (of friends or relatives) be always thinking of one another;
追念,悼念 grieve over (s.o.'s) death;
紀念 comemorate;
存念 think of, remember;
留念 keep as a momento;
回念 recall (the past);
懷念 keep ever in mind;
不復置念 forget all about it;
念舊 remember old friends or the good old days;
念茲在茲 be ever mindful of s.t. one is resolved to do;
不念舊惡 forget and forgive old grudges;
念交情 do s.t. for the sake of friendship;
念念不忘 never forget (s.t. or s.o.) for a moment;
日中念念有辭 be mumbling some words.
Words1. 念白 nian4bai2, n., (of Chin. opera) dialogue or monologue as distinct from singing.
2. 念叨 nian4dao0, v.t., (1) remember (s.o.) in speaking to another: 她常常念叨著你 she often remembers you in our talks;
3. 念叨 nian4dao0, v.t., (2) grumble: 他老是在那裡念念叨叨 he is always grumbling.
4. 念法 nian4fa3, n., (1) pronunciation:這個字怎麼念法 how is this word pronounced?
5. 念法 nian4fa3, n., (2) method of studying.
6. 念佛 nian4fo2, v.t., chant Buddhist scriptures or say prayers to Buddha.
7. 念經 nian4jing1, v.t., chant Buddhist scriptures (also wr. 唸).
8. 念咒 nian4zhou4, v.t., utter charms to exorcise demons (also wr. 唸).
9. 念珠 nian4zhu1, n. & v.t., (tell) beads.
10. 念心兒 nian4xie0er0, n., souvenir, also called 念信,念想.
11. 念書 nian4shu1, v.i. & t., (1) study or read;
12. 念書 nian4shu1, v.i. & t., (2) study in school;
13. 念書 nian4shu1, v.i. & t., (3) (in a gen. sense) receive an education: 念書有什麼用 what's the use of an education?
14. 念誦 nian4song4, v.t., (1) remember (s.o.) in speaking to another: 老太太正念誦著你吶 the old lady is always mentioning you in our talks;
15. 念誦 nian4song4, v.t., (2) read (s.t.) aloud, also wr. 唸.
16. 念頭 nian4tou0, n., idea, thought, what one is thinking of at any given moment, often evil thought: 不知他有什麼念頭 I don't know what are his intentions: 轉念頭 try to win the favors of s.o. (esp. of a woman).
17. 念秧 nian4yang1, n., (coll. north China) a fraud or deception.
18. 念央兒 nian4yang1er0, v.i., beat about the bush.

Num. Index: 81.72     ㄩˋ yU4    . [Usu. printed 愈]
V.i.Recover from illness: 病愈 (also written 癒).
Adj.Better: 愈於 better than.
Adv.The more, more and more, increasingly (=vern. 越): 愈來愈多 more and more are coming;
愈不堪 getting worse and worse;
愈加 increasingly (difficult, etc.);
愈甚 more intensely;
愈益 all the more (complex, etc.);
愈讀愈愛 the more you read it, the more you love it.

Num. Index: 81.72     ㄘㄨㄥ cong1    . [Var. of □ 90.72]

Num. Index: 81.80     ㄊㄢ tan1    .
V.t.To covet, be greedy for: 貪財 money-mad;
wish improperly or beyond bounds: 貪爵位 covet or hang on to government position;
貪吃,貪嘴 love food excessively;
貪飲,貪酒 love wine;
貪女色 crazy about women;
貪圖富貴 desire wealth and honor greatly;
貪得無厭 have insatiable greed;
貪天之功 have inordinate ambitions;
貪生怕死 be a coward, prefer life to dishonor;
貪小失大 go for the small things and miss things that are worthwhile;
貪睡 love to sleep;
貪樂 love pleasures;
貪多嚼不爛 bite more than one can chew--greedy.
Adj.Greedy, avaricious: 貪官污吏 corrupt officials;
你這個人真貪 you are indeed greedy, you want too much;
貪念 covetous thoughts: 起了貪念 have immoral thoughts (about women or money).
Words1. 貪婪 tan1lan2, adj., greedy for wealth or women.
2. 貪戀 tan1lian4, v.t., love, cling to (women, government position, life of comfort).
3. 貪吝 tan1lin4, adj., miserly, avaricious;
4. 貪吝 tan1lin4, n., avarice.
5. 貪心 tan1xin1, n. & adj., greed, -y.
6. 貪饕 tan1tao1, n., gluttony.
7. 貪頭 tan1tou2, n., bait, inducement.
8. 貪圖(兒) tan1tu0(er0), (1) v.t., desire excessively;
9. 貪圖(兒) tan1tu0(er0), (2) n., see tan1tou2↑.
10. 貪嘴 tan1zui3, adj., greedy for food.
11. 貪污 tan1wu1, adj., corrupt (official).

Num. Index: 81.81     ㄖㄣˊ ren2    .
N.(1) Human beings: 人類 ren2lei4, 人c ren2qUn2↓;
人窮志短 poverty and ambition make strange bedfellows;
人面獸心 a brute under a human mask;
人模狗樣 pretending to be what one is not, also said of a pederast;
人頭畜鳴 an animal in human form;
人中騏驥 (compliment) a very clever child;
人不知,鬼不覺 done in complete secrecy;
人大心大 (usu. of a girl) become gradually more assertive as one grows older;
人小鬼大 a child daring to do great mischief, (facet.) a boy with a high ambition;
人敬不高 to be respected encourages one to be worthy of such respect;
人義水甜 perfect harmony between friends;
人有臉,樹有皮 “face” is as important to man as the bark is to tree;
人命關天 a case involving life and death;
人命案 a case of manslaughter;
人肉巿場 a brothel;
人浮於食 too many workers with little to do;
人浮於事 ditto, more applicants than available jobs;
人定勝天 man is the master of his own fate;
人多嘴雜 a babel of voices, divided counsel, “too many cooks spoil the soup”;
人頭份兒 to share a thing equally among all (“to each a share”);
人傑地靈 a place propitious for giving birth to great men;
人'a獄 a veritable hell on earth;
人間天堂 heaven on earth;
人山人海 huge crowds (“a sea of human beings”);
人生於世 living in a time like this;
to live this life;
人生朝露 the evanescence of life (“human life is like the morning dew”);
人微言輕 (self-derogatory) lowly placed as I am, my words can carry little or no weight;
人言可畏 advice to behave correctly for fear of incurring gossip;
人不可貌相 don't judge anyone by appearances;
做人 behave oneself properly;
為人 to conduct oneself in a certain way;
大人 a superior man (opp. 小人 a mean fellow, a scoundrel), (lit.) a grown-up (opp. 小人 a child);
偉人 a great man.
(2) Everybody: 人皆讚美 praised by one and all;
人人 all without exception;
people in general;
人所共知 as everybody knows.
(3) A grownup: 他的兒子業已成人了 his son has come of age.
(4) A person of a certain character: 法人 a legal (juridical) person;
自然人 a natural person;
公證人 a notary public;
辯護人 (law) the defense counsel (attorney);
保護人 protector;
申請人 an applicant;
監護人 (law) the guardian of a minor.
Pron.Other: 人棄我取 I will take whatever others don't want;
人取我與 I will part with whatever others may want;
人一己百 if others succeed by making one ounce of effort, I will make a hundred times as much effort;
己所不欲,勿施於人 don't do to others what you would not have others do to you;
推己及人 do as you would be done by others, judge others as you would like to be judged by others.
Words1. 人保 ren2bao3, n., a personal guarantee (opp. 舖保 guarantee offered by a business firm).
2. 人表 ren2biao3, n., a person of exemplary conduct, a paragon of virtue.
3. 人稱 ren2cheng1, (1) n., (gram.) the first, second or third person;
4. 人稱 ren2cheng1, (2) a nickname by which a person is known.
5. 人臣 ren2chen2, n., a minister of State.
6. 人情 ren2qing2, n., (1) what comes naturally to man, what is inherent in human nature;
7. 人情 ren2qing2, n., (2) a favor done to s.o.;
8. 人情 ren2qing2, n., (3) a present (gift);
9. 人情 ren2qing2, n., (4) a wedding or birthday party, a funeral service,
10. 人情 ren2qing2, n., (5) attendance at such a party or service;
11. 人情 ren2qing2, n., (6) affection, love, personal attachment;
12. 人情 ren2qing2, n., (7) a gesture of kindness or generosity: 人情貨 a person holding a job on the strength of a recommendation by an influential individual;
13. 人情 ren2qing2, n., 人情兒 a favor done to another;
14. 人情 ren2qing2, n., 人情味(兒)genuine human warmth.
15. 人權 ren2qUan2, n., the rights of man, human rights: 人權宣言 (Fr. history) Declaration of the Rights of Man and the Citizen;
16. 人權 ren2qUan2, n., 人權法案 (British history) the Bill of Rights of 1689.
17. 人c ren2qUn2, n., (1) a crowd of people;
18. 人c ren2qUn2, n., (2) mankind: 人c兒 (ren2qUe2er0) a crowd.
19. 人道 ren2dao4, n., (1) kindness, humanity, mercy: 人道主義 humanitarianism;
20. 人道 ren2dao4, n., (2) sexual intercourse: 不能人道 impotency,-t;
21. 人道 ren2dao4, n., (3) (Budd.) the stage of human existence.
22. 人燈 ren2deng1, n., a person thin and frail (“like a lamppost”).
23. 人地 ren2di4, n., the environment in which a person finds himself: 人地生疏 (be placed) in an unfamiliar environment;
24. 人地 ren2di4, n., 人地不宜 finding oneself in an unsuitable environment.
25. 人丁 ren2ding1, n., (1) persons who have come of age;
26. 人丁 ren2ding1, n., (2) people in general.
27. 人堆兒 ren2dueer0, n., a crowd of people.
28. 人犯 ren2fan4, n., a criminal (suspect).
29. 人販子 ren2fan4zi0, n., one who traffics in human beings.
30. 人夫 ren2fu1, n., coolies.
31. 人根 ren2gen1, n., (Budd.) the human reproductive organ.
32. 人格 ren2ge2, n., (1) personal character, personality: 人格化 personify, -ication;
33. 人格 ren2ge2, n., (2) a legal entity.
34. 人工 ren2gong1, (1) n., a manday;
35. 人工 ren2gong1, (2) n., human effort;
36. 人工 ren2gong1, (3) adj., artificial, man-made (opp. 自然 natural);
37. 人工 ren2gong1, 人工呼吸 artificial respiration;
38. 人工 ren2gong1, 人工呼吸器 respirator;
39. 人工 ren2gong1, 人工授精 artificial insemination;
40. 人工 ren2gong1, 人工腎臟 artificial kidney.
41. 人股(兒) ren2gu3(er0), n., formerly, annual bonus given to the manager of a business partnership.
42. 人海 ren2hai3, n., huge crowds: 人海浮沈 to experience all the vicissitudes of life;
43. 人海 ren2hai3, n., 人海戰術 human wave tactics of warfare.
44. 人豪 ren2hao2, n., the ablest and bravest of men, a man among men.
45. 人和 ren2he2, n., group morale.
46. 人話 ren2hua4, n., seemly words, utterances becoming a decent man.
47. 人寰 ren2huan2, n., the world of men.
48. 人戶 ren2hu4, n., the people.
49. 人證 ren2zheng4, n., testimony given by a witness in a law court.
50. 人家 ren2jia1, n., (1) a dwelling house;
51. 人家 ren2jia1, n., (2) s.o. else's home;
52. 人家 ren2jia1, n., (3) a high-class family: 清白人家 a decent family;
53. 人家 ren2jia1, n., 富貴人家 a rich and politically influential family;
54. 人家 ren2jia1, n., (4) a family engaged in a certain occupation: 務農人家 a farm family;
55. 人家 ren2jia1, n., 作工的人家 an artisan's (workingman's) family;
56. 人家 ren2jia1, n., (5) a wife: 娶個人家 get married;
57. 人家 ren2jia1, n., (6) (*ren2jia0) some one, one, used to denote (a) somebody else: 人家的事你不用管 don't meddle with somebody else's business;
58. 人家 ren2jia0, n., (b) used to denote others:人家可不能像你那麼胡說 others, another, will not talk such nonsense as you do;
59. 人家 ren2jia0, n., (c) or to denote the speaker himself: 你成天拿人家開玩笑 you are making fun of me all the time;
60. 人家 ren2jia0, n., (d) to denote persons of a particular class: 男人家 the menfolk, 女人家 womenfolk;
61. 人家 ren2jia0, n., 婦道人家 ditto;
62. 人家 ren2jia0, n., 女孩人家 girls;
63. 人家 ren2jia1, n., (7) the husband's family before marriage: 給她找個人家 choose a prospective husband for her;
64. 人家 ren2jia1, n., 已經有人家兒了 she is already engaged.
65. 人鑑 ren2jian4, n., a loyal minister who can correct the prince's failings (“a human mirror in which one's true self is reflected”), (also 人鏡).
66. 人間 ren2jian1, n., (1) this human world, this human life (with all that it may imply): 生於此人間 born into this world of ours;
67. 人間 ren2jian1, n., (2) social intercourse: 吾無宦情兼拙於人間 (LL) I don't care to be an official, nor am I a good mixer;
68. 人間 ren2jian1, n., 人間味 the flavor of human life;
69. 人間 ren2jian1, n., 人間苦 bitter human life.
70. 人傑 ren2jie2, n., a hero among men.
71. 人境 ren2jing41, n., human habitations, a place where men make their homes.
72. 人鏡 ren2jing42, n., (=人鑑 ren2jian4↑).
73. 人精 ren2jing1, n., a child with the ways of grownups;
74. 人精 ren2jing1, n., uncanny person.
75. 人粥 ren2zhou1, n., (fig.) a crowded mass of human beings.
76. 人眾 ren2zhong4, n., the masses, the people at large.
77. 人中 ren2zhong1, n., (physiol.) the middle line of upper lip;
78. 人中 ren2zhong1, n., 人中白 (herb med.) urine sediments used as a drug;
79. 人中 ren2zhong1, n., 人中黃 (herb med.) a drug to cure fever, made of powdered licorice root put in a bamboo tube and soaked in a cesspool for several months.
80. 人主 ren2zhu3, n., the reigning monarch, ruler.
81. 人種 ren2zhong3, n., the human species, a person's race.
82. 人治 ren2zhi4, n., (Confu.) government by men, the rule of men (opp. 法治 government by law, the rule of law).
83. 人爵 ren2jUe2, n., official titles (opp. 天爵 moral greatness).
84. 人君 ren2jUn1, n., the monarch.
85. 人客 ren2ke4, n., guests (=客人, opp. 主人 the host).
86. 人口 ren2kou3, n., (1) population: 人口統計 census taking;
87. 人口 ren2kou3, n., (2) all the members of a family;
88. 人口 ren2kou3, n., (3) the mouth as an organ of speech: 膾炙人口 (of literary works) be spoken of with relish.
89. 人兒 rerer0, n., (1) a person;
90. 人兒 rerer0, n., (2) a concubine;
91. 人兒 rerer0, n., (3) a human figure or picture;
92. 人兒 rerer0, n., (4) a person's looks and conduct.
93. 人籟 ren2lai4, n., sounds of the human voice (opp. 天籟 the sounds of nature).
94. 人來瘋 ren2lai2feng1, n., childish pranks in the presence of guests.
95. 人類 ren2lei, n., mankind, human beings, humanity at large, the human species.
96. 人力 ren2li4, n., manpower, manual labor, human force;
97. 人力 ren2li4, n., 人力車 a rickshaw;
98. 人力 ren2li4, n., 人力股(兒)=人股 ren2gu3↑.
99. 人倫 ren2lun2, n., (1) ethical relations;
100. 人倫 ren2lun2, n., (2) personal character.
101. 人馬 ren2ma3, n., (1) coolies and beasts of burden;
102. 人馬 ren2ma3, n., (2) people on the move as a group;
103. 人馬 ren2ma3, n., (3) soldiers and horses.
104. 人們 ren2men, n., people in gen., the indefinite “they”.
105. 人面 ren2mian4, n., the human face: 人面獸心 the brute of a man (“an animal under a human mask”).
106. 人命 ren2ming4, n., human life: 人命官司 a case of murder or manslaughter;
107. 人命 ren2ming4, n., 人命攸關 a matter of life and death.
108. 人民 ren2min2, n., the people: 人民陣線 popular front;
109. 人民 ren2min2, n., 人民公社 Commune;
110. 人民 ren2min2, n., 人民票 (幣) currency of Communist China.
111. 人謀 ren2mou2, n., plans (schemes) made by men, opp. god's will.
112. 人品 ren2pin3, n., (1) personal character;
113. 人品 ren2pin3, n., (2) personal looks.
114. 人人 ren2ren2, n., everybody: 人人為我,我為人人 all for one and one for all.
115. 人瑞 ren2rui4, n., a great benefactor of men, oft. a venerable highly respected character.
116. 人日 ren2ri4, n., the 7th day of the first lunar month.
117. 人勝 ren2sheng4, n., formerly, ornamental flowers (花勝) or figures cut from colored material and used as presents on the 7th day of the first lunar month.
118. 人參 ren2shen11, n., the ginseng.
119. 人身 ren2shen12, n., (1) the human body: 人身保護狀 a writ of habeas corpus;
120. 人身 ren2shen12, n., (2) man's physical frame: 投生人身 (Budd.) be reincarnated in human form;
121. 人身 ren2shen12, n., (3) personal character: 人身權 (law) personal rights.
122. 人生 ren2sheng1, n., the life of man, human life: 人生如夢 life is but a dream: 人生觀 one's outlook on life, philosophy of life.
123. 人相 ren2xiang11, n., physiognomy.
124. 人像 ren2xiang43, n., a portrait.
125. 人性 ren2xing4, n., (1) human nature (opp. 獸性 animal nature; n., 神性 divine nature);
126. 人性 ren2xing4, n., (2) human feelings, emotions, and impulses;
127. 人性 ren2xing4, n., (3) (ren2xing0) a person's temperament and character: 他的人性不好 he is ill-tempered;
128. 人性 ren2xing4, n., (4) (ren2xing0) man's emotional and rational faculties: 這個人不通人性 this man know nothing of human feelings, remains unmoved and unsympathetic.
129. 人心 ren2xin1, n., (1) a person's disposition;
130. 人心 ren2xin1, n., (2) one's inclination: 人心不齊 people are of different minds;
131. 人心 ren2xin1, n., (3) human consience, one's better self: 他要有人心,才怪呢 it would be strange, indeed, if he had a conscience!
132. 人心 ren2xin1, n., (4) gratitude: 必有一份人心 I must express my human gratitude;
133. 人心 ren2xin1, 人心兒 ren2xie1er0, n., the middle of a crowd: 在人心兒G站著 stand in the midst of a crowed.
134. 人行 ren2xing2, n., human decency: 他簡直不是人行 he doesn't behave like a man at all;
135. 人行 ren2xing2, n., 人行道 a sidewalk.
136. 人形兒 ren2xing2er0, n., a human shape (form).
137. 人手 ren2shou3, n., personnel engaged in a specific task, employees.
138. 人壽 ren2hou4, n., one's span of life;
139. 人壽 ren2hou4, n., 人壽保險 life insurance.
140. 人師 ren2si4, n., a person of exemplay conduct.
141. 人士 ren2shi41, n., men or scholars in get.
142. 人氏 ren2shi42, n., persons born of a particular locality: 就是本地人氏 is a native son here.
143. 人巿 ren2shi43, n., a densely populated place.
144. 人世 ren2shi44, n., this human world or life.
145. 人事 ren2shi45, n., (1) the conscious world: 昏迷過去,人事不知 fainted and lost all conciousness;
146. 人事 ren2shi45, n., (2) ways of the world: 不懂人事 ignorant of the ways of the world;
147. 人事 ren2shi45, n., (3) human efforts: 盡人事,聽天命 do one's human best and leave all else to God;
148. 人事 ren2shi45, n., (4) a present: 送黃金一百兩,權當人事 sent one hundred ounces of gold as a present;
149. 人事 ren2shi45, n., (5) sexual knowledge: 她已漸省人事 she is growing to be sex-conscious;
150. 人事 ren2shi45, n., (6) personnel affairs: 人事處 (科) personnel department (section).
151. 人熊 ren2xiong2, n., (zoo.) the brown bear.
152. 人體 ren2ti3, n., the human body: 人體美 beauty of the human figure, as exemplified in nudes.
153. 人頭兒 ren2tou2er0, n., one's character, looks or ability.
154. 人頭稅 ren2tou2shui4, n., the poll tax.
155. 人才 ren2cai2 (ren2cai0), n., (1) a talented person;
156. 人才 ren2cai2 (ren2cai0), n., (2) good looks: 有幾分人才 pretty good-looking (also wr. 人材).
157. 人造 ren2zao4, adj., artificial, man-made: 人造絲 artificial silk;
158. 人造 ren2zao4, adj., 人造奶油 (牛油) margarine.
159. 人擇 ren2ze2, n., artificial selection.
160. 人望 ren2wang4, n., social prestige, good repute.
161. 人味兒 ren2weher0, n., the joy of living, joie de vivre: 活著沒人味兒 there is no joy in continuing to live.
162. 人位 ren2wei4, n., (1) personnel: 寶號人位一共多少 how many employees are there in your shop?
163. 人位 ren2wei4, n., (2) one's ability and the job he holds: 人位相宜 is the right man for the right job.
164. 人為 ren2wei2, adj., artificial man-made: 人為淘汰 artificial selection (opp. 天然淘汰 natural selection).
165. 人文 ren2wen2, n., human culture: 人文主義 humanism;
166. 人文 ren2wen2, n., 人文地理 human (social, anthropo-) geography;
167. 人文 ren2wen2, n., 人文科學 the humanities.
168. 人物 ren2wu4, n., (1) an outstanding personage;
169. 人物 ren2wu4, n., (2) men and things.
170. 人 ren2yan1 (ren2yan0), n., (1) smoke from the kitchen chimney;
171. 人 ren2yan1 (ren2yan0), n., (2) an inhabited area: 人КY密 a densely populated locality.
172. 人樣 ren2yang0, n., decent personal appearance or conduct: 把小孩子慣得一點人樣沒有 the child has been so spoiled that he doesn't know how to behave;
173. 人樣 ren2yang0, n., 人樣兒 the human shape: 許多逃難的都不成人樣兒了 many refugees looked so wretched that they were hardly recognizable as human beings;
174. 人樣 ren2yang0, n., 人樣子 a good, decent-looking person.
175. 人牙子 ren2ya2zi0, n., formerly, one who traffics in human beings.
176. 人言 ren2yan2, n., (1) human speech;
177. 人言 ren2yan2, n., (2) public opinion: 何恤於人言 pay no attention to what others say (of oneself);
178. 人言 ren2yan2, n., (3) a rumor: 人言不可信 don't believe rumors.
179. 人妖 ren2yao1, n., (1) a devil in human form, an evil genius;
180. 人妖 ren2yao1, n., (2) a freak, a person showing abnormal sex characteristics;
181. 人妖 ren2yao1, n., (3) a person fond of fancy dress and excessive make-up.
182. 人影兒 ren2ying3er0, n., (1) the human form;
183. 人影兒 ren2ying3er0, n., (2) one's where abouts.
184. 人員 ren2yUan21, n., staff members, personnel.
185. 人猿 ren2yUan22, n., the ape, anthropoid.
186. 人緣(兒) ren2yUan23 (ren2yuarer0), n., ability to like people and be liked
187. 人欲 ren2yU41, n., human wants, pleasures of the flesh, esp. those of sex and food.
188. 人慾 ren2yU42, n., ditto.
189. 人魚 ren2yU2, n., a mermaid, merman;
190. 人魚 ren2yU2, n., 美人魚 a good woman swimmer.

