di4
emperor

strokes 9
radical
strokes after radical 6
奥斯曼帝国 奧斯曼帝國 ao4 si1 man4 di4 guo2
the Ottoman Empire

奥匈帝国 奧匈帝國 ao4 xiong1 di4 guo2
Austro-Hungarian Empire 1867-1918

白帝城 白帝城 bai2 di4 cheng2
Baidi town in Chongqing 重慶|重庆, north of the Changjiang, an important tourist attraction

查理大帝 查理大帝 cha2 li3 da4 di4
Charlemagne (c. 747-c. 814), King of the Franks, Holy Roman Emperor from 800

吃饭皇帝大 吃飯皇帝大 chi1 fan4 huang2 di4 da4
eating comes first, then comes everything else (idiom) (Tw)

大帝 大帝 da4 di4
heavenly emperor; "the Great" (title)

大韩帝国 大韓帝國 da4 han2 di4 guo2
Korean Empire, from fall of Joseon dynasty in 1897 to annexation by Japan in 1910

大清帝国 大清帝國 da4 qing1 di4 guo2
the (great) Ch'ing or Qing dynasty (1644-1911); Qing Empire

大英帝国 大英帝國 da4 ying1 di4 guo2
British Empire

道光帝 道光帝 dao4 guang1 di4
Daoguang Emperor

帝都 帝都 di4 du1
imperial capital

帝俄 帝俄 di4 e2
Tsarist Russia

帝国 帝國 di4 guo2
empire; imperial

帝国大厦 帝國大廈 di4 guo2 da4 sha4
Empire State Building (New York City)

帝国理工学院 帝國理工學院 di4 guo2 li3 gong1 xue2 yuan4
Imperial College of Science, Technology and Medicine, London

帝国主义 帝國主義 di4 guo2 zhu3 yi4
imperialism

帝后 帝后 di4 hou4
empress; imperial consort

帝京 帝京 di4 jing1
imperial capital

帝俊 帝俊 di4 jun4
Dijun, Shang dynasty protector God; possibly same as legendary Emperor 帝嚳|帝喾

帝喾 帝嚳 di4 ku4
Di Ku or Emperor Ku, one of Five legendary Emperors 五帝, great-grandson of Yellow Emperor 黃帝|黄帝

帝力 帝力 di4 li4
Dili, capital of East Timor

第三帝国 第三帝國 di4 san1 di4 guo2
Third Reich, Nazi regime (1933-1945)

帝王 帝王 di4 wang2
regent; monarch

帝王谱 帝王譜 di4 wang2 pu3
list of emperors and kings; dynastic genealogy

帝王企鹅 帝王企鵝 di4 wang2 qi3 e2
emperor penguin

帝王切开 帝王切開 di4 wang2 qie1 kai1
Cesarean section

帝位 帝位 di4 wei4
imperial throne

帝汶岛 帝汶島 di4 wen4 dao3
Timor island

帝汶海 帝汶海 di4 wen4 hai3
Timor Sea

帝辛 帝辛 di4 xin1
Emperor Xin, last ruler of Shang (11th Century BC), famous as a tyrant

帝制 帝制 di4 zhi4
autocratic monarchy; imperial regime

东帝汶 東帝汶 dong1 di4 wen4
East Timor (officially Democratic Republic of Timor-Leste)

东京帝国大学 東京帝國大學 dong1 jing1 di4 guo2 da4 xue2
Tokyo Imperial University (renamed Tokyo University after 1945)

东罗马帝国 東羅馬帝國 dong1 luo2 ma3 di4 guo2
Eastern Roman empire or Byzantium (395-1453)

俄罗斯帝国 俄羅斯帝國 e2 luo2 si1 di4 guo2
Russian empire (1546-1917)

二皇帝 二皇帝 er4 huang2 di4
second emperor of a dynasty

反帝 反帝 fan3 di4
anti-imperialist; anti-imperialists

梵帝冈 梵帝岡 fan4 di4 gang1
the Vatican; variant of 梵蒂岡|梵蒂冈

光绪帝 光緒帝 guang1 xu4 di4
Guangxu Emperor

哈里发帝国 哈里發帝國 ha1 li3 fa1 di4 guo2
Caliphate (Islamic empire formed after the death of the Prophet Mohammed 穆罕默德 in 632)

汉明帝 漢明帝 han4 ming2 di4
Emperor Ming of Han (28-75), Western Han Dynasty Emperor 58-75

