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        Niú/niú, surname Niu, ox/cow/bull/CL:條|条[tiáo],頭|头[tóu]/(slang) awesome
        niúnǎi, cow's milk/CL:瓶[píng],杯[bēi]
        niúzǎi, cowboy
        niúròu, beef
        niúpái, steak
        niúzǎikù, [牛仔褲], jeans/CL:條|条[tiáo]
        DǒuNiú/dòuniú, [鬥牛], Big Dipper and Altair (astronomy), bullfighting
        chuīniú, to talk big/to shoot off one's mouth/to chat (dialect)
        gōngniú, bull
        nǎiniú, milk cow/dairy cow
        Niújīn, Oxford (city in England)
        shuǐniú, water buffalo
        xīniú, rhinoceros
        fēngniúbìng, [瘋牛病], mad cow disease (bovine spongiform encephalopathy)
        yěniú, bison
        Niúdùn, [牛頓], Newton (name)/Sir Isaac Newton (1642-1727), British mathematician and physicist
        wōniú, [蝸牛], snail/Taiwan pr. [guā niú]
        HóngNiú, [紅牛], Red Bull (energy drink)
        xiǎoniú, calf
        niúpí, cowhide/leather/fig. flexible and tough/boasting/big talk
        niúyóu, butter
        niújiǎo, cow horn
        chuīniúpí, to boast/to talk big
        qiānniúhuā, [牽牛花], white-edged morning glory
        hǎiniú, manatee
        zuānniújiǎojiān, [鑽牛角尖], lit. to penetrate into a bull's horn (idiom); fig. to waste time on an insoluble...
        Niúláng/niúláng, Cowherd of the folk tale Cowherd and Weaving maid 牛郎織女|牛郎织女/Altair (star), cowhe...
        máoniú, [氂牛], yak (Bos grunniens)
        niúwā, bullfrog
        niúdú, [牛犢], calf
        rǔniú, dairy cattle
        niúpáiguǎn, [牛排館], steakhouse
        Jīnniúzuò, Taurus (constellation and sign of the zodiac)
        niúzǎibù, denim
        huángniú, [黃牛], ox/cattle/scalper of tickets etc/to fail to show up/to break a promise
        niúpíxuǎn, [牛皮癬], psoriasis
        niúqi, [牛氣], (coll.) haughty/overbearing
        duōrúniúmáo, as many as the hair of the ox (idiom)/great amount of/countless
        niúbàng, burdock
        niúpízhǐ, [牛皮紙], kraft paper
        niúlán, [牛欄], cattle pen
        niúshì, bull market (i.e. period of rising share prices)
        Qiānniú/qiānniú, [牽牛], Altair (star)/Cowherd of the folk tale Cowherd and Weaving maid 牛郎織女|牛郎织女, morni...
        niúpíqi, [牛脾氣], bullheadedness/stubborn
        niúmǎ, [牛馬], oxen and horses/beasts of burden/CL:隻|只[zhī]
        shèniú, musk ox
        shuǐniúr, [水牛兒], (dialect) snail
        niúdòu, cowpox
        fēngmǎniúbùxiāngjí, [風馬牛不相及], to be completely unrelated to one another (idiom)/irrelevant
        niúhuáng, [牛黃], bezoar
        niúpícài, chard (Beta vulgaris), a foliage beet
        niúròumiàn, [牛肉麵], beef noodle soup
        tiānniú, Longhorn beetle
        niúnián, Year of the Ox or Bull (e.g. 2009)
        Qiānniúxīng, [牽牛星], Altair (star)/Cowherd of the folk tale Cowherd and Weaving maid 牛郎織女|牛郎织女
        yīduìyīdòuniú, [一對一鬥牛], one-on-one basketball game
        dīnggǔniúpái, T-bone steak
        sānduìsāndòuniú, [三對三鬥牛], three-on-three basketball game
        bùjiāniúnǎi, without milk/black (of tea, coffee etc)
        chǒuniú, Year 2, year of the Bull or Ox (e.g. 2009)
        jiǔniúyīmáo, lit. one hair from nine oxen (idiom)/fig. a drop in the ocean
        jiǔniúèrhǔzhīlì, tremendous strength (idiom)
        rénzàoniúyóu, margarine
        Fúniúshān, Funiu mountain range in southwest Henan, an eastern extension of Qinling range 秦...
        zuòniúzuòmǎ, [做牛做馬], lit. to work like an ox, to work like a horse; fig. to work extremely hard
        gējīyānyòngniúdāo, [割雞焉用牛刀], lit. why use a pole-ax to slaughter a chicken? (idiom)/fig. to waste effort on a...
