a city in and the capital of Hunan province, in SE China.
Pinyin, Wade-Giles. a province in S China. 81,274 sq. mi. (210,500 sq. km).
[hoo-nahm] /ˈhuˈnɑm/ (Show IPA). Chinese Cookery. a style of cooking from this province, characterized especially by the use of hot peppers.
a port in SE China, capital of Hunan province, on the Xiang River. Pop: 2 051 000 (2005 est)
a province of S China, between the Yangtze River and the Nan Ling Mountains: drained chiefly by the Xiang and Yüan Rivers; valuable mineral resources. Capital: Changsha. Pop: 66 630 000 (2003 est). Area: 210 500 sq km (82 095 sq miles)
Chinese province, literally “south of the lake” (Lake Dongting), from hu “lake” + nan “south.”
Changde. noun a variant transliteration of the Chinese name for Changde
a city in S Jiangsu province, in E China. noun a city in E China, in S Jiangsu province, on the Grand Canal: also known as Wutsin until 1949, when the 7th-century name was officially readopted. Pop: 2 085 500 (2004 est)
noun the chief port of Crete, on the NW coast. Pop: 82 000 (2005 est) Greek name Khaniá
to eat noisily or greedily.