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Root for the Jayhawks in Chinese

To cheer for the Jayhawks,



("jiéyīng jiā yóu!" — pronounced "jai-ying jyah-yoh")

(literally- "Jayhawks, add fuel")

Root for the Jayhawks in Chinese

To hear an audio recording, choose a file below:

Male Spoken Chanted
Female Spoken Chanted



Both speakers have good tonal pronunciations in the spoken samples. In the chanted samples, the male speaker tries to stay close to the tonal pronunciations while the female speaker "sings" to follow the KU chant.

To see another example of the stroke order for each character, choose a file below:


Jiéyīng jiā yóu!   GO JAYHAWKS!


KU jiā yóu!   Jayhawks jiā yóu!

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