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horse / CL: / horse or cavalry piece in Chinese chess / knight in Western chess
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surname Ma / abbr. for Malaysia 馬來西亞|马来西亚
BMW (car company)
precious horse
mythical horse / Internet slang for 什麼|什么
at once / immediately / promptly / swiftly
The Bahamas
Oklahoma, US state
feral horse / free-roaming horse / wild horse
sea horse / hippocampus
Minister of War (official title in pre-Han Chinese states) / two-character surname Sima
dark horse / fig. unexpected winner
men and horses / troops / group of people / troop / staff / centaur
colt / pony
wooden horse / rocking horse / vaulting horse (gymnastics) / trojan horse (computing)
Real Madrid soccer team / abbr. for 皇家馬德里|皇家马德里
(lit.) to fall from a horse / (fig.) to suffer a setback / to come a cropper / to be sacked (e.g. for corruption)
celestial horse (mythology) / fine horse / Ferghana horse / (western mythology) Pegasus
Barack Obama (1961-), US Democrat politician, president 2009-2017
lit. green plums and hobby-horse (idiom) / fig. innocent children's games / childhood sweethearts / a couple who grew up as childhood friends
to ride a horse
zebra / CL:
to urge on a horse using a whip or spurs
lit. ten thousand mile horse / fine steed
to get on a horse / to mount
Houma, county-level city in Linfen 臨汾|临汾, Shanxi
bamboo stick used as a toy horse
horse race / horse racing
fine horse / steed
Hummer (vehicle brand)
to dismount from a horse / (fig.) to abandon (a project)
troops and horses / military forces
Duma, lower chamber of Russian parliament
Puma (brand)
emperor's son-in-law
Tsushima Island, between Japan and South Korea
to ride (a horse) / to go on horseback
to recruit soldiers and buy horses (idiom); to raise a large army / fig. to expand business / to recruit new staff
Yima, county-level city in Sanmenxia 三門峽|三门峡, Henan
Trojan horse, to add malware to a website or program (computing)
magnificent army with thousands of men and horses (idiom); impressive display of manpower / all the King's horses and all the King's men
armored horse / cavalry / metal chimes hanging from eaves / steel barricade / (Tw) bike
Year 7, year of the Horse (e.g. 2002)
vehicles and horses
horse race / to ride a horse at a fast pace / (dialect) wet dream
oxen and horses / beasts of burden / CL: 隻|只
gamma (Greek letter Γγ) (loanword)
stallion / stud horse
(literary) (swift like a) speeding horse
lit. single spear and horse (idiom); fig. single-handed / unaccompanied
pommel horse (gymnastics)
pack animal / horse and mule
Tian Ji races his horses (and accepts one loss in order to ensure two wins) (idiom)
very powerful army
(official title) herald to the crown prince (in imperial China)
(literary) inferior horse
variant of 砝碼|砝码
Alabama, US state
to gallop / to spur on a horse / to let one's steed have his head
Rémy Martin cognac
trestle / carpenter's frame
making a deer out to be a horse (idiom); deliberate misrepresentation
military horse / by extension, military matters
Alexandre Dumas, père (1802-1870), French writer
to urge on a horse by patting its bottom / fig. to encourage / same as 拍馬屁|拍马屁, to flatter or toady
lit. the old man lost his horse, but it all turned out for the best (idiom) / fig. a blessing in disguise / it's an ill wind that blows nobody any good
lit. heart like a frisky monkey, mind like a cantering horse (idiom); fig. capricious (derog.) / to have ants in one's pants / hyperactive / adventurous and uncontrollable
good horse
lit. a horse that brings trouble to its herd (idiom) / fig. troublemaker / black sheep / rotten apple
lit. to rein in the horse at the edge of the precipice (idiom) / fig. to act in the nick of time
to smooth whiskers and pat a horse's bottom (idiom); to use flatter to get what one wants / to toady / boot-licking
Kangmar county, Tibetan: Khang dmar rdzong, in Shigatse prefecture, Tibet
vault (gymnastics)
to break in a horse / a trained saddle horse
to harness a horse / to lasso a horse
gnu / wildebeest
mounted scout (arch.)
(idiom) (coll.) to continue in an unsatisfactory job (or romantic relationship etc) while actively looking for a better one
paper dolls for ritual use in the shape of people or animals
lit. the black horse of the herd / fig. troublemaker / the black sheep of the family
pack horse
neither fish nor fowl / resembling nothing on earth
Dodoma, capital of Tanzania
to set out (on a campaign) / to stand for election / to throw one's cap in the ring
camel cricket / Diestrammena japonica
Rome, capital of Italy
lit. a horse that has thrown off the reins (idiom); runaway horse / out of control
at the gallop
lit. an old horse knows the way home (idiom); fig. in difficulty, trust an experience colleague
variant of 費瑪|费玛
to fall off a horse

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