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karaoke (slang)
  *歌* | 歌* | *歌
song / CL: , / to sing
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variant of
song lyric / lyrics
nursery rhyme
to sing a song
love song
poem / CL: , ,
Western opera / CL: 場|场, 齣|出
singing voice / fig. original voice of a poet
singing and dancing
oldie (song)
school song
to sing the praises of / to extol / to eulogize
to sing
singing star / famous singer
national anthem
folk song / CL: ,
female singer
to sing and dance / general term for a round dance
fan of a singer
Acura (Honda car model)
(literary) to celebrate in song / to eulogize
(sad) farewell song
music and song (formal writing)
singing stage / music business (esp. pop music)
song and dance troupe
opera house
folksong / ballad / nursery rhyme
to sing loudly / to lift one's voice in song
Zhaoge, capital of the Shang dynasty 商朝 / Zhaoge town in Qi county 淇縣|淇县, Hebi 鶴壁|鹤壁, Henan
to advance singing loudly (idiom); triumphant progress
Yangge, a popular rural folk dance
folk song / mountain song
triumphal hymn / victory song / paean
answering phrase of duet / to sing antiphonal answer
love song
a dirge / an elegy
lit. you can sing or you can cry (idiom); fig. deeply moving / happy and sad / inspiring and tragic
Yingge or Yingko town in New Taipei City 新北市, Taiwan
sad melody / stirring strains / elegy / dirge / threnody / sing with solemn fervor
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe (1749-1832), German poet and dramatist
to sing the praises of sb
singing and dancing (idiom); festive celebrations
shepherd's song / pastoral
karaoke hall / singing hall (venue for concerts of popular songs)
the warbler sings and the swallow dances / prosperity abounds (idiom)
Chen Kaige (1952-), Chinese movie director
female singer (archaic)
Epistle of St Paul to the Colossians
to yodel
variant of 谷歌
Google, Internet company and search engine
Wakayama prefecture in central Japan
Costa Cruises (brand)
chorus / refrain
to sing at the top of one's voice (idiom)
lit. sing to accompany wine (idiom); fig. life is short, make merry while you can
lit. on all sides, the songs of Chu (idiom) / fig. surrounded by enemies, isolated and without help
disc / record (music)
can sing and dance (idiom); fig. a person of many talents
to sing sb's praises (mostly derogatory)
song contest
to sing to a string accompaniment / education (a reference to teaching the people Confucian values by means of song in ancient times)
type of opera from Taiwan and Fujian
Song of the Earth / Das Lied von der Erde
The Internationale
enka (Japanese genre of sentimental ballads)
boisterous live show held during the Ghost Festival 中元節|中元节 in Singapore and other parts of Southeast Asia
folk singer
morning chorus (birdsong)
lit. to celebrate peace with songs and dance (idiom) / fig. to make a show of happiness and prosperity
mournful song / dirge / elegy
musical theater / Opéra Comique, Paris
Eurovision Song Contest
(bird species of China) Siberian rubythroat (Calliope calliope)
the Lamentations of Jeremiah
part of the Book of Songs 詩經|诗经 / a song / a poem set to elegant music / a refined chant / the biblical Song of Solomon
Yangge opera, a rural form of theater
rammers' work chant
(bird species of China) Siberian blue robin (Larvivora cyane)
(bird species of China) bluethroat (Luscinia svecica)
Yingge or Yingko town in New Taipei City 新北市, Taiwan
Wakayama prefecture in central Japan
waka (style of Japanese poetry)
(bird species of China) Australasian bush lark (Mirafra javanica)
(bird species of China) Chinese thrush (Turdus mupinensis)
singing and dancing (idiom); festive celebrations
The Phantom of the Opera by Andrew Lloyd Webber

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