(jià) (of a woman) to marry; to marry off a daughter; to shift (blame etc)

嫁人 (w)

(jiàrén) to get married (of woman)

嫁女 (w)

(jiànǚ) to marry off a daughter

嫁妆 (w)

(jiàzhuang) dowry

嫁娶 (w)

(jiàqǔ) marriage

嫁接 (w)

(jiàjiē) to graft (a branch to a rootstock)

嫁祸 (w)

(jiàhuò) to impute; to shift the blame onto someone else

嫁祸于人 (w)

(jiàhuòyúrén) to pass the misfortune on to sb else (idiom); to blame others; to pass the buck

嫁资 (w)

(jiàzī) dowry; CL:份[fen4],筆|笔[bi3]

嫁鸡随鸡 (w)

(jiàjīsuíjī) If you marry a chicken, follow the chicken (idiom); A woman should follow whatever her husband orders.; We must learn to accept the people around us.

嫁鸡随鸡,嫁狗随狗 (w)

(jiàjīsuíjījiàgǒusuígǒu) lit if you marry a chicken follow the chicken, if you marry a dog follow the dog (idiom)