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   FlashCard of the Chinese Character 汉
Trad.
Radical
Radical
(Bushou)
Strokes 4
Composition
Strokes 5
Structure
Decomp. 氵又
Prononciation
Mandarin hàn
Entry Methods
Pinyin han4
Kanji /
Cangjie
EE
水水
Sijiao 371.4
Wubi ICY
CNS 11643 F-2166
Encodages (hexa)
Unicode U+6C49
GB2312 BABA
 hàn man
Results beginning with 汉
 Hàn huà to sinicize / sinicization / (software) Chinese localization
 hàn zì Chinese character / CL:個|个[ge4] / Japanese: kanji / Korean: hanja / Vietnamese: hán tự
 Hàn yǔ Chinese language / CL:門|门[men2]
 hàn zi man / fellow / (dialect) husband
 Hàn zú Han ethnic group
 Hàn chéng Hanseong, former name of Seoul (capital of South Korea), replaced in 2005 with 首爾|首尔[Shou3 er3]
 hàn bǎo hamburger (loanword)
 Hàn rén Han Chinese person or people
 Hàn kǒu Hankou, part of Wuhan 武漢|武汉 / at the junction of Han river and Changjiang in Hubei
 Hàn jiān traitor (to China)
 Hàn dài the Han dynasty (206 BC-220 AD)
 Hàn sī Hans (name)
 Hàn cháo Han Dynasty (206 BC-220 AD)
 Hàn shū History of the Former Han Dynasty, second of the 24 dynastic histories 二十四史[Er4 shi2 si4 Shi3], composed by Ban Gu 班固[Ban1 Gu4] in 82 during Eastern Han (later Han), 100 scrolls
 Hàn jiāng Han River
 Hàn Yīng Chinese-English
 Hàn wén Chinese written language / Chinese literature esp. as taught abroad
 Hàn shuǐ Han River (Hanshui)
 hàn fú traditional Han Chinese dress
 Hàn sēn Hansen or Hanson (name)
 hàn xīn Hanxin
 Hàn xué sinology / Chinese studies (in foreign schools) / Han Learning, a Qing dynasty movement aiming at a philological appraisal of the Classics
 Hàn jiǎn bamboo slip used for record keeping during the Han Dynasty
 Hàn bàn abbr. for 國家漢辦|国家汉办[Guo2 jia1 Han4 ban4], Office of Chinese Language Council International
 Hàn xìng Han surname / Chinese surname
 Hàn bīn Hanbin District of Ankang City 安康市[An1 kang1 Shi4], Shaanxi
 Hàn chuān Hanchuan county level city in Xiaogan 孝感[Xiao4 gan3], Hubei
 Hàn gū Hangu former district of Tianjin, now part of Binhai subprovincial district 濱海新區|滨海新区[Bin1 hai3 xin1 qu1]
 Hàn nán Hannan district of Wuhan city 武漢市|武汉市[Wu3 han4 shi4], Hubei
 Hàn qiāng Wuhan accent
寿 Hàn shòu Hanshou county in Changde 常德[Chang2 de2], Hunan
 Hàn tái Hantai District of Hanzhong City 漢中市|汉中市[Han4 zhong1 Shi4], Shaanxi
 Hàn yáng Hanyang county in Hubei province / historical name Hanyang for Seoul, Korea
 Hàn yīn Hanyin County in Ankang 安康[An1 kang1], Shaanxi
 Hàn yuán Hanyuan county in Ya'an 雅安[Ya3 an1], Sichuan
 Hàn zhōng Hanzhong prefecture-level city in Shaanxi
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 Hàn nuò wēi Hanover
 hàn bái yù white marble / a type of white marble used for building and sculpting
 hàn bǎo bāo hamburger (loanword)
 Hàn Gāo zǔ posthumous name of the first Han emperor Liu Bang 劉邦|刘邦 / (256 or 247-195 BC), reigned 202-195 BC
 Hàn Wén dì Emperor Wen of Han (202-157 BC), fourth Han emperor, personal name Liu Heng 劉恆|刘恒[Liu2 Heng2], reigned 180-157 BC
 Hàn Xiàn dì Emperor Xian of Han (181-234), the final Han emperor, set up by Dong Zhuo 董卓, reigned 189-220, forced to abdicate 220 by Cao Pi 曹丕
 hàn xué jiā sinologist / scholar of Chinese
 Hàn bǎo wáng Burger King (fast food restaurant)
