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        língchén, very early in the morning/in the wee hours
        bīngjīlíng, ice cream
        Líng/líng, surname Ling, to approach/to rise high/thick ice/to insult or maltreat
        língjià, [凌駕], to be above/to place above
        qīlíng, to bully and humiliate
        língluàn, [凌亂], messy/disarrayed/disheveled/chaos
        língrǔ, to insult
        Língyún, [凌雲], Lingyun county in Baise 百色[Bǎi sè], Guangxi
        shèngqìlíngrén, [盛氣凌人], overbearing/arrogant bully
        língkōng, be high up in the sky
        língchí, [凌遲], the lingering death/the death of a thousand cuts (old form of capital punishment...
        Língzhì, Lexus/see also 雷克薩斯|雷克萨斯[Léi kè sà sī]
        yǐqiánglíngruò, [以強凌弱], there is no honor in the strong bullying the weak (idiom)
        bīnglíng, icicle
        língluànbùkān, [凌亂不堪], in a terrible mess (idiom)
        Língyúnxiàn, [凌雲縣], Lingyun county in Baise 百色[Bǎi sè], Guangxi
        língyí, to deteriorate/to decline/to slump/also written 陵夷
        LíngZhìměi, Laura Ling, US-Taiwanese woman journalist imprisoned as spy by North Korea in 20...
        língzá, [凌雜], in disorder
        língzámǐyán, [凌雜米鹽], disordered and fragmentary
        língxùn, ice-jam flood (arising when river downstream freezes more than upstream)
        Línghé, Linghe district of Jinzhou city 錦州市|锦州市, Liaoning
        Línghéqū, [凌河區], Linghe district of Jinzhou city 錦州市|锦州市, Liaoning
        língbōwǔ, limbo (dance) (loanword)
        Línghǎi, Linghai county level city in Jinzhou 錦州|锦州, Liaoning
        Línghǎishì, Linghai county level city in Jinzhou 錦州|锦州, Liaoning
        Língyuán, Lingyuan county level city in Chaoyang 朝陽|朝阳, Liaoning
        Língyuánshì, Lingyuan county level city in Chaoyang 朝陽|朝阳, Liaoning
        LíngMéngchū, [凌濛初], Ling Mengchu (1580-1644), Ming dynasty novelist and dramatist/also written 凌蒙初, ...
        língnüè, [淩虐], to maltreat/to tyrannize
        língxiāohuā, Chinese trumpet vine (Campsis grandiflora)
        qìshìlíngrén, [氣勢凌人], arrogant and overbearing
        WángXīnlíng, stage name of Cyndi Wang/see 王君如[Wáng Jūn rú]
        wéiqiánglíngruò, [違強凌弱], to avoid the strong and attack the weak (idiom); to bully/also written 違強陵弱|违强陵弱
        bàlíng, bullying (loanword)

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