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        lā, to pull/to play (a bowed instrument)/to drag/to draw/to chat
        Yīlākè, Iraq
        Shālā, Sara or Sarah (name)
        LāsīWéijiāsī, [拉斯維加斯], Las Vegas, Nevada
        shālā, salad (loanword)
        Kǎlā, Kara (Togo)
        Lālā/lālā, Lala, Philippines, lesbian (net slang)
        lādīng, Latin/(in former times) to press-gang/to kidnap and force people into service
        Ālābó, Arabian/Arabic/Arab
        Ālā/ālā, Allah (Arabic name of God), (dialect) my/our/I/we/me/us
        Dálāsī, [達拉斯], Dallas
        lākāi, [拉開], to pull open/to pull apart/to space out/to increase
        lālǐ, lari (currency of Georgia) (loanword)
        kèlā, carat (mass) (loanword)
        Bùlāgé, Prague, capital of Czech Republic
        Kèlākè, Clark or Clarke (name)
        Ālāsījiā, Alaska, US state
        mǎlāsōng, [馬拉松], marathon (loanword)
        lāliàn, [拉鏈], zipper
        Bābālā, Barbara or Barbra (name)
        Sāngdélā, Sandra (name)
        Lādīngyǔ, [拉丁語], Latin (language)
        lālāduì, [拉拉隊], support team/cheering squad/cheerleader/also written 啦啦隊|啦啦队
        Bèilā, [貝拉], Beira, Mozambique
        sèlā, salad (loanword)
        lǐlā, lira (former Italian etc currency) (loanword)
        Xīlālǐ, Hillary (person name)/Hillary Rodham Clinton (1947-), US Democratic politician, ...
        Kēluólāduō, [科羅拉多], Colorado
        luólā, [羅拉], roller (loanword)
        Lādīngwén, Latin (language)
        Wěinèiruìlā, [委內瑞拉], Venezuela
        Fǎlālì, Ferrari
        Jiélādé, [傑拉德], Gerrard (name)
        Kǎidílākè, [凱迪拉克], Cadillac
        Bābālā, Barbara (name)
        Lāěrfū, [拉爾夫], Ralph (name)
        Nèibùlāsījiā, [內布拉斯加], Nebraska, US state
        LādīngMěizhōu, Latin America
        tuōlājī, [拖拉機], tractor/CL:臺|台[tái]
        Màndélā, Nelson Mandela (1918-2013), South African ANC politician, president of South Afr...
        Dàogélāsī, Douglas (name)
        Lādīngwǔ, Latin dance
        lāmiàn, [拉麵], pulled noodles/ramen
        lācháng, [拉長], to lengthen/to pull sth out longer
        Wēidìmǎlā, [危地馬拉], Guatemala/see also 瓜地馬拉|瓜地马拉[Guā dì mǎ lā]
        Ōulā, [歐拉], Leonhard Euler (1707-1783), Swiss mathematician
        LāMěi, Latin America/abbr. for 拉丁美洲
        Kēluólāduōzhōu, [科羅拉多州], Colorado
        lādùzi, (coll.) to have diarrhea
        ShātèĀlābó, Saudi Arabia
        Pānduōlā, Pandora
        lālǒng, [拉攏], to rope in/fig. to involve sb/to entice
        lāche, to drag/to pull/to raise a child (through difficulties)/to help/to support/to dr...
        Ālābóyǔ, [阿拉伯語], Arabic (language)
        Sūgélādǐ, [蘇格拉底], Socrates (469-399 BC), Greek philosopher
        Yàbólāhǎn, [亞伯拉罕], Abraham (name)/Abraham, father of Judaism and Islam in the Bible and Quran/same ...
        lādǎo, (coll.) the deal is off/forget about it!/let it go at that!
        Wéilā, [維拉], Vala (Middle-earth)
        Níjiālāguā, Nicaragua
        Bólātú, [柏拉圖], Plato (c. 427-c. 347 BC), Greek philosopher
        Kǎsāngdélā, Cassandra (name)/Cassandra, daughter of king Priam in Greek mythology/prophet of...
        Āngēlā, Angola
        Gélāsīgē, Glasgow, Scotland
        Mǎnílā, [馬尼拉], Manila, capital of Philippines
        Xiānggélǐlā, Shangri-La (mythical location)/Shangri-La town and county in Dêqên or Diqing Tib...
        yìlāguàn, pull-top can/easy-open can (with ring-pull)
        Nánsīlāfū, Yugoslavia, 1943-1992
        Pǔlātí, Pilates (physical fitness system)
        Tèlāwéifū, [特拉維夫], Tel Aviv/Tel Aviv-Jaffa
        Bālāguī, Paraguay
        Lāfěiěr, [拉斐爾], Raphael
        Gēsīlā, Godzilla (Japanese ゴジラ Gojira)
        Lāsà, [拉薩], Lhasa, capital city of Tibet autonomous region 西藏自治區|西藏自治区
        Sàlārèwō, [薩拉熱窩], Sarajevo, capital of Bosnia and Herzegovina
        Sīlāfū, Slavic
        lāsuǒ, [拉鎖], zipper
        ōuruòlā, [歐若拉], aurora
        Kǎlāqí, Karachi (Pakistan)
        Lābāsī, La Paz, administrative capital of Bolivia
        Jiālājiāsī, Caracas, capital of Venezuela
        Gējílā, Godzilla (Japanese ゴジラ Gojira)/see also 哥斯拉[Gē sī lā]
        tuōtuōlālā, to procrastinate
        Sāhālā, Sahara
        Fúlājīmǐěr, [弗拉基米爾], Vladimir
        Tèlāhuázhōu, [特拉華州], Delaware, US state
        Mèngjiālā, Bengal/Bangladesh
        tuōlā, dilatory/slow/sluggish
        Pǔlādá, [普拉達], Prada (brand)
        Xǐmǎlāyǎshān, [喜馬拉雅山], Himalayas
        Hóngdūlāsī, Honduras
        shǒulāshǒu, to join hands/hand in hand
        lāpíng, to bring to the same level/to even up/to flare out/to flatten out
        Lābùlāduō, Labrador, Canada/Labrador (a breed of dog)
        Pǔlā, Pula (city in Croatia)
        Sàkèlāméntuō, [薩克拉門托], Sacramento
        Ānlā, Allah (Arabic name of God)
        Mǐlā, Mira (red giant star, Omicron Ceti)
        Sàilālìáng, Sierra Leone
        Jílāní, Syed Yousuf Raza Gilani (1952-), Pakistan people's party politician, prime minis...
        Bǐlāduō, Pilate (Pontius Pilate in the Biblical passion story)
        Bìdágēlāsī, [畢達哥拉斯], Pythagoras
        Tèlāhuá, [特拉華], Delaware, US state
        lādé, rad (unit of radiation)
        Ālāsījiāzhōu, Alaska, US state
        dāla, to droop/to dangle
        Dégǔlā, Dracula, novel by Bram Stoker/Vlad III, Prince of Wallachia (1431-1476), nicknam...
