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  *草* | 草* | *草
grass / straw / manuscript / draft (of a document) / careless / rough / CL: , , ,
  *艸* | 艸* | *艸
variant of
weeds / mistress or prostitute (old)
a book on Chinese (herbal) medicine / Chinese materia medica
rice straw
flowers and plants
pasture / forage grass / pasturage
water plants / habitat with water source and grass
  *草* | 草* | *草
variant of
licorice root
to weed
medicinal herb (genus Mesona) / grass jelly
army provisions / rations and fodder
carelessly / hastily
all kinds of grass / all kinds of flora
(one's) last straw to clutch at / one's last hope
mow grass
red root gromwell (Lithospermum erythrorhizon) / flowering plant whose roots provide purple dye / arnebia (plant genus in family Boraginaceae)
sogon grass
plantain herb (Plantago asiatica)
slipshod; careless; slovenly / (of handwriting) scrawly; illegible
tropical pitcher plant (i.e. genus Nepenthes)
medicinal herb
Hemerocallis fulva / daylily
tough upright grass / (fig.) a staunch character who is loyal despite danger and hardship
to fondle the flowers and trample the grass (idiom) / to womanize / to frequent brothels / to sow one's wild oats
lit. to pick the flowers and trample the grass (idiom) / fig. to womanize / to frequent brothels / to sow one's wild oats
rice-paper plant (Tetrapanax papyriferus)
Rubia cordifolia / Indian madder / munjit
clover / trefoil
caterpillar fungus (Cordyceps sinensis)
to mow grass / haymaking / to write a rough draft (of an essay etc)
Houttuynia cordata
coco-grass or nut sedge (Cyperus rotundus)
mimosa / sensitive plant (that closes its leaves when touched)
sb who goes whichever way the wind blows / sb with no mind of their own / easily swayed person / opportunist
creeping oxalis / edelweiss
aromatic herb / vanilla / alternative name for Eupatorium fortunei / (fig.) loyal and dependable person (old)
creeper / climbing plant / twiner
to hoe / to weed
very rarely seen, unusual (idiom)
(botany) Japanese hop (Humulus japonicus)
vetiver grass (Vetiveria zizanoides)
valerian (Valeriana officinalis)
lit. a rabbit never eats the grass beside its own burrow (idiom) / fig. even a scoundrel does not do harm in his immediate neighborhood
daylily (Hemerocallis fulva)
Asakusa, district of Tokyo with an atmosphere of old Japan, famous for the 7th century Buddhist temple, Sensō-ji
to make a draft / to draw up (plans)
there are plenty more fish in the sea (idiom)
the spongy, white pulp inside the stem of rush plants, used as a wick for oil lamps
Venus flytrap (Dionaea muscipula)
ragweed (Ambrosia artemisiifolia) / fishwort (Houttuynia cordata)
forage grass
lit. a good horse doesn't turn around and graze the same patch again (idiom) / fig. once you've moved on, don't go back again (romantic relationship, job etc) / leave the past behind
Asian mugwort or wormwood (genus Artemesia)
snapdragon (Antirrhinum majus)
fur clothing
lit. sturdy grass withstands high winds (idiom) / fig. strength of character is revealed in a crisis
rush (botany) / Juncaceae
lit. abandoned by men and choked with weeds / desolate (idiom)
deep gratitude up to death
weeds / brush (vegetation) / wild grassland
lit. sturdy grass withstands high winds (idiom) / fig. strength of character is revealed in a crisis
Chinese alpine rush (botany)
hop (Humulus lupulus), climbing plant whose flower cones are used in brewing beer
Lucao or Lutsao Township in Chiayi County 嘉義縣|嘉义县, west Taiwan
honewort / Cryptotaenia japonica
grass that has grown on a grave since last year / (fig.) grave / to have died long ago / fodder provided to animals for the night
withered grass / dry grass
lit. an old cow eats young grass (idiom) / fig. a May-December relationship / a romance where the man is significantly older than the woman
hyssop (Hyssopus officinalis)
evening primrose
green grass
motherwort (Leonurus heterophyllus or L. cardiaca)
(botany) Persicaria orientalis
(of Taiwan aborigines) to go on a headhunting expedition
to graze; to eat grass
henbit deadnettle (Lamium amplexicaule)
spatterdock (Nuphar pumilum), a type of lily
lit. to live on dry provisions and wild herbs (idiom) / fig. to live in abject poverty
(idiom) to bring trouble on oneself
reed canary grass (Phalaris arundinacea)
the most handsome boy in the school (see also 校花)
semicursive script
(botany) rue (Ruta graveolens)
four-leaf clover
sedge herb (Cyperus rotundus)

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