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Needlessly complicated Chinese words

Posted by danchao August 1, 2010 in the Group General Discussion.

I was just talking to a friend about needlessly complicated Chinese words. Check this word out

 

龘 dá

Three dragons. It means "the impression of a flying form that looks like a dragon"

齉 náng

It means "to snuffle".

 

The ultimate needlessly complicated Chinese word, I think, is biáng. I can't even find the chinese character for it, only an image

http://www.shaanxi.cn/pics/2008-4-30/112558.jpg

 

I dare anybody to try to write these words

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