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surname Di; generic name for northern ethnic minorities during the Qin and Han Dynasties (221 BC-220 AD)

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low ranking public official (old)

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radical
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阿狄森氏病 阿狄森氏病 a1 di2 sen1 shi4 bing4
Addison's disease

阿芙罗狄忒 阿芙羅狄忒 a1 fu2 luo2 di2 te4
see 阿佛洛狄忒

阿佛洛狄忒 阿佛洛狄忒 a1 fu2 luo4 di2 te4
Aphrodite, Greek goddess of love; Venus

阿弗洛狄忒 阿弗洛狄忒 a1 fu2 luo4 di2 te4
see 阿佛洛狄忒

巴布·狄伦 巴布·狄倫 ba1 bu4 - di2 lun2
Bob Dylan, American folk singer (1941-)

鲍狄埃 鮑狄埃 bao4 di2 ai1
Eugène Edine Pottier (1816-1887), French revolutionary socialist and poet

查尔斯·狄更斯 查爾斯·狄更斯 cha2 er3 si1 - di2 geng1 si1
Charles Dickens (1812-1870), great English novelist

大唐狄公案 大唐狄公案 da4 tang2 di2 gong1 an4
Three Murder Cases Solved by Judge Dee, 1949 novel by R.H. van Gulik, featuring Tang Dynasty politician Di Renjie 狄仁傑|狄仁杰 as master sleuth

狄奥多 狄奧多 di2 ao4 duo1
Theodor (name)

狄奥多·阿多诺 狄奧多·阿多諾 di2 ao4 duo1 - a1 duo1 nuo4
Theodor Ludwig Wiesengrund Adorno (1903-1969), German sociologist, philosopher, musicologist, and composer

狄俄倪索斯 狄俄倪索斯 di2 e2 ni2 suo3 si1
Dionysus, the god of wine in Greek mythology

狄更斯 狄更斯 di2 geng1 si1
Dickens (name); Charles Dickens (1812-1870), great English novelist

狄公案 狄公案 di2 gong1 an4
Dee Gong An (or Judge Dee's) Cases, 18th century fantasy featuring Tang dynasty politician Di Renjie 狄仁傑|狄仁杰 as master sleuth, translated by R.H. van Gulik as Three Murder Cases Solved by Judge Dee

狄拉克 狄拉克 di2 la1 ke4
P.A.M. Dirac (1902-1984), British physicist

狄仁杰 狄仁傑 di2 ren2 jie2
Di Renjie (607-700), Tang dynasty politician, prime minister under Wu Zetian, subsequently hero of legends; master sleuth Judge Dee, aka Chinese Sherlock Holmes, in novel Three murder cases solved by Judge Dee 狄公案 translated by Dutch sinologist R.H. van G

俄狄浦斯 俄狄浦斯 e2 di2 pu3 si1
Oedipus, hero of tragedy by Athenian dramatist Sophocles

康乃狄克 康乃狄克 kang1 nai3 di2 ke4
Connecticut, US state (Tw)

康涅狄格 康涅狄格 kang1 nie4 di2 ge2
Connecticut, US state

康涅狄格州 康涅狄格州 kang1 nie4 di2 ge2 zhou1
Connecticut, US state

拉狄克 拉狄克 la1 di2 ke4
Karl Bernardovich Radek (1995-1939), bolshevik and Comintern leader, first president of Moscow Sun Yat-sen university, died in prison during Stalin's purges

夷狄 夷狄 yi2 di2
non-Han tribes in the east and north of ancient China; barbarians