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to hoard / to collect / collection / to bookmark (Internet)
  *藏* | 藏* | *藏
Tibet / Xizang 西藏
  *藏* | 藏* | *藏
to conceal / to hide away / to harbor / to store / to collect
  *藏* | 藏* | *藏
storehouse / depository / Buddhist or Taoist scripture
to hide / to conceal / to mask / to shelter / to harbor (i.e. keep sth hidden) / to hide oneself / to lie low / to nestle / hidden / implicit / private / covert / recessed (lighting)
to conceal oneself / to go into hiding / to take cover
Tibet / Xizang or Tibetan autonomous region 西藏自治區|西藏自治区
favorites folder (web browser)
precious mineral deposits / hidden treasure / (fig.) treasure / (Buddhism) the treasure of Buddha's law
refrigeration / cold storage / to keep (food, medicine) in cold environment
to collect in a museum or library / museum collection / library holdings
Tibetan ethnic group
Tibetan autonomous region, Tibetan: Bod rang skyong ljongs, abbr. , capital Lhasa 拉薩|拉萨
collection / to collect (valuables)
to hide / to conceal
to store / deposit / (oil, mineral etc) deposits
repository of items of cultural significance / collection
museum piece / collector's item / precious object
to collect books / library collection
Sichuan and Tibet
to hold in store / to contain (untapped reserves etc)
to store up / to hoard / deposits
secret store / a stash (of contraband)
Qinghai-Tibetan plateau
to hide / to go into hiding / to take refuge
refrigerated truck or wagon
Tripitaka Koreana, Buddhist scriptures carved on 81,340 wooden tablets and housed in Haeinsa 海印寺 in South Gyeongsang province of South Korea
Tripitaka (602-664) Tang dynasty Buddhist monk and translator, who traveled to India 629-645 / same as 玄奘
Tibetan Buddhism
Tibetan language
Tibetan mastiff / also called 西藏獒犬
to cover up / to conceal / to go into hiding
mineral resources
to bury / to hide by burying / hidden
navy blue
keep in store / preserve
Tibetan script / Tibetan written language / Tibetan language
storeroom / CL: 間|间
pro-Tibet / to support Tibet / to support Tibetan independence
Tripitaka (602-664) Tang dynasty Buddhist monk and translator, who traveled to India 629-645 / same as 玄奘
hidden beneath the surface / buried and concealed
Dêqên or Diqing Tibetan autonomous prefecture, northwest Yunnan, capital Jiantang 建塘鎮|建塘镇
Ngawa Tibetan and Qiang autonomous prefecture (Tibetan: rnga ba bod rigs cha'ng rigs rang skyong khul, formerly in Kham province of Tibet), northwest Sichuan, capital Barkam 馬爾康鎮|马尔康镇
Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon, movie by Ang Lee 李安
lit. hidden dragon, crouching tiger (idiom) / fig. talented individuals in hiding / concealed talent
Tibetan (person)
cooler / ice chest / reefer container
Garze or Kandze, Tibetan autonomous prefecture (Tibetan: dkar mdzes bod rigs rang skyong khul), formerly in Kham province of Tibet, present Sichuan
Yushu Tibetan autonomous prefecture (Tibetan: yus hru'u bod rigs rang skyong khul) in Qinghai
Gannan Tibetan autonomous prefecture in Gansu
hidden / covered / concealed
Haixi Mongol and Tibetan autonomous prefecture (Tibetan: Mtsho-nub Sog-rigs dang Bod-rigs rang-skyong-khul) in Qinghai
saffron (Crocus sativus)
Haibei Tibetan autonomous prefecture (Tibetan: Mtsho-byang Bod-rigs rang-skyong-khul) in Qinghai
Qinghai-Tibet railway
Golog Tibetan autonomous prefecture (Tibetan: Mgo-log Bod-rigs rang-skyong-khul) in south Qinghai
to conceal one's abilities and wait (idiom); to lie low and await the opportune moment
Hainan Tibetan autonomous prefecture (Tibetan Mtsho-lho Bod-rigs rang-skyong-khul), Qinghai
Huangnan Tibetan autonomous prefecture (Tibetan: Rma-lho Bod-rigs rang skyong khul) in Qinghai
Tibetan antelope or Chiru (Pantholops hodgsonii)
Kṣitigarbha Bodhisattva, the Bodhisattva of the Great Vow (to save all souls before accepting Bodhi) / also translated Earth Treasury, Earth Womb, or Earth Store Bodhisattva
hidden / a hidden treasure (often a Buddhist relic) / to keep secret
Qinghai and Tibet
hiding place / hideout
reserves / amount still in store
Yarlung Tsangpo River, Tibet
Great Canyon of Yarlung Tsangpo-Brahmaputra (through the southeast Himalayas, from Tibet to Assam and Bangladesh)
lit. hidden dragon, crouching tiger (idiom) / fig. talented individuals in hiding / concealed talent
Yunnan and Tibet
Tibetan (person)
lit. a dagger hidden in smiles (idiom); friendly manners belying hypocritical intentions / when the fox preaches, look to the geese
to hide dirt, to conceal corruption (idiom); to shelter evil people and accept wrongdoing / aiding and abetting wicked deeds
man behind the mirror / puppet master / string puller
a golden house to keep one's mistress (idiom); a magnificent house built for a beloved woman
(bird species of China) Tibetan snowcock (Tetraogallus tibetanus)
chebulic myrobalan (Terminalia chebula)
Tianzhu Tibetan Autonomous County in Wuwei 武威, Gansu
to harbor / to shelter
to contain / to harbor / to conceal
the Qinghai-Tibet route
to be in hiding
Tripitaka (602-664) Tang dynasty Buddhist monk and translator, who traveled to India 629-645 / same as 玄奘
Tibetan Independence (movement) / abbr. for 西藏獨立運動|西藏独立运动
Akasagarbha Bodhisattva
Qinghai-Tibet railway
Tibetan (person)
hiding place / hideout / shelter
avoiding doing something that one is clumsy at to save face
treasure chest
to harbor evil intentions (idiom); concealing malice
to hide the head and show the tail (idiom); to give a partial account / half-truths
cave holding scripture depository, part of Mogao cave complex 莫高窟, Dunhuang 敦煌
hide and seek / peek-a-boo
(bird species of China) Tibetan rosefinch (Carpodacus roborowskii)
pilonidal disease
sow in spring, develop in summer, harvest in autumn, store in winter (idiom)
to store / to have sth in storage
Sino-Tibetan language family

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