        āyàtúlā, [阿亞圖拉], ayatollah (religious leader in Shia Islam)
        Ékèlāhémǎ, [俄克拉何馬], Oklahoma, US state
        lālì, tension
        Ālāsī, Arras, town in northern France
        Lāmòsī, (Philippine President Fidel) Ramos
        Lādēng, (Osama) bin Laden (1957-2011), leader of Al Qaeda
        Yàlābāmǎ, [亞拉巴馬], Alabama, US state
        Bālākè, Barack, Barak, Ballack (name)
        lālìsài, [拉力賽], rally (car race)(loanword)
        LāKēlǔníyà, [拉科魯尼亞], La Coruña or A Coruña (city in Galicia, Spain)
        Àokèlāhémǎ, [奧克拉荷馬], Oklahoma, US state (Tw)
        BěnLādēng, (Osama) bin Laden (1957-2011), leader of Al Qaeda
        ShātèĀlābórén, a Saudi/Saudi Arabian person
        lāxī, (coll.) to have diarrhea/to shrink back/to cower
        lākè, to solicit (guests, clients, passengers etc)/to importune
        lāfū, to force into service/press-gang
        Mǎshālādì, [瑪莎拉蒂], Maserati
        Sītèlāsībǎo, Strasbourg
        Tèsīlā, Tesla (unit)/Nikola Tesla (1856-1943), Serbian inventor and engineer
        Mǎlā, [馬拉], Marat (name)/Jean-Paul Marat (1743-1793), Swiss scientist and physician
        Ālābówén, Arabic (language & writing)
        Ālābórén, Arab/Arabian/Arabian people
        Yàlābāmǎzhōu, [亞拉巴馬州], Alabama, US state
        lālāchěchě, to tug at/to pull at sb aggressively/to take sb's hand or arm in a too familiar ...
        Lāfěitè, Lafayette
        Bāshìlā, Basra (city in Iraq)
        Fēicíjiélādé, [菲茨傑拉德], Fitzgerald (name)
        gǔlāgé, gulag
        lābǐ, rabbi (loanword)
        Xǐmǎlāyǎ, [喜馬拉雅], the Himalayas
        Kèlìàopèitèlā, [克莉奧佩特拉], Cleopatra (c. 70-30 BC), queen of Egypt
        fǎlā, farad, SI unit of electrical capacitance (loanword)
        Mǎdélāsī, [馬德拉斯], Madras or Chennai 欽奈|钦奈[Qīn nài], capital of Tamil Nadu on East coast of India
        Lāhèmànnínuòfū, [拉赫曼尼諾夫], Rachmaninoff/Rachmaninov
        tuōlāsī, trust (commerce)(loanword)
        Kǎměilā, Gamera (Japanese ガメラ Gamera), Japanese movie monster
        lāshǒu/lāshou, to hold hands/to shake hands, a handle/to pull on a handle
        Lābātè, Rabat, capital of Morocco
        Tǎlāwǎ, Tarawa, capital of Kiribati
        Jílādé, Gillard (name)
        Lāpǔlāsī, Pierre Simon Laplace (1749-1827), French mathematician
        Kèlākēfū, Krakow
        Lāmǔsīfēiěrdé, [拉姆斯菲爾德], (Donald) Rumsfeld, secretary of Defense
        Wūlāguī, [烏拉圭], Uruguay
        Sàlāmànkǎ, [薩拉曼卡], Salamanca, Spain
        Ātèlāsī, Atlas (Titan in Greek mythology)/Atlas mountains of north Africa
        Mótuōluólā, [摩托羅拉], Motorola
        tílāmǐsū, [提拉米蘇], tiramisu (Italian dessert) (loanword)
        Bùlādísīlāfā, [布拉迪斯拉發], Bratislava
        Ātílā, Attila (406-453), Hun emperor, known as the scourge of God
        Fǎlādì, Faraday (name)/Michael Faraday (1791-1867), British experimental physicist promi...
        Mǎlāwéi, [馬拉維], Malawi
        Wēidìmǎlārén, [危地馬拉人], Guatemalan (person)
        YòufālādǐHé, [幼發拉底河], Euphrates River
        Lātuōwéiyà, [拉脫維亞], Latvia
        Gélā, Gera (city in Germany)
        Mèngjiālāguó, [孟加拉國], Bangladesh (formerly East Pakistan)
        Bólāmǔsī, Brahms (name)/Johannes Brahms (1833-1897), German romantic composer
        Wūlāěr, [烏拉爾], the Ural mountains in Russia, dividing Europe from Asia
        Kǎnpàlā, Kampala, capital of Uganda
        Lāsīpàěrmǎsī, [拉斯帕爾馬斯], Las Palmas, Spain
        Ālāmùtú, [阿拉木圖], Almaty, previous capital of Kazakhstan
        Mǎlājiā, [馬拉加], Málaga, Spain/Malaga city in Iranian East Azerbaijan
        Ékèlāhémǎzhōu, [俄克拉何馬州], Oklahoma, US state
        Xǐmǎlāyǎshānmài, [喜馬拉雅山脈], Himalayas
        Lāgèsī, Lagos (Nigerian city)
        lājù, [拉鋸], a two-man saw/fig. to-and-fro between two sides
        Lāhéěr, [拉合爾], Lahore (city in Pakistan)
        Xībōkèlādǐ, Hippocrates (c. 460 BC - c. 370 BC), Greek physician, father of Western medicine
        Guādálāhālā, [瓜達拉哈拉], Guadalajara
        Ābālāqìyà, [阿巴拉契亞], Appalachian Mountains in North America
        Āwéilā, [阿維拉], Avila, Spain
        Mèngjiālāwān, [孟加拉灣], Bay of Bengal
        Gélāhànmǔ, [格拉漢姆], Graham or Graeme (name)
        Ābǔdùlā, Abdullah (name)
        NíjiālāPùbù, Niagara Falls (Tw)
        Mùshālāfū, Pervez Musharraf (1943-), Pakistani general and politician, president 2001-2008
        JiālāpàgēsīQúndǎo, [加拉帕戈斯群島], Galapagos Islands
        lāgān, tension bar
        Kānpéilā, Canberra, capital of Australia
        Ālādīng, Aladdin, character in one of the tales in the The Book of One Thousand and One N...
        Xīlākè, [希拉剋], Jacques René Chirac (1932-), President of France 1995-2007
        Xièlā, [謝拉], Zerah (son of Judah)
        Lādīngzìmǔ, Latin alphabet
        ĀlābóBàndǎo, [阿拉伯半島], Arabian Peninsula
        Ānkǎlā, Ankara, capital of Turkey
        sèlāyóu, salad oil
        Hālāléi, Harare, capital of Zimbabwe
        Sītèlātèfú, Stratford (place name)/Stratford-upon-Avon, UK city in Warwickshire and birthpla...
