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Results for: King Wu of Zhou (-1043), personal name Ji Fa 姬發Translations 1 - 30 of 237
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(arch.) table for wine goblets (used by the Duke of Zhou hosting his vassals), variant of 徐, surname Xu垿 [xu4]
(King) Sihanouk (of Cambodia)西哈努克 [xi1 ha1 nu3 ke4]
(personal) deodorant体香剂 [ti3 xiang1 ji4]
(personal) deodorant體香劑 [ti3 xiang1 ji4]
(Prince) Ranariddh (son of King Sihanouk of Cambodia)拉那烈 [la1 na1 lie4]
(set phrase), know best by personal experience, know sth without being told冷暖自知 [leng3 nuan3 zi4 zhi1]
8 in. length unit of Zhou dynasty咫 [zhi3]
act in a (official or personal) capacity出面 [chu1 mian4]
Bhumibol Adulyadej (1927-), King of Thailand (reigned 1945-)普密蓬·阿杜德 [pu3 mi4 peng2 a1 du4 de2]
Bhumibol Adulyadej (1927-), King of Thailand (reigned 1945-)普密蓬阿杜德 [pu3 mi4 peng2 a1 du4 de2]
Cao Cao (155-220), famous statesman and general at the end of Han, noted poet and calligrapher, later warlord, founder and first king of Cao Wei 曹魏, father of Emperor Cao Pi 曹丕, the main villain of novel the Romance of Three Kingdoms 三國演義|三国演义曹操 [Cao2 Cao1]
Cao Pi (187-226), second son of Cao Cao 曹操, king then emperor of Cao Wei 曹魏 from 220, ruled as Emperor Wen 魏文帝, also a noted calligrapher曹丕 [Cao2 Pi1]
capital city of King Helu of Wu from 6th century BC, at modern Wuxi, Jiangsu闔閭城 [He2 lu:2 cheng2]
capital city of King Helu of Wu from 6th century BC, at modern Wuxi, Jiangsu阖闾城 [He2 lu:2 cheng2]
Cassandra (name), Cassandra, daughter of king Priam in Greek mythology, prophet of doom卡桑德拉 [Ka3 sang1 de2 la1]
Chakravarti raja (Sanskrit: King of Kings), emperor in Hindu mythology轉輪王 [Zhuan4 lun2 Wang2]
Chakravarti raja (Sanskrit: King of Kings), emperor in Hindu mythology轉輪聖王 [Zhuan4 lun2 sheng4 Wang2]
Chakravarti raja (Sanskrit: King of Kings), emperor in Hindu mythology转轮圣王 [Zhuan4 lun2 sheng4 Wang2]
Chakravarti raja (Sanskrit: King of Kings), emperor in Hindu mythology转轮王 [Zhuan4 lun2 Wang2]
complete, encircle, circuit, lap, week, cycle, all, every, attentive, thoughtful, the Zhou dynasty from 1027 BC, surname Zhou周 [zhou1]
counselor of king or feudal warlord, henchman家臣 [jia1 chen2]
court (of king or emperor)宫廷 [gong1 ting2]
court (of king or emperor)宮廷 [gong1 ting2]
death of king or emperor, demise駕崩 [jia4 beng1]
death of king or emperor, demise驾崩 [jia4 beng1]
Deng Yingchao (1904-1992), Chinese communist leader, wife of Zhou Enlai 周恩來|周恩来邓颖超 [Deng4 Ying3 chao1]
Deng Yingchao (1904-1992), Chinese communist leader, wife of Zhou Enlai 周恩來|周恩来鄧穎超 [Deng4 Ying3 chao1]
Ding Yun (a personal name)丁云 [ding1 yun2]
Ding Yun (a personal name)丁雲 [ding1 yun2]
direct, concerning oneself, personal切身 [qie4 shen1]
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