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  *瓦* | 瓦* | *瓦
roof tile / abbr. for 瓦特
tile / CL: 塊|块
gas (loanword)
Geneva, Switzerland
El Salvador
watt (loanword)
to collapse / to disintegrate / to crumble
Moldova / Republic of Moldova, former Soviet republic on the border with Romania
Swaziland (Tw)
Havana, capital of Cuba
Tuvalu, island country in the SW Pacific (Tw)
tiles and bricks
another name for Mandalay 曼德勒, Myanmar's second city
kilowatt (unit of electric power)
Côte d'Ivoire or Ivory Coast in West Africa
rows of tiles / corrugated
tiling / bricklaying / plastering
tear gas
Arnold Schwarzenegger / also written 阿諾德·施瓦辛格|阿诺德·施瓦辛格
Vardø (city in Finnmark, Norway)
lit. contribute bricks and tiles for a building (idiom) / fig. to do one's bit to help
Wallis and Futuna (French island collectivity in the South Pacific)
the Nyeva or Neva river (through St Petersburg)
Suva, capital of Fiji
Newark (place name)
to collapse / to fall apart
Córdoba, Spain
Tuva, a republic in south-central Siberia, Russia
Arnold Schwarzenegger (1947-), US actor and politician, governor of California 2003-2011 / also written 阿諾德·施瓦辛格|阿诺德·施瓦辛格
Vasily (name)
Vivaldi (name) / Antonio Vivaldi (1675-1741), Italian composer
Laval (name)
Blue House (Cheong Wa Dae), residence of the president of South Korea in Seoul
Valletta, capital of Malta
San Salvador, capital of El Salvador
Iowa, US state
Varna (city in Bulgaria)
Iowa, US state
Anwar (name) / Anwar bin Ibrahim (1947-), Malaysian politician, deputy prime minister 1993-1998, imprisoned 1999-2004 on charges including alleged homosexual acts, subsequently overturned
Antoine Lavoisier (1743-1794), French nobleman and scientist, considered the father of modern chemistry
Better broken jade than intact tile. / Death is preferable to dishonor. (idiom)
Loire River, France
rubble / debris
Váli (son of Odin)
room tiles
a sour (type of cocktail) (loanword)
ink stone or ink slab made from an antique palace tile
bricklayer / tiler / mason
Ouagadougou, capital of Burkina Faso
Nyeva or Neva River (through St Petersburg)
Wroclaw, Polish city
three days without a beating, and a child will scale the roof to rip the tiles (idiom) / spare the rod, spoil the child
Giacomo Casanova (1725-1798), Italian adventurer known for womanizing
Walloon, inhabitant of Southern French-speaking area of Belgium
Huelva, Spain
Tarawa, capital of Kiribati
tiling (of roofs, floors, walls etc)
bricklayer / tiler
Arnold Schwarzenegger (1947-), US actor and politician, governor of California 2003-2011
to melt like ice and break like tiles / to disintegrate / to dissolve
Avat nahiyisi (Awat county) in Aksu 阿克蘇地區|阿克苏地区, west Xinjiang
Vaduz, capital of Liechtenstein
Swat province in Pakistani Northwest Frontier
Rotorua, city in New Zealand
shiny / very bright
Araba or Álava
Valletta, capital of Malta (Tw)
Republic of Côte d'Ivoire
Wangfangdian county level city in Dalian 大連|大连, Liaoning
pile of rubble / debris
Parvati (the consort of Shiva)
glazed roof tile
Siwa, Egypt
(molecular physics) van der Waals force
Évariste Galois (1811-1832), famous French mathematical prodigy and unsuccessful duelist
Delacroix (painter)
green / glazed tile
Vasilievich (name)
Nahuatl (language)
Waldersee (name) / Alfred Graf Von Waldersee (1832-1904), commander-in-chief of the Eight-Nation Alliance 八國聯軍|八国联军
the tiles are broken, the walls dilapidated
Galois theory (math.)
Nouakchott, capital of Mauritania
Albacete, Spain
Moldovan (person)
Rojava (de facto autonomous region in northeastern Syria)
Morin Dawa Daur Autonomous Banner in Hulunbuir 呼倫貝爾|呼伦贝尔, Inner Mongolia
Sava River, flowing through Southeast Europe
Vaduz, capital of Liechtenstein (Tw)

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