dou4
surname Dou

dou4
hole; aperture; (anatomy) cavity; sinus

strokes 13
radical
strokes after radical 8
鼻窦 鼻竇 bi2 dou4
paranasal sinus

鼻窦炎 鼻竇炎 bi2 dou4 yan2
sinusitis

鼻旁窦 鼻旁竇 bi2 pang2 dou4
paranasal sinus

筚门闺窦 篳門閨竇 bi4 men2 gui1 dou4
wicker door, hole window (idiom); fig. wretched hovel; living in poverty

荜门圭窦 蓽門圭竇 bi4 men2 gui1 dou4
wicker door, hole window (idiom); fig. wretched hovel; living in poverty

闭门塞窦 閉門塞竇 bi4 men2 se4 dou4
to close doors and block openings (idiom); mounting a strict defense

蝶窦 蝶竇 die2 dou4
sphenoidal sinus

窦道 竇道 dou4 dao4
subterranean passage; (medicine) sinus

窦娥冤 竇娥冤 dou4 e2 yuan1
The Injustice to Dou E (popular drama by 關漢卿|关汉卿)

窦窖 竇窖 dou4 jiao4
cellar; crypt

额窦 額竇 e2 dou4
frontal sinus

冯窦伯 馮竇伯 feng2 dou4 bo2
Feng Doubo or Feng Wu (1672-), calligrapher of the Ming-Qing transition; also called 馮武|冯武

狗窦 狗竇 gou3 dou4
dog hole; gap caused by missing teeth; fig. den of thieves

狗窦大开 狗竇大開 gou3 dou4 da4 kai1
dog hole wide open (idiom); fig. gap caused by missing teeth (used mockingly)

利玛窦 利瑪竇 li4 ma3 dou4
Matteo Ricci (1552-1610), Jesuit missionary and translator in Ming China

利马窦 利馬竇 li4 ma3 dou4
Matteo Ricci (1552-1610), Jesuit missionary and translator in Ming China; erroneous spelling of 利瑪竇|利玛窦

玛窦 瑪竇 ma3 dou4
Matthew; St Matthew the evangelist; less common variant of 馬太|马太 (preferred by the Catholic church)

玛窦福音 瑪竇福音 ma3 dou4 fu2 yin1
Gospel according to St Matthew

情窦初开 情竇初開 qing2 dou4 chu1 kai1
first awakening of love (usually of a girl) (idiom)

乳突窦 乳突竇 ru3 tu1 dou4
mastoid antrum (bones at the back of tympanic chamber)

疑窦 疑竇 yi2 dou4
(literary) doubts; suspicions; cause for suspicion