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 zhuàn seal (of office) / seal script (a calligraphic style) / the small seal 小 / / and great seal 大 / / writing in seal script
 Qín zhuàn seal script as unified by the Qin dynasty / the small seal 小 / / and great seal 大 /
 zhòu (writing) / to develop / seal script used throughout the pre-Han period
 zhuàn shū seal script (Chinese calligraphic style)
 zhòu shū seal script used throughout the pre-Han period  
 zhòu wén seal script used throughout the pre-Han period
 niǎo chóng shū bird writing, a calligraphic style based on seal script 篆 / / , but with characters decorated as birds and insects  
 lì shū clerical script / official script (Chinese calligraphic style)
 cǎo shū grass script / cursive script (Chinese calligraphic style)
 xíng shū running script / semi-cursive script (Chinese calligraphic style)  
 Shǐ zhòu piān Shizhoupian, early school primer in great seal script 大 / / [da4 zhuan4], attributed to King Xuan of Zhou 周 / / / [Zhou1 Xuan1 wang2] but probably dating from c. 500 BC  
 yìn xǐ official seal / imperial or royal seal / papal bull  
 yìn jiàn seal impression / stamp / mark from a seal serving as signature
 jiǎ gǔ wén oracle script / oracle bone inscriptions (an early form of Chinese script)  
 fēng bì to seal / to close / to confine / to seal off / to close down / sealed / confined / closed / unreceptive
 jiā fēng to seal up (a door with a paper seal, or a document) / to confer an additional title on a nobleman  
 yìn hé seal case / box for seal and ink pad  
 yìn xìn official seal / legally binding seal
 jiǎ gǔ wén zì oracle script / oracle bone character (an early form of Chinese script)  
 bāo fēng to seal / to close up a package with a seal  
 guān fáng security measures (esp. border security) / official seal (esp. military seal during Qing and Ming times)
 yìn bà zi seal of authority / official seal
 tái cí an actor's lines / script
 xǐ ruler's seal
 fú ribbon for a seal / sash
 shòu cord on a seal  
 jiān letters / to close / to seal
 qián latch of door / seal  
 jiǎo běn script
 kǎi model / pattern / regular script (calligraphic style)
 kǎi tǐ regular script (Chinese calligraphic style)
 kǎi shū regular script (Chinese calligraphic style)
 yīn jié tǐ syllabic script  
 jù běn script for play, opera, movie etc / screenplay / scenario
 zhēn shū regular script (one of the calligraphic styles of Chinese characters)
 jì hao notation / seal
 guó xǐ seal of state  
稿 gǎo zi draft of a document / script / manuscript / mental plan / precedent
 kǎi zì regular script (one of the calligraphic styles of Chinese characters)  
 jiǎo běn yǔ yán script  
 zhēng kǎi regular script (sim. to block capitals)
 yuàn běn script for opera (esp. in Yuan times)
 tóu wén zì initial / first letter of word (in Latin script)  
 Huá wén Chinese language / Chinese script  
 shì wén interpreting words / to explain the meaning of words in classic texts / to decipher an old script  
 jiāo juàn to hand in one's examination script
 xíng cǎo semi-cursive script
 Zhōng Yáo Zhong Yao (151-230), minister of Cao Wei 曹 / / and noted calligrapher, said to have developed the regular script 楷 /  
 jiǎ gǔ tortoise shell and animal bones used in divination / oracle bone inscriptions (an early form of Chinese script)  
稿 shǒu gǎo manuscript / script  
 bì guān to close the passes / to seal off the country / seclusion (monastic practice, e.g. of Chan Buddhists)
 fēng suǒ to blockade / to seal off
 chuō jì stamp / seal
 gài yìn to affix a seal  
 yù bǎo imperial seal  
 fēng tiáo seal
 chuō r stamp / seal
 xǐ variant of 璽 / |玺 / ruler's seal  
 gài zhāng to affix a seal (to sth)
 yìn pǔ collection of seal stamps  
 xǐ yìn seal (esp. of ruler)  
"签";  Seal the Deal!  
 tú zhāng stamp / seal / CL:方 / [fang1]
 yìn zhèng to seal / to confirm / to corroborate / to verify
 mí fēng to sign across the seal (as a precaution against fraud)  
 fēng zhuāng to encapsulate / to enclose / to wrap / to seal inside
 huáng jīng King Solomon's Seal (genus polygonatum)  
 Zhāng Xù Zhang Xu (probably early 8th century), Tang dynasty poet and calligrapher, most famous for his grass script 草 / / |草 /  
 fú mark / sign / talisman / to seal / to correspond to / tally / symbol / written charm / to coincide
 zhāng chapter / section / clause / movement (of symphony) / seal / badge / regulation / order
 niǎo zhuàn bird characters (a decorated form of the Great Seal)  
 zhōng dǐng wén bell-cauldron script / the 籀 / / form of Chinese character used in metal inscriptions
 fēng to confer / to grant / to bestow a title / to seal / classifier for sealed objects, esp. letters
 yìn niǔ decorated knob protruding from seal, allowing it to be strung on a cord  
 yìn niǔ decorated knob protruding from seal, allowing it to be strung on a cord  
 fēng wǎng to seal a net (e.g. in tennis) / to block (a network) / Internet censorship
 hù fēng dust jacket (of a book) / protective cover / document seal  
 wén zì character / script / writing / written language / writing style / phraseology / CL:個 / |个 / [ge4]
 zhèng zì to correct an erroneously written character / regular script (calligraphy) / standard form (of a character or spelling)
 shuāng xiàng wén zì bidirectional script  
 wà nà shòu fur seal / Callorhinus ursinus Linnaeus
 wà nà qí penis and testes of fur seal (used in TCM)  
 xián zhāng recreative seal, bearing not the owner's name but a well-known verse or such, and used for artistic purposes on paintings etc  
 Xù lì yà wén Syriac language (from c. 2nd century BC) / the Syriac script  
 sǐ wén zì dead language / indecipherable script  
 piàn jiǎ míng katakana (Japanese script)  
 píng jiǎ míng hiragana (Japanese script)  
 Zhōng Yáo Zhong Yao (151-230), minister of Cao Wei 曹 / / [Cao2 Wei4] and noted calligrapher, said to have developed the regular script 楷 / / |楷 / / [kai3 shu1]  
 Wēi lì Wylie (name) / Turrell Wylie, originator of the Wylie transcription of Tibetan script  
 yìn zhāng seal / signet / chop / stamp / CL:方 / [fang1]
 jīn yìn golden seal / characters tattooed on a convict's face  
 fēng pí outer skin / envelope / cover / (legal) seal
 fēng cún to sequester / to seal up (for safe keeping) / to freeze (an account) / to mothball
 yìn bí decorated knob protruding from seal, allowing it to be strung on a cord  
 fēng gài cap / seal / cover / to cover / blocked shot (basketball)  
 chá fēng to sequester / to seize (assets) / to seal up / to close down
 háng huī airline emblem / travel company seal  
 yù zhú angular Solomon's seal / Polygonatum odoratum  
 wěi ruí angular Solomon's seal (Polygonatum odoratum)  
 yìn ní red ink paste used for seal

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