luo2
gong

strokes 27
radical
strokes after radical 19
开锣 開鑼 kai1 luo2
to beat the gong to open a performance

开锣喝道 開鑼喝道 kai1 luo2 he4 dao4
to clear a street by banging gongs and shouting loudly (idiom)

开台锣鼓 開臺鑼鼓 kai1 tai2 luo2 gu3
opening gong; gong strokes announcing start of opera performance

锣鼓 鑼鼓 luo2 gu3
gongs and drums; Chinese percussion instruments

锣鼓点 鑼鼓點 luo2 gu3 dian3
Chinese percussion fixed pattern; percussion rhythm

锣齐鼓不齐 鑼齊鼓不齊 luo2 qi2 gu3 bu4 qi2
lit. the gong is ready, the drum not ready; fig. undermanned or inadequately resourced

锣声 鑼聲 luo2 sheng1
sound of gong

鸣锣 鳴鑼 ming2 luo2
to beat a gong

鸣锣开道 鳴鑼開道 ming2 luo2 kai1 dao4
to beat the gong to clear the way; (fig.) to pave the way for sth

敲打锣鼓 敲打鑼鼓 qiao1 da3 luo2 gu3
lit. to beat a gong; fig. to irritate sb; a provocation

敲锣 敲鑼 qiao1 luo2
to beat a gong

厮锣 廝鑼 si1 luo2
small gong

听话听声,锣鼓听音 聽話聽聲,鑼鼓聽音 ting1 hua4 ting1 sheng1 - luo2 gu3 ting1 yin1
to understand the unspoken implications (idiom)

铜锣 銅鑼 tong2 luo2
Tongluo or Tunglo township in Miaoli county 苗栗縣|苗栗县, northwest Taiwan

铜锣 銅鑼 tong2 luo2
gong

铜锣烧 銅鑼燒 tong2 luo2 shao1
dorayaki (a Japanese confection)

铜锣湾 銅鑼灣 tong2 luo2 wan1
Causeway Bay

铜锣乡 銅鑼鄉 tong2 luo2 xiang1
Tongluo or Tunglo township in Miaoli county 苗栗縣|苗栗县, northwest Taiwan

终场锣声 終場鑼聲 zhong1 chang3 luo2 sheng1
the final bell (esp. in sports competition)