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  *进* | 进* | *进
to go forward / to advance / to go in / to enter / to put in / to submit / to take in / to admit / (math.) base of a number system / classifier for sections in a building or residential compound
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  *金* | 金* | *金
surname Jin / surname Kim (Korean) / Jurchen Jin dynasty (1115-1234)
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  *金* | 金* | *金
gold / chemical element Au / generic term for lustrous and ductile metals / money / golden / highly respected / one of the eight ancient musical instruments 八音
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  *近* | 近* | *近
near / close to / approximately
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  *尽* | 尽* | *尽
to the greatest extent / (when used before a noun of location) furthest or extreme / to be within the limits of / to give priority to
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  *尽* | 尽* | *尽
to use up / to exhaust / to end / to finish / to the utmost / exhausted / finished / to the limit (of sth) / all / entirely
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  *翼* | 翼* | *翼
surname Yi / alternative name for 絳|绛 capital of the Jin State during the Spring and Autumn Period (770-475 BC)
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  *今* | 今* | *今
today / modern / present / current / this / now
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  *津* | 津* | *津
saliva / sweat / a ferry crossing / a ford (river crossing) / abbr. for Tianjin 天津
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  *禁* | 禁* | *禁
to endure
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  *禁* | 禁* | *禁
to prohibit / to forbid
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  *仅* | 仅* | *仅
barely / only / merely
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  *锦* | 锦* | *锦
brocade / embroidered work / bright
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  *晋* | 晋* | *晋
surname Jin / the Jin Dynasties (265-420) / Western Jin 西晉|西晋 (265-316), Eastern Jin 東晉|东晋 (317-420) and Later Jin Dynasty (936-946) / short name for Shanxi province 山西
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  *晋* | 晋* | *晋
to move forward / to promote / to advance
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  *劲* | 劲* | *劲
strength / energy / enthusiasm / spirit / mood / expression / interest / CL:
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  *紧* | 紧* | *紧
tight / strict / close at hand / near / urgent / tense / hard up / short of money / to tighten
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  *斤* | 斤* | *斤
catty / (PRC) weight equal to 500 g / (Tw) weight equal to 600 g / (HK, Malaysia, Singapore) slightly over 604 g
History of the Three Kingdoms, fourth of the 24 dynastic histories 二十四史, composed by Chen Shou 陳壽|陈寿 in 289 during Jin Dynasty 晉朝|晋朝, 65 scrolls
Legend of the Condor Heroes, wuxia (武侠, martial arts chivalry) novel by Jin Yong 金庸 and its screen adaptations
Demigods and Semi-Devils, wuxia novel by Jin Yong 金庸 and its TV and screen adaptations
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  *瑾* | 瑾* | *瑾
brilliancy (of gems)
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  *谨* | 谨* | *谨
cautious / careful / solemnly / sincerely (formal)
Jing-Jin-Ji (Bejing, Tianjin and Hebei Province)
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  *靳* | 靳* | *靳
surname Jin
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  *靳* | 靳* | *靳
martingale / stingy
Jin Yong or Louis Cha (1924-), famous Wuxia writer, author of 1957-1961 Condor Hero trilogy
Wei (220-265) and Jin (265-420) dynasties
Yongjia county in Wenzhou 溫州|温州, Zhejiang / reign name 307-313 of Jin Emperor Huai 晋怀帝
