Vietnamese Word Entry

Quốc ngữ:lục phủ
Definition: (traditional Chinese medicine, anatomy) the six hollow principal internal organs in the trunk of the body, including vị ("stomach"), đảm ("gall bladder"), tiểu tràng ("small intestine"), đại tràng ("large intestine"), bàng quang ("urinary bladder") and tam tiêu ("San Jiao")

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Chinese characters used in this word

six, number six
Mandarin: ㄌㄧㄡˋ (liù), ㄌㄨˋ (lù)
Cantonese: luk6
Japanese: ロク、 リク / む、 む.つ、 むっ.つ、 むい、 むたび
Korean: 륙, 육
Vietnamese: lục

viscera, bowels, entrails, internal organs
Mandarin: ㄈㄨˇ (fǔ)
Cantonese: fu2
Japanese: フ / はらわた
Vietnamese: phủ