wang2
surname Wang

wang2
king or monarch; best or strongest of its type; grand; great

wang4
to rule; to reign over

strokes 4
radical
strokes after radical 0
阿拔斯王朝 阿拔斯王朝 a1 ba2 si1 wang2 chao2
Abbasid Empire (750-1258), successor of the Umayyad caliphate

阿黑门尼德王朝 阿黑門尼德王朝 a1 hei1 men2 ni2 de2 wang2 chao2
Achaemenid Empire of Persian (559-330 BC)

阿育王 阿育王 a1 yu4 wang2
Ashoka (304-232 BC), Indian emperor of the Maurya Dynasty 孔雀王朝, ruled 273-232 BC

爱德华王子岛 愛德華王子島 ai4 de2 hua2 wang2 zi3 dao3
Prince Edward Island (province of Canada)

霸王 霸王 ba4 wang2
hegemon; overlord; despot

霸王鞭 霸王鞭 ba4 wang2 bian1
a rattle stick used in folk dancing; rattle stick dance

霸王别姬 霸王別姬 ba4 wang2 bie2 ji1
Xiang Yu bids farewell to his favorite concubine (classic subject); Farewell my concubine (film by Chen Kaige)

霸王龙 霸王龍 ba4 wang2 long2
Tyrannosaurus rex

霸王树 霸王樹 ba4 wang2 shu4
cactus

霸王硬上弓 霸王硬上弓 ba4 wang2 ying4 shang4 gong1
to force oneself upon sb (idiom); to rape

霸王之道 霸王之道 ba4 wang2 zhi1 dao4
the Way of the Hegemon; despotic rule; abbr. to 霸道

白马王子 白馬王子 bai2 ma3 wang2 zi3
Prince Charming; knight in shining armor

必然王国 必然王國 bi4 ran2 wang2 guo2
realm of necessity (philosophy)

成王败寇 成王敗寇 cheng2 wang2 bai4 kou4
see 成則為王,敗則為寇|成则为王,败则为寇

成则为王,败则为寇 成則為王,敗則為寇 cheng2 ze2 wei2 wang2 - bai4 ze2 wei2 kou4
lit. called a king if successful, called a bandit if defeated (idiom); fig. losers are always in the wrong

成者为王,败者为寇 成者為王,敗者為寇 cheng2 zhe3 wei2 wang2 - bai4 zhe3 wei2 kou4
see 成則為王,敗則為寇|成则为王,败则为寇

吃霸王餐 吃霸王餐 chi1 ba4 wang2 can1
to dine and dash; to leave without paying

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

闯王 闖王 chuang3 wang2
Chuangwang or Roaming King, adopted name of late Ming peasant rebel leader Li Zicheng 李自成 (1605-1645)

闯王陵 闖王陵 chuang3 wang2 ling2
mausoleum to late Ming peasant rebel leader Li Zicheng 李自成 (who styled himself Chuang Wang): one in Jiugongshan 九宫山 nature reserve, Tongshan county, Xianning prefecture, Hubei, and another in Shimen 石门, Changde 常德, Hunan, built starting in 1980

达味王 達味王 da2 wei4 wang2
King David

大水冲了龙王庙 大水沖了龍王廟 da4 shui3 chong1 le5 long2 wang2 miao4
lit. surging waters flooded the Dragon King temple (idiom); fig. to fail to recognize a familiar person; a dispute between close people who fail to recognize each other

大王 大王 da4 wang2
king; magnate; person having expert skill in something

大英联合王国 大英聯合王國 da4 ying1 lian2 he2 wang2 guo2
United Kingdom

戴安娜王妃 戴安娜王妃 dai4 an1 na4 wang2 fei1
Diana, Princess of Wales (1961-1997)

