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劉備


刘备

see styles
liú bèi / liu2 bei4
liu pei
 ryuubi / ryubi / りゅうび
 Scroll
Liu Bei (161-223), warlord at the end of the Han dynasty and founder of the Han kingdom of Shu 蜀漢|蜀汉 (c. 200-263), later the Shu Han dynasty
(personal name) Ryuubi

卡洛斯

see styles
kǎ luò sī / ka3 luo4 si1
k`a lo ssu / ka lo ssu
 Scroll
Carlos (name)

夏洛特

see styles
xià luò tè / xia4 luo4 te4
hsia lo t`e / hsia lo te
 Scroll
Charlotte (name)

美容店

see styles
měi róng diàn / mei3 rong2 dian4
mei jung tien
 biyouten / biyoten / びようてん
 Scroll
beauty salon; CL:家[jia1]
(See 美容院・びよういん,美容室・びようしつ) beauty salon; beauty parlor

美容院

see styles
měi róng yuàn / mei3 rong2 yuan4
mei jung yüan
 biyouin / biyoin / びよういん
 Scroll
beauty salon; lady's hair parlor
beauty parlour; beauty parlor; beauty salon; hairdressing salon

see styles
duǒ / duo3
to
flower; earlobe; fig. item on both sides; classifier for flowers, clouds etc


see styles
/ lu3
lu
 yagura / やぐら
scull (single oar worked from side to side over the stern of a boat) (free word)
Japanese scull (oar attached to the rear of the boat by a traditional peg-in-hole oarlock); (1) turret; watchtower; (2) high wooden stage; scaffolding; (3) wooden frame (of a kotatsu); (4) (archaism) weapons storehouse; (surname) Yagura


see styles
/ lu3
lu
 ro / ろ
variant of 櫓|橹[lu3]
Japanese scull (oar attached to the rear of the boat by a traditional peg-in-hole oarlock)

お次

see styles
 otsugi / おつぎ (noun - becomes adjective with の) (1) (polite language) (honorific or respectful language) next; next person; (2) room adjoining a noble's parlor

倡婦


倡妇

see styles
chāng fù / chang1 fu4
ch`ang fu / chang fu
 shōbu / しょうふ
prostitute; harlot
[female] singers

傾危


倾危

see styles
qīng wēi / qing1 wei1
ch`ing wei / ching wei
in danger of collapse; in a parlous state; (of person) treacherous

前室

see styles
 zenshitsu / ぜんしつ (1) front room; front parlor; lobby; anticum; (2) anterior ventricle; (surname) Maemuro

劉淵


刘渊

see styles
liú yuān / liu2 yuan1
liu yüan
 ryuuen / ryuen / りゅうえん
Liu Yuan, warlord at the end of the Western Jin dynasty 西晋, founder of Cheng Han of the Sixteen Kingdoms 成漢|成汉 (304-347)
(personal name) Ryuuen

劉表


刘表

see styles
liú biǎo / liu2 biao3
liu piao
Liu Biao (142-208), warlord

包間


包间

see styles
bāo jiān / bao1 jian1
pao chien
private room (in a restaurant, or for karaoke etc); parlor; booth; compartment

北伐

see styles
běi fá / bei3 fa2
pei fa
the Northern Expedition, the Nationalists' campaign of 1926-1928 under Chiang Kai-shek, against the rule of local warlords

呂布


吕布

see styles
lǚ bù / lu:3 bu4
lü pu
 ryofu / りょふ
Lü Bu (-198), general and warlord
(personal name) Ryofu

大寄

see styles
 ooyose / おおよせ (1) calling many harlots and entertainers and have a big party; (2) starting an important maneuver at the end of a game of go; (place-name, surname) Ooyori

奉系

see styles
fèng xì / feng4 xi4
feng hsi
Fengtian clique (of northern warlords)