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  *绛* | 绛* | *绛
capital of the Jin State during the Spring and Autumn Period (770-475 BC)
thousand jin (pounds) of gold / money and riches / (honorific) invaluable (support) / (honorific) daughter
Wang Xizhi (303-361), famous calligrapher of Eastern Jin, known as the sage of calligraphy 書聖|书圣
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  *浸* | 浸* | *浸
to immerse / to soak / to steep / gradually
an old name for Nanjing, called Jiankang 建康 or Jianye during the Eastern Jin (317-420)
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  *筋* | 筋* | *筋
muscle / tendon
Wei, Jin and North-South dynasties / generic term for historic period 220-589 between Han and Sui
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  *襟* | 襟* | *襟
lapel / overlap of Chinese gown / fig. bosom (the seat of emotions) / to cherish (ambition, desires, honorable intentions etc) in one's bosom
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  *巾* | 巾* | *巾
towel / general purpose cloth / women's headcovering (old) / Kangxi radical 50
Jin Dynasty (1115-1234), founded by the Jurchen 女真 people of North China, a precursor of the Mongol Yuan Dynasty
Jin'an district of Lu'an city 六安市, Anhui
Heaven Sword and Dragon Saber, wuxia (武俠|武侠, martial arts chivalry) novel by Jin Yong 金庸 and its screen adaptations
Eastern Jin dynasty 317-420
Tao Yuanming (c. 365-427), Jin dynasty writer and poet
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  *堇* | 堇* | *堇
clay / old variant of 僅|仅 / violet (plant)
Wei and Jin philosophical school amalgamating Daoist and Confucian ideals / translation of metaphysics (also translated 形而上學|形而上学)
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  *烬* | 烬* | *烬
ashes / embers
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  *槿* | 槿* | *槿
Hibiscus syriacus / transient
Jinzhou county-level city in Hebei / Jin Prefecture, established under the Northern Wei dynasty, centered on present-day Linfen 臨汾市|临汾市 in Shanxi
Jin'an district of Fuzhou city 福州市, Fujian
Jin'an district of Fuzhou city 福州市, Fujian
same as 舊唐書|旧唐书, History of the Early Tang Dynasty, sixteenth of the 24 dynastic histories 二十四史, compiled under Liu Xu 劉昫|刘昫 in 945 during Later Jin 後晉|后晋 of the Five Dynasties, 200 scrolls
Zhang Hua (232-300), Western Jin writer, poet and politician / Zhang Hua (1958-1982), student held up as a martyr after he died saving an old peasant from a septic tank / other Zhang Hua's too numerous to mention
Mt Mang at Luoyang in Henan, with many Han, Wei and Jin dynasty royal tombs
Sima Yi (179-251), warlord under Cao Cao and subsequently founder of the Jin dynasty
Western Jin dynasty (265-316)
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  *妗* | 妗* | *妗
wife of mother's brother
Ba Jin (1904-2005), novelist, author of the trilogy , ,
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  *衿* | 衿* | *衿
collar / belt / variant of
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  *缙* | 缙* | *缙
red silk
Jurchen, a Tungus ethnic group, predecessor of the Manchu ethnic group who founded the Later Jin Dynasty 後金|后金 and Qing Dynasty
Jin Mao Tower, skyscraper in Shanghai
In Search of the Supernatural, compilation of legends about spirits, ghosts and other supernatural phenomena, written and compiled by 干寶|干宝 in Jin dynasty
Liu Yi (-285), famous incorruptible official of Western Jin dynasty the Western Jin dynasty 西晉|西晋 (265-316) / Liu Yi (-412), general of Eastern Jin dynasty 東晉|东晋 (317-420)
Liao and Jin dynasties, namely: Liao or Khitan dynasty (907-1125) and Jurchen Jin dynasty (1115-1234)
Eight Banners, military organization of Manchu later Jin dynasty 後金|后金 from c. 1600, subsequently of the Qing dynasty
