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        Suì/suì, abbr. for Guangzhou 廣州|广州[Guǎng zhōu], ear of grain/fringe/tassel
        màisuì, [麥穗], ear of wheat
        dàosuì, rice ear
        Sānsuì, Sansui county in Qiandongnan Miao and Dong autonomous prefecture 黔東南州|黔东南州[Qián ...
        Sānsuìxiàn, [三穗縣], Sansui county in Qiandongnan Miao and Dong autonomous prefecture 黔東南州|黔东南州[Qián ...
        tǔsuì, to have the ears of grain come up
        yùnsuì, the embryonic development of grain while still on the stem
        Nònggǎngsuìméi, [弄崗穗鶥], (bird species of China) Nonggang babbler (Stachyris nonggangensis)
        jiēsuì, scion (branch or bud that is grafted onto rootstock)
        bānjǐngsuìméi, [斑頸穗鶥], (bird species of China) spot-necked babbler (Stachyris strialata)
        guǒsuì, ear (of corn or sorghum etc)/bunch (of grapes)/infructescence
        Ruìsuì, Ruisui or Juisui township in Hualien County 花蓮縣|花莲县[Huā lián Xiàn], east Taiwan
        Ruìsuìxiāng, [瑞穗鄉], Ruisui or Juisui township in Hualien County 花蓮縣|花莲县[Huā lián Xiàn], east Taiwan
        suìshì, [穗飾], tassel
        suìbī, (bird species of China) northern wheatear (Oenanthe oenanthe)
        hóngtóusuìméi, [紅頭穗鶥], (bird species of China) rufous-capped babbler (Stachyridopsis ruficeps)
        hóngésuìméi, [紅額穗鶥], (bird species of China) rufous-fronted babbler (Stachyridopsis rufifrons)
        gǔsuì, [穀穗], ear of grain/gerbe (used on coats of arms)
        jīntóusuìméi, [金頭穗鶥], (bird species of China) golden babbler (Stachyridopsis chrysaea)
        hēitóusuìméi, [黑頭穗鶥], (bird species of China) grey-throated babbler (Stachyris nigriceps)
        hēikēsuìméi, [黑頦穗鶥], (bird species of China) black-chinned babbler (Stachyridopsis pyrrhops)
        qíméisuìr, [齊眉穗兒], bangs (hair)

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