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 Kuí one-legged mountain demon of Chinese mythology / Chinese mythical figure who invented music and dancing / Chinese rain god / surname Kui  
 sān zú wū three-legged Golden Crow that lives in the sun (in northeast Asian and Chinese mythology) / Korean: samjog'o  
 sān zú jīn wū three-legged Golden Crow that lives in the sun (in northeast Asian and Chinese mythology) / Korean: samjog'o  
 chī mountain demon  
 luó quān tuǐ bow-legged / bandy-legged  
 Bù zhōu Shān Buzhou Mountain, a mountain from Chinese legend  
 Nu:3 wā / wa (creator of humans in Chinese mythology)  
 Dōng jūn Lord of the East, the sun God of Chinese mythology  
 Ruì Shī Rui Shi, Auspicious Lions of Chinese mythology  
 Mǎ Miàn Horse-Face, one of the two guardians of the underworld in Chinese mythology  
 Shān hǎi jīng Classic of Mountain and Sea, probably compiled c. 500 BC-200 BC, contains wide range of geography, mythology, witchcraft, popular customs etc  
 Tài jí the Absolute or Supreme Ultimate, the source of all things according to some interpretations of Chinese mythology  
 Huáng quán the Yellow Springs / the underworld of Chinese mythology / the equivalent of Hades or Hell
 Nu:3 wā shì / wa (creator of humans in Chinese mythology)  
 Chéng Huáng Shing Wong (deity in Chinese mythology)
 Pán gǔ Pangu (creator of the universe in Chinese mythology)
 jiǔ quán the nine springs / the underworld of Chinese mythology / Hades
 Pán gǔ shì Pangu (creator of the universe in Chinese mythology)  
 Wú zhī qí a water goblin in Chinese mythology usually depicted as a monkey  
 hùn dùn primal chaos / formless mass before creation in Chinese mythology / muddled / innocent as a baby
 Cháng bái shān Changbai or Baekdu mountains 白 / / / |白 / / / , volcanic mountain range between Jilin province and North Korea, prominent in Manchu and Korean mythology  
 Bái tóu shān Baekdu or Changbai mountains 長 / / / |长 / / / , volcanic mountain range between Jilin province and North Korea, prominent in Manchu and Korean mythology  
 Dōng Hǎi East China Sea / East Sea (Chinese mythology and ancient geography)  
 Cháng é Chang'e, the lady in the moon (Chinese mythology) / one of the Chang'e series of PRC lunar spacecraft
 Léi Gōng Lei Gong or Duke of Thunder, the God of Thunder in Chinese mythology  
 Xíng tiān Xingtian, headless giant hero of Chinese mythology decapitated by the Yellow Emperor 黃 / / |黄 / / [Huang2 di4]  
 Lǎo ye lǐng Chinese name for Sichote-Alin mountain range in Russia's Primorsky Krai around Vladivostok  
 lǐng mountain range / mountain ridge
 yuè high mountain / highest peak of a mountain ridge
 xiāo long-legged spider  
 qí three legged cauldron (old) / woodworking chisel (old)  
 yǎn the appearance of a mountain, as if two pots were standing one upon the other / the steep bank of a stream a rough mountain path  
 gù steep-sided flat-topped mountain / mesa / (element in mountain names)  
 fēng (of a mountain) high and tapered peak or summit / mountain-like in appearance / highest level / classifier for camels
 shān shì topography of a mountain / features of a mountain
 shān yuè mountain / hill / lofty mountain
 shān mountain / hill / anything that resembles a mountain / CL:座 / [zuo4] / bundled straw in which silkworms spin cocoons / gable
 Huá qiáo overseas Chinese / (in a restricted sense) Chinese emigrant who still retains Chinese nationality / CL:個 / |个 / [ge4],位 / [wei4],名 / [ming2]  
 Huá yì ethnic Chinese / non-Chinese citizen of Chinese ancestry
 Gāo Xíng jiàn Gao Xingjian (1940-), Chinese novelist and Nobel laureate, author of Soul Mountain 靈 / / |灵 /  
 dēng fēng to climb a mountain / to scale a peak / mountain climbing / mountaineering  
 Zhōng nán shān Zhongnan mountain, near Xi'an / also known as Taiyi Mountain  
 Pǎo mǎ shān Paoma Mountain, or Lhamotse Mountain, in Kangding康 / / , Sichuan四 /  
 shān yāo halfway up a mountain / lit. waist of mountain
 shān hóng mountain flash flood / mountain torrent
 diān same as 巔 / |巅 / [dian1] / summit / mountain peak / mountain top  
