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        yāo, waist/lower back/pocket/middle/loins
        yāodài, [腰帶], belt
        wānyāo, [彎腰], to stoop
        yāobù, waist/small of the back
        yāobāo, waist purse (old)/(fig.) purse/pocket/waist pack/fanny pack/bum bag
        tāoyāobāo, to dip into one's pocket/to pay out of pocket/to foot the bill
        yāozhuī, lumbar vertebra (lower backbone)
        yāoguǒ, cashew nuts
        chēngyāo, [撐腰], to support/to brace
        yāowéi, [腰圍], waist measurement/girth
        kùyāodài, [褲腰帶], waistband
        yāochánwànguàn, [腰纏萬貫], lit. ten thousand strings of cash in money belt (idiom); carrying lots of money/...
        lǎnyāo, [懶腰], a stretch (of one's body)
        yāozi, kidney
        zhéyāo, to bend at the waist/to bow/(fig.) to bow to/to submit
        hòuyāo, [後腰], lower back/(sports) defensive midfielder
        shānyāo, halfway up a mountain/lit. waist of mountain
        yāobǎn, waist and back/fig. upright and still healthy
        diǎntóuhāyāo, [點頭哈腰], to nod one's head and bow (idiom); bowing and scraping/unctuous fawning
        shēnlǎnyāo, [伸懶腰], to stretch oneself (on waking or when tired etc)
        yāozhuījiānpán, [腰椎間盤], intervertebral disk
        chāyāo, to put one's hands on one's hips/also written 插腰[chā yāo]
        kùyāo, [褲腰], waist of trousers/waistband
        lányāo, [攔腰], (hitting) squarely in the middle/(slicing) across the middle/to hold by the wais...
        yāozhī, waist
        máoyāo, [貓腰], to bend over
        hāyāo, to bend
        xiàyāo, (gymnastics) to do a bridge/to do a crab
        shūyāo, [書腰], (Tw) (publishing) belly band (paper sash around a book, outside the dust jacket)
        zhàngyāo, to back sb up/to support (from the rear)
        bànzhōngyāo, middle/halfway
        bànyāo, middle/halfway
        xiǎobáiyāoyǔyàn, (bird species of China) house swift (Apus nipalensis)
        gōngyāo, to bow/to bend at the waist
        wānyāotuóbèi, [彎腰駝背], slouch/stoop/poor posture
        niǔyāo, to sway one's hips/to twist one's waist
        tǐngyāo, to straighten one's back/to arch one's back
        chāyāo, to put one's hands on one's hips
        dāyāo, harness pad (on draft animal)
        bānyāoyàn, (bird species of China) striated swallow (Cecropis striolata)
        shùyāo, girdle
        máoyāo, (dialect) to bend over
        shuǐshéyāo, slender and supple waist/lithe body/feminine pose
        dànhuángyāoliǔyīng, [淡黃腰柳鶯], (bird species of China) lemon-rumped warbler (Phylloscopus chloronotus)
        xióngyāohǔbèi, waist of a bear and back of a tiger/tough and stocky build
        báiyāochāwěihǎiyàn, (bird species of China) Leach's storm petrel (Oceanodroma leucorhoa)
        báiyāowénniǎo, [白腰文鳥], (bird species of China) white-rumped munia (Lonchura striata)
        báiyāozhūdǐngquè, [白腰朱頂雀], (bird species of China) common redpoll (Acanthis flammea)
        báiyāosháoyù, [白腰杓鷸], (bird species of China) Eurasian curlew (Numenius arquata)
        báiyāobīnyù, [白腰濱鷸], (bird species of China) white-rumped sandpiper (Calidris fuscicollis)
        báiyāoyànōu, [白腰燕鷗], (bird species of China) Aleutian tern (Onychoprion aleuticus)
        báiyāocǎoyù, [白腰草鷸], (bird species of China) green sandpiper (Tringa ochropus)
        báiyāoxuěquè, (bird species of China) white-rumped snowfinch (Onychostruthus taczanowskii)
        báiyāoquèqú, [白腰鵲鴝], (bird species of China) white-rumped shama (Copsychus malabaricus)
        zhànzheshuōhuàbùyāoténg, [站著說話不腰疼], it's all very well to talk, but getting things done is another matter (idiom)/to...
        děngyāosānjiǎoxíng, isosceles triangle
        hóngyāozhūquè, [紅腰朱雀], (bird species of China) red-mantled rosefinch (Carpodacus rhodochlamys)
        xiānyāo, [纖腰], slender waistline
        xìyāo, [細腰], slender waist/fig. pretty woman/mortise and tenon joint on a coffin
        yāofēng, wide belt/sash/(packaging) paper sash around a book or other product
        yāozhǎn, [腰斬], to chop sb in half at the waist (capital punishment)/to cut sth in half/to reduc...
        yāogǎnzi, [腰桿子], waist/small of the back/(fig.) backing
        yāoguǒjīdīng, [腰果雞丁], chicken with cashew nuts
        yāozhuījiānpántūchū, [腰椎間盤突出], slipped disk/vertebral herniation/prolapsed disk
        yāozhuījiānpántūchūzhèng, [腰椎間盤突出症], herniated lumbar disk
        yāowō, [腰窩], dimples of Venus/back dimples
        yāoròu, loin
        yāokuà, hips/waist
        yāojīnyīzǐ, golden seal at the waist, purple gown (idiom); in official position
        yāojiān, [腰間], waist
        yāojì, [腰際], waist/hips
        yāogǔ, lumbar vertebrae
        yāogǔ, waist drum/waist-drum dance (Han ethnic group folk dance)
        bǎngdàyāoyuán, [膀大腰圓], tall and strong/burly/beefy
        lányāoduǎnwěiyīngwǔ, [藍腰短尾鸚鵡], (bird species of China) blue-rumped parrot (Psittinus cyanurus)
        hǔbèixióngyāo, back of a tiger and waist of a bear/tough and stocky build
        mǎyǐyāo, [螞蟻腰], (coll.) tiny waist
        zhuànyāozi, [轉腰子], (coll.) to pace around nervously/to speak indirectly/to beat about the bush
        jīnyāoyàn, (bird species of China) red-rumped swallow (Cecropis daurica)
        kàoyāo, (lit.) to cry from hunger (from Taiwanese 哭枵, Tai-lo pr. [khàu-iau])/(slang) (Tw...
        huángyāoxiǎngmìliè, [黃腰響蜜鴷], (bird species of China) yellow-rumped honeyguide (Indicator xanthonotus)
        huángyāotàiyángniǎo, [黃腰太陽鳥], (bird species of China) crimson sunbird (Aethopyga siparaja)
        huángyāoliǔyīng, [黃腰柳鶯], (bird species of China) Pallas's leaf warbler (Phylloscopus proregulus)
        hēiyāobīnyù, [黑腰濱鷸], (bird species of China) Baird's sandpiper (Calidris bairdii)

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