"Yen-Pien" meaning in All languages combined

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Proper name [English]

Etymology: From Mandarin 延邊/延边 (Yánbiān) Wade–Giles romanization: Yen²-Pien¹. Etymology templates: {{bor|en|cmn|-}} Mandarin, {{zh-l|延邊}} 延邊/延边 (Yánbiān), {{bor|en|cmn-wadegile|-}} Wade–Giles Head templates: {{en-proper noun}} Yen-Pien
  1. Alternative form of Yanbian Tags: alt-of, alternative Alternative form of: Yanbian
    Sense id: Yen-Pien-en-name-100wV4Ps

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          "ref": "1962, Jackson, W. A. Douglas, The Russo-Chinese Borderlands: Zone of Peaceful Contact or Potential Conflict?, 2nd edition, D. Van Nostrand Company, Inc., published 1968, LCCN 68-9548, OCLC 1043958130, OL 19844604M, page 84",
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          "ref": "1980, TvK, “China's Forty Millions”, in Georgina Ashworth, editor, World Minorities in the Eighties, volume 3, Sunbury, Middlesex: Quartermaine House, OCLC 609015077, page 20",
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          "ref": "1994 June, Kim, Bong Ryol (김봉렬), “중국(中國) 연변지구(延邊地區) 조선족(朝鮮族)의 마을과 주거 [The Outline of Villages and Dwellings of the Korean Immigrants in Yen-Pien Area of China]”, in Journal of architectural history (건축역사연구), volume 3, number 1, ISSN 1598-1142, OCLC 663380838, page 82",
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