        Kǎlājìjī, Radovan Karadžić (1945-), former Bosnian Serb leader and war criminal
        Lāwénkèláo, [拉文克勞], Ravenclaw (Harry Potter)
        Āmǔhālā, Amhara (province, language and ethnic group of Ethiopia)/Amharic/Ethiopian
        Kālālābāng, Kerala (state in India)
        lājiācháng, to talk or chat about ordinary daily life
        Lājiǎsītǎnbāng, [拉賈斯坦邦], Rajasthan (state in India)
        Ālāfǎtè, Mohammed Abdel Rahman Abdel Raouf Arafat al-Qudwa al-Husseini (1929-2004), Pales...
        Kǎlābùlǐyà, [卡拉布里亞], Calabria, southernmost Italian province
        lājùzhàn, [拉鋸戰], to-and-fro tussle/closely-fought contest
        ĀlābóHǎi, Arabian Sea
        Bōměilāníyà, [波美拉尼亞], Pomerania, a historical region on the south shore of the Baltic Sea
        Kǎnàwéilāěrjiǎo, [卡納維拉爾角], Cape Canaveral, Florida, home of Kennedy space center 肯尼迪航天中心[Kěn ní dí Háng tiā...
        Mòlāláisī, [莫拉萊斯], Morales
        LāshímòěrShān, [拉什莫爾山], Mt Rushmore National Memorial, South Dakota
        Kǎěrbālā, [卡爾巴拉], Karbala (city in Iraq)
        Gǔjílātè, Gujarat, state in west India
        Dìlānà, Tirana, capital of Albania
西         Tǎlāhāxī, Tallahassee, capital of Florida
        Pǔlāyà, [普拉亞], Praia, capital of Cape Verde
        Lāpǔlán, [拉普蘭], Lapland (northern Europe)
        Ākèlā, Accra, capital of Ghana
        Kǎlākǎsī, Caracas, capital of Venezuela (Tw)
        fúlāmínggē, flamenco (loanword)
        Bùqióngbùlā, [布瓊布拉], Bujumbura, capital of Burundi
        lāzá, [拉雜], disorganized/rambling/incoherent
        Mǎlāduōnà, [馬拉多納], Diego Maradona (1960-), Argentine footballer
        Lāxīn, Jean Racine (French dramatist)
        dōngbùlā, Dombra or Tambura, Kazakh plucked lute
        Gǔjílātèbāng, Gujarat, state in west India
        Tèlāfǎěrjiā, [特拉法爾加], Trafalgar
        Gélācí, Graz (city in Austria)
        xīxīlālā, sparse and fragmentary
        Mǎhālāshītèlābāng, [馬哈拉施特拉邦], Maharashtra (state in India)
        Hèlā, Hera (wife of Zeus)
        Lāwénnà, [拉文納], Ravenna on the Adriatic coast of Italy
        Yībōlā, Ebola virus
        bālā, to push lightly/to flick to one side/to get rid of
        Lāqíào, [拉齊奧], Lazio (region in Italy)
        Lāpàsī, La Paz, administrative capital of Bolivia, usually written as 拉巴斯
        bùlājī, [不拉幾], (dialect) extremely
        bùlājī, [不拉嘰], (nasty, stupid etc) as can be
西         dōnglāxīchě, [東拉西扯], to talk about this and that (idiom); to ramble incoherently
        Nǎiduīlā, Nathu La (Himalayan pass on Silk Road between Tibet and Indian Sikkim)
        Nǎiduīlāshānkǒu, Nathu La (Himalayan pass on Silk Road between Tibet and Indian Sikkim)
        Wūshéntǎlā, [烏什塔拉], Wushentala Hui village in Bayin'guoleng Mongol autonomous prefecture 巴音郭愣蒙古自治州[B...
        Wūshéntǎlāxiāng, [烏什塔拉鄉], Wushentala Hui village in Bayin'guoleng Mongol autonomous prefecture 巴音郭愣蒙古自治州[B...
        WūshéntǎlāHuízúxiāng, [烏什塔拉回族鄉], Wushentala Hui village in Bayin'guoleng Mongol autonomous prefecture 巴音郭愣蒙古自治州[B...
        Wūlāěrshān, [烏拉爾山], the Ural mountains in Russia, dividing Europe from Asia
        wūlāěrshānmài, [烏拉爾山脈], Ural Mountains
        Wūlātè, [烏拉特], Urat plain in Bayan Nur 巴彥淖爾|巴彦淖尔[Bā yàn nào ěr], Inner Mongolia/also Urat Front...
        Wūlātèzhōngqí, [烏拉特中旗], Urat Center banner or Urdyn Dund khoshuu in Bayan Nur 巴彥淖爾|巴彦淖尔[Bā yàn nào ěr], ...
        Wūlātèqiánqí, [烏拉特前旗], Urat Front banner or Urdyn Ömnöd khoshuu in Bayan Nur 巴彥淖爾|巴彦淖尔[Bā yàn nào ěr], ...
        Wūlātèhòuqí, [烏拉特後旗], Urat Rear banner or Urdyn Xoit khoshuu in Bayan Nur 巴彥淖爾|巴彦淖尔[Bā yàn nào ěr], In...
        Wūlātècǎoyuán, [烏拉特草原], Urat plain in Bayan Nur 巴彥淖爾|巴彦淖尔[Bā yàn nào ěr], Inner Mongolia
        Wūpǔsàlā, [烏普薩拉], Uppsala, Swedish university city just north of Stockholm
西         Yàxīěr·Ālāfǎtè, [亞西爾・阿拉法特], Mohammed Abdel Rahman Abdel Raouf Arafat al-Qudwa al-Husseini (1929-2004), Pales...
        YàFēiLā, [亞非拉], Asia, Africa and Latin America
        YǐsīlāJì, [以斯拉記], Book of Ezra
        Yīsīpàníàolā, [伊斯帕尼奧拉], Hispaniola (Caribbean island including Haiti and the Dominican Republic)
        Bólādìsīlāwǎ, Bratislava, capital of Slovakia
        Ékèlāhémǎchéng, [俄克拉何馬城], Oklahoma City
        KèjīlāDǎo, [克基拉島], Corfu (Greek: Kerkira), island in the Ionian sea
        Kèlóubātèlā, [克婁巴特拉], Cleopatra (name)/Cleopatra VII Thea Philopator (69-30 BC), the last Egyptian pha...