娼妓

see styles
chāng jì / chang1 ji4
ch`ang chi / chang chi
 shougi / shogi / しょうぎ
prostitute
prostitute; harlot

娼婦


娼妇

see styles
chāng fù / chang1 fu4
ch`ang fu / chang fu
 shoufu / shofu / しょうふ
prostitute
prostitute; harlot

婬婦

see styles
 inpu / いんぷ (1) woman of loose morals; lewd woman; (2) prostitute; whore; harlot

孫權


孙权

see styles
sūn quán / sun1 quan2
sun ch`üan / sun chüan
Sun Quan (reigned 222-252), southern warlord and king of state of Wu 吳|吴 in the Three Kingdoms period

孫策


孙策

see styles
sūn cè / sun1 ce4
sun ts`e / sun tse
 sonsaku / そんさく
Sun Ce (175-200), general and major warlord of the Later Han Dynasty
(personal name) Sonsaku

客堂

see styles
kè táng / ke4 tang2
k`o t`ang / ko tang
 kakudō
room to meet guests; parlor
guest department

客間


客间

see styles
kè jiān / ke4 jian1
k`o chien / ko chien
 kyakuma / きゃくま
drawing room; parlor; parlour; guest room
guest room

家臣

see styles
jiā chén / jia1 chen2
chia ch`en / chia chen
 kashin / かしん
counselor of king or feudal warlord; henchman
(noun - becomes adjective with の) vassal; retainer

御次

see styles
 otsugi / おつぎ (noun - becomes adjective with の) (1) (polite language) (honorific or respectful language) next; next person; (2) room adjoining a noble's parlor

曹操

see styles
cáo cāo / cao2 cao1
ts`ao ts`ao / tsao tsao
 sousou / soso / そうそう
Cao Cao (155-220), famous statesman and general at the end of Han, noted poet and calligrapher, later warlord, founder and first king of Cao Wei 曹魏, father of Emperor Cao Pi 曹丕; the main villain of novel the Romance of Three Kingdoms 三國演義|三国演义
(person) Cao Cao (155-220), famous statesman and general at the end of Han, noted poet and calligrapher, later warlord, founder and first king of Cao Wei, father of Emperor Cao Pi; the main villain of novel the Romance of Three Kingdoms

曹錕


曹锟

see styles
cáo kūn / cao2 kun1
ts`ao k`un / tsao kun
Cao Kun (1862-1938), one of the Northern Warlords

楊森


杨森

see styles
yáng sēn / yang2 sen1
yang sen
Yang Sen (1884-1977), Sichuan warlord and general

櫓杭

see styles
 rogui / ろぐい fulcrum peg (fitted into the cavity in an oar as part of a traditional oarlock)

櫓臍

see styles
 robeso / ろべそ (obscure) fulcrum peg (fitted into the cavity in an oar as part of a traditional oarlock)

淫婦


淫妇

see styles
yín fù / yin2 fu4
yin fu
 inpu / いんぷ
loose woman; prostitute; Jezebel
(1) woman of loose morals; lewd woman; (2) prostitute; whore; harlot

淫行

see styles
yín xíng / yin2 xing2
yin hsing
 inkou / inko / いんこう
wanton or lascivious behavior; adulterous behavior
obscenity; harlotry

王敦

see styles
wáng dūn / wang2 dun1
wang tun
Wang Dun (266-324), powerful general of Jin dynasty and brother of civil official Wang Dao 王導|王导, subsequently rebellious warlord 322-324

男巫

see styles
nán wū / nan2 wu1
nan wu
wizard; warlock

福耳

see styles
 fukumimi / ふくみみ plump ears (large, fleshy earlobes), said to bring good fortune

群雄

see styles
qún xióng / qun2 xiong2
ch`ün hsiung / chün hsiung
 gunyuu / gunyu / ぐんゆう
outstanding heroes; warlords vying for supremacy (in former times); stars (of sports or pop music)
rival chiefs

