lang3
clear; bright

strokes 10
radical
strokes after radical 7
阿姆斯特朗 阿姆斯特朗 a1 mu3 si1 te4 lang3
surname Armstrong

埃尔朗根 埃爾朗根 ai1 er3 lang3 gen1
Erlangen (town in Bavaria)

埃尔朗根纲领 埃爾朗根綱領 ai1 er3 lang3 gen1 gang1 ling3
Felix Klein's Erlangen program (1872) on geometry and group theory

埃斯特朗 埃斯特朗 ai1 si1 te4 lang3
Anders Jonas Angstrom or Ångström (1814-1874), Swedish physicist

奥朗德 奧朗德 ao4 lang3 de2
François Hollande (1954-), French Socialist politician, President from 2012

奥特朗托 奧特朗托 ao4 te4 lang3 tuo1
Otranto city on the southeast heel of Italy

奥特朗托海峡 奧特朗托海峽 ao4 te4 lang3 tuo1 hai3 xia2
Strait of Otranto between the heel of Italy and Albania

白朗 白朗 bai2 lang3
Bainang county, Tibetan: Pa snam rdzong, in Shigatse prefecture, Tibet

白朗县 白朗縣 bai2 lang3 xian4
Bainang county, Tibetan: Pa snam rdzong, in Shigatse prefecture, Tibet

勃朗峰 勃朗峰 bo2 lang3 feng1
Mont Blanc (between Italy and France)

勃朗宁 勃朗寧 bo2 lang3 ning2
Browning, US firearm brand

布朗 布朗 bu4 lang3
Brown (name); Gordon Brown (1951-), UK politician, prime minister 2007-2010

布朗大学 布朗大學 bu4 lang3 da4 xue2
Brown University, Providence, Rhode Island

布朗克士 布朗克士 bu4 lang3 ke4 shi4
The Bronx, borough of New York City

布朗克斯 布朗克斯 bu4 lang3 ke4 si1
The Bronx, borough of New York City; Bronx County (coextensive with The Bronx); also written 布朗士

布朗尼 布朗尼 bu4 lang3 ni2
brownie (pastry) (loanword)

布朗士 布朗士 bu4 lang3 shi4
The Bronx, borough of New York City; Bronx County (coextensive with The Bronx); also written 布朗克斯

布朗运动 布朗運動 bu4 lang3 yun4 dong4
Brownian motion

达朗贝尔 達朗貝爾 da2 lang3 bei4 er3
D'Alembert (1717-1783), French mathematician

丹布朗 丹布朗 dan1 bu4 lang3
Dan Brown (American novelist)

佛朗哥 佛朗哥 fo2 lang3 ge1
Franco (name); Generalissimo Francisco Franco Bahamonde (1892-1975), Spanish dictator and head of state 1939-1975

佛朗机 佛朗機 fo2 lang3 ji1
Portuguese (Ming era loanword)

佛朗机铳 佛朗機銃 fo2 lang3 ji1 chong4
Western (and so styled) cannon of the Ming era

佛朗机炮 佛朗機炮 fo2 lang3 ji1 pao4
Western (or Western-style) cannon of the Ming era

弗朗索瓦·霍兰德 弗朗索瓦·霍蘭德 fu2 lang3 suo3 wa3 - huo4 lan2 de2
François Hollande (1954-), French Socialist politician, President from 2012; also written 奧朗德|奥朗德

高朗 高朗 gao1 lang3
loud and clear; bright and clear

宫崎吾朗 宮崎吾朗 gong1 qi2 wu2 lang3
Miyazaki Gorō (1967-), Japanese film director

豁然开朗 豁然開朗 huo4 ran2 kai1 lang3
suddenly opens up to a wide panorama (idiom); to come to a wide clearing; fig. everything becomes clear at once; to achieve speedy enlightenment

开朗 開朗 kai1 lang3
spacious and well-lit; open and clear; (of character) optimistic; cheerful; carefree

克朗 克朗 ke4 lang3
krone (currency of Norway, Denmark, Iceland and Sweden) (loanword)

克朗代克 克朗代克 ke4 lang3 dai4 ke4
Klondike in northwest Canada

拉格朗日 拉格朗日 la1 ge2 lang3 ri4
Lagrange (name); Joseph-Louis Lagrange (1735-1813), French mathematician and physicist

