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        Jīn/jīn, surname Jin/surname Kim (Korean)/Jurchen Jin dynasty (1115-1234), gold/chemical ...
        jiàn, [鋻]/[鍳]/[鑑]/[鑒], variant of 鑑|鉴[jiàn], old variant of 鑒|鉴[jiàn], example/mirror/to view/reflectio...
        xiù, variant of 銹|锈, to corrode/to rust
        zūn, butt end of spear
        ào, griddle/tava
        jìn/yín, to stutter/to shut one's mouth/Taiwan pr. [yín], variant of 崟[yín]
        yín, high/rugged mountains/steep
        yín, variant of 崟[yín]
        gàn, name of a river
        yíng, [鎣], polish
        fǔ, old variant of 釜[fǔ]
        nǎi, (old) neodymium/neptunium (chemistry)
        yú, an alms bowl/a small bell
        hàn, to solder/weld by heat
        gāng, hanging bowl for lamp or fish
        dì, fetters/to fetter
        xì, (arch.) metal horn attached as shield to horse or to the axle of a chariot
        xì, silicon
        yán, old variant of 沿[yán]
        fū, axe/flerovium (chemistry)
        xīn, cadolinium
        jué, to pierce, to stab/to take
        rì, archaic translation of element germanium Gě2 鍺|锗[zhě]
        Duó/duó, surname Duo, Japanese variant of 鐸|铎, large ancient bell
        tiě, old variant of 鐵|铁[tiě]/old variant of 紩[zhì]
        zhēn, treasure
        zhāo, sickle
        hé, small bell
        chú, hoe
        lì, a kind of eating utensil/(old) (Italian) lira (loanword)/livermorium (chemistry)
        yāng, (onom.) ring/tinkle
        shù, acmite
        mǔ, see 鈷鉧|钴鉧[gǔ mǔ]
        xǐ, variant of 璽|玺 ruler's seal
        kuàng, Japanese variant of 礦|矿
        kǎ, (chemistry) cadmium (old)/(Tw) californium
        běi, berkelium (chemistry) (Tw)
        xíng, soup cauldron/(arch.) sacrificial tripod with two handles and a lid/variant of 硎...
        bǐng, plate
        móu, spear
        qiōng, eye of an axe
        tiě, old variant of 鐵|铁[tiě]
        jūn, old variant of 鈞|钧[jūn]
        mǐ, formerly used for the chemical elements americium 鎇|镅[méi] and osmium 鋨|锇[é]
        guāng, point of a sword
        qián, Japanese variant of 錢|钱
        luán, [鑾], imperial
        āi, meaning of character is unclear, and no known compounds
        kēng, old variant of 鏗|铿[kēng]
        qiú, single-headed pick/stone chisel
        méi, lock/metal dog collar
        yún, gold
        wù, -plated/to plate
        yù, a poker/brass filings/to file
        bó, old term for beryllium, now written 鈹|铍[pí]/variant of 鈸|钹[bó], cymbals
        hóng, utensil/implement
        cuān, to engrave or carve, as a block for printing
        zhì, to engrave/to record
        wú, to plaster/trowel
        hán, to hold/to contain
        ruì, Japanese variant of 銳|锐
        zhù, Japanese variant of 鑄|铸
        chǎng, sharp/a keen edge/sharp point
        wǎn, variant of 碗[wǎn]
        lún, (metal)/roentgenium (chemistry)
        pī, flat arrow-head/plow blade/also pr. [pí]
        tà, to encase the end with metal
        chún, copper drum
        qí, hoe
        liàn, Japanese variant of 煉|炼[liàn]
        lù, Japanese variant of 錄|录[lù]
        lù, rhodium (chemistry) (old)
        huā, holmium (chemistry) (old)
        nài, neptunium (chemistry) (Tw)
        zàn, [鏨], to engrave
        fǎ, francium (chemistry) (Tw)
        dī, spoon/key
        wéi, spade
        cōng, a headstall, ornament on a bridle
        móu, iron pot/metal cap
        hóu, metal arrowhead
        yè, thin plates of metal
        duān, (arch.) drinking goblet
        xuān, spade/hoe
        tà, thallium
        xiá, variant of 轄|辖, to govern/to control/having jurisdiction over/linchpin of a whee...
        suǒ, chain/wire
        liú, variant of 鎦|镏[liú]
        nòu, variant of 耨[nòu]
        wēng, shovel/spade/-onium (chemistry)
        bì, plowshare/barb, lancet
        huǎng, sound of a bell/small bell
        zhèn, variant of 鎮|镇[zhèn]/town
        láng, large hammer
        xí, strontium (obsolete, now 鍶|锶[sī])
        gē, copernicium (chemistry)
        juān, variant of 鐫|镌, to engrave (on wood or stone)/to inscribe
        róng, Japanese kokuji pr. kasugai/cramp/tie
        suǒ, old variant of 鎖|锁[suǒ]
        áo, violent fighting
        qì, battle-axe
        fēng, old variant of 鋒|锋[fēng]
        cōng, spear/to plunge (with spear)
        huì, three edged spear/(used in given names)
        lín, phosphonium
        sǎn, the trigger of a crossbow/crossbow
        héng, bell
        fán, vanadium
        jiǎn, variant of 鐧|锏[jiǎn]
        tiě, variant of 鐵|铁[tiě], iron
        suì, speculum
        huì, of flourishing appearance/sound of a bicycle bell
        jiàn, old variant of 劍|剑[jiàn]
        jù, (mus. instr.)
        dá, darmstadtium (chemistry)
        ài, ionium (chemistry)
        héng, (onom.) for sound of bell (arch.)
        xū, bolt of a Chinese lock
        Lǜ/lǜ, surname Lü, polishing tool
        lú, rutherfordium (chemistry)
        xīn, (used in names of people and shops, symbolizing prosperity)
        jiān, awl/sharp iron point
        xì, to engrave or carve, as a block for printing
        shǔ, metal

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