        Wúniújiànyuè, [吳牛見月], cow from Wu is terrified by the moon, mistaking it for the sun
        chuīniúpāimǎ, [吹牛拍馬], to resort to bragging and flattering
        hūniúzuòmǎ, [呼牛作馬], to call sth a cow or a horse (idiom); it doesn't matter what you call it/Insult ...
        hūniúhūmǎ, [呼牛呼馬], to call sth a cow or a horse (idiom); it doesn't matter what you call it/Insult ...
        tǔniú, clay ox/mound of earth on a dike (ready for emergency repairs)
        tǔniúmùmǎ, [土牛木馬], clay ox, wooden horse (idiom); shape without substance/worthless object
        nǎiniúchǎng, [奶牛場], dairy farm
        duìniútánqín, [對牛彈琴], lit. to play the lute to a cow (idiom)/fig. offering a treat to an unappreciativ...
        xiǎoniúròu, veal
        xiǎopìnniú, heifer
        dàiniúpèidú, [帶牛佩犢], to abandon armed struggle and return to raising cattle (idiom)
        dāngniúzuòmǎ, [當牛作馬], to work like a horse and toil like an ox/fig. to slave for sb
        bāwūqiānniú, [扒屋牽牛], to sack the home and lead off the cattle (proverb)/to strip of everything
        dòuniúgěng, [鬥牛㹴], variant of 鬥牛梗|斗牛梗[dòu niú gěng]
        dòuniúshì, [鬥牛士], matador/toreador/bullfighter
        Dòuniúshìzhīgē, [鬥牛士之歌], Toreador Song (Votre toast, je peux vous le rendre), famous aria from opera Carm...
        dòuniúgěng, [鬥牛梗], bull terrier
        wúkéwōniú, [無殼蝸牛], fig. people who cannot afford to buy their own house
        shāniúzǎiyáng, [殺牛宰羊], slaughter the cattle and butcher the sheep/to prepare a big feast (idiom)
        shājīyānyòngniúdāo, [殺雞焉用牛刀], don't use a sledgehammer on a nut/aquila non capit muscam
        zhíwùniúyóu, margarine
        Bǐlìniúsī, Pyrenees mountains
        Bǐlìniúsīshān, Pyrenees mountains
        qìchōngniúdǒu, [氣衝牛斗], extremely angry/infuriated
        qìchuǎnrúniú, [氣喘如牛], (idiom) labored breathing like a cow/to puff like a walrus
        hànniúchōngdòng, [汗牛充棟], lit. enough books to make a pack-ox sweat or to fill a house to the rafters (idi...
        shālǎngniúpái, sirloin steak
        níniúrùhǎi, lit. a clay ox enters the sea (idiom); fig. to disappear with no hope of returni...
        jiānniúbā, beef steak
B         niúbī, variant of 牛屄[niú bī]
        niúzhī, [牛隻], cow/cattle
        NiúTóu/niútóu, [牛頭], Ox-Head, one of the two guardians of the underworld in Chinese mythology, ox hea...
        niútóugěng, [牛頭㹴], variant of 牛頭梗|牛头梗[niú tóu gěng]
        niútóubùduìmǎzuǐ, [牛頭不對馬嘴], doesn't fit
        niútóugěng, [牛頭梗], bull terrier
        niútóuquǎn, [牛頭犬], bulldog
        niúbī, awesome/capable (vulgar)/arrogant/cocky/bastard (vulgar)
        niúshānzhuózhuó, treeless hills (idiom)
        niúniánmǎyuè, [牛年馬月], see 猴年馬月|猴年马月[hóu nián mǎ yuè]
        niúxīn, mulishness/obstinacy
        niúxìng, mulishness/obstinacy
        niúxìngzi, see 牛性[niú xìng]
        niúpáicāntīng, [牛排餐廳], steakhouse/chophouse
        niúliǔ, sirloin
        niúqiáo, [牛橋], Oxbridge/Cambridge and Oxford
        niúzhāng, Cinnamomum kanehirae/small-leaf camphor/stout camphor (indigenous to Taiwan)
        niúbī, variant of 牛屄[niú bī]
        niúyóujǐ, cup cake
        niúyóuguǒ, avocado (Persea americana)
        NiújīnDàxué, [牛津大學], University of Oxford
        niújīnqún, Oxfordshire (English county)
        niúhǎimiánzhuàngnǎobìng, [牛海綿狀腦病], bovine spongiform encephalopathy, BSE/mad cow disease
        niúsōumǎbó, [牛溲馬勃], cow's piss, horse's ulcer (idiom); worthless nonsense/insignificant
        niúdòubìng, cow pox
        niúbǎiyè, [牛百葉], omasum/beef tripe
        niúpísè, buff (color)
        niúhuángsuān, taurine
        niújīncǎo, wire grass (Eleusine indica)
        niúyáng, cattle and sheep/livestock
        niúròuwán, beef meatballs
        niúròugān, [牛肉乾], dried beef/jerky/charqui
        niújǐròu, sirloin (beef joint)
        niúbózi, (coll.) bullheaded/obstinate
        niúlìsū, ox tongue pastry, oval Guangdong pastry made of fried dough, resembling an ox to...
