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wu3

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wu3 (form of with tone number)

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  7. Pinyin reading of noon; the seventh sign (ox) of the Chinese zodiac
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  30. Pinyin reading of the three divisions of the viscera (med.) Actually, in ancient Traditional Chinese medicine (TCM), this word means the texture of tissues beneath skin and between muscles. Some scholars conclude this conceptual viscera in TCM should be related to lymphatics.
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