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UserofSmartphone

Can someone please write the pinyin for me

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UserofSmartphone

Can someone please write the pinyin for this, and if you know the meaning or name of it in english please translate it..

 

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im just learning chinese and my friend asked me about this, i told him im a beginner, but he wouldnt listen and asked me about that 

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edelweis

辣木籽

Là mù zǐ

Moringa seeds (according to google translate)

 

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UserofSmartphone

thank you vey much, i will notify him of it

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晓宇

这个是方言,不要被误导了。指的是某个树的种子。This is a dialect. Don't be misled. It refers to the seed of a tree 

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Lu

Hi 晓宇, thanks, it is always useful to see the opinion of a native speaker. Can you tell us more? A seed of what tree? And which dialect is it?

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