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        miànkǒng, face
        Kǒng/kǒng, surname Kong, hole/CL:個|个[gè]/classifier for cave dwellings
        tóngkǒng, pupil (of eye)
        bíkǒng, nostril/CL:隻|只[zhī]
        dànkǒng, [彈孔], bullet hole
        liǎnkǒng, [臉孔], face
        kǒngquè, peacock
        zuānkǒng, [鑽孔], to bore a hole/to drill/drilled hole
        zhēnkǒng, [針孔], pinhole
        máokǒng, pore
穿         chuānkǒng, to punch or bore a hole/to perforate/perforation
        qìkǒng, [氣孔], air-bubble/pore/stoma
        qiānchuāngbǎikǒng, [千瘡百孔], see 百孔千瘡|百孔千疮[bǎi kǒng qiān chuāng]
        Kǒngzǐ, Confucius (551-479 BC), Chinese thinker and social philosopher, also known as 孔夫...
        tōngqìkǒng, [通氣孔], an airvent/a louvre/airflow orifice
        suǒkǒng, [鎖孔], keyhole
        duōkǒng, porous
        kǒngmíngdēng, [孔明燈], sky lantern (miniature hot-air balloon used during festivals)
        chākǒng, jack/socket
        Kǒngdé, Auguste Comte (1798-1857), French philosopher
        kǒngjìng, [孔徑], diameter of hole
        kǒngxì, pore (geology)
绿         lǜkǒngquè, [綠孔雀], (bird species of China) green peafowl (Pavo muticus)
        yīkǒngzhījiàn, [一孔之見], partial view/limited outlook
        yībíkǒngchūqì, [一鼻孔出氣], lit. to breathe through the same nostril (idiom); fig. two people say exactly th...
        qīkǒng, the seven apertures of the human head: 2 eyes, 2 ears, 2 nostrils, 1 mouth
        jiǔkǒng, abalone (Haliotis diversicolor)
        jiǔkǒngluó, see 九孔[jiǔ kǒng]
        ShíqīkǒngQiáo, [十七孔橋], Seventeen-Arch Bridge in the Summer Palace 頤和園|颐和园[Yí hé yuán], Beijing
        chuīkǒng, (of a musical instrument) blow hole
        yuánkǒng, [圓孔], round hole
        shèngxiánKǒngzǐniǎo, [聖賢孔子鳥], Confuciusornis sanctus (Jurassic fossil bird)
        jīkǒngkěnyǎrè, [基孔肯雅熱], chikungunya fever
        duōkǒngdòngwù, [多孔動物], Porifera (phylum of sponges)
        duōkǒngdòngwùmén, [多孔動物門], (zoology) phylum Porifera (sponges)
        duōkǒngxìng, porous/having many holes (e.g. filter gauze or sieve)
        KǒngQiū, Confucius
        Kǒngcóngzǐ, [孔叢子], the K'ung family Masters' anthology, collection of dialogues between Confucius a...
        kǒngdōng, [孔東], condom (loanword)/see 安全套[ān quán tào]
        KǒngYǐjǐ, Kong Yiji, protagonist of short story by Lu Xun 魯迅|鲁迅[Lǔ Xùn]
        Kǒngshèngrén, [孔聖人], the Sage Confucius
        Kǒngfūzǐ, Confucius (551-479 BC), Chinese thinker and social philosopher, also known as 孔子...
        KǒngzǐXuéyuàn, [孔子學院], Confucius Institute, organization established internationally by the PRC, promot...
        KǒngzǐJiāyǔ, [孔子家語], The School Sayings of Confucius, a supplement to the Analects/abbr. to 家語|家语[Jiā...
        KǒngMèng, Confucius and Mencius
        KǒngMèngzhīdào, the teaching of Confucius and Mencius
        KǒngShàngrèn, Kong Shangren (1648-1718), Qing dramatist and poet, author of The Peach Blossom ...