大王 大王 dai4 wang5
robber baron (in opera, old stories); magnate

悼襄王 悼襄王 dao4 xiang1 wang2
King Daoxiang of Zhao 趙國|赵国, reigned 245-236 BC

帝王 帝王 di4 wang2
regent; monarch

帝王谱 帝王譜 di4 wang2 pu3
list of emperors and kings; dynastic genealogy

帝王企鹅 帝王企鵝 di4 wang2 qi3 e2
emperor penguin

帝王切开 帝王切開 di4 wang2 qie1 kai1
Cesarean section

地藏王菩萨 地藏王菩薩 di4 zang4 wang2 pu2 sa4
Kṣitigarbha Bodhisattva, the Bodhisattva of the Great Vow (to save all souls before accepting Bodhi); also translated Earth Treasury, Earth Womb, or Earth Store Bodhisattva

东王公 東王公 dong1 wang2 gong1
Mu Kung or Tung Wang Kung, God of the Immortals (Taoism)

都铎王朝 都鐸王朝 du1 duo2 wang2 chao2
Tudor Dynasty, ruled England 1485-1603

法王 法王 fa3 wang2
Sakyamuni

蜂王 蜂王 feng1 wang2
queen bee

封王 封王 feng1 wang2
to win the championship; (of an emperor) to bestow the title of king on a subject

蜂王浆 蜂王漿 feng1 wang2 jiang1
royal jelly

蜂王精 蜂王精 feng1 wang2 jing1
royal jelly

蜂王乳 蜂王乳 feng1 wang2 ru3
royal jelly

高丽王朝 高麗王朝 gao1 li2 wang2 chao2
Korean Goryeo 고려 Dynasty, 918-1392

恭亲王 恭親王 gong1 qin1 wang2
Grand Prince (Qing title)

恭亲王奕䜣 恭親王奕訢 gong1 qin1 wang2 yi4 xin1
Grand Prince Yixin (1833-1898), sixth son of Emperor Daoguang, prominent politician, diplomat and modernizer in late Qing

顾野王 顧野王 gu4 ye3 wang2
Gu Yewang (519-581), historian and an interpreter of classical texts, editor of Yupian 玉篇

国王 國王 guo2 wang2
king

海王星 海王星 hai3 wang2 xing1
Neptune (planet)

海贼王 海賊王 hai3 zei2 wang2
One Piece (manga and anime)

汉堡王 漢堡王 han4 bao3 wang2
Burger King (fast food restaurant)

荷兰王国 荷蘭王國 he2 lan2 wang2 guo2
Koninkrijk der Nederlanden; Kingdom of the Netherlands

黑汗王朝 黑汗王朝 hei1 han2 wang2 chao2
Karakhan Dynasty of central Asia, 8th-10th century

黑枕王鹟 黑枕王鶲 hei1 zhen3 wang2 weng1
(bird species of China) black-naped monarch (Hypothymis azurea)

猴王 猴王 hou2 wang2
Sun Wukong, the Monkey King, character with supernatural powers in the novel Journey to the West 西遊記|西游记

混世魔王 混世魔王 hun4 shi4 mo2 wang2
devil incarnate (idiom); fiend in human form

柬吴哥王朝 柬吳哥王朝 jian3 wu2 ge1 wang2 chao2
Ankor Dynasty of Cambodia, 802-1431

见阎王 見閻王 jian4 yan2 wang2
to meet one's Maker; to die

街头霸王 街頭霸王 jie1 tou2 ba4 wang2
Street Fighter (video game series)

桀王 桀王 jie2 wang2
King Jie, the final ruler of the Xia dynasty (until c. 1600 BC), a notoriously cruel and immoral tyrant

金霸王 金霸王 jin1 ba4 wang2
Duracell (US brand of batteries etc)

君王 君王 jun1 wang2
sovereign king

喀拉汗王朝 喀拉汗王朝 ka1 la1 han2 wang2 chao2
Karakhan dynasty of central Asia, 8th-10th century

开漳圣王 開漳聖王 kai1 zhang1 sheng4 wang2
Sacred King, founder of Zhangzhou, posthumous title of Tang dynasty general Chen Yuanguang (657-711) 陳元光|陈元光

孔雀王朝 孔雀王朝 kong3 que4 wang2 chao2
Maurya Dynasty of India (322-185 BC)

