surname Hu

to neglect; to overlook; to ignore; suddenly

strokes 8
strokes after radical 4
怠忽 怠忽 dai4 hu1
to neglect

黑忽忽 黑忽忽 hei1 hu1 hu1
variant of 黑糊糊

忽必烈 忽必烈 hu1 bi4 lie4
Khubilai Khan (1215-1294), grandson of Genghis Khan 成吉思汗, first Yuan dynasty emperor, reigned 1260-1294

忽布 忽布 hu1 bu4

忽地 忽地 hu1 de5

忽而 忽而 hu1 er2
suddenly; now (..., now...)

忽忽 忽忽 hu1 hu1
fleeting (of quick passage time); in a flash; distracted manner; vacantly; frustratedly

忽忽悠悠 忽忽悠悠 hu1 hu1 you1 you1
indifferent to the passing of time; careless

忽冷忽热 忽冷忽熱 hu1 leng3 hu1 re4
now hot, now cold; (of one's mood, affection etc) to alternate

忽鲁谟斯 忽魯謨斯 hu1 lu3 mo2 si1
old Chinese name for Hormuz; now called 霍爾木茲|霍尔木兹

忽略 忽略 hu1 lve4
to neglect; to overlook; to ignore

忽然 忽然 hu1 ran2
suddenly; all of a sudden

忽闪 忽閃 hu1 shan3
to glitter; to gleam; to sparkle; to flash

忽上忽下 忽上忽下 hu1 shang4 hu1 xia4
to fluctuate sharply

忽哨 忽哨 hu1 shao4
to whistle (with fingers in one's mouth); nowadays written 呼哨

忽视 忽視 hu1 shi4
to neglect; to ignore

忽微 忽微 hu1 wei1
minuscule quantity; minor matter

忽闻 忽聞 hu1 wen2
to hear suddenly; to learn of sth unexpectedly

忽隐忽现 忽隱忽現 hu1 yin3 hu1 xian4
intermittent; now you see it, now you don't

忽悠 忽悠 hu1 you5
to rock; to sway; to flicker (e.g. of lights reflected on water); to flutter (e.g. of a flag); to trick sb into doing sth; to dupe; to con

恍忽 恍忽 huang3 hu1
variant of 恍惚

积于忽微 積於忽微 ji1 yu2 hu1 wei1
to accumulate tiny quantities (idiom)

藐忽 藐忽 miao3 hu1
to disregard

飘忽 飄忽 piao1 hu1
swiftly moving; fleet; to sway

飘忽不定 飄忽不定 piao1 hu1 bu4 ding4
to drift without a resting place (idiom); roving; errant; vagrant; erratic

觑忽 覷忽 qu4 hu5
variant of 覷糊|觑糊

倏忽 倏忽 shu1 hu1
(literary) suddenly

疏忽职守 疏忽職守 shu1 hu1 zhi2 shou3
to neglect one's duties

疏忽 疏忽 shu1 hu5
to neglect; to overlook; negligence; carelessness

疏忽大意 疏忽大意 shu1 hu5 da4 yi4
oversight; negligence; careless; negligent; not concentrating on the main point

玩忽 玩忽 wan2 hu1
to neglect; to trifle with; not to take seriously

玩忽职守 玩忽職守 wan2 hu1 zhi2 shou3
to neglect one's duty; dereliction of duty; malpractice