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hole / CL: 個|个 / classifier for cave dwellings
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surname Kong
to bore a hole / to drill / drilled hole
face
condom (loanword) / see 安全套
air-bubble / pore / stoma
pinhole
porous
face
pore
jack / socket
Confucian temple
peacock
Confucius (551-479 BC), Chinese thinker and social philosopher, also known as 孔夫子
small hole in an object
round hole
diameter of hole
abalone (Haliotis diversicolor)
Confucius Institute, organization established internationally by the PRC, promoting Chinese language and culture
hole puncher
mesh
manhole
Kong Rong (153-208), poet of the Three Kingdoms period
plughole / drainage hole
courtesy name of Zhuge Liang 諸葛亮|诸葛亮
pinhole camera (for espionage, voyeurism etc)
bullet hole
nostril / CL: 隻|只
pupil (of the eye)
pore (geology)
The School Sayings of Confucius, a supplement to the Analects / abbr. to 家語|家语
Confucius (551-479 BC), Chinese thinker and social philosopher, also known as 孔子
Confucius and Mencius
the K'ung family Masters' anthology, collection of dialogues between Confucius and his disciples, possibly forged in third century by Wang Su 王肅|王肃
to punch or bore a hole / to perforate / perforation
porous / having many holes (e.g. filter gauze or sieve)
hole
round coin with a square hole in the middle, used in former times in China
Confucius' school (i.e. his direct disciples)
the seven apertures of the human head: 2 eyes, 2 ears, 2 nostrils, 1 mouth
air vent / louvre
sweat pore
opening providing access / the teaching of Confucius
Auguste Comte (1798-1857), French philosopher
Kong Yingda (574-648), Confucian scholar
keyhole
to widen a tube / to ream (i.e. widen a hole)
microporous membrane
an air vent / a ventilation shaft
Confucius
(of a musical instrument) blow hole
to offer sacrifices to Confucius
(literary) valorous
urgent / numerous
an airvent / a louvre / airflow orifice
(Internet slang) spoiled city girl from a rich family
aperture / hole / cavity
hole in the body of a musical instrument, covered with a membrane which produces a buzzing tone
sky lantern (miniature hot-air balloon used during festivals)
Kong Rong giving up pears, classic moral story about Kong Rong 孔融 picking up smaller pears while leaving the bigger ones to his older brothers, still used nowadays to educate the young on courtesy and modesty
Teaching of Confucius / Confucianism
the teaching of Confucius and Mencius
lit. leave no hole undrilled (idiom); to latch on to every opportunity
courageous and strong (idiom) / Herculean (physique etc)
the Confucius family mausoleum at Qufu 曲阜, rebuilt and extended by every dynasty
slot / groove / slotted hole
partial view / limited outlook
temple to Confucius in his hometown Qufu
bunghole
(bird species of China) green peafowl (Pavo muticus)
perforations (on a postage stamp)
(coll., humorous) money (so named because in former times, Chinese coins had a square hole in the middle)
auger / drill
foraminifera
Maurya Dynasty of India (322-185 BC)
lit. to breathe through the same nostril (idiom); fig. two people say exactly the same thing (usually derog.) / to sing from the same hymn sheet
Kongsberg (city in Norway)
Seventeen-Arch Bridge in the Summer Palace 頤和園|颐和园, Beijing
chikungunya fever
the Sage Confucius
Porifera (phylum of sponges)
(bird species of China) grey peacock-pheasant (Polyplectron bicalcaratum)
(zoology) phylum Porifera (sponges)
hawsehole (small hole for anchor cable or hawser in the side of ship)
sweat pore
Pavo (constellation)
an enlargement at the outer end of a drilled hole, either funnel-shaped (a countersink) or cylindrical (a counterbore)
Peacock River in Xinjiang
peephole
cloaca (of bird or reptile)
(Tw) grommet
Confuciusornis sanctus (Jurassic fossil bird)
screen printing
(bird species of China) Hainan peacock-pheasant (Polyplectron katsumatae)
heavily damaged / (fig.) full of holes / riddled with problems
Kong Shangren (1648-1718), Qing dramatist and poet, author of The Peach Blossom Fan 桃花扇
keyhole
Farrer's scallop (Chlamys farreri), aka Chinese scallop

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