老王卖瓜,自卖自夸 老王賣瓜,自賣自誇 lao3 wang2 mai4 gua1 - zi4 mai4 zi4 kua1
every potter praises his own pot (idiom); all one's geese are swans

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

李天王 李天王 li3 tian1 wang2
the pagoda bearing god

联合王国 聯合王國 lian2 he2 wang2 guo2
United Kingdom

列王纪上 列王紀上 lie4 wang2 ji4 shang4
First book of Kings

列王记上 列王記上 lie4 wang2 ji4 shang4
First book of Kings

列王纪下 列王紀下 lie4 wang2 ji4 xia4
Second book of Kings

列王记下 列王記下 lie4 wang2 ji4 xia4
Second book of Kings

琉球王国 琉球王國 liu2 qiu2 wang2 guo2
Ryūkyū kingdom 1429-1879 (on modern Okinawa)

龙王 龍王 long2 wang2
Dragon King (mythology)

骆宾王 駱賓王 luo4 bin1 wang2
Luo Binwang (640-684),Tang poet

马王堆 馬王堆 ma3 wang2 dui1
Mawangdui in Changsha, Hunan, a recent Han dynasty archaeological site

猫王 貓王 mao1 wang2
Elvis Presley (1935-1977), US pop singer and film star; transliterated as 埃爾維斯·普雷斯利|埃尔维斯·普雷斯利

冥王 冥王 ming2 wang2
the king of hell

冥王星 冥王星 ming2 wang2 xing1
Pluto (dwarf planet)

魔王 魔王 mo2 wang2
devil king; evil person

魔王撒旦 魔王撒旦 mo2 wang2 sa1 dan4
Satan, Devil king

莫卧儿王朝 莫臥兒王朝 mo4 wo4 er2 wang2 chao2
Mughal or Mogul Dynasty (1526-1858)

那不勒斯王国 那不勒斯王國 na4 bu4 le4 si1 wang2 guo2
Kingdom of Naples (1282-1860)

尼泊尔王国 尼泊爾王國 ni2 bo2 er3 wang2 guo2
Kingdom of Nepal

牛魔王 牛魔王 niu2 mo2 wang2
Gyuumao

女王 女王 nv3 wang2
queen

蒲甘王朝 蒲甘王朝 pu2 gan1 wang2 chao2
Bagan (Pagan) Dynasty of Myanmar (Burma), 1044-1287

齐湣王 齊湣王 qi2 min3 wang2
King Min of Qi (reigned 323-284 BC)

棋王 棋王 qi2 wang2
chess champion

齐宣王 齊宣王 qi2 xuan1 wang2
King Xuan of Qi (reigned 342-324 BC)

亲王 親王 qin1 wang2
prince

秦惠文王 秦惠文王 qin2 hui4 wen2 wang2
King Huiwen of Qin 秦國|秦国, ruled 338-211 BC during the Warring States Period

勤王 勤王 qin2 wang2
to serve the king diligently; to save the country in times of danger; to send troops to rescue the king

擒贼擒王 擒賊擒王 qin2 zei2 qin2 wang2
to defeat the enemy by capturing their chief (idiom)

拳王 拳王 quan2 wang2
boxing champion

萨非王朝 薩非王朝 sa4 fei1 wang2 chao2
Persian Safavid Dynasty 1501-1722

萨桑王朝 薩桑王朝 sa4 sang1 wang2 chao2
Sassanid Empire of Persia (c. 2nd-7th century AD)

萨珊王朝 薩珊王朝 sa4 shan1 wang2 chao2
Sassanid Empire of Persia (c. 2nd-7th century AD)

沙法维王朝 沙法維王朝 sha1 fa3 wei2 wang2 chao2
Persian Safavid Dynasty 1501-1722

山中无老虎,猴子称大王 山中無老虎,猴子稱大王 shan1 zhong1 wu2 lao3 hu3 - hou2 zi5 cheng1 dai4 wang5
in the country of the blind the one-eyed man is king

商纣王 商紂王 shang1 zhou4 wang2
King Zhou of Shang (11th century BC), notorious as a cruel tyrant

