(nào) noisy; cacophonous; to make noise; to disturb; to vent (feelings); to fall ill; to have an attack (of sickness); to go in (for some activity); to joke

闹事 (w)

(nàoshì) to cause trouble; to create a disturbance

闹剧 (w)

(nàojù) farce; CL:場|场[chang3],齣|出[chu1],幕[mu4]

闹区 (w)

(nàoqū) downtown

闹哄哄 (w)

(nàohōnghōng) clamorous; noisy; sensational; very exciting

闹场 (w)

(nàochǎng) gongs and drums overture to a Chinese opera; to create a disturbance

闹市 (w)

(nàoshì) downtown area; city center

闹别扭 (w)

(nàobièniu) to be difficult with sb; to provoke disagreement; at loggerheads; to fall out with

闹心 (w)

(nàoxīn) to be vexed or annoyed; to feel queasy

闹情绪 (w)

(nàoqíngxù) to be in a bad mood

闹洞房 (w)

(nàodòngfáng) disturbing the bridal room (chinese custom where guests make fun at the expense of the newly-weds)

闹笑话 (w)

(nàoxiàohuà) made to look a fool; a laughingstock

闹翻 (w)

(nàofān) to have a falling out; to have a big argument

闹翻天 (w)

(nàofāntiān) to create a big disturbance

闹脾气 (w)

(nàopíqi) to get angry

闹着玩儿 (w)

(nàozhewánr) to play games; to joke around; to play a joke on sb

闹轰轰 (w)

(nàohōnghōng) variant of 鬧哄哄|闹哄哄[nao4 hong1 hong1]

闹铃 (w)

(nàolíng) alarm (clock)

闹铃时钟 (w)

(nàolíngshízhōng) alarm clock

闹钟 (w)

(nàozhōng) alarm clock

闹腾 (w)

(nàoteng) to disturb; to create confusion; to make a din

闹闹攘攘 (w)

(nàonàorǎngrǎng) to create an uproar

闹鬼 (w)

(nàoguǐ) haunted