        Kèlāfūqiūkè, Leonid Kravchuk (1934-), first post-communist president of Ukraine 1991-1994
        Kèlāsīnuòyàěrsīkè, [克拉斯諾亞爾斯克], Krasnoyarsk
        kèlāsīnuòdáěr, [克拉斯諾達爾], Krasnodar (city in Russia)
        Kèlāsījīnnuò, [克拉斯金諾], Kraskino town in Primorsky Krai, Russia, close to the North Korean border
        Kèlāmǎyī, [克拉瑪依], Qaramay shehiri (Karamay city) or Kèlāmǎyī prefecture level city in Xinjiang
        Kèlāmǎyīqū, [克拉瑪依區], Karamay district (Uighur: Qaramay Rayoni) of Qaramay City, Xinjiang
        Kèlāmǎyīshì, [克拉瑪依市], Qaramay shehiri (Karamay city) or Kèlāmǎyī prefecture level city in Xinjiang
        Nèibùlāsījiāzhōu, [內布拉斯加州], Nebraska, US state
        huála, to sweep/to brush away
        Jiālātàishū, [加拉太書], Epistle of St Paul to the Galatians
        jiālābāgēsī, Galapagos
        JiālābāgēsīQúndǎo, [加拉巴哥斯群島], Galapagos islands
        Jiālāhǎn, Leo Karakhan (1889-1937), Soviet ambassador to China 1921-26, executed in Stalin...
西         láolāxīpàn, [勞拉西泮], lorazepam
        běibùlābāntè, Noord Brabant
        bànbànlālā, incomplete/unfinished
        bànlǎ, half
        BóěrtǎlāMěnggǔzìzhìzhōu, [博爾塔拉蒙古自治州], Börtala Mongol autonomous prefecture in Xinjiang
        BólāBólāDǎo, [博拉博拉島], Bora Bora, island of the Society Islands group in French Polynesia
        zhànzhemáokēngbùlāshǐ, [占著茅坑不拉屎], lit. to occupy a latrine but not shit (proverb)/fig. to be a dog in the manger
OK         kǎlāOK, karaoke (loanword)
        Kǎlāshíníkēfū, Kalashnikov (the AK-47 assault rifle)
        Kǎlājīnà, Krajina (former Yugoslavia)
        Kǎlāmǔchāngdé, Karamchand (name)
        Kǎlābǐlā, Karabilah (Iraqi city)
        kǎlājiāo, [卡拉膠], carageenan (chemistry)
        Kǎlāmǎzuǒfūxiōngdì, [卡拉馬佐夫兄弟], Brothers Karamazov by Dostoevsky 陀思妥耶夫斯基
        Kǎbōyēlā, Capoeira
        yuánNánsīlāfū, former Yugoslavia (1945-1992)
        fǎntuōlāsī, antitrust (loanword)
        Xùlāgǔ, [敘拉古], Syracuse, Sicily/also written 錫拉庫薩|锡拉库萨[Xī lā kù sà]
        Gǔjiélāěr, [古傑拉爾], Gujral (name)/Inder Kumar Gujral (1919-), Indian Janata politician, prime minist...
        Gǔjiélātèbāng, [古傑拉特邦], Gujarat, Indian state
        chīhēlāsāshuì, to eat, drink, shit, piss, and sleep/(fig.) the ordinary daily routine
        Gèlādāndōngshān, Mount Geladaindong or Geladandong in Qinghai (6621 m), the main peak of the Tang...
        Gèlādāndōngfēng, Mount Geladaindong or Geladandong in Qinghai (6621 m), the main peak of the Tang...
西         bǐlāxītǎn, piracetam (loanword)/see 乙酰胺吡咯烷酮[yǐ xiān àn bǐ luò wán tóng]
        hūlāquān, hula hoop
        hālāzi, (dialect) saliva/also written 哈喇子[hā lá zi]
        HālāěrWǔshì, [哈拉爾五世], Harald V of Norway
        Tánggǔlā, Dangla or Tanggula mountain range on the Qinghai-Tibetan Plateau 青藏高原[Qīng Zàng ...
        Tánggǔlāshān, Dangla or Tanggula mountain range on the Qinhai-Tibet plateau
        Tánggǔlāshānmài, [唐古拉山脈], Dangla or Tanggula mountain range on the Qinhai-Tibet plateau
        Tánggǔlāfēng, Dangla or Tanggula mountain on the Qinhai-Tibet plateau
        Kālākātuōhuǒshān, Krakatoa (volcanic island in Indonesia)
        Kālākūnlúnshān, [喀拉崑崙山], Karakorum mountains
        KālāHánguó, [喀拉汗國], Karakhan Dynasty of central Asia, 8th-10th century
        KālāhánWángcháo, Karakhan dynasty of central Asia, 8th-10th century
        wēngwēngzǔlā, vuvuzela (horn blown by sports fans)
        gālāhà, (Manchu loanword) knucklebones/see 羊拐[yáng guǎi]
        gálā, (onom.)/same as 噶喇[gá lǎ]
        Gálā·Duōjié·Rénbōqiè, [噶拉・多傑・仁波切], Garab Dorje Rinpoche, succession of Buthanese religious leaders
        tǔlāfúshìjūn, Francisella tularensis
        Kǎnpéilā, Canberra, capital of Australia (Tw)
        kǎndélā, candela (unit of luminosity)/standard candle
        Tǎnbólā, Tambora, volcano on Indonesian island of Sumbawa 松巴哇, whose 1815 eruption is gre...
        Āibólābìngdú, Ebola virus
        Āilātuōsènísī, Eratosthenes of Cyrene (c. 276-c. 195 BC), ancient Greek mathematician and inven...
        Āilātè, Eilat, Israeli port and resort on the Red sea
        ĀiwénhépànSītèlātèfú, Stratford-upon-Avon
        Āidíkǎlā, Ediacaran (c. 635-542 million years ago), late phase of pre-Cambrian geological ...
        Āidíkǎlājì, [埃迪卡拉紀], Ediacaran period (c. 635-542 million years ago), late phase of pre-Cambrian geol...
        Jīlāwéiè, [基拉韋厄], Kilauea, Hawaii, the world's most active volcano
        dīlāmǐsū, [堤拉米蘇], tiramisu (loanword)
        Tǎkèlāmǎgàn, [塔克拉瑪干], Taklaman desert in Xinjiang
        TǎkèlāmǎgānShāmò, [塔克拉瑪干沙漠], Taklamakan Desert, Central Asia)
        tǎkèlāmǎgān, [塔克拉馬干], Taklamakan (desert)
        Tǎsīkēlā, Tuscola (county in Michigan)
        Sèlāyēfó, Sarajevo, capital of Bosnia and Herzegovina (Tw)
        Dàlìlā, Delilah (person name)
        Dàhūlāěr, [大呼拉爾], State Great Khural or Great State Assembly, Mongolian parliament
        tóubāolādìng, [頭孢拉定], cefradine, cephradine (pharm.)
