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  *丁* | 丁* | *丁
fourth of the ten Heavenly Stems 十天干 / fourth in order / letter "D" or Roman "IV" in list "A, B, C", or "I, II, III" etc / ancient Chinese compass point: 195° / butyl / cubes (of food)
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surname Ding
pudding (loanword)
(Tw) Vladimir Putin (1952-), president of Russia
Latin (language)
Latin America
thong (underwear)
fifty-fourth year D6 of the 60 year cycle, e.g. 1977 or 2037
lilac (Syringia vulgaris) / clove (Eugenia aromatica)
Kenting, a national park on the southern tip of Taiwan, popular as a tourist destination (abbr. for 墾丁國家公園|垦丁国家公园)
patch (for mending clothes, tires etc) / (software) patch
Tintin, cartoon character
sound of chopping wood, chess pieces hitting the board etc
a tiny bit / a wee bit
Edinburgh, capital of Scotland
kart racing
Odin (god in Norse mythology)
gardener
Martin (name)
Latin (language)
suddenly / by surprise
Latin / (in former times) to press-gang / to kidnap and force people into service
Austin or Austen (name) / Austin, Texas / also written 奧斯汀|奥斯汀
diced chicken meat
nicotine (loanword)
adult male
Dante Alighieri (1265-1321), Italian poet, author of the Divine Comedy 神曲
Aladdin, character in one of the tales in the The Book of One Thousand and One Nights
tiny bit
number of people in a family / population / (old) adult males / male servants
sardine (loanword)
(old) servant hired to keep guard, run errands etc
Aden
thirty-fourth year D10 of the 60 year cycle, e.g. 1957 or 2017
to add a son to the family
Saint Vincent and the Grenadines (Tw)
able-bodied man (capable of fighting in a war)
Kung Pao Chicken / spicy diced chicken
Kenting National Park on the Hengchun Peninsula 恆春半島|恒春半岛, Pingtung county, south Taiwan
satin (textile) (loanword)
lilac
Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
Martin Luther (1483-1546), key figure of the Protestant Reformation
Nottingham (city in England)
T-bone steak
twenty-fourth year D12 of the 60 year cycle, e.g. 2007 or 2067
see 丁克
orange (fruit) (Tw)
diced meat
fourth year D4 of the 60 year cycle, e.g. 1987 or 2047
chitin
Aston Martin
tetrose (CH2O)4, monosaccharide with four carbon atoms
Sint Maarten, island country in the Caribbean
T-shaped
Latin alphabet
martini (loanword)
variant of 叮嚀|叮咛
(of a male) to come of age / an adult male
fourteenth year D2 of the 60 year cycle, e.g. 1997 or 2057
butane
butene or butylene C4H8
Ding Lei (1971-), founder and CEO of NetEase 網易|网易
variant of 伶仃
butyl glycol
Latin dance
butadiene C4H6 / biethylene
Aberdeen (city on east coast of Scotland)
Wu Ding (c. 14th century BC), legendary founder and wise ruler of Shang dynasty
St Augustine / Aurelius Augustinus (354-430), theologian and Christian philosopher / Sankt Augustin, suburb of Beuel, Bonn, Germany
(literary) to be in mourning after the death of a parent
Sardinia
Gulf of Aden
Saladin (c. 1138-1193)
(in ancient times) a man old enough for corvée or military service
chitin
Borodin (name) / Alexander Borodin (1833-1887), Russian chemist and composer
suddenly
Sardinia
T-square / set square (carpenter's tool)
Manchurian foot soldier
butyl ether
Dêngqên county, Tibetan: Steng chen rdzong, in Chamdo prefecture 昌都地區|昌都地区, Tibet
Ayding Lake (Aydingkol) in Xinjiang
(old) member of local militia
the alphabet / latin letters
Blu-tack (brand)
(onom.) ding dong / jingling of bells / clanking sound
T-step (basic dance position, with the feet forming a T shape)
Terengganu, northeast state of mainland Malaysia
butyraldehyde / butanal
double income family who have pets rather than children (see also 丁克)
Huntington's disease
(medicine) dolantin (loanword) / pethidine
isobutane
Martin furnace / open hearth furnace / open hearth
(literary) to be in mourning after the death of a parent
first Manchu invasion of Korea (1627)
Ding Ling (1904-1986), female novelist, author of novel The Sun Shines over the Sanggan River 太陽照在桑乾河上|太阳照在桑干河上, attacked during the 1950s as anti-Party
William A.P. Martin (1827-1916), American missionary who lived 62 years in China between 1850 and 1916, and helped found many Chinese colleges, first president of Peking University

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