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ENGLISH AND CHINESE 

IMC TIOJy^R T. 



IN TWO VOLUMES. 



BY W. H. MEDHURST, SEN. 



VOL. IL 

■H§§§§»tt~ 



SHANGHAE: 



PRIKTEO AT THE MiaSIUN PRRHS. 

1848. 




• 



V -♦. ^v^ 



1 



ENGLISH AND CHINESE 



DICTIONARY. 



VOL. II. 





LAB 

Label, ^ I'ee ; the label of 
a book, ^ keen. 

Labial, dounda, ^ 
sh*m yin ; sliglitly labial, 
^^ a^ k'hm shua yin ; strong- 
ly do. ^ ^ ^ chuBg shun 
yin. 

Labobiocs, HI} ^ k'htn 
lapu,^ 

oua, ^ ^ k'hin k'hob, §(| 
5^ k'hm sin, ^ ^ sm k'ob 

see. 
i^4Bot-Rf toil, ^ y^ laou 
khob, |[|l e, 'jgp keo, tfigl ken. 
^ kenen ^ yun?, |^ keuen, 
3^ kiih. ^ t«uh, ^ tseaou 
Wl y^^' i^j^^^ou saou ; tra- 
vail, ^ i^ keu la6t] ; labour 
and toil, ^ 3^ tsabii t^abu ; 
it cost him a good deal of la- 

tliafei leabu to shabu sin heu^; 
difficult labour, M ^ nan 



LAB 

fan, ^ ^ hwaRg sang. ^ 
jg| uyTh san ; a woraan in la« 
hour, jH j^ san foo, ^ IQb 
san mob. 

To LABOUR, ^ laou ; do. 
diligently, |^ ^ k'hin ladu ; 




to labour in vain, ^ ^ tod 

ladu ; to labour in mind, i^ 

pe ; painfully labori- ll^ ladu sin ; to labour in body, 

^« jj laou lelh ; to labour 

'•a^'d* # ^ « ^»^u, ^ see, 
^chth ; to desist from la* 

^^^^ fS^WlP^ keuen, ^ ^ 
seth laou ; to labour and en* 
courage effort, ]^ ^^ mow 
in5 ; the labouring classes, 

H 1^ ch'he man?. 

L.^BouRRR, JC yV kung 
jin, ^J> ZL seaou kung. 

Labrador, feldspar, ^(J^ 
hb tsl 

Labyrinth, ^ gaou ; a 
labyrinth built by Tisin-che* 

A 



LAD 



768 



LAD 





hwang, wa» called }^ ^ m^. 
low ;a labyrinth among hille, 

^ lljll keen chaii. 

Lac, :^^t^ t8ze kang 
cha ; a lac, or ICO, IKK), f^ yih. 

Lapr, eold and silver, ^ 
^. ^ ?l^kin yin P^en lat$. 

To LACKRATK, ^ j^ jaOU 

hw&6 ; to lacerate a corpse. $lj 
^ la she. 

Laoerta, ppecies, gg ^ 
liiug luy; larcria rrocodiius 
fossiljs, ^ tl 9^ shlh luiif 
tBZe; iacerta buUaris, iff 
shbwkung; the alligator, 
81 to iang,^.^g6yfi. 

To LACK, ^'Ij kcue shabu, 
^ ^ koen shabu ; to lack 
UMsdom, 4} ^ shabu clip. 

Lacker, j^ tseth, ^,_ 
yew tseTh, i^ liwan, :|^ hew, 
^ liew. ^ ^ hew tseth, ^ 
t8ze ; lackered ware, ^ ^ 
tseTh k'he; a lackered table, 

with shells, !^ ^ le teen, 4^ 
i^ 1(5 toeii. 

Laconic, ^ ke^jn, ^ peTh; 
laconic but perspicuous, ^lH 
^3 ke» n urii nilnfr : lacouic 
and pure style, ^ j^ kfifen 
tsaug. 

Lacket, gg $^ kin pan, 
^^ ^ sc^bu sze. 

Lad, 3E ^flng, j^^ -jp 8fta;)U 
t»z^, >|>^ seabu 6rh, /J^ 'gf 




•cabu kwan, /]% ^ 0f| scabu 
han tcTh: J^^^ s.-aoii koae. ^ 
^ muh sho >, ^ 1^ k'liuivT 
tun^,^J^h wsang.J^:^ 
keuh taze ; a la'l above eight 
years of aire, )j\ |^ chinsr tfinL^ 
a young person. ^ jJJ BS 
A neen y6w teih. ^ i^ A^ 
J \, ne^n k'hinsr telh i'm 

Ladofr, ;^ te, |^^J^«?ae 
t^,, j^y -^ te tsze ; cloudy lad- 

To LADE, ^ cho, IQ yaou, 
^ho6j^ hoo,^ yih, ^ 
hwo, ^ chin, HJ^ keu ; to 
lade with th« band, ^ Ia5u ; 
to lade water, j^ ^ yabu 
shwiiy : to lade a v^8S'4, fjjff 
^obw^n mwan tsae. 

Lahlr, ^ ch6, jfj^ »h^, 
l8he,lJihe, tJI t'hee, ^ 
chob, ^ sze^ [^ pe ; a ladle 
for baling water, ^ keft. 

liAORONE, island, -^ \1X 
wan shan. 

Lady, ^^ (^ n>:an? neang; 
a young lady, j^ j(^ koo 
|nP?rin7, ?p 1]\_ s?aiu tueay ; an 
old larty, ^ y,y t'lia** ('ha^ ; 
at»y lady^ ^ ^ foo jin :a la- 
dy of an ofli o.r of the first 
tank, — tSi ^ \ yih p'h« 
foo jin ; do. of the 3rd rank, 
J!J5C A ^f^^"^** J''* ; do. of the 
4th rank, ^ ^ '^""- .i*" ^ ^^' 
of thQ .5th rank, ^ A 





f 



LIK 



r^ 



LAM 



« jTn ; Ar. of the Ttli rank, j^ / lake, ^ j| Jifl tiing tubing 
^ joo jin ; a lady's band. g| bod. 

■an; ladies, j^ ^^ i^ koo | Lama, of Thibet, ^ij IJ^ la 
n?an? mun, yj ^ nae nae ; | nia, *^ 3E fi wan^. 

3^ A tsun 



yow lady, J^ ^ A tsun Lamb, ^kaou, ^^;yang 

^ooj\n. kaoii, ^^Aaou, ^ cboo, ^ 

L.Aj>T-BiRD, ?E ^ i@ ^I'cn, ^h5;a lambda tkiQ, 

hwA kin kwei. ^ ^ ^ l3^ yang kaou cho 

Lady-DAT, 5^ ^ cH'hqin P^®i^*'^ ^^'"^ ^^ * *'**^P> 1^ 
fun. 

To LAC, behind, 

1& how. ^ cbd, >^ 





80, 




^ #^ "^^" ya"& '^^^**- 
LAMK,;[jg^-f>e,l8^|^pcke6, 

i:?^^ P^ k^heen, 16B^ leg pe 



puh tsrn ; it is not that 1 wi^i ! ^^> 1^ 1^ lin^ching, || fj- 



lo lag behind, bnt my hori^e 
wfllnot!ro,|^|Ug|^tlli,^ 

^ 5e uL ^®' 9"^ *^^^ yiy> 

Dia puh tsfa jay. 

Lao-wobt, ^ ^ b'bwan 








y^b]n.r,Jgi§tc hw„y^ ^ 
J^ kew bew, j@ IBf po pe^ 
S^ foo, ti| gan. J({; go, ij$ 
mwan, SJJsan, g^p'been. ^ 

wa«»g- 1^ ^a". Jl^ bwa, g^ p6, 
^ kwei. J[^ claou, ^ 16,;^ 
pcTb, ^ cbo, ^ pc5, l^lae, 
jjL cbo ; a lame horse, *e |K 
noT keen ; to walk as if lame, 
S(^ Jj^ pe mae. 

Lameness. ^§ g«\ J^ ^^ 
(ic (st'Ih. 

To LAMKNT, 0^ :^ta k'iih, 
.^^peiaac, ^-14 k4iuh 



L Aoaa 8T&CEMI A , IfMlioa, 
tsze wei. 

Lagopodium, ^ ]^ pTb 
keu. 

LaTb. of a wild be^ist, ^ 
kew, 1^^ show juh. 

Laity, according to the 
B^iddhisCs, ^^ sub ; whik ih^ 

clergy men arc denomiiiatvd '^'''^ "; ^^ ^^^ k'huh, |g 
^aang. | Ut ha'" ketb, Oljl tJ^ ^Mn 

^ LAK«.)Jfllio6.^bang,f^ yin. t||^ t^^ay t'han, M^»^ 
^ mang hang, ^!^ cb'bjn, 'jgE 
wang : a large lake -3;^^ ta 
hoo ; small do. /J> ^ seaqp 
ho6 : a lak^ among hiUt". S^ kr^: 
•he Ps^ygng lake, f(l£fifl 
F* ring hod ; .Uie Timg-ting 




t'ban Serb, ^ ^ tsze tseay, 
^ ?^ woo boo, ^ ]^ gaq 

^ t'ban, 1[^ yew, |{{ te, |M 
tjBeay, 

La^emtarle, Kf ^ klih 



LkU 



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LAN 



gae, nf '1^ k'hh teth ;bow la- |blow ont a lamp, 0^ jjj '^ 
mentable ! ^ j^i^ gac tsae ; la- ' ch'huy meS tang, 
mp.ntable in iha extreme, BJ 




B^ ^ ^ k'hb shin/ t'han 
tsac : is it not lamentable t IS) 
^ HK^ k'ho pah pel t'han, 

leSn mo ; truly lamentable, pt 
HT t& ^ chtng k'hb «eth tsae, 
l^^^M •hod Mn mln 

^ Lamentation, ^S'''^'' 




Lamp-black, ^ ^ k'hing 
mel, ^ jQ woo yen. 

Lampoon, ^ 1R I^ ^ 
ke fung che szg. 

Lampsana, corn sallad, 
t'heen keae tsa^, 
tan how tsa^. 
Lancb, ;i^ ko, fl tscang, 
^ maou, ^ che, if ^ choo, 
^ chwang, y^ f«i^^ l^gaou^ 
^ sa, :f:| ts.-Iang, f^ seTh, 





5^ t'hun*^' k'hah ; a general la- fegj^ ^ > angr , mn ornamentrd 
mentation, ^ g^« ; the sound | lance, ^ ^ hwa kelh, |j; ^ 

k'he keTh ; a crooked lance, ^^^ 

7} keuh taou, jg H 77 y^ 
yu5 taou ; a pointed lance, ^ 
"J] pelh taou. 

To LANCE, ^ 1J^ tsze p'ho 

-, »A ' I - - ' 5^ I Lancet, ^(i ^ /J> 77 ^*^ 

LAMiNAni a. edible algcB, y§ fho seabu taou. 



of lamentation, & se. 

Lamina, )t^ J^ P'«cn P'cen; 
lamina of copper, 1^ S tftng 
pan,|H^^ tang y« tsze; 
iron do.mJi^ ^'hetS h« 
Ua^, ^ )^ tec p'he^n. 



^ hafe ta6, It iftj hw« n po5. 

hb. JJC]* ting ; one lamp, — ' St 
•^ yih uan tang; to I'^rfjt ja 



Lani>, f^ t^ ; land and wa. 

t«T) UJ yfi ««^n shwuy, >^ ^ 
shwuy luh : land laid out in 
cultiration, Q ^ i?An \i ; 



lamp, ^^, ^ t«en tang, j^m, . government lands, ^B^l^^c^i^ 
j^n tang ; to carry a lamp, ^fi | teftn, Cp ^ tun tcftn ; poor 
j^ t'henou tang ; a bright ) land. ^ Jtk "^^ te ; rich land, 
lamp, flft M ™^"^ ^"- ; " 'BE i|b fei te ; a land journey, 
ornamented lamp, ^ ^ hwa |^ j^ \^\^ io6 ; a land snail, 
tang ; a lamp with five branch- ) ^& ^ hwa n?w. 
©8, ^. 2^^^ woi <^he tang ; j To lakd, ^ ^tanggnan, 



lamp oil, ^ ^ tang yftw, jf^ 
^ hb y4w ; lamp-light, JS"F 
tanghtt, ^Xtilngbbi 10 



h ;^ shang gnan 

Lakd-crab, tftShji^ 
Landed PROpiaTT, |£ jH 



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LAN 



771 



ULN 



•an neSy'^ ^ shTli n~«. 

Lakding-place, J^ IQ 
m\ t'how, ^ po '\ i^ huiigt 
^ ^ poo t'how. 

Lahd-flooo, "^ ^ ta 
«hway, /ft ?|C hum ehwiiy. 

Land-poscbs, ]^ ^ luh 
loo, ^ ^ ping ma. ^ 

Land-bolder, Q 3E te^" 
cboo. 

Lakplo^d, magter of a 
hoose, ^ A choo jln, ^ ^ 
kea chob, ^g ^ uh choo : mas- 
ler of a tavern, ?© [J^ ^ 
tsew teen ckob, ^ ^ U- w 
pabo. 

Landlady, ^ {^ kea mob 
LANDMARK, '^j^'hin yih, 

1^ fjg chin mth, ^ i^ fe^n 

pwan, ^ la, :^ |)ang, j^ 

p*h^;aou ; to yield the land 

mark, ^ B^ yang pwan. 

L^VD-MKASURING, J^ J^ 

;J^ ^ t'hob kill rhc fa. 

Landscape, '/d "^ kwang 
i^^f^g, Ul )ll "A" chliuen, ^I| 
^^H^^ **" Bhwuy che 
hing f>he. 

Landtax, ^ ^ tstt^n 
leang, ffl if te^n foo, ffl ^ 
teen tsoo, ^ f^ foo shwdy. 

Lake, j^ fang, ^ heang, 
^ keu, 1^ tung, Iff t|hun| 
^ bang ; a byeJane, j^. ^ 
pe heang ; a lane without a 
iboroQghfare, j^ ^ kefing 



h;*ang . a lane in Peking i« 
called, ^ ^ hoo tung. 

L \ NO u AGE, 15 hwa,^ vu, 

S 15 y^n yJi, 1^^ fihwd 

hwa, PT^k'hbwszg, ^(9Z\; 

(he Bnirlish language, ^ ^ 

Chinese language, ^ ^ ^ 
chung kw5 hwa ; the lans^nage 
of the country, 7fi JQ ^ pun 
te hwa ; I do not und^^rfftand 
the language, ^ '^ W^ ^ 
gnb pub shth hwa : the lan^ 
guajje of Buddha, ^ |S fan 
vri ; strong language, §§ ^ 
# ^ £ hwa tbw5 tib t'ha^ 
chung ; soft languare. with 
strenuous thought, SQ ^ fjlt 
^ ^ szd sung urh ^ kin ; 
that which lan<niage cannot 
fully express, '^ l^^f^ 
S ^ Jen so pub nang tsin 
chay ; language the same, but 
meaning different, ^ f^ jj[[] 

L I N'ouf d, ^ ^ kcuen K, 
^^iM *'hwne jo, ^f ^ ke&ns: 
kwan, ^ 'I^JS Uwan tsiiy, ^ 

2 keang leane^ >^ teaou 
kwei, 16 kan, ^ kee, ^^ ya, 

^ wci. 

Lawguor, IS^^p'b^' kcuen, 
'C? fiS «n hwang, /£^> ^ sia 
hwan. 

Lan-taov, "^ *^ ta gaoiL 






hA£ 



772 



1-4R 






^^ po le laiig ; a liaiul 

show tai»^ ' 

hwa 



I 







lantero, 

feast of lanttTns, -fS 

tang, ji£^ yiien seao". - 

Lap, ill the bosom, "^ y' 
hwa6 cbung ;on th« kneus. p^ 
Jh scTh shall g, f^f^ chim<r 
keuh, f^ ^ chiinjr yuniTj |^ 
fgrchen joo, :^'^M CP^ 
tseen. 

To LAP, like a dog, ^ che, 
^ ^ k'heu>n s!iTh ; to lap 
over as the teeth, ^ gj^ ch'h-*, 
heae ; \o lap round with cloth, 

y/s ^ ^ 7<C ^ P*^^ w^' c'^®! 

if^ ffl kb poo ; the lapping 
over a selvage, ^^ tso. 

Lat-dog, ^jgj wo, 
^ I/v seabu k^hcuen. 

Lapathum galini 
If yang 16. 

Lapidary, ^ ^E «h!h 
kung, 3S ^ yfili kung. 

Lapis lazuli, ^ggtaing 

Lappa minob, ^ ]i^ tsang 
ikrh. 

Lappet, of a garment, front, 
^f^^chung ynn<r. $91 ^^^j 
foo, fd^ k I b , 1^ ^ chen ke. 
paou, Q^ peaou ; the part 
of a dress that hangs loose, ^ 
|j| e lew^ ^^ ^ kung alun, 

n ^ee, f^* shaou, f^J peaou, 
^ tsae, f^ tsiie ; the part that 



laps over, ^jin, ^ iin. ^ 
k'hfn. ]^ kin, J^ leu. ifjf chcn, 
Ijc foo. 'j?,^ yr; ; lapikit of a 



coat, fj^c'^iwei.fjljhee 






^ wo, 



chuh, 



tee 



fabu che shi. 

lapsjeo, ^ T* ^ 7 ^"y 

h.'i 1a*^ h»aou. 

Lauboard, wg ]£ chwan 

tsb. 

Larceny. /J> ^ 8<abu tsTh 
La R n/Jlf Jjj^ choo yew. |§ 

kfu)u ful, ^ ya Jjj^ J^aou. 
Larder, p|p k«*a«* ^ff rhoo^ 
L^RKs^i Jlfe^l^ t'hobte 
shin, Jj2 sht'iv ; the lares of a 
couniry, |§ ft kw5 shay ; the 
royal lares, 3E ?t ^ang shay; 
the lares of the princes, {^ fjL, 
how shay ; the national lares, 
;;^ iJt ta shay ; the lares set 
U4) hy tlic people, §; fx che 
shay ; private lares, ^^L ^^^ 
shay ; literary lares, ^f fi 
shoo sliay ; days for sacrificing 
to the lares, ^ shay jth. 

Large, il^ tn.^hung, B 
1^«", ^keii, 5|;k'hwan,^,]t 
1^ pelh heth. ^ ts'hoo, }]]^ 
3!iS^ too hoo. % i^ k^hwon t«, 
^iC»^wangtA,^-^kV6 
ta, 35 pel, ^ t'liao, j}^ t'hec, 
J^ sze, ^ scun, ^ kwft, jflf 
kwei', ^ cha, ^ cha, ^ che, 



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773 



LAS 






bfaou fj^ hoo, ^ ian,|^ "TC 

tun. ^ lunor. ^ y »h ^ yin, 
^ Jaou, }{^ ch'he^^ p hoo, 
^ 5^ pwan p5. ^ ke, |L 
k'h::n:r, ^ y^w, ^ k'hwaiig, 

^^ ^^^' ^Sc ^^'^^ ^ pliow ; a 
lar .;« head, j^ hwuy, ^ kaoii, 
^ ^eun. ^ 1^. k'lie «z.e, Xi 
shih ; a large month pg D^ 

P*y»7 ^^^'<^ *^»8iin, 
hwan large eye». ^ kah, 
fei. ^ b"en, 5^ heae, 
ch'hun. ^ keuns?; a large- 
felly, g& HJ^o tun ; a large 
eword. ^ n| <ed keu^ ; a 
large field, ^ S fob te^u ; a 
large piece, — • ^ y^*> pwan ; 
a large botiae, ^ ^ '^^u «hth; 
a large scale, ^ "^ ^ f*^? ; 
large and wide, ^ ^ chant; 

^«g, ^^manglang, ^ 
Tt "an «uy ; a Uirge drum. ^ 
I^ fun kob ; a large carriage? 
^ ;^ loo kcu. 

Larc, ^ -^ -^ kaou 
flieen tsz?;, 'Q' {jH jt«h line, 

^ ^ line Ise5, ^ 5f j"^n 

keaou, |l.i ppf: ^ <»an nia uth; 

a kind of lark, |^^ ^g Ifn^ 

cfioen; erected lark, f^ ^ 

kS5 (log. 

L^RVA., of insects, Jl^ ''^ 

h^ueo huh, i^ i^ tse tsaou ; 

tlia larve of the ba»Ue, (jg[ 





heueii, ^ ^ yew mow ; ihe 
Wvaeof moschntoes, ^j y^ 
yoen h wan ; do. of ihe praying 
mantis. $^ ^ pe seraou, ^ 
peaou : larvae of the cicada, 
^ Ib[ shun tuy. 

Laryicx, ^P^ kflh mfln, 

L\ecivi«.v8, iS SI Tin 

Iw itj^^ keaon gae, J[J 

^ s^ay yin. BE i^ y»" tang, 
131 neaou, ^ ylh, 7/ 
taoii t'hoTv, f^ neth, ^^^ 
p't aou, ^ Q t'han sYh ; las* 
rivious liioujhts, fj^ ^ yuh 
Sf^aner. |^ tsae ; lascivious 
soii?:.s. tB§ l^ wa yaou. 

li \9H. ^ f»^>n: eive him a 

few lashae.:f7'ftb^ Tt^ jF 
la t'ha ke hea pVn tflxfe. 

To L.4SH, ^ ^ i»»Vn tsth, 
^ Hf ta p:>en, ^ ^ peca 
p6. 

Lass, jt^ ^S "X^"^ ^*^» ^J* 
5[H. seabu tseay, ^ "^l^ tung 
nyu. 

Lassitude, ^ ho, J^ 
hwny, ^ k.u'n, g^ ^:cwnn 
keut^n. ^^ ^ tan pinij. ^ 
pae. extreme do. ^ kwef, 

kwaii f:\, ^ ^ kpu n ta.^. 

Last, ^^ mo : the last, ^^ 
r§ m^ how, ^ ^ wci 
'^ w, i^ ^ chirntr ni\ ^ 
kfte ; the la«t time, ^ (^ m J 
stiS ; the last day, yj^ p{ m5 



LAT 



77/ 



LAT 



jih; the las^ day of the old' 
year, ^ ^ H.o5 sTh. ^ ' 
•-* «'. 1^ ^ choa yay, j|| 
Vjg^ sdy wan ; the last inoiiili ; 



of a season, ^ ^ kwcf yuc ; ; 




the last month of spring, ^^ | 
y^ k£ ch^hun ; the last month 
of the year |^ ^ lee yue ; the j 
last age of a dynasty, or the 
world, ^jtf; ni:. A\^ ; ihe last 
member of a senloiice, 3ft ^ ' 
m5 keu ; from first to l.-i:«t, VfC | 
Tf^ pun mo ; tlie last chop-boat ^ 
in shipping off .argo. ^ ^^ 
sanu chwan ; tli.* la:*t sia^e of | 
life, ^ ^ tan ielh ; the last 
in flis;ht, ^ teen ; last ye^r, 
^ ^ k'hcii necn ^ ^ kew 
ne^n; ^J^k'hrh suy ; last 
evening, IJ^ ^ iso w >n, \% 
heuen ; the last drop. ^ jj^ 
ya lelh : at last, ^ king, ^ 
^ kew king, ^ ^ king jAn : 
from first to last the same, ^ 
^ in "— che chnncr jod ylh ; 
the last of a shoe, ^ ^ hea^ 
k'*ucn, ^ ^ heuen t'how, 
H^lefa. 

Lasting, ^-^k^wrhanT. 

1^ :g meen cha.ig, % '^ 

kew tsun ; not laHting, ^ jjj^ 

pah naij, ^ J^ pfih la'u. 

Lastly, ^ »<^ chung che. 

Latch KT, ^ »^ hea^ ta4. 

Late. ^ che, ^ ge, § 

Chung, ^ gin, ^ how, ^ 



wan ; late in the evening, ^^ 
"Y heun selh ; late at night} 
^ ^ leaner yay, ^ j^ yay 
'^hin, B^ p^ wan Ian ; laite in 

'>f^9 1{^ ^ ^^v' "e^n ; to come 
Ift^e, ^ # iM I<^ tih cha. 

Lately, jE 5(5 kin la^, ^ 
^ wef kew- ^^ ^ sin k''n 
teTh, ^ IHc jr sin pwan tszi, 
Hll^ kang tsae, ^j^ ^ fang 
tsae. 

Latent. t^yin.JR^yin 
chwang. (^ ^ yin neth, fg"* 
^ rsiii cho s t^^ 6^ m<^h 
me«hteih,|J|^gnanjen,fg}^ 
jgij ^ 111 w t'how teihjla. 
tent heat, ^ y^ yiu ho. 
^iJ^ RAL, ^ ^ pslng teTh, 
H Pg peen teth, ^ king, ^ 

8»«y, W ping, ^ S 6^ pang 
pt^en tell I. 

Lath, i\^)^ muh p'he^n 
^ Ir ^aA, p'heen, 7k M '"^h 
se6, !^jin; the laths under 
the tiles of a house, ^ yaou. 
Lathb, ^^ohay chwang, 
' M chay pwan, |^ 1^ lun 
chay : do. used by potters, ^ 
ij^s !^ la pei chay. 

L.iTHP^R. ^mftj'^^mo 

Latin, ^jg^ la t;hena; 
the Latin language, ^ §/ ^| 
la ting hwa. 

Latitudf. ^ wei ; paral- 
lels of, 1$ II wei seen, ^ 




ULV 



'7i 



LIU 



^ wei too, ilk dH t^ weL 1^ he, ^ kjhih, 1^ If, "^ 
Latter, ^ ^ how telh ; ' yu, Bj^ hclh,^ ylh, || chin, 
fauter end, ^ chung, ^ f€ ^ ^ y*^^"* ' ^ '*"?'' A* 



m5 how ; the latter age, ^ IBI 
kvei she ; the latter crop of 
grain. ^ ^^ wan hd. 

Latterly, |£ ^ kin she, 
j£ ;^ k.'n la^. 

