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穿         chuān, to bore through/to pierce/to perforate/to penetrate/to pass through/to dress/to ...
        kōng/kòng, empty/air/sky/in vain, to empty/vacant/unoccupied/space/leisure/free time
        wā, to dig/to excavate/to scoop out
        kòng, to control/to accuse/to charge/to sue/to invert a container to empty it/(suffix)...
        chuāng, [牎]/[牕]/[窓]/[窻], old variant of 窗[chuāng], variant of 窗[chuāng], variant of 窗[chuāng], shutter/wi...
        wō, [窩], nest/pit or hollow on the human body/lair/den/place/to harbor or shelter/to hold...
        qióng, [窮], exhausted/poor
        qiè, [竊], to steal/secretly/(humble) I
        zhà, [搾], variant of 榨[zhà]/to press/to extract (juice), to press/to extract (juice)/devic...
        cuàn, [竄], to flee/to scuttle/to exile or banish/to amend or edit
        qiāng, cavity of body/barrel (e.g. engine cylinder)/compartment/tune/accent of speech
        tū, to dash/to move forward quickly/to bulge/to protrude/to break through/to rush ou...
        zhǎi, narrow/narrow-minded/badly off
        xué, cave/cavity/hole/acupuncture point/Taiwan pr. [xuè]
        kū, cave/hole
        qiào, [竅], hole/opening/orifice (of the human body)/(fig.) key (to the solution of a proble...
        jiū, after all/to investigate/to study carefully/Taiwan pr. [jiù]
        lián, [簾], flag used as a shop sign/variant of 簾|帘[lián], hanging screen or curtain
        Dòu/dòu, [竇], surname Dou, hole/aperture/(anatomy) cavity/sinus
        kuī, [窺]/[闚], to peep/to pry into, variant of 窺|窥[kuī]
        bī, cunt (vulgar)
蹿         cuān, [躥], to leap up
        yáo, [窯]/[窰], kiln/oven, variant of 窯|窑[yáo]
        jiào, cellar
        
        qióng, vault/dome/the sky
        jiǒng, distressed/embarrassed
窿         lóng, cavity/hole
        zhì, to obstruct/to stop up
        qiāng, (wooden mus. instr.)
        xūn/yìn, to scent tea with flowers/variant of 熏[xūn], cellar
        
        kē, nest
        
        
        kōng/kǒng, ignorant/blank-minded, urgent/pressed
        kōng, name of a mountain
        kōng, simple-minded/sincere
        wā/wǎ/wà, to clutch/to grab/to capture, to crawl/to climb/scoop up, to pull/to drag
        cuān, [攛], rush/stir up/throw/fling/hurry/rage
        Zhào, name invented for herself by Tang empress Wu Zetian 武則天|武则天[Wǔ Zé tiān]
        sōng, old variant of 松[sōng]
        wā, variant of 窪|洼[wā]
        hōng/kòng, angry appearance (archaic), see 焢肉[kòng ròu]
        chuān, (jade)
        wā, to dig/to scoop out
        xī, tomb
        zhūn, to bury
        láo, variant of 牢[láo]
        yǎo, sunken eyes/deep and hollow/remote and obscure/variant of 杳[yǎo]
        biǎn, to put a coffin in the grave
        yǎo, deep/quiet and elegant/variant of 杳[yǎo]
        wā, lowland swamp
        zhú, in a hole
        jiào, cellar
        diào, [窵], (literary) distant/deep/profound
        yǎo, dark/deep/southeast corner of room
        tiǎo, quiet and secluded/gentle, graceful, and elegant
        dàn, pit/cave
        sù, rush out of a den/rustling
        yú, hole in a wall
        jù, [窶], poor/rustic
        yǔ, bad/useless/weak
        tián, fill in
        xī, disturbing noises
        cuàn/kuǎn, to conceal/to hide, crack/hollow/cavity/to excavate or hollow out/(onom.) water ...
        cuì, dig a hole
        zào, old variant of 灶[zào]
        kōng, ancient harp/cf 箜篌, Chinese harp
        zhì, vagina
        zhà, press for extracting wine
        kòng, bridle/reins
        yù, Falce aesalon
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        

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