 Hàn bīn Qū Hanbin District of Ankang City 安康市[An1 kang1 Shi4], Shaanxi
 Hàn chuān shì Hanchuan county level city in Xiaogan 孝感[Xiao4 gan3], Hubei
 Hàn fú sī Hønefoss, city (and soccer team) in Buskerud, Norway
 Hàn gū qū Hangu former district of Tianjin, now part of Binhai subprovincial district 濱海新區|滨海新区[Bin1 hai3 xin1 qu1]
 hàn lì bǎo Hang
 Hàn Míng Dì Emperor Ming of Han (28-75), Western Han Dynasty Emperor 58-75
 Hàn mín zú Han ethnic group
 Hàn nán qū Hannan district of Wuhan city 武漢市|武汉市[Wu3 han4 shi4], Hubei
 Hàn ná Shān Hallasan Mountain or Mount Halla, highest mountain in South Korea
 Hàn ní bá Hannibal (name) / Hannibal Barca (247-183 BC), Carthaginian general
 hàn sēn xiàn Hanson
寿 Hàn shòu xiàn Hanshou county in Changde 常德[Chang2 de2], Hunan
 Hàn sì jùn four Han commanderies in north Korea 108 BC-c. 300 AD
 Hàn tái Qū Hantai District of Hanzhong City 漢中市|汉中市[Han4 zhong1 shi4], Shaanxi
 hàn tān jiāng Hantan
 Hàn wàng zhèn Hanwang town in Mianzhu county, Deying 德阳 / prefecture, Sichuan
 Hàn Wǔ dì Emperor Wu of the Han dynasty (141-87 BC)
 Hàn Xuān dì Emperor Xuan (91-48 BC) of the Former Han Dynasty, reigned 74-48 BC
 Hàn xué xì institute of Sinology / faculty of Sinology
 Hàn yáng qū Hanyang district of Wuhan city 武漢市|武汉市[Wu3 han4 shi4], Hubei
 Hàn yīn Xiàn Hanyin County in Ankang 安康[An1 kang1], Shaanxi
 Hàn Yuán dì Yuan Emperor, reign name of Han Dynasty emperor Liu Shi 劉奭|刘奭[Liu2 Shi4], (74-33 BC), reigned 48-33 BC
 Hàn yuán xiàn Hanyuan county in Ya'an 雅安[Ya3 an1], Sichuan
 Hàn zhōng Shì Hanzhong prefecture-level city in Shaanxi
 Hàn yǔ Pīn yīn Hanyu Pinyin, the pinyin transliteration system used in PRC since the 1960s
 Hàn mì ěr dùn Hamilton (name) / Hamilton, capital of Bermuda
  United Nations Convention on the Carriage of Goods by Sea / Hamburg Rules
 hàn fú yùn dòng Hanfu
 hàn mí ěr dùn Hamilton,
 Hàn mò Wèi chū late Han and early Wei (roughly, first half of 3rd century AD)
 hàn pǔ dùn xiàn Hampton
 Hàn sà tóng méng Hanseatic League
 hàn sēn shì bìng leprosy / Hansen's disease
 hàn tā bìng dú Hantavirus (a family deadly rodent-borne viruses) responsible for hemorrhagic fever with renal syndrome or cardiopulmonary syndrome
 hàn tǎn bìng dú Hantavirus (a family deadly rodent-borne viruses) responsible for hemorrhagic fever with renal syndrome or cardiopulmonary syndrome
 Hàn Yīng hù yì Chinese and English two-way translation
 Hàn Zàng yǔ xì Sino-Tibetan language family
 Hàn zhōng dì qū Hanzhong prefecture, Shaanxi
 hàn zì zì tǐ calligraphic style of Chinese characters / typeface / font
 Hàn zéi bù liǎng lì lit. Shu Han 蜀漢|蜀汉[Shu3 Han4] and Cao Wei 曹魏[Cao2 Wei4] cannot coexist (idiom) / fig. two enemies cannot live under the same sky / (former KMT slogan against CPC) "gentlemen and thieves cannot coexist"
 Hàn chéng Tè bié shì Hanseong Special Metropolitan City, old name for Seoul, capital of Korea
 Hàn Gāo zǔ Liú Bāng Liu Bang (256 or 247-195 BC), first Han emperor, reigned 207-195 BC
 Hàn wén dì Liú héng Liu Heng (202-157 BC), the fourth Han emperor Han Wendi, reigned 180-157 BC
 Hàn yǔ Dà Cí diǎn Hanyu Da Cidian, the most comprehensive Chinese dictionary with over 375,000 word entries, first published between 1986-1994