摄政王 攝政王 she4 zheng4 wang2
regent

神女有心,襄王无梦 神女有心,襄王無夢 shen2 nv3 you3 xin1 - xiang1 wang2 wu2 meng4
lit. the fairy is willing, but King Xiang doesn't dream (idiom); (said of a woman's unrequited love)

圣王 聖王 sheng4 wang2
sage ruler

狮心王理查 獅心王理查 shi1 xin1 wang2 li3 cha2
Richard the Lionheart (1157-1199), King Richard I of England 1189-1199

世宗大王 世宗大王 shi4 zong1 da4 wang2
Sejong the Great or Sejong Daewang (1397-1450), reigned 1418-1450 as fourth king of Joseon or Chosun dynasty, in whose reign the hangeul alphabet was invented

寿王坟 壽王墳 shou4 wang2 fen2
Shouwangfen town, in Chengde 承德市, Hebei

寿王坟镇 壽王墳鎮 shou4 wang2 fen2 zhen4
Shouwangfen town, in Chengde 承德市, Hebei

四大天王 四大天王 si4 da4 tian1 wang2
the four heavenly kings (Sanskrit vajra); the four guardians or warrior attendants of Buddha

四子王 四子王 si4 zi3 wang2
Siziwang banner or Dörvön-xüüxed khoshuu in Ulaanchab 烏蘭察布|乌兰察布, Inner Mongolia

四子王旗 四子王旗 si4 zi3 wang2 qi2
Siziwang banner or Dörvön-xüüxed khoshuu in Ulaanchab 烏蘭察布|乌兰察布, Inner Mongolia

苏格兰女王玛丽 蘇格蘭女王瑪麗 su1 ge2 lan2 nv3 wang2 ma3 li4
Mary, Queen of Scots (1542-87)

檀君王 檀君王 tan2 jun1 wang2
Tangun, legendary founder of Korea in 2333 BC

滕王阁 滕王閣 teng2 wang2 ge2
Tengwang Tower in Nanchang, Jiangxi; one of three famous pagodas in China along with Yueyang Tower 岳陽樓|岳阳楼 in Yueyang, north Hunan, and Yellow Crane Tower 黃鶴樓|黄鹤楼 in Wuhan, Hubei

天王 天王 tian1 wang2
emperor; god; Hong Xiuquan's self-proclaimed title; see also 洪秀全

天王星 天王星 tian1 wang2 xing1
Uranus (planet)

吐蕃王朝 吐蕃王朝 tu3 bo1 wang2 chao2
Tibetan Tubo Dynasty 7th-11th century AD

托勒密王 托勒密王 tuo1 le4 mi4 wang2
Ptolemy, kings of Egypt after the partition of Alexander the Great's Empire in 305 BC

托塔天王 托塔天王 tuo1 ta3 tian1 wang2
the pagoda bearing god

王安石 王安石 wang2 an1 shi2
Wang Anshi (1021-1086), Song dynasty politician and writer, one of the Eight Giants 唐宋八大家

王八 王八 wang2 ba1
tortoise; cuckold; (old) male owner of a brothel; pimp

王八蛋 王八蛋 wang2 ba1 dan4
bastard (insult); son of a bitch

王八犊子 王八犢子 wang2 ba1 du2 zi5
see 王八羔子

王八羔子 王八羔子 wang2 ba1 gao1 zi5
son of a bitch; bastard

王弼 王弼 wang2 bi4
Wang Bi (226-249), Chinese neo-Daoist philosopher

王勃 王勃 wang2 bo2
Wang Bo (650-676), Tang poet

王不留行 王不留行 wang2 bu4 liu2 xing2
cowherb (Vaccaria segetalis); cowherb seeds (used in TCM)

王朝 王朝 wang2 chao2
dynasty

王充 王充 wang2 chong1
Wang Chong (27-97), rationalist and critical philosopher

王储 王儲 wang2 chu3
crown prince; heir to throne

王岱舆 王岱輿 wang2 dai4 yu2
Wang Daiyu (1584-1670), Hui Islamic scholar of the Ming-Qing transition