L\TficK work, /iCnl^'^^^'' 



»ny one, ^Hg |^ seaou ne6, j^l^ 
II he seaciu, ij ya, |f ^ 

been seaou, ft « JK[ «» H^^ 
kwei sea'U, ^ ^teaou Reaou; 
to laugh aloud, ^^'JZ^ 
ho ho ta sear.u i^^ E[j^ i|^ h^',^ 



le, ;|| ^ hwang lin ir ^ heen; *^ ^J :^ ^ ho ho ta seaou^ 
a lattice window, ^ IS^keaoii • *)§ 'j| uh e, f^ l^ >|^ chlh 
cliwan? : lattice-work partition, ^ clilh jen, ^ fon^j, '^ ki-o, W^ 
Ife ^ ^ seang yen IL j 8uh. 5g 5^ ^^h k'h.o, ^ J^) 

To i.Auu, ^ ll yA seVn. ; wuh kelh, U^ @ hoo loo. ^ 
isao Been, |§ 0f l^eu. ]|^ ^ helh heih, ^ |^ 





ch'hin&f isBD, ^ ^ paou i he sea .u ; to laugh immoderate- 
^^^g: 4§ IS 8ung tsan. ly^ |H ^^^ 5 ^ '*"?^ without 

Laudable, liX ^ 3^ k'hb showing the iceih, ^>fC^ 
cVhing leih, ^^^ k'bb ^ seaou pQh ch^ ch he ; to 
yu teih, i^^^ han habu ■ Uu^rh gently, %M^^ 
tclh, OT ^ ^ k'hb kea telli, ■> hwau urh ufh s -u n , to laugh 
BI i^ 6^ k'hb mel teth. j and play together, S^^ m^t^n 



To LAVE, JjfeJ^se telh, 
55t kwan se, jg J^ ^^^6 •:.. 

Lavender, water, f£ 
;^ hwa loo shway. 

To LAi-GH. ■^seaoii.nH 





sin, 



j ting ; to laugh loj^ether ^ he; 
I to be lau'^hed u(, ^ g^ ke^n 
seaou, ^ -g)f show ch'hc ; 
laughing and joking, ffi^ ^ 
_ chaou scaon, 'S' ^ « heu; 

^ yen 1^ yin^ 1§| chib, ^ laughing and liiterinj ^ ^ 
Chan. ^ chaou,' Blfl rhaou, ^ tfiij' ntf he he ho ho, fl ^^'^ 
^ hwan urh, J^ fi^ oo hod, • k'hbw heft hea ; laughing for 
Hfij fjH ht^u leu, n^ ^ hae tae, l joy, ^^ hin he ; the noise 
1^ che, ^ ^ e h Ji. ^ e, | of langhmir, |x ?$ ^^''^^^ ^^i 
^^kw.•i |5; che, ^ hae, /jj^ | 86^ ^ heu leu || ts ^en ; the 
hin, !§§ yth, ^ ch'he, 1^ : laughing of a child, R^ hae, 
. te'lir'en, 1*^ hae, ^ heae, ^ \ ^ hap : to huist out a laugh- 
ue, 0^ how, njf yin, 1^ d, ! ing, ^^ fa seaou, ^| *{^ 

B 



LAW 



rre 



LAW 




is ^ seaou k'he laS ; to laugh 
in cue's face, ^ ® fifi ^ 
tang meen firb seaou. 

Lavgu, ~ g^ yth seaou, 
^ yu ; a bud laugh, 'JZ §^ 
ta sea 'u ; a little laugh, ^k§^ 
wei seaou ; to join iu a laugh, 
Ph j^ V^^ seani. 

Laughter. $X S)t 8^^^ ®^*^ 5 
loud laughter, l^^iseue tabn. 
a loud fit of laughter, — • ^ 

y< ^^ y^^ ^^^^ ^'^ seaou ; for- 
ced laughter, 5S ^ fih e. 

L AUG H ABLE, "Bf ^ k'ho 

^eac'u. ^ ^ ^ sf-a u iTh 
babu, jjf ^ haou sea^^u. 

Lavish, expenditure, f^ 
^ p'ho fef ; wasteful, ^ ^ 

chaych'he,^f?gL^lang 
fei Iwau yiing, ij^ ^ ling 
tseay. 

To LAUNCH, into the water, 

j^'^yK^ sung hea shwuy 

^ kheii, ]^ J'^ 4Cf^ng lo shwuy 

Laundress, j9c^7t,M 
se e cbe foo. 

L\UREL, ^ ^ yue kwei ; 
the laurus ca-sia. ^ kwoi. , 

LAW,^^lJleuhie,^l^ 
lefth fa, >KM fi loO: ^5i 
chc fa, ^Ij 'f^ chi ling, ^ ^1 
Chun islh, 3^ ^ fa leuh, §j 
g^ the ro^, ^ ^ channr 

•^»'lng, ^M kThlo, 3^^ 
:kuiig|fny,^^kinl,'ng,^ 




kwci moa, ^ 3£ kens fa, 
^ ^ teaou le K- ne5, || 
pelh, ^ king. ^ >h:h, {^ c, 
Ifc k^i, ^, heen, # e, ^ 
fan, f^ ptien ; the law that 
binds, ^ so ; the law of the 
land, ^^"1^ wang fi, ^ J$ 
kwo fa, = H ii/an chlh fa; 
a great law, ^^hu*^gftn, 
■^fe^fC ta p^en; the laws oT 
heaven, ^ ^ t'h.-^cn leuh ; the 
law of decorum, Sc K ^ ^^5 
the laws of rank, |||| ^l] p'hia 
c\\' : the meshes of ihe law, 
^^ fa wang; established 

law, S ^ ^'^^ ^^^ ' ^''^ **^ 
ofChina,A^^^tats'injr 

leuh U : to violate the law, f^ 
j3; fdn fa ; to det^-rmiue accor- 
ding to laws, -fife # ^ ^ 
e leuh b & ; to punidh to the 
utmost extent of the law, Q 

1^ ^ J« !^»^ ^ ^'^*"S ^*^^ • 
10 establish a law, 4 ^ leTh 

fa ; to pervert the law, ^ ^ 

wang fa. 

Lawful, "^ ^ I^^ ^• 

Lawgiver, g^ i£ W ^'^^ 
fa chay, ^ hLVn. 

Lawless, ^ Jc woo to^^ ; 
a lawless vagabond, 
j^ pdh fa che too. 

Lawyer, jjj^ gjj] chwanfi^ 
8ZC, |g gip Sling sze. ^ |||t 
shoo fian : a pettifogging law- 
y^i !)fc ^ kwang kwiii. 




L4T 



I if 



lUY 




LAWSUIT, ^ 9 ran? »e. - 
g^ kwaii siiug, ^ i[^ ^ 
ka u chwang sze t'h^ ; lo 
eo^^e in a lawsuit, fj ]|p flj : 
la kwan sze. ^ Mt ke£ su»^' | 

L»WN.iJpiioo, ^±^ 
J^ gnao aliang plog t«. 

L%w8oviA, purpurea, ^^ I 
^ che kea hwa. i 

La FEB. of skios, -^ ^^ 
ytli isan p'hA : a niQe-layered 

^^^1 JL ^ Wi kcw uan 

kaou. 

L^x, ^ sung, H #00. j 

ToLAT, or put down, 'j^ 
1% ting bed ; to lay on the 

F<>«"di S!&% Jl che Uao 
te slipn^ ; to lay hold of, ^ j 
l9iih. ^ na, ^ tsaou. |^ tseu, [ 
ff^ ^ Unb cbo>, ^ ^ uOh 
na, ^ ^M na taru ^ h'7en. 
iQ km 2: Icunx j^ I in? ^ 

Jew na ; Co lay fast hold of. ^ I 
kin, ^ snh. ^ ^ kin kc : to 
hy op. ^ ^ choo choo. jJ5[ 
H^ show chwao!!. j{\ Jil ^-low 

k5 tsa^, g^ S Che ko, ^ 
keu, jy^ ^ !«how ch6 ; to lay 
up wealth, j^ \jl^ telh («ae : to 
lay up blocks, ^' jj^ chwang 
pan ; to lay heary burthens on 
others, and b^ indnl^nt to 
oiie's-self, ^ A ^ ^ 





Co lay by. f^ "p fang h3a. ^ 
kara ; to lay by weapons, jf^ 
§j^ -]p J^ tsac t*?:h kan ko ; 
lo lay on fokwrs, ^"^^ shang 
«»h, «t^ •'«"-' ihecn. f^ 
^ fo'> sih, ^ 1^^ fo^ y^ 
'''h, ^ t[^ fo-^ fun, ^ 
hwuy wei.^^hwa hwa, 
wu'^n : to lay aside resentment. 

and sort, ^ § po5 cbe ; to 
lay a table, ^ ^ poo cho. fj 
^ she s«;lh : to lay in order, 

^ ^ P^^ ^^^^ f ^o '^y snares, 
jy^ {^ luae fuh, ^ foo ; to 
lav plans, ^ ^ mow szi, 
St ^pytit^ chow ; to lay the 
hand on, ijg^ ^^ gnan show, 
jf5 ran", ^ foo : to lay the 
hand on the lieart, ^ *Ca foo 

*'" ff5 '&"™un si"- ^ j"": 
^ »<«u, 5^ peaou, 1^ pelh ; 
io lav the hand on the ^word, 

"Sc Wl r^'^'^" k^-n : to lay be- 
fore one, "^ "^ ka u so '» ; lo 
lay before a superior, j^ ^f 
shiing ka'u : to lay b-fore a 
higher tribunal, ^^k'hung 
'-a'-u : to lay a foundation, Tt 
S fit lelh ke che ; to lay the 
foundation of a dynasty, 0{ 
^ chaou pang, ^ ^ k'liae 
kwo, g| ^ khae ke, ^ ^ 
chaou kS. )§|J ^ciiwang nee ; 
to lay th'' foundation of a 
building, S ^ ^h«2 kh i to 



L.4Z 



S i 



LEA 





lay n%vie. ^ ^ choo klied; 
^P seaj. :if[. nwa ; to !ay aside 
doubu. ^ ^ cboCf e ; to lay 

aiiid« «iudy. ^^^«>*'-Q^«w. 
to lav ODe's f« ulu oii othfrrs. 

t'hiiy kw't ke'h j':n : to lay in 
ruifu, V^^ hwhj chc ; to 
W «gg«, IFJ ^ hSa tan, ^ 
f ng tan ; to lay prostrata, 
^ kin:^ foo : to lay down, 

M '^y. ^p ^'"J^^^o^ ^ T ko 

hca ; to lay injunctiong on of- 
ficers and Boldiers, ^^ she ; to 
lay iniuiictiona on one's-self, 

keae ; to lay open one's mind, 
^-^ ^ shoo sin ; to lay stress 

on, ^ ^ ^ ^"" ^''* " ^ » •^ 
lay under water, ^ QQ tsi'ii 

tiipo. 

La YE II. S' ^^an : layer up- 
on layer. \ff J^ ^ |^ isan 
tsan tee te£. 

L\r,AR norsE, J^ |i[|J^ 
ma fuug yuen. 

Lazulb, lapis, ^ ^ uing 
kin. 

Lazv, fH "^ Ian to, 
heae to, ^g, j^ tae to, ^ 

^ hcac man, *j^ ,^heac 
tae, ^ ^ gae tae, pff§ tuy 
jS'Ilfy""?^? j^lh, {f luy, 

yu ; lazy and self-indulgent, 
•^- 'It ll St tac t6 tsx« 






; gnan ; a lazy fellow, f^ ^ 

; been show. 

' Lea, W tStn. ^ poo 

Lfap. Sa vu?ii. •£ S hlh 
yn'-n S ^ iifh s^lu W "^ 
tsing kin. S ^ hlh kin : lead 
before it is refined, ^ ^ ItMi 
•elh ; a leadtrn pjstle, ^ i|^ 
yii^ chob. 

To LEAD, m yin, ^ scuh, 

_ yuen. ft y^|^ yio, |^ 
shuh. ^ koo. TO ftiansr, $1 

^^a, ^ j'"g^ A be. ^ yuen, 

""y^w, ^ Ic, ngchbang, 

_ wan, ^ y6. :^ j^yh :^ 

I tho, ^ kelh, ^ u,o. ^ a, 

g t'hing, H na. ^R theaou, 

; m ^«°g jf kane, :j| yu, ^ 

ihaou, IP ch'hen. ^ kcu, 

^ ^•^^^^ loo^ 7JS S keOh 
keuii, t^ '•^^aou, M t'been, 
chin, j^ man, |^ seuen, 
tsuy. ^JMfhow, ^ n'h:^t5, 
^^^ seuen. ^ chen, :^ :J^ 
yuen keii, ^ § | fa-u yIn, § | 
19 yin ta-u, § ^ tuh sciUi, 
^^setlhlmg, 151 ^vin 
y^^, S 9 1 y"en yin, 1^ H] 
chow yin, ^ ^ | shin jrin, ^ 
^ klieen seSh, @ ^ tsz^ 
senh ; to lead by the h„nd, -^ 
;S show yuen, fj^ ^ h^. 
sliNw : to lead customs, ^ 
^ ^ seuh kwei ken ; to take 
the lead, ^i jf^ seilh se#n ; la 




f 



i 



7«l 



LEA 



lead and folloi 





chansT I pTieen. ^ pang, ^ tec, 






^ '^wan. 



sny ; to lead aiid support, ^^ . 
^^ v' w yib ; to If ad an ariii\ 
^ ^hnj keuii. ^||| 3p s^-uli 

aZ'- .^^seiih ^ac-- : to I a- 

an bisiiiTectiofi |jp q[^ ch*au 

Iw n : to I' ad (orth a -^trcani 

^^ tieu -hwrTV.^ «*lio 

^ P ^'^ tS^ '^*''* • *o '•''*** ''* 

way.^il&y" 1« 81 JT 
yiii h 111! : to lead forth f^ 

k'hoo . to If ad off waier. y^ 

hw';y, ^ t w : to leail on lii 

obdint ^|t lH fjl^y u 

kft Aun tsiing ; lo h* ad on i* 

the path of kiiowle^. §||| -^ 

heun ta'^ii : to lead the hin-drcf 

«ffi«*w- ^ W ir I'hdng pil 
kwan. 

Leader, ^^ ^ peabii 
•^nh chay. f^ fSfi kwei 97. 

ch bane «»eiih. ^ Bl| rh'lianL' 

i-how, «^ chan^. ^"M" *^"'' 
•how ; leader of the eiiipir-. 
(ih« sovereiL'n,) ^ "^T ^ 
tlieen hea cb'han^ ; the I ad r 
in a carriacrr; in four. ^ j^ 

fei ma : on** who points out the 

road, ^§ ^ I ^ ch% yin ch'iy: ' ^ keu ^ Iny. ^ s^ng 
there is no leader, ^^ J^^ ^ s-insr ^ Beaoii. $P tsiiy 
|2^ woo e rh'h^ng chc. 
Lf AF, ^ ye ; l«*af of a tree. 



shoo y-~ - the leaf of a di«or, 
-h n l^f i^hrae, ^ 

I'^h. ^y h ^^.^p eon iK^Teii: 
I «iiit:Ic-l.'affd door. ™. "^^j 

III III'' 11 - a douldf-l-afed do. 

Wi IJ '^*»sr sh n mjii, 

^^ " J!^ P^ fth>%an.; »*heii 

he tn'ii : the fnlljiiz of the 

af. ^S '*aou : th- K*avt 3 are 

ill fall.tr ^. ^H ?^ sh..'- 

V tsiii |6 : lejif-ffold, ^ ^^Q 

*-^iii p"» : li-aves de:>riw«l 01 -'v rv 

hi'iir hut tht' filffe, f^ ^ j^ 

ntiii te sha. 

L»' \FLFSi«. ir.'e 
^ ^sho- ilinh 

LFAGiF,|la4^ mliig yo, 
^ ^^ khe yo. 

TOLEAK, jpi'w. ^ 8-.^ 

7l^9-rlcw, ^ >^^e.^8^y. 
>^ )^ san Ic. j^ ^ scwi l^' w.. 
7^ san, ^ Uan. ^ Bee : a 
l.aky ship J5& IS Ji^^a^ 
f- 1 - w ; a leaky house, ^ 1^ 
h I'^w ; a leak in a vessel, 
% han. 

I.FAN, fl^ peTh. w s^w 




fa, :^ ch1ia^, ^ kcw, J^ 
keu.^f^ teenou tgny 




i^ ^ #iho . y5 ; the leaf of a l^an ; lean meat. ^ |^ tBJiig 

•^^^j "^^ y^ ^^^» JP "^ J^*^ ^ leanness, |S hwan. 

tsih taze, K y^' # «» ^'^^ ' To leak, agaiuet, |§ c, ^ 



3(1 echa.J^^e Chang, fj^ 
fooitt '""», ^ W '*'''»"" 
ch5, ^ pang, il 1,^, j^ «, 
l^yae; to liraii on, ^ \^i»v. 

piogk'a-^u-^plii^;loI'aii un 
a Wbl,-. H ri >t" ^^ "^ iL 

^ l-ing gnaii, ■^ 1^ !■ cho : 
to lean on a alaH, j^ ^ clilh 
c)tBit^;to li^an U|>on any onu. 
© yin, |jj^ thih : to Uati ovir, 
^ tn- : to I<-an a^'ainsi any 

ptand wiiboiit Laiiini^ jj^ 7 
^ ielh puh pt'Tii. 

To LKAP, Igfe fUeaoii, JH 
yo, ^, t'heaoii Jj^ {§ I'eaou 
yr>. HjTth'. ^ j .. j^ snoii, 
^y.w>. Sfe^keuyo, !^ 

kw-i.ggchu^, 1^ .hah. Pfp 

fei, i^ i^ ^'f^^" I'^Sn^. ^ 
chuii!! ;(o leap for j>y. {^ |^ 
yiinff y6, tTK hrung; to leap ] 

"P. ik & 3fc » i'-"o" k h--. 

lag ; to leap over, Sfe j!^ ^ 
t'h««on kw' k'hKti, ^^||(y»i'- 
1<'£. ^ IS P""^ ''eu : to leap 
over a wall !9fe ^ t'heaon 
t«eatig, ^ SyO hwSn ; to 
Wp over a pit nf fire, g^ ^ 
^ t'hcaou bb k'hang; to l<ap 
over the northern tea, j^ j^ 
^ chaori pTh bait ; to Irap 
into the rivpr end be drowned, 



Bzi: : fo leap over the foima, 
^ ^ lee lano;. 

Lk.^p-proq, t^: j>% kew 
liew. 

Lr^p-vear, P^ ^ £^ 
jun jll) aain. 

To L„.vHN. ^he6,p^ 
hs.n i^ih, ^ ^ h«fi hea<>u, 
^ iioaou, gip szc, f^ szc || 
hwan.'; to learn assiduoJely, 
lb ^ k'hin hefl, fj ^ lelh 
liiio : to il arnjby heart, i^§t 
[)ui' shoo. 

1<NARK«R, ^ ^ heo snng 

LEARNED, f^ ^ poheft, 
X VH w^" '■an ; a Wrnrd 

joo fhay, ij^ -J; yay azo, ^ 
^^ sboo tae. 

Lf. USING, ^^hft'-iwan 

wnn, ^ i^ I«rA hiif) ; growth 
of lejirninsr. ^ ^ i,.* rhih ; 
I.Brning w a treasure nt hand, 

•elh iiiane r.he clijn ; learned 
profeasion, ^ ^ sliuh kfn : 
'he learning of the wise, ^ 
^ sc be<V 

LivASF.,oriand,^ (iQ ^ 
tBo-i t.'ien k'hu ; do. of a houae, 
^^(aitffk'he. 

Leaht, j^ 'J. tauy •'■aim, 
^ ^ ha' u 1^ : not the least 

*"0h IS M '^ ^ ^^^*> '^ 
pOh la'Jid. 



IMA 



781 



LSA 



inae 



Lpathfr, ^ wci. JgJ p»^ ; 
dressed leath T, ^ ^ «hdb 
P^f ^§ 1^ seaoii p'he: a L-a- 
tber girdle, |^ i^ phfe lai, 
^fiih,!^ k'h.\eu ; a leather 

l«««. IK IK 1^ P'hS yaou 
^tS^ifcS kingp'hStae: 
IpHllKr Gsp, 9|li -^ wei peeo: 
ft^ p'te pgea, ^ ^lj« 
peeo ; leather breeches, j^ ^ 
pile klio >, ^ Ueueu ; leailit:r 

P™^°^t 11^ ^ keuen liii^ : 
leather shot^s, ]^ ^ p'he heae 

heae ; a leaiher bag, jj^ ^ 
p'h^ 4iing: a leather dresser 

To LKAVF, to quit, m Is, 
fj pec, ^^ keen id; to 
forsake, ^^ wei k'he ; to 
leave s pattern, ^ "^ chuy 
*^' ^)K wei fa ; 10 leave 
theWfriLUJlftseaysh^ ^ 
# klieu she., ^^ )^ kh-ii 
hnnecliin ; to lt*ave a f^arty, 
^ lp» f^ keon : to leave be- 

l*'"^? S! >C ^^' ".^^^ ' ^^ l<*'avc 
behind At death, JE ^ aS "K 
sze how wef hea. fq -, Pw *^ ; 
to leave to postt rity, ff] f/( 

*? W ^ J** ^■*^' *"" • ^' t^ave 
the iHtblic service, ^ ^ kVu 
kwaii ; to leave uBcultivatcd, 
jK wIl bwimg 900 ; to leave 
fur execution, ^ J^t^ow keue: 
fa leave behind, ^^ ^ -^ 



lew hea klif u : to leave off, 
«. ^«h\y, J|pa;tooiiiii.^ 
wang, Bjp fei : to ^ve up. m^ 
^5 t ho we.. 1^ ^ s^^ay k eii: 
to leave over. ^ :^ shth wei ; 
to leave to, ^ ^ • wei ; to 
leaV'i off work ^ 31 pa kti"ff» 
^ m tseu^n knnz : to leave 
posterity,^ ^wel ch^in.5 ; 
1 am loth to leave hiin, ^ J\ 
^ ftfe sliay pull tih t'hii : to 
leave for a short time, ^ JJ 
isVn pic; ;to leave behind une, 
ng 7^ l-^w hea . ieavin'4 out 
»»^i^ 1^ llfc ;i'^ cho.- tsze 
«l«" waJ ; to leave off drinking, 
g^ ^ sw.iii t«'*w : to leavA off 
tiic use of opium, ^ ^ ^ 
kea*. ya p'heen ; to lake leave, 
"^ jlf ka^u sze; going out 
you must ask leave, g[J |^ 
Y^ chliuh f)ei}i ka u : give nie 
leave, y^ ^ $^ yew tth mo. 

Leavings, "^ mo, ^ ^ 
choo yu .; do. of food ^ isan; 
do. ofci]p.-<. ?:^f^tsan f>ei. 

LiJ^AVEN, 0^h a u^^kwn^ 
^ keiih e. ^ y », ^ r^ 
tsae keuh : drird I aveii. ^^ 
Iffl l'» shan, ^ h«iu- : lav'n 
for fermentin«^ liquor, >j^ |^ 
mci keuh. 

To LF.AVEN> ^j^^ ^fii h^-a u, 
]|u^ '^'he hen u; leavened 
bread, B^ |§ ^ h'-a'u m^en 
ping ; unUavaned bread, ^^ 




LfiA 



rm 



ULA 



H e cho, f§f '^ e Chang, }\] 
foo, tfi lioo, ^ ^ k'haou 
ch6, ^ pang, ^ po. ffi a, 
yae ; to kan on, ^ pini? 







§! ping, ^j§ ping e, 

ping k'a'^u. ^^|>^ng; to 1 an on 

a table. ^ jL y»" *^^ '^ iL 

^ \Ang gnan, '^ ^ ^ cho : 
to lean on a stall, ^ 1^ chth 
clian^ ; to lean U|K)n any one, 
© yi". illL ^hTli ; to lean over, 
^ ta** ! to li-an a^^ainsi any 

stand without L ailing jQ^ yf^ 
1^ leth puh p^lh. 

To LEAP, fflk t'heaoii, 

I^ yaon. Jfe ^ keu yo, 1^ 
kw. 1, 81 chu^, (^ chQh, iff 
fei. ©^ M ^'^•^aou l:=an«r. ^ 
cliun2 ; to leap for j >y. |^ |^ 
ynnff y6, Jf^ houng ; to leap 
^P) S^ fe ^ t h-aou k^h'> 
la^ ; to leap over, ^k ^ ^' 
t'beaon k w ' k'heu, ^ {[Ml yur 

lee. ^^ roy^ ^^" : ^^ l«*tp 
over a wall S3^ ^ Theaon 

^*^»^?» Ht Sy^ hwan: to 
I^ap ovrr a pit of fire, g^ ^ 
^ f hcaou bb k'hang ; to l< ap 
over the northern tea, j^ ^ 
^ cbaon pTh hae : to leap 
into the river and be drowned, 
H^ if fKQ JE ^'heaou kd firh 



sz>i : fo leap over the forms, 
^ ^ le^ taug. 

Lkap-prog, ^ %% kew 
hew. 

Lrap-year, P^ ^ J^ 
jiin jTh neln. 

To LRARN. jp bed, ^ 9 
heo scih, jP ^ heft heanu, 
1^ hoaou, gjjj 8ZC, H^ sze f| 
hwantf ; to learn assiduously, 
% ^ k'htn heo, fj ^ |elh 
heo ; to Irarnjby heart, ^ ^ 
f>cr shoo. 

Li:arnkr, ^ ^ heo snng 

Lf-ARNED, 1^ ^ p5heo, 

X w ^^" ^a" ; a learned 
man, J^ J: 'hpo sze, ^# 
joo f hay, jj^ -^ y^y szc, % 
r^ shoo tae. 

liRuiNiNG, ^^! heo wan, 
^5 ^ he<S Wan, ^ P^ b^-6 
wnn, Pf^ ^ tsa^. he:6 ; growth 
of learning, ^ ^ Uil6 rhth ; 
learning is a treasure at hand, 

seTh shansf rhe chin ; learned 
profession, ^ ^ shub kea : 
»he learning of the wise, ^ 
^^se heo. 

LRASR,of land, ^ {Q ^ 
teo'^ t*'^n k'he ; do. of a house, 
^ fai»«r k'he. 
Lkabt, jg 'Jx isuj ieaim, 
^ ha u 1p : not the least 
error, ^ ^ 3^ ^ baou U 
pOh U'h6. 





Ul 



r&i 



hSH 




^^y^W ^>"S *^°S> M yih, §f slioo. ^ yea, ^ ^ 
keaoa, |^ fuh, ^ JCFA, ^ cben yeq, ^ ^ shoo gniin ; 
ken ; light panuloons, f^ k vrfi time pf leisure, wm kelh, pg ^ 

Legible, ^ f^ {£4 ('hull hts£n fpn ; a l«i«ure day, ^]^ 
nil (h'huh. ' Hwana jib, fl^ ^ hea jih ; at 

U-oipN, 19,980 ptes, ^ |eisuir«, ^f^ tth hfi^n, ^*' 
k«u», @g 8« ; a lAFga 6ftipp(i- ' cbMRg ; leisure talk, W\ I 
f^ pHi bif)?- hf^i^ tiwi ; to fft*;al .A leisMre 

fi, ^ lieen. cliiin? t'how fa -.a ; pure leisure, 

^he ieih fa leiih qhajr, J^ I ^urc to eat, >}% ^ W. V P^^ 




I 




i^pisLATjiaB, nj .^ :j(5 

^ chwang fa chis hwijy. 

iU6JTiiiAT|£, ^^^^etfa 
^ i 4egitimate oOipriBg, ;^ 
Mffith 8^; legitimAfe 8fa«, 

5 '^^g tP*fe, ^ -Jpli?^ 

B^ -^ ch fog lean tcUi ts2^, 
li ^^ ^ chf pg nieaoM te.|h 
(8Ze; legitimate aud ^pgrioufi 
W disUpguishaWe, JBi^^ 
1^ cbijBg wpl we m qg : honest 
aud paper. IE i^ ^ ^^ini; 
king tejii, ^^ ^ ^ cWnjr 
Irt-i la*\ lelli; le«^jtlniate v^fitc 
JE ^ ch^ig Ue, j^ ^ tefh 

^ ^ is ^P ^ niaiinr taa*ri. 
To LEG«TiM\TE, Tti^ leTh 

««4, & JS H ^ 1^^ wel 
cfifog tssie. 

