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        mìfēng, bee/honeybee/CL:隻|只[zhī],群[qún]
        fēng, [䗬]/[蠭], variant of 蜂[fēng], bee/wasp, old variant of 蜂[fēng]
        fēngmì, honey
        huángfēng, [黃蜂], wasp
        fēngniǎo, [蜂鳥], hummingbird
        fēngwō, [蜂窩], bee's nest/honeycomb/fig. honeycomb figure
        fēngcháo, beehive/wasp's nest/honeycomb/fig. honeycomb figure
        fēngfáng, hive/honeycomb
        fēngyōng, [蜂擁], to flock (to see)/to mill/to throng
        xióngfēng, drone (bee)
        fēngqún, bee colony/swarm/CL:隊|队[duì]
        gōngfēng, worker bee
        fēngmíngqì, [蜂鳴器], buzzer
        yīwōfēng, [一窩蜂], like a swarm of bees/everyone swarms around pushing and shouting/a hornet's nest
        fēngxiāng, beehive
        mǎfēng, [馬蜂], hornet
        fēnglà, [蜂蠟], beeswax
        zhāofēngyǐndié, (of a flower) to attract bees and butterflies/(fig.) to attract the opposite sex...
        fēngwáng, queen bee
        mǔfēng, queen bee
        fēngwōméi, [蜂窩煤], hexagonal household coal briquet
        yǎngfēng, [養蜂], to raise bees
        yǎngfēngyè, [養蜂業], beekeeping/apiculture
        yǎngfēngrén, [養蜂人], beekeeper/apiculturist
        fèngtóufēngyīng, [鳳頭蜂鷹], (bird species of China) crested honey buzzard (Pernis ptilorhynchus)
        dàhǔtóufēng, [大虎頭蜂], Asian giant hornet (Vespa mandarinia)
        dàhuángfēng, [大黃蜂], bumblebee
        cǎihóngfēnghǔ, (bird species of China) rainbow bee-eater (Merops ornatus)
        tǒngmǎfēngwō, [捅馬蜂窩], to poke through a hornets' nest/to attack a difficult task resolutely
        lìhóufēnghǔ, (bird species of China) blue-tailed bee-eater (Merops philippinus)
        lìtóufēnghǔ, [栗頭蜂虎], (bird species of China) chestnut-headed bee-eater (Merops leschenaulti)
        xióngfēng, bumblebee
绿         lǜhóufēnghǔ, [綠喉蜂虎], (bird species of China) green bee-eater (Merops orientalis)
        húfēng, wasp/hornet
        lánhóufēnghǔ, [藍喉蜂虎], (bird species of China) blue-throated bee-eater (Merops viridis)
        lánxūyèfēnghǔ, [藍鬚夜蜂虎], (bird species of China) blue-bearded bee-eater (Nyctyornis athertoni)
        hǔtóufēng, [虎頭蜂], hornet
        mǎfēng, [螞蜂], variant of 馬蜂|马蜂[mǎ fēng]
        fēngrǔ, royal jelly
        fēnghòu, queen bee
        fēngcháowèi, reticulum (second stomach of ruminants, with honeycomb pattern)/tripe
        fēngdú, wasp poison
        fēngyǒng, [蜂湧], to swarm/to flock
        fēngwángrǔ, royal jelly
        fēngwángjiāng, [蜂王漿], royal jelly
        fēngwángjīng, royal jelly
        fēnghuángjiāng, [蜂皇漿], royal jelly
        fēnggāo, sponge cake (light steamed flour or rice cake)
        fēngjù, to swarm/to congregate in masses
        fēngjiāo, [蜂膠], propolis
        fēngmìshūzi, honeycomb
        fēngmìjiǔ, mead
        fēngzhē, bee sting
        fēngqǐ, to swarm/to rise in masses
        mìfēngfáng, beehive
        jīnxiǎofēng, a parisitoid wasp (genus Nasonia)
        huánghóufēnghǔ, [黃喉蜂虎], (bird species of China) European bee-eater (Merops apiaster)

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