Character bag, purse, sack; put in bag Definition
NANG2 Pinyin nong4 Jyutping NOU On FUKURO Kun Hangul NANG Korean *nɑng Tang
U+56A2 Variant

Traditional Simplified
nang2 Pinyin
sack English purse English pocket (for money) English

Traditional Simplified
nang2 Pinyin
Beutel, Blase, Zyste, Kapsel (u.E.) (S) Deutsch Nang (u.E.) (Eig, Fam) Deutsch

Literal
nang2 Reading Pinyin nang1 Reading Pinyin ノウ Reading On ドウ Reading On ふくろ Reading Kun nang Reading Korean
bag Meaning purse Meaning sack Meaning put in bag Meaning


囊揣 Traditional 囊揣 Simplified
nang1 chuai4 Pinyin
soft, fat meat of pig's belly English sow's sagging teats English weakling English flabby person English also written 囊膪 English

囊空如洗 Traditional 囊空如洗 Simplified
nang2 kong1 ru2 xi3 Pinyin
mittellos (u.E.) Deutsch

囊括 Traditional 囊括 Simplified
nang2 kuo4 Pinyin
to include English to embrace English to bring together English

囊括 Traditional 囊括 Simplified
nang2 kuo4 Pinyin
etw beinhalten, umfassen (u.E.) Deutsch

囊泡 Traditional 囊泡 Simplified
nang2 pao4 Pinyin
vesicle English




囊託 Traditional 囊托 Simplified
nang2 tuo1 Pinyin
Receptaculum (Samentasche) (S, Bio) Deutsch Stecker (S) Deutsch

囊膪 Traditional 囊膪 Simplified
nang1 chuai4 Pinyin
soft, fat meat of pig's belly English sow's sagging teats English weakling English flabby person English also written 囊揣 English


囊腫 Traditional 囊肿 Simplified
nang2 zhong3 Pinyin
cyst (med.) English

囊腫 Traditional 囊肿 Simplified
nang2 zhong3 Pinyin
Zyste (u.E.) (S) Deutsch



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