        Kǒngmiào, [孔廟], Confucian temple
        Kǒngjiào, Teaching of Confucius/Confucianism
        Kǒngsībèigé, [孔斯貝格], Kongsberg (city in Norway)
        Kǒngmíng, courtesy name of Zhuge Liang 諸葛亮|诸葛亮[Zhū gě Liàng]
        Kǒnglín, the Confucius family mausoleum at Qufu 曲阜, rebuilt and extended by every dynasty
        kǒngwǔ, (literary) valorous
        kǒngwǔyǒulì, courageous and strong (idiom)/Herculean (physique etc)
        kǒngbǎnyìnshuā, screen printing
        kǒngyǎn, hole (e.g. of sieve or colander)
        kǒngxué, aperture/hole/cavity
        KǒngRóng, Kong Rong (153-208), poet of the Three Kingdoms period
        KǒngRóngrànglí, [孔融讓梨], Kong Rong giving up pears, classic moral story about Kong Rong 孔融[Kǒng Róng] pic...
        kǒngdào, opening providing access/the teaching of Confucius
        Kǒngmén, [孔門], Confucius' school (i.e. his direct disciples)
        kǒngquènǚ, (Internet slang) spoiled city girl from a rich family
        Kǒngquèzuò, Pavo (constellation)
        KǒngquèHé, Peacock River in Xinjiang
        KǒngquèWángcháo, Maurya Dynasty of India (322-185 BC)
        KǒngYǐngdá, [孔穎達], Kong Yingda (574-648), Confucian scholar
        dǐqīyǒukǒngchóng, [底棲有孔蟲], benthic foraminifera
        wēikǒngmó, microporous membrane
        xīnkǒng, see 心竅|心窍[xīn qiào]
        dǎkǒngqì, hole puncher
        dǎkǒngzuàn, [打孔鑽], auger/drill
        kuòkǒng, [擴孔], to widen a tube/to ream (i.e. widen a hole)
        páiqìkǒng, [排氣孔], an air vent/a ventilation shaft
        páishuǐkǒng, plughole/drainage hole
        wúkǒngbùzuān, [無孔不鑽], lit. leave no hole undrilled (idiom); to latch on to every opportunity
        QūfùKǒngmiào, [曲阜孔廟], temple to Confucius in his hometown Qufu
        yǒukǒngchóng, [有孔蟲], foraminifera
        zhìkǒngshànbèi, [櫛孔扇貝], Farrer's scallop (Chlamys farreri), aka Chinese scallop
        tǒngkǒng, bunghole
        cáokǒng, slot/groove/slotted hole
        máoxìkǒng, [毛細孔], pore
        hànkǒng, sweat pore
        hànmáokǒng, sweat pore
        xièzhígāngkǒng, cloaca (of bird or reptile)
        dòngkǒng, hole
        Hǎinánkǒngquèzhì, (bird species of China) Hainan peacock-pheasant (Polyplectron katsumatae)
        yìliúkǒng, bleed hole/overflow pipe/spill vent
        huīkǒngquèzhì, (bird species of China) grey peacock-pheasant (Polyplectron bicalcaratum)
        bǎikǒngqiānchuāng, [百孔千瘡], heavily damaged/(fig.) full of holes/riddled with problems
        jiānshìkǒng, [監視孔], peephole
        jìKǒng, to offer sacrifices to Confucius
        wǎngkǒng, [網孔], mesh
        mókǒng, hole in the body of a musical instrument, covered with a membrane which produces...
        tōngfēngkǒng, [通風孔], air vent/louvre
        zhēnkǒngshèyǐngjī, [針孔攝影機], pinhole camera (for espionage, voyeurism etc)
        yàoshidòngkǒng, [鑰匙洞孔], keyhole
        máoliànkǒng, [錨鏈孔], hawsehole (small hole for anchor cable or hawser in the side of ship)
齿         chǐkǒng, [齒孔], perforations (on a postage stamp)

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