lin2
variant of 麟

lin2
female unicorn; see 麒麟

strokes 23
radical
鹿
鹿
strokes after radical 12
凤毛麟角 鳳毛麟角 feng4 mao2 lin2 jiao3
lit. as rare as phoenix feathers and unicorn horns (idiom); fig. few and far between

麟角凤觜 麟角鳳觜 lin2 jiao3 feng4 zui3
lit. qilin's horn, phoenix's mouth (idiom); fig. rara avis; rarity

麟经 麟經 lin2 jing1
another name for the Spring and Autumn annals 春秋

麟洛 麟洛 lin2 luo4
Linlo township in Pingtung County 屏東縣|屏东县, Taiwan

麟洛乡 麟洛鄉 lin2 luo4 xiang1
Linlo township in Pingtung County 屏東縣|屏东县, Taiwan

麟游 麟遊 lin2 you2
Linyou County in Baoji 寶雞|宝鸡, Shaanxi

麟游县 麟遊縣 lin2 you2 xian4
Linyou County in Baoji 寶雞|宝鸡, Shaanxi

麒麟 麒麟 qi2 lin2
qilin (mythical Chinese animal); kylin; Chinese unicorn; commonly mistranslated as giraffe

骐麟 騏驎 qi2 lin2
variant of 麒麟; qilin (mythical Chinese animal); kylin; Chinese unicorn; commonly mistranslated as giraffe

麒麟菜 麒麟菜 qi2 lin2 cai4
eucheuma, a type of red algae (used in TCM)

麒麟区 麒麟區 qi2 lin2 qu1
Qilin district, Qujing city, Yunnan

麒麟座 麒麟座 qi2 lin2 zuo4
Monoceros (constellation)

萨摩麟 薩摩麟 sa4 mo2 lin2
Samotherium (early giraffe)

谭咏麟 譚詠麟 tan2 yong3 lin2
Alan Tam (1950-), Hong Kong Canto-pop singer and actor

汤玉麟 湯玉麟 tang1 yu4 lin2
Tang Yulin (1871-1937), minor warlord in northeast China, sometime governor of Chengde 承德, mostly poor in battle but very successful at accumulating personal wealth

章炳麟 章炳麟 zhang1 bing3 lin2
Zhang Taiyan 章太炎 (1869-1936), scholar, journalist, revolutionary and leading intellectual around the time of the Xinhai revolution