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Amiens (French town)阿美恩斯 [a1 mei3 en1 si1]
amniocentesis (used in Taiwan)羊水穿刺 [yang2 shui3 chuan1 ci4]
ancestral home (town), birthplace原籍 [yuan2 ji2]
ancient oasis town of Kroraina or Loulan on the Silk road near Lop Nor 羅布泊|罗布泊, modern Xinjiang楼兰 [Lou2 lan2]
ancient oasis town of Kroraina or Loulan on the Silk road near Lop Nor 羅布泊|罗布泊, modern Xinjiang樓蘭 [Lou2 lan2]
ancient place name (a Han dynasty town in Shaanxi), variant of 邰斄 [tai2]
Anle (area in Taiwan)安乐区 [An1 le4 qu1]
Anle (area in Taiwan)安樂區 [An1 le4 qu1]
Annan (area in Taiwan)安南区 [An1 nan2 qu1]
Annan (area in Taiwan)安南區 [An1 nan2 qu1]
Annotated Sounds, a phonetic transliteration for Chinese used esp. in Taiwan, also known as Bopomofo ㄅㄆㄇㄈ注音 [zhu4 yin1]
Annotated Sounds, a phonetic transliteration for Chinese used esp. in Taiwan, also known as Bopomofo ㄅㄆㄇㄈ注音符号 [Zhu4 yin1 fu2 hao4]
Annotated Sounds, a phonetic transliteration for Chinese used esp. in Taiwan, also known as Bopomofo ㄅㄆㄇㄈ注音符號 [Zhu4 yin1 fu2 hao4]
Annotated Sounds, a phonetic transliteration for Chinese used esp. in Taiwan, also known as Bopomofo ㄅㄆㄇㄈ註音 [zhu4 yin1]
Anping (area in Taiwan)安平区 [An1 ping2 qu1]
Anping (area in Taiwan)安平區 [An1 ping2 qu1]
Anting (village in Taiwan)安定乡 [An1 ding4 xiang1]
Anting (village in Taiwan)安定鄉 [An1 ding4 xiang1]
Arras (town in northern France)阿拉斯 [A1 la1 si1]
Asia, Asian, second, next to, inferior, sub-, Taiwan pr. ya3亚 [ya4]
Asia, Asian, second, next to, inferior, sub-, Taiwan pr. ya3亞 [ya4]
Aswan (town in south Egypt)阿斯旺 [A1 si1 wang4]
awkward, clumsy, dull, inelegant, (polite) my, Taiwan pr. zhuo2拙 [zhuo1]
Baidi town in Chongqing 重慶|重庆, north of the Changjiang, an important tourist attraction白帝城 [Bai2 di4 cheng2]
Bashi channel across south Taiwan巴士海峡 [Ba1 shi4 hai3 xia2]
Bashi channel across south Taiwan巴士海峽 [Ba1 shi4 hai3 xia2]
Bastia (French town on Corsica island)巴斯蒂亚 [ba1 si1 di4 ya4]
Bastia (French town on Corsica island)巴斯蒂亞 [ba1 si1 di4 ya4]
Batang (town in Kham prov. of Tibet, pres. Sichuan)巴塘 [Ba1 tang2]
Batna, town in eastern Algeria巴特納 [Ba1 te4 na4]
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