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夷狄yídínon-Han tribes in the east and north of ancient China; barbarians
生番shēngfānbarbarian; aboriginal savage
蛮子mánzibarbarian; slave servant; (old) contemptuous term for people from southern China (used by northern Chinese people)
野蛮人yěmán rénbarbarian
mánbarbarian; bullying; very; quite; rough; reckless
non-Han people, esp. to the East of China; barbarians; to wipe out; to exterminate; to tear down; to raze
蛮夷mányícommon term for non-Han peoples in former times, not exclusively derogatory; barbarian
fānforeign (non-Chinese); barbarian; measure word for occurrences (of an event, action or speech utterance); measure word for iterations: times, -fold (as in twofold etc); measure word for situations: kind, sort
胡人húrénethnic groups in the north and west of China in ancient times; foreigner; barbarian
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