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  *天* | 天* | *天
day / sky / heaven
  *空* | 空* | *空
empty / air / sky / in vain
starry sky / the heavens
  *霞* | 霞* | *霞
rose-tinted sky or clouds at sunrise or sunset
  *昊* | 昊* | *昊
vast and limitless / the vast sky
star in the sky
in the sky / in the air
blue sky
extremely expensive / sky-high price
clear sky / fig. high official position / noble
whole sky
to fall down / to decay / to fall from the sky / to die
Black Tortoise (the seven mansions of the north sky) / (in Daoism) God of the north sky
azure / sky blue
to drop from the sky / (fig.) to appear out of nowhere / (attributive) airborne
skyscraping / towering into the sky
many stars / a vast sky full of stars
Heaven / Providence / God / the day before / the sky above / to fly to the sky / to take off and fly into space / to die / to pass away
gargantuan / as big as the sky / enormous
clear sky / sunny day
lit. to fill the whole sky / everywhere / as far as the eye can see
night sky
(the) skies
sky blue
to soar / to wheel about in the sky
filling the atmosphere / covering the sky
clear sky / blue sky / upright and honorable (official)
wide sea and sky (idiom); boundless open vistas / the whole wide world / chatting about everything under the sun
  *穹* | 穹* | *穹
vault / dome / the sky
center of the sky / will of heaven / will of the Gods / the monarch's will
White Tiger (the seven mansions of the west sky) / (slang) hairless female genitalia
(of a meteor etc) to streak across (the sky) / (of a searchlight, lightning etc) to play across (the sky)
lit. to drop from the sky (idiom) / fig. to appear unexpectedly / to arise abruptly / out of the blue / to drop into one's lap
  *霁* | 霁* | *霁
sky clearing up
cloudy day / overcast sky
(literary) the vast sky / (finance) eventual downturn / poor prospects in the long term
overhead / in the sky
be high up in the sky
color of the sky / time of day, as indicated by the color of the sky / weather
clear sky
to rise to the sky / to lift off / to levitate / liftoff
like a heavenly steed, soaring across the skies (idiom) / (of writing, calligraphy etc) bold and imaginative / unconstrained in style
Vermilion Bird (the seven mansions of the south sky)
sky and the earth turning upside down (idiom); fig. complete confusion / everything turned on its head
reach high to the sky / tall / of great height
half the sky / women of the new society / womenfolk
reaching the sky / for days on end / incessantly
lit. hiding the sky and covering the earth (idiom); fig. earth-shattering / omnipresent / of universal importance
to fly up to the sky
Blue Dragon, other name of the Azure Dragon 青龍|青龙 (the seven mansions of the east sky)
overhead / up in the sky
sky clears after rain / new hopes after a disastrous period (idiom) / every cloud has a silver lining (idiom) / see also 雨過天青|雨过天青
great emptiness / the void / heaven / the skies / universe / cosmos / original essence of the cosmos
four divisions (of the twenty-eight constellations 二十八宿 of the sky into groups of seven mansions), namely: Azure Dragon 青龍|青龙, White Tiger 白虎, Vermilion Bird 朱雀, Black Tortoise 玄武
  *霭* | 霭* | *霭
mist / haze / cloudy sky
sky lantern (miniature hot-air balloon used during festivals)
sky and the earth turning upside down (idiom); fig. complete confusion / everything turned on its head
to face upwards / to look up to the sky
lit. as different as sky and earth (idiom) / fig. night and day difference / opposite extremes / a world of difference / a far cry from
a clear and boundless sky
lit. to reverse the rotation of the sky / fig. to reverse a desperate situation
  *叆* | 叆* | *叆
misty / cloudy sky / dark / obscure
the eagle soars in the sky (citation from Mao Zedong)
lit. to view the sky from the bottom of a well (idiom); ignorant and narrow-minded
(of snow etc) to fill the sky
thunder from a clear sky (idiom); a bolt from the blue
a meat pie falls from the sky (idiom) / to have something fall into your lap
man of Qǐ fears the sky falling (idiom); groundless fears
water and sky merge in one color (idiom)
scattered about like stars in the sky or chess pieces on a board (idiom); spread all over the place
lit. hiding the sky and covering the earth (idiom); fig. earth-shattering / omnipresent / of universal importance
freezing weather / frosty sky
a dome / a vault / the sky
the sky spins, the earth goes round (idiom); giddy with one's head spinning / fig. huge changes in the world
four legs facing the sky (idiom); flat on one's back
four divinities / four divine emperors / four mythical creatures symbolic of prosperity and longevity, namely the phoenix 鳳|凤, turtle 龜|龟, dragon 龍|龙 and Chinese unicorn 麒麟 / also 四象, the four division of the sky
lit. whole sky, a multitude of stars
white (paint from dried fish guts) / marble white color of the dawn sky
lit. to hide the sky with one hand / to hide the truth from the masses
(of enemies) cannot live under the same sky / absolutely irreconcilable
the blue sky
the sky / the heavens / (fig.) imperial court
lit. the sky is high and the emperor is far away (idiom) / fig. remote places are beyond the reach of the central government
rising straight up in a clear sky (idiom); rapid promotion to a high post / meteoric career
to ask for sky-high prices
filling the entire sky / covering everything (of fog, crime, disaster etc)
lit. to support the sky as a single pillar (idiom) / fig. to take a crucial responsibility upon one's shoulders
lit. even harder than reaching the sky (idiom) / fig. extremely difficult / far from an easy task
the sky / the firmament / the vault of heaven
sky lantern (miniature hot-air balloon used during festivals)
lit. dark sky and black earth (idiom) / fig. pitch dark / to black out / disorderly / troubled times
sky burial (Tibetan funeral practice)
lit. the sky shakes and the ground revolves / momentous changes are underway (idiom)
heaven / the distant sky
face to the ground, back to the sky
lit. wind and rain darken the sky (idiom); fig. the situation looks grim
to soar into the sky
to praise to the skies
Woman can hold up half the sky / fig. nowadays, women have an equal part to play in society

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