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[石炭紀] Shítànjì Carboniferous (geological period 354-292m years ago)

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        shítou, [石頭], stone/CL:塊|块[kuài]
        zuànshí, [鑽石], diamond/CL:顆|颗[kē]
        Shí/dàn/shí, surname Shi, dry measure for grain equal to ten dou 斗/ten pecks/one hundred lite...
        shíyóu, oil/petroleum
        yánshí, rock
        bǎoshí, [寶石], precious stone/gem/CL:枚[méi],顆|颗[kē]
        yǔnshí, [隕石], meteorite/aerolite/CL:塊|块[kuài],顆|颗[kē]
        dàlǐshí, marble
        shígāo, gypsum CàSO·2(HO)/plaster/plaster cast (for a broken bone)
        shuǐluòshíchū, As the water recedes, the rocks appear (idiom); the truth comes to light/When fa...
        hóngbǎoshí, [紅寶石], ruby
        Shímián/shímián, Shimian County in Ya'an 雅安[Yǎ ān], Sichuan, asbestos
        shíkuài, [石塊], stone/rock
        tiěshíxīncháng, [鐵石心腸], to have a heart of stone/hard-hearted/unfeeling
        shíbǎn, slab/flagstone/slate
        bànjiǎoshí, [絆腳石], stumbling block/obstacle/someone who gets in your way
        kuàngshí, [礦石], ore
        jiāoshí, reef
        jīshí, cornerstone
        huàshí, fossil
        shíguān, sarcophagus
        shíqì, stone tool/stone implement
        suìshí, crushed or broken rock, stone etc
        shíbēi, stele/stone tablet (for inscription)/CL:方[fāng]
        
        jùshí, giant stone
        shíliu, pomegranate
        luòjǐngxiàshí, to throw stones at sb who fell down a well (idiom); to hit a person who is down
        lánbǎoshí, [藍寶石], sapphire
        shíhuà, to petrify/petrochemical industry
        huǒshí, flint (stone)
        
        cǎishíchǎng, [採石場], stone pit/quarry
        císhí, magnet
        
        
        
        shíhuī, lime (calcium oxide)
        dǎhuǒshí, flint
        
        éluǎnshí, [鵝卵石], pebble/cobblestone
        diǎnshíchéngjīn, [點石成金], to touch base matter and turn it to gold (idiom); fig. to turn crude writing int...
        yùshí, precious stones/jade and stone
        níshíliú, landslide/torrent of mud and stones/mudslide
        shènjiéshí, [腎結石], kidney stone
        diànjiǎoshí, [墊腳石], stepping stone/fig. person used to advance one's career
        
        
        shíxiàng, stone statue
        shíyīng, quartz
        Pánshí/pánshí, Panshi county level city in Jilin prefecture 吉林, Jilin province, boulder
        
        suìshí, flint
        shíhuīshí, limestone
        lìshí, [礫石], gravel/pebbles
        
        
        
        
        
        
        shíjiàng, stonemason
绿         lǜbǎoshí, [綠寶石], beryl
        luǎnshí, cobble/pebble
        shāshí, sandstone/sand and stone/aggregate
        xītiěshí, [吸鐵石], a magnet/same as 磁鐵|磁铁
        
        
        Shíchéng, Shicheng county in Ganzhou 贛州|赣州, Jiangxi
        ShíGǎng, [石崗], Shek Kong (area in Hong Kong)
        shímò, black lead/graphite/plumbago
        
        
        Huángshí, [黃石], Huangshi prefecture level city in Hubei
        
        
        
        jùshízhèn, [巨石陣], giant stone arrangement/Stonehenge
        shílà, [石蠟], paraffin wax
        hǎikūshílàn, [海枯石爛], lit. when the seas run dry and the stones go soft (idiom)/fig. forever/until the...
        
