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  *噶* | 噶* | *噶
phonetic ga (used in rendering Tibetan and Mongolian sounds) / Tibetan Ge: language of Buddha / (dialect) final particle similar to (esp. in Yunnan)
Gar county in Ngari prefecture, Tibet, Tibetan: Sgar rdzong
Junggar Basin, northern Xinjiang
Gar county in Ngari prefecture, Tibet, Tibetan: Sgar rdzong
Kashgar or Qeshqer (Chinese Kashi) in the west of Xinjiang near Kyrgyzstan
(onom.)
Geju (Tibetan: transmit word of Buddha) sect of Tibetan Buddhist
Tanganyika on continent of West Africa, one component of Tanzania
(onom.) / same as 噶喇
Tibetan government official / same as 噶布倫|噶布伦
government of Tibet, dissolved in 1959
Lake Tanganyika in East Africa
Kavalan, one of the indigenous peoples of Taiwan / old name of Yilan 宜蘭|宜兰 county, Taiwan / Kavalan, a brand of single malt whisky from Taiwan
(onom.) / same as 噶拉
Bkar-dgam-pa sect of Tibetan Buddhism
Earl George Macartney (1737-1806), leader of British mission to Qing China in 1793 / Paul McCartney, former Beatle
Tibetan government official
(onom.) kaboom
Dsungaripterus (genus of pterosaur)
Kavalan, one of the indigenous peoples of Taiwan
Mongolian daruqachi, local commander in Mongol and Yuan times
Tibetan government official / same as 噶布倫|噶布伦
(onom.) clattering
Tibetan festival on 15th April marking Sakyamuni's birthday
coffee (loanword) (old)
Kaxabu or Kahabu, one of the indigenous peoples of Taiwan
(onom.) hum and clatter
the Macartney mission to Qing China in 1793
Garab Dorje Rinpoche, succession of Buthanese religious leaders


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