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  *拉* | 拉* | *拉
to pull / to play (a bowed instrument) / to drag / to draw / to chat
HSK 4
Allah (Arabic name of God)
(Wu dialect) my / our / I / we / me / us
Kara, city in northern Togo 多哥 / Cara, Karla etc (name)
karaoke
carat (mass) (loanword)
Shangri-La (mythical location) / Shangri-La town and county in Dêqên or Diqing Tibetan autonomous prefecture 迪慶藏族自治州|迪庆藏族自治州, northwest Yunnan / formerly Gyeltang or Gyalthang, Chinese 中甸 in Tibetan province of Kham
koala (loanword)
Pandora
Lala, Philippines
lesbian (Internet slang) / Labrador retriever
Marat (name) / Jean-Paul Marat (1743-1793), Swiss scientist and physician
to drag along / to haul / (fig.) to procrastinate / shilly-shallying / sluggish / (computing) drag and drop / (loanword) tola, unit of weight, approx. 11.664 grams
Pula (city in Croatia)
Bengal / Bangladesh
Vala (Middle-earth)
Mira (red giant star, Omicron Ceti)
Leonhard Euler (1707-1783), Swiss mathematician
Manila, capital of Philippines
Beira, Mozambique
Venezuela
salad (loanword)
Guatemala / see also 瓜地馬拉|瓜地马拉
Angola
Motorola
roller (loanword)
Sara or Sarah (name)
Sahara
Salar ethnic group of Qinghai province
Dracula, novel by Bram Stoker / Vlad III, Prince of Wallachia (1431-1476), nicknamed Vlad the Impaler or Dracula
Canberra, capital of Australia
Guadalajara
to drag (sb) along (to a place) / to yank
Ankara, capital of Turkey
fellah (loanword)
chakra (loanword)
Hera (wife of Zeus)
Zerah (son of Judah)
Attila (406-453), Hun emperor, known as the scourge of God
Ebola (virus)
to droop / to dangle
Kevlar
Sandra (name)
Western Sahara
Barbara (name)
riviera (loanword)
Avila, Spain
to wear (one's shoes) like babouche slippers / (onom.) shuffling sound
Dangla or Tanggula mountain range on the Qinghai-Tibetan Plateau 青藏高原
Kampala, capital of Uganda
Gela (city in Sicily)
Guatemala (Tw)
Aurora, Roman goddess of dawn
to push lightly / to flick to one side / to get rid of
Godzilla (Japanese ゴジラ Gojira) / see also 哥斯拉
Abdullah (name)
Hispaniola (Caribbean island including Haiti and the Dominican Republic)
a cappella (loanword)
Asia, Africa and Latin America
Anguilla
half
Bujumbura, capital of Burundi
para para, a Eurobeat dance originating in Japan, with synchronized upper body movements (loanword from Japanese)
Uppsala, Swedish university city just north of Stockholm
variant of 耷拉
mozzarella (loanword)
gondola (Venetian boat) (loanword)
riviera (loanword) (Tw)
Honiara, capital of Solomon Islands
cholera (loanword)
Zola (name) / Émile Zola (1840-1902), French naturalist novelist
Mullah (religious leader in Islam)
sparse and fragmentary
Dombra or Tambura, Kazakh plucked lute
Tuscola (county in Michigan)
Maulana Fazlullah, Pakistan Taleban leader
(dialect) shrike / Taiwan pr. [hu3 bu5 la1]
to sweep / to brush away
Bayankala mountain range in Qinghai-Tibet Plateau, watershed of 黄河 Huang He river
Michaela (name)
Mothra (Japanese モスラ Mosura), Japanese movie monster
Kevlar
Zipporah, wife of Moses
Cassandra (given name) / Cassandra (character in Greek mythology)
Alcántara, municipality in the province of Cáceres, Extremadura, Spain / Alcantara, Brazil space launch site
Basra (city in Iraq)
Ernesto Che Guevara (1928-1967), Cuban Revolution leader
Dharamsala in Himachal Pradesh, north India, home of Tibetan government in exile
Hetu Ala (Manchu: Yellow Rock), Nurhaci's capital at the 1619 Battle of Sarhu
New Latin
Delilah (person name)
Ediacaran (c. 635-542 million years ago), late phase of pre-Cambrian geological era
lira (monetary unit) (loanword)
Karabilah (Iraqi city)
Cordillera, series of mountain ranges stretching from Patagonia in South America through to Alaska and Aleutian Islands
(onom.) / same as 噶喇
Kevlar
Cleopatra (c. 70-30 BC), queen of Egypt
Cleopatra (name) / Cleopatra VII Thea Philopator (69-30 BC), the last Egyptian pharaoh

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