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  *葉* | 葉* | *葉
surname Ye
  *葉* | 葉* | *葉
leaf / page / lobe / (historical) period / classifier for small boats
  *肝* | 肝* | *肝
tea / tea leaves / CL: , , ,
Chiba (Japanese surname and place name)
red autumnal leaves
foliage / leaf / CL:
blade (of propellor) / vane / leaf
  *叶* | 叶* | *叶
to be in harmony
lutein (biochemistry)
tree leaves
maple leaf
(fig.) actor playing a supporting role
  *柊* | 柊* | *柊
dead leaves / to lose leaves (of plants) / deciduous
Juliet or Juliette (name)
shutter / blind
tripe (stomach lining of cattle etc used as food)
Chiba prefecture, Japan
clover / trefoil
four-leaf clover
tea egg (egg boiled with flavorings which may include black tea)
turbine wheel
Yemen (Tw)
cotyledon (first embryonic leaf)
Yip Man (1893-1972), martial arts practitioner, master of Bruce Lee
folic acid
to become bogged down in the details (idiom)
Charles Fourier (French sociologist and socialist, 1772-1837)
petiole / leafstalk
mid- (e.g. mid-century) / middle period
branch and leaf
pattra palm tree (Corypha umbraculifera), whose leaves were used as paper substitute for Buddhist sutras
Qaghiliq nahiyisi (Kargilik county) in Kashgar prefecture 喀什地區|喀什地区, west Xinjiang
parietal lobe
bay leaf / laurel leaf
Getting Home, 2007 PRC comedy-drama film directed by 張揚|张扬, starring 趙本山|赵本山
lit. a falling leaf returns to the roots (idiom) / fig. all things go back to their source eventually / in old age, an expatriate returns home
Juliet or Juliette (name)
silver leaf
venation (pattern of veins on a leaf)
newly-grown leaves / tender leaves
frontal lobe
mugwort leaf (TCM) / Folium Artemisiae argyi
Ye Xuanping (1924-), former Governor of Guangdong 廣東|广东
broad-leaved (tree)
Chinese horse chestnut (Aesculus chinensis)
Shia sect (of Islam)
Trimeresurus stejnegeri (poisonous snake)
lancet (surgeon's knife)
bay leaf / laurel leaf
Ye Ting (1896-1946), communist military leader
larch tree (Pinus larix) / deciduous pine tree
see 柳眉
Yekaterinburg (Russian city, also known as Ekaterinburg or Sverdlovsk)
lit. as the autumn gale sweeps away the fallen leaves (idiom); to drive out the old and make a clean sweep
Romeo and Juliet, 1594 tragedy by William Shakespeare 莎士比亞|莎士比亚
leaf tobacco
dried leaf
early part (of a decade, century etc) / the first years
dead leaf / withered leaf
bipinnate leaf (in phyllotaxy)
Ye county in Pingdingshan 平頂山|平顶山, Henan
leaf blower (machine)
Raymond YIP Wai-Man, Hong Kong film director (debut as director: 1994)
final years / end (of a decade, era etc)
senna leaf (Folium sennae)
omasum / beef tripe
Stevenson screen (white box with ventilated sides, housing meteorological instruments) / thermometer screen / instrument shelter
Ye Shengtao (1894-1988), writer and editor, known esp. for children's books
temporal lobe
a falling leaf returns to the roots (idiom); everything has its ancestral home / In old age, an expatriate longs to return home.
golden branch, jade leaves (idiom); fig. blue-blooded nobility, esp. imperial kinsmen or peerless beauty
lit. Lord Ye's passion for dragons (idiom) / fig. to pretend to be fond of sth while actually fearing it / ostensible fondness of sth one really fears
(math.) Fourier transform
(Tw) fender (automotive)
dicotyledon (plant family distinguished by two embryonic leaves, includes daisies, broadleaved trees, herbaceous plants)
needle-leaved (tree)
Sauropus spatulifolius Beille (shrub of the Euphorbiaceae family)
Qaghiliq nahiyisi (Kargilik county) in Kashgar prefecture 喀什地區|喀什地区, west Xinjiang
Yerevan, capital of Armenia (Tw)
Akihabara, region of downtown Tokyo famous for electronics stores
lobe of the brain
Bayes (name) / Thomas Bayes (1702-1761), English mathematician and theologian
Buddha Kassapa (Pāli) or Kāśyapa (Skt) (one of the Buddhas of the past)
Shia (a movement in Islam)
deciduous tree
occipital lobe
mugwort leaf oil (TCM) / also called wormwood leaf oil / Oleum folii Artemisiae argyi
geraniol (chemistry)
compound leaf (botany)
the first half (of a period)

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