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        gūniang, girl/young woman/young lady/daughter/paternal aunt (old)/CL:個|个[gè]
        niáng, [孃], mother/young lady/(coll.) effeminate, variant of 娘[niáng]
        xīnniáng, bride
        niángniangqiāng, sissy/effeminate
        bànniáng, bridesmaid/maid of honor/matron of honor
        Huīgūniang, Cinderella/a sudden rags-to-riches celebrity
        póniáng, woman (derog.)
        niángniang, queen/empress/imperial concubine/Goddess, esp. Xi Wangmu 王母娘娘 or 西王母, Queen Moth...
        lǎoniáng, my old mother/I, this old woman/my old lady (colloquial)/maternal grandmother/mi...
        niángjia, married woman's parents' home
        lǎobǎnniáng, [老闆娘], female proprietor/lady boss/boss's wife
        niángzǐ, (dialect) form of address for one's wife/polite form of address for a woman
        niángrmen, [娘兒們], (dialect) woman/wife
        nǎiniáng, (dialect) wet nurse
        niángtāi, womb
        zhàngmǔniáng, wife's mother/mother-in-law/same as 丈母
        diēniáng, (dialect) parents
        dàniáng, (coll.) father's older brother's wife/aunt (polite address)
        hóngniáng, [紅娘], matchmaker
        màniáng, [罵娘], to curse (at sb)/to call sb names
        lǎodàniáng, old lady/Madam (polite address)/CL:位[wèi]
        fǎngzhīniáng, [紡織孃], katydid/long-horned grasshopper
        gānniáng, [乾娘], adoptive mother (traditional adoption, i.e. without legal ramifications)
        tāniángde, same as 他媽的|他妈的[tā mā de]
        bànlǎoXúniáng, middle-aged but still attractive woman/lady of a certain age
        hòuniáng, [後娘], stepmother (coll.)
        xǐniáng, matron of honor (old)
        huíniángjiā, (of a wife) to return to her parental home/(fig.) to return to one's old place, ...
        TiānsūnNiángniáng, [天孫娘娘], Goddess of Fertility
        tiānyàoluòyǔ,niángyàojiàrén, the rain will fall, the womenfolk will marry (idiom)/fig. the natural order of t...
        lǎoniáng, maternal grandmother (dialectal)
        yíniáng, maternal aunt/father's concubine (old)
        niángmā, [娘媽], (coll.) woman
        Niángniángmiào, [娘娘廟], temple of Goddess of Fertility
        niángjiaxìng, maiden name (of married woman)
        niángxīpǐ, (dialect) fuck!
        Niángrě, Nyonya/see 峇峇娘惹[Bā bā Niáng rě]
        niángpào, variant of 娘炮[niáng pào]
        niángpào, (slang) effeminate man/sissy/effeminate
        niángde, same as 媽的|妈的[mā de]
        zǐsūnniángniang, [子孫娘娘], goddess of fertility
        jiāniáng, (dialect) husband's mother
        BābāNiángrě, Peranakan Chinese (Baba-Nyonya), an ethnic group of Chinese residing in the Mala...
        Dùniáng, alternative name for Baidu 百度[Bǎi dù]
        Xúniángbànlǎo, middle-aged but still attractive woman/lady of a certain age
        xīnniángzi, see 新娘[xīn niáng]
        xīnjiàniáng, bride
便         yǒunǎibiànshìniáng, lit. whoever provides milk is your mother (idiom)/fig. to follow whoever is feed...
        yǒunǎijiùshìniáng, see 有奶便是娘[yǒu nǎi biàn shì niáng]
        DùQiūniánggē, song of lady Du Qiu, poem by Du Mu 杜牧
        táojīnniáng, rose myrtle (Myrtus communis)
        táojīnniángkē, Myrtaceae (family including myrtle, rosemary, oregano etc)
        zhènggōngniángniáng, [正宮娘娘], empress
        gǒuniángyǎngde, [狗娘養的], son of a bitch
        Wángmǔniángniáng, another name for Xi Wangmu 西王母, Queen Mother of the West
        hónggūniang, [紅姑娘], Chinese lantern plant/winter cherry/strawberry ground-cherry/Physalis alkekengi
        hóngsèniángzijūn, [紅色孃子軍], Red Detachment of Women
        wǔniáng, [舞孃], female dancer
        zǒuniángjiā, (of a wife) to visit one's parental home
        huánghuāgūniang, [黃花姑娘], maiden/virgin girl

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