high ranking official (old); term of endearment between spouses (old); (from the Tang Dynasty onwards) term used by the emperor for his subjects (old); honorific (old)

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副国务卿 副國務卿 fu4 guo2 wu4 qing1
Under-Secretary of State

公卿 公卿 gong1 qing1
high-ranking officials in the court of a Chinese emperor

关汉卿 關漢卿 guan1 han4 qing1
Guan Hanqing (c. 1235-c. 1300), Yuan dynasty dramatist in the 雜劇|杂剧 tradition of musical comedy, one of the Four Great Yuan dramatists 元曲四大家

国务次卿 國務次卿 guo2 wu4 ci4 qing1
Under Secretary of State

国务卿 國務卿 guo2 wu4 qing1
Secretary of State

冏卿 冏卿 jiong3 qing1
Minister of imperial stud, originally charged with horse breeding; same as 太僕寺卿|太仆寺卿

九卿 九卿 jiu3 qing1
the Nine Ministers (in imperial China)

科卿 科卿 ke1 qing1
Cochin (in south India)

卿卿我我 卿卿我我 qing1 qing1 wo3 wo3
to bill and coo (idiom); to whisper sweet nothings to one another; to be very much in love

太仆寺卿 太僕寺卿 tai4 pu2 si4 qing1
Minister of imperial stud, originally charged with horse breeding

王侯公卿 王侯公卿 wang2 hou2 gong1 qing1

徐祯卿 徐禎卿 xu2 zhen1 qing1
Xu Zhenqing (1479-1511), Ming writer, one of Four great southern talents of the Ming 江南四大才子

颜真卿 顏真卿 yan2 zhen1 qing1
Yan Zhenqing (709-785), a leading calligrapher of the Tang Dynasty