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        gòu, [夠], enough (sufficient)/enough (too much)/(coll.) (before adj.) really/(coll.) to re...
        gǒu, dog/CL:隻|只[zhī],條|条[tiáo]
        gōu/jù, variant of 勾[gōu], sentence/clause/phrase/classifier for phrases or lines of ver...
        jǐng, to alert/to warn/police
        jìng, to respect/to venerate/to salute/to offer
        Gǒu/gǒu, surname Gou, if/supposing/careless/negligent/temporarily
        jǐng, to warn/to admonish
        gōu/gǒu/jǔ, bent/crooked, Chinese wolfberry (Lycium chinense), Citrus medica
        jū, [駒], colt
        qíng, to raise (hand)
        jū, to capture/to restrain/to constrain/to adhere rigidly to/inflexible
        gōu/kòu, see 佝僂|佝偻[gōu lóu], see 佝瞀[kòu mào]
        jí, urgent
        qú, labor
        xū, breathe on/yawn/roar
        xǔ, to breathe upon
        xǔ, chatter like old woman/cheerful
        gǒu, name of a hill in Hunan
        xù, variant of 煦[xù]/balmy/nicely warm/cozy
        Qú, surname Qu
        qíng, instrument for straightening bows
        xū, (literary) to blow or breathe upon/happy
        Jū, (the name of a river to the east of Beijing)/Taiwan pr. [Jù]
        xù, balmy/nicely warm/cozy/Taiwan pr. [xǔ]
        jǐng, (gem)
        gǒu, basket for trapping fish
        gǒu, wrinkled face of the elderly
        gǒu, old variant of 耇[gǒu]
        qú, yoke
        hòu, grunting of pigs
        qú, ends of yoke
        gòu, crowing of pheasant
        qú, [鴝], (bound form, used in the names of birds of various biological families)
        qú, see 鼩鼱[qú jīng]
        hōu, to snore/thirsty from excessively salty or sweet food/(dialect) very/extremely

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