Lrirtjhb, ^^h'?An k'unij, 
^ Jg b'^o bea, ^ ;g hca 



^ pub tib liuQiyr foo sjblb ; liv- 
ing sX leisure, with nothing 
«^ do, Ig- 13 i f[ keu h*^.n 
wpd .8^6 ; n little Ijeisqre, ^^ 
^ WLOM he^ ; to ^ake advan- 
ta<j;e of a leisure q^incni, ^ 
ag 8l>ing hjii. 

man teih, jK ^ ^ lan tan 
jctt, "-^ ^ cheu hcueu, ifej^. 
kpo tqcay, ^ ^ Ifcun soun, 
§f i^ 8bQO hcjlp, ^ Jf 
shoo yiing, ^ ^ si^oo cbS, 
ffe flg^ ya bea, f| Ji boa yu. 

)& M y* ^"' ^ ^ y"'" 

yuSn. ^KiJ >^^» ^) % ml 
e e, |g lew, ^ no. ^ seu, 

f^^seu, M^keaou, ^ t'han^ 

t'ha, ^ hwan, ^ t an . | 

yi^g, ^ M ""S ""8' 
yth yth. 

TiEMON, ^ip ^ niniT mln^, 
^ m 8>^'At^ kau j lorn jn juice, 





C 



I«BB 



'82 



LEG 



^ ^ chin? ping mob, ^: ^ 
hjit u ino;> : Icav n cak :s. ^S 
^ hwaa tsze, ^ pe, ^ yuii: 
br<-ad that is leavened rises, ^^ 
81 $1 i& # 1^ man fhjw 
fa hcAou fuw k'he, 

Leaou-tung, Jg ^ It'aou 

leaou kwo. 

Lk-che, dimo.arpus, ^ >^ 
le che. 

LKCH«Rous.^y5g^i<("en 
yln tf'Ih ; l<-cht»rci'.s dt^lmiichee 

!^ ?t ?1 -?• <^"^'a" liwa lang 
tsze. 

Lectubk, ^^ ^ic:iang8hoo 

To LKCTUKK, oa morals^l^ 

/\ i^ W^'*^®"^" J^" welshin, 
^ ^ ^wb k'lieii^n : to lec- 
ture on mysteries, ^ Ix^^^^^S 
keu^. 

Li:uGR. ^ tang, >l^ M 
seaoH fan. 

Leech. @ ^ iliTh ke. ^ 
^ ^hw^v chth, ;|j^ ^ shwny 
ch .tl!^mihwa..,s!|^ig 
k'^ rh'li. ^ ^ che clianiT, ^ 
^..^wke. J^ ^{^^make. !p 
che : a fly ill J leech, jf^ ^ fei 
chlh. 

Lk- k. ^ h ae, ^ h"en, 
Ig -w : wild b'ks ||^ a en : 
nsortoflek, ki ^ ' swan. 
^ # P'^ i^. /^ #^ hinir 
kw^i. ^ j^ tsaou sh ;. ^ iC 
. fung muh ; leek vine, |lj ^ 





' Ban twan. 

ToLEER.gg^eshe, gi 
; B^ keuen keuen. 

Lkft, 2^ tsb ; tlie left hand 
tsb show ; the left side, 
2E S 'so p^'en ; the left wing 
of an army. 2E ^ 's^ ^^- '®f'" 
handed person, j]^ >J£ -^ ^ 
yung tsb shbw teih. 

Left, over and above, 
~|n shintr hea. 

Leg, E tsuh, >J> Jjl seaou 
t'htiy, iP B^ k«6 hanjr: ^ ® 
keo king, )g jj^ king leen, {^^ 

kintr 5S *^*o" > '^S® ^°^ «rnis, 
J^ U, koo hung. [59 1^ ^z^ 
che ; the leg of a stork, j|^ J^ 
bo king ; the leg of a stocking, 
^1 ^ wa yaou ; between the 
leers, {^ ~F kwa hSa ; to break 
one's leg. ^ ftfl ch5 ke6. 

Legacy, S h <^ i^ ^ei 
hea che neti. 

Lkg al, ^ ^ ^ e fa teth 
^ ^ h5 fa. H^. ^] chaou le! 

Legate, ^ ^ u'hin ch'ae, 
fs5^ she cMn. 
j Lkgknd, ^ cb', i^chiim; 
I old legend, "^ ^ kob tt"^n. 

1 Legendary, tales, ^ | 

I kw 




ae tan 





-^v H**^ w*»n' tan. 

I !i 4 Jl^ ^ p "'" ^ s 

'l(SrB® wan pi h. fip ^ 

I ^ lung shbw ke5. 

I Lkooino, a bandage for 



uy 



ras 



L6M 







the lep, ^ ^ hl«g tang, ||^ yih, gf shoo, g yco, ?|[ Wg 
kcaou, ipg fuh, ^ k^ a, ^ chen yen, ^ ^^ aboo gniin ; 
ken : tight pantalpons, f^ k ^ci time pf leisure, ^ lie!b, ^ f^C 

LcoiBLs, ^t^v^ ^'^^1^ bi^n?{^n;<ikii$ureday,^]^ 
lib ch'huli. I HW^ng ji|i, Q^ ^ hea jih ; i^ 

k«^«"t iQsee ; a \f^ M^ipPr ' ctvwg ; Iwsjir^ talk, ^ g 
"Xi Bf fj P^ b»n!f, 1 ht^ hwa ; to st^al ?i IcisMru 

fa, ^ heen. | cliun? I'how fa ia ; pure leisure, 

?he Iflilb fa leuh Phaj, ^ | ^urc to eat, ^^ W^ W P^^ 
t^ $ # leih ifngWw i'^V^Pg h.m shTfi, ^ft 
kvei €hay. 

l-EpiaLATWaB, HJ »^ ;j(5 
ff chwang fa chjs hw4y. 

^i 4egWf?ia4^ Oftpring,^ 
MfeUi s|;i; la^tJmAfe tfo^, 

uzc, 3|g ^ tqKh toze, JE '" 
6^ ^ ching jean tcUi Js^, 

tt 6^ ^ ^Wpg meaou telb 
tsze; legitimate aiid ^pgrioiifi 
i^i distifiguishable, jE 1^ ^ 
f^ cbiag w^i we m i^g : honesi 
aud pcDipcr. IE i^ ^ ^^in^J^ 
««g .«h, ll ^ ^ ^ cWnjr 
!<>•> Ia^» tcjb ; let^jtlmate wife 
jE ^ ch^ig Ue, j^ ^ tefh 

t«^ ^ is T" ta niaiiflf taae. 
To LEGiTiM\TE, iti^ leTh 

«^, & JS H -^ 1^^ wei 
cjii'ng tsze. 

Lrt8T7HB, ^^h>An k'un;y, 
^ Ig b^en hea, ^ M bca 



^ pub tib l^uQg foo sbib ; liv- 
ing aX leisure, with nothing 
«^ do, Ig- 13 ^ ^ keu heon 
wpd s^e ; a little leisure, ^^ 
^ ieitoM he^ ; to ^ake advan- 
taij^e of a leisure OMiincni, ^f^ 
^ sluing hfk. 

luEisuRtsi.v, ij^f^j^ nian 
man teiJi, jlf 1^ |^ lan tan 

je^), "W ® ^^^^. hcuen, i^J^ 
kfx> ts«-ay, ^ ll^j ncun si^un, 

shoo yiing, ^^ sboo che, 
^^y^ Ilea, qg j^ hoa yw 

M M y* ^"' ^ ^ y*' '" 

e i, ^ lew, ^ no. ^ seu, 
f^^scu, M^lceaou, ^ t'han, 
t'ha, ^ hwan, ^p t an . J 

yth yTh. 

TjEmon, ^ip ^niniT minor, 
^ m s^au kan j lorn jii juice, 





C 



^ ^' ^ ning mfing Bliwny. 

I J rtt ^r ji^ [ , ^^ 

To LEND, ^ tBeay, ^ |g 
che tacay. ^ ^ tae tseay, ^ 
3^ tagay k'beu, UP f§ no 
tseay ; to lend a hand, ^^ 
taoo pn, ^ ■^ pans ^hbw ; to 
lend money, "^ ^ tang cliang; 
to lend as ear, P^ ]^ fon urh ; 
to lend at interest, ]^ ^J faag 
U. 

Length, ^ chSng ; what 
length, ^ /pt ^ 10 ahabu 
chang ; length of time, IJM I^ 
hang kew, -^ ^ chang Itfew ; 
at length, ^ ^ k^w king. 

To r.FNRTHEB, ^ii^cliang 
clie, § I ^ yin cbang, J^ :^ 
aew chang: len;tbened, J^^J 
mftn ygn, i^ |S aa >g£. 

Lehothwise, Kg ^ tsiing 
chang; lengthwise and crosa- 
*"®' !^^ ts'lng hwaog. 

Lbnibnt, ^ ^ k'hwan 
ahoo, ^ ^ koo meen, ^ ^ 
jSw iwan, 1^ ^ taung yQnj, 
y^ ^wan jftn. 

LENfTY, ^"^ k'hwan in4: 
lenity and 8i:vi;riiy, ^ ^ 
k'bwan mang ; lenity to of- 
fenders, ^ ^ she siiay ; mild- 
neaa, -^^ fU wan h5, ^ ^ 
Wan jwan. 

Lenb, for concpnlrating the 
rays of the aun, ^ ^ yang ' 
sfiy. 

Lk-stilk, J^ g |)ecn tiw 



lentile«, t| pc, /^ ^ ^ 
seabu tsaou U'ha^. 

Lkonine vebhes, IgJ 5C 
hwily Wall. 

Lkopard. ^^ paou ; a kind 
of leopard, 1^ ch8, ^ henen, 
3Sl yaou. ^ I^ choo keen. 

Leper, ^^^ yew fung 
lelb ; a hospital for lepers, ^ 
1^ fung yuen. 

Lepbobv, j^ ^ fung tseth, 

{ ^ ml fling ; a kind of le- 

'F^^y-^^'aechwang, j^ 

fei, 1^ yen ; to become leprous, 

t^ fa fung ; a leprous itch, 
^ kaoii laoii. 
Lesb, m ^^ kang shabu ; 
in leaa than ao hour, ^ Pt) 

shg shin ; les. and lesa, j^ ^ 
>Jf yug la sliaou ; more or less, 

iiw ^ '^^" ^^" '< "^'^*>''' '"'*™ 

nor leea, ^jC ^ ^ ^ pah 
to ptib ahabu. 

To r.FSBKN, JHS 4f '^«''^" 
ahabu, f0 ^ sang bx^, ^ 
haou, ^ koo, ^ l«B. ^sSng, 
j^.Hn.fl-s.m.jgflJhwuy,^ 
tean, ^ Bfif! ; to lessen the 
many. ^ ^ pow to. 

L..,„v, d kwb, m n 

chtng kwb : ro k-nrn a lesaon, 

E? — EJ w "^" y^'' ^^^y 

>hoo ; the lessons of aniiquity, 
o" wfl ''"^ heitn ■, this is your 
lea^on.fl^ /J ^sbCna'! ftmg. 



■1 



LET 



785 



LET 



Lbst, ^k'hung; lest ye 
' die, j^lf]^ ^ k'hang pTia bz 





shang keen ; let it be done aa 

requested, ^^Bf^ chd 

To LBT, ^ ySw, ^ ji'o, ^T ! cbaou so ts'hing ; let down the 
bea : let him alone, ^ # 'dk | "ail, ^ ~J^ 3^ 16 hea pung 
Vew tib t'ba ; to let go, fHf: lag ; to let out a bouse, ^ H! 
gng, ^ flan, ]§ shay, ^ j^ "^ tBOo ch'hiSh faog tsxe. 

shoo. ^ k%» IS sa ; ^ '^^ g<>; Lethargic, 

alive, 'j^ ^ fing «an^ ; to let hwan m& puh «an^. ^ 

go one's bold, ik ^ ^"g, ^ t'han shwiiy chemaoo,^ 

•how, |g IB ♦ «"^ I' h^ I yen. 

»hbw ; to let ^o free, ^S tseu, J Letter, character, i^uz^, 
^ kwcf, 1^ tsung, ^ sze, ^ !^ ^jn t«ze ; a letter or 
f^ shay ; to let sUp, ^ low ; mark, ^ ^ Uzc haou ; let- 
to let out a secret, 2^ ^ see ters of the alphabet, ^ 
low ; to let loose, ^^ yln, )§& 1 tsze mob ; a single letter, 
yfli, ^jl ]^ she fang ; to let , ^ tan Uze ; a succession of 
«fOt for hire, ^ ^ yung jfn ; letters,^ ^ leto iszi : words 
let it not be so, IJ^V^ ^ heu broken up into letters, ^ ^ 
(ah tsae ; let him do it, Kt n& ^°7 ^^ > ^^ ^^ syllabic mode 

of spelling used by the Chi- 
nese, the component partg of 
syllables are called, j^ ^ 

^ ^ lo6 ch'huh ma keo | ts'hec tsze ; not to know a 

laft ; to let down into a pit, j^ ! letter, ^^^^Wli y^^ ^^^ 
j^leuh tseang ; to let down, I puh shTh. 
"^ *]fC fang hea ; to let one's \ Letter, an epistle, 
tongue run, J^ ^shun k'hbw; shoo sm. ^^^^ shoo keen, 

to let off crackers, J9C>3 ^^"a tL *'*^^ ^''^> ^TU ^***''" ^^^* 
pliaou ; to let fall one's spittle, ' ^ ^ shoo h^n, |?J|[ ^ chc 
i^ ^ suy yen ; to let off wa- j s^K)o ; one letter, — ^ ^ ^ 
ter, ^^ seay ; to let fly an ar- yTh fung shoo sin ; your letter, 
^»^w, ^^shay fh^iQJ tsung; ^ ^ hwa han, ^ ^i^hwa 
let me try a little, ^# Jt^~* han, ]§| ^ yaou ban, ^ tJCj 
^jyunff fjnb 8h»* yTh she; let me ; tsnn ban, I^ ^ yaou tpan ; a 
^'^ *^> ^ ^ ^ M id"? S"^ letter of introduction, J^ ^ 
ISO pi ; let me see it, *p^ ^ tscen shoo ; letter of credit, '^ 



hen t'ha, -fiE j^ jfn t'ba, ff 
{^ JUL 31° tsung t'ha ; to let 
the cat out of the bag, ^ ijj 






LET 



786 



LEV 







^ hwdy tan, ^ ^ hwdjr 
U^e ; poetical name for iettor, 
^ ^ shwarig ie, ^^ ^ yfl 
8o6 : letters |iatcnl. gg^^kwrn' 
ptTh, Ml W chlh shooi^ M 
chlh chaou, ^ ^ pa^ p'eaoti, 
^ st- y*'" p'heaou ; letter pa- 
P^) ^ w ^uh k'he ; a nation- 
id tetter, ^ ^ kwo shoo. 
Lettuce, ^ ^^ sung lan^ 
wo keu ; bitter lettuce, 

seay po tsae ; vtgt- 

tables eaten raw, ^ ^ sang 
tMS. 

liEuciscus , or dace, j^ ling 
^^ORRHCEA, ^ ^ pth 

ta6, W "F tae hea, ^ ']i| tai 

ehiih. 

• liEVEE.^ ^cha/)ut1ng: 
to attend a levcc, rg^ ^ keen 
diaou ; to be preaented at do. 

Level, ^ ninor. Sp^ ^^^^ 

ts^: lZ9®i^^ sze meen 
ping ping ; a level country, ^ 
ift p?ti- te, ^ in ping Ian, 
2p^ ping^png, tJChing, 
^ p'hing.lf p'hineTXt'iOg, 
^ hoo. Ijgj teen, ^ mJn, 
deuen, ^ho, f|j^ chang, _^ 
tan, 95*^5 ^" ^P®" country, 
]^ yoea, fij Jit % ^oou 
chnng te, i^ t'han, ^ t'liun, 
2^ J^ han t'han ; a level road, 
•2p ^ ping lo6, ^ ^ pin^ 
•*6u, 1^ JJfc k'hang cbang. 






e, ffilli&l^ Bn^ Che 
lo6;'li water level, 5Jv nP 
shwuy pin?, ^ ^ shwvy 
^^^\l, ^ ip shwuy ttun. 

To LEVBL, ft ^ A P^"«. 
chan ; to Mvel groi!^fid, pQ 
tsoD chan ; lb level with 
the hand. ^ lew : to letel with 
a strike, j|^ kae ; to strike a 
Invel, ^ chui) ; M \evtl a field, 
Kfc t'hecn. ^ «P W ^ ta 
ping t^h t^ ; to level a road, 
j@ ;^ ^ keu kS taou, 2JS^ 
^ piHg k^ taou ; to level 
mounds for sacrificing on, jj^ 
jK lLi shon Seabu san. 

Levbi^, *wkga,^^keue 

yth, ^jrt^fSj »"i>«« 
Wuh ^ a lever or handspike, "^ 

foo muh chuhn ; a lever tk pc^ie 
for carrying burthens between 
two, ji! ^ kung CRfc« : do. a- 
tress the shoulder, ^>}jp p^^en 
tan. 

Leveret, ^ now, 5^ ^ 

t'hoo t8Z&. 

To levigate, ^yen, g^ 
ni5. 

Levity, ^ f£^ f5w p6, J^ 
' fow tsaou, ^ ^ keaou 
k^ $E ^ kwang k^hin^, |5 
^ k'hing p'heaou, ^ ^j^* 
k'hing t'ho, 1^ ^^ k'hing 
t'heaou, ^ ^ k'hing t'haou, 
ifc kwang, 1^ pVaou, ^ see 




f 



7S7 UB 

gtfx^ .trifling gaiety, j^ 5^ 35 fife iS 5^ iTiScn te W yin. 
Ill ^ he Bcaru wod lo-'* ; Ic- Lkxicograpber, f^ Iff^ 

Ttty ia words, "^^y^nkjng:!^;;^-!? tso tore ifto che 
do. ia actiooa, f^ ^ hing i axe . 

kliiog. Lfti ro9, J^ ^ uxe U^-ii, 

To LRTT, ^ ^ kiin^ f^'»^^'§k ^'^ ^^>- 
to levy taxes, ft "^ i^ chow i Ley, ^ ^ kTeii »hwLy. 
fcwan shwdy, 1^^ ^ni riiwuy ; Liable, Q ]^ kwao «b6b : 
flE^ <^<net8ea,||EJ|)t<^hrii'r ' liable to puni!»fanKQt. =|^ ^ 

•how, IE jg:chfngfoo,g|;ji)t '-^ ^^y^ ff! ^ W "^ 
feo lehi ; to levy tax:^ on land. ; hing fa telh. 

flE iB^ ^ S ^Wng show Liar, fft li| # »hw5 
Mto leang:to}«^vy troofis. ^ hwan^ cbay, ^ ^ 0^ si 
fi«i^ping,^|Chinjping -jhwang telh. ^ ^^ ^ ^ 
IB Mt ^ chaou raoi |>iii»r, ; ^knz ta hwa leih, fStfR^ 
H^ fi ping i four kinds ef |^ shwu kea fiwa lelh. 
leTiefl on the people, fft Uo , , Liratiov, ^ lny, J^ ^ 

13 *«*^ ^ y*: §1 ^^- i^^e te^w isj t-, 11^ 



LEWiKjJscay, fj »'"ay. jj^ ^ e ts^w yuh t-.l| t^n, 




^ ytn. ^ ^'^^^^^ SJ ^ liT: H chiiy, ^ ^ ^ 
^^1 vC kc^^u, j|pi ^ laon I ^ ^iin^ been tsew c*iEd. 
yaou, ^ fSf sSy peTh, q^ ^ , Lirki.. an accusation, jf^ 
y^n sliin : a lewd buffoon, f^ . ^ diwang tsz**, ^ ^ 
pi yew hwan ; lewd gamhols. | chwan? szA : a satyrical wri- 
j|||[neaoa ; lewd idea. ^ S j lin^, ^ Pl ^ rsI l(^ fun^ 
yin e ; le^d fueling, ^ f^ ; die szS ; a false charr?e. ^ ^ 
yin tsing; a lewd woman, ^ wang kaiu, ^ |^ ^ ^ 
j[^ yin foo. : hwiiy pang che sz^. 

LEwnvrss, ^ ^ keen . LfBKR_At, ^ ^ k^hwan 



yin, !}II ii seay yin, ^gL ta,?A^liun? leine, 

yin Iwan, ^^ tuh ; Iwdness is k'hwan yuen, ^ f§; k'hwan 




allied to murder, M j£ ^ yS, Mj? h^ e, g$ If ihun 
yin kfn sha ; of all vices lewd- ; how, ^ ||g k'hwan k'hw5 
iH*ssi8thechief,|IS^^jgj]^Pyiit; hAw, t$ 2^ haii 
I3 wan go yin wet Abw ; . yung : |9[ ^ hwa kwan^r, 
Provldenoe puobhes lewdness, I ^ ]^ ta too, ill S ^ ^ 



LIB 



788 



Lie 






k'hwan glh, J^ |_ 

howTuh, ^ habii glh^ 
liberal principles, ^ ^ how 
taou ; liberal feeling, ^i^ ^ 
ta leang, ^ "^ hang ts'han, 
fl|l wan ; liberal forbearance, 

M^^^M ^^^ *^»S wan- 
ban ; liberal government, fQp 

jfjJT yn chfng ; liberal present, 

selfish, ^ ^ kung sze ; li- 
beral in the extreme, f|]| |^ 
wan tseay ; liberal and sub- 
stantial, •^ ^ shun bow, |^ 
8ze ; liberal and ex|)ansive, 
ban ; liberal and generous, 
t'ha^, ^ ching, jlifc pc ; all- 
beral leward, JC '^ chung 
8 hang ; a man of liberal man- 

»«". ^ A E3 '3^ wci jIn 
sze faae ] liberally educated, ^ 
^ wan tseay, f|| i^ p5 he5 ; 
a liberal and benevolent per- 
son, f^ ^ ;2l A ^^^^S ^ 

che jin. 

Liberality, ^ ^ han 
yflng, 1^ Jg how hwuy, ^ 
jlH lang tsing, ||Vi )^ sin 
how; princely liberality, ^ 
*a? S aC ^ y^w ^^ Wang 



to") leang k'hwan hflns:, ^'^ To libicbatk, prisoners, 
k'hwan hung, ^ e, ^ hwiiy, ^ ylh sew. 
^ tMieen, fjg chliang, i^ i Libkktine, ;^.^ ;^ J^ 
pe;on a large scale, y^ J^ I fingtszechejtn, ^^^^^ 
ta f|^ng ; a liberal allowance. | hwa hwa kung (sze. 

LiBKiiTY, Q ^ tsze chob; 
the principles of liberty, Q 
3H ji S ^^^^ ^'^^o che le ; 
to b« lef* ^^ ^^*^ '® ^^" W*" 

'^ S M ^ .i»" ^ ^'^^'^ 
chuen, ^ ^ # j^ tsze 

yr;w tth e, d] # S S y«^ 
tTh tsze kfe, 1^ 3E ;;2l ^ 

tsze chob che sz<^. 

Libidinous, ^^^Wi 
VhsLii slh che maou, -^ j^^^ 
haou pheaou telh, ^[I ^ ^^ 
^ tsiiay yin Iwan hing. 

Library, ^ ^ shoo 
^uff, :^ 3^ wan fang, ^ ^ 
shoo shth, f^ |§ shoo t*hing, 
^ chin'j, Jj^ fob : a large li- 
l>rary, ' 3£ £^ ^ wo5 kcu 
shoo ; a library of religious 
books, Sg^ kintrfSng; the 
im|)erial library, (53 J^ ^g 
^ sze k1io6 tseuen shoo ; the 
library of the Emperor of hea- 
ven, j^jl i^ lang hwan ; the 
great im|>erial library, §^ ^ 

fK hung wan kwan. 

Librarian, ^ W ]^ Bv 
kwan shoo (ang telh. 

LiCE,^ slh ; lice are gene- 
rated upon us, but we arc not 
their parents, |^ ^ ^ 




che leang. 




UG 



789 



UE 




^ "t^ 8lh Sang LicTORs, ^ ^ (saou le, 

^ ^ isaou pan,P^ ]g£ muo 
|ian, :t ^ sze tsub. 



fa gnb, firh gnb fei 8lh foo 
mob. 

LiCEKsx, document giving 
legal pemiissioD.^g^ lifing 
pa^ ; the license of a priest, 
^^ too po^ j' to issue a li- 
cense, ^ ^ ch'huh paft ; to 
pre license to, ^ |i^ jin 
tsuug. 

LICENTIOUS, JQi ^^tszee. 

lang, ^ tsze, g| yen, ^ 

g rtiefli, f|$ j|$ seay peTh . 
liceotioos depravity, H j^ 
fei pelh ; licentious pursuits, 
>P lE fi ^ P^h ching king 
8ze ; to sing licen'ioas songs : 

113 p'lieaoQ ch'hang, ^ 

t'hang t'hang. 

Lichen, ife ife 1^ e, 15 
^shTh hwa, ;B l^slilh luy. 

:6 -j^ shth urh, ^qi 5^ ije 

yang t'hSen p'h^. "^ t'hae. 

To LICK. ^ sh&, ttJl^shun. 
Bj she, 5§p ta, jf^ teen ; to 
lick a sore, P/j^ J§ shun tseu : 
an old cow licks its calf, "^ 
^ ^ S labu new she tuh \ 
to lick up the grass, ^ cbe . 
he dreamed that he licked the 
hfavens, '^ Q^ ^ miing sze 
tlieen. 

