"Named" • Chinese-English Dictionary

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 míng jiào called / named
 dé míng to get one's name / named (after sth)
 hào yuē to be named / named
 mìng míng to give a name to / to dub / to christen / to designate / named after / naming
 qǔ míng to name / to be named / to christen / to seek fame
 Yáng wù Yùn dòng Self-Strengthening Movement (period of reforms in China c 1861-1894), also named 自強運動|自强运动
 Xià Shāng zhōu Xia, Shang and Zhou, the earliest named Chinese dynasties
 míng cóng zhǔ rén named after (the original owner)
 láng huān wolverine (Gulo gulo), also named 貂熊[diao1 xiong2]
 Lǐ kè tè Richter (name) / Charles Francis Richter (1900-1985), US physicist and seismologist, after whom the Richter scale is named
 A1 fú jiā dé luó dìng lu:4 Avogadro's law, a gas law named after Amedeo Avogadro
 yǐ rén míng mìng míng to name sth after a person / named after / eponymous
 yǐ běn rén míng under one's own name / named after oneself
 qián jiē (the item) named above / aforementioned / cited above / op. cit.
 Gǔ dǒng tān Gudong desert or Antiques desert at Han dynasty Yangguan pass 陽關|阳关[Yang2 guan1], named after many Han dynasty archaeological discoveries
 Kāng xī Zì diǎn the Kangxi Dictionary, named after the Kangxi Emperor, who in 1710 ordered its compilation, containing 47,035 single-character entries
 Zhāng Yī Zhang Yi (c. 3rd century), literary figure from Wei of the Three Kingdoms, other name 稚讓|稚让[Zhi4 rang4], named as compiler of earliest extant Chinese encyclopedia 廣雅|广雅[Guang3 ya3] and several lost works
 kòng rì day that is named but not numbered (on ethnic calendar)
 jí qiáng named grade or higher / at least stated magnitude (of earthquake)
 Zì qiáng Yùn dòng Self-Strengthening Movement (period of reforms in China c 1861-1894), also named 洋務運動|洋务运动
 qióng xiōng chuanxiong rhizome / also named 川芎[chuan1 xiong1]
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