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prince / son of a king
HSK 5
king / CL: 個|个
HSK 5
the Way of the Hegemon / abbr. for 霸王之道 / despotic rule / rule by might / evil as opposed to the Way of the King 王道 / overbearing / tyranny / (of liquor, medicine etc) strong / potent
HSK 6
dynasty / reign (of a king)
HSK 6
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  *将* | 将* | *将
general / commander-in-chief (military) / king (chess piece) / to command / to lead
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  *王* | 王* | *王
king or monarch / best or strongest of its type / grand / great
King Kong
Duke of Zhou (11th c. BC), son of King Wen of Zhou 周文王, played an important role as regent in founding the Western Zhou 西周, and is also known as the "God of Dreams"
Dragon King (mythology)
court (of king or emperor)
devil king / evil person
great sage / mahatma / king / emperor / outstanding personage / Buddha
Long live (the king, the revolution etc)! / Your Majesty / His Majesty
Sun Wukong, the Monkey King, character with supernatural powers in the novel Journey to the West 西遊記|西游记 / Son Goku, the main character in Dragon Ball 七龍珠|七龙珠
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  *仕* | 仕* | *仕
to serve as an official / an official / the two chess pieces in Chinese chess guarding the "general" or "king" 將|将
king's palace / throne hall
king / magnate / person having expert skill in something
lit. old general / commander-in-chief 將帥|将帅, the equivalent of king in Chinese chess / fig. old-timer / veteran
sovereign king
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  *崩* | 崩* | *崩
to collapse / to fall into ruins / death of king or emperor / demise
Sun Wukong, the Monkey King, character with supernatural powers in the novel Journey to the West 西遊記|西游记
same as 閻羅王|阎罗王 / Yama, King of Hell / translation of Sanskrit: Yama Raja
ferocious mythological animal, the fifth son of the dragon king / zoomorphic mask motif, found on Shang and Zhou ritual bronzes / gluttonous / sumptuous (banquet)
Yama, King of Hell / translation of Sanskrit: Yama Raja
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  *纣* | 纣* | *纣
(bound form) Zhou, pejorative name given posthumously to the last king of the Shang dynasty 商紂王|商纣王 (the name refers to a crupper 紂|纣, the piece of horse tack most likely to be soiled by the horse)
Sun Quan (reigned 222-252), southern warlord and king of state of Wu 吳|吴 in the Three Kingdoms period
Monkey Wreaks Havoc in Heaven, story about the Monkey King Sun Wukong 孫悟空|孙悟空 from the novel Journey to the West 西遊記|西游记
Great Sage the Equal of Heaven, self-proclaimed title of the Monkey King Sun Wukong 孫悟空|孙悟空 in the novel Journey to the West 西遊記|西游记
palace of the Dragon King at the bottom of the Eastern Sea
king oyster mushroom (Pleurotus eryngii)
Investiture of the Gods, major Ming dynasty vernacular novel of mythology and fantasy, very loosely based on King Wu of Zhou's 周武王 overthrow of the Shang, subsequent material for opera, film, TV series, computer games etc
Cao Cao (155-220), famous statesman and general at the end of Han, noted poet and calligrapher, later warlord, founder and first king of Cao Wei 曹魏, father of Emperor Cao Pi 曹丕 / the main villain of novel the Romance of Three Kingdoms 三國演義|三国演义
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  *辟* | 辟* | *辟
king / monarch / to enlist / to repel / to avoid
the Way of the King / statecraft / benevolent rule / virtuous as opposed to the Way of Hegemon 霸道
King Arthur
Jing Ke (-227 BC), celebrated in verse and fiction as would-be assassin of King Ying Zheng of Qin 秦嬴政 (later the First Emperor 秦始皇)
Burger King (fast food restaurant)
magnificent army with thousands of men and horses (idiom); impressive display of manpower / all the King's horses and all the King's men
to depose (a king)
King Wu of Zhou 周武王 overthrows tyrant Zhou of Shang 商紂王|商纣王
title of king / kingship
Xishi (c. 450 BC), famous Chinese beauty, foremost of the four legendary beauties 四大美女, given by King Gou Jian 勾踐|勾践 of Yue as concubine to King of Wu as part of a successful plan to destroy Wu
posthumous name given to second emperor of a dynasty / King Taejong of Joseon Korea (1367-1422), reigned 1400-1418
lit. to sleep on brushwood and taste gall (like King Gou Jian of Yue 勾踐|勾践), in order to recall one's humiliations) (idiom) / fig. to maintain one's resolve for revenge
