Definition of Nan-ning

1. Noun. An industrial city in southern China.




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Lexicographical Neighbors of Nan-ning

Nambissan
Namboothiri
Namib Desert
Namibia
Namibian
Namibian Sign Language
Namibians
Nammu
Namoi
Namoi River
Nampa
Namtar
Namtaru
Namur
Nan-chang
Nan-ning
Nan Ling
Nan River
Nana
Nanaimo
Nanaimo bar
Nanak
Nancere
Nances
Nanchang
Nancy Freeman Mitford
Nancy Mitford
Nancy Reagan gaze

Literary usage of Nan-ning

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1. Proceedings by Royal Geographical Society (Great Britain), Norton Shaw, Francis Galton, William Spottiswoode, Clements Robert Markham, Henry Walter Bates, John Scott Keltie (1891)
"nan-ning, the chief commercial town of Western Kwang-Si, as previously stated ... and nan-ning by the overland route ia more than from Canton to nan-ning by ..."

2. Across Chrysê: Being the Narrative of a Journey of Exploration Through the by Archibald Ross Colquhoun (1883)
"... Chim-to — An octagonal pagoda opposite Kong-nga-hii—A fine prospect — Buddhist monastery— Retirement for the over-fed—Open country — nan-ning, a walled, ..."

3. The Catholic Encyclopedia: An International Work of Reference on the by Charles George Herbermann (1913)
"Mgr Lavest subsequently moved his residence from Kwei-hien to nan-ning, ... Two French schools have been established, one at nan-ning and one at Kwei-lin, ..."

4. Supplementary Papers by Royal Geographical Society (Great Britain) (1889)
"nan-ning is a walled prefectural town, with a reputed population of from 30000 to ... We were prevented from landing at nan-ning-fu by the hostility of the ..."

5. China, Her History, Diplomacy, and Commerce: From the Earliest Times to the by Edward Harper Parker (1917)
"In 1907 the " port" of nan-ning, 500 miles farther up the river, was opened, and the motor- boats could even ascend another 500 miles to Peh-ngai, ..."

6. China, Her History, Diplomacy, and Commerce: From the Earliest Times to the by Edward Harper Parker (1917)
"In 1907 the " port" of nan-ning, 500 miles farther up the river, was opened, and the motor- boats could even ascend another 500 miles to Peh-ngai, ..."

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