li3
surname Li

li3
plum

strokes 7
radical
strokes after radical 3
伯纳斯·李 伯納斯·李 bo2 na4 si1 - li3
Sir Tim Berners-Lee (1955-), British computer scientist and co-creator of the World Wide Web

蔡李佛 蔡李彿 cai4 li3 fo2
Cai Li Fo, Choy Li Fut, Choy Lay Fut, Choi Lei Fut, Choy Lai Fut, Choy Ley Fut, Choi Lei Faht, Tsai Li Fo, Choi Leih Faht - Martial Art

刺儿李 刺兒李 ci4 er5 li3
gooseberry

大李杜 大李杜 da4 li3 du4
Li Bai 李白 and Du Fu 杜甫

大马士革李 大馬士革李 da4 ma3 shi4 ge2 li3
damson (fruit)

瓜田不纳履,李下不整冠 瓜田不納履,李下不整冠 gua1 tian2 bu4 na4 lv3 - li3 xia4 bu4 zheng3 guan1
lit. don't tie your shoelaces in a melon patch, and don't adjust your hat under a plum tree (idiom); fig. don't do anything that might arouse suspicion; innocent acts may be misconstrued

瓜田李下 瓜田李下 gua1 tian2 li3 xia4
abbr. for 瓜田不納履,李下不整冠|瓜田不纳履,李下不整冠

李安 李安 li3 an1
Ang Li (1954-), Taiwanese-American film director (films include Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon 臥虎藏龍|卧虎藏龙 and Brokeback Mountain 斷背山|断背山)

李昂 李昂 li3 ang2
Li Ang, personal name of fifteenth Tang emperor Wenzong 文宗 (809-840), reigned 827-840

李翱 李翱 li3 ao2
Li Ao (774-836), Tang dynasty scholar and writer, colleague of Han Yu 韓愈 in promoting classical writing 古文運動|古文运动

李白 李白 li3 bai2
Li Bai (701-762), famous Tang Dynasty poet

李百药 李百藥 li3 bai3 yao4
Li Baiyao (565-648), Tang dynasty writer and historian, compiler of History of Qi of the Northern dynasties 北齊書|北齐书

李宝嘉 李寶嘉 li3 bao3 jia1
Li Boyuan 李伯元 or Li Baojia (1867-1906), late Qing journalist, novelist and social observer, author of Observations on the current state of officialdom 官場現形記|官场现形记

李冰 李冰 li3 bing1
Li Bing (c 230 BC) historical hydraulic engineer of DuJiangYan 都江堰

李冰冰 李冰冰 li3 bing1 bing1
Li Bingbing (1973-), PRC film actress and pop star

李伯元 李伯元 li3 bo2 yuan2
Li Boyuan or Li Baojia 李寶嘉|李宝嘉 (1867-1906), late Qing journalist, novelist and social observer, author of Observations on the current state of officialdom 官場現形記|官场现形记

李卜克内西 李卜克內西 li3 bo5 ke4 nei4 xi1
Wilhelm Liebknecht (1826-1900), political activist and founding member of the German Socialist Party SPD

李沧 李滄 li3 cang1
Licang district of Qingdao city 青島市|青岛市, Shandong

李沧区 李滄區 li3 cang1 qu1
Licang district of Qingdao city 青島市|青岛市, Shandong

李瀍 李瀍 li3 chan2
Li Chan, personal name of sixteenth Tang Emperor Wuzong 武宗 (814-846), reigned 840-846

李昌镐 李昌鎬 li3 chang1 hao4
Lee Chang-ho (1975-), South Korean Go player

李长春 李長春 li3 chang2 chun1
Li Changchun (1944-), PRC politician

李朝威 李朝威 li3 chao2 wei1
Li Chaowei (c. 766-c. 820), Tang writer of fantasy fiction 傳奇|传奇, author of 柳毅傳|柳毅传

李忱 李忱 li3 chen2
Li Chen, personal name of seventeenth Tang emperor Xuanzong 宣宗 (810-859), reigned 846-859