汉文帝 漢文帝 han4 wen2 di4
Emperor Wen of Han (202-157 BC), fourth Han emperor, personal name Liu Heng 劉恆|刘恒, reigned 180-157 BC

汉文帝刘恒 漢文帝劉恆 han4 wen2 di4 liu2 heng2
Liu Heng (202-157 BC), the fourth Han emperor Han Wendi, reigned 180-157 BC

汉武帝 漢武帝 han4 wu3 di4
Emperor Wu of the Han dynasty (141-87 BC)

汉献帝 漢獻帝 han4 xian4 di4
Emperor Xian of Han (181-234), the final Han emperor, set up by Dong Zhuo 董卓, reigned 189-220, forced to abdicate 220 by Cao Pi 曹丕

汉宣帝 漢宣帝 han4 xuan1 di4
Emperor Xuan (91-48 BC) of the Former Han Dynasty, reigned 74-48 BC

汉元帝 漢元帝 han4 yuan2 di4
Yuan Emperor, reign name of Han Dynasty emperor Liu Shi 劉奭|刘奭, (74-33 BC), reigned 48-33 BC

黑客帝国 黑客帝國 hei1 ke4 di4 guo2
The Matrix (1999 movie)

胡天胡帝 胡天胡帝 hu2 tian1 hu2 di4
with all the majesty of an emperor (idiom); reckless; intemperate

皇帝 皇帝 huang2 di4
emperor

黄帝 黃帝 huang2 di4
Yellow Emperor, mythological emperor of China, reigned c. 2697-2597 BC

黄帝八十一难经 黃帝八十一難經 huang2 di4 ba1 shi2 yi1 nan4 jing1
Yellow Emperor's Classic of Eighty-one Difficulties, medical text, c. 1st century AD

皇帝不急急死太监 皇帝不急急死太監 huang2 di4 bu4 ji2 ji2 si3 tai4 jian4
lit. the emperor is not worried, but his eunuchs are worried to death (idiom); fig. the observers are more anxious than the person involved

皇帝菜 皇帝菜 huang2 di4 cai4
see 茼蒿

皇帝的新衣 皇帝的新衣 huang2 di4 de5 xin1 yi1
the Emperor's new clothes (i.e. naked)

黄帝内经 黃帝內經 huang2 di4 nei4 jing1
Yellow Emperor's Internal Canon, medical text c. 300 BC

黄帝宅经 黃帝宅經 huang2 di4 zhai2 jing1
one of the earliest classics about Fengshui

黄帝族 黃帝族 huang2 di4 zu2
tribes under the Yellow Emperor

建文帝 建文帝 jian4 wen2 di4
reign name of second Ming emperor, reigned 1398-1402, deposed in 1402 (mysterious disappearance is ongoing conspiracy theory)

晋惠帝 晉惠帝 jin4 hui4 di4
Emperor Hui of Jin (259-307), personal name 司馬衷|司马衷, 2nd emperor of Jin Dynasty 晉朝|晋朝, reigned 290-307

居鲁士大帝 居魯士大帝 ju1 lu3 shi4 da4 di4
Cyrus the Great (ca. 600-530 BC), the founder of the Persian Empire and the conqueror of Babylon

罗马帝国 羅馬帝國 luo2 ma3 di4 guo2
Roman Empire (27 BC-476 AD)

美帝 美帝 mei3 di4
American imperialism; abbr. for 美帝國主義|美帝国主义

末代皇帝 末代皇帝 mo4 dai4 huang2 di4
the Last Emperor, biopic of Pu Yi 溥儀|溥仪 by Bernardo Bertolucci

纽约帝国大厦 紐約帝國大廈 niu3 yue1 di4 guo2 da4 sha4
Empire State Building

女皇帝 女皇帝 nv3 huang2 di4
empress; refers to Tang empress Wuzetian 武則天|武则天 (624-705), reigned 690-705

秦始皇帝 秦始皇帝 qin2 shi3 huang2 di4
the First Emperor 259-210 BC

秦始皇帝陵 秦始皇帝陵 qin2 shi3 huang2 di4 ling2
the mausoleum of the First Emperor near Xi'an

萨拉森帝国 薩拉森帝國 sa4 la1 sen1 di4 guo2
Saracen Empire (medieval European name for Arab empire)