LfCORices, "P* ]^ Kr.n 
ta'habu. 






lid of a coffin, :fg kwang, ^j^ 
tun. ^ keang, the lid of a box, 
stiang kae. 
TouK, down, -(gyfen, fi 
[5j^ y»?n gno, j^ chin ; to 1» 
down prostrate, -^ fiih, 
it'ang ; to lie down flat, _ 
•'ha, j^ j)^ chSfah; to lio 
down on a bed, ^J ^ f^ 
la^'^u tsa>; chwang ; to lie down 
U> rest, ,Q, jU seTh yen : to lie 
awake, ^ ^ keen mei ; to 
li«* down on one's back. 'jVp g^ 
vnng ^no ; to lie in ambush, 
Jg fj^ ma^ fuh, ^ ^ tseu 
how ; to lie in, Jj^ j^g fun 
meen. 

To LIE, df-coive. f 





shwo hwane, ^ j^ f^ shwa 
keA hwa, ^ ^ sa hwang, ^ 

know how to tell a lie, ^ ^ 

1^ i^ P"*^ ®'*^^ 8hw5 hwang, 
|g 1^ kwanjr peen, gfc go, 
S /ii^ ^ IS 'an Bin die 

hwa. 

Lie, deception, pg §5 
hwang hwa, ^ ting. 

Lie, for wa^^hing, g|{ Van, 
ii| keen, ^ 1^ keen shwuy. 

Likci, in, f\i^'ne te. 

' LlEUTKNANT, Q^ ]^ pth 




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LIP 



teaantj of a eourtty, ^ ^ 
che fob, ]^ ^ fob tsun ; lieu- 
tenant-jfovornor, ^ ]% fob 
yv&n, ^ ^ fob U16, JgJ li 
96un fob* 

Life, ^^ sang iiiing,ft 
^ sing in;iig ; the present 
nfe,jlfe -^iszNshe, ^ ^ 
kin sang; future life, ^ j^ 
Iviv she, J(5 TO" I^'J shv- ; life 
and death, ^ ^ sjing sze ; 
life and dqath nr«. •^reat aflfairs, 

dfe jK !^ ^ ^-'"n sz.j ta sze; 
animatieo, |^ ^Tb Lsing shin ; 

animal life, ^ ^'^e ; the me- 
moirs qf a person, ^ j^ kea 
ahe ,- to spare life, ^ ^ jaou 
ming } to retiore life, ^ ^ 
(tth rQing ; human afljiirs, ^ 
^1 she sz^ ; advanced in life 

it T ^ ^ Bhang leaou 
ne&n k^ ; the circumstances of 
a whole life, ^-^ 4 ^ j^ ^ 
ylh saniT che sze : the evening 
of life, B^ ^ wan ne^n ; hu- 
man lif«, y^ ^ j:n show, Jl 

3^ ^ Is J^'^ sang tsae sV- » 
difRcuIt to preserve life, ^ 

'ft* 1^ ^ ■^'"S "^'"8 »2Ln 
paou. 

Lifeless, ||E ^ ^ wod 
sSng mfiig, ^ ^ ^ ^ 
pwan sang pwan sze. 
_^ L1PRGUARD8MAK, {^ W? 
t^ she wc( lang, ^ ^ J^ 





hoo wei keun. 

To LIFT up, Ij^ ^ he keu 
"* j^ king k'h^, H ^ ti 
i>«i H ^ t^ k>he, ^ keu, 
k'hang, ^ j^ hin k'hh, 
. k£^ng, ^ kung, ^ keea, 
^ keu, fi tan ; to lift up one's 
clothes, ^ ^ kec e, ^ ^ 
ke^ Phang, ^ ^ keu e ; 
^ ^ neg e, ^ ^ nee toe ; 
he lifted up {lis rohes and as- 
cended oie Ml, i^t^aiit 

»e6 e shing l&r>g, |^ :^ k'how 
ft ; to lift vp the horn, j^ she, 

1^ keang, If^ k«aog, ^ M 
lli|^ ^ t'how ked toang yfing ; 
to lift up the feet in walking, 
MM k'bang kp; talifi up 
the feet and step over any 

^gififi: 13^ (sze ng$ ; M> ^ 
up the feel in fording a strearai, 
^ ke ; to lift tip (be heel, ^ 
]^ ke chuog ; to lift up a gofah 

1^^) Ht ^ 1^^ »hang ; to lift 
up with the band, ^ kTh, 
^ han, ^ kang, ^^1 k«g, M 
kee, ^ kcaou ; to lift up wit}i 
both hands, -^ M^ shbw keu^ 
^ pnng ; to lift up a javelin, 
|§ ditching ko; to Ijft up 
the head, ^^ f^ keaou show ; 
to lifl up the light of one*8 
countenance OQ one, ^f^ /y 
chen kwan<^ ; to lift up both 
hnnds, ^ kunir, :}i|[ cha, j^ 
chcn shea ; to lift by a 1b- 




iD 



rgri 



Mc; 








A«ou, ^ tBiiin, 

^H Wlh he, 1^ ktung, ^ 
Wii^ f^ me ; the light of^ tlic 

1^ of the morninv; ^ l^:en; 
Itjilitof the moon, fl 5^ X"*^ 
**«"«, ^ i^ kin p'>. B^ he ; 



*, S feeaou ; to Tift up the Light, f§J k'hing ^ yew, 
W M y*"S *"*^'*' BT ^ J^» K kea ; fiirht bread, 
Sit S^S> H^ chcn ; lo ; $!S |g7 ^ k'hing kaoii meen ; 
itf a lid, 1^ ^ kee kae ; ^hhi weights and small mca- 
m ibc ttone, an ajhietic -urc8 ^^ ^jj^ ^ k'hing 
tSf ^ ^'^"^ ^'^^^^ ^'hiiig seaou sJiing; a light r4ir. 

„J11T, •pendonr, •J^lvWant?, riaJ-^'e ftnd a good road, ^ I^ 
lie,|^iieen. ^hcun, ^ ^ ^ k'hing kou shuh ta >n ; 
IH^ yang; the light of ,' virtue aa iighi as a feather, ^ 

^H )^ jTh kwang, ^ ' fS iU ^ tlli y ;w jo;) maju ; 
mSr ^^ ,iit , ._ b3& ligj^j „^jj airy, ^^ pC^^n 

y"en,|gj^^kl.in>fpeaou,Jt^ 

l>'heaou, '(j| e, jj^ liwa, j^ 

ciihe, j!?! ^ hcao'i. ^"gj mea.iu, 

j(]^ p'hecii : Iii>1it and trifling, 

'^/jf e, fi:^ teen, jj^ e. -^ e, 

^ ^ k hin-r e, ^ j^ koo 

h'he, ^^ kw/inr k'hiu/, 

^ i^ kliing |>M -j^.ha. ff^ 

j£ teen low, f^ peaou, f^ ye, 

l>'hrtc ; light artd nimble, 



die light of the stars, '^'che ; • yt^J fan p'h-aou. ^^ yuh 
Jjlof fire, ^X it hbU^wane. j hwang, ^%%^ Uhing chaoii ; 
JS chaou, 'm k«>ung, ^^ light s[yeiwh, )i^ ^ fow y^n^ 
''wnir, *jifi' bene, j^ fjen, 5^ ^ low : light and volatile. ^ 
Sob^ Jfl w^i : th*^ lii'ht of a I ^C too inaou ; li^jhtsome and 
^^h M^t <^^*"'^ kwan*' :! ^ray^ ^ ^ k'li', k.iou : light 
^ li!'ht of the heavens. &§ I and worthler^s, i% ye, ^!3( yue, 

"•^■l^ >»««": ^:)fc ^'h -n I 5||g teaou. )^ sie, 1^ hwiih, 
kwaag : refl. clod li -hi. JX. !M |^ ^ khi.ig tseen ; lii^ht and 
fincliaou : ih« li^Hii of nason, ^. 

q? 1^ seuh s''nir : tli; lijjht of \\ 

nature, ^^ ^ si njr 1'^ ; moral ij,^ht and frarilc, ^ peaon ; 




(! 



''g'^^ 'M ^og ; ^«-'ht of the 
«ye«, H hcnng. Q ;)^ miih 
Uang. 



1^ ^ ^hi'ig tseen ; lii,dU and 
easy. ^2 ^ k hinc; e. ^j^^ mee; 
liohl and brisk, 1^^] |>ii« l^eJ 
liirht and frarilc, -^ peaon ; 
U'tht and stronir, ^ ^ k»?n 



D 



li'iht and strong, ^^ . 

sho ; liL'ht and thin, Hfi vW 

isuy iv», ^l^^he tsclh ; light 



LIG 



TW 



UK 




teen ting; poetically called the 
thunder's lash. ISfflPluy pcen; 



the thunders roared and the 



f 










and heavy, ^^ 3[ k'hing 
chung ; to make light of, ^ 
" 6 led. 

Light, in colour, ^ ^^ lightnings flashed, ^_^ 
tseen sih, ^JjJ^ sTh tan ; light' 7^ luy mlng teen kwang. 
Wue, "J^ ^ tseen Ian ; light | Lights , lungs, Jf^ fei. 
red, ^ ^ t hiiy hung, :j^ JJ^E j Lignum aloes, v51j S^ 
tse^nhfmg; li^ht, bright, ^'chin nan heang, ^ ^ ^ 
hwan. *^ wei, ^ woo ; light { kd nan heang. 

Like, resembling, ]^ ^|^ 
seang sze, ^ |^ sean? ft, 

'^ ^^^il ^^ i^ ^ '^^"^ 
heaou, 01^^ fang fuh 

seang szij^ .^u, If ^ 
y^w jd, 11 fob, ^ ga< ; like 

^SxDi*Mg^pfej5, 

IBiheen,;^^^ fang fBh 
y^) ^Se ^^^^ ; like a celestial 
female, 1£ ^ >^ j|^ been 
t'heen che mei ; like litde chil- 

^«°. 34b 4^ ^ ^ j^d seabu 
urh chwang ; very much like, 
g ^ ban seang, j^ "ffij ^|I 
ffl seun seun jod yay ; who is 
like Hang.w&ng, |fe J^ ^ 
3E shuh yu lianxr wansf ; ac- 
cording to |)attern, ^ ;^cha6u 
yang. 

To LIKE, }^ j^ chung ^, 
^ haou, 1^ bin. |^ ^hwan 
he^; w you like it, jjq ;^ joo i, 
IS m ^ ^ Buy urh 6 gna^. 

Likely, ^ ^ «! i^ liwd 
chay k'hb fe. 



•ilk, P ^ k'hing yftng. 

To LIGHT, a candle, ||^^ 
te^n chub ; to light a lamp, 
j^ jftn tang ; to light a firo 
^ *)C k'f^fe hb ; to light a 
powder match , j^ ^ ,^ j*n 
yo l&n. 

Lighter, ^ jH j^ 
se kwa pecn chwan, |f^^ 
p5 ho chwan. 

To LIGHTEN, as the light- 
ning, ^ P^ ta shen ; to illu- 
mine, ^^ 3fc chaou kwang ; to 
make lighter^ ^ kefen. 

Lightly, felg^k'hin? 

k'hing jen ; to view lightly, ^ 
Mp6 8h^,5i-®k'hank'ing, 






meaou Bh^ ; do not 
think lightly of an enemy, ^ 
pT # ^ pub k Jb beS teth. 

LlGHT-HOUSE,^^ fg {^ 

_ cha6u chwan loo tang. 

LiGHT-MINDRD) ^ g^ chc 

seS. 
Lightness, of character 
^ p'heaou. 
LiGiiT.viNG. ^ t<jcn. 






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793 



LIM 




TeuuH, fl^ IB Rfl f^ 
bug fSh ftrh ta5. 

LiKB-IONDXD, ^ '^ jf^ 

H x'og b5 yft k^ 

Jftng aeang, ^ ^ btng aeang, 

@ 3|f me^n yjng, ^ f!| 

j&Dg aiaon, ffi ^ tod seang. 

LiKEwisK, yf ylh, HtseaT, 

IB B. fiA t^J. ]ife P'og. X 

Lilac H, Js^IaD ie&n,^ 

^ i^ hew wo6 tang. 

L1LUPUTIAN8, |i| ^ 8an 
taoa, 1I4 ^j& san seaou, J^ \ 

^ng jto, S^ X ^»ng J'O, ^ 
ling. 

Lilt, Japanese, ^ ^ 
p(h h5 hwa ; white do. jj^ ,^.^ 
W "^ yu^ tseftn pTh h6 ; com- 
mon lily, j^ ^ yuh chin ; 
white do. ^ 3g fe pth yah 

chin ; red do. j^ 3E S *^*"g 
yBh chin ; blue do. ]^ 3^ |^ 
Ian yiih chin ; smaller do. ^ 
^kin chin ; lilium concolor, 
* 3g choo ttBg Ian, 3|C 
J^ ;^ choo ting hwa ; lilium 
tigrinum. fg ^ keuen tan. 

Limb, ^ the, f^ kan, ||£ 
^ che the, ^ ^ che hea« ; 
the four limbs, f^l ^ «556 che, 
^ gn 8ze che, gg |g sze 
I'hi. 

Limb BR, ^ ^ jew jwan. 




Limbo, animarum, accord, 
ing to the Roiuaoists, S S[[ 
ling p5. 

Lime, for mortar, J^ hwuy, 
TSJi^ shih hwuy ; limestone, 
^ ^ ^ ^^^^ **W"y kwang ; 
unslaked lime, ^ ^UC^^g 
shlhhwuy; lime prepared for 
buUding, ?^ W ^ choen 
fc'bw hwuy ; lime, sour orange, 
W^ ning mflng; the lime 
or linden tree, ^ |^ ^ poo 
^ ehoo, ^ ts'hiii ; bird lime, 
^ ^ ^^^ keaou. 

LiMB-KiLK, ^ ^ hwuy 
yadu. 

Limit, ||^ he^n, ^ f^ke 

y^n» llf'ill: keaeche, ]^ 
peen tsS, ^^ P^en keae,^^^ 
jlfl keaou keai, ^ j|^ kea6 
h«n, «^ :^ chin ylh, g ^ 
keang king. ^ ^ keao kaou, 
EBJ :B been leang, 1^ ke, ^ 
kea^,5f5Ckeae,^kTh, {g ne, 
^ sae, -^ too, gig tse, ff 
tsee, $§ yen, ^ kn n^, i^kw5, 
M sSe,^^ kin. j^ tinff j^ 
cbun,pj^glh,g&hii.g,(!^te; 
the limits of a grave, ^ 
mo S y lb, ^^ J^ chaou yTh, 
^^ tsth chaou. 

To LIMIT, flg^ hScn, 1^ gae, 
ke, ^ kea6, ^ p^ kea4 
hecn, % ^ keS torS, |Jg f)J 
uh tsiib, ^ heimgr ; to limit to 
three days, ^ ^ Q been san 






^ ; to liniil one's-Belt 
ia_z« ytli ; & liniif d period, ^^ 
Pi heenjVb, |!^ ^h'''^" W 
a limite<] niunher, ^ ^ 
•*»««' ^^ gflisoii, 
hH<;r) Jai ; a limited morimnt. 
RS ^ '>^^" ^'^^^ i limited 
Tiewa, ^ -^ kwao kiien ; to 
pnM the limited period, Jg [^ 
^ kwo been k& 
ToLiMN,^^ hwShwa. 

TouMP. Sfe P ff Phe 
kSo hing, |;f yaou, ^ tuy. 
1|@ piien, ^ keeo ; Iimi>iiig. 

Limpid, ^^^ tang chaii, 

^^ tatisninir, 'f^cb'boo, 
J^f himz J|E cl.'in. ^shfth, 
3|g]^h^yte.^-StW^ 

"«"' ll! ^ "'•'*" **'*' B»t 
eh.-, jifrchrp!.' 

ho \f>. 

LiNCH-piM, ^?^@<hili hea; 
nielaphnrimlly ifi-d for a mo. 
ralieij^Jcce, $||f kei, k*r«n. 

LiNDi K, or linm tree, ^ jS 
;^ poo ic bIio,',,^ is'hiu. 

LiNt, string, Hgihing, j^ 
hwan, ^ tenfiu ; s line for 
marking witli, j^ \^na ■_ a car- 
penter's line, ^^^ rath 
tnw %?in, ^ ^|chuD ahing ; 
• fi.hin^line,i^^|^te«iu 
y6 le^n ; a line d^awo on pa- 



per, — * gf yJl" hwa ; B blank 
line drawn with ink, ^ ^^ 
mill seen ; fhe line vt diUy, fSR 
'& shing fa ; the line of do* 
marcation betvet^n purity and 
defiloniem, ^ ig |@ Uang 
we{ 4(wan ; lines drawn for 
writing, t§( ^ pe£ fl«; th? 
Hoes of embroidt^ry. -^ wan, 
m k'hti ; the lines on the fialm 
0f the hand, |JgJ bo, ^ g! 
8h6wi;i, ^^jfe ahbwcW, 
wan ; tinea on the foot, 1^ 
kwa; a line, tii ntedicin^, jpf 
k'ho ■; the surgical line, ^ 1^ 
wae t'ho ; the qiedical line, 
p^ ^ nuy k'ho ; a line, or 
note, ^ ^ p'heen han ; a 
line of q verae, ^ kei! ; eeren 
fijfl«fal<^8 ia a line, and eight 
liaea in a verse, -tl "^ A ^ 
i^elh y^n na ktsA- a straight 
li"*. £H '»''* liwa ; R cnrv- 
ed lina, ^ ^ k'beflh hwa ; 
that which iias length without 
breadth, ia railed a line, j^ 

chang Grh voa k'hwd wet che 
s^i.^11 ; th<! line of the horizon, 
% ^ ^ ^ ping seJn ; lines 
drawn in forming a character, 
H I^ pelh \of>. 

To UKK, IfcJi; ^ tsii 1!). 

LiNRAoE. ^ |g| laftlelh, 
^ ^ t"«h poil. __^ ^^ 

Lineal, 



f 



IJK 



T9B 



ua 







fS k« p*Ks Ij )^ t^n ma ; 
Irish liDGB, -f^ J\i chnh |io ') . 
fine linen, jj^ ]f^ fn ^^ '^ 
poo ; coarse do. i^ Mh. 

LrifBfr-pRAPEii, ^flJ "^"^ 
yo6. 

To LI If G IS R, about 
iom lev ; to hesitate, ^^^ _ 
ehnw cbo-i ; to remain long, 3\ 
g k^w lew, g ^ lew po > : 
to reoMuii long in pajn, Q ^ 
iBBSJ'** ^^ p'ha'ii tseth : 
KsTcring disease, ^}^j^ 
B@ pfnggan sran eben chcii. 
lavori sT, ^^ ^ i'huiig sze 
Lingual sounds, "f^ "^ 
ASyin. 

L150UADENTAL, "^f5^ 
j^pwan sh^ pwan ch'lie. 




ctnoBDitfi, ^ cfaaoui denotes | To linic, to unite, ^ ^ 
Ae line of Che lather, and ^ ' lio I^^ ; to link onc's-seif in 
nfih ihat of the son: lineal aconspiiacy, ^^koweh'ueu 
descendants, ^^tsunirche. Linskld.^ ^ ^ hod 

fC^ Ac tszc, hL y'**! P^ "*& *82e, IS ^ pe lui ; aliind 
^m&n tsz^ of linseed. St :ifl pe scaoif; 

LiMKK, ^ ^ mi po4, ]^ linseed oil, |^ ]^ J^ Pe mi 

y^^^- fit 5ft n™* yc^- 

LlNSEY-WOLSEY, /|}( Jjlf^ 

^ 52 ^ftr °^^ Bftc6n seaii^ 
kcaoii poo. 

l-'^T, ^^shootszfe,^ 

^ seu t'hSv. 

Lintel of a door, f^ :^ 
rnun met, 3J^ tsze^ ^ le&ng, 

^ peen^ 

Lion, ^|5!jl ^ sze t«z^, ^ 
pTh show ; a species of lion, 
^ 1^ tseun, e, ^^ ^ tsenh 
rie. 

Ltonfss, j^ ■fl^^pze mob. 

Lip. ^ shun, ^ shun, 11 
^ k'hhw shun, f^ shun. 9^ 
isiiy ; the upi^er lip, j]|^ ke6 ; 
the lip hanging down, Q^ 
ch'he ; the lips parched and 
rrack('d, tj ^ ^ S^ k'hbw 




LiviicBVT, ^ ^ kaou yo. j s' tm tsaon \?Z: lip-service, f^ 
LiNiHG, toearraents,^^uin, 7^ lt> ^ k'hbw she sin fer^ 

IS ts'hin, ^ yin, ^ fe ; the p |^ ,f\ ;7; ff ^^'^^^^^ »""? 

linin? of a sh'«, ^ twan, ]^^ sin puh htog, ^ ^j£ 't ^ 

fee, ^^ j^ng. me^n tsfing sin pef . 

LrwK, of a chain, ^ ^j To uauRPY, ^yimg, -^ 

l^n k'hoo, $ ]i| jtT leen i gg hw& k'hae, ^ ft seaou 

hwan kliow ; torch, i\ jfi ho hwa. 

LiAuiDt '^^ ^ l|^ hwiiy 



LIS 



796 



LIT 



tew telh, f$ f^ M he lie te*. 

To LiaUIDATE, ^ ^ 2^ 

^ hwan chae tsing tsoo. 

Liquor, J^ shwuy, ^ 
cblh ; liquor for drinking, ^ 
koo ; pure liquor, 7^ g^ tging 
koo ; strong liquor, ^ ^ 
nfing tafew ; a sort of liquor pf 
^ le mlng ; li luor made of 
mare's milk, ^ sang ; liquor 
made from wheat or barley, ^ 
le ; liquor made from rice, gtt 
e, 5S ^ew ; in liquor, ^ tfl 
t$ew Chung, 7^ tseang, gg Qj 
mlng ting ; juice, ^ ylh ,-any 
thing fluid, ^mm^he 
Uw UlSk wiih. 

Liquorice, '^ ^ kan 
ts'habu, ^ ]^ kan taliabu. 

To L,«p, ^ HIB tfc |g 
han ho& Bhw6 hwa, ^ |f ^ 
8hw6 hwa piih mtng, ^ 

^^12; iiSkSekee pa 
pa shwo hwi. 

Lissome, ^ ^ jA.w jwan, 
^^ jod jAw, -J]^ i^ ch5 y5, 
^ jaou, ^k^w, Jft yuen. 

List, catalogue, ^ S9^ muh 
iah,ifcgso6 mfih,Tfeg 
tcaAu miih, ^ tsih ; a list 
of population, J=? ^ boo tseTh, 

fli pan tseth, p }^ ho6 p^n ; 
a list of names, ^ ^ mlng 
muh ; a list of articles, ^ j^ 
teadu keen ; a list of officers, 



^ Ig kin kwei, ^ H liih 
tscib ; a list of new literary 






graduates, M^ M ^^^ 
hob pang ; to make out a listi 

§ k'hae mlng soo muh ; to 
make out a list of names, 
^ :^ ke mlnsr; to make oat 
a clear list, ig $>] Jf ^ 
k'hae lee ts'hing tan. 

To LIST, desire, ^ yah. 

TojLiSTEN, U ^ ta t'binfr, 

t'han t'hing, fs^ ^ 

t'hing wan, I^ ke, ^ lin^, 
^ fang, ^ leaou, ^ 
leaoa lang, ^ woo, |^ pe, _ 
<^he, ^ peaou ; to listen to, §^ 
^ t'hing jin ; to listen to ad- 
vice, ^ ^ tsflng y^n, Ij^ ^ 
t'hing ySn ; to listen to report, 
JIf ^ "rh shth ; to listen by 
stcahh, ^ |g t'h6w t'hing, 
1^ ^ tseen ^'hi ng ; to listen 
carefully, ^ ^ ^ ^'hing : a 
listening manner, 'f^ ^1 yp 
seaou t'hing kea5. 

Ltstless. ^'^ ^ to yu. 

Litany, ffljr S 3^^ ^ 
k& tabu shth wan, 

Literal, meaning, ^ Ym 
iZ Wl ^^^ me^n che 6 ; a too 
literal explanation, ^ J^ 
kta^ uzi ; is opposed to a free 
explanation, f^ ^ kea^ hw5, 

Literary, ^ ffii jj^ ^ 
y^w hed wan telh, |g^ yuh ; li- 



urr 



797 



UT 




terary rnoks. ^ § k'ho miib; 
literary talent, ^S ying; litera- 
ry arena, '^ "j^ wan chang, 
^ :|& k'ho cbang, :^ 3® 
wii|| tan ; literary examination^ 
^ fSt k'*»ab" »*»^ ; literary 
tales, ^ ^ kungmlng; fuch 
ai, meritorious scholar, ^ tE 
knag sang ; Collegian, ^ ^ 
lin sang ; bachelor of arte, ^ 
:^ sew tsa^ ^ ^ wan sing; 

stodent, fS ^ ^^^ ^^S'^ 
official student, ^ ^ chth 
keen ; official nominee, ^ m. 
Ml yuto ; master of arte, ^ 
kea jUi ; doctor of laws, 
db tain sz^ ; member of 
the institute, ^ ^ i^ db 
^ Ho bed Bze ; a literary 
character, ^ M St A wan 
tmh che jln, wfs S iZ. A> 
pfihmlhche jin, ^ A wan 
jo; literary composition, 5C 
^wan chang, 3C ^ wan 
•sd; literary superintendent, 

ic^ kea-u sh'>w, f^t ff^ 
keaou yu ; assistant do. jjg^^l 
hcdn taou ; literary oflScer,^^^ 
^^U^tt tub heo cbing ; 
literary chancellor, ^ j£ bed 
chfng ; literary advancement, 
fj^yante 

Ltterati,^ IKP* ^'^^) 
ft P^joomiin, ^ ^^ 

kea*'*^. fit # >>6 chay , Wt W 
A i'buh shoo jtn ; notices of 




eminent literati, ^ ^ wan 
yuen ; all the literati, 
choo jo6. 

LlTKRATURK, 5C "^ w5n 

teze, X M wan mTh, ^ | 
tsze mlh ; polite do. ^ 
wan chang; ancient do. 
^ yen yen, "^ 3^ koo wan j 
learning, ^ ;^ he6 wan. 

Litharge, ^ ^ meth to, 
^ |G^ j^ melh to sang. 

LiTHESoMB,. ^I^k'bing 
k'hwae. 

Lithography, ^ ^H/w 
p^ shih yin che fa. 

Ijtigant, ^ 7i^ p9 kaou 
chwang teih, JJ % ^ 6^ 
ta kwan sze telh. 

LlTTGATIGN, ^^ ^^ Sung 

82^» M ^ 82® »«i"s> ^ 12^ 

tsang Sling ; to excite to litiga. 

«^on» Sfe *^ ^ ^ k««o« 
so sz^ sun^) to slop litiga- 
tions, 3§ ^^ ^ IS k5 tang 
yung twan, |^ pe. 

