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to entreat / to implore / to plead
sorrow; sadness / distressed; sorrowful
grief / resentment / aggrieved / plaintive
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Ai (c. 2000 BC), sixth of legendary Flame Emperors 炎帝 descended from Shennong 神農|神农 Farmer God, also known as Li 釐|厘
  *哀* | 哀* | *哀
sorrow; grief; pity / to grieve for; to pity; to lament; to condole
mournful song / dirge / elegy
to sigh / to lament / to bewail
to grieve; to mourn / deep sorrow; grief
I, me (self-referring by a widowed empress etc, used in historical novels and operas)
to cry piteously / anguished wailing / same as 哀嚎
grief-stricken thoughts / mourning
to grieve over sb's death / to lament sb's death / mourning
(esp. of poetry, music) melancholy; sad and moving
(of animals, the wind etc) to make a mournful sound / whine; moan; wail
sorrow / grief
to weep in sorrow
lit. plaintive whine of geese (idiom); fig. land swarming with disaster victims / starving people fill the land
funeral music / plaint / dirge
to wail
to feel compassion for / to pity on / to feel sorry for
to take pity on / to feel sorry for
to beg piteously / to supplicate
nothing sadder than a withered heart (idiom attributed to Confucius by Zhuangzi 莊子|庄子) / no greater sorrow than a heart that never rejoices / the worst sorrow is not as bad as an uncaring heart / nothing is more wretched than apathy
funeral pomp
ultimatum (loanword)
an army burning with righteous indignation is bound to win (idiom)
deeply felt but not mawkish (idiom)
dirge / lament
Lament for the South, long poem in Fu style by Yu Xin 庾信 mourning the passing of Liang of the Southern dynasties 南朝梁朝
to be deeply grieved
obituary (archaic term)
son orphaned of his mother
grief; distress; bereavement / grieved; heartbroken; dejected
to howl in grief / anguished wailing / same as 哀號|哀号
to persuade by all possible means / to implore
to bring tribute as sign of submission (idiom); to submit
weeping and gnashing one's teeth (idiom)
joint name for the Han dynasty emperors Aidi (reigned 7-1 BC) and Pingdi (reigned 1 BC - 6 AD)
to take pity on / to feel sorry for
plaintive and beautiful / melancholy but gorgeous
variant of 哀辭|哀辞

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