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Did you mean: coat, get, good, got, god, gout, gate, cat, ghost, goad ?

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  *羊* | 羊* | *羊
sheep / goat / CL: 頭|头, 隻|只
mutton / goat meat
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goat / (gymnastics) small-sized vaulting horse
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  *膻* | 膻* | *膻
a flock of sheep (or goats) / old variant of / old variant of
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  *膻* | 膻* | *膻
rank odor (of sheep or goats)
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)
lit. to lead away a goat in passing (idiom); to steal sth under cover of an emergency / to take advantage of a crisis for personal gain
goat-man / faun of Greek mythology
takin (type of goat-antelope)
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  *羝* | 羝* | *羝
billy goat / ram
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  *羱* | 羱* | *羱
large-horned wild goat
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  *羶* | 羶* | *羶
rank odor (of sheep or goats)
sheep or goat pen
takin (Budorcas taxicolor) / goat-antelope
lit. secondary foreigner / (derogatory term for Chinese Christians and others associated with foreigners, used at the time of the Boxer Rebellion) / (coll.) westernized Chinese person / (derog.) person of mixed Chinese and Russian blood / (slang) Ukraine / German shepherd dog / (dialect) two-year-old goat
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  *麣* | 麣* | *麣
goat (archaic)
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
faun, half-goat half-human creature of Greek mythology
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


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