 Hàn yǔ Dà Zì diǎn Hanyu Da Zidian, one of the most comprehensive Chinese character dictionaries with 54,678 (and later 60,370) entries, first published between 1986-1990
 hàn zì chá zì fǎ look-up method for Chinese characters
  Seoul Millennium Declaration
  Seoul Plan of Action
 hàn chéng hé zuò kuàng jià Seoul Framework for Cooperation
 Hàn yǔ Shuǐ píng Kǎo shì HSK (Chinese Proficiency Test)
  Seoul Declaration on an Ethical Renaissance
  Hamburg Declaration on Adult Learning
  Seoul Declaration on Regional Cooperation
 hàn chéng huán jìng dào dé xuān yán Seoul Declaration on Environmental Ethics
 hàn jiāng bìng dú fèi zōng hé zhēng hantivirus pulmonary syndrome
  Honsawatoi Restoration Party
 hàn yǔ jī dū jiào wén huà yán jiū suǒ Institute
Approximate Results for 汉
 Wǔ hàn Wuhan city on Changjiang, subprovincial city and capital of Hubei province
 dà hàn big person / the great Han dynasty
 hǎo hàn hero / strong and courageous person / CL:條|条[tiao2]
 lǎo hàn old man / I (an old man referring to himself)
 Yīng Hàn English-Chinese
 luó hàn abbr. for 阿羅漢|阿罗汉[a1 luo2 han4]
 Dōng hàn Eastern or later Han dynasty, 25-220
西 Xī Hàn Western Han Dynasty (206 BC-8 AD), also called 前漢|前汉[Qian2 Han4], Former Han Dynasty
 Qín Hàn the Qin (221-207 BC) and Han (206 BC-220 AD) dynasties
 yìng hàn man of steel / unyielding, tough guy
 zuì hàn intoxicated man / drunkard
 Shǔ Hàn Shu Han (c. 200-263), Liu Bei's kingdom in Sichuan during the Three Kingdoms, claiming legitimacy as successor of Han
 liǎng Hàn Han dynasty (206 BC-220 AD) / refers to the Western Han and Eastern Han
 lǎn hàn idle fellow / lazybones
 Hòu Hàn Later Han or Eastern Han dynasty (25-220) / Later Han of the Five Dynasties (947-950)
 Tián Hàn Tian Han (1898-1968), author of the words of the PRC national anthem March of the Volunteer Army 義勇軍進行曲|义勇军进行曲
 mǎng hàn fool / muddlehead / boor
 xiāo hàn the sky / the heavens / (fig.) imperial court
 Yín hàn Milky Way / also called 銀河|银河[Yin2 he2]
 è hàn overbearing fiend
 Nán Hàn Southern Han
 shén hàn sorcerer
 Aó hàn Aohan banner or Aokhan khoshuu in Chifeng 赤峰[Chi4 feng1], Inner Mongolia
 Běi Hàn Han of the Five dynasties (951-979), one of ten kingdoms during the Five Dynasties, Ten Kingdoms period (907-960)
 Chéng Hàn Cheng Han of the Sixteen Kingdoms (304-347)
 chǔn hàn fool / ignoramus / dullard
广 Guǎng hàn Guanghan county level city in Deyang 德陽|德阳[De2 yang2], Sichuan
 hāng hàn carrier who carries heavy loads on his shoulder (dialect)
 Jiāng hàn Jianghan district of Wuhan city 武漢市|武汉市[Wu3 han4 shi4], Hubei
 Mǎn Hàn Manchurian-Chinese (relations)
 Qián Hàn Former Han dynasty (206 BC-8 AD), also called 西漢|西汉[Xi1 Han4], Western Han dynasty
 Tiān hàn the Milky Way
 tōu hàn (of a woman) to take a lover
 xiān Hàn pre-Han / China before to 200 BC
 xīng hàn Milky Way / our galaxy
 Xuān hàn Xuanhan county in Dazhou 達州|达州[Da2 zhou1], Sichuan
 yǎng hàn to commit adultery (of married woman)
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 nán zǐ hàn man (i.e. manly, masculine)
 liú làng hàn tramp / wanderer
 dān shēn hàn bachelor / unmarried man
 Luó bīn hàn Robin Hood (English 12th century folk hero)
 mén wài hàn layman
 Hòu Hàn shū History of Eastern Han (later Han), third of the 24 dynastic histories 二十四史[Er4 shi2 si4 Shi3], composed by Fan Ye 範曄|范晔[Fan4 Ye4] in 445 during Song of the Southern Dynasties 南朝宋[Nan2 chao2 Song4], 120 scrolls