to win the championship / (of an emperor) to bestow the title of king on a subject
King County
variant of 閻羅|阎罗 / Yama, King of Hell / translation of Sanskrit: Yama Raja
commander-in-chief, the equivalent of king in Chinese chess
heavenly punishment / king's punishment
Camelot, seat of legendary King Arthur
death of king or emperor / demise
Mao Sui recommends himself (idiom); to offer one's services (in the style of Mao Sui offering his services to king of Chu of the Warring states)
The Shining (1980 Stanley Kubrick film from Stephen King's 1977 novel) / ChthoniC (Taiwanese metal band)
Sejong the Great or Sejong Daewang (1397-1450), reigned 1418-1450 as fourth king of Joseon or Chosun dynasty, in whose reign the hangeul alphabet was invented
Liu An (179-122 BC), King of Huainan under the Western Han, ordered the writing of the 淮南子
jumbo / king-sized
Daji (c. 11th century BC), concubine of the last Shang dynasty king Zhou Xin 紂辛|纣辛
to force the king or emperor to abdicate
Sophocles (496-406 BC), Greek tragedian, author of Oedipus the King
same as 閻羅王|阎罗王 / Yama, King of Hell / translation of Sanskrit: Yama Raja
(King) Sihanouk (of Cambodia)
the Five Hegemons of the Spring and Autumn period (770-476 BC), namely: Duke Huan of Qi 齊桓公|齐桓公, Duke Wen of Jin 晉文公|晋文公, King Zhuang of Chu 楚莊王|楚庄王, and alternatively Duke Xiang of Song 宋襄公 and Duke Mu of Qin 秦穆公 or King Helu of Wu 吳王闔閭|吴王阖闾 and King Gou Jian of Yue 越王勾踐|越王勾践
feudal term of praise for ruler, king or emperor / general term for saint in former times / term for God during the Taiping Heavenly Kingdom 太平天國|太平天国 / Holy Spirit (in Christian Trinity)
King Zhou of Shang (11th century BC), notorious as a cruel tyrant
King Xuan of Qi (reigned 342-324 BC)
the Dragon King of the Eastern Sea (mythology)
King Gou Jian of Yue (c. 470 BC), sometimes considered one of the Five Hegemons 春秋五霸
to depose (a king)
tomb (of king or emperor)
Yama, King of Hell / translation of Sanskrit: Yama Raja
lit. surging waters flooded the Dragon King temple (idiom) / fig. to fail to recognize a familiar person / a dispute between close people who fail to recognize each other
Lao Ai (-238 BC), man of Qin famous for his giant penis / in fiction, bogus eunuch and the consort of king Ying Zheng's mother lady Zhao
Shizhoupian, early school primer in great seal script 大篆, attributed to King Xuan of Zhou 周宣王 but probably dating from c. 500 BC
King Gou Jian of Yue (c. 470 BC), sometimes considered one of the Five Hegemons 春秋五霸
Cao Pi (187-226), second son of Cao Cao 曹操, king then emperor of Cao Wei 曹魏 from 220, ruled as Emperor Wen 魏文帝, also a noted calligrapher
King Huai of Chu (reigned 328-299 BC) / later King Huai of Chu (reigned 208-205 BC)
King Lear, 1605 tragedy by William Shakespeare 莎士比亞|莎士比亚
Chakravarti raja (Sanskrit: King of Kings) / emperor in Hindu mythology
Sun Wukong 孫悟空|孙悟空, the Monkey King, character with supernatural powers in the novel Journey to the West 西遊記|西游记
to submit a report to the king / to talk to the king
Martin Luther King, Jr. (1929-1968), American clergyman and civil rights activist
King You of Zhou (795-771 BC), last king of Western Zhou 西周
King Gesar, hero of a Tibetan and Mongolian epic cycle
king of hell / Yama
Baosi, concubine of King You of Zhou 周幽王 and one of the famous Chinese beauties
Ao Guang, Dragon King of the East Sea, character in Journey to the West 西遊記|西游记
King Helu of Wu (-496 BC, reigned 514-496 BC) / also called 闔廬|阖庐
King David
Chakravarti raja (Sanskrit: King of Kings) / emperor in Hindu mythology
Di Yi (died 1076 BC), Shang dynasty king, reigned 1101-1076 BC
Jehu (842-815 BC), Israelite king, prominent character in 2 Kings 9:10
Duke Mu of Qin, the first substantial king of Qin (ruled 659-621 BC), sometimes considered one of the Five Hegemons 春秋五霸
hotel room with one double (or queen or king) bed
Josiah or Yoshiyahu (649-609 BC), a king of Judah (Judaism)
to die / demise (archaic, of King or Emperor)
Ahab (9th c. BC), King of Israel, son of Omri and husband of Jezebel, prominent figure in 1 Kings 16-22
King Solomon's seal (plant of genus Polygonatum)
King Xiaocheng of Zhao 趙國|赵国, reigned 266-245 BC
Uzziah son of Amaziah, king of Judah c. 750 BC
Asa (?-870 BC), third king of Judah and fifth king of the House of David (Judaism)

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