        niúnǎn, brisket (esp. Cantonese)/belly beef/spongy meat from cow's underside and neighbo...
        niúxī, Achyranthes bidentata (root used in Chinese medicine)
        niúxīcǎo, hyssop (Hyssopus officinalis)
        niúzhì, oregano (Origanum vulgare)/marjoram
        niúshé, ox tongue
        niúméng, gadfly (Tabanus bovinus)
        niúyīduìqì, [牛衣對泣], couple living in destitute misery (idiom)
        niújiǎobāo, croissant
        niújiǎojiāo, Cayenne pepper/red pepper/chili
        niújiǎomiànbāo, [牛角麵包], croissant
        niúè, [牛軛], yoke
        niúbī, variant of 牛屄[niú bī]
        niúlángzhīnǚ, [牛郎織女], Cowherd and Weaving maid (characters in folk story)/separated lovers/Altair and ...
        niúbiān, pizzle/bull's penis (served as food)
        Niúdùnlìxué, [牛頓力學], Newtonian mechanics
        niúyǐn, [牛飲], gulp
        niújìtóngcáo, [牛驥同槽], cow and famous steed at the same trough (idiom); fig. the common and the great a...
        niújìtóngzào, [牛驥同皂], cow and famous steed at the same trough (idiom); fig. the common and the great a...
        Niúmówáng, Gyuumao
        Niúbízi, Daoist (facetious)(old)
        mùniú, bull
        māngniú, bull
        qiānniúshǔ, [牽牛屬], Pharbitis, genus of herbaceous plants including Morning glory 牽牛|牵牛 (Pharbitis n...
        zìniú, cow
        jiānniú, bullock
        fēngniú, bison
        piānniú, offspring of a bull and a female yak
        kuíniú, ancient yak of South East China, also known as 犩[wéi]
        kuángniúbìng, mad cow disease/bovine spongiform encephalopathy, BSE
        pífúlóuniú, [皮弗婁牛], beefalo (cross between domestic cattle and bison)
        mùwúquánniú, [目無全牛], to see the ox already cut up into joints (idiom); extremely skilled/able to see ...
        zhēnniú, (slang) really cool, awesome
        zǐjīnniú, Japanese ardisia (Ardisia japonica)
        hóngniúpícài, [紅牛皮菜], chard (Beta vulgaris), a foliage beet
        chúnniúnǎi, [純牛奶], pure milk
        língniú, takin (type of goat-antelope)
        Wēngniútè, Ongniud banner or Ongnuud khoshuu in Chifeng 赤峰[Chì fēng], Inner Mongolia
        Wēngniútèqí, Ongniud banner or Ongnuud khoshuu in Chifeng 赤峰[Chì fēng], Inner Mongolia
        lǎoniúchīnèncǎo, lit. an old cow eats young grass (idiom)/fig. a May-December relationship/a roma...
        lǎoniúlāpòchē, [老牛拉破車], see 老牛破車|老牛破车[lǎo niú pò chē]
        lǎoniúpòchē, [老牛破車], lit. old ox pulling a shabby cart (idiom)/fig. slow and inefficient
        lǎoniúshìdú, [老牛舐犢], lit. an old ox licking its calf (idiom)/fig. (of parents) to dote on one's child...
        Àisàkè·Niúdùn, [艾薩克・牛頓], Sir Isaac Newton (1642-1727), British mathematician and physicist
        jièlánniúròu, [芥蘭牛肉], beef with broccoli
        càiniú, beef cattle (grown for meat)
        fēilìniúpái, fillet steak
        Měngniú, [矇牛], China Mengniu Dairy Company Limited
        wōxíngniúbù, [蝸行牛步], lit. to crawl like a snail and plod along like an old ox (idiom)/fig. to move at...
        yàojiāniúnǎi, with milk/white (of tea, coffee etc)
        fǎnquànhuángniú, [返券黃牛], "shopping coupon scalper", sb who sells unwanted or returned shopping coupons to...
        Jīnniú, Taurus (star sign)/Jinniu district of Chengdu city 成都市[Chéng dū shì], Sichuan
        Jīnniúqū, [金牛區], Jinniu district of Chengdu city 成都市[Chéng dū shì], Sichuan
        zuānniújiǎo, [鑽牛角], lit. honing a bull's horn; fig. to waste time on an insoluble or insignificant p...
        tiěbǎnniúliǔ, [鐵板牛柳], fillet beef teppanyaki (fast grilled on hot iron plate)
        tiěbǎnniúròu, [鐵板牛肉], beef grilled on a hot iron plate
        qīngjiāoniúliǔ, beef with green peppers
        yǎngniú, cattle harnessed for plowing
        dǐngniúr, [頂牛兒], to push with the forehead/to lock horns/to be at loggerheads
        huángniúpiào, [黃牛票], scalped tickets
        bíniúr, [鼻牛兒], hardened mucus in nostrils

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