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  *叶* | 叶* | *叶
surname Ye
  *叶* | 叶* | *叶
leaf / page / lobe / (historical) period / classifier for small boats
foliage / leaf / CL:
tea / tea leaves / CL: , , ,
dead leaves / to lose leaves (of plants) / deciduous
red autumnal leaves
tree leaves
blade (of propellor) / vane / leaf
(fig.) actor playing a supporting role
maple leaf
Ye county in Pingdingshan 平頂山|平顶山, Henan
folic acid
tripe (stomach lining of cattle etc used as food)
four-leaf clover
branch and leaf
mid- (e.g. mid-century) / middle period
Chiba (Japanese surname and place name)
Jean-Baptiste-Joseph Fourier (French mathematician, 1768-1830)
clover / trefoil
Bayes (name) / Thomas Bayes (1702-1761), English mathematician and theologian
Juliet or Juliette (name)
turbine wheel
autumn leaf
shutter / blind
broad-leaved (tree)
dicotyledon (plant family distinguished by two embryonic leaves, includes daisies, broadleaved trees, herbaceous plants)
petiole / leafstalk
leaf tobacco
Qaghiliq nahiyisi (Kargilik county) in Kashgar prefecture 喀什地區|喀什地区, west Xinjiang
tea egg (egg boiled with flavorings which may include black tea)
needle-leaved (tree)
lobe of the brain
Akihabara, region of downtown Tokyo famous for electronics stores
venation (pattern of veins on a leaf)
Charles Fourier (French sociologist and socialist, 1772-1837)
monocotyledon (plant family distinguished by single embryonic leaf, includes grasses, orchids and lilies)
to become bogged down in the details (idiom)
Yip Man (1893-1972), martial arts practitioner, master of Bruce Lee
bay leaf / laurel leaf
mugwort leaf (TCM) / Folium Artemisiae argyi
Trimeresurus stejnegeri (poisonous snake)
Ye Shengtao (1894-1988), writer and editor, known esp. for children's books
carbonized mugwort leaf (used in TCM) / Folium Artemisiae argyi carbonisatum
compound leaf (botany)
dead leaf / withered leaf
Romeo and Juliet, 1594 tragedy by William Shakespeare 莎士比亞|莎士比亚
(Taiwan) fender (automotive)
newly-grown leaves / tender leaves
leaf arrangement / phyllotaxy (botany)
golden branch, jade leaves (idiom); fig. blue-blooded nobility, esp. imperial kinsmen or peerless beauty
(slang) to smoke pot
final years / end (of a decade, era etc)
Chiba prefecture, Japan
lit. the falling of one leaf heralds the coming of autumn (idiom) / fig. a small sign can indicate a great trend / a straw in the wind
cotyledon (first embryonic leaf)
deciduous tree
Charles Messier (1730-1817), French astronomer who catalogued nebulas and galaxies
sutra written on leaves of pattra palm tree
occipital lobe
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
Qaghiliq nahiyisi (Kargilik county) in Kashgar prefecture 喀什地區|喀什地区, west Xinjiang
temporal lobe
larch tree (Pinus larix) / deciduous pine tree
leaf blower (machine)
lancet (surgeon's knife)
(math.) Fourier transform
mugwort leaf oil (TCM) / also called wormwood leaf oil / Oleum folii Artemisiae argyi
senna leaf (Folium sennae)
leaf (usually bamboo or reed leaf) used to wrap 粽子 sticky rice dumplings
Yekaterinburg (Russian city, also known as Ekaterinburg or Sverdlovsk)
Ye Ting (1896-1946), communist military leader
frontal lobe
bipinnate leaf (in phyllotaxy)
silver leaf
lobar pneumonia
latter half (of a decade, century etc)
Chinese horse chestnut (Aesculus chinensis)
Shia sect (of Islam)
omasum / beef tripe
thick stems and broad leaves (idiom) / boorish / rough and ready / sloppy
lit. eyes obscured by a single leaf (idiom) / fig. not seeing the wider picture / can't see the wood for the trees
Juliet or Juliette (name)
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
needle-leaved forest
Shia (a movement in Islam)
the first half (of a period)
Yekaterina or Ekaterina (name) / Catherine the Great or Catherine the Second (1684-1727), Empress of Russia
lit. as the autumn gale sweeps away the fallen leaves (idiom); to drive out the old and make a clean sweep
Stevenson screen (white box with ventilated sides, housing meteorological instruments) / thermometer screen / instrument shelter
Yeltsin (name) / Boris Yeltsin (1931-2007) first post-communist president of Russia 1991-1999
pattra palm tree (Corypha umbraculifera), whose leaves were used as paper substitute for Buddhist sutras
parietal lobe

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