耳垂

see styles
ěr chuí / er3 chui2
erh ch`ui / erh chui
earlobe

耳当

see styles
 jitou / jito / じとう (archaism) earplug (traditional jewellery worn in the earlobe, popular in Han-dynasty China)

耳朶

see styles
 mimitabu / みみたぶ    jida / じだ earlobe

艪杭

see styles
 rogui / ろぐい fulcrum peg (fitted into the cavity in an oar as part of a traditional oarlock)

艪臍

see styles
 robeso / ろべそ (obscure) fulcrum peg (fitted into the cavity in an oar as part of a traditional oarlock)

袁紹


袁绍

see styles
yuán shào / yuan2 shao4
yüan shao
 enshou / ensho / えんしょう
Yuan Shao (153-202), general during late Han, subsequently warlord
(personal name) Enshou

諸侯


诸侯

see styles
zhū hóu / zhu1 hou2
chu hou
 shokou / shoko / しょこう
feudal vassal; feudal princes, esp. the monarchs (dukes or princes) of the several vassal states 諸侯國|诸侯国 of Zhou during Western Zhou and Spring and Autumn periods 11th-5th century BC; subordinate warlord; local official
princes; lords

貂蟬


貂蝉

see styles
diāo chán / diao1 chan2
tiao ch`an / tiao chan
Diaochan (-192), one of the four legendary beauties 四大美女[si4 da4 mei3 nu:3], in fiction a famous beauty at the break-up of Han dynasty, given as concubine to usurping warlord Dong Zhuo 董卓[Dong3 Zhuo2] to ensure his overthrow by fighting hero Lü Bu 呂布|吕布[Lu:3 Bu4]

軍閥


军阀

see styles
jun fá / jun1 fa2
chün fa
 gunbatsu / ぐんばつ
military clique; junta; warlord
military clique or party

遊女

see styles
 yuujo / yujo / ゆうじょ prostitute; harlot

釘師

see styles
 kugishi / くぎし (colloquialism) pachinko nail adjuster; pachinko parlor employee who adjusts the machines to regulate profit and loss

錢皮


钱皮

see styles
qián pí / qian2 pi2
ch`ien p`i / chien pi
Carlo Azeglio Ciampi (1920-), president of Italy from 1999 to 2006

雀荘

see styles
 jansou / janso / ジャンそう (mahj) mahjong parlour; mahjong parlor

項羽


项羽

see styles
xiàng yǔ / xiang4 yu3
hsiang yü
 kouu / kou / こうう
Xiang Yu the Conqueror (232-202 BC), warlord defeated by first Han emperor
(person) Xiang Yu (aka Kou U) (232 BC-202 BC), general in the late Qin period, defeated by Liu Bang, founder of the Han Dynasty

飛過


飞过

see styles
fēi guò / fei1 guo4
fei kuo
 tobisugi / とびすぎ
to fly over; to fly past
(1) (archaism) passing by flying; (2) (archaism) fickle heart; man who frequently meets with harlots

馬洛


马洛

see styles
mǎ luò / ma3 luo4
ma lo
Marlow (name)

パチ屋

see styles
 pachiya / パチや (colloquialism) pachinko parlor

ピザ屋

see styles
 pizaya / ピザや pizzeria; pizza parlor (parlour); pizza place

ヘルス

see styles
 herusu / ヘルス (1) health; (2) (abbreviation) (See ファッションヘルス) type of brothel-massage parlor (parlour)

入れ子

see styles
 ireko / いれこ (1) nest (of boxes); nesting; (2) concealed information; (3) adopting a child after one's own has died; child adopted in this manner; (4) cavity in an oar (fitted onto a peg as part of a traditional oarlock)

入れ籠

see styles
 ireko / いれこ (1) nest (of boxes); nesting; (2) concealed information; (3) cavity in an oar (fitted onto a peg as part of a traditional oarlock)