        ÀokèlāhémǎZhōu, [奧克拉荷馬州], Oklahoma, US state (Tw)
        Mǔlādíqí, Mladić (name)/Ratko Mladić (1942-), army chief of Bosnian Serbs 1965-1996 and in...
        wěinèiruìlāmǎnǎoyánbìngdú, [委內瑞拉馬腦炎病毒], Venezuelan equine encephalitis (VEE) virus
        MèngjiālāRénmínGònghéguó, [孟加拉人民共和國], People's Republic of Bangladesh (formerly East Pakistan)
        mèngjiālāgònghéguó, [孟加拉共和國], Bangladesh
        Mèngjiālāyǔ, [孟加拉語], Bengali (language)
        ĀndōngníyǔKèlìàopèitèlā, [安東尼與克莉奧佩特拉], Anthony and Cleopatra, 1606 tragedy by William Shakespeare 莎士比亞|莎士比亚
        Ānkèlāzhì, Anchorage (Alaska)
        Ānguīlā, Anguilla
        Āndélābāng, Andhra Pradesh or Andhra State in southeast India
        Hóngdūlāsī, Honduras (Tw)
        Fùlāěrjī, [富拉爾基], Fularji district of Qiqihar city 齊齊哈爾|齐齐哈尔[Qí qí hā ěr], Heilongjiang
        Fùlāěrjīqū, [富拉爾基區], Fularji district of Qiqihar city 齊齊哈爾|齐齐哈尔[Qí qí hā ěr], Heilongjiang
        NíyàjiālāPùbù, [尼亞加拉瀑布], Niagara Falls
        Zuǒlā, Zola (name)/Émile Zola (1840-1902), French naturalist novelist
        Bābùlāzú, Papora or Papura, one of the indigenous peoples of Taiwan
        Bālājīlièfū, M.A. Balakirev, Russian composer
        Bālābāsī, Barabbas (in the Biblical passion story)
        bālādí, Mohamed El Baradei (born 1942) Director of International Atomic Energy Agency an...
        Bālāmǎlìbō, [巴拉馬利波], Paramaribo, capital of Suriname (Tw)
        Bāyánkālā, [巴顏喀拉], Bayankala mountain range in Qinghai-Tibet Plateau, watershed of 黄河 Huang He rive...
        Bùhālā, Bokhara or Bukhara city in Uzbekistan
        Bùlādé·Bǐtè, William Bradley "Brad" Pitt (1963-), US actor and film producer
        Bùlātísīlāwǎ, Bratislava, capital of Slovakia (Tw)
        Bùlācháiwéiěr, [布拉柴維爾], Brazzaville, capital of Congo
        Bùlāsuǒfū, Braşov, Romania
        Bùlāsàshì, [布拉薩市], Brazzaville, capital of Congo (Tw)
        Bùsōngbùlā, Bujumbura, capital of Burundi (Tw)
        Bùdálāgōng, [布達拉宮], Potala, winter palace of Dalai Lamas in Lhasa, Tibet
        Bùdálāshān, [布達拉山], Mt Potala in Lhasa, with Potala Palace 布達拉宮|布达拉宫
        Xīlāruǐ, Hillary (person name)
        Xīlālǐ·Kèlíndùn, [希拉里・克林頓], Hillary Rodham Clinton (1947-), US Democratic politician, First lady during Bill...
        Pàlāsèěrshì, [帕拉塞爾士], Paracelsius (Auroleus Phillipus Theostratus Bombastus von Hohenheim, 1493-1541),...
        Pàlāmǎlǐbó, [帕拉馬里博], Paramaribo, capital of Suriname
        Yòufālādǐ, [幼發拉底], Euphrates (river in Iraq)
        yòufālādǐhégǔ, [幼發拉底河谷], Euphrates river valley
西         Bìxītèlātú, [庇西特拉圖], Pisistratus (-528 BC), tyrant (ruler) of Athens at different times between 561 B...
        Kùmùtǔlāqiānfódòng, [庫木吐拉千佛洞], Kumutula thousand-Buddha grotto in Kuqa, Xinjiang
        kāimàilā, [開麥拉], camera (loanword)
        Fúlāmáng, Flemish, inhabitant of Flanders (Belgium)
        qiǎnglā, [強拉], tug
        XúnhuàSǎlāzúzìzhìxiàn, [循化撒拉族自治縣], Xunhua Salazu autonomous county in Haidong prefecture 海東地區|海东地区[Hǎi dōng dì qū],...
        Délākèluówǎ, [德拉克羅瓦], Delacroix (painter)
        Délāmén, [德拉門], Drammen (city in Buskerud, Norway)
西         démókèlāxī, [德謨克拉西], democracy (loanword) (old)
        Gēsīlāěr, [戈斯拉爾], Goslar, Germany
        SuǒduōmǎyǔÉmólā, [所多瑪與蛾摩拉], Sodom and Gomorrah
        shǒulāhúlu, [手拉葫蘆], hand chain pulley block
        shǒulāchē, [手拉車], cart
        Tuōlābólā, [託拉博拉], Torabora mountain area in east Afghanistan, famous for its caves
        tuōlāěr, [托拉爾], (loanword) tolar, former currency of Slovenia/name for the silver coin and the m...
        lābǎba, to poo-poo (kiddie talk)
        Lādīnghuà, romanization
        Lādīngwénzì, the alphabet/latin letters
        Lādīngfāngkuài, [拉丁方塊], Latin square (math. puzzle)
        lāsīmó, [拉絲模], die (i.e. tool for cutting wire to a given diameter)
        lāgeshǒu, [拉個手], to hold hands
        lājiāoqing, to try to form friendly ties with sb for one's own benefit/to suck up to sb
        LāshíkǎěrJiā, [拉什卡爾加], Lashkar Gah, capital of Helmand province in south Afghanistan
        lāshāng, [拉傷], to pull/to injure by straining
        lāshēn, to draw/to stretch
        lāshēnqiángdù, [拉伸強度], tensile strength
        lākètìchún, lactitol, a sugar alcohol
        lārù, to pull into/to draw in
        lāguānxì, [拉關係], to seek contact with sb for one's own benefit/to suck up to sb
        Lāzīmòfūsījī, [拉茲莫夫斯基], Razumovsky (name)/Prince Andrey Kirillovich Razumovsky (1752-1836), Russian dipl...
        Lāgāng, [拉岡], Lacan (psychoanalyst)
        lāzhì, manufacture
        lāgòur, [拉勾兒], to cross little fingers (between children) as a promise
        Lābāoěr, [拉包爾], Rabaul, port city and capital of New Britain, island of northeast Papua New Guin...
