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mutton / goat meat
  *羊* | 羊* | *羊
surname Yang
  *羊* | 羊* | *羊
sheep / goat / CL: 頭|头, 隻|只
Qingyang district of Chengdu city 成都市, Sichuan
fleece / wool / woolen
sheep / lamb
lamb chop
Qingyang district of Chengdu city 成都市, Sichuan
to tend a flock of sheep / to let sheep out to pasture / fig. to throw off the reins / to leave sb alone / acting freely and irresponsibly
antelope / CL: 隻|只
goat / (gymnastics) small-sized vaulting horse
Yangcheng, a nickname for 廣州|广州
to raise sheep / shepherd
sheep's head / fig. advertisement for good meat
sheep husbandry
Year 8, year of the Ram (e.g. 2003)
flock of sheep
sheep's milk
Tibetan antelope or Chiru (Pantholops hodgsonii)
knitting wool / wool yarn
ram (male sheep)
Year of the Ram (e.g. 2003)
road as twisty as sheep's intestine (idiom); narrow and winding road / fig. complicated and tricky job
lit. to mend the pen after sheep are lost (idiom) / fig. to act belatedly / better late than never / to lock the stable door after the horse has bolted
cattle and sheep / livestock
goat-man / faun of Greek mythology
Epimedium, genus of herbaceous flowering plant, cultivated in the Far East as aphrodisiac / also called barrenwort or horny goatweed (said to resemble crushed goat's testicles)
amniotic fluid
Long yang village in Hainan Tibetan autonomous prefecture, Qinghai
Mongolian gazelle / Procapra gutturosa
woolen blanket
Scotch collie / rough collie
amniotic (fluid) / amnion
Aries (star sign)
lit. to lead away a goat while passing by (idiom) / fig. to opportunistically pocket sb's possessions and walk off
lit. to hang a sheep's head while selling dog meat (idiom) / fig. to cheat / dishonest advertising / wicked deeds carried out under banner of virtue
Mr Gongyang's Annals or commentary on 春秋, early history, probably written by multiple authors during Han dynasty, same as 公羊春秋
to drive sheep / to herd sheep
sheep-fat white jade, a type of jade
shepherd / shepherd boy
Yamdrok Lake, Tibet
amniocentesis (used in Taiwan)
Longyangxia canyon on the upper reaches of the Yellow River, Gonghe county 共和縣|共和县 in Hainan Tibetan autonomous prefecture, Qinghai
argali (Ovis ammon)
Tibetan long horned antelope
faun, half-goat half-human creature of Greek mythology
hand-held mutton (mutton pieces on the bone, eaten with the fingers)
okra (Hibiscus esculentus) / lady's fingers
lit. a lamb in a tiger's den (idiom) / fig. to tread dangerous ground
yōkan, gelatin dessert typically made from red bean paste, agar, and sugar, sold in block form
scapegoat / sacrificial lamb / same as 替罪羊
Giethoorn (city in the Netherlands)
Happy sheep (group of five cartoon sheep), mascot of 2010 Guangzhou Asian games 廣州亞運會|广州亚运会
minced mutton
Mongolian hot pot / instant-boiled mutton (dish)
lanolin / wool oil
to kill the pigs and slaughter the sheep (idiom)
children's game, similar to knucklebones
lit. wool comes from the sheep's back (idiom); One gets the benefit, but the price has been paid. / Nothing comes for free.
Mr Gongyang's Annals or commentary on 春秋, early history, probably written during Han dynasty, same as 公羊傳|公羊传
winding road (twisting and turning like a sheep's intestine)
Yamdrok Lake, Tibet
lit. the heart of a sheep in the skin of a tiger (idiom) / fig. impressive in appearance but lacking in substance / braggart
wether (castrated ram)
national disaster (ancient astrological allusion)
lit. billy goat's horns caught in the fence (idiom from Book of Changes 易經|易经); impossible to advance or to retreat / without any way out of a dilemma / trapped / in an impossible situation
pulling a lamb and bringing wine on a carrying pole (idiom); fig. to offer elaborate congratulations / to kill the fatted calf
Capricorn (constellation and sign of the zodiac) / Japanese variant of 魔羯座
merino (breed of sheep)
lit. wool comes from the sheep's back (idiom); One gets the benefit, but the price has been paid. / Nothing comes for free.
slaughter the cattle and butcher the sheep / to prepare a big feast (idiom)
imitation parchment
(dialect) towel (especially worn as a turban)
sheep or goat pen

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