北洋系

see styles
běi yáng xì / bei3 yang2 xi4
pei yang hsi
Beiyang faction of Northern Warlords

北洋軍


北洋军

see styles
běi yáng jun / bei3 yang2 jun1
pei yang chün
north China army, a modernizing Western-style army set up during late Qing, and a breeding ground for the Northern Warlords after the Qinghai revolution

司馬懿


司马懿

see styles
sī mǎ yì / si1 ma3 yi4
ssu ma i
Sima Yi (179-251), warlord under Cao Cao and subsequently founder of the Jin dynasty

奥座敷

see styles
 okuzashiki / おくざしき (See 表座敷) inner parlor; inner parlour; salon; living room

妖術師


妖术师

see styles
yāo shù shī / yao1 shu4 shi1
yao shu shih
 youjutsushi / yojutsushi / ようじゅつし
warlock; sorcerer
necromancer

孫傳芳


孙传芳

see styles
sūn chuán fāng / sun1 chuan2 fang1
sun ch`uan fang / sun chuan fang
Sun Chuanfang (1885-1935) one of the northern warlord, murdered in Tianjin in 1935

張作霖


张作霖

see styles
zhāng zuò lín / zhang1 zuo4 lin2
chang tso lin
 chousakurin / chosakurin / ちょうさくりん
Zhang Zuolin (c. 1873-1928), warlord of Manchuria 1916-1928
(person) Chang Tso-lin (Zhang Zuolin) (1875-1928)

張學良


张学良

see styles
zhāng xué liáng / zhang1 xue2 liang2
chang hsüeh liang
Zhang Xueliang (1901-2001) son of Fengtian clique warlord, then senior general for the Nationalists and subsequently for the People's Liberation Army

徐世昌

see styles
xú shì chāng / xu2 shi4 chang1
hsü shih ch`ang / hsü shih chang
Xu Shichang (1855-1939), politician associated with the Northern Warlords, president of China in 1921

応接室

see styles
 ousetsushitsu / osetsushitsu / おうせつしつ (1) drawing room; parlour; parlor; (2) reception office

応接間

see styles
 ousetsuma / osetsuma / おうせつま reception room; parlor; parlour

愛敬紅

see styles
 aikyoubeni / aikyobeni / あいきょうべに (1) lipstick that actors put on their earlobes, cheeks and corners of eyes; (2) lipstick discreetly put on the earlobes or the corners of the eyes (by women)

會客室


会客室

see styles
huì kè shì / hui4 ke4 shi4
hui k`o shih / hui ko shih
parlor

李宗仁

see styles
lǐ zōng rén / li3 zong1 ren2
li tsung jen
Li Zongren (1891-1969), a leader of Guangxi warlord faction

棒砂糖

see styles
 bouzatou / bozato / ぼうざとう sugarloaf

楊虎城


杨虎城

see styles
yáng hǔ chéng / yang2 hu3 cheng2
yang hu ch`eng / yang hu cheng
Yang Hucheng (1893-1949), Chinese warlord and Nationalist general

櫓;艪

see styles
 ro / ろ Japanese scull (oar attached to the rear of the boat by a traditional peg-in-hole oarlock)

殯儀館


殡仪馆

see styles
bìn yí guǎn / bin4 yi2 guan3
pin i kuan
the undertaker's; funeral parlor

段祺瑞

see styles
duàn qí ruì / duan4 qi2 rui4
tuan ch`i jui / tuan chi jui
Duan Qirui (1864-1936), commander of Beiyang Army under Yuan Shikai, then politician and powerful warlord

清史稿

see styles
qīng shǐ gǎo / qing1 shi3 gao3
ch`ing shih kao / ching shih kao
Draft History of the Qing Dynasty, sometimes listed as number 25 or 26 of the 24 dynastic histories 二十四史[Er4 shi2 si4 Shi3], compiled under Zhao Erxun 趙爾巽|赵尔巽[Zhao4 Er3 xun4] in 1927 during the Northern Warlords period, 536 scrolls

