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n. dragon (legendary creature)
80%     120%
Other meanings
[lóng]   radical. dragon
[lóng]   char. dragon as the symbol of the emperor; thing resembling a dragon; huge extinct reptile
    dragon (for )
    dragon (for )
'龙' is part of the following simplified words:
 咙 垄 垅 宠 庞 拢 昽 栊 泷 珑 眬 砻 笼 聋 胧 茏 袭 詟 陇 龙 龚 龛
'龙' is part of the following traditional words:
 嚨 壟 壠 寵 攏 曨 朧 櫳 瀧 瓏 矓 礱 籠 聾 蘢 襲 讋 隴 龍 龐 龔 龕 龖 龘

Simplified Chinese


Traditional Chinese

Simplified stroke orders are based on the 'Standard of National Commonly-used Mandarin Chinese Characters (现代汉语通用字笔顺规范)', issued by the China National Language and Character Working Committee (国家语言文字工作委员会) on April 7th 1997. Traditional stroke orders are based on information issued by the Taiwan Ministry of Education.
wàng zǐ chéng lóng
idiom. hope one's children to have a bright future, hold high hopes for one's child
xiǎo lóng
n. young dragon (usually used in a name)
jù lóng
n. huge dragon
yì tiáo lóng
phr. a dragon; a connected sequence, a coordinated process
huǒ lóng
n. fiery dragon; a procession of lanterns or torches
yè gōng hào lóng
idiom. Lord Ye who claimed to be very fond of dragons was scared out of his wits when a real dragon appeared in front of him; (fig.) pretend to like something that one really fears
shēng lóng huó hǔ
idiom. doughty as a dragon and lively as a tiger -- full of vigor, very energetic
lóng téng hǔ yuè
idiom. dragons rising and tigers leaping -- a scene of bustling activity