王丹 王丹 wang2 dan1
Wang Dan (1969-), Chinese dissident, one of the leaders of the Beijing student democracy movement of 1989

王导 王導 wang2 dao3
Wang Dao (276-339), powerful official of Jin dynasty and brother of general Wang Dun 王敦, regent of Jin from 325

王道 王道 wang2 dao4
the Way of the King; statecraft; benevolent rule; virtuous as opposed to the Way of Hegemon 霸道

王敦 王敦 wang2 dun1
Wang Dun (266-324), powerful general of Jin dynasty and brother of civil official Wang Dao 王導|王导, subsequently rebellious warlord 322-324

王法 王法 wang2 fa3
the law; the law of the land; the law of a state (in former times); criterion

王菲 王菲 wang2 fei1
Faye Wong (1969-), Hong Kong pop star and actress

王妃 王妃 wang2 fei1
princess (in Europe)

王夫之 王夫之 wang2 fu1 zhi1
Wang Fuzhi (1619-1692), wide-ranging scholar of the Ming-Qing transition

王府 王府 wang2 fu3
prince's mansion

王府井 王府井 wang2 fu3 jing3
Wangfujing neighborhood of central Beijing, famous for shopping

王宫 王宮 wang2 gong1
imperial palace

王公 王公 wang2 gong1
princes and dukes; aristocrat

王顾左右而言他 王顧左右而言他 wang2 gu4 zuo3 you4 er2 yan2 ta1
the king looked left and right and then talked of other things; to digress from the topic of discussion (idiom)

王冠 王冠 wang2 guan1
crown

王光良 王光良 wang2 guang1 liang2
Michael Wong (1970-), Malaysian Chinese singer and composer

王国 王國 wang2 guo2
kingdom; realm

王国聚会所 王國聚會所 wang2 guo2 ju4 hui4 suo3
Kingdom Hall (place of worship used by Jehovah's Witnesses)

王国维 王國維 wang2 guo2 wei2
Wang Guowei (1877-1927), noted scholar

王洪文 王洪文 wang2 hong2 wen2
Wang Hongwen (1935-1992), one of the Gang of Four

王侯 王侯 wang2 hou2
aristocracy

王侯公卿 王侯公卿 wang2 hou2 gong1 qing1
aristocracy

王后 王后 wang2 hou4
queen

王化 王化 wang2 hua4
beneficial influence of the sovereign

王家 王家 wang2 jia1
princely

王家瑞 王家瑞 wang2 jia1 rui4
Wang Jiarui (1949-), PRC politician and diplomat, from 2006 head of CPC central committee's external affairs department 對外聯絡部|对外联络部

王家卫 王家衛 wang2 jia1 wei4
Wong Kar-wai (1956-), Hong Kong film director

王建民 王建民 wang2 jian4 min2
Chien-Ming Wang (1980-), Taiwanese starting pitcher for the Washington Nationals in Major League Baseball

王君如 王君如 wang2 jun1 ru2
Cyndi Wang (1982-), Taiwanese singer and actress

王军霞 王軍霞 wang2 jun1 xia2
Wang Junxia (1973-), Chinese long-distance runner

王老吉 王老吉 wang2 lao3 ji2
Wanglaoji (beverage brand)

王老五 王老五 wang2 lao3 wu3
lit. fifth child of the Wangs; bachelor

王力 王力 wang2 li4
Wang Li (1900-1986), one of the pioneers of modern Chinese linguistics

王力宏 王力宏 wang2 li4 hong2
Wang Lee-Hom (1976-), Taiwanese-American singer

王励勤 王勵勤 wang2 li4 qin2
Wang Liqin (1978-), former PRC table tennis player, Olympic medalist

王力雄 王力雄 wang2 li4 xiong2
Wang Lixiong (1953-), Chinese writer, author of Yellow Peril 黃禍|黄祸

王码 王碼 wang2 ma3
Wang code, same as 五筆字型|五笔字型, five stroke input method for Chinese characters by numbered strokes, invented by Wang Yongmin 王永民 in 1983