郎朗 郎朗 lang2 lang3
Lang Lang (1982-), Chinese concert pianist

朗读 朗讀 lang3 du2
to read aloud

朗朗上口 朗朗上口 lang3 lang3 shang4 kou3
to flow right off the tongue (of lyrics or poetry); to recite with ease; catchy (of a song)

朗姆 朗姆 lang3 mu3
rum (beverage) (loanword)

朗姆酒 朗姆酒 lang3 mu3 jiu3
rum (loanword)

朗诵 朗誦 lang3 song4
to read aloud with expression; to recite; to declaim

朗文 朗文 lang3 wen2
Longman (name)

朗县 朗縣 lang3 xian4
Nang county, Tibetan: Snang rdzong, in Nyingchi prefecture 林芝地區|林芝地区, Tibet

朗吟 朗吟 lang3 yin2
to recite in a loud, clear voice

朗照 朗照 lang3 zhao4
to shine brightly; (fig.) to perceive clearly

雷朗 雷朗 lei2 lang3
Luilang, one of the indigenous peoples of Taiwan

雷朗族 雷朗族 lei2 lang3 zu2
Luilang, one of the indigenous peoples of Taiwan

里朗威 里朗威 li3 lang3 wei1
Lilongwe, capital of Malawi (Tw)

马克斯·普朗克 馬克斯·普朗克 ma3 ke4 si1 - pu3 lang3 ke4
Max Planck (1858-1947), German physicist who first postulated quantization of energy

米开朗基罗 米開朗基羅 mi3 kai1 lang3 ji1 luo2
Michelangelo Buonarroti (1475-1564), renaissance painter and sculptor

密特朗 密特朗 mi4 te4 lang3
Mitterrand

明朗 明朗 ming2 lang3
bright; clear; obvious; forthright; open-minded; bright and cheerful

普朗克 普朗克 pu3 lang3 ke4
Max Planck (1858-1947), German physicist

普朗克常数 普朗克常數 pu3 lang3 ke4 chang2 shu4
Planck's constant h, approximately equal to 6.626 x 10^-34 joule.seconds or 4.135 x 10^-15 electron volt.seconds

清朗 清朗 qing1 lang3
clear and bright; unclouded; clear and sonorous (voice); clear and lively (narrative)

晴朗 晴朗 qing2 lang3
sunny and cloudless

瑞朗 瑞朗 rui4 lang3
Swiss franc

森喜朗 森喜朗 sen1 xi3 lang3
MORI Yoshirō (1937-), Japanese rugby player and politician, prime minister 2000-2001, famous for numerous gaffes

沙朗 沙朗 sha1 lang3
sirloin (loanword)

沙朗牛排 沙朗牛排 sha1 lang3 niu2 pai2
sirloin steak

双江拉祜族佤族布朗族傣族自治县 雙江拉祜族佤族布朗族傣族自治縣 shuang1 jiang1 la1 hu4 zu2 wa3 zu2 bu4 lang3 zu2 dai3 zu2 zi4 zhi4 xian4
Shuangjiang Lahu, Va, Blang and Dai autonomous county in Lincang 臨滄|临沧, Yunnan

爽朗 爽朗 shuang3 lang3
clear and bright (of weather); straightforward; candid; open

塔列朗 塔列朗 ta3 lie4 lang3
Talleyrand (name); Prince Charles Maurice de Talleyrand-Périgord (1754-1838), French diplomat

伊朗 伊朗 yi1 lang3
Iran

伊朗宪监会 伊朗憲監會 yi1 lang3 xian4 jian1 hui4
Guardian Council of the Constitution of Iran

硬朗 硬朗 ying4 lang3
robust; healthy

元朗 元朗 yuan2 lang3
Yuen Long town in northwest New Territories, Hong Kong

元朗市 元朗市 yuan2 lang3 shi4
Yuen Long town, Hong Kong Island

珠穆朗玛 珠穆朗瑪 zhu1 mu4 lang3 ma3
Mt Chomolungma or Qomolangma (Tibetan); Mt Everest; Nepalese: Sagarmatha

珠穆朗玛峰 珠穆朗瑪峰 zhu1 mu4 lang3 ma3 feng1
Mt Chomolungma or Qomolangma (Tibetan); Mt Everest; Nepalese: Sagarmatha