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  *家* | 家* | *家
home / family / (polite) my (sister, uncle etc) / classifier for families or businesses / refers to the philosophical schools of pre-Han China / noun suffix for a specialist in some activity, such as a musician or revolutionary, corresponding to English -ist, -er, -ary or -ian / CL: 個|个
older sister / CL: 個|个
younger sister / young woman / CL: 個|个
(coll.) older brother's wife / sister-in-law / CL: 個|个
  *妹* | 妹* | *妹
younger sister
sisters / siblings / sister (school, city etc)
  *姐* | 姐* | *姐
older sister
(dialect) younger sister / girl
little sister / girl / (Tw) young female employee working in a low-level role dealing with the public (assistant, waitress, attendant etc)
brothers and sisters / siblings
big sister / elder sister / older sister (also polite term of address for a girl or woman slightly older than the speaker)
(older and younger) sisters / sister (school, city etc)
  *姨* | 姨* | *姨
mother's sister / aunt
little sister / little girl / (coll.) vulva
(coll.) wife's younger sister / sister-in-law
nun or sister (of the Roman Catholic or Greek Orthodox churches)
  *嫂* | 嫂* | *嫂
older brother's wife / sister-in-law
(coll.) mother's sister / maternal aunt
older brother's wife / sister-in-law / elder sister (respectful appellation for an older married woman)
beautiful sisters
(coll.) older sister's husband
  *姑* | 姑* | *姑
paternal aunt / husband's sister / husband's mother (old) / nun / for the time being (literary)
mother's sister / maternal aunt
younger sister
(coll.) father's married sister / paternal aunt
to become sworn brothers or sisters / sworn (brothers)
sister's son / wife's sibling's son
(of siblings) having the same father but different mothers / half (brother or sister)
  *姊* | 姊* | *姊
older sister / Taiwan pr. [jie3]
older brother's wife / sister-in-law / (polite address to a younger married woman) sister
father's sister's husband / husband of paternal aunt / uncle
(Tw) female gang leader / female boss / big sister
  *姒* | 姒* | *姒
wife or senior concubine of husbands older brother (old) / elder sister (old)
(coll.) wife's elder sister / sister-in-law
(of siblings) having the same mother but different fathers / half (brother or sister)
younger sister's husband
(female usage) older sister (loanword from Korean "eonni")
  *娲* | 娲* | *娲
surname Wa / sister of legendary emperor Fu Xi 伏羲
sister's daughter / wife's sibling's daughter
auntie, youngest of sisters in mother's family
older sister / Taiwan pr. [jie3 jie5]
  *媭* | 媭* | *媭
(dialect) elder sister (old)
(coll.) father's father's sister / great aunt
son-in-law (used by wife's family) / uncle (husband of father's sister)
father's oldest sister / husband's older sister / sister-in-law
mother's sister's husband / husband of mother's sister
auntie, eldest of sisters in mother's family
wives of brothers / sisters-in-law
younger brother's wife / sister-in-law
husband's younger sister / sister-in-law
father's sister / paternal aunt
auntie, third eldest of sisters in mother's family
son of grandfather's sister / son of grandmother's brother or sister / father's younger male cousin / (Hong Kong slang) mainlander
grandfather's sister / sister of a woman's father-in-law
father's sister's daughters / maternal female cousin
mother's sister's husband / husband of mother's sister
husband's sister / (coll.) Buddhist nun
lit. to present oneself confidently to the emperor, without makeup (as did the sister of Yang Guifei 楊貴妃|杨贵妃) (idiom) / fig. (of a woman) to show one's natural features, without makeup / to present oneself just as one is, without artifice
  *甥* | 甥* | *甥
sister's son / nephew
husband of mother's sister / uncle
sister-in-law / wife's older sister
father's sister's husband / husband of paternal aunt / uncle
auntie, second eldest of sisters in mother's family
husbands of sisters / brothers-in-law / extremely close (of a relationship)
wife's elder sister / sister-in-law
father's mother's sister (coll.) / great aunt
wife's younger sister / sister-in-law
(polite) father's sisters
niece (sister's daughter)
older sister's husband
sister's son's wife
older sister
sister's daughter's husband
brother(s) and sister(s)
(polite) my older sister
younger brother's wife / sister-in-law
younger sister
mother's father's sister (coll.) / great aunt
my big sister (Internet slang version of 我的姐)
wife's brother's wife, sister-in-law
father's father's sister / great aunt
mother's mother's sister / great-aunt
wife's sister's children
sisters-in-law (old) / various concubines of a husband (old)
Charlotte Brontë (1816-1855), English novelist, eldest of three Brontë sisters, author of Jane Eyre ·愛|简·
older sister's husband
(polite) my sister-in-law
husband of father's sister / uncle
husband of wife's older sister
husband of wife's younger sister
my sister
older sister's husband / brother-in-law

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