王莽 王莽 wang2 mang3
Wang Mang (45 BC-23 AD), usurped power and reigned 9-23 between the former and later Han

王猛 王猛 wang2 meng3
Wang Meng (325-375), prime minister to Fu Jian 苻堅|苻坚 of Former Qin 前秦

王明 王明 wang2 ming2
Wang Ming (1904-1974), Soviet trained Chinese communist, Comintern and Soviet stooge and left adventurist in the 1930s, fell out with Mao and moved to Soviet Union from 1956

王母 王母 wang2 mu3
another name for 西王母, Queen Mother of the West

王母 王母 wang2 mu3
(literary) paternal grandmother

王母娘娘 王母娘娘 wang2 mu3 niang2 niang2
another name for Xi Wangmu 西王母, Queen Mother of the West

王楠 王楠 wang2 nan2
Wang Nan (1978-), female PRC table tennis player, Olympic medalist

王牌 王牌 wang2 pai2
trump card

王伾 王伾 wang2 pi1
Wang Pi (-c. 806), Tang dynasty chancellor and a leader of failed Yongzhen reform 永貞革新|永贞革新 of 805

王平 王平 wang2 ping2
Wang Ping (1962-2013), PRC crosstalk actor

王婆卖瓜,自卖自夸 王婆賣瓜,自賣自誇 wang2 po2 mai4 gua1 - zi4 mai4 zi4 kua1
every potter praises his own pot (idiom); all one's geese are swans

王岐山 王岐山 wang2 qi2 shan1
Wang Qishan (1948-), PRC politician

王钦若 王欽若 wang2 qin1 ruo4
Wang Qinruo (962-1025), Northern Song dynasty official

王权 王權 wang2 quan2
royalty; royal power

王实甫 王實甫 wang2 shi2 fu3
Wang Shifu (fl. 1295-1307), author of Romance of the West Chamber 西廂記|西厢记

王室 王室 wang2 shi4
royal family; royal household

王世充 王世充 wang2 shi4 chong1
Wang Shichong (-621), general of late Sui and opponent of early Tang

王士禛 王士禛 wang2 shi4 zhen1
Wang Shizhen (1634-1711), early Qing poet

王叔文 王叔文 wang2 shu1 wen2
Wang Shuwen (735-806), famous Tang dynasty scholar, Go player and politician, a leader of failed Yongzhen Reform 永貞革新|永贞革新 of 805

王水 王水 wang2 shui3
Aqua regia

王朔 王朔 wang2 shuo4
Wang Shuo (1958-), Chinese writer, director and actor

王肃 王肅 wang2 su4
Wang Su (c. 195-256), classical scholar of Cao Wei dynasty, believed to have forged several classical texts

王太后 王太后 wang2 tai4 hou4
Queen Dowager (in Europe); widowed queen; Queen mother

王维 王維 wang2 wei2
Wang Wei (701-761), Tang Dynasty poet

王位 王位 wang2 wei4
title of king; kingship

王五 王五 wang2 wu3
Wang Wu, name for an unspecified person, third of a series of three: 張三|张三, 李四, 王五 Tom, Dick and Harry

王希孟 王希孟 wang2 xi1 meng4
Wang Ximeng (c. 1096-c. 1119), Song artist, probably teenage prodigy who died young, painter of Thousand Miles of Landscape 千里江山

王羲之 王羲之 wang2 xi1 zhi1
Wang Xizhi (303-361), famous calligrapher of Eastern Jin, known as the sage of calligraphy 書聖|书圣

王仙芝 王仙芝 wang2 xian1 zhi1
Wang Xianzhi, peasant leader during Huang Chao peasant uprising 黃巢起義|黄巢起义 875-884 in late Tang

