Hakka

[n] - a dialect of Chinese spoken in southeastern China
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Hakka

adjective of or relating to the Hakka people or their language
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Hakka

[genus] Salticus koreanus Icius himeshimensis Pseudicius himeshimensis Both sexes have a body length of about 7 mm. The body and legs are uniformly dark brown. The body is covered with sparse lighter hairs. Between the eyes there are longer, reddish hairs that stand up diagonally. The chelicerae are brown and robust. The only described spec...
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Hakka

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Hakka

A people from south-eastern China, especially around Canton.
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Hakka

group of North Chinese who migrated to South China, especially Guangdong, Fujian, and Guangxi provinces, during the fall of the Southern Song dynasty ... [7 related articles]
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Hakka

Member of a people of China dispersed throughout Taiwan, Malaysia, and Thailand. The Hakka originated in northern China but were driven out by the Mongols in the 12th...
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