Num. Index: 81.81     ㄖㄨˋ ru4         (*ㄖㄨˇ ru3        , *ㄖˋ ri4    ).
N.One of the four tones of a character: 入聲 ru4sheng1↓.
V.i. & t.(1) Enter, come in or into, join, admit: 進入 make way into, enter;
插入 penetrate, intrude, meddle, interrupt;
潛入 sneak in, go in stealthily;
遷入 move in from one place to another;
入來 come in;
入去 go in;
請入 usher in;
入口 ru4kou3↓;
出入 (口) come and go, exit and entrance;
入 (of a meeting place) go in;
入閮 admission ticket;
入室 ru4shi4↓;
入室操戈 turn s.o.'s argument against himself;
入幕之賓 serve as adviser (secretary) to s.o.;
入舍,入婿 be married into wife's family;
入港 ru4gang3↓;
入闈 ru4wei21↓;
入圍 ru4wei22↓;
入學 formerly, pass the first-grade government examination, (modn. usage) matriculate in school;
入黨 join a political party;
入伍 ru4wu3↓;
入隊 join the ranks.
入會 become member of an association;
入局 take part in a game of chance;
加入 participate in, become a member of;
入夥 join in partnership;
入籍 ru4ji2↓;
入教 be converted to a religion;
入境 ru4jing41↓;
如入無人之境 (of troops) advance unopposed, meet with no enemy resistance (“as if entering no man's land”);
入國問俗 learn about customs and habits of the country one goes to;
入門問諱 learn about its taboos on going to a friend's;
入主出奴 (of schools of thought) think of oneself as having a monopoly of all truths and of others as heretics, take a sectarian attitude;
入木三分 (calligraphy) having forceful strokes, (of ideas, views, observations) penetrating, sharp, astute;
入席 take one's seat;
入座 ditto;
入殮 to coffin;
入肚 devour, swallow, gobble up;
入夜 at night, in the evening;
入手 ru4shou3↓.
(2) Receive, take in, obtain:入股 become a shareholder (partner);
歲入 annual revenue;
入款 funds received;
入錢 cash received;
收入 income, earnings, receipts;
入賬 enter in ledger;
入不敷出 live beyond one's means, income can't cover outlay;
量入為出 spend no more than one's income;
出入相抵 income and expenses just balance.
(3) Sink, go down, fall, descend: 日入 the sun is setting (has set), sunset;
沒入 confiscate;
沉入 sink into, go down.
(4) Harmonize, agree with: 入時 keep up with the times, be modish, fashionable, * la mode;
入調 in tune, harmonize with;
入格 (be) fitting and proper;
入情入理 (be) fair and reasonable;
格格不入 inharmonious, discordant, cannot fit into;
不相入 be incompatible, incongruous.
(5) (*ru3) Misplace: 錢不知入那G去了 I don't know where I've put the money.
(6) (*ru3) Hand over secretly: 暗中入給他手G了 have secretly put it into his hands.
(7) (*ru3) Fall into, implicate: 一腳入到泥G去 had one foot stuck in mud;
故入人罪 purposely implicate s.o. in crime.
(8) (*ri4) (MC) have sexual intercourse with (a woman).
Words1. 入超 ru4chao1, v.i., (economics) have an unfavorable balance of trade.
2. 入道 ru4dao4, v.i., (Budd.) bcome a monk.
3. 入地 ru4di4, v.i., sink below the surface of the earth.
4. 入定 ru4ding4, v.i., (Budd.) sit quietly and meditate.
5. 入耳 ru4er3, (1) n., (zoo.) the house centipede, scutigera, pop. name for 蚰蜒 (so called from its fondness for creeping into people's ears);
6. 入耳 ru4er3, (2) adj., audible, pleasant to hear.
7. 入伏 ru4fu2, v.i., enter the period of hottest weather at end of summer.
8. 入港 ru4gang3, (1) v.i., (of ships) enter port;
9. 入港 ru4gang3, (2) adv., in full agreement, harmoniously: 他們兩人說得入港 the two of them got on swimmingly in their talks.
10. 入告 ru4gao4, v.t., to report to (a superior).
11. 入彀 ru4gou4, v.i., (1) come under s.o.'s control;
12. 入彀 ru4gou4, v.i., (2) come within an arrow's shooting distance;
13. 入彀 ru4gou4, v.i., (3) fomerly, pass the examinations.
14. 入官 ru4guan1, v.t., formerly, confiscate.
15. 入貢 ru4gong4, v.i., pay tributes to a suzerain state.
16. 入骨 ru4gu3, v.i. & adv., (1) v.i., (Budd.) bury the bones of a devotee in a grave;
17. 入骨 ru4gu3, v.i. & adv., (2) adv., deeply, strongly, vehemently: 恨之入骨 hate s.o. to the bones.
18. 入號 ru4hao4, v.i., (euphem.) to pawn.
19. 入腳 ru4jiao3, v.t., set afoot, start, begin.
20. 入肩 ru4jian1, v.i., (MC) take part in an enterprise for some ulterior purpose.
21. 入境 ru4jing41, v.i., enter a country: 入境證 entry permit;
22. 入境 ru4jing41, v.i., 入境問禁 keep oneself informed of what things are forbidden in the country one is entering.
23. 入靜 ru4jing42, v.i., (Taoism) sit quietly in meditation.
24. 入覲 ru4jin3, v.t., have an audience with (the king, emperor).
25. 入籍 ru4ji2, v.i., be naturalized.
26. 入贅 ru4zhui4, v.i., marry into the wife's family, taking wife's surname.
27. 入眾 ru4zhong4, v.i., (Budd.) live with the assembly of monks.
28. 入直 ru4zhi2, v.i., (of ministers) wait on the king or emperor.
29. 入龕 ru4kan1, v.i., (Budd.) put the body of a dead monk in monastic vault.
30. 入口 ru4kou3, n., entrance, imports: 入口稅 import duties.
31. 入寇 ru4kou4, v.t., (of foreign troops) invade (another country).
32. 入扣兒 ru4kou4er0, adj., completely engrossed, fascinated: 他看這本小說看得入扣兒 he is entirely absorbed in reading this novel.
33. 入庫 ru4ku4, v.t., (1) (formerly, of stolen goods) confiscate;
34. 入庫 ru4ku4, v.t., (2) (of newly arrived goods on board a ship) temporarily store(d) in warehouse.
35. 入流 ru4liu2, v.i., (1) pass for fashionable;
36. 入流 ru4liu2, v.i., (2) (formerly, of the official hierarchy) belong to any one of the nine grades of officials: 未入流,不入流 lower than the lowest grade;
37. 入流 ru4liu2, v.i., usu. out of the run, not qualified.
38. 入馬 ru4ma3, v.i., make progress in courtship.
39. 入梅 ru4mei2, n., coming of the rainy season in early summer (also 入霉).
40. 入門(兒) ru4men2 (ru4merer0), v.i., be initiated into a subject, know the rudiments of s.t.
41. 入迷 ru4mi2, v.i., become fascinated, enchanted, enraptured.
42. 入魔 ru4mon, v.i., (1) be completely bewitched;
43. 入魔 ru4mon, v.i., (2) go the way of the devil.
44. 入泮 ru4pan4, v.i., (LL) (formerly, of young boys) be admitted to study in a government school (泮宮).
45. 入破 ru4po4, n., (Chin. music) the finale.
46. 入山 ru4shan1, v.i., become a hermit, live the life of a recluse (opp. 出山 join government service).
47. 入射角 ru4she4jiao3, n., (physics) angle of incidence (also 投射角)
48. 入聖 ru4sheng4, v.i., attain sainthood: 超凡入聖 ditto.
49. 入聲 ru4sheng1, v., the fourth tone of a character;
50. 入聲 ru4sheng1, v., here indicated by “h”after vowel.
51. 入神 ru4shen2, adj., (1) in mental concentration;
52. 入神 ru4shen2, adj., (2) in ecstasy;
53. 入神 ru4shen2, adj., (3) (of literary or artistic works) divine, supremely great.
54. 入庠 ru4xiang2, v.i., formerly, pass the first-grade (秀才) government examination.
55. 入手 ru4shou3, n. & v.i., (1) a start;
56. 入手 ru4shou3, n. & v.i., (2) commence, get under way, start up;
57. 入手 ru4shou3, n. & v.i., (3) receive.
58. 入室 ru4shi4, phr., be admitted to the sanctum sanctorum of learning;
59. 入室 ru4shi4, phr., become real expert, specialist.
60. 入選 ru4xUan3, v.i., be qualified in a contest, selected for a job, chosen for inclusion (in an anthology, on a team, etc.).
61. 入塔 ru4ta3, v.i., (Budd.) bury a dead monk in a pagoda.
62. 人頭 ru4tou2, n.& v.i., (1) n., (Chin. opera) point where the violin comes in;
63. 人頭 ru4tou2, n.& v.i., (2) =入門 ru4men2↑.
64. 入土 ru4tu3, v.i., be buried: 入土為安 (of a dead person) be laid to rest.
65. 入味(兒) ru4wei4 (ru4weher0), adj., (1) very interesting;
66. 入味(兒) ru4wei4 (ru4weher0), adj., (2) (of food) tasteful.
67. 入闈 ru4wei21, phr., (modern usage) (of officials in charge of government examination) live incommunicado during period of examination;
68. 入闈 ru4wei21, phr., formerly, sit for a government examination;
69. 入闈 ru4wei21, phr., see 闈 52B.00.
70. 入圍 ru4wei22, v.i., (of races, beauty contests, etc.) be qualified to take part in the finals;
71. 入圍 ru4wei22, v.i., enter a circle, a trapped area.
72. 入伍 ru4wu3, v.i., become a cadet, be enlisted.
73. 入眼 ru4yan3, adj., pleasing to the eye, hence desirable.
74. 入院 ru4yUan4, v.i., (1) (of a sick person) be hospitalized;
75. 入院 ru4yUan4, v.i., (2) (Budd.) be committed to a temple at birth.
76. 入月 ru4yUe4, n., (1) the period of menstruation;
77. 入月 ru4yUe4, n., (2) (LL) another name for the menses.