 ā luó hàn arhat (Sanskrit) / a holy man who has left behind all earthly desires and concerns and attained nirvana (Buddhism)
 zhuāng jia hàn peasant / farmer
 dié luó hàn human pyramid
 Guān Hàn qīng Guan Hanqing (c. 1235-c. 1300), Yuan dynasty dramatist in the 雜劇|杂剧 / tradition of musical comedy, one of the Four Great Yuan dramatists 元曲四大家
 luó hàn quán luohan quan / arhat boxing (kungfu style)
 Aó hàn qí Aohan banner or Aokhan khoshuu in Chifeng 赤峰[Chi4 feng1], Inner Mongolia
 běi hàn jiāng Bukhan
 Dōng Hàn mò the last years of Eastern Han / the breakup of the Han dynasty around 200 AD
 fù xīn hàn traitor to one's love / heartless rat
 Gāo Běn hàn Bernhard Karlgren (1889-1978), distinguished Swedish linguist and sinologist
广 Guǎng hàn shì Guanghan county level city in Deyang 德陽|德阳[De2 yang2], Sichuan
 Jiāng hàn qū Jianghan district of Wuhan city 武漢市|武汉市[Wu3 han4 shi4], Hubei
 luó hàn bìng snail fever (bilharzia or schistosomiasis), disease caused by schistosome parasitic flatworm
 luó hàn dòu broad bean (Vicia faba) / fava bean / same as 蠶豆|蚕豆
 luó hàn dù potbelly
 luó hàn guǒ sweet fruit of Siraitia grosvenorii (formerly Momordica grosvenori, a gourd of the Curcubitaceae family), grown in Guangxi and used in Chinese medicine
 luó hàn yú flowerhorn cichlid
 nu:3 hàn zi masculine woman
 Nuò dīng hàn Nottingham (city in England)
 Qián Hàn shū History of the Former Han Dynasty, second of the 24 dynastic histories 二十四史[Er4 shi2 si4 Shi3], composed by Ban Gu 班固[Ban1 Gu4] in 82 during Eastern Han (later Han), 100 scrolls
 tǒng Hàn zì Unihan / China Japan Korea (CJK) unified ideographs / abbr. for 中日韓統一表意文字|中日韩统一表意文字[Zhong1 Ri4 Han2 tong3 yi1 biao3 yi4 wen2 zi4]
 tōu hàn zi (of a woman) to take a lover
 tuō kōng hàn liar
 Wǔ hàn shì Wuhan city on Changjiang, subprovincial city and capital of Hubei province
耀 wú yào hàn Richard
 Xuān hàn xiàn Xuanhan county in Dazhou 達州|达州[Da2 zhou1], Sichuan
 yě hàn zi woman's lover
 Wǔ hàn Dà xué Wuhan University
 biāo xíng dà hàn burly chap / husky fellow
 Bái jīn hàn Gōng Buckingham Palace
绿 lu:4 lín hǎo hàn true hero of Greenwood (refers to popular hero in Robin Hood style)
 qì chōng xiāo hàn (idiom) dauntless / courageous / spirited
 zhēng zhēng tiě hàn a strong and determined man (idiom)
 Bái jīn hàn jùn Buckinghamshire (English county)
 Bèi kè hàn mǔ Beckenham or Beckham (name) / David Beckham (1975-), British midfield footballer
 Chǔ Hàn Xiāng zhēng see 楚漢戰爭|楚汉战争[Chu3 Han4 Zhan4 zheng1]
 Chǔ Hàn Zhàn zhēng Chu-Han Contention (206-202 BC), power struggle between Liu Bang 劉邦|刘邦[Liu2 Bang1] of Han and Xiang Yu 項羽|项羽[Xiang4 Yu3] of Chu
 Chǔ hé Hàn jiè lit. the river that divides Chu and Han / fig. a line that divides rival territories / the mid-line between sides on a Chinese chessboard
 Dōng guān Hàn jì History of Later Han dynasty, internal palace record by many 1st and 2nd century authors, 143 scrolls
 Dōng Hàn mò nián the last years of Eastern Han / the breakup of the Han dynasty around 200 AD
 Dōng xiàn hàn jì Records of the Eastern Han, model for History of Later Han 後漢書|后汉书
 fàn hàn duì yīn Sanskrit-Chinese transliteration
 Gé lā hàn mǔ Graham or Graeme (name)