王小波 王小波 wang2 xiao3 bo1
Wang Xiaobo (1952-1997), scholar and novelist

王心凌 王心凌 wang2 xin1 ling2
stage name of Cyndi Wang; see 王君如

王选 王選 wang2 xuan3
Wang Xuan (1937-2006), Chinese printing industry innovator

王爷 王爺 wang2 ye5
prince; marquis; nobleman

王益 王益 wang2 yi4
Wangyi District of Tongchuan City 銅川市|铜川市, Shaanxi

王义夫 王義夫 wang2 yi4 fu1
Wang Yifu (1960-), male PRC pistol shooter and Olympic medalist

王益区 王益區 wang2 yi4 qu1
Wangyi District of Tongchuan City 銅川市|铜川市, Shaanxi

王英 王英 wang2 ying1
Wang Ying (character in the "Water Margin")

王颖 王穎 wang2 ying3
Wayne Wang (1949-), Chinese US film director

王永民 王永民 wang2 yong3 min2
Wang Yongmin (1943-), inventor of the five stroke input method 五筆輸入法|五笔输入法

王禹偁 王禹偁 wang2 yu3 cheng1
Wang Yucheng (954-1001) Song dynasty literary figure

王昭君 王昭君 wang2 zhao1 jun1
Wang Zhaojun (52-19 BC), famous beauty at the court of Han emperor Yuan 漢元帝|汉元帝, one of the Four legendary beauties 四大美女

王震 王震 wang2 zhen4
Wang Zhen (1908-1993), Chinese political figure

王治郅 王治郅 wang2 zhi4 zhi4
Wang Zhizhi (1977-), former Chinese basketball player

王著 王著 wang2 zhu4
Wang Zhu (-c. 990), Song calligrapher and writer

王子 王子 wang2 zi3
prince; son of a king

王祖贤 王祖賢 wang2 zu3 xian2
Joey Wong (1967-), Taiwanese actress

王座 王座 wang2 zuo4
throne

维多利亚女王 維多利亞女王 wei2 duo1 li4 ya4 nv3 wang2
Queen Victoria (reigned 1837-1901)

倭马亚王朝 倭馬亞王朝 wo1 ma3 ya4 wang2 chao2
Umayyad Empire (661-750, in Iberia -1031), successor of the Rashidun caliphate

吴王阖庐 吳王闔廬 wu2 wang2 he2 lu2
King Helu of Wu (-496 BC, reigned 514-496 BC); also called 吳王闔閭|吴王阖闾

吴王阖闾 吳王闔閭 wu2 wang2 he2 lv2
King Helu of Wu (-496 BC, reigned 514-496 BC), sometimes considered one of the Five Hegemons 春秋五霸; also called 吳王闔廬|吴王阖庐

武王伐纣 武王伐紂 wu3 wang2 fa2 zhou4
King Wu of Zhou 周武王 overthrows tyrant Zhou of Shang 商紂王|商纣王

希律王 希律王 xi1 lv4 wang2
King Herod (in the biblical nativity story)

西王母 西王母 xi1 wang2 mu3
Xi Wangmu, Queen Mother of the West, keeper of the peaches of immortality; popularly known as 王母娘娘

夏王朝 夏王朝 xia4 wang2 chao2
Xia dynasty, unconfirmed but placed at c. 2070-c. 1600 BC

先王 先王 xian1 wang2
former kings; former emperors; in Confucian writing, refers esp. to the sage rulers Yao 堯|尧, Shun 舜, Yu 禹, Tang 湯|汤 and the kings of Zhou

先王之道 先王之道 xian1 wang2 zhi1 dao4
the way of former kings

先王之乐 先王之樂 xian1 wang2 zhi1 yue4
the music of former kings

先王之政 先王之政 xian1 wang2 zhi1 zheng4
the rule of former kings

仙王座 仙王座 xian1 wang2 zuo4
Cepheus (constellation)

贤王 賢王 xian2 wang2
sage kings

孝成王 孝成王 xiao4 cheng2 wang2
King Xiaocheng of Zhao 趙國|赵国, reigned 266-245 BC

新罗王朝 新羅王朝 xin1 luo2 wang2 chao2
Silla, Korean kingdom 57 BC-935 AD; one of the Korean Three Kingdoms from 1st century AD, defeating its rivals Paikche 百濟|百济 and Koguryo 高句麗|高句丽 around 660 in alliance with Tang China; unified Silla 658-935