Num. Index: 81.81     ㄘㄨㄥˊ cong2    . [Var. of 從 91B.83]

Num. Index: 81.81     ㄓㄨㄥˋ zhong4    . [Abbr. of 眾 91.02]

Num. Index: 81.81     ㄑㄧㄢ qian1    .
Adj. & adv.Unanimous, together (of a large group of persons): 僉謀 together plan to;
僉議 all discuss together;
僉同如一 it was unanimously agreed, there was not a dissenting voice.
Words1. 僉壬 qian2ren2, n., (AC) a despicable (mean) person (opp. 君子 a gentleman, a man of culture).
2. 僉事 qian1shi4, n., formerly, title of lower-class secretary in government office.

Num. Index: 81.83     ㄊㄨˊ tu2    .
N.Journey;
road, path: 路途 journey;
途中,途次 (meet, etc.) on the way;
沿途 along the road, during the journey;
旅途 travel (abroad);
歸途 return journey;
仕途,宦途 official career;
前途 prospect;
前途遠大 (渺茫) great (dim) prospect, (of person) great career ahead;
老馬識途 knowkedge of a vetean;
長途跋涉 long and arduous journey;
半途而廢 abandon (project) midway.
Words1. 途徑 tu2jing4, n., path.
2. 途路 tu2lu4, n., (rare)=路途 journey, path.

Num. Index: 81.83     ㄩˊ yU2    . [Usu. printed逾]
V.t.To pass, exceed (time limit), pass over 逾垣,逾牆 climb over wall;
逾矩,see 踰矩 40B.00.
Prep.Over: 逾月,逾年 over a month, a year.
Words1. 逾期 yU2chi2, phr., past time limit, overdue.
2. 逾額 yU2e4, phr., exeed allotted number.
3. 逾分 yU2fen4, adj., beyond what is due: 逾分的要求 exorbitant demands.
4. 逾過 yU2guo4, v.i., pass over, exceed.
5. 逾恆 yU2heng2, adv., more than usual (kindness, etc.).
6. 逾限 yU2xian4, phr., exceed the limit or quota.
7. 逾越 yU2yUe4, v.t., to exceed, go beyond: 逾越權限 exceed one's powers;
8. 逾越 yU2yUe4, 逾越尋常 go beyond the usual (courtesy, etc.)

Num. Index: 81.93     ㄩˊ yU2    . [Printed form of 俞 81.00]

Num. Index: 81A.00-1     ㄅㄛˊ bo2    .
N.(1) (AC) large bell.
(2) (AC) small hoe.

Num. Index: 81A.00-1     ㄓㄨˋ zhu4    .
V.t.To cast metals: 鑄造 cast (bell, statues);
鑄錢,鑄幣 to mint coins;
鑄字模 to cast type;
matrix from which lead type is cast;
陶鑄人才 to mold character;
鑄成,鑄就 cast into;
鑄成大錯 make a permanent mistake, to make grave mistake;
鑄山煮海 mining and making salt by distilling sea water.
Words1. 鑄模 zhu4mo2, n., mold for casting, matrix.
2. 鑄鐵 zhu4tie3, n., cast iron;
3. 鑄鐵 zhu4tie3, n., pig iron.

Num. Index: 81A.00-1     ㄑㄧˊ chi2    .
N.(AC) (1) a kind of cooking pot.
(2) A kind of drill or chisel.

Num. Index: 81A.00-2     ㄅㄛˊ bo2    . [Interch. 鎛]

Num. Index: 81A.00-2     ㄑㄧㄤ qiang1    .
Adj.Descriptive of jangling, jingling sound (of jade, etc.).

Num. Index: 81A.00-2     ㄓㄠ zhao1    .
V.i. & t.(1) to cut out (flesh).
(2) To strive.

Num. Index: 81A.00-3     ㄌㄧㄠˇ liao3    .
N.(Chem.) ruthenium.

Num. Index: 81A.00-3     ㄉㄧㄥ ding1         (*ㄉㄧㄥˋ ding4    ).
N.(ding1zi0) A nail: 鐵釘 iron nail;
圖畫釘 thumbtack;
螺絲釘 screw;
螺旋釘 bolt;
鍋釘 rivet;
大方釘 spike;
眼中釘 (fig.) thorn on one's side, person hated.
V.t.(1) Follow, trail, pursue closely and persistently: 死釘住他 follow person closely (like private detective); watch one particular opponent (as in basketball);
question exhaustively: 釘問.
(2) (*ding4) To nail down, put nail in: 釘釘子 *ding4ding1zi0, drive nail;
釘馬掌 nail horseshoe;
釘鈕子 sew button on;
釘死 nail fast;
釘劈了 *ding4pi1le, cause a split while nailing, cross-question into silence.
Words1. 釘疽 ding1jU1, n., boil, see 疔 瘡 61A.00.
2. 釘坑兒 ding1keng1er0, adv., steadily. 你釘坑兒看我作什麼 why do you stare at me?
3. 釘鞋 ding1xie2, n., spiked shoes.
4. 釘子 ding1zi0, n., nail;
5. 釘子 ding1zi0, n., 碰釘子 get a rebuff, usu. at the hand of superior.

Num. Index: 81A.00-3     ㄎㄜ ke1    .
N.(Chem.) niobium (also translit. 鈮) (formerly called columbium).

Num. Index: 81A.00-3     ㄚˋ a4    .
N.(Chem.) actinium.

Num. Index: 81A.00-3     ㄒㄧㄥˊ xing2    .
N.(AC) an anc. bronze tripod with two ears for holding soup.

Num. Index: 81A.00-4     ㄓㄚˊ zha2    .
N.A sickle for cutting grass or hay.

Num. Index: 81A.00-4     ㄉㄜˊ de2    .
N.(Chem.) technetium (also translit. 鎝).

Num. Index: 81A.00-5     ㄇㄣˊ men2    .
N.(Chem.) mendelevium.

Num. Index: 81A.00-5     ㄎㄞ kai1    .
N.(Chem.) californium.

Num. Index: 81A.00-5     ㄐㄧㄢˇ jian3         (*ㄐㄧㄢˋ jian4    ).
N.(1) A kind of anc. weapon.
(2) (*jian4) Iron protection for wheel axle.

Num. Index: 81A.00-5     ㄌㄢˊ lan2    .
N.(Chem.) lanthanum.

Num. Index: 81A.00-8     ㄗㄨㄣ zun1    .
N.The cone-shaped bronze buttend of a spear.

Num. Index: 81A.00-8     ㄋㄚˊ na2    .
N.(Chim.) neptunium (also translit. 錼).

Num. Index: 81A.00-8     ㄊㄡ tou1    . [Usu. printed □]
N.(AC) copper (modn. 黃銅).

Num. Index: 81A.00-9     ㄓㄥ zheng1    .
Adj.Tinkling,ding-dong (metallic noise): 錚鏦,錚□ (LL) ditto.
Words1. 錚錚 zheng1zheng1, n. & adj., fine timber;
2. 錚錚 zheng1zheng1, n. & adj., 錚錚嚮 make a clear metallic sound;
3. 錚錚 zheng1zheng1, n. & adj., 鐵中錚錚 (庸中佼佼) outstanding person among mediocrity.

Num. Index: 81A.01-1     ㄓㄨ zhu1    .
N.An anc. weight measure, now one-forty-eighth of an ounce;
(fig.) a minuscule, diminutive amount: 錙銖必較 fight over the smallest trifles;
銖兩相稱 exactly equal;
銖積寸累 let small amounts accumulate.

Num. Index: 81A.01-1     ㄌㄧㄢˋ lian4    . [Cf. 練usu. interch. in sense of “practice”and 煉 “harden by fire”]
N.Chain (var. 鏈 81A.83): 錶鍊 watch chain;
脖鍊 necklace;
鐵鍊 iron chain;
金鍊 gold chain;
拉鍊 zipper.
V.i. & t.To work metal by fire: 鍊鋼 make steel from iron;
鍊金術 (Taoist) alchemy, transmutation of gold;
鍛煉, 磨鍊 build up character through hardships;
鍊石補天 (myth.) the goddess 女媧 melted a rock to mend sky after it was cracked during a battle, (fig.) have supernatural power to remedy situation.
Adj.Refined, matured, treated (see 煉91D.01).
Words1. 鍊句 lian4jU4, phr., shape a sentence with carful choice of words.
2. 鍊字 lian4zi4, phr., to practice calligraphy.

Num. Index: 81A.01-1     ㄌㄞˊ lai2    .
N.(Chem.) rhenium.

Num. Index: 81A.01-1     ㄋㄞˋ nai4    .
N.(Chem.) neptunium.

Num. Index: 81A.01-1     ㄌㄧㄠˊ liao2         (ㄌㄧㄠˋ liao4    ).
N.(1) Shackles: 手銬腳鐐 handcuffs and shackles.
(2) Fine silver.
(3) Oven with opening.

Num. Index: 81A.01-3     ㄅㄧㄠ biao1    .
N.(1) Spearhead, short piece of iron thrown at enemy by hand, also called 飛鏢.
(2) In comb. 保鏢 bodyguard.
Words1. 鏢鎗(槍) biao1qiang1, n., javelin, spear.
2. 鏢局 biao1jU2, n., professional firm furnishing armed escort.
3. 鏢客 biao1ke4, n., armed escort, bodyguard (professional), (also wr. 鑣).

Num. Index: 81A.01-4     ㄎㄜˋ ke4    .
N.(1) Silver or gold ingot.
(2) 錁子 ke4zi0, (Chin. opera) acrobatic jump landing on back.

Num. Index: 81A.01-6     ㄔㄚˇ cha3    .
N.Coll. name for cymbals.

Num. Index: 81A.01-9     ㄋㄧㄝˋ nie4    .
N.(Chem.) nickel.

Num. Index: 81A.01-9     ㄕㄨㄛˋ shou4    .
V.t.(1) To melt: 鑠石流金 intense heat enough to melt stone and metals;
to melt away, erode.
(2) Interch. 爍 to shine, 91D.01.

Num. Index: 81A.02-1     ㄅㄧㄠˇ biao3    . [Cf. 表 10.02]
N.(Pop. of 表) watch: 跑錶 stop watch;
手錶 wrist watch;
鐘錶 clock (oft. wr. 表).

Num. Index: 81A.02-2     ㄐㄩˋ jU4    .
N.An anc. bell-shaped musical instrument.

Num. Index: 81A.02-4     ㄏㄨㄢˊ huan2    .
N.A metal ring.

Num. Index: 81A.02-5     ㄧㄣˊ yin2    .
N.(Chem.) silver;
money: 銀子,銀兩 yin2zi0, yin2liang3↓;
銀本位 silver standard of currency;
銀杯 silver cup.
Adj.Silver or powdery grey color: referring to the Milky Way: 銀河,銀漢 yin2he2, yin2han4↓;
referring to the moon: 銀ヾA銀兔 yin2gou1, yin2tu3↓;
referring to color: 銀灰,銀紅 yin2hui1, yin2hong2↓.
Words1. 銀幣 yin2bi4, n., silver coins or currency.
2. 銀錢 yin2qian2, n., money in gen.
3. 銀鞘 yin2qiao4, n., a wooden box for silver ingots.
4. 銀錠(兒) yin2ding4(er0), n., silver ingots.
5. 銀耳 yin2er3, n., “silver mush-room,”a colorless tree fungus--a delicacy.
6. 銀粉 yin2fen3, n., silver powder;
7. 銀粉 yin2fen3, n., adj., lightish grey.
8. 銀釭 yin2gang1, n.,(poet.) a lamp.
9. 銀根 yin2gen1, n., the money market (is tight, etc.).
10. 銀 yin2gou1, phr., (LL) the crescent moon (“silver hook”).
11. 銀櫃 yin2gui4, n., a safe (for money).
12. 銀海 yin2hai3, n., the movie world (from 銀幕 yin2mu4↓).
13. 銀漢 yin2han4, n., the Milky Way.
14. 銀行 yin2hang2, n., a bank;
15. 銀行 yin2hang2, n., 銀行結單 bank statement;
16. 銀行 yin2hang2, n., 銀行提存準備 bank reserve.
17. 銀號 yin2hao4, n., formerly, a money shop, exchange shop.
18. 銀河 yin2he2, n., the Milky Way;
19. 銀河 yin2he2, n., see also yin2han4↑.
20. 銀花 yin2hua1, n., (1) icicles;
21. 銀花 yin2hua1, n., (2) snow flakes;
22. 銀花 yin2hua1, n., (3) the honeysuckle.
23. 銀黃 yin2huang21, phr., (1) (LL) silver and gold;
24. 銀黃 yin2huang21, phr., (2) (AC) gold or silver official seal.
25. 銀潢 yin2huang22, n., (LL) the Milky Way.
26. 銀灰 yin2hui1, adj., silver grey in color.
27. 銀婚 yin2hun1, n., silver wedding anniversary.
28. 銀紅 yin2hong2, adj., pale rose color.
29. 銀甲 yin2jia3, n., silver finger cap worn for pulcking stringed instrument.
30. 銀角 yin2jiao3, n., silver dime.
31. 銀價 yin2jia4, n., price of silver.
32. 銀匠 yin2jiang4 (yin2jiang0), n., a silversmith.
33. 銀硃 yin2zhu1 (yin2zhu0), n. & adj., cinnabar, mercuric sulfide, used as bright red pigment.
34. 銀燭 yin2zhu2, n., bright candle.
35. 銀兩 yin2liang3, n., silver as currency and counted by taels: 三十銀兩 thirty taels of silver.
36. 銀樓 yin2lou2, n., a dealer in silverware.
37. 銀幕 yin2mu4, n., the movie screen.
38. 銀票 yin2piao4, n., formerly, a money order, with amount stated in taels of silver.
39. 銀色 yin2se4, n., the grade of silver in coins;
40. 銀色 yin2se4, n., 銀色世界 screen world.
41. 銀線草 yin2xian4cao3, n., (bot.) chloranthus japonicus.
42. 銀杏 yin2xing4, n., the gingko tree (also called 白果, esp. the edible fruit).
43. 銀水 yin2shui3, n., discount on account of difference of silver content in coins.
44. 銀兔 yin2tu3, phr., (poet.) the moon (with purported image of rabbit on it).
45. 銀子 yin2zi0, n., money, amount (when it was customary to reckon in silver taels rather than dollars): 三千兩銀子 3000 taels of silver.
46. 銀洋 yin2yang2, n., dollar, see also yin2yUan2↓.
47. 銀元(圓) yin2yUan2, n., silver dollar.
48. 銀魚 yin2yU2, n., the silverfish;
49. 銀魚 yin2yU2, n., also formerly, a decoration of official rank.

