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        xiàn, [縣], county
        xuán, [懸], to hang or suspend/to worry/public announcement/unresolved/baseless/without foun...
        bìn, [鬢], temples/hair on the temples
        liè, bristles/mane
        rán, [髥], old variant of 髯[rán], beard/whiskers
        sì, four (banker's anti-fraud numeral)/unrestrained/wanton/(literary) shop
        zī, mustache
        
        jì, hair rolled up in a bun, topknot
        zōng, [騣]/[鬉], variant of 鬃[zōng], bristles/horse's mane, disheveled hair/horse's mane
        biāo, hair/shaggy
        kūn, variant of 髡[kūn]
        kūn, scalping/to make the head bald (as corporal punishment)
        dí, old variant of 鬄[dí]
        fǎng, seemingly
        máo, bang (hair)/fashionable/mane
        dàn, long hair
        kūn, old variant of 髡[kūn]
        bìn, old variant of 鬢|鬓[bìn]
        fà, Japanese variant of 髮|发
        tiáo, tufts of hair on children
        pì, a wig
        máo, bang (hair)/fashionable/mane
        xiū, red lacquer/to lacquer
        kuò, hair rolled up in a bun
        zhuā, dress the hair
        shāo, tail of a comet/long hair
        lì, bald/scabby
        dí/tì, wig/Taiwan pr. [tì], old variant of 剃[tì]
        péng, disheveled
        quán, to curl/curled
        jiān, to hang down (hair)
        là, bald/scabby
        jiū, bun (of hair)
        qí, dorsal fins/horse's mane
        lián, hanging temple hair
        zhěn, bushy black hair
        sān, wild hair
        màn, head ornaments/pretty hair
        mán, (of woman's hair) beautiful/flower garland worn as an ornament
        sēng, short hair/unkempt
        huán, a knot of hair on top of head
        kuài, to make a top knot
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
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