        Lāzālù, [拉匝祿], Lazarus (Catholic transliteration)
        Lābǔlèngsì, Labrang monastery, Tibetan: bLa-brang bkra-shis-'khyil, in Xiahe county 夏河縣|夏河县[...
        lāgua, (dialect) to chat/to gossip
        lāchǎngzi, [拉場子], (of a performer) to put on a show at an outdoor venue (temple fair, marketplace ...
        lājī, variant of 垃圾/trash/refuse/garbage/Taiwan pr. [lè sè]
便         làdàbiàn, to poop/to defecate
        lādàqízuòhǔpí, lit. to wave a banner as if it were a tiger skin (idiom)/fig. to borrow sb's pre...
        lādàtiáo, [拉大條], to defecate (slang)
        Lāfūbǎo, Loughborough, English city
        LāfūbǎoDàxué, [拉夫堡大學], Loughborough University
        Lāfūsāngjiǎní, [拉夫桑賈尼], Akbar Hashemi Rafsanjani
        Lāfūluófū, [拉夫羅夫], Lavrov (name)/Sergey Viktorovich Lavrov (1950-), Russian diplomat and politician...
        Lākuílā, L'Aquila, Italy
        Lāmǔānlā, Ramallah
        Lāzī, Lhazê county, Tibetan: Lha rtse rdzong, in Shigatse prefecture, Tibet
        Lāzīxiàn, [拉孜縣], Lhazê county, Tibetan: Lha rtse rdzong, in Shigatse prefecture, Tibet
        lājiādàikǒu, [拉家帶口], to bear the burden of a household (idiom); encumbered by a family/tied down by f...
        Lāěrwéikè, [拉爾維克], Larvik (city in Vestfold, Norway)
        lāníyà, [拉尼婭], Rania (name)
        LāNínà, La Niña, equatorial climatic variation over the Eastern Pacific, as opposed to E...
        lāshǐ, to defecate/to shit/to crap
        lāshāntóu, [拉山頭], to start a clique/to form a faction
        lākāixùmù, [拉開序幕], (fig.) to raise the curtain/to lift the curtain/to be a curtain raiser for
        lākāijiàshi, [拉開架勢], to assume a fighting stance/(fig.) to take the offensive
        Lāsǎlù, Lazarus (Protestant transliteration)
        Lāsīmùsēn, Rasmussen (name)
        lājià, to try to stop a fight/to intervene in a fight
        Lāgélǎngrì, Lagrange (name)/Joseph-Louis Lagrange (1735-1813), French mathematician and phys...
        Lāgébǐ, Rugby (game)/Rugby school in England
        lāshābìngdú, Lassa virus
        Lāfǎlán, [拉法蘭], Raffarin, prime minister of France under Jacques Chirac
        Lāfǎgé, Lafargue (name)/Paul Lafargue (1842-1911), French socialist and revolutionary ac...
        Lāfǎhè, Rafah
        Lādíkè, Karl Bernardovich Radek (1995-1939), bolshevik and Comintern leader, first presi...
        lāhuán, [拉環], ring pull (can)/strap handle (on bus or train)/circular door handle
        Lāwǎěr, [拉瓦爾], Laval (name)
        Lāwǎxī, [拉瓦錫], Antoine Lavoisier (1743-1794), French nobleman and scientist, considered the fat...
        lāshēngyì, to tout/to solicit customers
        lāpí, to have a facelift/facelift
        lāpítiáo, [拉皮條], to procure/to act as pimp
        Lāgàiěr, [拉蓋爾], Laguerre (name)/Edmond Laguerre (1834-1886), French mathematician
        Lāhùzú, Lahu ethnic group of Yunnan
        lāpiào, to campaign for votes/to ask voters for support
        lājīn, stretching (exercise)
        lāguǎn, trombone
        Lāmǐfūdìng, Lamivudine, reverse transcriptase inhibitor marketed by GlaxoSmithKline and wide...
        lājǐn, [拉緊], to pull tight/tensioning
        lānàkǎ, [拉納卡], Larnaca (city in Cyprus)/Larnaka
西         Lāměixīsī, Rameses (name of pharaoh)
        lāchá, teh tarik, an Indian-style tea with milk (GM)
        lāfēicǎo, raffia (loanword)
        LāsàShì, [拉薩市], Lhasa, Tibetan: Lha sa grong khyer, capital of Tibet autonomous region 西藏自治區|西藏自...
        LāsàTiáoyuē, [拉薩條約], Treaty of Lhasa (1904) between British empire and Tibet
        lāhuà, [拉話], to chat
        Lādákè, [拉達克], Ladakh, the eastern part of Jammu and Kashmir in northwest India, adjacent to Ka...
        lānàliè, (Prince) Ranariddh (son of King Sihanouk of Cambodia)
        lāgōu, [拉鉤], pinky swear
        lāchángliǎn, [拉長臉], to pull a long face/to scowl
        Lāqīnggé, Ratzinger (German surname of Pope Benedict XVI)
        Lādùn, [拉頓], Rodan (Japanese ラドン Radon), Japanese movie monster
        lāmǎtègān, [拉馬特甘], Ramat Gan, city in Israel, location of Bar-Ilan University
        lāgāo, to pull up
        Lālǔ, [拉魯], Lhalu, Tibetan name and place name/Lhalu Tsewang Dorje (1915-), Tibetan pro-Chin...
        lāhēi, to add sb to one's blacklist (on a cellphone, or in instant messaging software e...
        tuīlāmén, [推拉門], sliding door
        dāla, variant of 耷拉[dā la]
        Mósīlā, Mothra (Japanese モスラ Mosura), Japanese movie monster
        Sāhālāyǐnán, sub-Saharan
        SāhālāyǐnánFēizhōu, Sub-Saharan Africa
        SǎhālāShāmò, Sahara Desert
        Sālā, Salar ethnic group of Qinghai province
        Sālāzú, Salar ethnic group of Qinghai province
        Sālāyǔ, [撒拉語], Salar, language of Salar ethnic group of Qinghai province
        Sǎlātiě, [撒拉鐵], Shealtiel (son of Jeconiah)
        Sīlāfūyǔ, [斯拉夫語], Slavic language
        SīpǔlātèlìQúndǎo, [斯普拉特利群島], Spratly islands, disputed between China, Malaysia, the Philippines, Taiwan and V...
        xīnBólātúzhǔyì, [新柏拉圖主義], neo-Platonism (philosophical system combining Platonism with mysticism)
        Yìbǔlāxīn, Ibrahim (name)/Arabic and Islamic version of Abraham 亞伯拉罕|亚伯拉罕
        Běn·Lādēng, Osama bin Laden (1957-2011), leader of Al Qaeda
        Zhágélābù, Zagreb, capital of Croatia 克羅地亞|克罗地亚[Kè luó dì yà]
        jīlīguālā, [機哩瓜拉], (Taiwan) see 嘰哩咕嚕|叽哩咕噜[jī li gū lū]
        jiélā, [傑拉], Gela (city in Sicily)
        Líndébùlādé, Lindeblatt (name)
        Bólātúzhéxué, [柏拉圖哲學], Platonism
        Chákèlā, Chakra (name)/Chakra system of yogic meditation/Chakra (Sanskrit: disk), one of ...
