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  *鳥* | 鳥* | *鳥
bird / CL: 隻|只, / (dialect) to pay attention to / (intensifier) damned / goddam
  *隻* | 隻* | *隻
classifier for birds and certain animals, one of a pair, some utensils, vessels etc
  *翁* | 翁* | *翁
elderly man / father / father-in-law / neck feathers of a bird (old)
net for fishing or bird catching / (fig.) fetters / to snare (a valuable new team member etc) / to bring together under the one umbrella
  *棲* | 棲* | *棲
to perch / to rest (of birds) / to dwell / to live / to stay
  *雀* | 雀* | *雀
small bird / sparrow / also pr. [qiao3]
  *鵬* | 鵬* | *鵬
Peng, large fabulous bird / roc
  *鳴* | 鳴* | *鳴
to cry (of birds, animals and insects)
  *雕* | 雕* | *雕
to carve / to engrave / shrewd / bird of prey
  *爪* | 爪* | *爪
foot of a bird or animal / paw / claws / talons
  *爪* | 爪* | *爪
(coll.) foot of an animal or bird / (coll.) foot supporting a cooking pot etc
  *禽* | 禽* | *禽
generic term for birds and animals / birds / to capture (old)
  *咕* | 咕* | *咕
(onom.) for the sound of a bird, an empty stomach etc
  *鶯* | 鶯* | *鶯
oriole or various birds of the Sylvidae family including warblers
to lay (a foundation) / to conquer (a city etc) / to shoot down (a bird etc)
to pat / to slap / (of a bird) to flap (one's wings)
(bird species of China) mandarin duck (Aix galericulata) / (fig.) affectionate couple / happily married couple
roc (mythical bird of prey)
legendary giant bird
Vermilion Bird (the seven mansions of the south sky)
(coll.) eagle / hawk / any similar bird of prey
to stay (for a rest) / dwelling / perch (of birds)
(bird species of China) mew gull (Larus canus)
pigeon / dove / various birds of the family Columbidae
  *雛* | 雛* | *雛
chick / young bird
(bird species of China) barn swallow (Hirundo rustica)
  *鵰* | 鵰* | *鵰
bird of prey
bird flu / avian influenza
  *噪* | 噪* | *噪
the chirping of birds or insects / noise / clamor / buzzing / disturbance
to molt (of birds) / to change feathers
(bird species of China) spotted great rosefinch (Carpodacus severtzovi)
person of good character / nice person / bird with a melodious voice or beautiful plumage
  *牡* | 牡* | *牡
(of a bird, animal or plant) male / key / hills
bird's nest / nickname for Beijing 2008 Olympic stadium
(bird species of China) Eurasian skylark (Alauda arvensis)
migratory bird
bird species / birds
  *頡* | 頡* | *頡
(of a bird) to fly upwards / (of the neck) stiff
(bird species of China) Siberian crane (Grus leucogeranus)
(bird species of China) little egret (Egretta garzetta)
(of a bird, fish etc) to be caught in a net / (of a tennis ball) to hit the net / (of a criminal) to be captured
(bird species of China) Pallas's rosefinch (Carpodacus roseus)
to shoot a bird (with a gun, slingshot etc) / to photograph birds
to get a bird's-eye view / bird's-eye view / broad overview
(bird species of China) crested myna (Acridotheres cristatellus)
(bird species of China) Asian paradise flycatcher (Terpsiphone paradisi)
(bird species of China) Eurasian hoopoe (Upupa epops)
to apply makeup to the eyebrows / (bird species of China) Chinese hwamei (Garrulax canorus)
bird's nest fern (Asplenium nidus)
(onom.) twittering of birds / whispering / murmuring
bird's-eye view / see also 俯瞰圖|俯瞰图
bird's eye
a road only a bird can manage / steep dangerous road
(bird species of China) Eurasian magpie (Pica pica)
bird's nest
one move, two gains (idiom); two birds with one stone
to erect (a tent etc) / to prick up (one's ears) / to raise (one's eyebrows) / to stick up (one's thumb) / to turn up (one's collar) / (of a bird) to puff up (one's feathers)
(bird species of China) black drongo (Dicrurus macrocercus)
  *吱* | 吱* | *吱
(onom.) to squeak (of mice) / to chirp or peep (of small birds)
nightjar (nocturnal bird in the family Caprimulgidae)
water bird
  *鸞* | 鸞* | *鸞
mythical bird related to phoenix
(bird species of China) swan goose (Anser cygnoides)
lit. like a little bird relying on people (idiom) / fig. cute and helpless-looking
birds and animals / creature / beast (brutal person)
(bird species of China) great tit (Parus major)
  *腄* | 腄* | *腄
callus on the hand or foot / upper leg bone of horse or bird / buttocks
to emit a sound / (of birds, insects etc) to chirp, hoot etc / (of a siren, steam whistle etc) to sound
(bird species of China) common myna (Acridotheres tristis)
matins / morning service (in Catholic church) / morning chorus (of birds)
painting of birds and flowers
  *鶚* | 鶚* | *鶚
(bird species of China) western osprey (Pandion haliaetus)
to eat (of bird or animal) / to feed
  *頦* | 頦* | *頦
(used in bird names) throat
bird of prey
mythological daughter of Fiery Emperor 炎帝 who turned into bird Jingwei 精衛|精卫 after drowning
  *鯤* | 鯤* | *鯤
fry (newly hatched fish) / legendary giant fish that could transform into a giant bird 鵬|鹏
  *啁* | 啁* | *啁
twittering of birds
  *哢* | 哢* | *哢
to sing or chirp (of birds) / music sound
four divisions (of the twenty-eight constellations 二十八宿 of the sky into groups of seven mansions), namely: Azure Dragon 青龍|青龙, White Tiger 白虎, Vermilion Bird 朱雀, Black Tortoise 玄武
birds and beasts / fauna
  *鴝* | 鴝* | *鴝
(bound form, used in the names of birds of various biological families)
spoonbill (wading bird of the family Threskiornithidae)
mythological bird, reincarnation of drowned daughter Nüwa 女娃 of Fiery Emperor 炎帝
  *罻* | 罻* | *罻
bird net
(bird species of China) northern goshawk (Accipiter gentilis)
(bird species of China) Eurasian siskin (Spinus spinus)
lone bird / marginalized (country, person etc)
  *咮* | 咮* | *咮
beak of bird / peck at
kun 鯤|鲲 and peng 鵬|鹏, mythological beasts / peng, a gigantic bird transformed from the kun
(bird species of China) black-crowned night heron (Nycticorax nycticorax)
(bird species of China) tundra swan (Cygnus columbianus)
the people are gone and the place is empty (idiom) / the sight of a deserted place brings old friends to mind / the place is deserted / the birds have flown
the quick-footed climb up first (idiom) / the early bird catches the worm / first come, first served
lit. a bird startled by the mere twang of a bow (idiom) / fig. sb who frightens easily, due to past experiences

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