To LITIGATE, ^ g qj 

ta kwan sze, |l ^^ hung 
tung, ^ |g ban e,^ he, ^ 
^ tsang Sling, |^ heuntj; 
to litigate to the utmost, fp^ 
gj^ keuh he.ung. 

Litigious, 0^ ^ haou 
kwan sua J?, ^-fff^ haou siintr, 
k^Wi^ haou yuh siing, ^ 
seen ; litigious discourse, ^ 
t& gih gib. 



LIT 



798 



Liv 



j^urwaow «b\vaii^ ; a Utter of 

pigs, M f 6^ ^i^ ^ ^^° 
hea lelii scaou choo. 

E-ITTLB, ^i^ Se^bu. IP S^, 

chaoTi ivan, fjj sbabu ; lit- 
tle^ faitb little happiness, ?^ 
Is ^J'* SS^^^*" *'" SiAou fuh; 



chb; a: Utile viriUv. 



<# 



dorstand a Utile, |^ ^ p'h6' 
heabu ; a Uttle itching, ^ ^j^ 
1)0 yang ; I know a little about 

i^ i^ it ;t P'hb p'hl. 
shth' che ; many littles make a 
micfck, ^ ^ ^ $^ tsefli 
sbabu ching to ; Utile ciiildren, 
'1^ ^seabu urh. 

LlTUKGY^Sfflf ^^ kg 

ihou dbth Wan. 

To LIVE, ^ Ban?. )^ hwiV, 



kfecn till ; a 1^'fle knowledge, | ^^f ^ang hwd, ^^ kflh 
S ^"5^0 I^ '^*^ V-w die j sang; to live at a place, ^ 
sRih ;;a( Uiilc mmi, ^l^MtC keu, ^^3- cho6, ^^ keu choo; 



to- live near the water, 5]^ ^ 
flQ j§- kin shwny (irh keu ; to 



\ seabu VUh the jin, ^ Jx^ 
yaejin ; a lUtltj stronger, ^ . ,,^ „_, 

5S 7th ^' l^" ^^^^ cli wanyr i li^^e alone, ^ ^^iih keu, ^^ 
Beay ; Uttl* bigher, ^ JSj'^ I j^sth keil ; to Iwe upon gra*n, 
lookaou 8' fvy. : a Utile. — ^ j ^ ^ shth kuTi : to live and 
y<h scay. ^^: s. ay sew., 5tJ | m«8s together,. |^ ^ # S 
5^ me Mi\ j^ Shth, — ' ^ I tftng kcu h6 hift-; to live togc- 
l^.yth te^H (m*, :j^8aow. ^'ther and mess apart, f§i^' 
ah, ^ P'Iio,i^ kin, ^ ix^' ;|^^.tung keu kth bin. to 
^l^,8haou ; m h'ttle while, )=f*'j live in a da* age, j^ ^ "tn! 
Q^ peen sh\j ^ h ang, ^* , isaou gnan she ; 10 live from 
tseen, fg ^\ kii.^ k1rh, ^ 1 ! and la mouth, ^ ^ H' 
3^)J tseen k hih. 4f ^l] sha )u ! lah k'hbw kwo jth ; long--lived, 
k^hlh, ^- ^ 8httbu kjuh'jr. j ^ ^ chang show ; short- 

^ i:|: gnb k^img', ^5r ^ . lived, ^^ yaou mfrig J liv- 
t«^:cn tscay; a vBcy little, ^ I iug togeth -r, ^'^ ^ ^ 



seen haou ; by little, fpjf 
jjj lst"«n tsze ; by little and 
liitle, ^ ^ saou saon ; Irclle- 



tunsjUui' kcu cho6. 

LiVKLlHOOD, ^ ^^ i»i29e'^ 
^ rg* sanor h-w^ ; means of 



tlf 



799 



LOA 



by ngrfculttire, MtHMl^ 
cfaang teftn k wo jih ; to get one's 
livelihood by any other means, 
i& i ^ :fe rng sang ra6w 
BliIh;to gain «t livelihood by 
fcuntioR ^ It Jit j^ i 
h shay le« wei sang. 

LivBLONG day, •" ^ PJ 
^ yth jth taou yay. \ 

Livf.lt, '^^k'hwaehvrS, 
g ^ hwo p6, ^ S hwuh 
b6, ^ H hwuy ho, H^ y^h. 

Liver, fff kan ; the liver 

and ga", Hf H *^*" ^'^ 5*2 ' 







liver complaint, ^f 
kan klic t'hiing ; his liver and 
inrains smeared the earth, fly 
ftl^^ kan nabu tod te ; 
Ibe liver contains .the soul, ^ 
H 3^ kan chwang hwan. 

LivEBY, freedom, © ^ ^ 
S| tsze ycw che sh^. 

Liveryman, g 05 ;2S A 
(8ze yew che jln. 

Livid, ^ «S ^i"? ^^^ >' a 
livid mark, ^ ^ chth wei ; a 

livid complexion))^ KP^^* ^^^^ 
LiviHG, ^ ^ sang hw5 ; 
living water, y^^hwo shwuy: 
a living character, (a verb) '/§ 
hwd tsze ; all living, ^^ 
keun Bang ; if the living do 
not cultivate virtue, how will 
they be prepared for death, ^ 
W^^^9E5|f M^sang 
cfaay piih sew, sze tseang he 




ked; living creatures, ^ 
sang ling : living animals, ^ 

I t'heen san ; the living, ^ 
..._ sanqf sze ; amongst the 
living, ^ \ f^sang jin keen 

yang keen. 

Lixivium, ^/f^keen shwuy, 
^R /^V keen shwuy. 

Lizard, ^ 4^ e hfSw, _ 
l^yen t'hiiig, ]^yen,^han; 
the house lizard, ^ ^ show 

*'""ff^ ^ ^ iiing tszfe, '' 
peTh hob, ife^ ^ shay e, 
loo chen ; the field lizard, 






J^ selh ; the grass lizard, ^ 
^ been yuen ; mountain li- 
zard, ^ ^ yuner yu^n, $^ 
1^ yung yiiSn, $3 ^ shaou 
laou, i^ ^ serh yth, ^ suy ; 
a species of lizard, $^ ^ k6 
kea^, ^^ tfnglin, J^^ 
yen teen : a larger kind, 3S 4(5 
hth yuen, J^ ijjf^ liih yuen ; tlie 
lizard kind, j|| ^ King luy. 

Llama, of Thibet, ^l) J^ 
la ma. 

Load, |^ ^ tan tszfe, ^ 

M. cl w so f^o che wuh ; a 
load ui)on the mind, t|=> ((^ 
5IFI ^ chnnor sin joA yth ; a 
load for a carriage, ^ $^ J^ 
^ keu tsae che wuh, ^ '^ 
tsae ho. 

To LOAD, ^ tsae, ^ J^ 
^ tsae nhanop k'heii ; a loaded 
horse, ^ ^ to k^. 



E 



1.0C 



Soo 



LOO 







tsze 



Load-stonb, _^ 
Bh^h, ^ JQ she shih, 
ne^ shth. 

Loaf, >^5M "^^n t'hdw, 
f^ man t'h6w, ^^ man 
I'how ; a loaf of bread, ^ *Qj 
•■*• 10 meMn paou yth ko. 

Loam, Jg fun, :j|jang, 
kin ; white loamy soil, ^ 
pth fan ; black do. ®^^ hTh 
ffin ; red do. ^ Jl i^ chih 
ch!h fun ; a rich loam, flg j^ 
fei ti I loamy soil, ^ + yuh 
t'hob. 

Loan, 'j^ ^J tseay tsae. 

To LOATHE, J^ yen, J^ 
heSn, ^woo, ^f gaou, ^ 
yth, ^ yth, ||jj woo ; to loathe 
food, ^ tzse, ^ tsze, -^ t«ze 







H 



LOATHESOMC, W] 

^ k'hb yen k^lib wod. 

Lobby, gtl ^ tse^n t'hing. 

Lobe, of the ear, |^ tang? 
[jf H^ irb tan^ 

Lobster, fl 1^ Iflng hea, 
^Jlj^tsze kooill^tsuh keuh 




Local, usa^e, — 
8^ ^ fS' } »h ch'hoo ylh ch'o- 
txTh fung silh ; local deities, ^ 
^ shay t9eth,iilfei^ ^'^oo 
\A shin ; local altars, ^ 




8ze shay ; local magistrate, ___ 
^ yih tsa^e, l^'^'^t^ fang 
kwan. 
Locality, f^ if te fang, 




LiOCK, 1^ «b, §5> keen, 

°^^^ iffi yoi a long lock, 
^ lang tang ; one lock. — 

a door, P^ ^ mun mei ; a 
brass lock, ^^ <&ng so; 
the male part of a lock,^ keen; 
the female do. ^ pe ; the lock 
of a canal, :^ ^ shwuy tsa, 
1^ P5 ^a mfin, ^ tae ; a 
lock of hair, "^ ^ ^ y^b 
leaou fa ; a lock on a wheel. In 
iin : lock and key, ^jSk Su yd 
shS; an iron lock, ^ ^ t'heS 
sb. 

To LOCK, ^ ^ ^ so k'hb 
laS ; to lock the door, f^ Jt 
P^ sb shang mfin, p^ ^ pe 
hoo; to fasten, ^ keen; a 
locked jaw, ^ flj k'hin k'bw, 
1^ ^ keaou yay, ^ ^ ySy 
k'hin. 

Locomotive, vehicle, Q 
^ ;^ ]^ tsze jen che keu. 

Locust, ]^ ^ ts'habu 
chung, ^ ^ chung sze, ^ 
^ chung pung, |^ jj^ hwang 
ts6, ^ 1^ hwang chun?, :^ 
ifel han hwang, ^ ^ po 
chung, !^ i^ tsing ling, j^ 
ilp tansc lang, 4^ ^ chun 
shoo, ^ ^fow chung, ^^ 
fow chung, ^ ^ fei keung, 
^^ ke chung, ^l^chun^ 
fan, # chung, ij^ she, 
chay ; a kind of locust, j^ 




LOD 



801 



Loa 



■a, ^fe he lelh, i^l^i 
Ifih t'hing ; a locust before it 
pu ks wings, ^^ yuen 
fill ; Tariegated locust, f^ ^ 
hag Ceaou ; a green locust, ||Sf 
jm ban teaou ; another species 
of locosi,!^ j@ sung see, ^ 
j|[ sze chiing ; a small kind of 
do. ^ f^ ctia mang ; do. ari- 
fliog from the ground, ^ |^ 
tlioo kee , db S t'hob chung ; 
the bfoad locust, i£ |^ tsih 
k^'^o i@^ ^^ou <^ben ; large 
^' JcB 9w ™^ teaou. 

To LODGB, ^ ^ he^ sdh, 
*fC j|p hea ta, ^ 'K 'a choo, 
)| yn, ^ kesou, J^ p^., g 
hea, 1^ heuen. ^ ya, |||| loo, 
tsaou, ^ ^ dhay keu, ^ 
sdh wei ; to lodge for a 

time, ^ A ^^ y^ ) '^ lodge 
fer a night, ^ ^ k^ suh ; this 
the Buddhist priests express 
by ^ ^ kwa tan ; to lodsre 
m a certain place, ||^ ^ ^ 
]|^ kwan yu mdw ch'hoo ; to 
iidge alone, J^ tun. 

Loi>G£, ^ e, ]^ woo ; a 
fed^ at the eate of a public 

lodge in a garden, ^shob. 

LoDoER, A. ^ j'O k'hth, 
$:^ kOith led, # ISE ke led. 

LoDGirrG-PLACE, ^^ siih, 
^di'y6»?>i§lSk'hlhyii, 



^H k'hih kwan, ^ keaou, 
sze ; a lodging house, ^p 
,^ k'hth^n, ft Ig hM 
teen, ^ J^ ^ ^^ \ ^ clean 
lodging, jSiS^H ^n»g 
keS yu ch'hoo. 

LoPT, g| ]|^ Idw ting, ^ 
kwae ; to raise lofts and upper 
rooms, ^ ^ M ^ k'he Idw 
siioo k5. 

Lofty, JI^ kaou, ^ ^ 
t'hae kaou, ^ chan, ^& chan, 
^ 11 Chan yiih, *^1|| k'hg 
^> ^ 1^ g^ e^, ll^ S; cho go, 
iS^^ kaou gaou, ^ M^^^Y 

tseaou yaou, 1^ Iff^ te^ ns^, 
llg 1^ t'huy tsuy , <^ ^ tsang 

yang, ^4s Ic^h tsCih, |(; ^ 
wei kwei, J^ ^ k'h^:« yS, l>^ 
iSE tsang yflng, ll^ i^ yin lin, 
ft ^ Jnng^ung, ft Ji tow 
pang, »l# M t«an y^n ; ernu 
nent, |^J^ chaou ch6, fiff 
tae e ; a lofty gateway, ^ 
k'hang lang ; a lofty monn* 
tain, "j^ ill kaou san, rt^ 
k^n been ; a lofiy house, 
lung ; a lofty wall, jfe _^ 
tseuil pcth ; lofty hills, ^ tH? 
k'hS heu, ^ ^ tsih glh ; a 
lofty and ^reat appearance, jj^ 

'^ I^ US ^^^*^ ^ ^^^ maou. 

Log, TfC ® mMi t'hdw,^ 
tung, iQ hwan. 

Logarithms, ^ ^ ^ 





LON 



802 



LOK 




^ tny 800 clicn wci, ^ ^ 
Vh fej tiiy 800 pc le ; tables of 
logarithms, ^W^^ tuy soo 
peabu. 

Logic, ffi ^ 1^ ^ mlng 

lun chefa,ti|g|B^ig;t 
^ t'buy lun mtng le che he5. 

Logomachy, ^!^^^ 

Jcl ? P^^" P^ y^" y^ ^^® ®^®' 

LoGoa,5& taou. 

Loins, ^ yaou, jg ^ 
yaou che, ^ ^ yaou hwa, ^ 
^^ yaou tsze ; a pain in the 
loins, Bil ^ Ji^ yao" kwuh 
t'hung. 

To LOITER, ^ ^ e hlng, 

. 4§ tow Ifew. 

Loiterer, ^ ^ XT ^ 
^ ^ y^w show ha'ju he^n 

che jin^ 

Loitering, ^ ij^ cha e, 
^IttsuyweLJJlia 

To LOLL, to lean, j^ W ^' 
cho ; to loll in sitting, ^ ^ 
pei e, ^ « ; ^o loll out the 
tonrrue, ftt "^ t'hob shS, 5t 
3g =g ^ t^hob kwo shP, 
tseen, jjf ^fl: tan tan, j^^ 
tan tan, ^ hwa. 

Lonely, ^ ^ 8«^h wi5 ; 
lonely and still, ^ fl^ scaou 
teadu : a lonely road, ^ 

Lonesome, Qlp ^ tsaou 
leaou, ^ j^ lang tan. 
Long, in space, ^ chang, ( 




tsto, ^ ma^, ^ chob, @i^ 
e, .^ e, ^ ^ yaou change 
lit ^ou, ^^jji yaou naou j 
extended, J^ ;^ yen change 
H :^ sc^n Chang, ^ g. 
shin led ; lon^ Irgs, -^ fflft 
chang ke5, j^ j^ kw5 85 ; 
long-legged, j^ leaou ; a long- 
legged spider, J^ ^ he tsze, 

^ilf ieaou shaou, ^ j^ 
chang k^ ; long ears, ^^ ^ 
tan urh ; long-eared, indica- 
tive of noble birth, Bj^ kang ; 
long and short, ^ ^ chang 
twan ; a long story, gjf -^ 
hwa chang ; long life, -^ ^p 
chang show, ;;^ ^ chang 

™»'"g» M ^ chang sang, ^ 
itf; show she ; long home, (the 
coffin,) ^ kew ; a long gar- 
ment, "^ p*ha6u, ^ 58 paba 
ming; long ells, ^ ^ petb 
kfe, Og' l^ pth ke ; long and 
deep, ^ seen ; long pepper, 
^ M Pe^h p5, ^ S keu 
tseang ; long grass, ^| chaou j 
long-winded, ^ t'h;*en ; lone 
branches of trees, ^ kaou, ^H 
siih ; long and far, ^ yjE man 
man, $(^ i^ ye hwQh, ;^ ^ 
chang yuen ; long and slender, 
^ leabu keabu, ]|j^ leaou, 
^ teadu, sBj ^ yaou neaou ; 
long out-stretched, ^ ^ lan^ 
t'hang, f§ sang, ^ shin, ^ 
kee ; long and large, j^ chang, 



r 



liOS 



mm 



LOO 




non 



8k ^ yftng tsun ; long hands 
and arms, :^ ^ 1^ c'^ang 
•fabwked, ^ 8d ; a loi)!^ tail, 
^^ Chang wci, El ^ 
loBg and graceful, ^^H^ 
iiQ san Jen ; long and crooked, 
jHfljjee; longhair, ^^ 
no ahwae, ^ ^ yaou naou. 

Long, in liine, 7^ kew. 
^ Chang kew, j^ 3C ^'' 
tew.tfej^ yen kew, ^ flf 

few; how Iong,fg 3^kft k^w ; 
ioQg-con tinned J t[g han? : not 
•<»& ^^ we kfe, ^^ 
pah kew, ^ H puh jth : a 
I«ig time, ^ 3( woo4ccw, Q 
A hang kew, ^^ch'hang 
kew ; I have long looked up to 
you, ^ jCp kew yang ; longr 
fe|>arated, ^ ^ kew we!, ^ 
ll heen k'hwo, ^ ^Ij kew 
Pt«;i long-standing, ]^ ^ 
keo kew ; a loner period, |[p 
tsclh, ff5 t'haou, ^ ^ li Ing 

^^w» ^E Au ^^^ ecaou ; lonsr 
continuance of prosperity, |{|§ 

1^ v^ iK ^"'^ show meen 
rhang ; long in time and space, 
m me, ^ EI k'hwang jth ; a 
long day, ^ ch'hang ; to de- 
tain a long time, ^ |^ kew 
tew. 

To LONo after, ^ leu^n, M 
]g| sze leu^n, ^^|^ keuen 
^^^f & M 8ze moo, ^ ^ 





seen moo. 




gna($ yuh, 

f^ yang ; to long to get for- 
ward, ^ ^ t'han Ue^n ; to 
long alter virtue, "^ j§ t'han 
tlh; to desire earnestly, -^ 
f^^i ^ 1^ k'hin k^hio, ^ 
^k'haeyu,/U^tsingyuei.; 

^^mm^^^ "*y longings, jj; |(J 
>©,Sweign6k'h6 82r. 
Long kvit y, |^ shJw. 
L'>yG TUDE, lines of, 
'^"^o, D^ i^ P'hcien toi) . 
Longitudinally, and trans- 
versiily, ^ ^ tsfiog hwang. 

LoNICKRA JAPONICA, the 

honey-suckle, i^ @ ^ kin 
yin hwa. 

Long-supferinq, ^ ^ 
chau'^jin. 

LOO-CHOO, ^^ i^w k6w. 

she, ^ too, ^ tse^, ;Jj| ^ 

^hankecn,^^kwankan, 
m ^'--. m keen, ^ ^ 
kwei keen, B^ Jcwei, ^ ^ 
^efkwa^jlng kwefshe, 
^ lau, J^ pin^ ^. to look at, 
f^ me? n, |g gg sh.j chen. 




' # 'lyU «V^ —••..« , HfiQ 

ao", I9J: ya"!,' J^ le, Bf hclh 
8R nal., gi p'hing, Bi sir,; 

^ 'seun, B|| wunar, H|E wan<r, 

^ tsae tse, B^ chen, fi!^ e, 

Hi! kcu, Bji hwang, ^ ne, ^ 

ping, ^ hw5, ^ low ; to look 

j at steadily, ^ |^ hwtib yen, 



LOO 



804 



LOO 




W 




^ M che «>w> m m y»«? 

ling, ^ chQh ; to look narrow- 
ly » % H# 'e *^w, ^ mow, g 
)^ muh die, ||^ chiih ; to look 
at attentively, ^ Sp![ ^^ show, 
^t'he, ^' meth^ 1^ peaou ; 
to look round, ^Htj^seun she; 
to look towards, §g ^21 wan<^ 
che, ^ gg kwaii wang, Bp 
helh; to look towards with 
desire, ^ kan ; to look with 
atFection, ^ keuen, ^ gno, 
B^ yfih : to look up to, jCfl 
neang, |f|J ^ aSang wang, 'jVj] 
^ nean? moo, d^ f^ ch'he 
neang, ^ ^kwan chen, | 
f4* chen neang, ij^ kae, 
tfl king neang, || kin, g^ 
teen ; fo look upwards, ^ 
chen. ^ ^ chen t'heaou, j^ 
hcu, BJ yen, ^t ^ mang 
yang, Bl^3l^h5h6; to look 
up to and depend on, '(i^ 
neang la^ ; to look for, |^ ^^ 
pan wang, ^ he, ^ he ; to 
look o:i, ^ ^ pang kwan ; 
to look after, |^ M P«^" '<o^ ; 
to look at a play, ^ ]|]^ k'an 
he; to look at with longing 
eyes, ^ kaou,^ f^ k'ae yu; 
to look through a tube, ^ ^ 
kwan kwe( ; to look forward 

^» ^ ii ^^^ ^^8» ?S ii 
chen wang ; to look stedfastly 

to a distance, J^I^^HR 
jrlng shtn yuba she; to look 




strange, ^ |g kwei kwae ; to 
look with downcast eyes, i^ 
maou : to look through one eye, 
-^ 9 H tan muh sh^:, ^ 
kwe* ; to look at through tha 
corner of the eye, ^ yg. || 
herh ; to look with an evil eye^ 
^ gll leTh heug ; to look as- 
kance. #^ ^ |g seay cho y«jn, 
KC wP keaou maou, 






keuen keuen, g^^H te shi, 
Iffi 1^ yae tsze : to look at 
with an2:er, jg ^ noo she, g^ 

he, ii chin, g| ^ chm 
heuen, H Jlig e sh^, g^ Im)w, 

^IS ^^h^'^ she ; to look round 
about, 8@ |g hwuy pan, gg 
f £ hwan she, ^ ffi hwan 
sh^, g^ lee ; to look awry, 
^ keaou lenou, g^ 16, 
mc!h, ^ 1^ heuen heuen ; to 
look compiainingly, j^ ^^ 
yuin wanjc ; to look leisurely, 
q^ h3a ; to look downwards, 

mow; to look into, ^ts'hn, 
JS^ chiin. ^ tsze ; to look to 
the right ami left, |^ 25E ^ 
pan tsb yew, ^ ke, ^ keu, 
^ keu ; to look straight for- 
ward, iE ^ chi'ng she, "f^ 
tliang, B^ die, fflE ching, ^ 
k'he, ^ 9uy : ^S^ pe kwiih, 
^ Chang, B^^ feaou wang, 
^ ^ meaou yaocr ; to look at 



r 



LOO 



8U5 



LOO 



one antfthsr, ;|^' ^ seang I looking at ^he b avcQS through 
k'hin, ^ rath ; to look to a ' a tube, H? '^ ll ^ y""8 
Artance, ^^ y&^u I^'ban, kwan kwei t'beea ; looking at 
IBI^ yaou meaoii, ^ |^ isin the sun and moon, ^ |$ ^ 
mog; to look stupidly about f\ cheo ji^ jfh yue ; looking 
}fjlp^ m'en mSeu ; to look up, be heaved a sigh, ffl j^^ 
ilttmed. ^ S^ g5 che ; to look ^ ueang t'heen cbang t'han. 
^hast, ^ heue, ^ k^; to Looking-glass, @ ^ 
take a look, § — ^ k'han . m.ien kin? ; a glass mirror, ^ 
yb k'han ; to look well, j|f^^ ' ^ EIQ ^ po 16 meen kfng ; a 
Imuhi k'han ^ to look at each | round band mirror, [^ -^ 
other with ang^T, ^ life J^ ^ y"^" show ki'ng. 
pe uze fan muh ; to look over Look-olt, house, 
books, ^^ Ian shoo, ^ ^ wang low 2E^ wang tad. 
joe keoen ; to look about one, j Loom, jp^ ^ cblh ke, ^ 
Qg^ tseaou tseaou ; to look j fy ke shoo, 
up in price, ^ hing ; I have | To loom, ^ ^ yadu wang. 
kmg looked up to you, ^ 
kew neang; to look out, ^ 







tlieaou wang ; to look inward- 
Ij, 1^ yew ; to look frighten- 

^1 ^ ^^: ^ ^^"^ ' ^o I^ol^ 
without examininsf, ^ |^ 

ming ming, ^^ mlh sih. 

1-ooK, a dance, — f^ yth 



sh';, — '^ vTh k'han ; to steal ; 5fe she ; fast and loose. 



' ^"^^^ ^ M A wo6 yung 

1 •• 
ijm. 

Loop, j|0j n^w ; a loop-bole, 

or opening, !§! P fe ^ 

chwang boo ktb tsze ; a loop- 

i bole to get out at, Q ]^ i<l 

1^ tsze pth che loo. 

Loose, not fast, ^^ sun^, 




a look, ^ 3^ t'how kMian ; a 
look of regard, |^ g^ koo pan. 
f^ g|5 |ian lae ; look, air, ^ 
cben, ^ tliae : a look of dis- 
pleasure, j^ 5h "^"a tsing, 
^ J^ ming tsang; a wanton 
look,|^^yub sth. 

Looking, 8|p B^ hwnn 
hvan, ^ Bf^ kwan kwan, ^ 
^ mftng tsung, |^ kwan]; 




sung kin ; loose cotton, ^ ^f^ 
sung hwa ; loose earth. ^ jtl 
sung t'bob, i^ suy, ^ |^ 
tslh (sih ; a loose girdle, |p 
chen ; unstrung, ^ ta^ ; loose 
and complicated, j^ j^ pe 
m-iw ; loose and dissolute, ^ 
M fnng Uw, Ji^ ^ fan? t^ing. 
]^ ^ fane: sze, ^ ^ fang 




LOQ 



806 



LOff 



tsze 6, ^ teaoii, ^ cha, ^ft h""» I® «» t)l ^^°' ^ ^^^^ 
^ hwanjr tsunrr, ^ Ian ; loose , |^ hea, ^ tun?, ^^ nang, ^^ 
and diffusive, )|| j^ mei man; '^'*" '^ " ^*^"" 

loose and wide, *S fan 



=n 




nang ; loose and easy, fX X*^"? 
5!^ e, If ktaou, ^ t'hang, 

Toloo^e, to untie a knot, 

^ /^ ^**"^ ^ " • ^^ ^^'^®^' ^"^'' 
bonds, i^ W hwau fuh ; to 

let <ro, ^ W -iliili f »n2 ; to be 

indttlgent, ^ yhv, ^ p'hoo, 

5^ ch'hoo. 

