palace courtyard

strokes 6
strokes after radical 4
阿根廷 阿根廷 a1 gen1 ting2

鲍罗廷 鮑羅廷 bao4 luo2 ting2
Borodin (name); Alexander Porfirevich Borodin (1833-1887), Russian chemist and composer

朝廷 朝廷 chao2 ting2
court; imperial household; dynasty

宫廷 宮廷 gong1 ting2
court (of king or emperor)

教廷 教廷 jiao4 ting2
the Papacy; the Vatican; the Church government; Holy See

教廷大使 教廷大使 jiao4 ting2 da4 shi3
an ambassador of the church; an Apostolic Nuncio (from the Vatican)

昆廷 昆廷 kun1 ting2
Quentin (name)

陆荣廷 陸榮廷 lu4 rong2 ting2
Lu Rongting (1858-1928), provincial governor of Guangxi under the Qing, subsequently leader of old Guangxi warlord faction

罗马教廷 羅馬教廷 luo2 ma3 jiao4 ting2
the Church (as Royal Court); the Holy See; the Vatican

内廷 內廷 nei4 ting2
place at the imperial court, where emperor handled government affairs, gave orders etc

清廷 清廷 qing1 ting2
the Qing court (as government of China)

廷巴克图 廷巴克圖 ting2 ba1 ke4 tu2
Timbuktoo (town and historical cultural center in Mali, a World Heritage site)

廷布 廷布 ting2 bu4
Thimphu, capital of Bhutan

廷试 廷試 ting2 shi4
court examination, the top grade imperial exam

廷尉 廷尉 ting2 wei4
Commandant of Justice in imperial China, one of the Nine Ministers 九卿

伍廷芳 伍廷芳 wu3 ting2 fang1
Wu Tingfang (1842-1922), diplomat and lawyer

西斯廷 西斯廷 xi1 si1 ting2
Sistine (Chapel); also written 西斯汀

谢长廷 謝長廷 xie4 chang2 ting2
Frank Chang-ting Hsieh (1946-), Taiwanese DPP politician, mayor of Kaohsiung 1998-2005

张廷玉 張廷玉 zhang1 ting2 yu4
Zhang Tingyu (1672-1755), Qing politician, senior minister to three successive emperors, oversaw compilation of History of the Ming Dynasty 明史 and the Kangxi Dictionary 康熙字典