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        yǒnggǎn, brave/courageous
        yǒngqì, [勇氣], courage/valor
        yǒngshì, a warrior/a brave person
        yīngyǒng, bravery/gallant/valiant
        yǒng, brave
        yǒngměng, bold and powerful/brave and fierce
        yǒngwǎngzhíqián, to advance bravely
        yǒngyú, [勇於], to dare to/to be brave enough to
        zìgàofènyǒng, [自告奮勇], to volunteer for/to offer to undertake
        fènyǒng, [奮勇], dauntless/to summon up courage and determination/using extreme force of will
        jiànyìyǒngwéi, [見義勇為], to see what is right and act courageously (idiom, from Analects); to stand up br...
        sǎnbīngyóuyǒng, [散兵遊勇], lit. straggling and disbanded soldiers (idiom); fig. disorganized uncoordinated ...
        yìyǒngjūn, [義勇軍], volunteer army
        yǒngwǔ, brave
        zhōngyǒng, loyal and brave
        yìyǒng, [義勇], courageous/righteous and courageous
        YìyǒngjūnJìnxíngqǔ, [義勇軍進行曲], March of the Volunteer Army (PRC National Anthem)
        yúyǒngkěgǔ, [餘勇可賈], lit. spare valor for sale (idiom); fig. after former successes, still ready for ...
        yǒngjué, [勇決], decisive/brave
        yǒnglì, courage and strength
        yǒnghàn, brave
        yǒnglüè, brave and cunning
        dàyǒngruòqiè, a great hero may appear timid (idiom); the really brave person remains level-hea...
        dàyǒngruòqiè,dàzhìruòyú, a great hero may appear timid, the wise may appear stupid (idiom); the general p...
        hànyǒng, intrepid/valiant/dauntless
        yǒuyǒngwúmóu, [有勇無謀], bold but not very astute (idiom)
        LǐMǐnyǒng, Li Minyong (1947-), Taiwanese poet
        Xiāngyǒng, Hunan army, irregular force formed in 1850s to fight the Taiping heavenly kingdo...
        BáiXiānyǒng, Bai Xianyong (1937-), Chinese-Taiwanese-US novelist of Hui descent
        yīngyǒngxīshēng, [英勇犧牲], to heroically sacrifice one's life
        RuǎnJìnyǒng, [阮晉勇], Nguyễn Tấn Dũng (1949-), prime minister of Vietnam (2006-)
        xiāoyǒngshànzhàn, [驍勇善戰], to be brave and good at fighting (idiom)
        gǔqǐyǒngqì, [鼓起勇氣], to take courage

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