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to wish for / to desire / hope / CL: 個|个
HSK 2
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  *希* | 希* | *希
to hope / to admire / variant of
Greece
Hill (name) / Christopher Hill, US undersecretary of state of East Asian affairs
Greek language
ancient Greece
Bohemia, historical country of central Europe
Hilton (hotel chain)
Edison Chen (1980-), Hong Kong singer and actor
Greek literature
Hebrew
Friedrich (name)
hash (computing) / see also 散列
Epistle of St Paul to the Hebrews
Adolf Hitler (1889-1945)
rare / strange
Heath (name)
Hebrew language
Taiwan equivalent of 布什
a gleam of hope
Greek mythology / abbr. for 希臘神話|希腊神话
hopeful / promising / prospective
Xiren, courtesy title of Bao Zheng 包拯 (999-1062), Northern Song official renowned for his honesty
Hillary (person name)
Hillary (name) / Hillary Rodham Clinton (1947-), US Democratic politician
hopes are dashed
Ludwig (name)
Nancy
Hebrew person / Israelite / Jew
Heath Ledger, Australian actor (1979-2008)
Greek alphabet
Shelley / abbr. for 珀西·比希·雪萊|珀西·比希·雪莱
Alexandr Sergeevich Pushkin (1799-1837), great Russian romantic poet
Hippocrates (c. 460 BC - c. 370 BC), Greek physician, father of Western medicine
Ancient Greek (language)
David Hilbert (1862-1943), German mathematician
Heathrow (a London airport)
Hillary Rodham Clinton (1947-), US Democratic politician
Chen Xitong (1930-), mayor of Beijing at the time of 4th Jun 1989 Tiananmen incident
variant of 稀罕
Hebrew
to stand a good chance / to have great hopes / to be promising
Josh or Joshi (name)
not much / very little (e.g. difference)
Rothschild (name)
Gijón (Asturian: Xixón), city in northwest Spain on the bay of Biscay
Heathrow Airport (international airport near London)
Örkesh Dölet (1968-), one of the main leaders of the Beijing student democracy movement of 1989
Percy Bysshe Shelley (1792-1822), English Romantic poet
Bashir (name) / Omar Hassan Ahmad al-Bashir (1944-), Sudanese military man and politician, president of Sudan from 1993
Herod the Great (73 BC - 4 BC), Roman-appointed king of Judea (37-4 BC)
sievert (Sv), unit of radiation damage used in radiotherapy
Kliment Voroshilov (1881-1969), Soviet politician and military commander
Mt Shishapangma or Xixiabangma in Tibet (8012 m)
Chişinău or Chisinau, capital of Moldova
Ussuriisk city in Russian Pacific Primorsky region / previous names include 雙城子|双城子 and Voroshilov 伏羅希洛夫|伏罗希洛夫
Hebrew language
Ludwigshafen am Rhein, German city on the Rhine opposite Mannheim
(dialect) fuck!
Hilversum, city in Netherlands
Hezron (son of Perez)
Paris Hilton
Ferdinand von Richthofen (1833-1905), German geologist and explorer who published a major foundational study of the geology of China in 1887 and first introduced the term Silk Road 絲綢之路|丝绸之路
Herodium (town in biblical Judea)
the Higgs mechanism, explaining the mass of elementary particles in the Standard Model
Hebrew language
the Hebrew University, Jerusalem
(bird species of China) blue-winged minla (Minla cyanouroptera)
Book of Nehemiah
Jacques René Chirac (1932-), president of France 1995-2007
Hezekiah or Ezekias (740-687 BC), twelfth king of Judah (Judaism)
Higgs (name) / Peter Higgs (1929-), British theoretical physicist, one proposer of the Higgs mechanism or Higgs boson to explain the mass of elementary particles
(bird species of China) bar-throated minla (Minla strigula)
to aim low / to aim to get by / without lofty ambition
Bushwick, a neighborhood in Brooklyn, in New York City
(bird species of China) red-tailed minla (Minla ignotincta)
Wang Ximeng (c. 1096-c. 1119), Song artist, probably teenage prodigy who died young, painter of Thousand Miles of Landscape 千里江山
Askim (city in Østfold, Norway)
Crocs (sandals) (Tw)
Higgs particle (particle physics)
Swahili
Kirkenes (city in Finnmark, Norway)
crazy / bizarre / weird / fantastic / strange
Tahiti, island of the Society Islands group in French Polynesia
Friedrich Schiller or Johann Christoph Friedrich von Schiller (1759-1805), German poet and dramatist
Swahili (language) / Kiswahili
It is better to travel hopefully than to arrive.
Ferdinand von Richthofen (1833-1905), German geologist and explorer who published a major foundational study of the geology of China in 1887 and first introduced the term Silk Road 絲綢之路|丝绸之路
Higgs boson (particle physics)
Friedrich (name)
David Hilbert (1862-1943), German mathematician
Shimon Peres, ninth president of Israel
outsider (i.e. not expected to win a race or championship)


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