soft leather

surname Wei

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阿昔洛韦 阿昔洛韋 a1 xi1 luo4 wei2
aciclovir (also spelled acyclovir), antiviral drug

布衣韦带 布衣韋帶 bu4 yi1 wei2 dai4
in hemp cloth and with a leather belt; poorly dressed

查韦斯 查韋斯 cha2 wei2 si1
Chavez, Spanish name

基拉韦厄 基拉韋厄 ji1 la1 wei2 e4
Kilauea, Hawaii, the world's most active volcano

津巴布韦 津巴布韋 jin1 ba1 bu4 wei2

吕不韦 呂不韋 lv3 bu4 wei2
Lü Buwei (?291-235 BC), merchant and politician of the State of Qin 秦國|秦国, subsequent Qin Dynasty 秦代 Chancellor, allegedly the father of Ying Zheng 嬴政, who subsequently became the first emperor Qin Shihuang 秦始皇

麦克斯韦 麥克斯韋 mai4 ke4 si1 wei2
Maxwell (name); James Clerk Maxwell (1831-1879), Scottish physicist and mathematician, the originator of Maxwell's laws of electromagnetism and electromagnetic waves

梅德韦杰夫 梅德韋傑夫 mei2 de2 wei2 jie2 fu1
Medvedyev (name); Dmitry Anatolyevich Medvedev (1965-), Russian lawyer and politician, President of Russian Federation from 2008

梅里亚姆·韦伯斯特 梅里亞姆·韋伯斯特 mei2 li3 ya4 mu3 - wei2 bo2 si1 te4
Merriam-Webster (dictionary)

莫哈韦沙漠 莫哈韋沙漠 mo4 ha1 wei2 sha1 mo4
Mojave Desert, southwestern USA

热尔韦 熱爾韋 re4 er3 wei2
Gervais (name); Paul Gervais (1816-1879), French geologist

塞韦里诺 塞韋里諾 sai4 wei2 li3 nuo4
(Jean-Michel) Severino, CEO of the Agence Française de Développement (AFD)

韦编三绝 韋編三絕 wei2 bian1 san1 jue2
lit. the leather binding (of the bamboo scroll) has broken three times; fig. to study diligently

韦伯 韋伯 wei2 bo2
Webb, Webber or Weber (name)

韦伯 韋伯 wei2 bo2
weber (unit of magnetic flux, Wb)

韦达 韋達 wei2 da2
François Viète (1540-1603), French mathematician, father of modern algebraic notation

韦德 韋德 wei2 de2
Wade (name); Sir Thomas Francis Wade (1818-1895), sinologist 威妥瑪|威妥玛

韦尔弗雷兹 韋爾弗雷茲 wei2 er3 fu2 lei2 zi1
(George) Wehrfritz (Beijing bureau chief of Newsweek)

韦尔瓦 韋爾瓦 wei2 er3 wa3
Huelva, Spain

韦格纳 韋格納 wei2 ge2 na4
Alfred Wegener (1880-1930), German meteorologist and geophysicist, the originator of the theory of continental drift; also written 魏格納|魏格纳

韦科 韋科 wei2 ke1

韦利 韋利 wei2 li4
Waley or Whaley (name); Arthur Waley (1889-1966), pioneer British sinologist

韦慕庭 韋慕庭 wei2 mu4 ting2
Clarence Martin Wilbur (1908-1997), US Sinologist and Professor of Columbia University

韦氏拼法 韋氏拼法 wei2 shi4 pin1 fa3
Wade-Giles system (romanization of Chinese)

韦氏鹟莺 韋氏鶲鶯 wei2 shi4 weng1 ying1
(bird species of China) Whistler's warbler (Seicercus whistleri)

韦斯卡 韋斯卡 wei2 si1 ka3
Uesca or Huesca, Spain

韦驮菩萨 韋馱菩薩 wei2 tuo2 pu2 sa4
Skanda, the general or guardian Bodhisattva

韦瓦第 韋瓦第 wei2 wa3 di4
Vivaldi (name); Antonio Vivaldi (1675-1741), Italian composer

韦应物 韋應物 wei2 ying4 wu4
Wei Yinwu (737-792), Tang dynasty poet