李诚恩 李誠恩 li3 cheng2 en1
Euna Li, US-Korean woman journalist imprisoned as spy by North Korea in 2009

李成桂 李成桂 li3 cheng2 gui4
Yi Seong-gye (1335-1408), founder and first king of Korean Yi dynasty (1392-1910)

李成江 李成江 li3 cheng2 jiang1
Li Chengjiang (1979-), Chinese figure skater

李承晚 李承晚 li3 cheng2 wan3
Syngman Rhee (1875-1965), US trained Korean politician and dictator, president of Republic of Korea 1948-1960

李重茂 李重茂 li3 chong2 mao4
Li Chongmao, personal name of fifth Tang emperor Shang 唐殤帝|唐殇帝 (c. 695-715), reigned 710

李纯 李純 li3 chun2
Li Chun, personal name of twelfth Tang emperor Xianzong 憲宗|宪宗 (778-820), reigned 805-820

李漼 李漼 li3 cui3
Li Cui, personal name of eighteenth Tang emperor Yizong 懿宗 (833-873), reigned 859-873

李大钊 李大釗 li3 da4 zhao1
Li Dazhao (1889-1927), early Chinese Marxist and founding member of the communist party

李代数 李代數 li3 dai4 shu4
Lie algebra (math.)

李代桃僵 李代桃僵 li3 dai4 tao2 jiang1
lit. the plum tree withers in place of the peach tree; to substitute one thing for another; to carry the can for sb

李旦 李旦 li3 dan4
Li Dan, personal name of sixth Tang emperor Ruizong 唐睿宗 (662-716), reigned 684-690 and 710-712

李德 李德 li3 de2
Otto Braun (1900-1974), Comintern adviser to the Chinese communist party 1932-1939

李德林 李德林 li3 de2 lin2
Li Delin (530-590), historian of Northern Wei and Sui dynasty

李登辉 李登輝 li3 deng1 hui1
Lee Teng-hui (1923-), Taiwanese politician, President of ROC 1988-2000

李耳 李耳 li3 er3
Lao Zi

李尔王 李爾王 li3 er3 wang2
King Lear, 1605 tragedy by William Shakespeare 莎士比亞|莎士比亚

李昉 李昉 li3 fang3
Li Fang (925-996), scholar between Tang and Song dynasties, author of fictional history

李富春 李富春 li3 fu4 chun1
Li Fuchun (1900-1975), communist politician

李格非 李格非 li3 ge2 fei1
Li Gefei (active c. 1090), Northern Song writer and father of southern Song female poet Li Qingzhao 李清照

李公朴 李公樸 li3 gong1 pu3
Li Gongpu (-1946), communist killed by Guomindang in Kunming in 1946

李光耀 李光耀 li3 guang1 yao4
Lee Kuan Yew (1923-2015), founding father of modern Singapore, prime minister 1959-1990

李广 李廣 li3 guang3
Li Guang (-119 BC), Han dynasty general, nicknamed Flying General 飛將軍|飞将军 and much feared by the Xiongnu 匈奴

李国豪 李國豪 li3 guo2 hao2
Brandon Lee (1965-1993), American actor, son of Bruce Lee

李贺 李賀 li3 he4
Li He (790-816), Tang poet and author of 南园十三首

李亨 李亨 li3 heng1
Li Heng, personal name of eighth Tang emperor Suzong 肃宗 (711-762), reigned 756-762

李恒 李恆 li3 heng2
Li Heng, personal name of thirteenth Tang emperor Muzong 穆宗 (795-824), reigned 821-825

李鸿章 李鴻章 li3 hong2 zhang1
Li Hung-chang or Li Hongzhang (1823-1901), Qing dynasty general, politician and diplomat

李洪志 李洪志 li3 hong2 zhi4
Li Hongzhi (1951-), founder of Falung Gong 法輪功|法轮功

李后主 李後主 li3 hou4 zhu3
Li Houzhu (c. 937-978), the final Southern Tang ruler (ruled 961-975) and a renowned poet; given name Li Yu 李煜

