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 biāo tí title / heading / headline / caption / subject
 chēng hào name / term of address / title
 tí mù subject / title / topic / CL:個|个[ge4]
 tóu xián title / rank / appellation
 zhí chēng one's professional position / title / job title
 suǒ yǒu quán ownership / possession / property rights / title (to property)
 chēng wèi title / appellation / form of address
 míng hào name / good reputation / title
 zūn chēng to address sb deferentially / title / honorific
 guān xián title / official rank
 jǐn biāo prize / trophy / title
 mù eye / item / section / list / catalogue / table of contents / order (taxonomy) / goal / name / title
 xián bit (of a bridle) / to hold in the mouth / to harbor (feelings) / to link / to accept / rank / title
 zhí xián title (position within an organization)
 guān chēng title / official appellation
 shǒu yè home page (of a website) / title page / front page / first page / fig. beginning / cover letter
 dà ren adult / grownup / title of respect toward superiors
 shū mù booklist / bibliography / title catalogue / CL:本[ben3]
 piān míng movie title
 zì chēng to call oneself / to claim to be / to profess / to claim a title
 tiān wáng emperor / god / Hong Xiuquan's self-proclaimed title / see also 洪秀全[Hong2 Xiu4 quan2]
 Sī mǎ Minister of War (official title in pre-Han Chinese states) / two-character surname Sima
 Kāng xī Kangxi, title of the reign (1661-1722) of the Kangxi Emperor 聖祖|圣祖[Sheng4 zu3]
 Qián lóng Qianlong Emperor (1711-1799), sixth Qing emperor, princely title 寶親王|宝亲王[Bao3 Qin1 wang2], personal name 弘曆|弘历[Hong2 li4], reigned 1735-1799
 zhuī jiā to add something extra / an additional increment / addendum / to append / an additional posthumous title
 fēng hào title granted to a person (archaic) / to ban an (online) account
 chán shī honorific title for a Buddhist monk
 yù shǐ imperial censor (formal title of a dynastic official)
 rú tí refer to the title or subject (in an online forum)
 fáng chǎn zhèng title deeds / certificate of property ownership
 wáng wèi title of king / kingship
 dāng zhī wú kuì fully deserving, without any reservations (idiom) / entirely worthy (of a title, honor etc)
 shì láng ancient official title / assistant minister
 tài zǔ Great Ancestor (posthumous title, e.g. for the founder of a dynasty)
 láng zhōng doctor (Chinese medicine) / ancient official title / companions (respectful)
 huáng wèi the title of Emperor
 Tiān cháo Celestial Empire, tributary title conferred on imperial China / Taiping Heavenly Kingdom
 huó fó Living Buddha / title of Mongolian Lamas from 17th century
 tài shàng title of respect for taoists
 zhèng míng to replace the current name or title of sth with a new one that reflects its true nature / rectification of names (a tenet of Confucian philosophy)
 biāo tí lán title bar (of a window) (computing)
 Qí tiān Dà shèng Great Sage the Equal of Heaven, self-proclaimed title of the Monkey King Sun Wukong 孫悟空|孙悟空[Sun1 Wu4 kong1] in the novel Journey to the West 西遊記|西游记[Xi1 you2 Ji4]
 tí yì meaning of a title / implication / theme
 nián hào reign title / era name (name for either the entire reign of an emperor or one part of it) / year number (such as 2016 or 甲子)
 fēi yè title page / flyleaf / end paper
 cè fēng to confer a title upon sb / to dub / to crown / to invest with rank or title
 Xiào lín Jokes (title of an ancient collection of jokes, often used in the title of modern collections of jokes)
 jiā fēng to seal up (a door with a paper seal, or a document) / to confer an additional title on a nobleman
 gǎi yuán to change an emperor's or ruler's reign title (old)
 zūn hào honorific title / form of address reserved for a queen, ancestor, emperor etc
 mìng life / fate / order or command / to assign a name, title etc
 shòu xián rank of professor / academic title
 lìng to order / to command / an order / warrant / writ / to cause / to make sth happen / virtuous / honorific title / season / government position (old)
