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Li

  1. (chemistry) lithium.

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  • (Chinese name): Lee

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Li

  1. A surname, from Chinese of Chinese origin
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Li

  1. A surname, from Chinese of Chinese origin
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Li

  1. A surname, from Chinese of Chinese origin
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Li

  1. A county of Longnan, Gansu, China
    • 2020 September 28, Matthew Robert Bossons, “Reporter's log: Livestreaming, e-commerce play crucial role in Gansu's poverty alleviation drive”, in China Daily[1]:
      Zhang Jiacheng has lived his entire life in Longhuai village, a small settlement comprised of earthen and aged red-brick homes in Li county, in southern Gansu province's Longnan city.
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Li

  1. A river in Guangxi, China
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Korean Hanja: ; Hangul: &

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Li

  1. A surname, from Korean of Korean origin, a variant of Lee and Rhee

StatisticsEdit

  • According to the 2010 United States Census, Li is the 273rd most common surname in the United States, belonging to 111,786 individuals. Li is most common among Asian/Pacific Islander (96.8%) individuals.

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IndonesianEdit

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Etymology 1Edit

From Hakka ().

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Li

  1. A surname, from Hakka​.

Etymology 2Edit

From Hakka ().

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Li

  1. A surname, from Hakka​.

VietnameseEdit

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Li

  1. A female given name from Chinese