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        mángmù, blind/blindly/ignorant/lacking understanding
        mángrén, blind person
        máng, blind
        wénmáng, illiterate
        mángdiǎn, [盲點], blind spot
        mángwén, braille/literature in braille
        mángcóng, [盲從], to follow blindly/to conform slavishly/unthinking obedience
        sèmáng, color-blind/color blindness
        mángcháng, [盲腸], appendix (anatomy)/cecum
        mángqū, [盲區], blind spot
        sǎománg, [掃盲], to wipe out illiteracy
        yèmángzhèng, night blindness/nyctalopia
        mángliú, (PRC) flow of people from the countryside into the cities/rural migrant without ...
        kēmáng, person who is ignorant about science and technology/scientific illiteracy
        zhòngmángmōxiàng, [眾盲摸象], multitude of blind people touch an elephant (idiom, from Nirvana sutra 大般涅槃經|大般涅...
        bànwénmáng, semiliterate
        dānmáng, [單盲], single-blind (scientific experiment)
        shuāngmáng, [雙盲], double-blind (scientific experiment)
        dǎomángquǎn, [導盲犬], guide dog (for the blind)/Seeing Eye dog
        yuèmángzhèng, moon blindness/equine recurrent uveitis
        qiúdàoyúmáng, [求道於盲], see 問道於盲|问道于盲[wèn dào yú máng]
        mùmáng, blind/blindness
        mángrénmōxiàng, blind people touch an elephant (idiom, from Nirvana sutra 大般涅槃經|大般涅盘经[dà bān Niè...
        mángrénménqiú, [盲人門球], goalball (Paralympic sport)
        mángpǐn, blind taste testing
        mángnáng, cecum (anatomy)/appendix
        mángzì, braille
        mángdǎ, to touch-type
        mángzhàng, white cane (used by the blind)
        mángfǎ, blinding/masking (in scientific experiments)
        mángduān, cecum (start of the colon, linking it to small intestine)
        mángchángyán, [盲腸炎], appendicitis
        mángbāo, visually impaired person (Tw)
        mángmán, [盲鰻], hagfish (jawless proto-fish of class Myxini)
        tuōmáng, [脫盲], to acquire literacy/to throw off blindness
        liǎnmángzhèng, [臉盲症], prosopagnosia/face blindness
        shìmáng, [視盲], blindness
        wèndàoyúmáng, [問道於盲], lit. to ask a blind man the way (idiom)/fig. to seek advice from an incompetent
        quèmáng, night blindness
        qiǎomangyǎn, night blindness (dialect)

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