 Yuán Shì zǔ lit. progenitor of the Yuan Dynasty (1279-1368), title of Khubilai Khan (1215-1294), first Yuan dynasty emperor, reigned 1260-1294
 shǐ history / annals / title of an official historian in ancient China
 shàng shū láng ancient official title
 fēng to confer / to grant / to bestow a title / to seal / classifier for sealed objects, esp. letters
 dū to supervise and direct / army title (archaic)
 zèng to give as a present / to repel / to bestow an honorary title after death (old)
 zuò to grant or bestow / sacrificial flesh offered to the gods (old) / blessing / title of a sovereign (old)
 shì Japanese variant of 謚|谥 / posthumous name or title / to confer a posthumous title
 míng bu zhèng yán bu shùn (of a title, degree etc) illegitimately conferred
 fēng qī yìn zǐ (of a deserving official) to grant his wife a title and make his son heir to his titles
 Lǎo fó yé title of respect for the queen mother or the emperor's father / nickname for Empress Dowager Cixi 慈禧太后[Ci2 xi3 tai4 hou4]
 huī hào title of honor / term of respect
 shì wēi (literary) to decline / to wane / title of a section in the Book of Songs 詩經|诗经[Shi1 jing1]
 tí huā title design
 tí qiān to write the title of a book on a label
 Sòng Tài zǔ Emperor Taizu of Song, posthumous title of the founding Song emperor Zhao Kuangyin 趙匡胤|赵匡胤 / (927-976), reigned from 960
 Yǎn shèng gōng hereditary title bestowed on Confucius' descendants
 Yuán Tài zǔ posthumous title of Genghis Khan 成吉思汗[Cheng2 ji2 si1 han2] (1162-1227)
 guāng lù dài fu honorific title during Tang to Qing times, approx. "Glorious grand master"
 Nèi gé Zǒng lǐ Dà chén formal title of the Japanese prime minister
 cè lì to confer a title on (an empress or a prince)
 jiā guān jìn jué to confer a title an official position
 quàn variant of 券 / bond (esp. document split in two, with each party holding one half) / contract / deed (i.e. title deeds) / ticket / voucher / certificate
 jūn wèi royal title
 sì wèi to succeed to a title / to inherit
 huí mù chapter title (in a novel)
 Tài shǐ gōng Grand Scribe, the title by which Sima Qian 司馬遷|司马迁[Si1 ma3 Qian1] refers to himself in Records of the Historian 史記|史记[Shi3 ji4]
 xué xián academic title / rank
 Zōng shèng hóu hereditary title bestowed on Confucius' descendants
 Zōng Shèng gōng hereditary title bestowed on Confucius' descendants
 zūn shī ài tú title of a Daoist priest / revered master
 Xī rén Xiren, courtesy title of Bao Zheng 包拯[Bao1 Zheng3] (999-1062), Northern Song official renowned for his honesty
 chì fēng to appoint sb to a post or confer a title on sb by imperial order
 jìng cí term of respect / honorific title / honorific (in grammar)
 Běn yīn fāng Honinbo, major school of Go in Japan (1612-1940) / title held by the winner of the Honinbo Go tournament (1941-)
 Lǐ Wèi gōng Li Wei Gong / Duke Li of Wei, official title of Li Jing 李靖[Li3 Jing4]
 Bǎi qí Kashiwazaki (Japanese surname) / Kashiwazaki, town in Niigata prefecture, Japan / Kashiwazaki, title of a Noh play
 biāo tí xīn wén headline news / title story
 biāo tí yǔ title word / entry (in dictionary)
 hàn wèi title of Khan (King in Persian, Mongol and Manchu)
西 Tài xī dà rú Great European Scholar (honorific title of Matteo Ricci)
 Qīng tài zōng posthumous title of Hung Taiji 皇太極|皇太极 / (1592-1643), eighth son of Nurhaci 努爾哈赤|努尔哈赤, reigned 1626-1636 as Second Khan of Later Jin dynasty 後金|后金, then founded the Qing dynasty 大清 / and reigned 1636-1643 as Emperor
 Qīng Tài zǔ posthumous title of Nurhaci 努爾哈赤|努尔哈赤 / (1559-1626), founder and first Khan of the Manchu Later Jin dynasty 後金|后金 / (from 1616)
 wàn hù hóu Marquis (highest Han dynasty ducal title meaning lord of 10,000 households) / high nobles
 méng qiú (traditional title of first readers) / primary education / teaching the ignorant / light to the barbarian
 shì hào posthumous name and title
 mǎi guān to buy a title / to use wealth to acquire office
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