        Gélānàdá, [格拉納達], Granada, Spain
        máolā, Mullah (religious leader in Islam)
        ShāwūdìĀlābó, [沙烏地阿拉伯], Saudi Arabia (Tw)
        Fǎzīlǔlā, [法茲魯拉], Maulana Fazlullah, Pakistan Taleban leader
        Fǎshìsèlājiàng, [法式色拉醬], French dressing/vinaigrette
        Fǎlāshèng, Flushing Chinatown, a predominantly Chinese and Korean neighborhood of Queens, N...
        BōlāBōlāDǎo, [波拉波拉島], Bora Bora, island of the Society Islands group in French Polynesia
        Pàilāměngyǐng, Paramount pictures (US movie company)
        Hǎilāěr, [海拉爾], Hailar district, Mongolian Xailar raion, of Hulunbuir city 呼倫貝爾市|呼伦贝尔市[Hū lún bè...
        Hǎilāěrqū, [海拉爾區], Hailar district, Mongolian Xailar raion, of Hulunbuir city 呼倫貝爾市|呼伦贝尔市[Hū lún bè...
        dīlǐdālā, sagging/drooping
        pānduōlāmóhé, a Pandora's box
        Pānduǒlā, Pandora
        LáncāngLāhùzúzìzhìxiàn, [瀾滄拉祜族自治縣], Lancang Lahuzu autonomous county in Pu'er 普洱[Pǔ ěr], Yunnan
        Àidéhuá·Dálādì, [愛德華・達拉第], Édouard Daladier (1884-1970), French politician
        TèlāhuáHé, [特拉華河], Delaware River, between Pennsylvania and Delaware state, USA
广         TèlāfǎjiāGuǎngchǎng, [特拉法加廣場], Trafalgar Square (London)
广         Tèlāfǎěrjiāguǎngchǎng, [特拉法爾加廣場], Trafalgar Square (London)
        Tèlǐpǔlā, Tripura (Indian state)
        Dílākè, P.A.M. Dirac (1902-1984), British physicist
        Mǎlājīshū, [瑪拉基書], Book of Malachi
        Mǎlājīyà, [瑪拉基亞], Malachi
        Guādìmǎlā, [瓜地馬拉], Guatemala (Tw)
        GuālāDīngjiānú, Kuala Terengganu, capital of Terengganu state, Malaysia
        Guādálāmǎ, [瓜達拉馬], Sierra de Guadarrama (mountain range across Iberia, passing north of Madrid)
        Guādálāmǎshān, [瓜達拉馬山], Sierra de Guadarrama (mountain range across Iberia, passing north of Madrid)
        shēnglāhuóchě, to wildly exaggerate the meaning of sth (idiom)
        Pítèlākè, Petrarch/Francesco Petrarca (1304-1374), Italian scholar and lyric poet, famous ...
        Shālāyuè, see 沙撈越|沙捞越[Shā lāo yuè]
        Kēluólāduōdàxiágǔ, [科羅拉多大峽谷], the Grand Canyon (Colorado)
        Kēdílèlā, Cordillera, series of mountain ranges stretching from Patagonia in South America...
        Kēdílèlāshānxì, Cordillera, series of mountain ranges stretching from Patagonia in South America...
        Mùbālākè, Hosni Mubarak
        Fúlādíwòsītuōkè, Vladivostok (Russian port city)/Chinese name 海參崴|海参崴
        Mǐkǎilā, [米凱拉], Michaela (name)
        Suǒgēlātèsī, Socrates (name)/Jose Socrates, prime minister of Portugal from 2005
        Yuēhàn·Lābèi, [約翰・拉貝], John Rabe (1882-1950), German who helped protect Chinese during the Nanking mass...
        Niǔfēnlányǔlābùlāduō, [紐芬蘭與拉布拉多], Newfoundland and Labrador, province of Canada
        Wéiěrsītèlāsī, [維爾斯特拉斯], Karl Weierstrass (1815-1897), German mathematician
        WéilāGǎng, [維拉港], Port Vila, capital of Vanuatu
        lǎoniúlāpòchē, [老牛拉破車], see 老牛破車|老牛破车[lǎo niú pò chē]
        kǎolā, koala (loanword)
        Nièlāmù, [聶拉木], Nyalam county, Tibetan: Gnya' lam rdzong, in Shigatse prefecture, Tibet
        Nièlāmùxiàn, [聶拉木縣], Nyalam county, Tibetan: Gnya' lam rdzong, in Shigatse prefecture, Tibet
        Kěndélā, Kendra (name)
        BānquèBǐlāduō, Pontius Pilate (in the Biblical passion story)
        Sèlāsì, Sera monastery near Lhasa, Tibet
        sèlājiàng, [色拉醬], salad dressing/vinaigrette
        Àidíkǎlā, Ediacaran (c. 635-542 million years ago), late phase of pre-Cambrian geological ...
西         Sūlāwēixī, [蘇拉威西], Sulawesi or Celebes (Indonesian Island)
        FànDégélāfū, [範德格拉夫], Van de Graaff (name)/Robert J. Van de Graaff (1901-1967), American physicist
        FàndéGélāfūqǐdiànjī, [範德格拉夫起電機], Van de Graaff generator
        Cíwànjílāyī, [茨萬吉拉伊], Morgan Tsvangirai (1952-), Zimbabwean politician
        Zhūlìyǎ·Jílādé, Julia Gillard (1961-), Australian politician, prime minister from 2010
        Héníālā, Honiara, capital of Solomon Islands (Tw)
        Shālā·Pèilín, Sarah Palin (1964-), US Republican politician, State governor of Alaska from 200...
