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healthy / peaceful / abundant
to recuperate / to recover (health) / to convalesce
Kangxi, title of the reign (1661-1722) of the Kangxi Emperor 聖祖|圣祖
Dartsendo, Dardo or Kangding county (Tibetan: dar mdo rdzong) in Garze Tibetan autonomous prefecture 甘孜藏族自治州, Sichuan (formerly in Kham province of Tibet)
Connecticut, US state
Cornell (US University)
Cambridge (city), from a poem by Xu Zhimo 徐志摩
healthy / fit
Kongka (brand)
Kangle County in Linxia Hui Autonomous Prefecture 臨夏回族自治州|临夏回族自治州, Gansu
peace and happiness (old) / healthy and happy / recreation
Kangping county in Shenyang 瀋陽|沈阳, Liaoning
peace and prosperity
carnation (Dianthus caryophyllus) (loanword)
Condoleezza Rice (1954-), US Secretary of State 2005-2009
Immanuel Kant (1724-1804), German philosopher
Cornell University
Kang county in Longnan 隴南|陇南, Gansu
Kangbao county in Zhangjiakou 張家口|张家口, Hebei
Connecticut, US state (Tw)
Concord (place name) / Concord, capital of US state New Hampshire
Kang Sheng (1896-1975), Chinese communist leader, a politburo member during the Cultural Revolution and posthumously blamed for some of its excesses
Kangmar county, Tibetan: Khang dmar rdzong, in Shigatse prefecture, Tibet
Kangmar county, Tibetan: Khang dmar rdzong, in Shigatse prefecture, Tibet
broad and open road (idiom); fig. brilliant future prospects
Kongsvinger (city in Hedemark, Norway)
Kang Guangren (1867-1898), younger brother of Kang Youwei 康有為|康有为 and one of the Six Gentlemen Martyrs 戊戌六君子 of the unsuccessful reform movement of 1898
through street / thoroughfare
Konstanz (Germany)
Khampa, subdivision of Tibetan ethnic group / former Tibetan province of Kham, now split between Tibet and Sichuan
combine (loanword) / harvester
safe and healthy
Connecticut, US state
Cantor (name) / Georg Cantor (1845-1918), German mathematician, founder of set theory 集合論|集合论
Kachenjunga (Himalayan peak)
booming and golden age of Qing dynasty (from Kang Xi to Qian Long emperors)
Kangbao county in Zhangjiakou 張家口|张家口, Hebei
former Tibetan province of Kham, now split between Tibet and Sichuan
Dartsendo, Dardo or Kangding county (Tibetan: dar mdo rdzong) in Garze Tibetan autonomous prefecture 甘孜藏族自治州, Sichuan (formerly in Kham province of Tibet)
former Tibetan province of Kham, now split between Tibet and Sichuan
former Kham province of Tibet, now split between Tibet and Sichuan
Kangping county in Shenyang 瀋陽|沈阳, Liaoning
cancan (loanword)
strong and healthy / fit
Constanta (city in Romania)
Kang Youwei (1858-1927), Confucian intellectual, educator and would-be reformer, main leader of the failed reform movement of 1898
Kangle County in Linxia Hui Autonomous Prefecture 臨夏回族自治州|临夏回族自治州, Gansu
the Kangxi Dictionary, named after the Kangxi Emperor, who in 1710 ordered its compilation, containing 47,035 single-character entries
comprador (loanword)


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