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Did you mean: no nie nu na nai new niu n ?

you (informal, as opposed to courteous 您[nin2])
Buddhist nun / (often used in phonetic spellings)
woolen material
doubtful / suspicious / variant of 擬|拟[ni3] / to emulate / to imitate
to plan to / to draft (a plan) / to imitate / to assess / to compare / pseudo-
contrary / opposite / backwards / to go against / to oppose / to betray / to rebel
girl / phonetic "ni" (in female names) / Taiwan pr. [ni2]
surname Ni
(literary) small child / limit / bound / extremity / to differentiate / origin / cause
variant of 暱|昵[ni4]
familiar / intimate / to approach
greasy / soft / unctuous / intimate / tired of
mud / clay / paste / pulp
you (female) / variant of 你[ni3]
Japanese cicada / old variant of 霓[ni2]
secondary rainbow
to drown / to indulge / addicted to / to spoil (a child)
archaic variant of 你[ni3] / you
to look askance at
variant of 泥[ni2]
niobium (chemistry)
to hide
fluttering of flags
variant of 你[ni3]
(dialect) I / my / we / our
墨江县 jiāng xiàn Mojiang Ha'ni autonomous county in Pu'er 普洱[Pu3 er3], Yunnan
Cryptobranchus japonicus / salamander
You / Thou (of deity) / variant of 你[ni3]
nihonium (chemistry)
(mythical animal) / lion
wild beast / wild horse / lion / trad. form used erroneously for 貌 / simplified form used erroneously for 狻
倪匡 Kuāng Ni Kuang (1935-), Chinese novelist and screenwriter
old variant of 你[ni3]
old variant of 溺[ni4]
shy / timid / bashful / to look ashamed
(tree) / to stop
倪柝声 Tuò shēng Ni Tuosheng or Watchman Nee (1903-1972), influential Chinese Christian
墨江哈尼族自治县 jiāng zhì xiàn Mojiang Ha'ni Autonomous County in Pu'er 普洱[Pu3 er3], Yunnan
luxuriant (of plants)
clamps for crossbar of carriage
place name
distressed / famished
women's undergarments
东仓里 Dōng cāng Dongchang-ni, North Korean missile launch site on Yellow Sea, 70 km from Chinese border
倪嗣冲 chōng Ni Sichong (1868-1924), general closely linked to Yuan Shikai 袁世凱|袁世凯 during his unsuccessful 1915 bid for Empire
teeth grown in old age
倪桂珍 Guì zhēn Ni Guizhen or Ni Kwei-Tseng (1869 - 1931), mother of Song Ailing 宋藹齡|宋蔼龄[Song4 Ai3 ling2], Song Qingling 宋慶齡|宋庆龄[Song4 Qing4 ling2] and Song Meiling 宋美齡|宋美龄[Song4 Mei3 ling2]
熊倪 Xióng Xiong Ni (1974-), Chinese diving athlete

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