三官大帝 三官大帝 san1 guan1 da4 di4
the three gods in charge of heaven, earth and water (Daoism)

三皇五帝 三皇五帝 san1 huang2 wu3 di4
three sovereigns 三皇 and five emperors 五帝 of myth and legend; the earliest system of Chinese historiography

上帝 上帝 shang4 di4
God

舍得一身剐,敢把皇帝拉下马 捨得一身剮,敢把皇帝拉下馬 she3 de5 yi1 shen1 gua3 - gan3 ba3 huang2 di4 la1 xia4 ma3
one who does not fear the death of thousand cuts will dare to unhorse the emperor (proverb); to a fearless person, no fence is high enough

神圣罗马帝国 神聖羅馬帝國 shen2 sheng4 luo2 ma3 di4 guo2
the Holy Roman Empire (history)

舜帝陵 舜帝陵 shun4 di4 ling2
several tombs of legendary Emperor Shun, one in Ningyuan county 寧遠縣|宁远县 in southwest Hunan, another Yuncheng prefecture 運城|运城 Shanxi

顺治帝 順治帝 shun4 zhi4 di4
Fulin Emperor Shunzhi (1638-1662), second Qing emperor, reigned 1644-1662

宋武帝 宋武帝 song4 wu3 di4
Emperor Wu of Song (363-422), personal name Liu Yu 劉裕|刘裕, founder of Song of the Southern dynasties 劉宋|刘宋, broke away from Eastern Jin in 420, reigned 420-422

宋武帝刘裕 宋武帝劉裕 song4 wu3 di4 liu2 yu4
Liu Yu, founder of Southern dynasty Song 劉宋|刘宋, broke away from Eastern Jin in 420

隋文帝 隋文帝 sui2 wen2 di4
first Sui emperor (541-604) Yang Jian (541-604), reigned 581-604

隋文帝杨坚 隋文帝楊堅 sui2 wen2 di4 yang2 jian1
first Sui emperor (541-604) Yang Jian (541-604), reigned 581-604

隋炀帝 隋煬帝 sui2 yang2 di4
Emperor Yang of Sui (569-618), said to have murdered his father and brother to seize the throne, reigned 604-618

唐哀帝 唐哀帝 tang2 ai1 di4
Emperor Aidi of Tang, reign name of twenty-first and last Tang emperor Li Zhu 李祝 (892-908), reigned 904-907

唐殇帝 唐殤帝 tang2 shang1 di4
Emperor Shang of Tang, reign name of fifth Tang emperor Li Chongmao 李重茂 (c. 695-715), reigned 710

天帝 天帝 tian1 di4
God of heaven; Celestial emperor

土皇帝 土皇帝 tu3 huang2 di4
local tyrant

魏文帝 魏文帝 wei4 wen2 di4
Cao Pi 曹丕, emperor of Wei 220-226

五帝 五帝 wu3 di4
Five Emperors from legendary times; possibly tribal leaders before the historiographers got working on them; usually taken to be Yellow Emperor 黃帝|黄帝 and four of his sons Zhuan Xu 顓頊|颛顼, Di Ku 帝嚳|帝喾, Tang Yao 唐堯|唐尧, Yu Shun 虞舜

先帝遗诏 先帝遺詔 xian1 di4 yi2 zhao4
posthumous edict of former emperor; Liu Bei's 劉備|刘备 edict to posterity

小皇帝 小皇帝 xiao3 huang2 di4
child emperor; (fig.) spoiled child; spoiled boy; pampered only child

亚历山大大帝 亞歷山大大帝 ya4 li4 shan1 da4 da4 di4
Alexander the Great (356-323 BC)

亚力山大帝 亞力山大帝 ya4 li4 shan1 da4 di4
Alexander the Great

炎帝 炎帝 yan2 di4
Flame Emperors (c. 2000 BC), legendary dynasty descended from Shennong 神農|神农 Farmer God

炎帝陵 炎帝陵 yan2 di4 ling2
Fiery Emperor's tomb in Yanling county, Zhuzhou 株洲, Hunan

阴帝 陰帝 yin1 di4
erroneous variant of 陰蒂|阴蒂

玉帝 玉帝 yu4 di4
the Jade Emperor

玉皇大帝 玉皇大帝 yu4 huang2 da4 di4
Jade Emperor

转轮圣帝 轉輪聖帝 zhuan3 lun2 sheng4 di4
Chakravarti raja; emperor in Hindu mythology