LoosENi-^^^j, of th^. bowels, 

^ hew, ^ ^ se5 Ic, % % 
8eayle,^^leching. 
To LOP, off branches, fj$ :^ 

j^ fi ke teaou, ^J In. f l] 
ch'huen ; to deprive of, ^ to. 
LoPsioKD, Ifq f^ keuh 
keiihj^ino, i^cho *" "" 
peen ping. 
LoauAcious, 
O7!' chl tow 
Ut ch(i heii, 
chen, DP chon 












^1^ ohe joo, 

n^ chen 

»^ che 



nung, ^ till I g, gH she, J^^ 
chaou shu ; a loquacious per- 
son, XX^a^ \ k'libw she 

chejfn,^ajS|;tAt^to«y 

che jin. 

LoauAciTY, ^ tj hwa 
k'liow, $lj $«J la la, »® J^w6, 
^ Iow,«|f ?^joonee, ^^^ ' 
Icen low. 

LoauAT, fruit, Mespihis Ja- 
ponica, ^ *^» loo kwiih, 
^ loo keue, |j{i :}g^pe pa. 

Lord, 3E chob, 3£ & chob 
kung) 5p^ keun \ the lord of the 
land, ^3E kw6 chob; the 
Lord of heaven, ^ 3S t'hecn 
chob ; the Lord's day, ^ ^ 
chob jTh ; my lord and master, 
3E ^|J <^hob lang ; to become 
a lord, J^ ^ wei chob ; the 
true liOrd, ^ ^ chin chob. 

LoRDLiNO, ^J^ 3E seabu 
chob, /> ^ ^sliabu labu yay 

Lore, ^ iC he3 wan 5 an- 




choo, 1=^ chiir. Ug utU: c e. njt 1 cient lore, ^ [^ kob wSn. 
^ kee keg, ^^ %^ tow t«e, P)^ [ To lose, ^ shth, ^ _ 
seaou, B^ ch^. «^ chay, ^ \ shih 16, ^^ shlh k'heu, ^ 
Ifjl petselh,g|:^ ion jen^fl^ iJJi shth low, g^^sangshth, 
chen, ^ sht-, d|| 5^ 16 chay, j ^ shoo, g wef , fe yun, ^ 
»^ hwJS tfleay, <#• ?R le5 j stm, |?E ke, ^ ^ shwang 




wl 



nan, g 



. .,., 6* leg te«, S^ Mj^ ' and win, ^ 
hea, ^l^cMhchi^, |^ Ik 
DOW now, SIBS ^ l^^j 1*6 




shoo ylng ; to 

lose colour, ^ Q ^'^^^ ^^'^ » 
to lose anything,^ ^ shlh 



LOB 



•07 



LOO 



wfib,||[4b ^^ ^^^ ' ^ ^^^^l "^^ P^^^^ ^® k'hwei ch;; pao. 
CM'SToice, Vq* gao, ^ eae,\ Lost, "twaagj^j^T^shTb 



pa; to lose the teeth, ^^ 
hwhj Mhh ; to lose the clue, 

Iiwe one's life, ^ ^ shtb 

kne one's mother by death, ^ 
^ sfalb she ; to lose territory, 
j^ i||^ sang te ; to lose a bat- 
Cie, |j|r g^ pae chin ; to lose 
the way, l^j^ tsang tang, 
to lose blood, ^^shih heu^, 
p[ J^ lew heue ; to lose one's 
countenance, ^^ ^pw&n yen; 
to lose one's self-possession, 

1 «'»»5. li ^ t*** »i>*, ill 

]|| yang chang ; to lose by 
death, jf\ ch" ; to lose one's 
breath, i^ ^ yue k'he ; to 
lone in trade, y^ >|C sbTb puu, 
^ '^ che pun ; to lose a wa- 
P'f^&i^'S ^o tseAn 
shoo leabu; to loae time, ^l^ 
^^fk shth keo kwang 
yin ; to lose one's labour, ^ 
JQ^ pth fei kung foo 
^ fl wang fei loth ; «o 



lose courage, fl^ *^ ^^"^ ®'" 



Loss, in trade, D^ ||5 keth ..^..^ , ___, ^^ ^ 

k'hwei; loss, defeat, ^ SXlh«ang, Spl^ ping pang, yC 
fow pae ; at a loss how to act, \ |||j^ ta m n<^ ; loud words, V^ 
|ffi ^ ^^ ^''ho ; loss of ap- »j§ tung tan? : ^i** voice was 
petite, ^ tsze ; loss on lon«r- ^ very loud. ^ ^ ^ ^ k«»nv 
e»l-, a^ 1^ i1 I* ^ :.hm^tsa; lo',. 

F 




wang, ^ y shih leabu ; lost 
and forgotten, J^ sang ; lost 
and abandoned, fj^ j^ Igw 
meen ; lost in oblivion,^ sh^; 
lost for ever, M ft M ^ 
wan she chin lun ; lost, as an 
art or science, ^ ^ ehih 
chuen ; lost to a seuse of shame, 
^«D>jj$ Sits sang sin me£ ch'ii 
Lot, fate, ^ mfng, ||f j^ 
yuAnfun, ^0funglh; to 
be content with one's lot,!^ 

W ^ ^ «'»ow minsf gnan 
fun ; to cast lots, ^ m ta 

kwa, (5 h '•hen p5, yp ^ 
tats^en, ^^ uecn k'hwei, 

Lotion, ^ ^ yo shwuy, 

l^TTER^I^ ^ ^ P''' 
ko p'enou, §^ |^ too p6. 

Lotus, ^^ ^ leen hwa ; 
fruit of do. f^ teTh. 

LovAGE, j^ ^f^ tuh hwo. 

Loud, voice, ^^ ta shinij. 

.,1^ kaou shiner )^ ^ ^^ 
sliing, B^ pung, g'jg keaou, ^^ 

lun?, ^^C '^^^> *^ ^"' ^S 
hung ; a loml voice, 'j^ ^ ta 




LGV 8( 

To LOVE, ^ gna.-, ^ h» iii, 

pUiJg, j^ nee, "|§ ^ telh lalh; 
to love women, ^Q gnad olh, 
^ tiia, Ji^ hwn, ^ kow, ^ 
^ Iwan laou, f^ ^ koo Inou; 
to love inferiors, ^ tsze, ^ 
iBsie, ^ selh ^ ^ raze 

UKC y^w, ^ liM.g; to lov.; 
tenderly, ^^ tiln^ tfnau,^ 
)i^ tangt'hdng, ^^ Iwan 
gnac ; to love wiih coinjKiSflion, : 
l^'feej gnae iMn ; to love men 
in gen ral, ^ A,g"ae ji". ?iL 
^ 1^ r.n gnae chung, ^fy i 
gnae wfih, ^ wei ; to love I 
Wine, ^^ gna^ ta^w, J^f 
JP haou tsi;w ; to love jiowcr, 
^ ^ mo7 Bhrt ; to love oJie 
ariolher, ^ ^ Seaog gn»i, 
TH JHf seang Iwan ; to love in- 
timately, ^ ^ ts'liin gnais ; 
to love ardently, ^ ^ ena- 
•"o^, ^ ^ le'liee p'laJ, ^ 
^ hd Iwan, ^ ^ ken<Mi 
Iwan ; to love with favour, |[^ 
ggclihnggita'; ; to love wealth, 
^ ^4" -"*■'■ '^J^'m t» 't>VB with 
r^sji CI, !^^L'na.-' kfn-j. 

I.,VE,u!r..-Uon,^t[^gnft,-. 
l^in^r; fiivoiir, ^ cliim^r ; ch:i- 
rity, f:ijin;lli.^ love of wo- 
men, ^ S ;^ C'' gna^ stl" 
rhe ein ; the love of wine, V 
M ^ f& l''"*" "^w •:h8 Bin ; 



3 LOO 

the lov« of heaven towards 
men, ^ ^ I'hsen hcuen ; to 
fix the love on one. person, '^ 
^ ^ _ J^ H'ng UiiiR yd 
yifa jhi ; if the beari't love b»' 
aet OD vtrttie, it will del^iht in 

Qhc hot'iu taae sben, ylh lA h 
sew che; depraved love, jjp jjg 
p'heen gnae. 
LovE-AppLR, ^^((i.nkeB 
Lovely, flj ^ k'hb goa^, 
X^ chuen ;. a lovely girl, 3S 
^* yuh nyii ; to connider vir- 
;^a« lovely.^ MMM 
g| e ta^u tTh wel la. 

I.OVBKS, j^iy J^ koo laou, 

LovB-3[CK, j^^taingchiS; 

after the manner of a lovo-stck 

lao urh nyu taing che che t'ba^. 

LoviVf5,^X6^gi«iejln 
telli, ffl ^ fl^ si-ang gnaj 
lelti, ^ ^ g^ ta'hin ahfih 
l«Ih. |£ '^ ^^lu'bin gnae iclh. 

To LooNor;, ^ yae ; to 
lonngc till evening, i)^ fll Bj^ 
^ yae ta'^i w^ii l-eon ; loun-j;^ 
and saunter, ^ igj t^ y.>w ; a 
loiiniting gnii, ^ts ^ e le : to 

tuy jen tsze f^ng : a loun^^ng 
fnllow, ^ -f- ^ ^ yJ'w 
ahhw ha'>u hf-gn, ^!j^ ^p ^V 
y2 sew ■liiiw [<attg kw&n ; 



f 



I0ff 



809 



LUC 



kmnrnv muBt not enter here, 

Louse, ^ elh, ^ St ke 
lib, ^ ^ sih tszp. 

To LoUB«, & ^ ^ tofih 
lihtflze. 



LotfSY, $^ ^ tjo B% IP k'he^n [)e. 



iethj high and low, ^ ^ 
kaou t^, tl^ B^ kaou pe ; low 
in behaviour, ^ ^ f^ p'hiA 
klhOs. 

Lowly, -^ ^ pe seuen, 
((^ scaou teaou, 





1^ how 8Th. 

Lout, {^ ^ Ian urh. 

Low, ^ te, ^ M^ IP pe, 
^ toy, ^ hwan, ^ che, 

I! pe low, j^ iwh, ^ pef, 
][^ peen ; low ground, Ji^} ta, 
^ wa ; a low damp place, JU^ 
pe,ffliyichi,^^w^ 
My : a low hot»e, J^ loo, ^ 
|5, ]g peen, |? P« ; ^ow in 

mean, flf WdoJ^ Been ; a 

low cla«8, ^ ITO ^ P''^'" ; a 
fov Kt of people, T? j5lE hea 
few, ^ ^ chah Uw : low ob- 
icurc language, 1? j^ 1^ ^ 



low 



To LOW, as an ox, ?K^ h< 
W^ how. ^ mow. ^ fl^ nAw 
tning, !pg kow. Dj^ liung, ^ 
I5I[ heih hung, iJ^J how, I 

gang, ^ yin?. 
' Lowland. ^ J^ ping yuSn 

Loyal, j^ ^ chung 6, ^ 
^{l chuu? lee ; devoted to oue's 
prince, ^ i^. ^ It y^w 
chung vn keun ; a loyal 9tateti« 
in*"j j£ S chunfiT chtn. 

Loyalty, £4 Igft heun kung 

LuBBFR, ^^ iff ^ ySw 
dhow haou been, |$ |(t kwa 
pe. 

Lubricate, '^5ft)j!^^ 
to6 yew chlng hwa. 



y1fil6wcheszc,7^g^sheyu;| Lubricous, J*^ ^ hwatslbj 

low estate, ^ ^4 pe wei ; low I ^ -^ hw^ ii. 

price, j^ |g ip kca. ^ tseen ; ; LrciD, ^ hwiiy, BH "*t"^, 

low-spirited, ^ *l!i sang sin,' ^fcffl kwang uane, ^ ^ 

tR ^y ^ 'Hjl ™"«^g ^^?' I B^J fa kwang telh, B^ ^ ming 

low watpr, PJC ^ «^wny kan, j Kjang. 

;fl^^ shwuy 16, ^JC ^'hwn V I Lc ciFER, morninsr itar, ^ 

t'liuy ; a low vofce, j^ ^ ^ k'he wr\^, Q^ ^ mtng 

tc shing. BH lif '^^^ y'"' ^ ^''"^v ^ i^/l i^ ^ *^^^^ 
hwuy, t*^ lung ; low behavi- nilntr che «n\f . Tinifer inatch- 

«^r T^ffe hk tsd; a low es, 51 ;^( ;^)ry»" ho che 



LUC 



810 



LUM 




P'h£^n, 3% ;*; j^ kwtl hb ! 
teaou. 

Luck, iSl^ fungshwuy, 
^ jju tsaou hwa •, sheer luck, 
fg; ^p heaou hing ; good luck, 
xf » "fil habu tsaou hwa ; 
bad luck, ^ ^ ^f^ tBhou 
hwa puh habu ; to get good 
luck, i^ =Sr nS keTh. 

Luckily, ^ j^ ^ k& 
babu teih ; hickily obtained, 
^If bingtlh. 

Lucky, ^ htng, ^ keih, 
t^ keaon, ^1 1^ I^ .he, j&L 
•^'*^c» Sr cbing ; a lucky hit, 
f|j['^ heaou htng; a lucky 
affair, ^^ keih sz^ ; a lucky 
day, ^ Q keih jTh ; very luc- 
ky. iK $ ^'hae keih ; a lucky 
dream, Jf^ ^ seanir miing ; 
lucky omen, |P )||^ ching 
seang; lucky occurrence, 3^ 
5j^ habu tsae, ^ ^ haou yn n ; 
a lucky opjwrtunity, jff- |^ 
^ habu ts^ yd, if ^ ^ 
habu k^ hwiiy. 

Luckless, ^ '^ p5 mfng. 

Lucrative, if ^ ^ 
habu fa tsag. 

Lucre, ^J Sle yth ; fil- 
thy lucre, fl§ ilj woo 1^ ; to 
seek after do. y^ ^l] yQ le, 
$J chQh le, ^f IJ tod IL 

To LUCUBRATE, ^^ ff: 

yiy \h tt6, ^ ^ ift la yiy 

ISO. 





Lucubration,^ ^ ff? 
6^ ^ 7ay keen U5 teth wan. 

LUCULEKT, OH ^ ^ ^^t 

pTh tetb. 

LuDicROiTS, nj ^ k'hb 
seaou, j^ ^ babu seaou, ^ 
55 tseu seaou, ^ ^cJ^y sca6u 

LUKS VENEREA, ^ )ig plh 

chuh. 

Luggage, fj ^ htng fe, 

, £ ^^® chiing. 

Lugubrious, ^ ^ yew 
teow, «^5^;^|S1 tek'bilh 
cbe maou. 

Lukewarm, ^ nwan, ^g^ 
j^ wan nwan ; in a moral 
sense, ^ ^ tan p5, }^ $^ 
lang tan, 4^ H^ ^ >fr pwan 
je pwan lang, 

To LULL, to soothe, ^ ^ 
wob seilh, ^ ^ gnan woo. 

Lumbago, ^f& •§• ^ yaou 
kwuh t'hung, f^ Pl ^M ^ 
yaou ke6 t'hung lang, ^^ 
kwei yaou. 

LuMRKR, ^^ 8an mfih, 

. ^ chiing ho. 

Luminary, 9f Vu >c1 ^ 
fa kwang che wtth ; the lumi- 
naries of heaven, ^1^ ^ t'heen 
seang. 

Lumtvous, ^ Q3 chang 
™"gi ^ RH kwane mtng, 5fe 
^ kwane leang, y^ jj^ ch5 

bwang kw&Dg, fj^pS 'cl"^^" 




r 



um 



811 




^ng,^ hwan, jg hwan, jQ 

chc, m chcn, Ifl hcabu, 

heiien, H^ boo, ^ hwan, 

^ liwuy, ^ hwuy, ^ kcaou, 

j^ jf^yeo yi-n, 1^ ifj ^ 
fch mh j&n, :^ J: kiP^ king ; 
t luiniiiotis style, ^ |^ wan 
pin^; aluminous commentary, 

Lump, ff^ k'hwae, jg pcTh 

^Iflh, J^Y P'^^i A lump of 

earth, — ^^ i y^h k'hwae 

lliob; to lump together, ^ 

^ pnou kw5; taken in the 

lump, ^ ^ ta keaou ; the 

kart is a lump of flesh, <ti^ 75 

^ sin nae juh twan ; to 

bnn into lumps, ^ ^ ching 

k'hwae. 

I.rv \c y, ^p ^E ^" kwang, 

LCNAR, II ^ ^^ Shuh yU": 

tdh ; lunar mansions, ^ ^ 
8ze shay. 

Lunatic, j^ |^ fung teen. 

LnNCH, 115 /J^> te^n sin, 
Is, ^ kwb woo, Uj^ leen, ^ 
ke. 

LuN-os, 8l|f fei, ^ J^ fei 
foo, ^R fei ; lungs and liver, 
B$ ^ f«i Chang, J^ ^ fei 
kan. 

LracB, ^ ^ k'hob nabn; 
to be laft iu the lurch, ^ ^ 




LU8 



1^ lew tsa^ nan chung. 
LuRciiRB.m;^ leS k'eu-n 
Lure, ^^ k'heuen t'ar'^u. 
To LURK, to lie in wait, ]|| 
{f^ mad fuh ; to lurk aliout, 
igi^tbwUwjto hid*^, ^ 
PS chwang nelh, |^ ^ yin 
iielh. 

LrRKINO-PLACB, mt ^^ 

2l ft^ cliwaugnelh che ch*oo. 

^ ^ tsth wo, |g ;i; tsc« 

wo. 

liUSCfOus, ^ pf shin 

•fan, W flS^ 1^ y*^^ ^«n 
we telh. 

Lust, ^ yuh, Q sTh, ^^ 

ytn. If: m «h6 yo, ;^ ^ 

yuh sze, ^ ^ sze yuh. ^ 
haou ; the fire of lust, ^gjj )^ 
ynh ho;the lust of other things, 
!fl^ t;^ wuh ynh ; burning 

i"»t,' B 1: {*^ l£ yah « 

che shing ; lust is a poison- 
ous dru?,^^^^||-tfc 
t'han yln chay, tuh y6 yay ; 
to satisfy lust, ^^^ 
tsuh e kung yuh. 

To i,usT, after, ^ she, _ 
yfih, ^ t'han, -^ ^^ t'han 
t'haou 

Lustful. ^^ keen ; lust- 
ful desires, j^^ t?a sTh yuh; 
▼cry lustful, JIJ ife i& ^ 
haou tth kw6 too. 
^ Lustre, l^^heenyfing, 
1^ ^ hwuy kwang, ^ seth, 





LUX 



813 



LYR 



jifl yiih, tSc yuli ; the lustre of 
the moon, ^ fl3 ^^* "^'^^S, 

H % y*'*^' ^''^'^S ' ^^^ lustre 
of gems, ^^ ying 



siws:, 





^ sub, ISH woo, ^ yob ; 
luxuriant rrowth, ^f^ punif 
P""gi ^ 3f i»ang tsang, 



8i"gi ^ y^"^» 3^ le^h» ^I^SR ^ o « ; luxuriant foliage, 




tsuy tsan, ^ ^ (in pin, 
Ian ; the lustre of the eyes, Qgg 
ling. 

liURTY. flE Tpb fei chwansf, 
^^ fei pan^', j^ ^ hubu 
han. 

LuTF, ^p k'htn ; harp and 
lute, ^ ^ k'btn seTti. 

Lutestring, ^3 l^^iien. 

LUXURIANCE, ^^ ^^ gae 

^«y^ H ?»« 



LuxiTRTANT, ]^ ^ m'>w I ^ ^ ^ y^^n yhn tsan t^^an. 
shtng, ^^ W06 m w, ^' Luxurv. ggyu; pride and 
^ hwansT hwa, ^ »^ fuh luxury, 1^ ^^k< aoo 13. 
Wh, 1^ ^ ne n^ ^ ^ mo Lychnis,^ ^ low tsaa ; 
in5 ^ ^ hwansr hwan^, ^ lyclmis coronata, i^ §§ A» 



^ tseen meon ; luxuriatit 
plants, ^ Che, ^ shwan^r ; 
luxuriant branches, ^ |^ 
foosoo; luxuriant grain, £3p 
e» ^ e, ^ e, 1^ g fan 
ch'hang. ^ gnae : millet grow- 
ing luxuriantly m^ yu yu. 

Luxurious, ^^ tan, 
yen ; luxtiriant eas.-^, fgj 
yew yow, j^ yin, ^ j^ yia 
yTh ; luxurious foastjng) ^C 





H V" yA, :^ 3t hwani/ gae, 
T^^frth fiih, ^ ^ n^ 

yaou, =p tseen, ^ wan^ 
wei, ^ fiing, ]^ mbw, 
chow ; luxuriant herbaare, »Q 
j9^ cban/ mow, ^ D^ fuiii? 
>ng, II Jfefan woo, ^^ 
sow now, ^ ^ tsanor tsoug. 

M ^ « ^ jt ^^" ^ chanor. 
# Chung, P l3| e h^. 1^ 
e,S^ gan, ^jaiii?, ^^ jerr, 

wod,^ seu, W""&flJ?^"-« 




me 



yu msijin. 

LvrOPODItTM, j|fe TO '^ P^t 

i^ :fe sze manor. AJ^ ;^ 
wan ne^n sung, ^ fj^ keuen 
plh. 

Lying, on the back, ]§ j^ 
yon yaog. 

Lting^ talk. gE kwang, |^ 
wei t^4z^,, fip^ ||g chfth wei; 
lying, fnifostiions, ^^ ^ cha 
yu^^ii. 

Lying-in, woman, g| j^ 
san foo. 

Lyre, ?^ seft, "ll^^ 
tseih heudn k'htrt. 




813 
M 



Macao, J$ P5 P*^" "'^"^ ' '^^ M^cnrAXE, ^y§ chca 
aaiiMiay caUed, 'M ^M ^^» Uc i§ J'" '*^^- 
bmkinggaoii. Mau, |^ ^ leeo kwane, 

MACi^endi^n ol aiithorky.! Ix^ k«aou Kwaog. ft; 3^ 
^ hwiih, ^ kwei, fg ^j '^^^iig kcjh, fg J^E chaog 
[an hw&ti ; ihe marc iiu'lo:«iog | kwan^, ^ ^ fung kwan?, 

the naunegg, ^ ^ ?C ^^ W S f""? *^«^» ^^ "^ 
kliow liwa, ^ ^ ^ tow ^wingchg, |(|ieen, ^ teea, 
k1i6wiii5; the teinh part of Mle, ^^ • hin, f^ chhang, 
of tn ounce, — ^ yth tscen. : |^ hwuh. \^ f'ban, jj^ chnb, 
HACcR.H^fileth. iij^ heuh. j^ huan?. {j^ 

ToMACEKATK. ^j^gan, ^huaiisr; a mad doe. j|^ ^ 
chiD, ^ gow, ^ uin. j»g slh, I fiiii? kbw. ^ '.-c, ^ k?.% fe 
tf Uiii, ^^ »ow, gl kia, '^ j :f<; kwanij k'hmin. ^ :^ 
iseNi; to macerate thoroughly, ! ch- k'heuen. ^ ts o ||^ ch'he, 
£ M «^^ •»"» 5^ ^ «o^ ' ^ >'***"' ^ ch he, 



flmte in fall, ^ eh hang. 

ke.H- Jl keUih, r ^' 
kvei ke. 





kr kbw ; to become mad. 
JIK fi tnen : a m:id barking, 
^l^kwangfei; maddeaed, 
tH ^/^keaoule 

' Mmmm, >C A t'hae tlia-. 





Deang 



a Btwid, ^ ^ k4-3 »»3e ; ma- ' n an.', 3lp f^ koo yay. 
ehiiiery for drying wheat, f^ Maddkr, fs, ^tA h-«?, 
:fi ling seiieii ; iniricate ma- 11£ sow ; a species of do. f*]^ 
eWnery, ij^ J5 "^^ k'lieabu, tan sao. 
II ^ ke kwft, :ft H ke fa. Mad ly, |g S ^ ch'ang 

MA«K.*aBi.,gtt ^»<=*'« y"' kwangjen,^ II chow Chang. 
jgtsiiKf. I MAD.MAN. iB K kwang 

M4CRivTr-ii». cloth, ^.j'n. ^ »iS» A "hih »»" J'". 

PI cbeu ihuh kelhse k'hb e.\ M^D!.E8 8, fR^ ''*»'il5 



MAG 



814 



MAG 



ieaou ; to ft:ign madness^ ^ 
^ yang kwaiig. 

Madrkpborb, 3|^3^ '*"S 
kan, y^ '^ fow 8h!h. 

Maoazinr, P^ k'hoo, ^ 
^ tsan fang, ^ l£ paou 
chwang. 

Maggot, i^ tse tsaou. 

Magic, ^^ woo e : ma- 
pic arts j^ ^pf y««" «h(Sh, 
2^'^ J^ ^ yaou kwac 
chcsze, f|f -^I sSay shfili, 'J^ 
^fa shiih,)^ jifyinrhcii, 
^tj^ woo shall, il fli ftn 
hwa,jj^^"3y«ou fan,^ § 
shiih 4, f^«f ^ 8lmh 8o6 ; ma- 
gic arts of the Tnou sect, J^ 
slie kea>! ; niasric lantern, 

hwa king. 

MNG!CiAN,^heIh,#f i 

8huh»z4, jj^ \yaonjin, ^ 

^E^fl^t y" «^y 

md 8{'ang keuou chay. 

Magistkrial, *^^kwan 
yRnjgr ; magisterial authority, 
^ ^^ kwan hca ,' magisteri. 
al influence, *|g ^ kwan 

she. 

M\oi8TRATE, jy J^ kwnn 

fob,^;^ kw^ 1^ "^ i 

kwnn yuen, H '^ l^^^" 
chang, Jt ^, shang been ; 
anciently called ^ ^>r jtn 
miih, 2lp \ chiin jin ; a local 
magistrate, itfe 5^ B* ^ ^^"8 




kwan,^^yiht8a^,5^*|f 
tsae kwan ; an upright magis- 
trate, ^ ^ seun^ ie, ^ '^ 
leen kwan ; a corrupt magis- 
^"^ate, f§ 1^ woo U, ^ ^ 
Ian kwan; an avaricious do. 
'^ '^ t'han kwan ; the ma- 
iristrate of one's own district, 

Hi lP5 B '^^ ^^ kwan ; a 
nia^jidtrate of a prefecture, ^ 
Jjg- die fob, )pf I^ fob tsun 
do. of a district, ^ J8^ chc 
hecn, 5^33 heen chob . an 
iissistant magistrate, '^ ^ 
tso tang, :^ ^ yew tang, ^^ 
iijungt'hing, ^ "? t'hing 
J8z?5 ; a magistrate's oflice, ^^ 
f^ yay mun, ^ f^ yu^,n 
mt'in ; to petition a madstrate, 
:^ B Iff P*" ^^wan fob ; to go 
before a magislrate, ff ^ ^ 
ta kwan sze ; the title of a ma- 
gistrate, fll ^jfnheen, ^ 
^ hcen taS, ^ ^ labu 
yay. 

