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  *茹* | 茹* | *茹
surname Ru
charactercopypronouncebaikeskritterexampleCorrect
  *茹* | 茹* | *茹
to eat / (extended meaning) to endure / putrid smell / vegetables / roots (inextricably attached to the plant)
Fish Leong (1978-), Malaysian pop singer / also Leong Chui Peng or Jasmine Leong
to eat a vegetarian diet
to suffer every possible torment (idiom); bitter hardship / to bear one's cross
devour raw meat and fowl (of savages)
to eat meat
bitter hardship / to bear one's cross
putrid fish
greens / green vegetables
to take in (old and new experiences and sorrows)
Rubia cordifolia / Indian madder / munjit / also written 茜草
lit. pull up a plant and the roots follow (idiom); fig. also involving others / inextricably tangled together / Invite one and he'll tell all his friends.
to endure (suffering or sorrow)
lit. to live on dry provisions and wild herbs (idiom) / fig. to live in abject poverty
bamboo shavings (Bambusa tuldoides) used in Chinese medicine
to eat meat and drink wine
lit. pull up a plant and the roots follow (idiom); fig. also involving others / inextricably tangled together / Invite one and he'll tell all his friends.
lit. pull up a plant and the roots follow / fig. also involving others / inextricably tangled together / Invite one and he'll tell all his friends.
Ru Zhijuan (1925-1998), female novelist and politician


Tip: Pinyin can be entered with or without tone numbers, e.g. 'nihao' or 'ni3hao3'.
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