 Guó yǔ Chinese language (Mandarin), emphasizing its national nature / Chinese as a primary or secondary school subject / Chinese in the context of the Nationalist Government / Guoyu, book of historical narrative c. 10th-5th century BC
 cháng sit cross-legged / walk back and forth  
 pán xī cross-legged  
 jiā to sit cross-legged  
 shāo long-legged spider  
 xiāo long-legged spider  
 Zhōng wén Chinese / Chinese written language / Chinese writing
 lì ancient ceramic three-legged vessel used for cooking with cord markings on the outside and hollow legs  
 jué role (theater) / to compete / ancient three legged wine vessel / third note of pentatonic scale
 quán shí gāo huāng lit. mountain springs and rocks in one's heart (idiom) / a deep love of mountain scenery  
 luó chà demon in Buddhism / poltergeist in temple that plays tricks on monks and has a taste for their food  
 huǒ yàn shān Mountain of Flames of legend / fig. insurmountable obstacle / Mountain of Flames in Turpan depression in Xinjiang  
 hú guāng shān sè scenic lakes and mountain (idiom) / beautiful lake and mountain landscape  
 bā shān yuè lǐng to climb hills and pass over mountains (idiom) / to cross mountain after mountain / good at climbing mountains  
 xiōng shà demon / fiend  
 xiōng shén demon / fiend
 xiōng shēn demon / fiend  
 è mó demon / fiend
 è shà demon / fiend  
 mèi demon / magic / to charm  
 fēng huí lù zhuǎn the mountain road twists around each new peak (idiom) / (of a mountain road) twisting and turning / fig. an opportunity has come unexpectedly / things have taken a new turn
 yāo goblin / witch / devil / bewitching / enchanting / monster / phantom / demon
 xiāo elf / demon  
 shén líng god / spirit / demon / occult or supernatural entities in general
 pán tuǐ to sit cross-legged / to sit in the lotus position
 mèng mó night demon (malign spirit believed to plague people during sleep)  
 shān qū huǒ bàn guān xì International Partnership for Sustainable Development in Mountain Regions / Mountain Partnership  
 bá drought demon  
 Bā bā Niáng rě Peranakan Chinese (Baba-Nyonya), an ethnic group of Chinese residing in the Malay peninsula (also known as Straits Chinese)  
 guó xué Chinese national culture / studies of ancient Chinese civilization / the Imperial College (history)
 rén yāo freak / demon / transvestite / transsexual / ladyboy / written r.y. in current slang  
 shén guài spirits and devils (usually harmful) / demon
 chī mèi spirits and devils (usually harmful) / demon
 nán variant of 楠 / , Machilus nanmu / Chinese cedar / Chinese giant redwood  
 Hàn huà Chinese localization / to convert sth into Chinese  
 Zhōng yī traditional Chinese medical science / a doctor trained in Chinese medicine
 Hàn wén Chinese written language / Chinese literature esp. as taught abroad  
 nán Machilus nanmu / Chinese cedar / Chinese giant redwood
 Huá wén Chinese language / Chinese script  
 zhōng zī Chinese capital / Chinese enterprise  
 wēn shén demon personifying pestilence  
 Mó zhàng Mara (the demon of temptation)  
 Hàn xué studies of classical Chinese back to the Han / Chinese studies (in foreign schools)  
 guǐ mèi demon / monster
 xiǎo yāo small demon  
  International Partnership for Sustainable Development in Mountain Regions / Mountain Partnership  
 chǐ a Chinese foot / one-third of a meter / a ruler / a tape-measure / one of the three acupoints for measuring pulse in Chinese medicine / CL:支 / [zhi1],把 / [ba3]
 yāo mó demon
 xiǎo guǐ little demon (term of endearment for a child) / mischievous child / imp
 Zhōng cān Chinese meal / Chinese food / CL:份 / [fen4],頓 / |顿 / [dun4]  
 shú dì cultivated land / in Chinese medicine, preparation from rhizome of Chinese foxglove (Rehmannia glutinosa)
 bái tóu wēng root of Chinese pulsatilla / Chinese bulbul  
 gài lán Chinese broccoli / Chinese kale / cabbage mustard / Brassica oleracea var. alboglabra / also pr. [jie4 lan2]  
 běn cǎo a book on Chinese (herbal) medicine / Chinese materia medica  

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