 Guó jiā Hàn bàn Office of Chinese Language Council International (known colloquially as "Hanban"), an organ of the PRC government which develops Chinese language and culture teaching resources worldwide, and has established Confucius Institutes 孔子學院|孔子学院[Kong3 zi3 Xue2 yuan4] internationally / abbr. to 漢辦|汉办[Han4 ban4]
 Jié yī hàn gǎng Ceyhan (Turkish Mediterranean port)
 Mǎn Hàn quán xí the Manchu Han imperial feast, a legendary banquet in the Qing dynasty / (fig.) a sumptuous banquet
 Nuò dīng hàn jùn Nottinghamshire (English county)
 shàng gǔ Hàn yǔ Old Chinese (linguistics)
 Wǔ hàn dì qū the Wuhan area
 Yīng Hàn duì yì English-Chinese parallel text
 yīng xióng hǎo hàn heroes
 Yuè Hàn Tiě lù Canton-Hankou Railway, linking Guangzhou and Wuchang, incorporated since 1957 into the Jing-Guang Railway 京廣鐵路|京广铁路[Jing1 Guang3 Tie3 lu4]
 zhōng gǔ Hàn yǔ Middle Chinese (linguistics)
 dà Hàn zú zhǔ yì Greater Han nationalism
 mí zōng luó hàn quán Mizongyi, Mizong, My Jhong Law Horn - "Lost Track Fist" (Chinese Martial Art)
  Rahanwein Resistance Army
 gǔ gēn hàn měi shù guǎn Solomon
 Liáng Táng Jìn Hàn Zhōu shū another name for History of the Five Dynasties between Tang and Song 舊五代史|旧五代史
 nán zǐ hàn dà zhàng fu (coll.) he-man
 Shāng wù Hàn yǔ Kǎo shì Business Chinese Test (BCT)
 Wǔ hàn Gāng tiě Gōng sī Wuhan Iron and Steel
 bù dào Cháng chéng fēi hǎo hàn lit. until you reach the Great Wall, you're not a proper person / fig. to get over difficulties before reaching the goal
饿 bǎo hàn bù zhī è hàn jī The well-fed cannot know how the starving suffer (idiom).
 hǎo hàn bù chī yǎn qián kuī a wise man knows better than to fight when the odds are against him (idiom)
 shēn zài Cáo yíng xīn zài Hàn live in Cao camp but have the heart in Han camp (idiom.) / to be somewhere while longing to be somewhere else
 hǎo hàn bù tí dāng nián yǒng a real man doesn't boast about his past achievements (idiom)
 hǎo hàn zuò shì hǎo hàn dāng daring to act and courageous enough to take responsibility for it (idiom) / a true man has the courage to accept the consequences of his actions / the buck stops here
 A1 ěr hàn gé ěr sī kè zhōu Arkhangelsk Oblast, Russia
 Dé guó Hàn shā Háng kōng Gōng sī Deutsche Lufthansa AG
 hǎo hàn zuò shì , hǎo hàn dāng daring to act and courageous enough to take responsibility for it / a true man has the courage to accept the consequences of his actions / the buck stops here
 Jù wú bà hàn bǎo bāo Zhǐ shù Big Mac Index, a measure of the purchasing power parity (PPP) between currencies
 Dì èr cì Hàn zì Jiǎn huà Fāng àn Second Chinese Character Simplification Scheme (second round of simplified Chinese characters, proposed in 1977 and retracted in 1986) / abbr. to 二簡|二简[er4 jian3]
 tōng yòng Hàn zì biāo zhǔn jiāo huàn mǎ UCS, Chinese character coding adopted in PRC 1986 / abbr. to 通用碼|通用码[tong1 yong4 ma3]
  Seoul Declaration on Participatory and Transparent Governance
  Hamilton Statement on Managing Shared Waters
 lǎo zi yīng xióng ér hǎo hàn , lǎo zi fǎn dòng ér hún dàn If the father is a hero, the son is a real man. If the father is a reactionary, the son is a bastard. (Cultural Revolution slogan) / fig. like father, like son
  Baku-Tbilisi-Ceyhan Export Oil Pipeline

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