李怀远 李懷遠 li3 huai2 yuan3
Li Huaiyuan (-756), senior Tang dynasty official

李会昌 李會昌 li3 hui4 chang1
Lee Hoi-chang (1935-), South Korean politician

李季兰 李季蘭 li3 ji4 lan2
Li Jilan or Li Ye 李冶 (713-784), Tang dynasty female poet

李嘉诚 李嘉誠 li3 jia1 cheng2
Sir Li Ka-shing (1928-), Hong Kong businessman

李嘉欣 李嘉欣 li3 jia1 xin1
Michele Monique Reis (1970-) actress, model and former Miss Hong Kong & Miss Chinese International

李建成 李建成 li3 jian4 cheng2
Li Jiancheng (589-626), eldest son of first Tang emperor Li Yuan 唐高祖李淵|唐高祖李渊, murdered by his brother 李世民 in the Xuanwu Gate coup 玄武門之變|玄武门之变; Professor Li Jiancheng (1993-), geophysicist and specialist in satellite geodesy

李劼人 李劼人 li3 jie2 ren2
Li Jieren (1891-1962), novelist

李靖 李靖 li3 jing4
Li Jing (570-649 AD), Tang Dynasty general and purported author of "Duke Li of Wei Answering Emperor Taizong of Tang" 唐太宗李衛公問對|唐太宗李卫公问对, one of the Seven Military Classics of ancient China 武經七書|武经七书

李俊 李俊 li3 jun4
Li Jun, fictional character from 水滸傳|水浒传

李开复 李開復 li3 kai1 fu4
Lee Kai-Fu (1961-), Taiwanese computer scientist and IT executive, from 2005 Vice president of Google and president of Google China

李克强 李克強 li3 ke4 qiang2
Li Keqiang (1955-), PRC politician, prime minister from 2013

李悝 李悝 li3 kui1
Li Kui (455-395 BC), legalist philosopher and statesman of Wei state 魏國|魏国

李逵 李逵 li3 kui2
Li Kui, character in the novel Water Margin 水滸全傳|水浒全传

李适 李适 li3 kuo4
Li Kuo, personal name of tenth Tang emperor Dezong 德宗, (742-805), reigned 779-805

李岚清 李嵐清 li3 lan2 qing1
Li Lanqing (1932-), PRC politician

李丽珊 李麗珊 li3 li4 shan1
Lee Lai-Shan (1970-), former windsurfing world champion from Hong Kong

李连杰 李連杰 li3 lian2 jie2
Li Lianjie or Jet Li (1963-), martial arts sportsman, subsequently film star and director

李林甫 李林甫 li3 lin2 fu3
Li Linfu (-752), Tang politician, chancellor under Tang emperor Xuanzong 玄宗

李陵 李陵 li3 ling2
Li Ling (-74 BC), Han dynasty general whose defeat by the Xiongnu 匈奴 in 104 BC led to a major scandal

李隆基 李隆基 li3 long1 ji1
personal name of seventh Tang emperor Xuanzong 唐玄宗 (685-762), reigned 712-756

李绿园 李綠園 li3 lv4 yuan2
Li Lüyuan (1707-1790), Qing dynasty writer, author of novel Lamp in the Side Street 岐路燈|岐路灯

李敏勇 李敏勇 li3 min3 yong3
Li Minyong (1947-), Taiwanese poet

李明博 李明博 li3 ming2 bo2
Lee Myung-bak (1941-), South Korean businessman, one-time chairman of Hyundai, president of South Korea 2008-2013

李木 李木 li3 mu4
blackthorn

李娜 李娜 li3 na4
Li Na (1982-), Chinese tennis player, first Asian player to win a Grand Slam singles title (2011 French Open women's singles)

李宁 李寧 li3 ning2
Li Ning (1963-), PRC gymnast, winner of three gold medals at Los Angeles 1984 Olympic games

李鹏 李鵬 li3 peng2
Li Peng (1928-), leading PRC politician, prime minister 1987-1998, reportedly leader of the conservative faction advocating the June 1989 Tiananmen clampdown

李清照 李清照 li3 qing1 zhao4
Li Qingzhao (1084-c. 1151), southern Song female poet

李群 李群 li3 qun2
Lie group (math.)

