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Swan Lake天鵝湖 [Tian1 e2 Hu2]
Swan Lake天鹅湖 [Tian1 e2 Hu2]
Beihai, park in Beijing to the Northwest the Forbidden City, the North Sea (Europe), Beihai city, a port in Guangxi, Bohai Sea, Lake Baikal北海 [Bei3 hai3]
Changbaishan Tianchi, volcanic lake in Jilin province長白山天池 [Chang2 bai2 shan1 tian1 chi2]
Changbaishan Tianchi, volcanic lake in Jilin province长白山天池 [Chang2 bai2 shan1 tian1 chi2]
Chaohu, prefecture level city in Anhui, Chaohu lake巢湖 [Chao2 hu2]
Dongting Lake in northeast Hunan province洞庭湖 [Dong4 ting2 hu2]
dye paper, lake, pond, mount scroll潢 [huang2]
edge of the water, shore or sea, lake or river, seashore水边 [shui3 bian1]
edge of the water, shore or sea, lake or river, seashore水邊 [shui3 bian1]
Erhai Lake洱海 [Er3 hai3]
Eurasian finch or brambling (Fringilla montifringilla), fig. small fry; cf can the sparrow know the will of the great swan? 燕雀安知鴻鵠之志|燕雀安知鸿鹄之志燕雀 [yan4 que4]
fresh water lake淡水湖 [dan4 shui3 hu2]
Hongze lake in Jiangsu province洪泽湖 [Hong2 ze2 hu2]
Hongze lake in Jiangsu province洪澤湖 [Hong2 ze2 hu2]
inward flowing river, river flowing into desert or salt lake, e.g. Tarim river 塔裡木河|塔里木河內流河 [nei4 liu2 he2]
inward flowing river, river flowing into desert or salt lake, e.g. Tarim river 塔裡木河|塔里木河内流河 [nei4 liu2 he2]
Kunming Lake昆明湖 [Kun1 ming2 Hu2]
lake湖 [hu2]
lake湖泊 [hu2 po1]
Lake Aydingkol in Xinjiang艾丁湖 [Ai4 ding1 hu2]
Lake Baikal貝加爾湖 [Bei4 jia1 er3 hu2]
Lake Baikal贝加尔湖 [Bei4 jia1 er3 hu2]
Lake Baiyangdian白洋淀 [Bai2 yang2 dian4]
Lake Baiyangdian白洋澱 [Bai2 yang2 dian4]
Lake Bosten in Xinjiang博斯腾湖 [Bo2 si1 teng2 hu2]
Lake Bosten in Xinjiang博斯騰湖 [Bo2 si1 teng2 hu2]
Lake Buir of inner Mongolia貝爾湖 [Bei4 er3 hu2]
Lake Buir of inner Mongolia贝尔湖 [Bei4 er3 hu2]
Lake Chad乍得湖 [Zha4 de2 Hu2]
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