Num. Index: 81A.02-6     ㄧˇ yi3    .
N.(Chem.) iridium.

Num. Index: 81A.02-6     ㄞˋ ai4    .
N.(Chem.) einsteinium (also translit. 鑀,).

Num. Index: 81A.02-6     ㄒㄧㄤ xiang1    .
V.t.(1) To inset with (gold, jade), inlay as decoration;
(fig.) caught in predicament: 鑲住了 find oneself in situation difficult to extricate from.
(2) To fill (tooth): 鑲牙.
(3) To make a patch on: 鑲補 xiang1bu3↓.
(4) To line with a border: 鑲旗 xiang1chi2↓.
Words1. 鑲邊 xiang1bian1, v.t., (1) to rim with lace, border, tassels,etc.;
2. 鑲邊 xiang1bian1, v.t., (2) see 喝 邊兒 40A.50.
3. 鑲補 xiang1bu3, v.t., to make a decorative square patch on mandarin gown;
4. 鑲補 xiang1bu3, n., such embroidered squares.
5. 鑲嵌 xiang1qian4, v.t., to inset (with jade, pearl, etc.).
6. 鑲旗 xiang1chi2, n., some of the eight Manchu armies, which had colored borders on their banners, as dist. those with solid colors.
7. 鑲工 xiang1gong1, n., artisan engaged in making insets on jewelry.
8. 鑲牙 xiang1ya2, n., refilled tooth;
9. 鑲牙 xiang1ya2, n., v.i., to have a tooth filled.

Num. Index: 81A.02-6     ㄌㄤˊ lang2    .
Words1. 鋃鐺 lang2dang1, n., (1) chains for prisoners: 鋃鐺下獄 be thrown into prison;
2. 鋃鐺 lang2dang1, n., (2) tinkling of bells.

Num. Index: 81A.02-6     ㄐㄧㄚ jia1    .
N.(Chem.) gallium.

Num. Index: 81A.02-9     ㄌㄨˋ lu4    .
N.(1) Record, selections: 筆錄, records (of speeches);
記錄,紀錄 conference proceedings;
實錄 record of proceedings, journal of daily doings of emperor;
factual records;
語錄 sayings of masters;
言行錄 sayings and personal stories of eminent men;
同學錄 register of alumni;
人名錄 biographical directory;
list of persons;
嘉言錄 famous quotations or sayings.
(2) A surname.
V.t.(1) To record, register: 紀(記)錄 record (proceedings, minutes of meeting, confessions at court, etc.);
to make tape recording, see 錄音 lu4yin1↓;
錄口供 to take a statement or testimony in writing.
(2) To copy, make copy: 抄錄,錄副張 make copy;
錄下來 put down in writing.
(3) To select: 摘錄 make digest, make selections from (longer work);
錄取,錄用 lu4qU3, lu4yong4↓.
Words1. 錄取 lu4qU3, v.t., to select from candidates, pass examinee, admit student to college.
2. 錄事 lu4shi4, n., an office clerk.
3. 錄影機 lu4ying3ji1, n., video tape recorder.
4. 錄音 lu4yin1, v.i., to record voice or sound;
5. 錄音 lu4yin1, v.i., 錄音機 voice or tape recorder;
6. 錄音 lu4yin1, v.i., 錄音帶 recording tape.
7. 錄用 lu4yong4, v.t., to give post to (selected candidate).

Num. Index: 81A.10-1     ㄓㄣ zhen1    .
N.(1) Needle: 針線 zhen1xian4↓;
Z(花)針 fine needle for embroidery;
絨線針 darning or knitting needle;
心如針扎 feel greatly distressed (“like heart pricks”);
針鋒相對, see 針鋒 zhen1feng1↓.
(2) A pin, tack, etc.: 別針 a pin;
大頭針 thumbtack;
錶針 hour and minute hands of watch;
時針,分針,秒針 hour, minute and second hands of clock or watch;
羅盤針 compass needle.
(3) Injection: 打針 have an injection;
針劑 medicine for injection.
(4) Acupuncture: 金針;
針砭,針灸 zhen1bian1, zhen1jiu3↓;
針科 zhen1ke1↓.
V.t.To prick skin in injection or acupuncture.
Words1. 針砭 zhen1bian1, (1) n., acupuncture;
2. 針砭 zhen1bian1, (2) v.t., (fig.) give painful but much needed advice.
3. 針鼻兒 zhen1bie2er0, n., the eye of a needle.
4. 針車 zhen1che1, n., (sl.) sewing machine.
5. 針對 zhen1dueh, v.t., point exactly against (fact, argument).
6. 針鋒 zhen1feng1, n., point of needle: 針鋒相對 two sides of argument match point by point.
7. 針箍(兒) zhen1gu1(er0), n., thimble (also called 頂針兒).
8. 針氈 zhen1zhan1, n., “cushion of needles”: 如坐針氈 in uncomfortable position.
9. 針尖兒 zhen1jia1er0, n., fine or minute point.
10. 針腳 zhen1jiao0, n., length between stitches, or alignment.
11. 針芥 zhen1jie4, n., magnet point and minute filings: 針芥相投 attracted to each other.
12. 針灸 zhen1jiu3, n., acupuncture.
13. 針□ zhen1zhi3, n., fine needlework.
14. 針科 zhen1ke1, n., acupuncture as a branch of medicine.
15. 針路 zhen1lu4, n., compass course in navigation.
16. 針芒 zhen1mang2, n., fine or minute point.
17. 針砂 zhen1sha1, n., iron dust from grinding of needle point, used in Chin. medicine (also called 鐵針砂).
18. 針線 zhen1xian4, n., (1) needle and thread;
19. 針線 zhen1xian4, n., (fig.) clues or threads in detective work;
20. 針線 zhen1xian4, n., (2) (zhen1xian0) needlework in gen.: 針線活 needlewoman's work.
21. 針形葉 zhen1xing2ye4, n., (bot.) needle-shaped leaves (as in pine needle).
22. 針眼 zhen1yan3, n., (1) eye of a needle;
23. 針眼 zhen1yan3, n., (2) (zhen1yan0) slight swelling of follicle in eyelid.

Num. Index: 81A.10-1     ㄅㄛ bo1    . [Pop. 缽]
N.(Budd.) monk's alms-bowl.

Num. Index: 81A.10-3     ㄦˇ er3    .
N.(Chem.) erbium.

Num. Index: 81A.10-3     ㄋㄧㄝˋ nie4    .
N.(1) (nie4zi0) Tweezers, pincers, forceps.
(2) A hairpin.
V.t.To extract (s.t.) or pick up with pincers, etc.

Num. Index: 81A.10-4     ㄏㄢˋ han4    .
V.i. & t.To solder, weld.
Words1. 銲接 han4jie1, n., soldered joint.
2. 銲藥 han4yao4, n., solder, flux.

Num. Index: 81A.10-4     ㄉㄨㄛˊ duo2    .
N.Big bell: 木鐸 bell with wooden clapper, said of Confucius that he was like a clarion call to his times;
hence 木鐸 refers to teacher's profession;
鐸安 (incorrespondence, LL) greeting for “teacher's health.”

Num. Index: 81A.10-6     ㄒㄧㄣ xin1    .
N.(Chem.) zinc: 鋅礦 zinc ores.
Words1. 鋅版 xin1ban3, n., zinc plate.
2. 鋅白 xin1bai2, n., (chem.) zinc white, zinc oxide used as white pigment.
3. 鋅華 xin1hua2, n., (1) ditto;
4. 鋅華 xin1hua2, n., (2) hydrozincite.

Num. Index: 81A.10-9     ㄈㄥ feng1    .
N.(1) Sharp point, blade: 刀鋒,劍鋒 sharp point, edge of knife, sword;
筆鋒 point of pen;
cutting power of one's pen;
針鋒相對 the two sides meet squarely on issue in argument.
(2) (Fig.) weapons: 交鋒 “cross swords.”
(3) Troops in battle: 前鋒,先鋒 (隊) spearhead of army;
開路先鋒 pioneer (in art, etc.), trail blazer.
Adj.Sharp: 鋒銳,鋒利 feng1rui4, feng1li4↓.
Words1. 鋒鏑 feng1di2, n., (spearhead and arrowhead) weapons: 鋒鏑交加 in close combat.
2. 鋒利 feng1li4, adj., sharp.
3. 鋒芒(鋩) feng1mang2, n., the fine edge of spear or lance: 鋒芒太露 too trenchant in style, (full of barbs), fail to show restraint;
4. 鋒芒(鋩) feng1mang2, n., 鋒芒毫髮之事 trivial matters.
5. 鋒刃 feng1ren4, n., tip of lance and bayonet, thick of battle.
6. 鋒銳 feng1rui4, n. & adj., attacking power;
7. 鋒銳 feng1rui4, n. & adj., sharp.

Num. Index: 81A.11-1     ㄊㄨˊ tu2    .
N.(Chem.) thorium.

Num. Index: 81A.11-2     ㄍㄨㄢˋ guan4    .
N.A jar.

Num. Index: 81A.11-2     ㄘㄨㄛˋ cuo4    .
N.A carpenter's file: 銼刀.
V.t.To file even (also u.f. 挫 10A.11).

Num. Index: 81A.11-2     ㄊㄤ tang1    .
N.鏜鏜 noise of drums, other loud noises.

Num. Index: 81A.11-3     ㄩˋ yU4    .
N.Hard gold.

Num. Index: 81A.11-4     ㄌㄨㄛˊ luo2    .
N.A gong: 鑼鼓 gong and drum;
鳴鑼 strike the gong.

Num. Index: 81A.11-4     ㄌㄧˇ li3    .
N.(Chem.) lithium, the lightest known metal.

Num. Index: 81A.11-5     ㄎㄥ keng1    .
Words1. 鏗鏘 keng1chang1, n. & adj., jangling of metal or jade instruments.

Num. Index: 81A.11-6     ㄔㄢˇ chan3    .
N.(chan3zi0, er0) A shovel, trowel.
V.t.(Interch. 剷 60S.00) to pare down.

Num. Index: 81A.11-6     ㄓㄨㄥ zhong1    . [Dist. 鍾]
N.(1) (zhong1er0) A bell: 鐘樓 bell tower;
打鐘,敲鐘 strike bell;
晨鐘暮鼓 matin bells and vesper drums.
(2) A clock: 時鐘 clock;
自鳴鐘 formerly, clock;
電鐘 electric clock;
鐘表 clocks and watches;
鐘表行 clock shop;
鬧鐘 alarm clock;
掛鐘 wall clock.
Words1. 鐘擺 zhong1bai3, n., clock pendulum.
2. 鐘點(兒) zhong1dian3 (zhong1diaaer0), n., hour, time of the day.
3. 鐘鼎 zhong1ding3, n., (the study of) bronze inscriptions on early bells and tripods: 鐘鼎文 bronze script, roughly of Shang and Jou Dyns.
4. 鐘乳 zhong1ru3, n., (石鐘乳)stalactites and stalagmites.
5. 鐘頭 zhong1tou0, n., hour: 幾個鐘頭 how many hours?

Num. Index: 81A.11-8     ㄑㄩㄢˊ qUan2    .
V.t.(1) To weigh.
(2) To select officials by certain standards: 銓擇,銓取 select (officials) by qualifications;
考銓 to examine officials'work or knowledge.
Words1. 銓衡 qUan2heng2, v.t., to measure, compare and select talents for government.
2. 銓選 qUan2xUan3, v.t., to grade qualifications and select officials.
3. 銓x qUan2xU4, v.t., ditto;
4. 銓x qUan2xU4, qualification and appointment (placement);
5. 銓x qUan2xU4, 銓x部 ministry of personnel.

Num. Index: 81A.11-9     ㄓㄨㄥ zhong1    . [Dist. 鐘]
N.(1) (AC) u.f. 鐘 81A.11.
(2) An anc. measure (of grain) defined as 64 斗 (dou3).
(3) A wine goblet.
(4) A surname.
V.i. & t.(1) To love, cherish: 鍾愛,鍾情 zhong1ai4, zhong1qing2↓.
(2) To impregnate with: 鍾天地靈氣 impregnated with the fine spirits of the universe-resulting in producing of talents or beauties.
(3) (AC) to gather: 情之所鍾 when the love is concentrated on one person.
Words1. 鍾愛 zhong1ai4, v.i., fail in love with (girl): 鍾愛於她.
2. 鍾情 zhong1qing2, v.i., fall in love: 一見鐘情 love at first sight.
3. 鍾馗 zhong1kui2, n., (pop. myth.) person reputed for subjugating demons.

Num. Index: 81A.11-9     ㄔㄨㄟˊ chui2    .
N.(1) A metal ball with a chain, used as weapon: 銅鍾,鐵錘 copper, iron ball.
(2) The weight on a steelyard.
V.t.To hammer into shape: 千錘百鍊 (錘鍊) form (iron utensil, poem, human character) by persistent knocking into shape.

Num. Index: 81A.11-9     ㄓㄨㄟ zhui1    .
N.(zhui1zi0) An awl, a drill: 錐處囊中 (allu.) real talent will be discovered (like awl's point which must show through pocket);
錐刀,錐尖 (AC) small trifles;
錐股 (allu.) scholar stabbed his own leg with an awl-point to keep himself from falling asleep while studying.

Num. Index: 81A.11-9     ㄏㄨㄤˊ huang2    .
N.An anc. weapon.
Adj.鍠鍠倉倉 (AC) sound of drums and bells.

Num. Index: 81A.20-1     ㄅㄣ ben1    .
N.(ben1zi0) Short axe.
Words1. 錛得兒木 ben1de1er0mu4, n., wood pecker=啄木鳥.

Num. Index: 81A.21-2     ㄇㄤˊ mang2    .
N.Edge of weapon (common form 芒).

Num. Index: 81A.21-5     ㄐㄩˋ jU4    .
N.(1) Iron, steel.
N.(2) A hook.
Adj.(Interch. 巨 51.21) great: 鉅公 jU4gong1, 鉅子 jU4zi3↓.
Adv.(U.f. 詎60A.21) how.
Words1. 鉅公 jU4gong1, n., (1) (AC) His Imperial Highness, the king;
2. 鉅公 jU4gong1, n., (2) a person of great authority, a leading personality.
3. 鉅子 jU4zi3, n., (1) an expert, a specialist;
4. 鉅子 jU4zi3, n., (2) a leader of 墨子 Motse school.

Num. Index: 81A.21-5     ㄆㄛˇ po3    .
N.(Chem.) promethium.

Num. Index: 81A.21-9     ㄔㄚˊ cha2    .
N.(1) A shovel.
(2) (Tailoring) a large pin for pinning border lines.

Num. Index: 81A.22-1     ㄅㄨˋ bu4    .
N.(Chem.) plutonium.

Num. Index: 81A.22-2     ㄓㄨㄥ zhong1    . [Abbr. of 鐘81A.11]

Num. Index: 81A.22-2     ㄆㄨˊ pu2    .
N.(Chem.) polonium.

Num. Index: 81A.22-2     ㄎㄚˇ ka3    .
N.(Chem.) californium.

Num. Index: 81A.22-2     ㄔㄨㄢˋ chuan4    .
N.Bracelet: 金釧 gold bracelet.

Num. Index: 81A.22-2     ㄒㄧㄡˋ xiu4    . [Var. 岠
N.Rust: 生鏽 to rust;
不鏽鋼 stainless steel.

Num. Index: 81A.22-3     ㄅㄨˋ bu4    .
N.(Chem.) plutonium (also translit. 鈽).

