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        bēiāi, grieved/sorrowful
        āidào, to grieve over sb's death/to lament sb's death/mourning
        āishāng, [哀傷], grief/distress/bereavement/grieved/heart-broken/dejected
        Āi/āi, Ai (c. 2000 BC), sixth of legendary Flame Emperors 炎帝[Yán dì] descended from She...
        āiqiú, to entreat/to implore/to plead
        mòāi, to observe a moment of silence in tribute
        zhìāi, to express grief/to mourn
        āiháo, [哀號], to cry piteously/anguished wailing/same as 哀嚎
        xǐnùāilè, [喜怒哀樂], four types of human emotions, namely: happiness 歡喜|欢喜[huān xǐ], anger 憤怒|愤怒[fèn ...
        āiháo, to howl in grief/anguished wailing/same as 哀号
        āisī, grief-stricken thoughts/mourning
        āiyuàn, grief/resentment/aggrieved/plaintive
        āitàn, [哀嘆], to sigh/to lament/to bewail
        āichóu, sorrow/sadness/distressed/sorrowful
        āitòng, to grieve/to mourn/deep sorrow/grief
        āimíng, [哀鳴], plaintive whine/wail
        Mòlǐāi, Molière (1622-1673), French playwright and actor, master of comedy
        āiqì, to wail
        āilián, [哀憐], to feel compassion for/to pity on/to feel sorry for
        āiyuè, [哀樂], funeral music/plaint/dirge
        āiwǎn, melancholy/sad and moving
        āigē, mournful song/dirge/elegy
        qǐāigàolián, [乞哀告憐], begging for pity and asking for help (idiom)
        qīāi, [悽哀], desolate/mournful
        kěāi, miserably
        wūhūāizāi, [嗚呼哀哉], alas/all is lost
        āishāngde, [哀傷地], pathetically
        āibīngbìshèng, [哀兵必勝], an army burning with righteous indignation is bound to win (idiom)
        āiquàn, [哀勸], to persuade by all possible means/to implore
        āiqǐ, [哀啟], obituary (archaic term)
        āigào, to beg piteously/to supplicate
        āigàobīnfú, [哀告賓服], to bring tribute as sign of submission (idiom); to submit
        āikū, to weep in sorrow
齿         āikūqièchǐ, [哀哭切齒], weeping and gnashing one's teeth (idiom)
        āishī, bereavement
        āizǐ, son orphaned of his mother
        āijiā, I, me (self-referring by a widowed empress etc, used in historical novels and op...
        āitòng, [哀慟], to be deeply grieved
        āimǐn, [哀憫], to take pity on/to feel sorry for
        āiqī, sorrow/grief
        ĀiJiāngnánfù, [哀江南賦], Lament for the South, long poem in Fu style by Yu Xin 庾信 mourning the passing of...
        āidìměidūnshū, [哀的美敦書], ultimatum (loanword)
        āijīn, to take pity on/to feel sorry for
        āiérbùshāng, [哀而不傷], deeply felt but not mawkish (idiom)
        āiyàn, [哀艷], plaintive and beautiful/melancholy but gorgeous
        āiróng, [哀榮], funeral pomp
        āimòdàyúxīnsǐ, [哀莫大於心死], nothing sadder than a withered heart (idiom attributed to Confucius by Zhuangzi ...
        āicí, [哀詞], variant of 哀辭|哀辞[āi cí]
        āicí, [哀辭], dirge/lament
鸿         āihóngbiànyě, [哀鴻遍野], lit. plaintive whine of geese (idiom); fig. land swarming with disaster victims/...
        TángĀidì, Emperor Aidi of Tang, reign name of twenty-first and last Tang emperor Li Zhu 李祝...
        zhìāi, [誌哀], to pay respects to the dead/to mark sb's passing
        shēngróngsǐāi, [生榮死哀], to be respected in life and lamented in death (idiom)
        Yēlìmǐāigē, the Lamentations of Jeremiah
        fùāi, Abdominal Lament/acupuncture point SP 16
        jiéāishùnbiàn, [節哀順變], restrain your grief, accept fate (condolence phrase)
        kǔkǔāiqiú, to entreat piteously/to implore

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