gui4
surname Gui; abbr. for Guangxi Autonomous Region 廣西壯族自治區|广西壮族自治区

gui4
cassia; laurel

strokes 10
radical
strokes after radical 6
蟾宫折桂 蟾宮折桂 chan2 gong1 zhe2 gui4
lit. plucking a branch of osmanthus from the Toad Palace (i.e. the moon); fig. to succeed in the imperial examination

丹桂 丹桂 dan1 gui4
orange osmanthus

官桂 官桂 guan1 gui4
Chinese cinnamon (Cinnamomum cassia); also written 肉桂

桂北越城岭 桂北越城嶺 gui4 bei3 yue4 cheng2 ling3
Mt Yuexiu, Guanxi

桂东 桂東 gui4 dong1
Guidong county in Chenzhou 郴州, Hunan

桂东县 桂東縣 gui4 dong1 xian4
Guidong county in Chenzhou 郴州, Hunan

桂格 桂格 gui4 ge2
Quaker (company)

桂冠 桂冠 gui4 guan1
laurel; victory garland (in Greek and Western culture)

桂花 桂花 gui4 hua1
osmanthus flowers; Osmanthus fragrans

桂林 桂林 gui4 lin2
Guilin prefecture level city in Guangxi; Zhuang: Gveilinz

桂林地区 桂林地區 gui4 lin2 di4 qu1
Guilin precture in Guangxi

桂林市 桂林市 gui4 lin2 shi4
Guilin prefecture level city in Guangxi; Zhuang: Gveilinz

桂林医学院 桂林醫學院 gui4 lin2 yi1 xue2 yuan4
Guilin Medical University

桂纶镁 桂綸鎂 gui4 lun2 mei3
Guey Lun-mei (1983-), Taiwanese actress

桂木属 桂木屬 gui4 mu4 shu3
genus Artocarpus

桂皮 桂皮 gui4 pi2
Chinese cinnamon (Cinnamonum cassia); cassia bark

桂平 桂平 gui4 ping2
Guiping county level city in Guigang 貴港|贵港, Guangxi

桂平市 桂平市 gui4 ping2 shi4
Guiping county level city in Guigang 貴港|贵港, Guangxi

桂系军阀 桂系軍閥 gui4 xi4 jun1 fa2
Guangxi warlord faction, from 1911-1930

桂阳 桂陽 gui4 yang2
Guiyang county in Chenzhou 郴州, Hunan

桂阳县 桂陽縣 gui4 yang2 xian4
Guiyang county in Chenzhou 郴州, Hunan

桂鱼 桂魚 gui4 yu2
mandarin fish

桂圆 桂圓 gui4 yuan2
see 龍眼|龙眼

桂枝 桂枝 gui4 zhi1
cinnamon (Ramulus Cinnamomi)

蒋桂战争 蔣桂戰爭 jiang3 gui4 zhan4 zheng1
confrontation of 1929 between Chiang Kaishek and the Guangxi warlord faction

金桂冠 金桂冠 jin1 gui4 guan1
Kim KyeGwan 김계관 (1943-), North Korean diplomat, vice-foreign minister of

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

临桂 臨桂 lin2 gui4
Lingui county in Guilin 桂林, Guangxi

临桂县 臨桂縣 lin2 gui4 xian4
Lingui county in Guilin 桂林, Guangxi

穆桂英 穆桂英 mu4 gui4 ying1
Mu Guiying, female warrior and heroine of the Yang Saga 楊家將|杨家将

倪桂珍 倪桂珍 ni2 gui4 zhen1
Ni Guizhen or Ni Kwei-Tseng (1869 - 1931), mother of Song Ailing 宋藹齡|宋蔼龄, Song Qingling 宋慶齡|宋庆龄 and Song Meiling 宋美齡|宋美龄

肉桂 肉桂 rou4 gui4
Chinese cinnamon (Cinnamomum cassia)

食玉炊桂 食玉炊桂 shi2 yu4 chui1 gui4
food is more precious than jade and firewood more expensive than cassia (idiom); the cost of living is very high

吴三桂 吳三桂 wu2 san1 gui4
Wu Sangui (1612-1678), Chinese general who let the Manchus into China and helped them establish the Qing Dynasty, later leading a revolt against Qing in an effort to start his own dynasty

香桂 香桂 xiang1 gui4
see 桂皮, Chinese cinnamon

湘桂运河 湘桂運河 xiang1 gui4 yun4 he2
Hunan-Guanxi canal, another name for Lingqu 靈渠|灵渠 canal in Xing'an county 興安|兴安, Guanxi

玉桂 玉桂 yu4 gui4
see 肉桂

月桂 月桂 yue4 gui4
laurel (Laurus nobilis); bay tree; bay leaf

月桂冠 月桂冠 yue4 gui4 guan1
laurel crown; victory garland (in Greek and Western culture)

月桂树 月桂樹 yue4 gui4 shu4
laurel tree (Laurus nobilis); bay tree

月桂树叶 月桂樹葉 yue4 gui4 shu4 ye4
laurel leaf; bay leaf

月桂叶 月桂葉 yue4 gui4 ye4
bay leaf; laurel leaf

折桂 折桂 zhe2 gui4
to win the laurels; to pass an imperial examination; to win a championship