亚瑟王 亞瑟王 ya4 se4 wang2
King Arthur

阎罗王 閻羅王 yan2 luo2 wang2
Yama, King of Hell; translation of Sanskrit: Yama Raja

阎王 閻王 yan2 wang2
same as 閻羅王|阎罗王; Yama, King of Hell; translation of Sanskrit: Yama Raja

阎王好见,小鬼难当 閻王好見,小鬼難當 yan2 wang2 hao3 jian4 - xiao3 gui3 nan2 dang1
lit. standing in front of the King of Hell is easy, but smaller devils are difficult to deal with (idiom)

阎王爷 閻王爺 yan2 wang2 ye2
same as 閻羅王|阎罗王; Yama, King of Hell; translation of Sanskrit: Yama Raja

英联合王国 英聯合王國 ying1 lian2 he2 wang2 guo2
United Kingdom

游戏王 遊戲王 you2 xi4 wang2
Yu-Gi-Oh!

禹王台 禹王台 yu3 wang2 tai2
Yuwangtai district of Kaifeng city 開封市|开封市, Henan

禹王台区 禹王台區 yu3 wang2 tai2 qu1
Yuwangtai district of Kaifeng city 開封市|开封市, Henan

越王勾践 越王勾踐 yue4 wang2 gou1 jian4
King Gou Jian of Yue (c. 470 BC), sometimes considered one of the Five Hegemons 春秋五霸

灶王 灶王 zao4 wang2
Zaoshen, the god of the kitchen; also written 灶神

灶王爷 灶王爺 zao4 wang2 ye2
Zaoshen, the god of the kitchen; also written 灶神

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

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

赵惠文王 趙惠文王 zhao4 hui4 wen2 wang2
King Huiwen of Zhao 趙國|赵国, reigned 298-266 BC during the Warring States Period

周成王 周成王 zhou1 cheng2 wang2
King Cheng of Zhou (1055-1021 BC), reigned 1042-1021 BC as the 2nd king of Western Zhou 西周, son of King Wu of Zhou 周武王

周穆王 周穆王 zhou1 mu4 wang2
King Mu, fifth king of Zhou, said to have lived to 105 and reigned 976-922 BC or 1001-947 BC, rich in associated mythology

周王朝 周王朝 zhou1 wang2 chao2
the Zhou dynasty from 1027 BC

周文王 周文王 zhou1 wen2 wang2
King Wen of Zhou state (c. 1152-1056 BC), reigned c. 1099-1056 BC as king of Zhou state, leading figure in building the subsequent Western Zhou dynasty, father of King Wu of Zhou 周武王 the first Zhou dynasty king

周武王 周武王 zhou1 wu3 wang2
King Wu of Zhou (-1043), personal name Ji Fa 姬發|姬发, reigned 1046-1043 BC as first king of Western Zhou dynasty 1046-1043 BC

周武王姬发 周武王姬發 zhou1 wu3 wang2 ji1 fa1
King Wu of Zhou, personal name Ji Fa, reigned 1046-1043 BC as first king of Western Zhou dynasty 西周 1046-771 BC

周宣王 周宣王 zhou1 xuan1 wang2
King Xuan, eleventh King of Zhou, reigned (828-782 BC)

周幽王 周幽王 zhou1 you1 wang2
King You of Zhou (795-771 BC), last king of Western Zhou 西周

转轮王 轉輪王 zhuan3 lun2 wang2
Chakravarti raja (Sanskrit: King of Kings); emperor in Hindu mythology

转轮圣王 轉輪聖王 zhuan4 lun2 sheng4 wang2
Chakravarti raja (Sanskrit: King of Kings); emperor in Hindu mythology

自由王国 自由王國 zi4 you2 wang2 guo2
realm of freedom (philosophy)

钻石王老五 鑽石王老五 zuan4 shi2 wang2 lao3 wu3
highly eligible bachelor; desirable male partner