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The term Wei may refer to:


  • Wey (state) (衛, 1040–209 BC), Wei in pinyin, but spelled Wey to distinguish from the Warring States period
  • Wei (state) (魏, 403–225 BC), one of the seven major states of the Warring States Period
  • Cao Wei (曹魏, 220–265), during the Three Kingdoms Period
  • Ran Wei (冉魏, 350–352), short-lived Six Kingdoms state founded by Ran Min
  • Northern Wei (北魏, 386–535), during Southern and Northern Dynasties
  • Wei (Dingling) (魏, 388–392), state of Dingling/Gaoche ethnicity in China



  • Wei (given name), different variations of Chinese given names
  • Wei (surname), various Chinese surnames (魏, 衛, 尉, 蔿, 韋)
  • Wei Lan (衛蘭), Chinese name of Janice Vidal the English Chinese Singer


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