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surname Jin; the Jin Dynasties (265-420); Western Jin 西晉|西晋 (265-316), Eastern Jin 東晉|东晋 (317-420) and Later Jin Dynasty (936-946); short name for Shanxi province 山西

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to move forward; to promote; to advance

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radical
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安倍晋三 安倍晉三 an1 bei4 jin4 san1
Abe Shinzo (1954-), Japanese LDP politician, prime minister 2006-2007 and from 2012

东晋 東晉 dong1 jin4
Eastern Jin dynasty 317-420

福晋 福晉 fu2 jin4
in Qing dynasty, Manchurian word for wife

古晋 古晉 gu3 jin4
Kuching (city in Malaysia)

后晋 後晉 hou4 jin4
Later Jin of the Five Dynasties (936-946)

加官晋级 加官晉級 jia1 guan1 jin4 ji2
new post and promotion

加官晋爵 加官晉爵 jia1 guan1 jin4 jue2
to confer a title an official position

晋安 晉安 jin4 an1
Jin'an district of Fuzhou city 福州市, Fujian

晋安区 晉安區 jin4 an1 qu1
Jin'an district of Fuzhou city 福州市, Fujian

晋察冀 晉察冀 jin4 cha2 ji4
Shanxi 山西, Chahar 察哈爾|察哈尔 and Hebei 河北 (three provinces of the Republic of China in the period 1912-1936)

晋朝 晉朝 jin4 chao2
Jin Dynasty (265-420)

晋城 晉城 jin4 cheng2
Jincheng prefecture level city in Shanxi 山西

晋城市 晉城市 jin4 cheng2 shi4
Jincheng prefecture level city in Shanxi 山西

晋代 晉代 jin4 dai4
Jin Dynasty (265-420)

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

晋级 晉級 jin4 ji2
to advance in rank; promotion; advancement

晋见 晉見 jin4 jian4
to have an audience with

晋江 晉江 jin4 jiang1
Jinjiang county level city in Quanzhou 泉州, Fujian

晋江地区 晉江地區 jin4 jiang1 di4 qu1
Jinjiang county (old term); since 1983, Jinjiang county level city, Fujian

晋江市 晉江市 jin4 jiang1 shi4
Jinjiang county level city in Quanzhou 泉州, Fujian

晋爵 晉爵 jin4 jue2
to join the nobility; to rise through the nobility

晋宁 晉寧 jin4 ning2
Jinning county in Kunming 昆明, Yunnan

晋宁县 晉寧縣 jin4 ning2 xian4
Jinning county in Kunming 昆明, Yunnan

晋升 晉升 jin4 sheng1
to promote to a higher position

晋书 晉書 jin4 shu1
History of the Jin Dynasty, fifth of the 24 dynastic histories 二十四史, compiled under Fang Xuanling 房玄齡|房玄龄 in 648 during Tang Dynasty 唐朝, 130 scrolls

晋文公 晉文公 jin4 wen2 gong1
Duke Wen of Jin (697-628 BC, reigned 636-628 BC), one of the Five Hegemons 春秋五霸

晋县 晉縣 jin4 xian4
Jin county in Hebei

晋源 晉源 jin4 yuan2
Jinyuan district of Taiyuan city 太原市, Shanxi

晋源区 晉源區 jin4 yuan2 qu1
Jinyuan district of Taiyuan city 太原市, Shanxi

晋中 晉中 jin4 zhong1
Jinzhong prefecture level city in Shanxi 山西

晋中市 晉中市 jin4 zhong1 shi4
Jinzhong prefecture level city in Shanxi 山西

梁唐晋汉周书 梁唐晉漢周書 liang2 tang2 jin4 han4 zhou1 shu1
another name for History of the Five Dynasties between Tang and Song 舊五代史|旧五代史

宁晋 寧晉 ning2 jin4
Ningjin county in Xingtai 邢台, Hebei

宁晋县 寧晉縣 ning2 jin4 xian4
Ningjin county in Xingtai 邢台, Hebei

阮晋勇 阮晉勇 ruan3 jin4 yong3
Nguyễn Tấn Dũng (1949-), prime minister of Vietnam (2006-)

魏晋 魏晉 wei4 jin4
Wei (220-265) and Jin (265-420) dynasties

魏晋南北朝 魏晉南北朝 wei4 jin4 nan2 bei3 chao2
Wei, Jin and North-South dynasties; generic term for historic period 220-589 between Han and Sui

西晋 西晉 xi1 jin4
Western Jin dynasty (265-316)