Num. Index: 81A.22-4     ㄐㄧㄚˇ jia3    .
N.(Chem.) potassium.

Num. Index: 81A.22-6     ㄌㄧㄢˊ lian2    .
N.Sickle: 鎌刀 ditto.

Num. Index: 81A.22-6     ㄉㄧˋ di4     (碲).
N.(Chem.) tellurium (碲).

Num. Index: 81A.22-6     ㄕˋ shi4    .
N.(Chem.) cerium.

Num. Index: 81A.22-8     ㄊㄧˋ ti4    .
N.(Chem.) antimony.

Num. Index: 81A.22-9     ㄧㄣˊ yin2    .
N.(AC) hollow or concave surface, opp. 鍔 a protrusion.

Num. Index: 81A.22-9     ㄐㄧㄣˇ jin3    .
N.Tapestry, embroidered work: 織錦 brocade;
錦鍛 figured satin;
錦繡 jin3xiu4↓;
錦盒 gilded box (casket);
錦囊妙計 a secret master plan;
錦上添花 be blessed with a double portion of good fortune, winning honors (successes) one after another in quick succession;
錦袍,錦衾(被)embroidered robe, coverlet;
錦帶 jin3dai4↓.
Adj.Elegant, splendid, magnificent: 錦衣玉食 live an extravagant life (“elegantly dressed and feasting on delicacies”);
衣錦還鄉 glorious homecoming after having won high honors and social recognition;
錦心繡口 (of literary style) elegant and refined.
Words1. 錦標 jin3biao1, n., championship, a trophy awarded a winner.
2. 錦帶 jin3dai4, n., an embroidered sash.
3. 錦雞 jin3ji1, n., (zoo.) a species of pheasant, phasianus pictus.
4. 錦葵 jin3kui2, n., (bot.) the Chinese mallow, malva sylvestris.
5. 錦鏽 jin3xiu4, n. & adj., (1) n., rich brocade;
6. 錦鏽 jin3xiu4, n. & adj., (2) adj., beautiful, colorful, elegant: 錦繡河山 beautiful landscape (“like brocade”).

Num. Index: 81A.30-2     ㄌㄨˊ lu2    . [Var. 爐]

Num. Index: 81A.30-2     ㄎㄞˇ kai3    .
N.Armor: 首鎧 helmet;
鐵鎧 coat of mail.
Words1. 鎧仗 kai3zhang4, n., armor and weapons.
2. 鎧甲 kairjia3, n., armor in gen.

Num. Index: 81A.30-3     ㄓㄥ zheng1    .
N.(AC) military gong used on march: 鉦鼓 gong and drum as signals for army's movement, forward or stop.

Num. Index: 81A.30-3     ㄇㄥˇ meng3    .
N.(Chem.) manganese: 錳之游子 ions of manganese.
Words1. 錳鋼 meng3gang1, n., manganese steel.
2. 錳酸鉀 meng3suan1jia3, n., (chem.) potassium manganate;
3. 錳酸鉀 meng3suan1jia3, n., 錳酸游子 manganate ion.

Num. Index: 81A.30-3     ㄉㄥˋ deng4    .
N.Stirrup.

Num. Index: 81A.30-4     ㄉㄢˋ dan4    .
N.(Chem.) tantalum.

Num. Index: 81A.30-4     ㄔㄨˊ chu2    . [Interch. 鋤81A.50]

Num. Index: 81A.30-5     ㄋㄧㄡˇ niu3    .
N.(1) Button on a dress (interch. 紐93B.30): 鈕扣 button and buttonhole;
鈕子 button.
(2) A surname.
Words1. 鈕扣 niu3kou4, n., button.
2. 鈕子 niu3zi0, n., ditto.

Num. Index: 81A.30-5     ㄐㄧㄢˋ jian4    . [Var. 鑒51.30]
N.(1) A looking glass, a mirror.
(2) An example, a precept: 鑑戒 jian4jie4↓;
殷鑑(不遠)past examples serving as a warning to later generations (are not far to seek);
前車之鑑 take warning from s.o. else's failure.
(3) History as a mirror of past events: “通鑑,” “綱鑑” “A General History,” “An Outline History”;
年鑑 a yearbook.
V.t.(1) To reflect or mirror: 光可鑑人 (of flat surface) so shining and bright that it can serve as a looking glass.
(2) Scrutinize, examine, inspect: 鑑別 jian4bie2, 鑑察 jian4cha2, 鑑賞 jian4shang3, 鑑核 jian4he2, 鑑定 jian4ding4↓;
(interch. 鑒)as in 臺鑒,明鑒,勛鑒,大鑒,惠鑒 (in letters to friends) polite expressions used in the salutation.
Words1. 鑑別 jian4bie2, v.t., appraise, evaluate, pass judgement on.
2. 鑑察 jian4cha2, v.t., inspect, examine.
3. 鑑定 jian4ding4, v.t., expertize, appraise by experts;
4. 鑑定 jian4ding4, v.t., authenticate.
5. 鑑核 jian1he2, v.t., scrutinize, consider, look into.
6. 鑑戒 jian4jie4, n., a past example of failure serving as warning.
7. 鑑賞 jian4shang3, v.t., (of literary or artistic works) enjoy, appreciate as connoisseur.

Num. Index: 81A.30-8     ㄧˋ yi4    .
N.Anc. measure of gold, 20 or 24 ounces.

Num. Index: 81A.32-4     ㄌㄨㄛˊ luo2    . [Abbr. of 鑼 81A.11]

Num. Index: 81A.32-8     ㄑㄧㄢˊ qian2    .
N. & v.i.(AC) official seal, to stamp.
Words1. 鈐章 qian2zhang1, n., official stamp.
2. 鈐鍵 qian2jian4, n., (=關鍵)critical turning point.
3. 鈐記 qian2ji4, n., official stamp;
4. 鈐記 qian2ji4, n., v.i., to stamp document with official seal.
5. 鈐印 qian2yin4, n., ditto.

Num. Index: 81A.40-1     ㄍㄨ gu1    .
N.(Chem.) cobalt.

Num. Index: 81A.40-1     ㄍㄠˋ gao4    .
N.(Chem.) zirconium.

Num. Index: 81A.40-2     ㄊㄚˇ ta3    .
N.(Chem.) technetium (also translit. □).

Num. Index: 81A.40-2     ㄖㄨㄛˋ ruo4    .
N.(Chem.) nobelium.

Num. Index: 81A.40-4     ㄎㄡˋ kou4    .
N.(kou4zi0, kou4er0) Button, knot, buckle;
see 扣 10A.40.

Num. Index: 81A.40-4     ㄌㄩˇ lU3    .
N.(Chem.) aluminium.

Num. Index: 81A.40-4     ㄑㄧㄢ qian1    .
N.(Chem.) lead: 鉛淚 a torrent of tears, tears flowing like molten lead;
a more plausible explanation, tears mixed with make-up, see 鉛白 qian1bo2 (white) and 鉛黛 qian1dai4 (black)↓.
Words1. 鉛版(板) qian1ban3, n., (1) lead sheet;
2. 鉛版(板) qian1ban3, n., (2) type plate used in printing.
3. 鉛筆 qian1bi3, n., (1) pencil;
4. 鉛筆 qian1bi3, n., (2) lead used for writing in anc. China, see qian1huang2, qian1qian4↓.
5. 鉛玻璃 qian1bo1li0, n., flint glass.
6. 鉛白 qian1bo2, n., (chem.) white lead.
7. 鉛槧 qian1qian4, n., set-up for wood block printing (鉛 used in writing; 槧 a block to be cut).
8. 鉛球 qian1qiu2, n., (athletics) the metal cast ball used in shotput.
9. 鉛垂線 qian1chui2xian4, n., (nautical) lead line, a sounding line.
10. 鉛黛 qian1dai4, n., cosmetics ingen., facial make-up (like eyepencil)
11. 鉛丹 qian1dan1, n., (1) lead oxide as coloring material;
12. 鉛丹 qian1dan1, n., (2) mercuric oxide used as pigment and in cosmetics.
13. 鉛刀 qian1dao1, n., a dull knife.
14. 鉛鈍 qian1dun4, adj., dull (like a blunted knife).
15. 鉛粉 qian1fen3, n., lead powder used in cosmetics.
16. 鉛汞 qian1gong3, n., lead and mercury (used in anc. alchemy).
17. 鉛華 qian1hua2, n., see qian1fen3↑.
18. 鉛黃 qian1huang2, n., work of editing, correcting and blotting out passages (鉛 used in marking lines, and 雌黃 or yellow ochre used for blotting out).
19. 鉛礦 qian1kuang4, n., lead ores.
20. 鉛駑 qian1nu2, phr., (LL from 鉛刀駑馬) inferior talent, see qian1dao1↑.
21. 鉛素 qian1su4, n., (LL) pen and paper (素=white paper).
22. 鉛絲 qian1si1, n., zinc-covered wire.
23. 鉛條 qian1tiao2, n., (1) thin strip of graphite in pencils;
24. 鉛條 qian1tiao2, n., (2) printer's lead or lead strips;
25. 鉛條 qian1tiao2, n., (3) lead wire.
26. 鉛鐵 qian1tie3, n., (1) zincplated iron;
27. 鉛鐵 qian1tie3, n., (2) lead or lead alloy.
28. 鉛子兒 qian1tzeeer0, n., bullets.
29. 鉛字 qian1zi4, n., lead type, printing type.
30. 鉛印 qian1yin4, n., printing from lead type.

Num. Index: 81A.40-5     ㄐㄩˋ jU4         (*ㄐㄩ jU1    ).
N.A saw: 刀鋸 anc. instruments of punishment for cutting and maiming;
鋼鋸 a steel saw;
鋼絲鋸 a coping saw;
拉鋸戰 a seesaw battle.
V.t.(1) To cut with a saw: 鋸斷 to saw asunder;
鋸開 to saw in two.
(*jU1) Mend (crockery).
Words1. 鋸扯 jU4che3, (1) v.i., be irresolute, waver, vacillate;
2. 鋸扯 jU4che3, (2) v.t., to cut with a blunt knife.
3. 鋸齒 jU4chi3, n., the teeth of a saw.
4. 鋸子 *jU1zi0, n., a saw.
5. 鋸碗兒的 *jU1wa3er0de0, n., a pedlar who mends crockery.

Num. Index: 81A.40-6     ㄖㄨㄥˊ rong2    . [Var. 熔]
N.A mold for casting: 上之化下,下之從上,猶金之在鎔 the relationship between the ruler and the ruled is like the shaping of molten ore in a mold.
V.t.Smelt, fuse (largely interch. 溶): 鎔冶 melt (ore);
鎔銷 ditto;
鎔化 rong2hua4↓;
鎔解 rong2jie3↓.
Words1. 鎔點 rong2dian3, n., (phys.) the melting point (also 鎔融度).
2. 鎔度 rong2du4, n., ditto.
3. 鎔化 rong2hua4, v.i. & t., melt, fuse, (cause to) become liquid through heating.
4. 鎔解 rong2jie3, v.i. & t., ditto.
5. 鎔劑 rong2ji4, n., melting agent.
6. 鎔金鍋 rong2jin1guo1, n., a crucible, a melting pot (also 坩堝).
7. 鎔融 rong2rong2, v.i. & t., =鎔解 rong2jie3↑.
8. 鎔岩 rong2yan2, n., (geol.) lava when solidified into rocks.

Num. Index: 81A.40-6     ㄅㄟˇ bei3    .
N.(Chem.) berkelium (also translit. □).

Num. Index: 81A.40-8     ㄏㄜˊ he2    .
N.(Chem.) hafnium.

Num. Index: 81A.40-8     ㄑㄧㄤ qiang1    .
N.Small arms, gun, pistol (interch. 槍): 手槍 pistol;
毛瑟鎗 Mauser rifle or pistol;
機關槍 machine gun;
鳥鎗 fowling piece, shotgun;
步鎗 rifle;
噴火鎗 flame thrower;
信號鎗 gun signal, signal gun.
Words1. 鎗靶 qiang1ba31, n., shooting range.
2. 鎗把 qiang1ba32, n., stock of gun.
3. 鎗彈 qiang1dan4, n., bullet.
4. 鎗桿(兒) qiang1gan3 (qiang1ga3er0), n., (1) gun barrel;
5. 鎗桿(兒) qiang1gan3 (qiang1ga3er0), n., (2) gen. term for rifle (cf. 筆桿writing brush, the pen).
6. 鎗口 qiang1kou3, n., gun muzzle.
7. 鎗榴彈 qiang1liu2dan4, n., grenade fired from rifle.
8. 鎗身 qiang1shen1, n., gun barrel.
9. 鎗手 qiang1shou3, n., gunman;
10. 鎗手 qiang1shou3, n., substitute writer (exam.).
11. 鎗膛 qiang1tang2, n., gun barrel.
12. 鎗刺 qiang1ci4, n., rifle and bayonet;
13. 鎗刺 qiang1ci4, n., bayonet.
14. 鎗托 qiang1tuo1, n., gun stock.
15. 鎗筒 qiang1tong3, n., gun barrel.
16. 鎗子(兒) qiang1zi3 (qiang1tzeeer0), n., bullet.
17. 鎗眼 qiang1yan3, n., (1) gun hole (for firing, or made by bullet);
18. 鎗眼 qiang1yan3, n., (2) gun muzzle.

Num. Index: 81A.40-9     ㄒㄧㄢ xian1    .
N.(AC) (1) a shovel.
(2) a harpoon, forked spear for hunting big fish or turtle.
Adj.Sharp, cutting: 銛利 ditto.

Num. Index: 81A.40-9     ㄇㄧㄥˊ ming2    .
N.(1) Inscription, usu. on stone.
(2) A form of composition, a memorial piece: 墓誌銘 biographical sketch of the dead, on back of memorial tablet;
座右銘 inscribed or written maxim (as constant desk reminder).
V.t.To inscribe;
to inscribe indelibly, keep in the heart: 銘感 (不忘) remember with gratitude always;
刻骨銘心,銘肌鏤骨 (fig.) shall always remember in heart, as if inscribed on one's bones.
Words1. 銘記 ming2ji4, v.i. & t., to be engraved in one's heart, deeply impressed.
2. 銘旌 ming2jing1, n., banners displayed on funeral procession.

Num. Index: 81A.40-9     ㄍㄜˋ ge4    .
N.(Chem.) chromium.

Num. Index: 81A.40-9     ㄖㄨˊ ru2    .
N.(Chem.) rubidium.

Num. Index: 81A.41-1     ㄓㄜˇ zhe3    .
N.(Chem.) germanium.

Num. Index: 81A.41-2     ㄇㄠˊ mao2    .
N.Anchor: 下錨,拋錨 cast anchor;
also (fig.) break down on the way (of cars).

Num. Index: 81A.41-2     ㄑㄧㄢˊ qian2    . [Anc. var. 箝 92A.21]
N.(1) (qian2zi0) Pincers, pliers: 老虎鉗 wrench, wire cutters;
藥鉗 pincers for picking medical herbs;
cf. 箝 92A.41.
(2) An anc. iron collar used on prisoners;
鉗徒 such prisoner.
(3) A surname.
V.t.To compress or hold closed by force;
see compp.↓.
Words1. 鉗忌 qian2ji4, v.t., (AC) be jealous and hostile.
2. 鉗噤 qian2jin4, v.i., to shut up (mouth).
3. 鉗制 qian2zhi4, v.t., to suppress (movement, action).
4. 鉗口 qian2kou3, v.i., to shut up, refrain from airing opinions (also wr. 箝).
5. 鉗子 qian2zi0, n., (1) pincers;
6. 鉗子 qian2zi0, n., (2) (Peking coll.) earrings.