李汝珍 李汝珍 li3 ru3 zhen1
Li Ruzhen (c. 1763-c. 1830), Qing novelist and phonologist, author of fantasy novel Jinghua Yuan 鏡花緣|镜花缘 or Flowers in the Mirror

李瑞环 李瑞環 li3 rui4 huan2
Li Ruihuan (1934-), former Chinese politician

李商隐 李商隱 li3 shang1 yin3
Li Shangyin (c. 813-858), Tang poet

李时珍 李時珍 li3 shi2 zhen1
Li Shizhen (1518-1593), Ming botanist and pharmacologist, author of Compendium of Medical Herbs 本草綱目|本草纲目

李氏 李氏 li3 shi4
the Korean Yi or Lee Dynasty (1392-1910)

李氏朝鲜 李氏朝鮮 li3 shi4 chao2 xian3
Joseon, last Korean dynasty (1392-1910)

李世民 李世民 li3 shi4 min2
Li Shimin, personal name of second Tang emperor Taizong 唐太宗 (599-649), reigned 626-649

李叔同 李叔同 li3 shu1 tong2
Liu Shutong (1880-1942), painter, Buddhist monk and distinguished figure in New Culture Movement 新文化運動|新文化运动 after the Xinhai Revolution 辛亥革命 of 1911

李树 李樹 li3 shu4
plum tree

李舜臣 李舜臣 li3 shun4 chen2
Yi Sunshin (1545-1598), Korean admiral and folk hero, famous for sea victories over the Japanese invaders

李斯 李斯 li3 si1
Li Si (c. 280-208 BC), Legalist philosopher, calligrapher and Prime minister of Qin kingdom and Qin dynasty from 246 to 208 BC

李斯特 李斯特 li3 si1 te4
Ferenc (Franz) Liszt (1811-1886), Hungarian composer; Joseph Lister (1883-1897), British surgeon and bacteriologist

李斯特菌 李斯特菌 li3 si1 te4 jun1
Listeria monocytogene

李斯特氏杆菌 李斯特氏桿菌 li3 si1 te4 shi4 gan3 jun1
listeria bacillus

李斯特氏菌 李斯特氏菌 li3 si1 te4 shi4 jun1
listeria bacillus

李四 李四 li3 si4
Li Si, name for an unspecified person, second of a series of three: 張三|张三, 李四, 王五 Tom, Dick and Harry

李四光 李四光 li3 si4 guang1
Li Siguang (1889-1971), Mongol-born, Japanese trained geologist, prominent in early PRC oil exploration

李诵 李誦 li3 song4
Li Song, personal name of eleventh Tang emperor Shunzong 順宗|顺宗 (761-806), reigned 805-806

李天禄 李天祿 li3 tian1 lu4
Li Tianlu (1910-1998), Taiwanese master puppeteer

李天王 李天王 li3 tian1 wang2
the pagoda bearing god

李铁 李鐵 li3 tie3
Li Tie (1977-), footballer

李铁拐 李鐵拐 li3 tie3 guai3
Iron-Crutch Li, one of the Eight Immortals 八仙 in Chinese mythology, walking around with an iron crutch and carrying a gourd with special medicine

李娃传 李娃傳 li3 wa2 zhuan4
Tale of Courtesan Li Wa, novel by Tang writer Bai Xingjian 白行簡|白行简 along the lines of La Traviata, favorite opera plot

李维 李維 li3 wei2
Titus Livius or Livy (59 BC-17 AD), Roman historian

李维史陀 李維史陀 li3 wei2 shi3 tuo2
Claude Lévi-Strauss (1908-2009), French social anthropologist

李维斯 李維斯 li3 wei2 si1
Levi's (brand)

李卫公 李衛公 li3 wei4 gong1
Li Wei Gong; Duke Li of Wei, official title of Li Jing 李靖

李玟 李玟 li3 wen2
Coco Lee (1975-), pop singer, songwriter and actress

李希霍芬 李希霍芬 li3 xi1 huo4 fen1
Ferdinand von Richthofen (1833-1905), German geologist and explorer who published a major foundational study of the geology of China in 1887 and first introduced the term Silk Road 絲綢之路|丝绸之路

