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surname Chu; abbr. for Hubei 湖北省 and Hunan 湖南省 provinces together; Chinese kingdom during the Spring and Autumn and Warring States Periods (722-221 BC)

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distinct; clear; orderly; pain; suffering; deciduous bush used in Chinese medicine (genus Vitex); punishment cane (old)

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radical
strokes after radical 9
巴楚 巴楚 ba1 chu3
Maralbeshi nahiyisi (Maralbexi county) in Kashgar prefecture 喀什地區|喀什地区, west Xinjiang

巴楚县 巴楚縣 ba1 chu3 xian4
Maralbeshi nahiyisi (Maralbexi county) in Kashgar prefecture 喀什地區|喀什地区, west Xinjiang

悲楚 悲楚 bei1 chu3
sorrowful; grieved

不清楚 不清楚 bu4 qing1 chu5
unclear; not understood; currently unknown

苌楚 萇楚 chang2 chu3
plant mentioned in Book of Songs, uncertainly identified as carambola or star fruit (Averrhoa carambola); kiwi fruit

楚楚 楚楚 chu3 chu3
neat; lovely

楚辞 楚辭 chu3 ci2
Chu Ci, the Songs of Chu (ancient book of poems, collected during Han but esp. from country of Chu c. 500 BC)

楚国 楚國 chu3 guo2
the state of Chu (history)

楚汉相争 楚漢相爭 chu3 han4 xiang1 zheng1
see 楚漢戰爭|楚汉战争

楚汉战争 楚漢戰爭 chu3 han4 zhan4 zheng1
Chu-Han Contention (206-202 BC), power struggle between Liu Bang 劉邦|刘邦 of Han and Xiang Yu 項羽|项羽 of Chu

楚河汉界 楚河漢界 chu3 he2 han4 jie4
lit. the river that divides Chu and Han; fig. a line that divides rival territories; the mid-line between sides on a Chinese chessboard

楚怀王 楚懷王 chu3 huai2 wang2
King Huai of Chu (reigned 328-299 BC); later King Huai of Chu (reigned 208-205 BC)

楚雄 楚雄 chu3 xiong2
Chuxiong county level city, capital of Chuxiong Yi autonomous prefecture 楚雄彞族自治州|楚雄彝族自治州 in central Yunnan

楚雄市 楚雄市 chu3 xiong2 shi4
Chuxiong county level city, capital of Chuxiong Yi autonomous prefecture 楚雄彞族自治州|楚雄彝族自治州 in central Yunnan

楚雄彝族自治州 楚雄彞族自治州 chu3 xiong2 yi2 zu2 zi4 zhi4 zhou1
Chuxiong Yi autonomous prefecture in central Yunnan, capital Chuxiong city 楚雄市

楚雄州 楚雄州 chu3 xiong2 zhou1
abbr. for 楚雄彞族自治州|楚雄彝族自治州

楚州 楚州 chu3 zhou1
Chuzhou district of Huai'an city 淮安市, Jiangsu

楚州区 楚州區 chu3 zhou1 qu1
Chuzhou district of Huai'an city 淮安市, Jiangsu

楚庄王 楚莊王 chu3 zhuang1 wang2
King Zhuang of Chu (reigned 613-591 BC), one of the Five Hegemons 春秋五霸

棘楚 棘楚 ji2 chu3
thorny problem; troublesome affair

荆楚网 荊楚網 jing1 chu3 wang3
IPTV (PRC media network)

荆楚网视 荊楚網視 jing1 chu3 wang3 shi4
IPTV (PRC media network)

隽楚 雋楚 juan4 chu3
outstanding; extraordinary; preeminent

口齿清楚 口齒清楚 kou3 chi3 qing1 chu5
clear diction; clear articulation

苦楚 苦楚 ku3 chu3
suffering; misery; pain (esp. psychological)

马穆楚 馬穆楚 ma3 mu4 chu3
Mamoudzou, capital of Mayotte

尼布楚条约 尼布楚條約 ni2 bu4 chu3 tiao2 yue1
Treaty of Nerchinsk (1698) between Qing China and Russia

年楚河 年楚河 nian2 chu3 he2
Nyang qu or Nian chu River in Tibet, a tributary of Yarlung Tsangpo

凄楚 凄楚 qi1 chu3
sad; wretched; miserable

翘楚 翹楚 qiao2 chu3
person of outstanding talent

清楚 清楚 qing1 chu5
clear; distinct; to understand thoroughly; to be clear about

四面楚歌 四面楚歌 si4 mian4 chu3 ge1
lit. on all sides, the songs of Chu (idiom); fig. surrounded by enemies, isolated and without help

宋楚瑜 宋楚瑜 song4 chu3 yu2
James Soong (1942-), Taiwanese politician expelled from Guomindang in 2000 when he founded People First Party 親民黨|亲民党

酸楚 酸楚 suan1 chu3
disconsolate; forlorn; grievance

天低吴楚,眼空无物 天低吳楚,眼空無物 tian1 di1 wu2 chu3 - yan3 kong1 wu2 wu4
the sky hangs low over the Yangtze, empty as far as the eye can see (idiom); nothing to see to the broad horizon

痛楚 痛楚 tong4 chu3
pain; anguish; suffering

头脑清楚 頭腦清楚 tou2 nao3 qing1 chu5
lucid; clear-headed; sensible

乌讷楚 烏訥楚 wu1 ne4 chu3
Uxin or Wushen banner in southwest Ordos prefecture 鄂爾多斯|鄂尔多斯, Inner Mongolia

吴楚 吳楚 wu2 chu3
southern states of Wu and Chu; the middle and lower Yangtze valley

吴头楚尾 吳頭楚尾 wu2 tou2 chu3 wei3
lit. head in Wu and tail in Chu (idiom); fig. close together; head-to-tail; one thing starts where the other leaves off

耶律楚材 耶律楚材 ye1 lv4 chu3 cai2
Yelü Chucai (1190-1244), Khitan statesman and advisor to Genghis Khan and Ögödei Khan, known for convincing the Mongols to tax the conquered population of the north China plains rather than slaughter it

衣冠楚楚 衣冠楚楚 yi1 guan1 chu3 chu3
immaculately dressed; well-groomed; dapper

一清二楚 一清二楚 yi1 qing1 er4 chu3
to be very clear about sth (idiom)

朝秦暮楚 朝秦暮楚 zhao1 qin2 mu4 chu3
serve Qin in the morning Chu in the evening (idiom); quick to switch sides

钟楚红 鐘楚紅 zhong1 chu3 hong2
Cherie Chung (1960-), Hong Kong actress

中俄尼布楚条约 中俄尼布楚條約 zhong1 e2 ni2 bu4 chu3 tiao2 yue1
Treaty of Nerchinsk (1698) between Qing China and Russia