Magwanimity,^ ]^htii 
tan ; thorough magnanimity, 

Magnanimous. j^ *JU 

fH k'hwan jin, ^ ^ k'wan 
yO, 1^ k'hwuy, ^ ^ k'wan 
yiing. X ^ ta leang. 

Magnatb, :^ X ta jin, 

Magnet. H ;g ne« shib, 



XiH 



815 



MAI 




hedk tlieS thlh. 

Haonkvism, ^ l^'be, f^ 
^ #2lS seaiig lieih che k'he. 

HiGftincsNT, ^ ^ t&ng 

J» leg, {9 kwel, i|[roo. 

Ta MAGNiPT, and extol, ^^ _ 
JZ k'hwa ta, ^ :;f; piibu ta ; 
to magnify one'» prioce, J^ 
7^ ^^ pa2>u ta kd keiin ; to 
magnify anything, ^ :^ 
favang cbe ; to magnify one's- 

fixe ta, ^ peen ; to praise, ^ 
J^ ch'hiiig tidng, ^f ^jg tsan 
mel; to esteem, ^2 ^^^^ 
chdflig, Ji|p 2 tBtm ehting ; to 
JAcfftMBa the bulk of anything, 
;^)J^taohe; to increase its 
appsnmt size, ^S^^J^^ 
she k^n wsl ta. 

Haqnolia, purpnrpa, ^ 
Jfl^sui&hwa,.^!! Bin 
^1 ^ TH Bine; wild do. j^ 
H l^w loo ; magnolia fuecata, 
^ 0^ i^ han sea'^u hwa ; 
magnolia yulan, ^E SH y^^ 
l^n ; magnolia pumila, >^ '^ 
fQ yay h6 hwa. 

Magpie, ^ ^ h?» tseS, 1^ 

^ kan tse5, A S l*a ko, 6)| 

keu kiih, |f| ^s| keu kiih, 

^^ 1^1 p5€ pe6 ; wild do. |^ 

ted, 1^ M ^u '*^- 
Hahommbd, ff ^ Ht 








m&h han mTh tth. 

MahommedavisMj [S] [JH 
_ ^ hwdy hWuy keaou ; Ma- 
hommedan, [g] ^ hw&y mln. 
IXacvdhu, the country 
where Buddha was born,]^ 
jl^ 1^ ^ nid k€e tl kwd. 

Maid, a young woman, _^ 

tOng iiyu, TJt 5£» '^y^ '^^'^t 

j^ kwei nyu, ^ j(g koo 

neang ; a virgin, ^ ^ kwe* 

ch'ho6 nyi^ ; a maid servant^ 

8ze ; a maid of honour, y^ 3^ 
nyu Shi, y^ yit'hdw,:^ 
jjjpnytipei. 

Maiden hair, >f| ::^ iE 
shlh chaug sang, ||[ 
fungwel ts'habu, ^ 
bYli kwQh man<r. 

Majbstic, ^^I| wci le^, 
MM, ISc let$, gjjffif wei' yen, 

S ft 9&n y^'^.W- ^^"' ^ 

lelh, ^ woo, ^ mfih, j|||^ 
k'hin, ^ pelh, ^ ^ t&ng 
tang. 

Majesty, j^^^ wei' she, 
^ J^ wei fung ; majesty and 
severity, ]^ ^ wef yen ; your 
majesty, |§ ^ |^ wan suy 
y^yj IM 'P pe hea ; bis ma- 
.ies^y, ^ J: hwang shang,^ 
^ ken kung. 

Mail, letter bag, ^ j^ ^ 
loo Bin \.iw, ; rofit of niiiil.l^ 




G 



HAl 



816 



MAK 





^ k'hae 



kea ch6w, 
kea. 

To MAIM, jj^ eha, f^ Bhansr; 
maimed, ^ g^ tsan t8<5lh, j|^ 
1^ fef tselh, :^ ft i5 fl4| 
yew k'hwei keu^ telh. 

Main, the ocean^^^yang 

*^«*i ^ i# hung yun?- 

Main, principal, ]£ chfng ; 
the main object, ^ ^ ta che ; 
the main thinf , }f( pun, >|^ 
^ kan pun ; main . strength, 
^ //kin leih, ^ y/leu IcXh, 
Q /Jf leu lelh ; the main 
beam of a house, i^ tung ; 
main land, ^ /^chung yuSn. 

To M AIKTAIN, ^ show, ^ 

ch6, S^^ chXh show, J^ keii, 
^ keu show ; to support, 
yang ; to maintain one's 
own opinions,^^3§t cht i, ^ 
^ H H.koo chlh ki ^ ; to 
maintain obedience, ^|)gchg 
sfin ; to maintain possession 
of, 2b ^ ya show ; to main- 
lain till death, j[g ^ sz^ 
shbw ; to maintain firmly, ^ 
4^ ^ show till cho6. % ^ 
nhow ting, 3§ ^^^1 ^^ kung 
^ ^ koo show ; to maintain 
the laws, ^ ^ chih fa ; to 
maintain right principles, ^^ 
^ ping e, ^ ^ tsun sin ; to 
maintain proper conduct, ^^ 
^ ch^ shin ; to maintain chas- 
"^/i ^"^ «hbw chin, ^ Hi 




tsaou tsee-; to maintain a regi* 
men, ^ P keae k'hbw ; ia 
maintain one's-self by integri- 
ty, jif ^ fod e ; to maintaiii 
idle fellows, ^ ^ S| yang 
heSn ban. 
Major, ^ ^ show pei. 

MAJOR-GRIVERAL,|^^h85 

ling, j^ ^ keun heS. 
Maize, ^^ ^ chin choo 

siih m^, 3i ^^ yuh shiih le 
To MAKE, lie ^8«^ou, ^ U6, 

Ji5wrf,^ylng, ftg^cw 

t8», mv^ ^^^ ts6, 10 5^ 

chwang Ua6u,|^ chwang, JJj 
p^, ^ seun, ^ chuen, ^ p&h; 
to make away with, vffi 
show shth ; to make up,i^ ^^^ 
chaou tsiib, |^ jg; pob chi ; to 
make up a deficiency, gB pef, 
^ItPl^^l^ang, ggppef 

poo, mmv^^ ^^«i ' 

pob keuS ; to make up the dif- 
ference, ^ ^ ^1^ pob yin 
shwuy, i%^Wi ^ ^6n 
hwan k'hwei k'hung ; to make 
known, m ^Ij thung che, ^ 
^ choo shiih, ^ ff kaou 
soo ; to make light of, ^ ^ 
^ '^, ^ @ i^'han k'hing,^ 
^ ya hwiih, %.^ hwuh lg5, 
^^ k^hing hwuh, fi e, ^ 
e, xfL f^n \ ^ make amends, 
5^ fP che tsuy : to make ma- 
nifest, H fa, «% ke6, ^ B^ 




F 



Mil 



817 



HAL 




ndce a noise, JK S>^u, 
F»Wi ?^ SS chaou^oabo ; to 
■dm game of, 19 



( 



to make a circuit, ^ sefin, |||j| 
pSea ; to make a bed, ffg poo . 





^^ ,^ ^ , tun shbw pae ; lo 
make a dieturbance, ^ ^ 
keebn jabo ; to make a disturb- 
ance where there is no occa- 

kli^ fiiDSf p*ho ; to make peace) 
ft^Ua»gh^i[r^k'euen 

U; to make baste, ^ l^ 
Vhmni k'hwae, ^ ^ k'hwa^ 
tStj ; to make haste as alarm- 

^> IS ^ J^S 7^^ '» ^ °^^^^ 
a memorandum, ^ ^ ke sz^, 

n JBJ kTiae le«, gg % k'^ 
tan ; to make up a match, |^ 
^ kee ts'hin ; to make out a 
suiement, ^ j@ ^eu td ; to 
make an end of, ^ $ kabu 
»*«f T M leabu keuh ; make 
off with yourself, ^ ff^ ^ 
f§ kwan n^ loo pa ; to make 
ah insurrection, f^ ^L tsS 
Iwan ; to make a draught, ^ 
*m6 ; to make firm, 'XL ^ l^^^ 
ting ; to make fun, j^ neaou; 
to make up a story, ^ nee ; 
to nutke satisfaction for a 

saflfeient to make satisfaction, 



yay yu, J to make ashamed, 

j||^h£he5,|^ 1^ k'hwci I sed ; to make public, _^ 

MuSa ; to make clothes, §^ ^ | shing chang ; to make an en- 
finge ; to make obeisance, f^j tertainment, ^ ]^ ah^ selh ; 
Mngji, T? ^ hea pae, { to make up one's mind, ^iC^ 
" '' ching sin ; to make enquiries 

"^^^ ^ W ka6u tsfin, ^ 
^ wan h6w ; to make a bow 

^||ts5yTh,^e;tomake 

^«3 "^5^7^ ^k«;tomake 
mouths, B^ p'he ; to make up 
an amount, ^ che, ^ san ; 
to make a display,^ jj^ 
chang yang ; to make the mind 
®^7> ]0C 'l3 fang^sin ; to make 
signs, S? hwuy, ^ S ch^^ 
hwuy ; to make weight, ^ ?^ 
ta tsuy ; to make signals, ^ 
^ p'heaou kd, ^ sha ; to 
make the hard soft, |^ ^ ^ 
^ tsuy gnang we! jdw ; to 
make even.^^Idng ping, 
chfng ; to make trouble,^ 
sang sze ; to make shoes. 
^ pang heaS ; to make versesi 
f^ pp tso she ; to make a 
comparison,^ p^h^, |;[j pfe. 

Makbr, ^ ^ tsaou chay ; 
C reator, f^ '(t ^ tsaou h wa 
chob. 

MA.LAccA,7^f l] jjtt mwan 
la kea, Mf^^aA Iflh kea, 




JUh 



818 






eoiitrncted into >*¥ i^ kSS te. Uba haoo, ^^bewg g$,^ 
Malachite, ^j^sbihUh, ^ kce haogj a malevoleot 







3^ Ifih. 

Mala dy, ^ ^ ping cbiog, 

. ^ ping tselb 

Malaxis, ^ Tn m ^ 

shTb Ian, Wsl ^^^^g fao, 
9clh so, 1^ haou. 
Ma^, person, ^ A "a]J 
J'D| ^ ^ nan tszb, 
kan tsze ; the male of birds, 
h^ung ; do. of quadrupeds^ ^ 
kung, ^ mow, 1^ pei. # 
poo ; the male principle of na- 
ture, ^ yang ; male and fe- 

l^een kwan, ^[^ pin, ij^: mbw, 
jyi^tszeheang,I^g|Fy^n 
yang, |i^|{ ^ kang jow ; male 
Iiemp, ifil t^ mbw ma ; the 



di8positioD,j|j^/|^li6 sin, j^ 
iJiji heung sin, ^ nQi g5 sin, 
>^f:l ;^ •C?^* jIn che 8iii| 
^ IP] #6 B k'hth p6 sia 
chang, •to^^®*" puhbabu 
Maucb, S*R yueiihSn, 

Hie g6«, :?;#:! P«» 

shen l^ng. 

Malicious, 7]S i'«»« 8^» 
^ f^ t'heaou cha ; a malici- 
ous mind, j£^]^«ua bee^ 9tE 
/J$ shay sin, § 4l> tfih sin, 

^iCigOBin. 

Malignant, 3|^ sit P^ 
habu, 7] j^ t'heaou yiifep, /J 
^ t'heaou go; R malignant 
star, ^ S heung stag ; a ma» 
lignant demon, ^ch'he ; naa^ 






insle or seedless bramble, i^ j lignity, US} ^ heung g5, 9 
^ mow king ; the male pan /^ ^ ^ haa jtn teih sz^. 
of a lock, ^mbw. Mallabp, a wild duck, ^ 

B(aLBCONTE9T, ^ ^ Jjff^ 
p&h h^ hwan. 

Malediction, QCJjffl chow 
*>«o> ^ A ;<^ ^ ma jin che 
yu. 

Malrpactor, 4q \, ftn 
jin, ^ A yaou jln, p 
tsdy jln, ^ IB tsiiy fin, ._ 
|Bg6fan, eB3£^&ofi 
chay. 

Malevolent, ^^l^^ sio, 

k W8^ IS ffifv ^'^^ tseaou, ^ |^ 




foo woo. ^ 

Malleable iron, |^ jow. 

Mallet, M ^^"y* ^ 
muh chuy, S *^» j^ 
chung kwei, fr]^ lae, |^ td(h^ 
;fi^ chub, J(t*^W6( ; the head 
of a mallet,^ ch'hin, if^chth 

Mallows,^ kweC ; wHd 
mallows, f$ 3^ kin kwef, ^ 
ki^ang ; marsh mallows, ^ 
foo yflng, ^ k'hin, ^apl hd 
hwa, ^. @ ban tan,|By kvei; 
^deo maUowPi ^ ^ obiik 



l yi^ 



819 






kwi.H'kScn*; white do. ^ 
Ig ^ plh shuh kwei ; thorny 

njnler mallowsy ^ ^ ^ 
tuogkwei tszi. 
Malt, $ ^ m* yly. 

To MALTREAT, ^iiH tsadu 

Mamma, X^ xI^ ma ma. 

Mammon, J^ S J^ ^ 
tiag pih che 0bin, fj^ jjjf Uae 
shiD. 

Mah, \ jin, HJ[J lang, ^ 

Hjiii wiih, A^jm k^a, X 

jta ting ; a male person, 
A oao jtn, A ^ nan 
t0s));immen, /t^A finjtn, 
» A chdng j)n ; every roan, 
X A- j'^n jin, ^ A ko jin, 

jj^ A haba jin ; an honest 
man, ^ A 'eang jin ; a moral 

man, ^ A ^'^^^ J*'* J * S'**^ 
man, ;^ A ^ J*" » ^ superior 
man, f^ -^^ keun tsz^ ; a bad 

man, 7^ A ^^" ^^° * ^ "^^ 
man, 

It 



chwan ; a num of war's aum 
^•1% shwuy sze; there b 
none like unto this man, |j| 

lang cbay ; a mau and woman, 

— 1^""^^ y* ^^ 7^^ "yfjf 

a correct man, yp 8y Achmg 

king jin, jE id m\ ^^<^S 
p'bai teih jin ; an incorrect 
man, ^ # 1^ ^ #& \ 
wel fei tfld tae ie!h jin ; the 
men of the world, fs A '^^ 
jin. 

MAifACLE, ^ ^^ shbw 
leaou,:^ t^ <^l^ib kuh, ^ 
hca^ 3^3 ch'hbw, ^ kung, 
chow ; a manacled hand, 
kung. 

To MANAGE, ^ ^ chang 

le, 3E §^chob chang, ^ ]^ 

kwan.le, i^ ^ lea'^u le, 3g 

5§ chob chang, ^ 9^ ch'hoo 

<^h^> ^ leaou, ^ i^ 8h£ \h, 
'^ chob chS, ^ pjK chang 

Id, 1^ M ^^aqu ch'ho6, 





,^ lung, ^ pan, ^E choo, 

-^A fookwci jin, sze, ^king, j^ leaou, X^ 
isad chob ; a |X)or man, tiiNn, jj^ lo, ^^, luy, j|^ p5, 




It A i«» ^. H^ 5;^<^^i M chin, US is king cbfi,^ jHI 

j^i ; (to pld man, :^ A ^ f sew, ^ t^habu ; to manaire 
labu jin kea ; a man of talent, business, ^ $ pan sze, ^ 
^^-^ k nSng kan Che ^ ch'hoo 9Z^, ^ ^ km 
jin ; a man of pleasure, 3C Sc j sz^ ; to mmiage an aflair, |g 
^ gpan 15 kung ; a man of ^ ^hlb 92^, ^ sif^ chTh eze, 
war, 4^|Q[ ping chwan, ^^ ^chihsz^, ^ ^l^ ^ 
IB eh4a chwan. glplfif izej •zj,Sl ^«« li, Sf ^ 





HAir 



820 



KAN 



H^ pan le sze woo ; to manage 
the affairs of governinsnt, t^Q 

i6tchschrng,|| ^ -f 




}rueQ yansf ; mandarin orange, 

5^ fi^ IS "^^^^ s'^a Jf^ih. 
^^ ^, .^. ^^ . ,^1 Mandate, ^ -^ chlh 

^ ling t'heen hea kw5 kea : mfng ; imperial will, ^ -j^ 
to manage a household, y^ ^ I chth^chft,;^ fJT chlh y^mg, 

1^ ^ shfng joo, ^ ^ 
hwang mfng, ^ 1i^ k'hin 
ni»n^,M e^ shfng ch^. 

Mawdrake, ^ ^ k'ho6 
chth. 

"^ k'hclb. 



ch6 kc'a, ^ ^ tang shih ; to 
manage one's own family 
well,#SE^8h(5nlfeke 
kea ; to manage a horse, j^^ 
fob yu, fSji J^ yu ma ; let me 

manage it, Jt "T* ^B^ ^ P® 
y& tsing che ; to manage a net, 

^ ^ leaou kob. 

Manageable, ^ J^ §^ 
^ chS telh. 

Mavagemevt, ^I gl^chS 
too. 

Manager, SI ^ I^^ A 
I^ szd che jin, "^ ^ sze 
chang. 




Manchow, Tartar, ^^ W 
A mwan chow j!n, jj^'^ \ 
k& hea jln ; the Mancliow lan- 
jB"a?e,^^tsingyfi; the Man- 
chow character, J^ ^ teing 
Wan. 

MandaRjK, 'IP ]j^ kwan 
fob, Jh ^ shang hecn ; all 
the civil and military manda- 
rins, A ^ W ^ wan woo 
plh kwan ; a corrupt mandarin, 
2^1^^^ Ian kwan woo 
1^ ; an avaricious do.^ ^ ^ 
t'han chang kwan ; the man- 
darin dialect, ^ *^ kwan 
hwa ; mandarin ducks, ^ ^ 



^ tsung. 






To man DUG ate, 
n^ kelh, ^ shrh. 
Mane, ofja horse, ]^ tsung, 

^^n?) ^ ^E 1^ kwan. 
Manes, ^ h wan, jl^ wef, 

•tef P^*^' ^ P* J '^^n^* of the 
dead, ^ koo. 

Manful, |^ |^ kang tf, 

tang tang. 

Mange, i;^ ^ ta }ang^ 
lai chang. 

Manger, ^ jf^ ma Isadu, 
^sfih. 

To MANGLE, ^ tsan, 1^ 
Ifih ; to kill and mangle, ^ 
%*sha luh ; to mangle a corpse , 
fijMla8h^,i^^lQhshe; 
to kill the living and mangle 
the dead, ^^ ^ Jg bU 
sang luh sze ; a manglinsr 
stone used hy calenders, ^ 

sh^n, ?fj llJ 5 sh^n po6 
shlh.- . 

Mango, fruit, t^ JK "oang 



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^wlSfe'"*^°2 ''wo; afra-' pcaou mlng, |£tob, fl^ 

put kind, ^ £ hean^ mang ; been ta ; nianifeai retribution, 
d» mango bird, ^ J^ bwang ^ ^ bSen paoo. 

'■i S 7^"?i i^ 1^ ^^"S Manifbst of a vemel, ]£ 
jjfc H JS hwang ylng, || $ chfng »an, ^ Jj^ chwan 
f hwangjang,f|Rhv ang ptii, m ^ ^ M ^hwan 
]« I mango stone, ^ ^ >^ leYh pe clia6u ; a manifest gene- 
■i Dabu slilli. 

MiifHooD, Tfi; ^ chang 
B060, Jj^ "J^ chlng ting ; not 
jet arrived at manhood, j^ 

^ J5\ "J" ^^ ^'^^^ chlng ting. 
Maniac, |@ ^ A ^^en 
hriogjln. 

Makipest, 3^ ^ been 
"tog, jfe ^ kwaug been, ^ 
99 diaou mlng, f| H fi 
[|«^ ^ ^ to'hi..g u'ho6, 

cboo ; manifest as the sun at 

»^'» •'•y, 8^ iin ^ 

cbaoo jod t'been jih. 
To MANIFEST, ^^peaou 

W tS-n ch6, ^ ^ been 

^*^» 5fe »l^ kwang been, |^ 
P«h, ^ seun, 7|C she, P 
joo, ^ k'be, ^ seu.n, 



rally, ^peaou. 

Manifestly, ^ ^ been 
j^n, 'j^ ^ fun mlng; there is 
manifestly some pillage of the 
public money, .^ ^^ ^ ^ 
been yeW tsin tadu. 

Manifesto, ^ ^^ ka6u 
she. 

Manifold, ^jpR ^ yaoff» 
::^— puh yth,^ 1^ yaftg 
yangi ^il habu ke yang, 
^ ^ ^^ to pel tclh. 

Manilla, /J>g ^seabu 

led Sling ; Manilla duck, ^5S 

shiih yub. 

Manis, ^ J4 ^ cb'buen 

san kea, ^ ^ line le. 

Manna, ^S^kan I06 

meTh. 

Mankind, A^ J'" '^Xi 
A SR jin cbsin^. "^ A ^^^ 
jin ; all mankind, ^ ^ cbiini? 
sang, IP ^ keun sang, |^ 
1ft keu she, #^ T A 
broad, ^ ffi peabu cb'biih ; P'hoo t'been hea jin,— *^)|R 



^ ylb ts'hee clitSng sang. 

Manly, ^U A J^^ V^l 
a manly person, ^ f^ ying 
beung. 




cfcang^iiPcban, ^ 
lgn,^h!ng,^c ^, _ 
^ cb en mlng ; to manirest a- 



to manifest merit, 1^ 3^ chan 
konif ; manifestt^d gloriously, 

k; manifested plainly, ^ B^ 



MAN 



822 



iiAJS 



Manner, w ^ y'm? isz\ 

^^hbi, ^ sYb ; in what uiaoner? 
^^^^[tsalifi: mo yang ; this 

manner, ^ ^ 'hay yang ; a 
Billy manner, ^ gg ch'he 
t'had ; the matincrs of a person^ 
^ f5^ p'l.Uih'ing, X ^jln 

hlngyDng,^ ilS ^h uh; a\r 
pi^arance, ?^ ^yunt? maou, 

^ ^hiii;,' yuiig, f^ chen, 
^^S; n)ann rs and customs 
EiSfungsuh, itf-f^shi 

C'uh' ^ ^ l^^er keii, ^ ^ 
kwei rao6 ; & person's particular 
manfter, X ^l^^ JKJ^" ^^^ 

k'ha to6> ^ ;J|Q[ k'be p'lia^, 

fnannet» ot politeness, ^ 
le ma6u ; mannerly, ^ |^ 
US ^ y w le meou telh ; all 
manner, ^ ^ choo pwaii. 
Mamnik(N f ^J"^ J^ seabu 

j»"' ^ A y^^ i^^' 

Manor, jjfe jt i^. t'hob, W 
^tecn ttS, j£ chwang; lord 
of the manor, f (^ "^ t< chob. 

Makston, }j5f fob, ^ 
« tslh, ^ ig kea tsTh, ^ 

^"ft B y"^"» <^ ^ '^^* 

«hay, tP^-^ sze shay, ^ f& 
choo wef ,-a splendid mansion, 

M j@| ^^^ hwae ; a lofty 
mansion, f^ ^ wae wae > 
a mansion for the stars, ^ 



tsze ; one of the mansions 
among the stars, gQ j% shih 
chin ; a lunar mansion, ^^ 
^ t8z6 shiy. 

Mantle, ^ ^^K t'ha6u a, 
^^ ^ wae t'haou, ^ pwaow 

MaittkI, praying, ^ ^fft 
chung Bze, j^ J^ tang lang. 

Manual, labour, ^p H 
show kung. 

Manual, small book, ^^ 
]^ sew chin. 

Mahupactory, fp td5; a 
hat manufactory, fl^ |^ maoH 
ts6 ; do. of swords, Jj f^ 
iaou ts5. 

ITO MANUFACfURB, |^ J^ 

chi tsaou, 3§f^ tsaou ts6. 

Manu^acturbr, ^ J^ 
tdeangjirt, iC SlUkung sze. 

MA!<^uMirf , ;l|ij III fang ch^ilh 
i^ >Si( sl^^t^ fang . to manuniit 
a slave, ]^ J^':^ Jtj "^ 
lang noo tsaS ch'hfih shin, 

*|EEQ^ fiingk'hrf 
jin e tsze chob. 

Manure, ^^ fun, f9^ sh^, 
^sh^; a manure piti^^ 
ft5nk'hang;to apply manur^i 

To MANvtiR, 1^ cb6w, JK 
pel, 1^ yung jj + Wo fhob, 
^haou,T;jRg B3 hSa 
pef tsag teen, ^ |^ K^ ^^Q 
teen mbw. 

Manuscript, ^ jfCshbH 




*-f 



ius 



623 



KAR 




pto, # 6ft ^ **^" ^^^ 
iboo. 

Many, ^ to, |§ ^ clioo 
to, j^J chiing, J^ slioo, ^ ^ 

Inching chinsc. Ill chin^ 
fcw.l^fun, ^ fun.H ho, 
l^jung, % kew. || kwan, 
DJ] 1.111. ^ kow, ^ chen, |S 
k'hc, ^ ka N 1^ sQh, ^leaou. 

fin, ^ woo, K^^ " chill 
cbunz ; very many, gf -^ hcu 

bleaaingg, ^|® wan fuh ; ma- 
ny waters,^ ^% heuh t'ha : 
not many years, ^ gj ^ 
pCli 800 De^n, ^ ^ ^ P"h 
Co necn ; many years, ^J ^p 
iselh neen ; many thanks, ^ 
l^to seay, ^ ^ to munsf, 
^ pci ; many changes, ji^ ^ 
seth to peen ; how many 
^ ke to, ^ ^ ke ho i 
the mother of r«iany children, 
iL ^ "^ ^^w tsze moo : 
many days, ^ ^ jth kew, 
ffl^jlhto: H'J^J^h Chang, 
many times, ||§ ^ lay tsze, 
/Jf to Isze : not many, yfs 
puh to, :^p^y:.w heen. 
Many-colour KD, ^£ @ 
woo 8lh, ^ S k6 8lh. 





