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        gānzàng, [肝臟], liver
        gān, liver/CL:葉|叶[yè],個|个[gè]
        xīngān, darling/(in negative sentences) heart/humanity
        gānyán, hepatitis
        xīngānbǎobèi, [心肝寶貝], precious darling (often refers to one's child)/sweetheart
        gānyìnghuà, cirrhosis
        gānái, liver cancer
        gānhuǒ, irascibility/irritability/(TCM) inflammation of the liver
        yúgānyóu, [魚肝油], cod liver oil
        yǐgān, hepatitis B
        gānchángcùnduàn, [肝腸寸斷], lit. liver and guts cut to pieces (idiom)/fig. grief-stricken
        gānbìng, liver disease
        niúgānjùn, porcino (Boletus edulis)
        jiǎgān, hepatitis A
        dīngxínggānyán, hepatitis D
        bǐngxínggānyán, hepatitis C
        yǐxínggānyán, hepatitis B
        pōugānlìdǎn, [剖肝瀝膽], to be completely honest and sincere (idiom)
        dònggānhuǒ, [動肝火], to get angry
        hǎoxīndàozuòlelǘgānfēi, [好心倒做了驢肝肺], lit. to mistake good intentions for a donkey's liver and lungs (idiom)/fig. to m...
        jǐxínggānyán, hepatitis F
        bāxīnbāgān, with all one's heart (dialect)
        wùxínggānyán, hepatitis E
        pīgānlìdǎn, [披肝瀝膽], lit. to open one's liver and drip gall (idiom); wholehearted loyalty
        jiūxīnbāgān, (idiom) extremely anxious/anguished
        jiǎxínggānyán, hepatitis A
        shūgānlǐqì, [疏肝理氣], to course the liver and rectify 氣|气[qì] (TCM)
        bìngdúxìnggānyán, viral hepatitis
        měiwèiniúgānjùn, porcino (Boletus edulis)
        gānxīchóng, [肝吸蟲], liver fluke
        gāntáng, glycogen
        gāndǎnxiāngzhào, [肝膽相照], to treat one another with absolute sincerity (idiom); to show total devotion
        gānnǎotúdì, [肝腦塗地], to offer one's life in sacrifice
        gāntáng, (Tw) glycogen
        féigān, foie gras
        zhīfánggān, fatty liver
        égān, [鵝肝], foie gras
        lónggānfèngdǎn, [龍肝鳳膽], rare food/ambrosia (delicacy)

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