Num. Index: 81A.41-2     ㄘㄨㄛˋ cuo4    .
N.(1) (AC) grinding stone.
(2) A mistake: 是我的錯 the mistake is mine;
認錯 admit mistake;
改錯 correct mistake;
差錯 a mistake, error.
(3) A delicacy: 珍惜,山珍海錯 delicacies from land and sea.
V.t.(1) To miss opportunity: 錯過機會 ditto.
(2) (AC) to tattoo (arm. etc.)
Adj.(1) Confused, complex: 錯亂,錯雜,錯綜 cuo4luan4, cuo4za2, cuo4zong4↓.
(2) Mistaken, wrong, bad, esp. in 不錯 you are right, it is very good indeed (said of anything, food, performance, etc.);
大錯特錯 gravely mistaken;
錯計,錯 a wrong move, step;
說錯話 said s.t. which should not have been said.
Words1. 錯愛 cuo4ai4, v.i., (court.) as in 承你錯愛 have received undeserved kindness from you.
2. 錯處 cuo4chu0, n., mistake, error in commitment or conduct.
3. 錯刀 cuo4dao1, n., a file for polishing jade, etc. (properly wr. 銼刀).
4. 錯愕 cuo4e4, adj., startled, taken by surprise, upset.
5. 錯縫兒 cuo4feng4er0, n., flaw, mistake, see cuo4chu0↑.
6. 錯非 cuo4fei1, conj., (dial.) for 除 非 32A.01, except.
7. 錯怪 cuo4guai4, v.i. & t., blame wrongly (on person).
8. 錯過 cuo4guo4, (1) v.t., to miss (opportunity);
9. 錯過 cuo4guo4, (2) conj., (dial.)=除非 except.
10. 錯□ cuo4jian3, n., a mix-up in the arrangement of bamboo strips in anc. books--a textual error.
11. 錯見 cuo4jian4, n., misconception.
12. 錯覺 cuo4jUe2, n., (psych.) an illusion.
13. 錯兒 cuo4er0, n., an error in conduct or calculations: 沒有錯兒 it's decidedly a good choice or decision.
14. 錯亂 cuo4luan4, adj., confused: 神經錯亂 mentally deranged.
15. 錯落 cuo4luo4, adj., mixed-up.
16. 錯繆 cuo4miu4, n. & adj., error, erroneous.
17. 錯雜 cuo4za2, adj., mixed-up, not assorted;
18. 錯雜 cuo4za2, adj., complex (situation).
19. 錯綜 cuo4zong4, adj., complicated: 錯綜變化 constantly vary.
20. 錯誤 cuo4wu0, n., an error.
21. 錯疑 cuo4yi2, v.t., to suspect (person) wrongly.

Num. Index: 81A.41-2     ㄎㄞˇ kai3    .
N.Iron of fine quality.

Num. Index: 81A.41-2     ㄧㄡˊ you2    .
N.(Chem.) uranium.

Num. Index: 81A.41-2     ㄉㄤ dang1    .
N.(1) Flat frying pan, pan for making pancakes.
(2) Vessel with legs for heating over charcoal fire: 茶鐺,酒鐺.
Adj.Descriptive of jingling or clanging sound: 鐺鐺 dang1dang1, 鋃鐺 lang2dang1.

Num. Index: 81A.41-3     ㄌㄟˊ lei2    .
N.(1) (Chem.) radium.
(2) (AC) bottles and jars.

Num. Index: 81A.41-4     ㄉㄧㄢˋ dian4         (also ㄊㄧㄢˊ tian2    ).
N.Woman's hair ornament of gold flowers: 花鈿,鈿節 such ornaments.

Num. Index: 81A.41-4     ㄇㄨˋ mu4    .
N.(Chem.) molybdenum.

Num. Index: 81A.41-4     ㄧㄣ yin1    .
N.(Chem.) indium.

Num. Index: 81A.41-4     ㄍㄨˋ gu4    .
V.t.(1) Fill up cracks with melted metal.
(2) Imprison, confine: 禁錮 throw into prison;
錮身 to shackle a prisoner.
Adj.Chronic: 錮疾 gu4ji2↓.
Words1. 錮疾 gu4ji2, n., a chronic ailment (=痼疾 61A.41, 固^疾 41.41).
2. 錮送 gu4song4, v.t., (of prisoners) put in fetters and send away under guard.

Num. Index: 81A.41-5     ㄇㄟˊ mei2    .
N.(Chem.) americium (also translit 鋂).

Num. Index: 81A.41-8     ㄆㄨˇ pu3    .
N.(Chem.) praseodymium.

Num. Index: 81A.41-9     ㄅㄛˊ bo2    .
N.(1) Platinum.
(2) U.f. 箔 92A.41: 金鉑,錫鉑 gold leaf, tinfoil.

Num. Index: 81A.41-9      zi1    .
N.An anc. measure of weight, weighing eight ounces: 錙銖 zi1zhu1↓.
Words1. 錙銖 zi1zhu1, n., a very small amount: 錙銖計較 miserly, counting cents and pennies.

Num. Index: 81A.41-9     ㄌㄧㄡˊ liu2    .
N.(Chem.) lutecium.

Num. Index: 81A.42-1     ㄆㄨ pu1        . [See also 舖 ㄆㄨˋ pu4        , of which 鋪 pr. ㄆㄨˋ pu4    , is common permissible var.]
N.Place for sleep: 瓴Q bed;
打地鋪 sleep on the floor.
V.i. & t.(1) To spread (sand over snow).
(2) To set in order: 鋪牷A鋪坑 make the bed;
鋪路 pave road surface;
鋪滿了 has been properly covered.
(3) Set for show: 鋪陳,鋪張,鋪設 pu1chen2, pu1zhang1, pu1she4↓.
Words1. 鋪陳 pu1chen2, (1) n., beddings for travel;
2. 鋪陳 pu1chen2, (2) (pu1chen0) n., rags;
3. 鋪陳 pu1chen2, (3) v.i., arrange for effect, make display.
4. 鋪墊兒 pu1dian4 (pu1diaher0), n., cushion.
5. 鋪房 pu1fang2, v.i., a ceremony, the bride's family sending furniture and beddings for bridal chamber to groom's family (in public display) on day before wedding.
6. 鋪蓋 pu1gai4, n., gen. term for beddings: 鋪蓋捲兒 pu1gai4jyuaaer0, n., roll of beddings.
7. 鋪張 pu1zhang1, v.t., exaggerate (事實 facts): 鋪張揚厲 make things seem worse than they are;
8. 鋪張 pu1zhang1, v.t., also just exaggerate (even in praise or blame).
9. 鋪排 pu1pai0, n., decorations;
10. 鋪排 pu1pai0, n., temple employee for setting up temporary altar in street or home.
11. 鋪設 pu1she4, n., furniture and decorations;
12. 鋪設 pu1she4, n., setup.
13. 鋪首 pu1shou3, n., brass knocker.
14. 鋪x pu1xU4, v.t. & n., portray (-al).
15. 鋪位 pu1wei4, n., bunk, berth, stall.

Num. Index: 81A.42-1     ㄧㄡˇ you3    .
N.(Chem.) europium.

Num. Index: 81A.42-2     ㄒㄧㄠ xiao1    . [Closely related 消 63A.42]
V.i. & t.(1) To melt (metals): 銷金 xiao1jin1↓.
(2) Distribute in sales: 銷售 xiao1shou4↓;
銷數不大 small sales;
暢銷,滯銷 sell very well, not very well;
推銷 promote sales;
承銷 to act as sales agent.
(3) To end or close (also 消): 銷假 xiao1jia4↓;
銷案 xiao1an4↓.
(4) To consume, spend (interch. 消): 銷耗 xiao1hao4↓.
Words1. 銷案 xiao1an4, v.i., close a legal case.
2. 銷差 xiao1chai1, v.i., terminate mission.
3. 銷 xiao1chang2, n., sales market, extent of sales (big, small).
4. 銷耗 xiao1hao4, (1) n., expenditure;
5. 銷耗 xiao1hao4, (2) v.i. & t., spend, wear out, cost: 銷耗浩大 cost a great deal.
6. 銷魂 xiao1hun2, v.i., as in 黯然銷魂 “melt away soul”-be in love.
7. 銷假 xiao1jia4, v.i., terminate leave.
8. 銷金 xiao1jin1, (1) adj., gold sprinkled (paper, curtain);
9. 銷金 xiao1jin1, (2) n., 銷金窟 also 銷金窩 “where gold melts away”--house of pleasure, an expensive mistress, gambling house.
10. 銷路 xiao1lu4, n., sales: 銷路不好 the sales are small.
11. 銷行 xiao1xing2, n. & v.i., (commercial goods) sell well, badly.
12. 銷售 xiao1shou4, n. & v.i., sales;
13. 銷售 xiao1shou4, n. & v.i., sell.
14. 銷字 xiao1zi4, n., characters which are cut and pasted on scrolls of congratulation or condolence.

Num. Index: 81A.42-3     ㄍㄜˊ ge2    .
N.(Chem.) cadmium.

Num. Index: 81A.42-3     ㄐㄩㄝˊ jUe2    .
N.(1) Links with a tongue as catch.
(2) A hasp for locking: 扃鐍ditto.

Num. Index: 81A.42-4     ㄊㄨㄥˊ tong2    .
N.(Chem.) copper, brass, bronze: 紅銅,赤銅 copper;
白銅 copper zinc alloy;
黃銅 brass;
古銅,青銅 bronze;
銅礦 copper mine;
銅器 bronze utensils;
銅器時代 Bronze Age;
銅匠 coppersmith;
銅落,銅屑 copper shavings;
銅錢 copper coins;
銅人,銅像 bronze statue;
銅鑼,銅鉦 brass gong;
銅葉子 copper foil;
銅印,銅瓦 copper seal, tile;
銅臭 (derog.) filthy rich in sense of “ostentatious” or placing too much value on money;
copper as symbol of strength, in comb. with “iron”: 銅筋鐵骨 a body of iron;
銅盔鐵甲 brass helmets and iron armor;
銅頭鐵額 head of iron--extremely courageous;
銅斗兒家私 (coll.) family of great means;
銅琵琶板 (of wartime manifestoes, etc.) extremely moving message;
銅駝荊棘 bronze camels buried in brambles--ruins of fallen royal house.
Words1. 銅板 tong2ban31, copper coin;
2. 銅板 tong2ban31, (fig.) money: 這個人有幾個銅板,就忘其所以 this man gets a swelled head the moment he has a little money.
3. 銅版 tong2ban32, n., copper plates for printing.
4. 銅鈸 tong2ba2, n., brass cymbals.
5. 銅幣 tong2bi4, n., copper coins.
6. 銅器 tong2chi4, n., bronze utensils.
7. 銅青 tong2qing1, n., verdigris (also 銅綠).
8. 銅管音樂 tong2guan3yin1yUe4, n., brass instrument.
9. 銅壼 tong2hu2, n., clepsydra, ancient water clock with markings of hours on copper bowl (also called 銅漏).
10. 銅角 tong2jiao3, n., Chin. brass trumpet.
11. 銅龍 tong2long2, n., (1) anc. water clock with copper dragon's head;
12. 銅龍 tong2long2, n., (2) a kind of faucet.
13. 銅綠 tong2lU4, n., verdigris.
14. 銅模 tong2mo2, n., copper matrix for Chin. lead type.
15. 銅盆帽 tong2pen2mao4, n., formerly, the European felt hat, resembling inverted copper bowl.
16. 銅子(兒) tong2zi3 (tong2tzeeer0), n., a copper coin (=1 cent).
17. 銅元 tong2yUan2, n., a copper coin (also 銅圓).

Num. Index: 81A.42-4     ㄍㄤ gang1    .
N.Steel: 純鋼 pure steel;
不抰 stainless steel.
Words1. 鋼版 gang1ban3, n., (1) a stencil plate (also 鋼板);
2. 鋼版 gang1ban3, n., (2) steel engraving.
3. 鋼筆 gang1bi3, n., (1) a pen, fountain pen: 鋼筆尖,鋼筆頭 a pen nib;鋼筆套 a penholder;
4. 鋼筆 gang1bi3, n., (2) a stylus (also 鐵筆).
5. 鋼琴 gang1qin2, n., a piano.
6. 鋼戳子 gang1chuo1zi0, n., see gang1yin4↓.
7. 鋼軌 gang1gui3, n., a steel rail.
8. 鋼骨 gang1gu3, n., (1) steel bars or mesh: 鋼骨水泥 reinforced concrete;
9. 鋼骨 gang1gu3, n., (2) metal ribs of an umbrella.
10. 鋼筋 gang1jin1, n., structural steel, steel bars or mesh used as material for reinforced concrete.
11. 鋼珠 gang1zhu1, n., (mech.) ball bearing.
12. 鋼種 gang1zhong3, n., pop. term for aluminium.
13. 鋼盔 gang1kui1, n., a steel helmet.
14. 鋼條 gang1tiao2, n., a steel bars.
15. 鋼鐵 gang1tie3, n., steel and iron;
16. 鋼鐵 gang1tie3, n., 鋼鐵廠 a steel and iron works.
17. 鋼印 gang1yin4, n., embossing stamp.

Num. Index: 81A.42-4     ㄍㄨㄛ guo1    .
N.A cooking-pot, saucepan: 鐵鍋,銅鍋 iron, bronze pot;
飯鍋 a rice pot;
火鍋 a chafing dish;
鍋蓋 a pot cover.
Words1. 鍋巴 guo1ba0, n., rice crust on the bottom of the cooking pot.
2. 鍋餅 guo1bing3, n., a thick, big wheat cake.
3. 鍋圈(兒) guo1chyua(er0), n., (1) a bamboo ring on which a cooking pot can rest;
4. 鍋圈(兒) guo1chyua(er0), n., (2) (of children's hair-dressing) a circular ring of hair on the lower part of the head after shaving off the center on the crown.
5. 鍋伙(兒) guo1huo0(er0), n., a common kitchen of small traders or workers.
6. 鍋盔 guo1kui1, n., a small wheat cake.
7. 鍋爐 guo1lu2, n., a boiler, big or small.
8. 鍋臺 guo1tai2, n., a cooking range.
9. 鍋貼(兒) guo1tie1 (guo1tie1er0) n., (1) a baked patty with meat;
10. 鍋貼(兒) guo1tie1 (guo1tie1er0) n., (2) (sl.) a box on the ear, a slap on the face.
11. 鍋子 guo1zi0, n., a cooking pot.

Num. Index: 81A.42-6     ㄏㄠˋ hao4         (ㄍㄠˇ gao3    ).
N.(1) (AC) a stove.
(2) (AC) 鎬京 anc. capital of King Wu (武王).
(3) (*gou3) A shovel.

Num. Index: 81A.42-6     ㄉㄧˊ di2    .
N.Arrowhead.

Num. Index: 81A.42-6     ㄩㄥˊ yong2         (also ㄩㄥ yong1    ).
N.(AC) a large bell.

Num. Index: 81A.42-8     ㄩㄝˋ yUe4         (sp. pr. *ㄧㄠˋ yao4    ).
N.(1) A key.
(2) A lock: 鎖鑰 door lock.
Words1. 鑰匙 *yao4shi2 (yUe4shi2), n., a key.

Num. Index: 81A.42-8     ㄋㄚˋ na4    .
N.(Chem.) sodium, natrium.

Num. Index: 81A.42-9     ㄐㄩㄢ jUan1    .
N.An instrument for carving wood;
carvings.
V.t.(1) Carve, engrave: 鐫刻 engrave a printing block.
(2) Demote: 鐫級 (of official) be demoted.

Num. Index: 81A.50-1     ㄎㄠˋ kao4    .
N.Shackles: 手銬 handcuffs;
腳銬 shackles.
V.t.Put in handcuffs;
把他銬住.

Num. Index: 81A.50-3     ㄍㄞˋ gai4    .
N.(Chem.) calcium: 鈣化 calcify, -ied.

Num. Index: 81A.50-3     ㄋㄞˇ nai3    .
N.(Chem.) neodymium (also 釹).

Num. Index: 81A.50-4     ㄝˋ e4    .
N.(AC) knife edge.