李先念 李先念 li3 xian1 nian4
Li Xiannian (1909-1992), PRC general and politician

李显龙 李顯龍 li3 xian3 long2
Lee Hsien Loong (1952-), Singapore PAP politician, eldest son of Lee Kuan Yew 李光耀, prime minister from 2004

李小龙 李小龍 li3 xiao3 long2
Bruce Lee (1940-1973), Hong Kong actor and martial arts expert

李修贤 李修賢 li3 xiu1 xian2
Danny Lee Sau-Yin (1953-), Hong Kong actor and director

李儇 李儇 li3 xuan1
Li Xuan, personal name of nineteenth Tang emperor Xizong 僖宗 (862-888), reigned 873-888

李雪健 李雪健 li3 xue3 jian4
Li Xuejian (1954-), Chinese actor

李亚鹏 李亞鵬 li3 ya4 peng2
Li Yapeng (1971-), PRC actor

李延寿 李延壽 li3 yan2 shou4
Li Yanshou (fl. 650), compiler of History of the Southern 南史 and Northern Dynasties 北史

李彦宏 李彥宏 li3 yan4 hong2
Robin Li (1968-), founder and CEO of Baidu 百度, a PRC Internet company

李冶 李冶 li3 ye3
Li Jilan 李季蘭|李季兰 or Li Ye (713-784), Tang dynasty female poet

李晔 李曄 li3 ye4
Li Ye, personal name of twentieth Tang emperor Zhaozong 昭宗 (867-904), reigned 888-904

李缨 李纓 li3 ying1
Li Ying (1963-), Japanese-educated Chinese documentary film director

李英儒 李英儒 li3 ying1 ru2
Li Yingru (1913-1989), calligrapher and writer, author of many novels about the war as seen by the communists

李渔 李漁 li3 yu2
Li Yu (1611-c. 1680), late Ming and early Qing writer and dramatist

李宇春 李宇春 li3 yu3 chun1
Li Yuchun aka Chris Lee (1984-), Chinese pop singer

李豫 李豫 li3 yu4
Li Yu, personal name of ninth Tang emperor Taizong 代宗 (727-779), reigned 762-779

李煜 李煜 li3 yu4
Li Yu (c. 937-978), given name of the final ruler of Tang of the Five Southern dynasties Li Houzhu 李後主|李后主, a renowned poet

李渊 李淵 li3 yuan1
Li Yuan, personal name of first Tang emperor Gaozu 唐高祖 (566-635), reigned 618-626

李元昊 李元昊 li3 yuan2 hao4
Li Yuanhao (1003-1048), founding king of Xixia 西夏 around modern Ningxia 寧夏|宁夏

李远哲 李遠哲 li3 yuan3 zhe2
Yuan T. Lee (1936-), Taiwanese-born Chemist and Nobel Prize winner in 1986

李约瑟 李約瑟 li3 yue1 se4
Joseph Needham (1900-1995), British biochemist and author of Science and Civilization in China

李云娜 李雲娜 li3 yun2 na4
Euna Lee (phonetic transcription), US woman journalist imprisoned as spy by North Korea in 2009; also written 李誠恩|李诚恩

李泽楷 李澤楷 li3 ze2 kai3
Richard Li (1966-), Hong Kong businessman and philanthropist

李湛 李湛 li3 zhan4
Li Zhan, personal name of fourteenth Tang emperor Jingzong 敬宗 (809-827), reigned 825-827

李肇 李肈 li3 zhao4
Li Zhao (c. 800), Tang dynasty scholar and official

李肇星 李肇星 li3 zhao4 xing1
Li Zhaoxing (1940-), former PRC foreign minister

李哲 李哲 li3 zhe2
Li Zhe, personal name of fourth Tang Emperor Zhongzong 唐中宗 (656-710), reigned 705-710

李振藩 李振藩 li3 zhen4 fan1
Li Zhenfan (1940-1973), real name of the actor Bruce Lee 李小龍|李小龙