        Shālā·Bùláimàn, [莎拉・布萊曼], Sarah Brightman (1960-), English pop star
        Shālābōwá, Sharapova (Russian female tennis star)
        mòzālǐlā, mozzarella (loanword)
        Sàlādīng, [薩拉丁], Saladin (c. 1138-1193)
        Sàlāgēsà, [薩拉戈薩], Zaragoza, Spain
        SàlāsēnDìguó, [薩拉森帝國], Saracen Empire (medieval European name for Arab empire)
        méngtuōluólā, [蒙托羅拉], Motorola
        Méngtèsāilātè, Montserrat
        hùbulǎ, (dialect) shrike/Taiwan pr. [hǔ bu lā]
        Émólā, Gomorrah
西         XīMèngjiālābāng, West Bengal
西         Xīlāyǎzú, Siraya, one of the indigenous peoples of Taiwan
西         XīSāhālā, Western Sahara
        Bèilāmǐ, [貝拉米], Bellamy
        Fèilādéěrfēiyà, [費拉德爾菲亞], Philadelphia, Pennsylvania/abbr. 費城|费城[Fèi chéng]
        Jiǎnándélā, [賈南德拉], Gyanendra of Nepal
        Hètúālā, [赫圖阿拉], Hetu Ala (Manchu: Yellow Rock), Nurhaci's capital at the 1619 Battle of Sarhu
        Hèlākèlìtè, Heraclitus (535-475 BC), pre-Socratic philosopher
        Hèlātè, Herat (city in Afghanistan)
        Hèlātèshěng, Herat province of Afghanistan
趿         tāla, to shuffle along (while walking)/to be deliberately slow (in doing sth)/slippers
        Dálánsàlā, [達蘭薩拉], Dharamsala in Himachal Pradesh, north India, home of Tibetan government in exile
        Dálātè, [達拉特], Dalad banner in Ordos 鄂爾多斯|鄂尔多斯[È ěr duō sī], Inner Mongolia
        Dálātèqí, [達拉特旗], Dalad banner in Ordos 鄂爾多斯|鄂尔多斯[È ěr duō sī], Inner Mongolia
        DálèisīSàlāmǔ, [達累斯薩拉姆], Dar es Salaam (former capital of Tanzania)
        Dàogélāsī·Màikèāsè, [道格拉斯・麥克阿瑟], General Douglas MacArthur (1880-1964), US commander in Pacific during WW, sacked...
        Nàlādīcǎoyuán, Nalat grasslands
        Dōulāsī, Durrës (city in Albania)
        Kùsīlā, Godzilla (Japanese ゴジラ Gojira)/see also 哥斯拉[Gē sī lā]
        Xīlākùsà, [錫拉庫薩], Syracuse, Sicily
        Ménxīnggélādébāhè, [門興格拉德巴赫], Mönchengladbach (city in Germany)
        Āshénlāwéi, [阿什拉維], surname Ashrawi/Hanan Daoud Khalil Ashrawi (1946-), Palestinian scholar and poli...
        Āěrkǎntǎlā, [阿爾坎塔拉], Alcántara, municipality in the province of Cáceres, Extremadura, Spain/Alcantara...
        ĀlābóGòngtóngShìchǎng, [阿拉伯共衕市場], Arab Common Market
        ĀlābóGuójiāLiánméng, [阿拉伯國家聯盟], Arab League, regional organization of Arab states in Southwest Asia, and North a...
        Ālābóshùzì, [阿拉伯數字], Arabic numerals 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9
        ĀlābóDiànxìnLiánméng, [阿拉伯電信聯盟], Arab Telecommunication Union
        ālābótáng, arabinose (type of sugar)
        ĀlābóLiánhéDàgōngguó, [阿拉伯聯合大公國], United Arab Emirates (Tw)
        ĀlābóLiánhéQiúzhǎngguó, [阿拉伯聯合酋長國], United Arab Emirates (UAE)
        Ālābójiāo, [阿拉伯膠], gum Arabica/acacia gum
        Ālābóhuíxiāng, see 孜然[zī rán], cumin
        Ālāshàn, Alxa league, a prefecture level subdivision of Inner Mongolia
        ĀlāshànYòuqí, Alxa Right Banner, Mongolian Alshaa Baruun khoshuu, in Alxa League 阿拉善盟[Ā lā shà...
        ĀlāshànZuǒqí, Alxa Left Banner, Mongolian Alshaa Züün khoshuu, in Alxa League 阿拉善盟[Ā lā shàn M...
        ĀlāshànMéng, Alxa League, a prefecture level subdivision of Inner Mongolia
        Ālātǎsī, surname Alatas/Ali Alatas (1932-), Indonesian Foreign Minister
        Ālāěr, [阿拉爾], Aral shehiri (Aral city) or Ālā'ěr subprefecture level city in west Xinjiang
        Ālāěrshì, [阿拉爾市], Aral shehiri (Aral city) or Ālā'ěr subprefecture level city in west Xinjiang
        Ālābāmǎ, [阿拉巴馬], Alabama, US state
        Ālābāmǎzhōu, [阿拉巴馬州], Alabama, US state
        Ālāgānshānmài, [阿拉乾山脈], Arakan Yoma, mountain range in western Myanmar (Burma)
        ĀlāfúlāHǎi, Arafura Sea
        Ālāmó, Alamo, city in United States
        ĀlāsījiāDàxué, [阿拉斯加大學], University of Alaska
        ĀlāsījiāXuěqiàoquǎn, Alaskan Malamute
        Ālāwǎ, Araba or Álava
        Ālāmǐyǔ, [阿拉米語], Aramaic (language)
        Āsīmǎlā, [阿斯馬拉], Asmara, capital of Eritrea
        Yǎlāshénshān, Mt Yarla Shampo, in Dawu County 道孚縣|道孚县[Dào fú xiàn], Garze Tibetan autonomous p...
        Yǎlāxuěshān, Mt Yarla Shampo, in Dawu County 道孚縣|道孚县[Dào fú xiàn], Garze Tibetan autonomous p...
        YǎlāXiāngbōshénshān, Mt Yarla Shampo, in Dawu County 道孚縣|道孚县[Dào fú xiàn], Garze Tibetan autonomous p...
        YǎlāXiāngbōxuěshān, Mt Yarla Shampo, in Dawu County 道孚縣|道孚县[Dào fú xiàn], Garze Tibetan autonomous p...
        Huòníyàlā, [霍尼亞拉], Honiara, capital of Solomon Islands
        fēilādīngzìfú, non-latin letters
        Xiānggélǐlāxiàn, [香格里拉縣], Shangri-La county in Dêqên or Diqing Tibetan autonomous prefecture 迪慶藏族自治州|迪庆藏族自...
        MǎěrmǎlāHǎi, [馬爾馬拉海], Sea of Marmara
        MǎnílāDàxué, [馬尼拉大學], University of Manila
        MǎdélāQúndǎo, [馬德拉群島], Madeira/the Madeira islands
        Mǎlābó, [馬拉博], Malabo, capital of Equatorial Guinea
        Mǎlākāshí, [馬拉喀什], Marrakech (city in Morocco)
        Mǎlādì, [馬拉地], Marathi language of west India
        Mǎlādìyǔ, [馬拉地語], Marathi language of west India
        Mǎlāwēi, [馬拉威], Malawi, SE Africa (Tw)
        Mǎlākāibō, [馬拉開波], Maracaibo, Venezuela
        mǎlāsōngsài, [馬拉松賽], marathon race
        mǎlāgāo, [馬拉糕], Cantonese sponge cake also known as mara cake
        mǎsūlǐlā, [馬蘇里拉], mozzarella (loanword)
        Mòlāpí, Merapi (volcano on Java)

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