Num. Index: 81A.50-4     ㄒㄧˊ xi2    .
N.(1) Tin (mines, etc.), pewter: 錫壺,錫罐 pewter pot.
(2) Short for 錫杖,see xi2zhang4↓, used of a monk's travel: 掛錫 stop at a temple;
飛錫(錫飛)monk's travel, wanderings.
(3) A surname.
V.t.(AC) (of king, God) to give, grant: 錫福 xi2fu2↓;
錫命 give order, grant.
Words1. 錫箔 xi2bo2, n., tin foil;
2. 錫箔 xi2bo2, n., paper coated with thin tin foil used as paper money for the dead.
3. 錫器 xi2chi4, n., pewter ware.
4. 錫福 xi2fu2, v.t., to bless.
5. 錫杖 xi2zhang4, n., a monk's cane (錫 here explained as a rattling sound “錫錫” made by a metal ring).
6. 錫紙 xi2zhi3, phr., zinc foil, aluminum foil.
7. 錫鑞 xi2la4, n., pewter.
8. 錫賚 xi2lai4, v.t, to award (by God, emperor), to bless.
9. 錫奴 xi2nu2, n., pewter foot warmer containing hot water (also called 湯婆子).

Num. Index: 81A.50-4     ㄓㄨㄛˊ zhuo2    .
N.(zhuo2zi0) Bracelet: 手鐲 ditto;
金鐲,玉鐲 gold, jade bracelet.

Num. Index: 81A.50-4     ㄔㄨˊ chu2    .
N.A hoe.
V.t.(1) To hoe (field, weeds).
(2) 鋤滅 To extirpate, eradicate (evil).

Num. Index: 81A.50-5     ㄐㄩˊ jU2    .
N.(Chem.) curium.

Num. Index: 81A.50-6     ㄈㄤ fang1    .
N.(Chem.) francium (also translit. □).

Num. Index: 81A.50-6     ㄅㄤˋ bang4    .
N.(Rare var. of 磅) English pound (currency).

Num. Index: 81A.50-9     ㄒㄧㄡˋ xiu4    .

Num. Index: 81A.50-9     ㄨˋ wu4    .
N.(Chem.) tungsten, also wolfram: 鎢 tungsten ores;
鎢錳鐵 wolframite.
Words1. 鎢華 wu4hua2, n., (geol.) tungstite.
2. 鎢酸 wu4suan1, n., (chem.) tungstic acid.

Num. Index: 81A.50-9     ㄉㄧㄠˋ diao4    .
V.i. & t.To fish, angle as sport: 釣魚翁 (郎) angler (fisherman);
釣遊,遊釣 to fish as a sport;
釣竿,釣 fishing pole, hook;
沽名釣譽 to fish for fame.
Words1. 釣樟 diao4zhang1 n., (bot.) silky spicebush, lindera sericea.

Num. Index: 81A.50-9     ㄐㄩㄣ jUn1    .
N.(1) An anc. measure of weight equal to 30 catties: 千鈞一髮 in a most dangerous condition (very critical situation) (“thousands of catties hanging by a hair”);
雷霆萬鈞 a crushing blow, a devastating punch, an irresistible force.
(2) A potter's wheel.
(3) A surname.
Pron.(Court. to highly placed person) your: 鈞座 jUn1zuo4↓;
鈞安 jUn1an1, etc.↓.
Adj.(U.f. 均) equal, same: 鈞駟 jUn1syh↓.
Words1. 鈞安 jUn1an1, phr., polite complimentary close used in letters to superiors or elders.
2. 鈞啟 jU3chi3, phr., (of letters to superiors) “to be opened by …”
3. 鈞鑒 jU3jian4, phr., polite salutation used in letters to superiors or elders (“please be graciously informed hereby”).
4. 鈞命 jU3ming4, n., (court.) your gracious commands.
5. 鈞駟 jU3syh, n., (AC) a team of four horses of the same color.
6. 鈞座 jU3zuo4, n., Your Excellency, Your Honor.
7. 鈞諭 jU3yU4, n., (court.) your kind letter.

Num. Index: 81A.50-9     ㄍㄡ gou1    . [Pop. 釁
N.(1) (gou1zi0, gou1er0) A hook: 魚鉤 a fish-hook;
掛鉤 a hook on which anything can be hung;
衣鉤 a clothes rack, a coat hanger;
鉤形 hook-like;
秤鉤 the hook of a steelyard;
帳鉤 curtain hooks;
刈鉤 a sickle.
(2) A barb: 倒鉤 inverted barbs;
鉤刺 barbs and thorns.
(3) (AC) A hook-like sword.
(4) (Calling.) a stroke with a hook.
(5) A mark for checking off items in a list.
V.t.(1) To hook on: 鉤住 get hooked;
鉤出來 pull out (s.t.) with a hook;
鉤上了 be hooked up.
(2) Sew with long stitches, baste;
also crochet.
(3) Make a seraching study of: 鉤稽 gou1ji1↓;
鉤索義理 search out the most essential principles;
鉤心蝔 to maneuver for positions against rivals.
(4) (Var. 勾) entice, seduce: see 勾引,勾^搭 92.50.
Words1. 鉤黨 gou1dang3, v.i., (AC) form cliques.
2. 鉤爪 gou1zhao3, n., talons.
3. 鉤針 gou1zhen1, n., a crochet needle.
4. 鉤稽 gou1ji1, v.t., to audit (accounts);
5. 鉤稽 gou1ji1, v.t., to make critical exegesis (of anc. history, etc.).
6. 鉤扣 gou1kou4, n., a hook.
7. 鉤兒 gou1er0, n., a hook, a trap: 上鉤兒 be entrapped or ensnared;
8. 鉤兒 gou1er0, n., 鉤兒心 a crooked mind.
9. 鉤藤 gou1teng2, n., (bot.) ourouparia rhynchophylla, a woody vine.
10. 鉤子 gou1zi0, n., a hook.

Num. Index: 81A.50-9     ㄍㄡ gou1    . [Pop. of 鉤↑]

Num. Index: 81A.50-9     ㄇㄟˇ mei3    .
N.(Chem.) americium.

Num. Index: 81A.50-9     ㄌㄠˊ lao2    .
N.(Chem) lawrencium.

Num. Index: 81A.63-2     ㄊㄤˇ tang3    .
N.A military weapon, with long handle and crescent-shaped knife.

Num. Index: 81A.63-6     ㄅㄧㄠ biao1    .
N.(1) (AC) bridle, bit.
(2) Currently used as var. of 鏢:鑣客 killer, man of muscles (a swordsman, good shot, etc.);
保鑣 bodyguard, armed escort.

Num. Index: 81A.63-8     ㄌㄧㄥˊ ling2    . [Usu. printed 鈴]
N.Bell: 門鈴 doorbell;
警鈴 bell alarm;
馬鈴 bells on horses.
Words1. 鈴鐺 ling2dang0, n., a hand bell, small rattling bells.
2. 鈴鐸 ling2duo2, n., bells on ends of temple roofs.
3. 鈴鈴 ling2ling2, n., (AC) rumble (of earthquake, carts, etc.).

Num. Index: 81A.63-9     ㄐㄧㄠ jiao1    .
N.(AC) a cooking vessel with a handle.

Num. Index: 81A.70-1     ㄉㄨㄣˋ dun4    .
Adj.(1) Blunt (knife): 鈍刀慢剮 persecute slowly, like cutting skin with blunt knife.
(2) Unsuccessful: 成敗利鈍 success or failure.
(3) Mentally slow, stupid: 遲鈍,愚鈍,魯鈍,頑鈍 slow to learn, dull-witted, thick-skulled.
Words1. 鈍根 dun4gen1, n., (Budd. & LL) a dull spirit, incapabable of understanding, low intelligence.
2. 鈍角 dun4jiao3, n., (geom.) obtuse angle.

Num. Index: 81A.70-1     ㄒㄧㄢˇ xian3    .
N.銑鐵 cast iron, wrought iron.

Num. Index: 81A.70-1     ㄋㄠˊ nao2    .
N.A kind of musical instrument, hand bells: 鐃鈸 cymbals.
V.t.(Interch. 撓) (AC) disturb: 萬物無足以鐃心者 nothing can disturb the serenity of his mind.
Words1. 鐃歌 nao2ge1, n., an anc. military song.
2. 鐃鼓 nao2gur, n., a kind of military drum.

Num. Index: 81A.70-1     ㄌㄠˇ lao3    .
N.(Chem.) rhodium.

Num. Index: 81A.70-2     ㄍㄨㄤ guang1    .
N.(Chem.) radium (now usu. called 鐳).

Num. Index: 81A.70-2     ㄧㄠˊ yao2         (*ㄉㄧㄠˋ diao4    ).
N.(1) (AC) a farm implement.
(2) (*diao4) A small cooking pan with handle and sprout: 銚子.
(3) A surname.

Num. Index: 81A.70-2     ㄍㄚˊ ga2    .
N.(Chem.) gadolinium.

Num. Index: 81A.70-2     ㄅㄟˇ bei3    .
N.(Chem.) berkelium.

Num. Index: 81A.70-3     ㄧˇ yi3    .
N.(Chem.) yttrium.

Num. Index: 81A.70-4     ㄈㄢˊ fan2    .
N.(Chem.) vanadium.

Num. Index: 81A.70-5     ㄅㄚˇ ba3    .
N.(Chem.) palladium.

Num. Index: 81A.70-5     ㄋㄧˊ ni2    .
N.(Chem.) niobium (also translit. 鈳).

Num. Index: 81A.70-6     ㄎㄥ keng1    .
N.(Chem.) scandium.

Num. Index: 81A.70-6     ㄊㄚ ta1    .
N.(Chem.) thallium.

Num. Index: 81A.70-6     ㄔㄨㄥˋ chong4    .
N.Anc. cannon.

Num. Index: 81A.70-6     ㄐㄧㄥˋ jing4    .
N.(1) A looking glass, a mirror: 穿衣鏡 a dressing glass;
反射鏡 a reflector;
照照鏡子 look in the mirror;
面鏡 a face mirror;
鏡花水月 (fig.) a mirage, insubstantial objects (“flowers in a mirror and the moon's reflection in water”).
(2) A piece of glass: 鏡片 jing4pian4↓.
眼鏡 eyeglasses, spectacles;
太陽鏡 sunglasses;
顯微鏡 a microscope;
望遠鏡 a telescope;
透鏡 a camera lens;
玻璃鏡 a glass mirror;
放大鏡 a magnifier, a magnifying glass;
潛望鏡 a periscope;
三稜鏡 a prism.
(3) What serves as an example or warning: 鏡監 jing4jian4↓;
鏡戒 jing4jie4↓.
Words1. 鏡支兒 jing4zhe1er0, n., a woman's dressing case with a propped up mirror.
2. 鏡監 jing4jian4, n., an example to be followed or avoided.
3. 鏡戒 jing4jie4, n., ditto.
4. 鏡框 jing4kuang4, n., a picture frame.
5. 鏡奩 jing4lian2, n., a woman's dressing case.
6. 鏡面呢 jing4miahnnir, n., treated, shining woolen.
7. 鏡片 jing4pian4, n., a piece of glass, a lens.
8. 鏡箱 jing4xiang1, n., see jing4lian2↑.
9. 鏡匣 jing4xia2, n., ditto.
10. 鏡臺 jing4tai2, n., a dressing table.
11. 鏡頭 jing4tou2, n., (1) a camera lens;
12. 鏡頭 jing4tou2, n., (2) a photographic shot, a sepuence in motion-picture film.
13. 鏡子 jing4zi0, n., (1) a mirror;
14. 鏡子 jing4zi0, n., (2) a pair of spectacles.

Num. Index: 81A.70-6     ㄘㄨㄢˋ cuan4         (*ㄘㄨㄢ cuan1    ).
N.(1) (*cuan1) Poker for breaking ice: 冰□.
(2) (AC) a small spear.

Num. Index: 81A.70-8     ㄖㄨㄟˋ rui4    .
Adj.(1) Sharp, pointed, acute: 尖銳 keen-edged, razor-sharp;
銳利 sharp-edged, cutting;
銳眼 sharp-eyed, keen-sighted;
銳而不挫 so sharp that it cannot be blunted;
口銳 sharp-tongued;
失銳 disheartened, crestfallen;
銳敏 sharp-witted;
銳角 rui4jiao3↓.
(2) Skilled, well-trained: 精銳 crack troops;
銳騎 fast moving cavalry;
銳師 hard-hitting troops;
銳兵 well-trained soldiers;
銳士 redoubtable warriros.
(3) Tapering off at the top.
(4) Quick, rapid, fast: 其進銳者其退速 a headlong start often ends in a hasty retreat.
Words1. 銳氣 rui4chi4 (rui4chi0), n., dauntless courage, audacity, fortitude.
2. 銳髮 rui4fa3, n., tufts of hair hanging down from the temples.
3. 銳鼓 rui4gu3, n., a musical instrument of the Yao (猺) tribe.
4. 銳角 rui4jiao3, n., (math.) an acute angle.
5. 銳志 rui4zhi4, n., firm determination.

Num. Index: 81A.70-9     ㄙㄜˋ se4    .
N.(Chem.) cesium.

Num. Index: 81A.70-9     ㄅㄠˋ bao4    . [Var. 鑤; cf. 刨]
N.Carpenter's plane.
V.t.(1) To plane off: 鉋削 slice off and make smooth by planing;
鉋木頭 to slice wood.
(2) Dig the ground, as with hoof: 鉋地.
Words1. 鉋 bao4chuang2, n., lathe for planing.
2. 鉋凳 bao4deng4, n., bench for planing.
3. 鉋花 bao4hua1, n., shavings.

Num. Index: 81A.70-9     ㄔㄢˊ chan2    .
N.A trowel, small shovel.
Words1. 鑱斧 chan2fu3, n., hoe for weeding.
2. 鑱頭 chan2tou0, n., a coulter for ploughing.

Num. Index: 81A.70-9     ㄌㄚˋ la4    .
N.Hard tin.
Words1. 鑞箔 la4bo2, n., tin foil for making paper money for the dead.
2. 鑞鎗頭 la4qiang1tou2, n., a person putting on a bold front.