湯玉麟


汤玉麟

see styles
tāng yù lín / tang1 yu4 lin2
t`ang yü lin / tang yü lin
Tang Yulin (1871-1937), minor warlord in northeast China, sometime governor of Chengde 承德, mostly poor in battle but very successful at accumulating personal wealth

源賴朝


源赖朝

see styles
yuán lài cháo / yuan2 lai4 chao2
yüan lai ch`ao / yüan lai chao
MINAMOTO no Yoritomo (1147-1199), Japanese warlord and founder of the Kamakura shogunate 鐮倉幕府|镰仓幕府[Lian2 cang1 mu4 fu3]

点ピン

see styles
 tenpin;tenpin / てんピン;テンピン {mahj} 100 yen per 1,000 points (Mahjong parlour rate)

珥とう

see styles
 jitou / jito / じとう (archaism) earplug (traditional jewellery worn in the earlobe, popular in Han-dynasty China)

理容院

see styles
lǐ róng yuàn / li3 rong2 yuan4
li jung yüan
 riyouin / riyoin / りよういん
hairdresser and beauty parlor; barbershop; massage parlor
(See 理容室・りようしつ) barbershop; barber shop

理髮院


理发院

see styles
lǐ fà yuàn / li3 fa4 yuan4
li fa yüan
barbershop; hair parlor

白崇禧

see styles
bái chóng xǐ / bai2 chong2 xi3
pai ch`ung hsi / pai chung hsi
Bai Chongxi (1893-1966), a leader of Guangxi warlord faction, top Nationalist general, played important role in Chiang Kaishek's campaigns 1926-1949

皇甫嵩

see styles
huáng fǔ sōng / huang2 fu3 song1
huang fu sung
Huangfu Song (-195), later Han general and warlord

碁会所

see styles
 gokaijo(p);gokaisho / ごかいじょ(P);ごかいしょ commercial go-playing parlour (parlor)

私窩子

see styles
 shikashi / しかし (See 淫売婦,私娼) prostitute; harlot

簡·愛


简·爱

see styles
jiǎn · ài / jian3 · ai4
chien · ai
Jane Eyre, novel by Charlotte Brontë 夏洛特·勃良特[Xia4 luo4 te4 · Bo2 liang2 te4]

美容室

see styles
 biyoushitsu / biyoshitsu / びようしつ beauty parlor

美容所

see styles
 biyousho / biyosho / びようしょ (See 美容院・びよういん,美容室・びようしつ) beauty salon; beauty parlor

耳たぶ

see styles
 mimitabu / みみたぶ earlobe

耳とう

see styles
 jitou / jito / じとう (archaism) earplug (traditional jewellery worn in the earlobe, popular in Han-dynasty China)

葬儀屋

see styles
 sougiya / sogiya / そうぎや (1) funeral parlor (parlour); funeral home; undertaker's; (2) undertaker; mortician; funeral director

葬儀社

see styles
 sougisha / sogisha / そうぎしゃ undertaker's office; funeral home; funeral parlor

表座敷

see styles
 omotezashiki / おもてざしき (See 奥座敷) front room; parlor; parlour; living room

袁世凱


袁世凯

see styles
yuán shì kǎi / yuan2 shi4 kai3
yüan shih k`ai / yüan shih kai
 enseigai / ensegai / えんせいがい
Yuan Shikai (1859-1916), senior general of late Qing, subsequently warlord and self-proclaimed emperor of China
(person) Yuan Shikai (1859-1916)

邵飄萍


邵飘萍

see styles
shào piāo píng / shao4 piao1 ping2
shao p`iao p`ing / shao piao ping
Shao Piaoping (1884-1926), pioneer of journalism and founder of newspaper Beijing Press 京報|京报, executed in 1926 by warlord Zhang Zuolin 張作霖|张作霖

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