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        ne/ní, particle indicating that a previously asked question is to be applied to the pre...
        zhene, [著呢], comes at the end of the sentence to indicate a strong degree/quite/rather
        huāní, tweed/checkered cloth
        nínán, (onom.) twittering of birds/whispering/murmuring
        zhìfúní, tweed cloth (used for military uniforms etc)
        huádání, [華達呢], gabardine (loanword)
        nízi, woolen cloth
        táimiànní, [臺面呢], baize/felt (esp. billiards table cover)
        níní, garrulous/talkative
        níníchīchī, [呢呢癡癡], docile
        nínánxìyǔ, [呢喃細語], whispering in a low voice (idiom); murmuring
        ǎnmaníbāmīhōng, Om Mani Padme Hum (Sanskrit), or Om Mani Peme Hung (Tibetan), the Avalokiteshvar...
        zěnmeshuōne, [怎麼說呢], Why is that?/How come?
        xiéwénruǎnní, [斜紋軟呢], tweed
        géziní, tartan/plaid
        gézihuāní, tartan/plaid
        guǎntāne, don’t worry about (it, him etc)/doesn’t matter/whatever/anyway
        ruǎnní, [軟呢], tweed

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