        
        
        
        diànjīshí, a foundation stone/a cornerstone
        
        
        guīshí, siliceous rock
        
        
        shíruǐ, reindeer moss/litmus (chemistry)
        jīngāngshí, [金剛石], diamond/also called 鑽石|钻石[zuàn shí]
        Xīnshíqì, Neolithic
        
        huāgāngshí, [花崗石], granite
        
        shíjiē, [石階], stone step
        
        dǎnjiéshí, [膽結石], gallstone
        
        
        
        tóushíwènlù, [投石問路], lit. to toss a stone to find out what's ahead (idiom)/fig. to test the waters
        jīnshí, metal and stone/fig. hard objects/inscription on metal or bronze
        shídiāo, stone carving/carved sculpture
        módāoshí, whetstone (for honing knives)
        JiǎngJièshí, [蔣介石], Chiang Kai-shek (1887-1975), former Guomindang leader
        
        shísōng, [石鬆], Lycopodiopsida (club mosses)
        Shízhù/shízhù, Shizhu Tujia autonomous county, Chongqing, stela/upright stone/obelisk
        shígōng, stonemasonry/stonemason
        
        
绿         lǜsōngshí, [綠松石], turquoise (gemstone)
        
        luànshí, [亂石], rocks/stones/rubble/riprap
        
        
        chángshí, [長石], stone beam/horizontal slab of stone/feldspar or felspar (geology)
        
        jiéshí, [結石], calculus/stone
        huáshí, talc
        dànbáishí, opal
        
        shízhú, China pink/Dianthus chinensis (botany)
        shíhuīyán, limestone
        
        shāshí, sand and stones
        xiāoshí, niter/saltpeter/potassium nitrate KNǑ
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        shìjīnshí, [試金石], touchstone/fig. test that sth is genuine
        
        pánshí, [盤石], variant of 磐石[pán shí]
        
        
        shíbānyú, [石斑魚], grouper (Portuguese: garoupa)/also called 鮨/Epinephelinae (subfamily of Serranid...
        huóhuàshí, living fossil
        
        shuǐmóshí, terrazzo
        shēngshíhuī, calcium oxide CaO/quicklime
        shíkū, rock cave/grotto/cliff caves (often with Buddhist statues)
        
        
        fúshí, pumice
        
        
        
        shípòtiānjīng, [石破天驚], earth-shattering/breakthrough/remarkable and original work
        
        
        yíngshí, [螢石], fluorite CáF/fluorspar/fluor
        tǔshíliú, debris flow/mudslide
        shéwénshí, [蛇紋石], serpentine (geology)
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        zhōngrǔshí, [鐘乳石], stalactite
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        Shítànjì, [石炭紀], Carboniferous (geological period 354-292m years ago)
        
        shúshígāo, plaster of Paris/calcined gypsum
        
        
        báiyúnshí, [白雲石], dolomite
穿         dīshuǐchuānshí, dripping water penetrates the stone (idiom); constant perseverance yields succes...
        
        
        
        
        shízhì, [石質], stony
        
        tiěkuàngshí, [鐵礦石], iron ore
        
        
        línhuīshí, apatite/phosphatic limestone
        
        zhěshí, ocher (pigment)
        
        
        
        huīshí, [輝石], pyroxene (family of rock-forming minerals)/augite
耀         
        
        
        shítànsuān, phenol C6HOH/same as 苯酚
        
        shísǔn, [石筍], stalagmite
        Shíquán, Shiquan County in Ankang 安康[Ān kāng], Shaanxi
        
        
        shíkè, stone inscription/carved stone
        
        
        
        shínǚ, female suffering absence or atresia of vagina (as birth defect)
        
        Shímén, [石門], Shimen or Shihmen township in New Taipei City 新北市[Xīn běi shì], Taiwan
        
        shísuàn, red spider lily (Lycoris radiata)
西         
        
        shíchéndàhǎi, lit. to throw a stone and see it sink without trace in the sea (idiom)/fig. to e...
        