History of the Jin Dynasty, fifth of the 24 dynastic histories 二十四史, compiled under Fang Xuanling 房玄齡|房玄龄 in 648 during Tang Dynasty 唐朝, 130 scrolls
Jin Dynasty (265-420)
Jin'an district of Lu'an city 六安市, Anhui
Later Jin dynasty (from 1616-) / Manchu Khanate or kingdom that took over as Qing dynasty in 1644
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  *矜* | 矜* | *矜
to boast / to esteem / to sympathize
Jin Dynasty (265-420)
Hong Taiji (1592-1643), eighth son of Nurhaci 努爾哈赤|努尔哈赤, reigned 1626-1636 as Second Khan of Later Jin dynasty 後金|后金, then founded the Qing dynasty 大清 and reigned 1636-1643 as Emperor / posthumous name 清太宗
Nurhaci (1559-1626), founder and first Khan of the Manchu Later Jin dynasty 後金|后金 (from 1616)
Cao Wei, the most powerful of the Three Kingdoms, established as a dynasty in 220 by Cao Pi 曹丕, son of Cao Cao, replaced by Jin dynasty in 265
History of the Early Tang Dynasty, sixteenth of the 24 dynastic histories 二十四史, compiled under Liu Xu 劉昫|刘昫 in 945 during Later Jin 後晉|后晋 of the Five Dynasties, 200 scrolls
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  *觐* | 觐* | *觐
(history) to have an audience with the Emperor
Jin Dynasty (1115-1234), founded by the Jurchen 女真 people of North China, a precursor of the Mongol Yuan Dynasty
Ge Hong (283-363), Jin dynasty Daoist and alchemist, author of 抱樸子|抱朴子
Western Jin dynasty 西晋 historian, author of History of the Three Kingdoms 三國志|三国志
Toktoghan (1314-1355), Mongol politician during the Yuan dynasty, prime minister until 1345, compiled three dynastic histories of Song 宋史, Liao 遼史|辽史 and Jin 金史 / also written Tuoketuo 托克托
the Five Hegemons of the Spring and Autumn period (770-476 BC), namely: Duke Huan of Qi 齊桓公|齐桓公, Duke Wen of Jin 晉文公|晋文公, King Zhuang of Chu 楚莊王|楚庄王, and alternatively Duke Xiang of Song 宋襄公 and Duke Mu of Qin 秦穆公 or King Helu of Wu 吳王闔閭|吴王阖闾 and King Gou Jian of Yue 越王勾踐|越王勾践
Yuan Haowen (1190-1257), famous poet Northern China during the Jin-Yuan transition
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  *邙* | 邙* | *邙
Mt Mang at Luoyang in Henan, with many Han, Wei and Jin dynasty royal tombs
Wang Dao (276-339), powerful official of Jin dynasty and brother of general Wang Dun 王敦, regent of Jin from 325
Liu Yu, founder of Song of the Southern dynasties 劉宋|刘宋, broke away from Eastern Jin in 420, reigned as Emperor Wu of Song 宋武帝
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  *荩* | 荩* | *荩
Arthraxon ciliare / loyal
Flower in the sea of evil, late Qing novel by Jin Tianhe 金天翮
Gu Kaizhi or Ku K'aichih (346-407), famous painter of Eastern Jin dynasty, one of the Four Great Painters of the Six dynasties 六朝四大家
Sima Yan (236-290), founding emperor of Jin dynasty after the Three Kingdoms period, reigned 265-290 as Emperor Wu of Jin 晉武帝
Fang Xuanling (579-648), Tang dynasty historian, compiler of History of Jin dynasty 晉書|晋书
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  *噤* | 噤* | *噤
unable to speak / silent
Later Jin of the Five Dynasties (936-946)
Duke Wen of Jin (697-628 BC, reigned 636-628 BC), one of the Five Hegemons 春秋五霸
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  *慬* | 慬* | *慬
brave / cautious / sad
Zhou Chu (236-297), Jin dynasty general
Liu Yuan, warlord at the end of the Western Jin dynasty 西晋, founder of Cheng Han of the Sixteen Kingdoms 成漢|成汉 (304-347)
Zuo Si (3rd century), Jin dynasty writer and poet
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  *廑* | 廑* | *廑
careful / hut / variant of 僅|仅
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  *溍* | 溍* | *溍
water / name of a river
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  *馑* | 馑* | *馑
time of famine or crop failure

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