"Yün-meng" meaning in All languages combined

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Proper name [English]

Etymology: From Mandarin 雲夢/云梦 (Yúnmèng), Wade-Giles romanization: Yün²-mêng⁴. Etymology templates: {{bor|en|cmn|-}} Mandarin, {{zh-l|雲夢}} 雲夢/云梦 (Yúnmèng) Head templates: {{en-proper noun}} Yün-meng
  1. Alternative form of Yunmeng Wikipedia link: Defense Mapping Agency Tags: alt-of, alternative Alternative form of: Yunmeng
    Sense id: Yün-meng-en-name-EUiZIInY

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