        tànjū, anthrax/bacillus
        tàn, wood charcoal/coal
        nítàn, peat
        méitàn, coal
        mùtàn, charcoal
        
        huóxìngtàn, activated carbon
        xuězhōngsòngtàn, lit. to send coal during snow (idiom); fig. timely help/to provide help when one...
        jiāotàn, coke (processed coal used in blast furnace)
        
        hēitàn, coal/charcoal/(of skin) darkly pigmented/charcoal (color)/bituminous coal (minin...
        
        
        shāotàn, [燒炭], to manufacture charcoal/to burn charcoal (often a reference to suicide by carbon...
        shēnglíngtútàn, [生靈塗炭], people are in a terrible situation (idiom)
        Shítànjì, [石炭紀], Carboniferous (geological period 354-292m years ago)
        HuǒTàn/huǒtàn, Fo Tan (area in Hong Kong), live coal/ember/burning coals
        
        shítànsuān, phenol C6HOH/same as 苯酚

        niánjì, [年紀], age/CL:把[bǎ],個|个[gè]
        shìjì, [世紀], century/CL:個|个[gè]
        jīngjìrén, [經紀人], broker/middleman/agent/manager
        jìniàn, [紀念], to commemorate/to remember/CL:個|个[gè]
        jìlù, [紀錄], variant of 記錄|记录[jì lù]
        jìniànrì, [紀念日], day of commemoration/memorial day
        Jǐ/jì, [紀], surname Ji/also pr. [Jì], discipline/age/era/period/order/record
        jìniànpǐn, [紀念品], souvenir
        jìlǜ, [紀律], discipline
        jīngjì, [經紀], to manage (a business)/manager/broker
        zhōngshìjì, [中世紀], medieval/Middle Ages
        jìniànbēi, [紀念碑], monument
        jìlùpiàn, [紀錄片], newsreel/documentary (film or TV program)/CL:部[bù]
        
        jìniànguǎn, [紀念館], memorial hall/commemorative museum
        
        
        
        
        
        
        jìshí, [紀實], record of actual events/documentary (factual rather than fictional)
        
        Xīnjìyuán/xīnjìyuán, [新紀元], New Age (movement), new era/new epoch
        
        jìniàntáng, [紀念堂], memorial hall/mausoleum
        Zhūluójì, [侏羅紀], Jurassic (geological period 205-140m years ago)
        
        
        Báièjì, [白堊紀], Cretaceous (geological period 140-65m years ago)
        wéijì, [違紀], lack of discipline/to break a rule/to violate discipline/to breach a principle
        chuàngjìlù, [創紀錄], record-breaking
        
        
        jìniànzhāng, [紀念章], memorial badge/souvenir badge/CL:枚[méi]
        
        
        jìyuán, [紀元], beginning of an era
        
        
        
        
        shìjìmò, [世紀末], end of the century
        
        
        mùwúfǎjì, [目無法紀], with no regard for law or discipline (idiom); flouting the law and disregarding ...
        jìniànyóupiào, [紀念郵票], commemorative postage stamp
        wéifǎluànjì, [違法亂紀], to violate discipline
        
        
        
        
        jìniànjiǎng, [紀念獎], trophy
        
        fǎjì, [法紀], law and order/rules and discipline
        
        
        jìnián, [紀年], to number the years/calendar era/annals/chronicle
        
        jìyào, [紀要], minutes/written summary of a meeting
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        jìjiǎn, [紀檢], disciplinary inspection/to inspect another's discipline
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        Shítànjì, [石炭紀], Carboniferous (geological period 354-292m years ago)
        
        
        Hánwǔjì, [寒武紀], Cambrian geological period (545-495m years ago)
        
        Jìbólún, [紀伯倫], Khalil Gibran (1883-1931), Lebanese poet, writer and artist
        xīnshìjì, [新世紀], 21st century/New Century (commonly used name)
        

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