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coarse / crude (in one's manner) / boorish
HSK 6
Rubin (name) / Robert E. Rubin (1938-), US Treasury Secretary 1995-1999 under President Clinton
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  *魯* | 魯* | *魯
surname Lu / Lu, ancient state of China 魯國|鲁国 / Lu, short name for Shandong 山東|山东
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  *魯* | 魯* | *魯
(bound form) crass / stupid / rude / (used to represent the sounds of "ru", "lu" etc in loanwords)
Ürümqi or Urumqi, prefecture-level city and capital of Xinjiang Uighur Autonomous Region 新疆維吾爾自治區|新疆维吾尔自治区 in west China
Brooklyn, borough of New York City
Zulu
alternative name for Shandong 山東|山东
Aruba, island in the Caribbean, a self-governing part of the Netherlands
(Tw) (slang) a prank, prevalent in Chinese schools and known as "happy corner" in Hong Kong, in which several people carry a victim with his legs spread open, bringing his groin up against a pole or tree trunk
Tom Cruise (1962-), film actor
Georgia (country)
Yale University
Nauru, island country in the southwestern Pacific
Pierre Trudeau (1919-2000), prime minister of Canada 1980-1984 and 1968-1979 / Justin Trudeau (1971-), prime minister of Canada from 2015
Andrew (name)
Rukai, one of the indigenous peoples of Taiwan
Taroko National Park in Hualien County 花蓮縣|花莲县, Taiwan / Taroko ethnic group Taiwan
Lhalu, Tibetan name and place name / Lhalu Tsewang Dorje (1915-2011), Tibetan pro-Chinese politician / Lhalu suburb of Lhasa
Brussels, capital of Belgium
Brook (name) / Peter Brook (1925), British theater director
Nauru, island country in the southwestern Pacific (Tw)
blues (music) (loanword)
hot-headed / impulsive / reckless
Jawaharlal Nehru (1889-1964), Indian politician, first prime minister 1947-1964
Yale
(slang) loser (loanword) (Tw)
Ürümqi or Urumqi, prefecture-level city and capital of Xinjiang Uighur Autonomous Region 新疆維吾爾自治區|新疆维吾尔自治区 in west China
Lu Xun (1881-1936), one of the earliest and best-known modern Chinese writers
Turpan City in Xinjiang (Chinese: Tulufan)
Lu, vassal state at the time of the Zhou Dynasty 周朝, located in the southwest of present-day Shandong 山東|山东, birthplace of Confucius
Beirut, capital of Lebanon
Bruges (Dutch Brugge), medieval town in Belgium
Prussia (historical German state)
Brunei Darussalam
Rouen (France)
Brooklyn Bridge
Perugia (city in Italy)
Lu Su or Lu Zijing 魯子敬|鲁子敬 (172-217), statesman, diplomat and strategist of Eastern Wu 東吳|东吴
person from Shandong / often refers to Confucius / stupid person
Karlsruhe (city in Germany)
stupid / slow on the uptake
Honolulu, capital of Hawaii / also called 檀香山
Anglo-
Turpan prefecture in Xinjiang
Baton Rouge, capital of Louisiana
Yarlung Tsangpo River, Tibet
Lushan county in Pingdingshan 平頂山|平顶山, Henan
Pinglu district of Shuozhou city 朔州市, Shanxi
Nikita Khrushchev (1894-1971), secretary-general of Soviet Communist Party 1953-1964
Kailu county in Tongliao 通遼|通辽, Inner Mongolia
Gelugpa school of Tibetan Buddhism
Ruhr River, a tributary of the Rhine in Germany
Lushan county in Pingdingshan 平頂山|平顶山, Henan
Turpan City in Xinjiang (Chinese: Tulufan)
Ludian county in Zhaotong 昭通, Yunnan
Brutus (name) / Marcus Junius Brutus (85-42 BC), late Roman Republic politician who conspired against Julius Caesar / Lucius Junius Brutus (6th c. BC), founder of the Roman Republic
the Ruhr, region in Germany
lute (loanword)
Tuvalu, island country in the SW Pacific (Tw)
dull-witted / foolish
Holbrook (name) / Richard C.A. Holbrooke (1941-2010), US diplomat, influential in brokering 1995 Dayton Bosnian peace deal, US special envoy to Afghanistan and Pakistan from 2009
Cyrus (name)
Bengkulu (Indonesian town on the south coast of Sumatra)
Tergüel or Teruel, Spain
Farouk of Egypt (1920-1965), king of Egypt 1936-1952
Kailu county in Tongliao 通遼|通辽, Inner Mongolia
Epicurus (341-270 BC), ancient Greek philosopher
Mongolian daruqachi, local commander in Mongol and Yuan times
Jarud banner or Jarud khoshuu in Tongliao 通遼|通辽, Inner Mongolia
Pinglu district of Shuozhou city 朔州市, Shanxi
Urumqi county (Uighur: Ürümchi Nahiyisi) in Urumqi 烏魯木齊|乌鲁木齐, Xinjiang
Ludian county in Zhaotong 昭通, Yunnan
Brutus (name) / Marcus Junius Brutus (85-42 BC), late Roman Republic politician who conspired against Julius Caesar / Lucius Junius Brutus (6th c. BC), founder of the Roman Republic
Ar Horqin banner or Aru Khorchin khoshuu in Chifeng 赤峰, Inner Mongolia
Taroko, one of the indigenous peoples of Taiwan
Brucella (infectious disease)
guru (loanword)
Shandong cuisine
Bengkulu (Indonesian town on the south coast of Sumatra)
Peruvian ground-cherry / cape gooseberry / Physalis peruviana
Lu Ban, legendary master craftsman, called the father of Chinese carpentry
Marcel Proust (1871-1922), French author
the lord of Lu (who declined to employ Confucius)
the Turpan Depression in Xinjiang
Avarua, capital of the Cook Islands
(onom.) the sound of a rolling object
Peru
jitterbug (loanword)
robust (loanword) / solid
Nikita Khrushchev (1894-1971), secretary-general of Soviet communist party 1953-1964 / also written 赫魯曉夫|赫鲁晓夫
Cthulhu, fictional cosmic entity created by writer H. P. Lovecraft
Bosphorus
Örebro (city in Sweden)
Mt Elbrus, the highest peak of the Caucasus Mountains
Kota Bharu, city in Malaysia on border with Thailand, capital of Kelantan sultanate
Innsbruck, city in Austria
Cyrus the Great (ca. 600-530 BC), the founder of the Persian Empire and the conqueror of Babylon
the cuisines of Sichuan, Shandong, Guangdong, Jiangsu, Zhejiang, Fujian, Hunan and Anhui (the eight major cuisines of China 八大菜系)

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