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Final Fantasy (video game)最終幻想 [zui4 zhong1 huan4 xiang3]
Final Fantasy (video game)最终幻想 [zui4 zhong1 huan4 xiang3]
(arch. final particle, analogous to 了)矣 [yi3]
(draw) lots, lot (in a game of chance)阄 [jiu1]
(draw) lots, lot (in a game of chance)鬮 [jiu1]
(final particle equivalent to 了)喽 [lou5]
(final particle equivalent to 了)嘍 [lou5]
(final particle expressing approval or doubt), (interjection equivalent to punctuating sentence with "you see")阿 [a5]
(final particle expressing imperative), Yo!唷 [yo1]
(final particle expressing question, affirmation or continuation)吶 [ne5]
(final particle expressing question, affirmation or continuation)呐 [ne5]
(final particle expression doubt or surprise, similar to 吗 or 呢)欤 [yu2]
(final particle expression doubt or surprise, similar to 吗 or 呢)歟 [yu2]
(final particle in classical Chinese, expressing question or doubt, similar to 嗎|吗)乎 [hu1]
(final particle similar to 了, indicating that sth is obvious)咯 [lo5]
(final particle), sound, noise唎 [li4]
(final particle, same as 吧)罢 [ba5]
(final particle, same as 吧)罷 [ba5]
(modal final particle sim. to 呢 or 啦)哩 [li5]
(same as 歟|欤, final particle expression doubt or surprise, similar to 吗 or 呢)与 [yu2]
(same as 歟|欤, final particle expression doubt or surprise, similar to 吗 or 呢)與 [yu2]
a card game牌戏 [pai2 xi4]
a card game牌戲 [pai2 xi4]
a finger-guessing game, mora猜拳 [cai1 quan2]
a network computer game联机游戏 [lian2 ji1 you2 xi4]
a network computer game聯機遊戲 [lian2 ji1 you2 xi4]
a role playing game (RPG)角色扮演游戏 [jue2 se4 ban4 yan3 you2 xi4]
a role playing game (RPG)角色扮演遊戲 [jue2 se4 ban4 yan3 you2 xi4]
acrobatics, jugglery, cheap trick, game把戏 [ba3 xi4]
acrobatics, jugglery, cheap trick, game把戲 [ba3 xi4]
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