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king / CL: 個|个
HSK 5
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king or monarch / best or strongest of its type / grand / great
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to rule / to reign over
queen
One Piece (manga and anime)
hegemon / overlord / despot
Sun Wukong, the Monkey King, character with supernatural powers in the novel Journey to the West 西遊記|西游记
sovereign king
Dragon King (mythology)
Yu-Gi-Oh!
devil king / evil person
Mr Wang from next door (term used jocularly to refer to a neighbor who is supposedly sleeping with one's wife)
emperor / god / Hong Xiuquan's self-proclaimed title / see also 洪秀全
regent / monarch
Poseidon, Greek god of the sea / Neptune, Roman god of the sea / Aquaman, DC comic book superhero
king / magnate / person having expert skill in something
robber baron (in opera, old stories) / magnate
regent
King Arthur
prince
boxing champion
eating champion
queen bee
same as 閻羅王|阎罗王 / Yama, King of Hell / translation of Sanskrit: Yama Raja
Gyuumao
Street Fighter (video game series)
King Lear, 1605 tragedy by William Shakespeare 莎士比亞|莎士比亚
Burger King (fast food restaurant)
sage ruler
to win the championship / (of an emperor) to bestow the title of king on a subject
King Xuan, eleventh King of Zhou, reigned (828-782 BC)
Elvis Presley (1935-1977), US pop singer and film star / transliterated as 埃爾維斯·普雷斯利|埃尔维斯·普雷斯利
Queen Victoria (reigned 1837-1901)
King You of Zhou (795-771 BC), last king of Western Zhou 西周
sage kings
the four heavenly kings (Sanskrit vajra) / the four guardians or warrior attendants of Buddha
devil incarnate (idiom) / fiend in human form
(coll.) person who makes people laugh / funny guy
chess champion
King Zhou of Shang (11th century BC), notorious as a cruel tyrant
to meet one's Maker / to die
Chuangwang or Roaming King, adopted name of late Ming peasant rebel leader Li Zicheng 李自成 (1605-1645)
Chakravarti raja (Sanskrit: King of Kings) / emperor in Hindu mythology
Yama, King of Hell / translation of Sanskrit: Yama Raja
Sakyamuni
King Huai of Chu (reigned 328-299 BC) / later King Huai of Chu (reigned 208-205 BC)
Siziwang banner or Dörvön-xüüxed khoshuu in Ulaanchab 烏蘭察布|乌兰察布, Inner Mongolia
Zaoshen, the god of the kitchen / also written 灶神
Luo Binwang (640-684), one of Four Great Poets of the Early Tang 初唐四傑|初唐四杰
Gu Yewang (519-581), historian and an interpreter of classical texts, editor of Yupian 玉篇
King Zhuang of Chu (reigned 613-591 BC), one of the Five Hegemons 春秋五霸
Herod the Great (73 BC - 4 BC), Roman-appointed king of Judea (37-4 BC)
the king of hell
Grand Prince (Qing title)
King David
Duracell (US brand of batteries etc)
Chakravarti raja (Sanskrit: King of Kings) / emperor in Hindu mythology
in the country of the blind the one-eyed man is king
King Xiaocheng of Zhao 趙國|赵国, reigned 266-245 BC
to defeat the enemy by capturing their chief (idiom)
King Xuan of Qi (reigned 342-324 BC)
Sejong the Great or Sejong Daewang (1397-1450), reigned 1418-1450 as fourth king of Joseon or Chosun dynasty, in whose reign the hangeul alphabet was invented
King Huiwen of Zhao 趙國|赵国, reigned 298-266 BC during the Warring States Period
"super plastic" (term used to refer to Teflon)
Sacred King, founder of Zhangzhou, posthumous title of Tang dynasty general Chen Yuanguang (657-711) 陳元光|陈元光
King Cheng of Zhou (1055-1021 BC), reigned 1042-1021 BC as the 2nd king of Western Zhou 西周, son of King Wu of Zhou 周武王
the pagoda bearing god
Ptolemy, kings of Egypt after the partition of Alexander the Great's Empire in 305 BC
King Min of Qi (reigned 323-284 BC)
King Daoxiang of Zhao 趙國|赵国, reigned 245-236 BC
Tangun, legendary founder of Korea in 2333 BC
to serve the king diligently / to save the country in times of danger / to send troops to rescue the king
former kings / former emperors / in Confucian writing, refers esp. to the sage rulers Yao 堯|尧, Shun , Yu , Tang 湯|汤 and the kings of Zhou
King Jie, the final ruler of the Xia dynasty (until c. 1600 BC), a notoriously cruel and immoral tyrant
the pagoda bearing god
King Wen of Zhou state (c. 1152-1056 BC), reigned c. 1099-1056 BC as king of Zhou state, leading figure in building the subsequent Western Zhou dynasty, father of King Wu of Zhou 周武王 the first Zhou dynasty king
King Wu of Zhou (-1043), personal name Ji Fa 姬發|姬发, reigned 1046-1043 BC as first king of Western Zhou dynasty 1046-1043 BC
King Mu, fifth king of Zhou, said to have lived to 105 and reigned 976-922 BC or 1001-947 BC, rich in associated mythology
King Huiwen of Qin 秦國|秦国, ruled 338-311 BC during the Warring States Period
Ashoka (304-232 BC), Indian emperor of the Maurya Dynasty 孔雀王朝, ruled 273-232 BC


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