Num. Index: 81A.71-1     ㄊㄧㄝˇ tie3    . [Pop. 巿
N.Iron: 鐵工廠 iron works;
鐵橋 steel bridge;
鐵塔 (tie3ta1) a kind of farm rake;
鐵條 iron bar, rod iron;
鐵葉 sheet iron;
鐵管 iron-piping;
鐵釘 iron nail;
鐵索 iron chains;
鐵尺 iron staff, a weapon;
鐵器 ironware (see compp.);
鐵塔 iron pagoda;
巴黎鐵塔 Eiffel Tower;
鐵硯磨穿 (fig.) long years of persistence (“grind a hole in an iron slab”);
鐵杵磨針 ditto (“grind an iron pestle into a needle”);
鐵中錚錚 (allu.) true caliber, the distinguished among men;
鐵血主義 blood-and-iron policy;
白鐵,洋鐵 tin-plates;
熟鐵 wrought iron;
生鐵 cast iron;
廢鐵 scrap iron.
Adj.(1) Iron grey: 鐵驄 black horse.
(2) Strong, solid as iron: 鐵人,鐵漢 tie3ren2, tie3han4↓;
鐵石人,鐵石心腸 heart of steel, unmoved by feeling;
鐵面無私 unmoved by personal appeals, without fear or favor;
鐵口,鐵嘴 (of arguer, fortuneteller) who is sure he is right;
鐵的事實 irrefutable fact, see 鐵證 tie3zheng4↓;
鐵則 severe rules and regulations;
鐵主意 iron determination;
鐵門檻,鐵門限 very rigid restrictions (of convent, prison, etc.)
Words1. 鐵案 tie3an4, n., irrevocable, established case of fact.
2. 鐵板 tierban3, n., (1) sheet iron;
3. 鐵板 tierban3, n., (2) pair of metallic claps for marking rhythm;
4. 鐵板 tierban3, n., 鐵板快書,鐵板大鼓 monologue storytelling with such claps;
5. 鐵板 tierban3, n., (3) 鐵板牛扒 broiled steak.
6. 鐵餅 tierbing3, n., (sports) discus.
7. 鐵布衫 tie3bu4shan1, n., (Chin. boxing) a form of movement warding off all attacks.
8. 鐵雀兒 tierqiao3er0, n., fried sparrow.
9. 鐵器 tie3chi4, n., ironware;
10. 鐵器 tie3chi4, n., 鐵器店 handware shop.
11. 鐵青 tie3qing1, adj., metallic green, metal grey.
12. 鐵球 tie3qiu2, n., (sports) shot for putting.
13. 鐵窗 tie3chuang1, n., prison bars: 鐵窗風味 taste of prison life.
14. 鐵泉 tie3qUan2, n., (geol.) a chalybeate spring.
15. 鐵道 tie3dao4, n., railroad (also 鐵路 tie3lu4↓).
16. 鐵定 tie3ding4, adj., ironclad (evidence, etc.), fixed, irrevocable.
17. 鐵笛 tie3di2, n., iron flute.
18. 鐵肺 tie3fei4, n., iron lungs.
19. 鐵觀音 tie3guan1yin1, n., a species of Chin. tea.
20. 鐵軌 tiergui3, n., the rails of railroad.
21. 鐵公雞 tie3gong1ji1, n., (sl.) a man who will not lift a finger to help.
22. 鐵漢 tieerhan4, n., a very powerfully built man.
23. 鐵灰 tie3hui1, adj., iron-grey color.
24. 鐵證 tie3zheng4, n., ironclad evidence, irrefutable proof.
25. 鐵甲 tierjia3, n., armor;
26. 鐵甲 tierjia3, n., 鐵甲船 an ironclad ship;
27. 鐵甲 tierjia3, n., 鐵甲車 armored car, also tank.
28. 鐵價 tie3jia4, n., one-price system: 鐵價不二.
29. 鐵匠 tie3jiang4, n., blacksmith.
30. 鐵蕉 tie3jiao1, n., (bot.) sago cycad, cycas revoluta (also known as 鳳尾松).
31. 鐵筋土 tie3jin1tu3, n., reinforced concrete (now usu. called 鋼骨水泥).
32. 鐵酒 tierjiu3, n., iron lotion, a tonic.
33. 鐵券 tie3jUan4, n., anciently inscribed metal pledge of emperor conferring special privileges on deserving ministers.
34. 鐵軍 tie3jUn1, n., “iron army,” invincible or tough army unit.
35. 鐵礦 tie3kuang4, n., iron mine: 鐵礦石 iron ores.
36. 鐵鍊 tie3lian4, n., iron chains.
37. 鐵力 tie3li4, n., strength of iron.
38. 鐵路 tie3lu4, n., railroad.
39. 鐵馬 tie3ma3, n., (1) crack troops;
40. 鐵馬 tie3ma3, n., (2) tinkling metal slips on end of temple roofs;
41. 鐵馬 tie3ma3, n.,(3) (sl.) railroad locomotive;
42. 鐵馬 tie3ma3, n., (4) (sl.) bicycle.
43. 鐵幕 tie3mu4, n., the iron curtain.
44. 鐵皮 tie3pi2, n., iron hoops;
45. 鐵皮 tie3pi2, n., iron covered.
46. 鐵人 tie3ren2, n., a man of great physical strength.
47. 鐵掃帚 tie3sauhzhou3, n., (bot.) a kind of rush, lespeceza juncea.
48. 鐵砂 tie3sha11, n., iron filings.
49. 鐵紗 tie3sha12, n., wire screen.
50. 鐵線 tie3xian4, n., wire;
51. 鐵線 tie3xian4, n., 鐵線蓮 (bot.) cream clematis, clematis florida.
52. 鐵樹 tie3shu4, n., see tie3jiao1↑;
53. 鐵樹 tie3shu4, n., 鐵樹生花 an impossibility.
54. 鐵算盤 tie3suan4pan2, n., a trick for swindling money.
55. 鐵絲 tie3si1, n., wire;
56. 鐵絲 tie3si1, n., 鐵絲網 (barbed) wire entanglements.
57. 鐵蹄 tie3ti2, n., rule of force.
58. 鐵桶 tiertong3, n., iron bucket;
59. 鐵桶 tiertong3, n., (fig.) impregnable city wall.

Num. Index: 81A.71-7     ㄩㄝˋ yUe4    .
N.A halberd, battle-axe.

Num. Index: 81A.71-7     ㄑㄧㄢˊ qian2    .
N.(1) Money, coins: 錢庫 bank vault;
錢櫃 cash counter or cabinet, also cashier;
錢巿 the money market;
錢癖 miserly habit, love of money;
錢荒 short-age of supply of money;
金錢 coins or money in gen.;
現錢 cash;
付錢 pay cash;
銅錢 copper coins;
錢財 qian2cai2↓;
有錢 has money, rich;
沒錢 short of money, poor;
錢能通神,錢可使鬼(推磨)money talks (can bedevil the devil himself);
視錢如命 worship money (“like one's life”);
花大錢,省小錢 penny-wise and poundfoolish.
(2) One tenth of an ounce.
(3) A surname.
Words1. 錢板兒 qian2ba3er0, n., (1) formerly, a wooden board with grooves for keeping cash;
2. 錢板兒 qian2ba3er0, n., (2) a washing board.
3. 錢包 qian2bao1, n., a wallet, a purse.
4. 錢幣 qian2bi4, n., currency;
5. 錢幣 qian2bi4, n., money: 錢幣貶值 devaluation of currency (see 幣 22.22).
6. 錢衩子 qian2cha3zi0, , n., see qian2da1lian, qian2datz↓.
7. 錢串(兒) qian2chuan4 (qian2chuaher0), n., formerly, a string of cash (in units of 100, or 1000), the string running through the square holes in cash.
8. 錢褡褳(兒) qian2da1lian (qian2da1liaer0), n., a cloth bag for coins;
9. 錢褡褳(兒) qian2da1lian (qian2da1liaer0), n., 錢褡子 qian2da1zi0, ditto.
10. 錢穀 qian2gu3, n., levies in kind and money;
11. 錢穀 qian2gu3, n., 錢穀師爺 formerly, magistrate's assistant in charge of taxes.
12. 錢幌子 qian2huang3zi0, n., formerly, shop sign of money shop in the form of a string of big coins.
13. 錢莊 qian2zhuang1, n., money shop;
14. 錢莊 qian2zhuang1, n., old-style local bank.
15. 錢兒癬 qian2er0xUan3, n., ringworm.
16. 錢糧 qian2liang2, n., levies of grain crops, usu. paid in money.
17. 錢龍 qian2long2, n., (1) a string of cash, see qian2chuan4↑;
18. 錢龍 qian2long2, n., (2) (zoo.) a millepede.
19. 錢盤兒 qian2paaer0, n., formerly,rate of exchange of silver dollars of exchange of silver dollars in terms of copper coins.
20. 錢票兒 qian2piao4er0, n., formerly, paper money.
21. 錢鋪 qian2pu4, n., a money exchange shop.
22. 錢樹子 qian2shu4zi0, n., a pop. shingsong girl who brings in a lot of money to the madam.
23. 錢財 qian2cai2, n., money, riches, wealth.
24. 錢文 qian2wen3, n., a piece of copper cash.
25. 錢引 qian2yin3, n., (MC) paper money in Suhng Dyn.

Num. Index: 81A.71-7     ㄊㄜˋ te4    .
N.(Chem.) terbium.

Num. Index: 81A.71-7     ㄓㄣ zhen1    . [Var. 針 81A.10]
Words1. 鍼言 zhen1yan2, n., (1) maxims;
2. 鍼言 zhen1yan2, n., (2) Proverbs (a book of the Bible).

Num. Index: 81A.71-7     ㄑㄧˋ chi4    .
N.(AC) battle-axe.

Num. Index: 81A.71-9     ㄝˊ e2    .
N.(Chem.) osmium.

Num. Index: 81A.72-2     ㄌㄩˋ lU4    .
N.A file, rasp.
V.t.To file even, to polish with rasp.

Num. Index: 81A.72-4      si1    .
N.(Chem.) strontium.

Num. Index: 81A.72-6     ㄧˋ yi4    .
N.(Chem.) ytterbium.

Num. Index: 81A.72-6     ㄅㄧˋ bi4    .
N.(Chem.) bismuth.

Num. Index: 81A.80-1     ㄗㄨㄢ zuan1         (*ㄗㄨㄢˋ zuan4        , *ㄗㄨㄢˇ zuan3    ).
N.(*zuan4) (1) (A) drill, an awl: 鑽子 ditto;
鑽頭 zuan4tou0↓;
手鑽 a hand drill;
電鑽 an electric drill.
(2) Diamond (s): 鑽石 zuan4shi2, 鑽戒 zuan4jie4↓;
金鋼鑽 a diamond.
V.i. & t.(1) (Also *zuan3) to drill, bore: 鑽孔 drill (bore) a hole;
鑽木取火 bore wood to get fire;
鑽燧取火 to strike a flint to produce sparks.
(2) Rely upon personal influence to get what one wants: 鑽營 zuan1ying0↓;
鑽謀 zuan1mou2↓;
鑽頭覓縫兒 leave no stone unturned to get a job through personal pulls;
鑽天入地 search for an opening (a job) for oneself by all possible means (“by going up to heaven or down to hell”).
(3) Make a penetrating study of: 鑽研 zuan1yan2↓.
(4) Penetrate, pierce, go through: 鑽山洞 (of a train) pass through a tunnel;
鑽過去 crawl (go) through;
鑽牛犄角 get oneself into a dead end;
鑽牛角尖 ditto;
鑽狗洞 do evil, lead a wicked life, (fig.) toady to the rich (powerful, influential).
(5) (=躦) Make a forward or upward movement.
Words1. 鑽機 zuan1ji0, v.i., (1) make use of personal pulls;
2. 鑽機 zuan1ji0, v.i., (2) delve into a subject.
3. 鑽戒 zuan4jie4, n., a diamond ring.
4. 鑽灼 zuan1zhuo2, (1) n., an ancient method of divination;
5. 鑽灼 zuan1zhuo2, (2) v.t., (=鑽研 zuan1yan2↓).
6. 鑽門子 zuan1men2zi0, v.i., to worm one's way into s.o.'s favor.
7. 鑽謀 zuan1mou2, v.t., try hard to get (a job) through personal pulls.
8. 鑽石 *tzuahnshyr, n., diamond(s).
9. 鑽頭 *zuan4tou0, n., an auger, a borer.
10. 鑽仰 zuan1yang3, v.i., (LL) to search for the truth and hold fast to it.
11. 鑽研 zuan1yan2, v.t., delve into (books, the past).
12. 鑽營 zuan1ying0, v.t., see zuan1mou2↑.

Num. Index: 81A.80-2     ㄓㄣˋ zhen4    .
N.(1) A town, a hamlet, a trading center: 巿鎮 village or town, with marketing facilities;
鄉鎮 a village settlement or village in gen.;
鎮上人 townsfolk, village folk.
(2) A commander (in Mirng and Ching Dyns.);
a division (in army system of late 19th cen.).
V.t.(1) To suppress, keep down or keep in order: 鎮痛 zhen4tong4↓;
鎮守 zhen4shou3↓;
鎮紙 zhen4zhi3↓.
(2) To suppress demons by magic: 鎮鬼 to shut up demon (as in pagoda basement);
鎮物 zhen4wu4↓.
(3) To cool by ice: 冰鎮.
Adj.Calm, settled: 鎮定zhen4ding4↓;
鎮日 (related 整) zhen4ri4↓.
Words1. 鎮定 zhen4ding4, v.t. & adj., to calm (mind);
2. 鎮定 zhen4ding4, v.t. & adj., be calm, settled.
3. 鎮撫 zhen4fu3, v.t., to pacify (rebellious district).
4. 鎮公所 zhen4gong1suo3, n., township office, self-government office of a zhen4 (subdivision of city or village).
5. 鎮長 zhen4zhang3, n., township chief, chief of zhen4 (see N.1↑).
6. 鎮靜 zhen4jing4, adj., calm, unruffled despite crisis;
7. 鎮靜 zhen4jing4, adj., 鎮靜劑 sedatives or tranquilizer.
8. 鎮紙 zhen4zhi3, n., a paperweight;
9. 鎮紙 zhen4zhi3, n., a brass frame for keeping paper flat during writing.
10. 鎮日 zhen4ri4, adv., the whole day (also 整日).
11. 鎮守 zhen4shou3, v.t., to guard (city, region);
12. 鎮守 zhen4shou3, 鎮守使 formerly, Defense Commissioner.
13. 鎮痛 zhen4tong4, v.i. to relieve pain;
14. 鎮痛 zhen4tong4, 鎮痛劑 sedative.
15. 鎮物 zhen4wu4, n., (Taoist magic) object containing a curse for magical suppression of evil spirit.
16. 鎮壓 zhen4ya1, v.t., to suppress (riot, rebellion).

Num. Index: 81A.80-2     ㄙㄨㄛˇ suo3    .
N.(1) (suo3zi0) A lock: 鎖頭 suo3tou0↓.
(2) Fetters, shackles, chain: 鍊鎖 suo3lian4↓.
V.t.(1) To lock up: 鎖門 lock the door;
鎖上了 is already locked;
封鎖軍港 blockade enemy's naval base;
緘鎖 lock up (house) and place under seal.
(2) To chain up (convict): 拘鎖 ditto;
鎖禁 to lock up (person).
(3) To knit (eyebrows): 鎖眉 (頭).
(4) (Poet.) to envelop (in mist, cloud): 寒煙鎖隄 the mist envelops the bank.
Words1. 鎖簧 suo3huang2, n., the wards (spring metals) of a lock.
2. 鎖鍊(兒)(子) suo3lian4 (suo3liaher0)(zi0), n., iron chain (also wr. 鎖鏈).
3. 鎖鐐 suo3liao4, n., chain and shackles.
4. 鎖吶 suo3(')na4), n., a Turkish flute (also wr. 哨吶).
5. 鎖頭 suo3tou0, n., a lock.
6. 鎖子 suo3zi0, n., (1) a jade bracelet;
7. 鎖子 suo3zi0, n., (2) 鎖子花邊 chain pattern embroidery or braid;
8. 鎖子 suo3zi0, n., 鎖子甲 chain armor.
9. 鎖陰 suo3yin1, n., an organic abnormality in woman preventing intercourse.
10. 鎖鑰 suo3yUe4, n., a key;
11. 鎖鑰 suo3yUe4, n., (fig.) strategic point of defense.

Num. Index: 81A.80-2     ㄈㄟˋ fei4    .
N.(Chem.) fermium.

Num. Index: 81A.80-4     ㄅㄟˋ bei4    .
N.(Chem.) barium.

Num. Index: 81A.80-6     ㄅㄧㄣ bin1    .
Words1. 鑌鐵 bin1tie3, n., high quality iron.

Num. Index: 81A.80-6     ㄎㄨㄤˋ kuang4    . [Var. of 礦31B.80]

Num. Index: 81A.80-9     ㄓˋ zhi4    .
N.(AC) case. for executioner's axe.

Num. Index: 81A.81-1     ㄑㄧㄝˋ qie4    .
N.A sickle.
V.t.To chisel, carve, cut: 鍥其軸 (AC) hack away the cart axle;
鍥而不舍 phr., (AC) to chisel incessantly-(fig.) to stick to s.t. with persistence.
Words1. 鍥薄 qie4bo2, adj., (AC var. of 刻薄) mean, vindictive.

Num. Index: 81A.81-1     ㄊㄧㄝˇ tie3    . [Anc. var. of 鐵 81A.71]

Num. Index: 81A.81-1     ㄊㄞˋ tai4    .
N.(Chem.) titanium.

Num. Index: 81A.81-1     ㄈㄨ fu1    .
N.(AC) axe.
Words1. 鈇鑕(質) fu1zhi4, n., anc. instrument for cutting the body of the condemned in two at the waist.
2. 鈇鉞 fu1yueih, n., (AC) hatchet and axe;
3. 鈇鉞 fu1yueih, n., punishments by bodily mutilation.