李政道 李政道 li3 zheng4 dao4
Tsung-Dao Lee (1926-), Chinese American physicist, Columbia University, 1957 Nobel laureate

李直夫 李直夫 li3 zhi2 fu1
Li Zhifu (c. 14th century), Yuan dynasty playwright in the 雜劇|杂剧 style

李贽 李贄 li3 zhi4
Li Zhi (1527-1602), late Ming philosopher, historian and writer

李治 李治 li3 zhi4
Li Zhi, personal name of third Tang emperor Gaozong 唐高宗, (628-683), reigned 649-683

李祝 李祝 li3 zhu4
Lizhu, personal name of twenty-first and last Tang emperor Aidi 哀帝 (892-908), reigned 904-907

李自成 李自成 li3 zi4 cheng2
Li Zicheng (1605-1645), leader of peasant rebellion at the end of the Ming Dynasty

李子 李子 li3 zi5
plum

李宗仁 李宗仁 li3 zong1 ren2
Li Zongren (1891-1969), a leader of Guangxi warlord faction

李宗盛 李宗盛 li3 zong1 sheng4
Jonathan Lee (1958-), Taiwanese record producer and songwriter

唐高祖李渊 唐高祖李淵 tang2 gao1 zu3 li3 yuan1
Li Yuan (566-635), first Tang emperor Gaozu, reigned 618-626

唐太宗李卫公问对 唐太宗李衛公問對 tang2 tai4 zong1 li3 wei4 gong1 wen4 dui4
"Duke Li of Wei Answering Emperor Taizong of Tang", military treatise attributed to Li Jing 李靖 and one of the Seven Military Classics of ancient China 武經七書|武经七书

铁拐李 鐵拐李 tie3 guai3 li3
see 李鐵拐|李铁拐

投桃报李 投桃報李 tou2 tao2 bao4 li3
toss a peach, get back a plum (idiom); to return a favor; to exchange gifts; Scratch my back, and I'll scratch yours.

托运行李 托運行李 tuo1 yun4 xing2 li5
luggage that has been checked in (on flight)

行李搬运工 行李搬運工 xing2 li3 ban1 yun4 gong1
baggage handler

行李 行李 xing2 li5
luggage

行李传送带 行李傳送帶 xing2 li5 chuan2 song4 dai4
luggage conveyor belt; carousel

行李袋 行李袋 xing2 li5 dai4
travel bag

行李房 行李房 xing2 li5 fang2
luggage office

行李架 行李架 xing2 li5 jia4
luggage rack

行李票 行李票 xing2 li5 piao4
baggage tag

行李箱 行李箱 xing2 li5 xiang1
suitcase; baggage compartment; overhead bin; (car) trunk; boot

行李员 行李員 xing2 li5 yuan2
porter; bellboy

旋转行李传送带 旋轉行李傳送帶 xuan2 zhuan3 xing2 li5 chuan2 song4 dai4
luggage conveyor belt; carousel

艳如桃李 艷如桃李 yan4 ru2 tao2 li3
lit. beautiful as peach and prune; fig. radiant beauty

张冠李戴 張冠李戴 zhang1 guan1 li3 dai4
lit. to put Zhang's hat on Li's head; to attribute sth to the wrong person (idiom); to confuse one thing with another

张家长,李家短 張家長,李家短 zhang1 jia1 chang2 - li3 jia1 duan3
lit. the Zhangs are better off than the Lis (idiom); to gossip about the neighbors

张三,李四,王五,赵六 張三,李四,王五,趙六 zhang1 san1 - li3 si4 - wang2 wu3 - zhao4 liu4
four proverbial names; Tom, Dick and Harry

张三李四 張三李四 zhang1 san1 li3 si4
Zhang and Li (idiom); Zhang with tight trousers and Li with wide hat; Tom, Dick and Harry

张王李赵 張王李趙 zhang1 wang2 li3 zhao4
anyone; Mr Average; any Tom, Dick or Harry

槜李 槜李 zui4 li3
ancient place in modern day Zhejiang Province

槜李 槜李 zui4 li3
plum with bright red skin