chief; head; outstanding; exceptional; stalwart

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党魁 黨魁 dang3 kui2
faction leader; head of political party

夺魁 奪魁 duo2 kui2
to seize; to win

花魁 花魁 hua1 kui2
the queen of flowers (refers esp. to plum blossom); (fig.) nickname for a famous beauty or courtesan

祸首罪魁 禍首罪魁 huo4 shou3 zui4 kui2
main offender, criminal ringleader (idiom); main culprit; fig. main cause of a disaster

魁北克 魁北克 kui2 bei3 ke4
Quebec province, Canada

魁北克市 魁北克市 kui2 bei3 ke4 shi4
Quebec city, capital of Quebec province of Canada

魁蚶 魁蚶 kui2 han1
arc clam (Arca inflata)

魁首 魁首 kui2 shou3
chief; first; brightest and best

魁伟 魁偉 kui2 wei3
tall and big; stalwart

魁梧 魁梧 kui2 wu2
tall and sturdy

魁星 魁星 kui2 xing1
stars of the Big Dipper that constitute the rectangular body of the dipper; Kuixing, Daoist God of fate

魁星阁 魁星閣 kui2 xing1 ge2
temple to Kuixing, Daoist God of fate

魁元 魁元 kui2 yuan2
brightest and best; chief; first among peers

临魁 臨魁 lin2 kui2
Linkui (c. 2000 BC), second of the legendary Flame Emperors 炎帝 descended from Shennong 神農|神农 Farmer God

渠魁 渠魁 qu2 kui2
rebel leader; ringleader; bandit chieftain

易洛魁 易洛魁 yi4 luo4 kui2

罪魁 罪魁 zui4 kui2
criminal ringleader; chief culprit; fig. cause of a problem

罪魁祸首 罪魁禍首 zui4 kui2 huo4 shou3
criminal ringleader, main offender (idiom); main culprit; fig. main cause of a disaster