See also: chéngdu, chéngdù, and Chéngdū

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EtymologyEdit

From Chinese 成都(Chéngdū, Turning into a Capital; Established Capital), supposedly bestowed upon it during its first founding by the ninth king of the Shu Kingdom's Kaiming dynasty when he removed his court there from nearby Pi County.

Proper nounEdit

Chengdu

  1. A sub-provincial city in southwest China; capital of Sichuan Province.

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Proper nounEdit

Chengdu f

  1. Chengdu (a city, the provincial capital of Sichuan, China)