- † to speak loudly; to shout
- † big
- (historical) (～國) one of the Warring States
- (historical) (～國) Eastern Wu, one of the Three Kingdoms
- the territory those states held, around the Yangtze delta
This question is actually a good example of why Ancient Chinese scribes cannot keep on drawing pictures to represent words. They can avoid similar-looking or similar-meaning character components to a degree to distinguish between different words, but at some stage, it will become easier to incorporate a component which refers to the sound of a word rather purely relying on the meaning of a word.
Front view of a person (大, no tilted head) + mouth (口) has already been used for the following character: