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thong (underwear)
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surname Ding
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fourth of the ten Heavenly Stems 十天干 / fourth in order / letter "D" or Roman "IV" in list "A, B, C", or "I, II, III" etc / ancient Chinese compass point: 195° / butyl / cubes (of food)
HSK 6
Kenting, a national park on the southern tip of Taiwan, popular as a tourist destination (abbr. for 墾丁國家公園|垦丁国家公园)
pudding (loanword)
Latin (language)
Latin America
Martin (name)
Latin / (in former times) to press-gang / to kidnap and force people into service
Tintin, cartoon character
sound of chopping wood, chess pieces hitting the board etc
lilac (Syringia vulgaris) / clove (Eugenia aromatica)
patch (for mending clothes, tires etc) / (software) patch
kart racing
Aladdin, character in one of the tales in the The Book of One Thousand and One Nights
butane
Edinburgh, capital of Scotland
Austin or Austen (name) / Austin, Texas / also written 奧斯汀
Aden
Kenting National Park on the Hengchun Peninsula 恆春半島|恒春半岛, Pingtung county, south Taiwan
Odin (god in Norse mythology)
orange (fruit) (Tw)
gardener
(old) servant hired to keep guard, run errands etc
thirty-fourth year D10 of the 60 year cycle, e.g. 1957 or 2017
to add a son to the family
diced chicken meat
Nottingham (city in England)
lilac
adult male
sardine (loanword)
Kung Pao Chicken / spicy diced chicken
satin (textile) (loanword)
Dante Alighieri (1265-1321), Italian poet, author of the Divine Comedy 神曲
see 丁克
a tiny bit / a wee bit
T-shaped
martini (loanword)
Martin Luther (1483-1546), key figure of the Protestant Reformation
twenty-fourth year D12 of the 60 year cycle, e.g. 2007 or 2067
variant of 叮嚀|叮咛
number of people in a family / population / (old) adult males / male servants
fourth year D4 of the 60 year cycle, e.g. 1987 or 2047
butene or butylene C4H8
diced meat
T-bone steak
butyraldehyde / butanal
fifty-fourth year D6 of the 60 year cycle, e.g. 1977 or 2037
tiny bit
Saint Vincent and the Grenadines (Tw)
butadiene C4H6 / biethylene
Ding Lei (1971-), founder and CEO of NetEase 網易|网易
able-bodied man (capable of fighting in a war)
suddenly / by surprise
(of a male) to come of age / an adult male
Aston Martin
Gulf of Aden
Sint Maarten, island country in the Caribbean
chicken with cashew nuts
Aberdeen (city on east coast of Scotland)
St Augustine / Aurelius Augustinus (354-430), theologian and Christian philosopher / Sankt Augustin, suburb of Beuel, Bonn, Germany
Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
chitin
Sardinia
butyl glycol
(literary) to be in mourning after the death of a parent
Martin Luther King, Jr. (1929-1968), American clergyman and civil rights activist
chitin
Sardinia
(Tw) Vladimir Putin (1952-), president of Russia
Latin (language)
suddenly
Wu Ding (c. 14th century BC), legendary founder and wise ruler of Shang dynasty
(in ancient times) a man old enough for corvée or military service
variant of 伶仃
Saladin (c. 1138-1193)
Dêngqên county, Tibetan: Steng chen rdzong, in Chamdo prefecture 昌都地區|昌都地区, Tibet
Ding Ling (1904-1986), female novelist, author of novel The Sun Shines over the Sanggan River 太陽照在桑乾河上|太阳照在桑干河上, attacked during the 1950s as anti-Party
Dêngqên county, Tibetan: Steng chen rdzong, in Chamdo prefecture 昌都地區|昌都地区, Tibet
Latin dance
T-square / set square (carpenter's tool)
gong bao chicken / spicy diced chicken
Nottinghamshire (English county)
(onom.) ding dong / jingling of bells / clanking sound
carnitine (loanword) (biochemistry)
tetrose (CH2O)4, monosaccharide with four carbon atoms
Manchurian foot soldier
Ding Ji (1917-1944), real name Li Baicen 李百岑, journalist based in Yanan, martyr of the revolution
butyl group (chemistry)
isobutane
(medicine) dolantin (loanword) / pethidine
Blu-tack (brand)
Ayding Lake (Aydingkol) in Xinjiang
Huntington's disease
Latin square (math. puzzle)
Borodin (name) / Alexander Borodin (1833-1887), Russian chemist and composer
butyrolactone
T-step (basic dance position, with the feet forming a T shape)
(literary) to be in mourning after the death of a parent
(old) member of local militia

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