Map, I^ fflt^ to3, ^ ]|| 
te le to^Vm >ah, ^ H 

M^^y^ ^^^ ^'"g ; a map 
of China, )^ @ pan tod ; a 
map of roads, ^ ^ ^ loo 
chingto^; map of the world. 
^ "K Si t been hSa too, J^fe 
^ ^ 1^ te ya tseuen to3, 
^ ^ wan kw5 too. 
Maplk tree, ^ ;^ fung 
shoo, 1^ TO ^® shoo ; maplo 
»"g*r, tH ^ 1^ fung heang 

che, ^ ^ ^ P^h keaou 
hiiang. 

To MAR, S>C ^ pac hwa^. 
Mar AVDR R, 258 ]^ kee ping 
Marblf, -^ iB ^ ta ft 
sWli: ?l! ^ hwa tblh, :fg ^ 
^ hwa jiiy shlh ; white mar- 
ble, ^ ^ pTh shih, Igf jg 
pth yuh : a marble-paved bath, 
^ ^ ^ ^ P^l> 8l»th yiih 



tang. 



Marbled, ^ "^ tsa wan ; 
marbled paper, ^ ^ kwei 
che. 

March, the 3rd month of 
the European year, @§[ *fF ^E 
fl se yang san yue. 

To march, an army, ^^ 

& hing ping, •^ gjjp po-i sze, 

fe ^ '^'ii'^ ping, ^^ .^ fa 

j pir.il, fr ^ l»^"o ^^''""n ; to 

march in order, ^ ]^ l en 

klitien : to march back an ar- 
">y) j^ b*lp pwan yze. J^ gf^ 
H 



MAB 



824 



MAR 



pan 0fise ; to march boldly for- 
ward, M &^tSt yfi«g 

wang chlh Isefin. 

Mare, ^ ]^ pia ma, f^ 
1^ pah ma, ^ ^ mob ma, 
1^ l^tsabu ma, l||^ ehay, %§ 
lin, 1^ ko. ^ Jl^ loo ma. 
Maboarite J^^chin choo 
Margik, ^ peen ; do. of 
a stream, ;^ J§ shwuy pin, 
^ ^ k'he gnau, ^ l# h6 
pwan, ^ kwei ; do. of a lake^, 

m M ^^^ F"» Wi P^^) 
shin ; margin of a shell, 

keun ; margin of a tortoise- 

shell, lj[ ^ pee keun ; (t\g 

margin of a book, ^ ^ ^ 

•hoo p&ng peen ; the upper 

margin, ^ §^ shoo t'how; 

lower do. ^ jjj^ shoo kA5. 

Marigold, French, ^ ^ 

wan show keuh. 
Marine, ^ ^ shiih hae, 
3§ ^ ^^ hafe le teth. 

Mariner,^ ISS ^ A 
b!ng chwan tefh jhi ; mariner's 





Mark, token, ^^g tMzA 

^^'^^, m IBl ^^ ^^^ ) desig- 
nation, ^ ^ mtng haou ; a 
mark in writing, ^ ^tsg^ 
hwa ; to make a mark, §^ g|[ 
hwa hwa ; a mark on the akin| 
^ wan ; a mark made on 
signing a document, ^1^ ^p 
hwa ya ; a mark for signature, 
^ fff hwa che; a private 
mark attached to a document| 
S ^ hwa ya ; a mark left 
by anything,^^ han ; marks 
of crying, "ffi ^ t^ han j 
marks of ink, ||| ^^mth han ; 
a mark to shoot at, i£ ^ 
chingkih, jEd^<^Wng teth, 
1^ nee, ^ <5hing ; marks of 
the small pox, ^ ^^^^ 
marks of divine energy, ^s£ 
shing tseth, f^ ^ shin tselh • 
a mark for a guide, ^ seiih ; 
the mark of a wound. |^ |K 
pwan han ; the marks on a 
tiger, Vj^ hew, ^ l^^oh wan; 
the marks of folding, j^ JQ 



compass,^^^]^ che nan | chow wan; marks of being 
~ * opened, #f i& |g 1^ ch8 

tilling hiiu tselh. 

To mark, tr ^ Si ^ 

tsz^ haou, S[ 1^ 1^ hwa k^ 
haou ; to mark with a style, 
H)] hwa, ^ le ; to mark and 
define, SVkwei hwa ; to 



lieu, JUg ^ 15 king ; a sailor, 
/jC -^ shwny show, "1^ ^ 
shaou tzsc, ^ ^ ahaou foo 




chwan kea. 



MarjoruMj^^uSw j^scth 

Maritime, aflairs, ^ ^ 
BV ^ shiih hae teth sz^ ; ma. 

ritinie district, ^^ iS |^ ijfej mark off Vriting, |f* ^ teen 
Imc \^eu leili tc. shoo j to mark off ground, QE 







820 



MAR 



jl^ hwS t£ ; to mark the trees 
<tf a forest in order to koow 
theroad.5|k«tian,J5t^3R 
^|j^3^ |9^ ch5 sboo che 
ivel tadu ki shih ; to mark 
the face with iiuleUbte ink, as 
a ponishmeDt, ^ king, f§ dh, 




T^sate, ^ 1^ bow taeo. 
Marriage, fjf j|{^ hwio 

yi°« i® iSfl 'j^*" y^^'MM 

hwan kow, » ^ ^ ^ kCa 
tsed che eze, f^ j^ ;^ ^ 
ke^ hwan che sze ; a marriace 
contract, f^ ^ hwan shoo ; 



SO ^een mSen ; marking- ; marriage c**renionies, ^ 4K 
line, Zp jffi chin sliinj, ?^ ; t^i ts^, ^ |5 kea le ; marriage 



J^ hwa chlh, ^ ^ tan mlh; 
a markine-box, used by car- 
pefitece, ^g ke. ^ 

Market, fff sh^, ^ |fj 

keae she, IS *^^^i T^ II ^^^ 
tlidw,if]|| yu Chang, ^ 

^ heu Chang, S 1^ ^hlien 

shi tilng ; a market every 
«fth*iy. ^,H— Iftwg 
jOi yih hen ; a market man, ^ 
5P|E mae p6n ; market price, iff 
nhi kSa ; to gfo to market, 
Ip foo slie, jl^J^ chin 
bea ; market day, ^ ^ hen 




S'Jte^ it # »^«^ ^^^'^^ 

Ipc S ehwang leen ; marriage 
portion sent before marriage, 

le; do. after marriage, j|y jBr 
been pwan : a marriage feast, 
j|^ ^ hwan yen ; do. three 
days after marriage, ||| ^ 
ovan seTh ; a marriage sedan, 
IB ^ *»^ j^« ; • D«w 

consult aboot a marriage, 
pl^ d ts'hin ; to contract 
marriage, j^ ]% ke6 tsTiin ; 
to consummate a marriage, ^ 




jTh : cannot find a market, jf^ j^ chtng hwan, )f^ ^ chlng 

II ff ^ puh nang hing ts'hin. 

fietou. Marriage ABLB, ^^2^ 

Markstable, J^ ^ ff I # "^" ^^ J^^* l^^- 
^ yfing £ hIng scnou. •j ^Marrow. ^ jgj[ kwiih suy, 



Marksmait, ^g It ^ 6^ ' # ^S8 kwfih keen say, # 
Dang shay chliog tefh. ^ ^ kwdh -ceen jfih, ^ chTh 

Marl, jHfjang. | To marry, fSi JS tfinj 



Mabltnf^spike, made of 
horn. JH h*rQy, f^ j^ ^ 
keae kee chuy. 

HAsaois, ^ h6w^ iitar-i 



hwan, 1^^ kej^ ts'hin, 
tih ; CO marry a wife, ^ 
tsed ts'hin, ^^ tseu tse, 
If H t'habu ts'hin, 1^ ^ 




MAR' 



808 



MAR 



pan t^'bio, 31 i§ tscdfoo, j^ 
Da ; tx) marry a second wife, 
^ ^ tsae tseij ; to marry a 
princess, f^ ^ 3E ^hang 
kunsr chob ; to marry at thirty, 
^ -J- /JiJ ^ san shlh yew 
slith ; to marry an espoused 











chin tsTh ; marshes and 
fens, 1^ ^ pob (e^n ; salt 
marshes, i^ loo ; marsh mias- 
ma, *]|^ ^ chaoa shth ; plants 
I'rowini? in marshy places, j^ 
seth ts'habu. 
Marsh-mallows, }pl i^ 
pth chub kwei, ^ ^ ^ 



wife afer her deaih, ._ ^^ _ 

kea shan^ : fo m«irry out a ho foo keii, ^^ shun, 
daughter, ^'^ ^ k^^ "Y" I &hun ts'ha^. 
firh, ^ ^ kwei mei, ^ it} 
kea ch'huh : to marry a second 

husband, 2k M k^^ ^'^^ IS 
Mf kanff' kea : marryincr and 

giving m marriage, }^^ ^^-^ 
tseu ; married women, ^ ^T 

foonyu, it:^ny^ch^|f 
pin ; to be married out, JlJ 3^ 
ch'huh kea, :fe ^ ta kwei I 
to be married to a husband, j^ 
^ kea foo : tlien they may bo 
married, if^^!^ f^np 
pei'tThkwo-. not yet married 

habu jtli tfize, ^ 5© ll ^e 
kw6 mfin. 

Mars, the planet, 'X ^ 
ho sing, ^^ y»ng hwo. 

Marsh. ^ tsTb, ^^L kaou, 
seTli, 1^ tsin, i^ mung, 

pe, 1^ Jm «nang hang. ^ ^ 
tseu joo, yjk'heen, ^ luh, 
j^ tsin, "3^ ^ ta yay ; marshy 
land, JS^ yen choo, |^ g| 
tsih kw6, # v)S pe shlh, j5fc 



M^BT, i^ ^ fow tTi6w, 
,1^ 5^ ma t'hnw, !g: Jtfe k'hih 

Marten, f3 teaou, ^teaou 
K^ M ^*^" ^^^o ; marten 
skin, ^S JR K ^^^ou shoo 
p'h^. 

Marti AT,. ]P^ woo, 
henng, ^ ^ ying hefing, i§ 
i^ hwan hwan, $^ j^ hwancf 
hwang, f^ ke, ^ keS, Ji J^ 
kpw k^.w, 1^ ^ keaou keaou, 
]^^ peaoii poaou^'^iiwansr, 
M kwang, )g fl^ le shTh, yj^ 
^ hwan^ hwancr. j^ been ; 
martial law, ^ >^ kea Ifng, 
5S is **^"" '^ '' ^ n)artial ap- 
pearance, Ktrar^Ir^^ •^^^w 

kew woo foo, ^ ^l^wob maou; 
martial aflairs, ^ ^ woo 8z6. 

Martin, ^ y^n. 

Martingale, ^ yatig, J^ 
4^|(jI ma ban kow. 

Martyr, l^^fji^^ 
wel tanu che miiig chay, ^ 
?EWia ^^ow szesben taou 



MU 



827 



MAS. 



^^fJ.)Ai^ -ha -bin e 
(biii?jln ; martyr to bis coiin- 

4f^ wet kw5 chit miog chay. 

ILavEL, 4^- ^ ;JS ^ be 
Hiiche e ; marvel of Peru, flH 

Marvellous, Pj "^ B^ 
klib k'h^ telh ; marvellous 
»to«», ^g IS kwaetan ; fond 
of the marvellous, i{t R ^W 
^haoukob she k'liA. 

Marvgold, '^^M w^" 
ihnw keuh. 

Masculine, iHheung, ^ 

^ kung t#-lh, 4il |3'} mow teth. 
To MASH, ^ ^ hwan tsa, 

Mask. ^pj kwel me^u, 

Mason, ?JE /K BW W ^« 
•hwuy sze fo6, jj^ ^ "^ 
iseaog ; a stone-mason, "^ |fic 
sblh tseaDg. 

Masonic, society, "^ "^g 
^ t'hi»en t» hwiiy : a masonic 

lodge, 1^ 5M ft i^'*^ '^^° ^'^''^y 

MASaUERAUK, ^ J^ '^. 

H^ h>, wan kwei iG^n, ^ % 
1^ ^ ^ tae kwel leen he 
Wan. 

Mass, a lump, || twan ; 
the mass of the people^ f >@L il^ 
yft cha6u, 5/^ ^ cha6u mln, 
^ ^ y^<^ yuin ; to ^rform 



I mass among the Buddhists, f^ 

;^ts6 tseaou, ^Jfe^^K^^ 

she shlh koo hwan ; do. a- 

mong the Roman isu, ^^ 

mfesa, mW^m n»^ ^^ 
tsdlfe,^^||;^^;J^^ 

fung tse yu t'hcen chob che 

Massacre, |^ ^ ^ too 
kftmi«,^^^shaluh. 

Missive, "J^ ta, ^ ^ 
ta chdng. 

MA8T,^we«, ^ tseang; 
mast of a ship, jjft :^ chwan 
wel ; mast of a boat, ^ leu * : 
a vessel with three masts, ^ 
^^^iM chwan san che wet: 
the mast of the oak, ^ ^ 
leTh shTh ; do. of the cypress, 
^ ^ p!h slilh. 

Masteh, 3E3 chob, 3E ^ 
choo kung; master of a family, 
^ i kr-a chob, ^ ^ tung 
^^*a, B^ ^ t'h.iw kea, gg \ 
chob jin, ^ ^ kea keun, ^ 
^ kea rhanor j master of a 
shop, ^ ^ ^ sze t^hdw 
kung: teacher, ^ ^ foo 
t«7.e, -j^" P Bhti. k'hbw, ;^ 
^ seen sansf, ^ '(gf sze fo '» ; 
master of arts, ^ /^ k#n jfn ; 
master of the horse, ^ j|§ 
szema,ff^k|^fo6,]^ ^ 
tscu ma, ^ p* le^n yin ; 
master of the chariots, 'fg 
kwan, 1^ A I&n jtn ; the mas- 



MAT 



838 



MAT 





ter of a vessel, ^ ^ chwan 
choh, jtf ^ chow niuh, ^^ 
J^ fang j\n ; the master and 
servant, 3E ggchobpuh. 

Mastbr-pikce, jf^ "^ Jj^ 
"T. ^ to y^h habu kun<^ foo. 

Mastbr-wobt, ^ ^ ^ 
ma seen kaou, ^^ y^ tuh 
hw5. 

Mastic, tree, !f\^ ^ ^ 
job hoang shoo ; gum mastic, 

Mastiff, ^ ^ ta kbw. 

Mat, ^selh. ^ ^ tsze 
seTh, 5^ y&n, ^ lan, ^ ch^, 
^ jin jfih, ^ chfng, ^ 
hwan tan ; a bamboo mat, 
>f5i- ^ chuh seth, ^ ^keu 
choo, il ^ ken keiih, ^ ^ 
hang tang, f ^ ® e yang ; a 
single mat, ^ ^ji" ^eth, 
•^ ^ tan seth : a mat for 
sleeping on, ijW tsaou, 7(J^ 
t'heS, ^ tsih, ^ tsTh ; a mat 
for a carriage, ]^ yin ;a coarse 
bamboo mat, 5jg ^ ken choo, 
^ suy , a hah-y mat ^ ^^ 
ta tang ; mat crrass, ^ lin ; 
a mat shed, ^ ]j^ pflng 
chang, ^ ^ leaou pQn? ; an 
ornamented mat. '^^t^ ''^^^ 
Wan selh, ^fcjm^^^" s^'fh I 
a grass mat,JB ^csobn seth; 
a rush mat, fp^ f^ poo seYh. 

Match, union, I5B "^ P^^ 
h6; equal, ff |g i\iy t'hjw;! 





matches are made in Jieaveiiy. 
^ ffe i '^ t'hSen tad che 
h6, :^ S S i^ t'heenjifnir 
leang yuen, ^^WiWi^^^ 
yfew yin yu^n, ^ » y^ 
yuSn, i^ ^ yu6n fun, )^ j|g 
8lI^^^bw«nyiote»n 
sang cho > tfng ; a matdi- 
maker,M ^mel cho, j||t J^ 

^^fobko,^g|met tt; 
a fire match, 9f(^ ^ hb suy, 

tea6u ; a match for a gun, y^ 
hb seen ; a paper match^ 

^ ^ chfe j^n^ :;fe Ift hb ch&. 

To MATCH, '^^L fi '^'han^ 
le, @fi E pef p'heth, QB ^ 
pef fei. 

Match? C83, ^ j^ wod 
p^, ^ ^ wod shwangr. 

Matchlock, .[^ ^ neabu 
tseang. 

Matr, felloW: ^ JS chow 
led, f^ fig pwanled, IRle; 
a help-mate, ^ k'hew, ^ f^ 
pel gbw ; one of the same 
class, ^^ pang ; mate of a 
vessel, ^ ^ hb chang, ^ 
^ hb chang ; first mate, 'J^ 
^^ ta hb ; second mate, ^ ^ 
urh hb ; tliird do. S ^^ san 
hb. 

Material, substantial^ >^ 
^ ^ y&w Wng teth. 

Mi^aiALa, ^ jj|^ (saft 



MAT 



829 



MAX 



hi6o, U" Sf isa^ chlh, Hi^ jwf -f y u urh h6 kan ; a mat- 

IMS mob. 1^ ^ lea u wiih, Ur of forty^pounds, 1^ C^ *|^ 

jftst; Biatmals for making ^ydsz^sIiTii kin. 

iwvls,^^hiira Id. Mattock, ^IJfS^tsoo t'dw. 

Xaternal, lenderneos, Mattrk8B)J^ juh, ^ |S 

^^ mob iBzL Chen juh, ^ ^ yin jfih, ^Q 

Mathematics, ^ !^ ^ yit) j^'^ ]^ ^ tseu jfih . 

mitt bed, Sk ^ ^^ '^ '* >^^- | & f^'^ matress, :|^ ^)^ keu joo. 

ifaanaticalinBlrumenlB,^^^ , Mature, ^^ ^ ji" ^elb, 

kveikei ; mathematical tables, ^ ^ jin shiih, ^ehih ; ma. 

^ 1^ lelh seang ; mathcma- ; cured by experience, ^ ^ 

'>f»»> M HC l^^ih^^a. ^ j kwan shiih, ^ ^ leen shGh, 




woo. 





Matins, -f- M ^ fi)f 
tiaoa shin che kd. 

Mateice, ^ keae, 
M^ yuto yan^. 

MATRIMONY,Ji|j{g;J^ 

hwin yin che sze. 

MATmosf , jm moo, j^ mob, 

•2«» §1^ « P^ "««^ng, j5; 
t'hae t'ha^, jJT g|g nyu 
sze. 

Matted, hair, ^ mow. 

MiTTEB, thing, ^ wuh ; 

•obstaoce, ^ chTh ; do. in dis- 

tinttion from mind. ^ k'h'* ; 

matter has limit, ^ ^ fj^ 

k he y^w been ; matter of fact 

£E kang; business, ^ f^ syA 

Vbk ; purulent matter, ^ ltT| . 

flfing heue, ^ fteth ; what is 

ike matter, :^:^ @ ^ yew 

th/o mo sze ; a great matter, 

jZ W^ ^ ^^^ ) '^^ matter, ^ 

^ *p pah seang kan ; what | important 

does it matter to you, J^ ^ I ya ':u keuh. 



^ ^ selh shiSh, "^ jhw i 

matured in vice, ^ ^ jin g5. 

Maturely, to weigh, pj^ 

Maturity, jjjj J^ ching 
shuh ; arrived at maturity, ^ 
"J" ching ting ; not yet arrived 
at maturity, ^ )^ "J" we 
ching ting. 

Maudlin, or mofh'^rwort, 
-=f ^ ^ ts'heen jth hfing. 

To MAULj^ta. 

Mausoleum, imperial, 

ling ; eastern do. ^ [^ tnng 
ling ; western do. ^ ^ se 
ling; mausoleum fur priests, 
$Jl sa ; do. for the relics of 
Buddha, ^ ^Ij ^ shay le ta. 

Maw, )|S chth, % wei; 
sheep's maws. ^ ^^ wei foo. 

Maxim, ;j§ "^ klh ySn 
DH ^ heiin teen, ^ e ; an 

maxim. 




i! 





ME 



8$0 



MEl 




• May, the 5th month among 
Europeans, f^ V^ 3L ^ 
Be yang woo yu5 ; the May 
flower, ff^ |§ ling Ian. 

May, orcan, wJ k'ho, 
tth J^ nang, T5f Vl k4ib e, 
gj % k'hb tth, ftji: # tso 
tlh, ^ kb, 1^ sran ; m«y it be 
done, or not, hT^ ^'^^^ <ow ; 
H may not be, ^ nif piih k'b, 
[i? po ; it may b^. l^j" "jjl k'ho 
yay ; it may ba Hone, P]* 1-% 
^ ^ k lib h slij t:!i ; it may 
still do, -{12. kl' yay habii, )jj> 
J5^ y!h liabn, ^ Bf ytli k b ' 
may peace be with you, g^ ^ 
ts'hing gnan ; may the whole 
family be st^ized with the 
plague, 4^ ^ i^'I^tseuen 
kea tsa'iu wnn ; thus it may be 





Mbadow, UI tSen, :|}w jucn, 

ju^en, i§ no, US wih, ^^ 

J^ tsabu te, !^ ;^ tsabo 

Chang, H rt 6^ ^ i^ ^«' 
t1i6w tcTh tsabu te ; meadow 

fence, ^p yew. 

Meagre, ^ sbw, ^ sang, 

% luy, ^ sang, ^ § 

jseaou tyuy. -j^.ling, |^ gae, 

I ^^"' ff& *f«^^«' BS^ tseth, 
®. pS ^^^"> ^9 keae, 

kwa,}^ M ^"" '^» ^ 3 
liiang po ; very meagre, @ 

shfn keii. 

Meal, flour, ^ fun, 

meen, ffe M 1^^" "^^^"» 

^ meen fun; a repast, ||^ 

fan, ^ tsan, ^^ (un, ^ tsan; 
a meal's meat, S|^foo, ^ 







^san, ^ 1^ IR tsan t1i6w 



8een,^n J^ oT -^ J*^^ she j fan,— $|[ |j^ yXh tiin fan ; 
k'hb keen : it may be made a meal of rice, — §§ ^T^^ 
into cloth, WT jy^ f^ ^ khb nhy fan ; to take a meal, ^ 
e tso poo ; between a may be, flC gjuh fan ; after meals, g^ 
and a may not be, nf ^ ;^ |^ fan how ; mcal-Hime, or du- 
^ k'hbw fbw che keen ; may ring meals, ^ C^shth king; 
be, perliaps, 1^ f^^i hwo jen, the morning meal, -^^ t«*^u 
^ ^ hwo chay. | fin ; the mid-day meal, ^ |g 

MAYOR.of acity of the se- jwob f m : the evening meal, 
cond order ^ Jjj^ che fob : do. ' g^ |[g wan fan. 
of the third order, ^ j^ che ^ 



Mkan, base, K tseen, '^ 
he^n. ^ i^ l>«a tsee^^, P; ^ wet 

Maze, |^ ^Mj^ ^ Y^^ { fscen, >f^ j^ kcw mow, ^ 
m3 che ch'hoo, ^ gaou ; to be »g[^ cha chha ; mean and nig- 
in a maze, j^ ^ go jen. gardlv. Wf "^<>w, flU Pg ^^^ 

Me, I^ gnb. I6w., ^ fg Un seih, g slh, 



83t 



MEa 



pt ; mean and tcrvile, ^ der to *catch fish, H^ vjl^ ^ 
pe ke&h ; mean and low, ^ yugn mOh kgw yQ. 
1^ pe low, ^ peib, ^ Mean, the due medium, t[l 
t»P^i SPliS P'te low ;a J^ chung jftng ; in the mean 
iellow,!^ X seabujin, time, ^ ilfe ;^ ^ isai Uzk 

che keen. 

To MR AN, ^yub^i^sekns; 

fn; the meaner claeses, *fC' what do yon mean, f^^BB^ 
htt Uw ; mean origin, ^ ^ «^ Q^ si'i'n mo ^ sze ; what 
tsMn kwoh ; mean cloth- 1 do yon mean to do ? ^^ j|j|^ 

ine, S shoo, j^ |fe Ian leu, : ^ ^.ne seang tso »hfn mo. 



I^Si X^WiK tMeen bwae 





sa la ; mean and proud, 
A*^ pe fc'hang ; mean con- 
iSiion^ ^ ^ pe wel ; mean- 
tpiritfd, /J^ ^ Beabu k'h^ ; 



Meaning, "j^ chfe, 

what is the meaning ? j^ J 
hd 6 I the meaning is lost. 




BKau conduct, "j^ f^ hea ts5 ; ; ^ 6 keug ; hidden meaning, 
mean and flattering, ^ jt ^^ W ^ ^ ^^*^ V^ ^"^ ; 
pe tsze ; mean and Tulgar, J^ double meaning,^ ^^hwang 
^ pe wei, 1^ ^ ta6 fah, ^ kwan. 
•ie,^fei, J^ti;mean and 
triflin?, 3|[ so ; mean apparel. 
^^ le_Bze, H ^ lang 

Means, to an end, ^ ^ 
fang fS, |g shiih, ^ te, ^ 
5^ fa tsze ; means, wealth, ^ 
^ kea tsze : no means of ac- 

quinng, ^ ^ A. .^ '^ 
Jiang juh show, iE^5tn^ 

1 

iro5 yfew che i»eih ; to U8el__ 

means, p ^ :^I^ lung ko [ to^, ]^ Tf* chth udn, '^ ]^ 
•how keo ; destitute of means, I king torS, =^ ^ tsze leang, ^ 
^ ^ k'hung show, f||: ^ ■ 4 keo lear.g, j^ k6, ^ hw6, 
tsetli show ; to employ means tQ ^ kow keii, ^ ^ 4 
not fitted to the end, is ezpres- cimn, ^ ^ to6 kwei, [^ -^ 
•ed by, climbing a tree in or- hcen leaug ; a measure cou- 



Meanly, clad, ^ ^ lang 
sang ; meanly lodged, ^chTb. 
meanly clothed and badly fed,' 

^ ^ Bit ^ P« « «»^oo shth. 
Meanness, ^J> ^^ seabu 
k'h^. 

Measless, j^ ^f^ ma chnig; 
to have the measiess, pi} *^ 
ch'hCLb ma. 

Measure, ^ leang,^^ too, 
m ^00 leang, >Bll W tsTh 




IfEA 



832 



UBk 




taining 64 grains of millet, 
kwei; a measure of about a 
pint, ^ shiug ; do. of about 4 
pints, @ tow ; do. of about 5 
pints, ^ i^ kan woo ; do. of 
about 10 pints, or a peck, S|- 
tbw|; do. of 8 pecks, fa^ hwuy; 
do. of 10 do. ^ ho, >Q shih ; 
do. of 16 do. ^ soo, ^ yu ; 



g^ kwei, "% ^ «hang Ising^ 
^ftchuvtS, if ft hSng 
l^ing, ^ ^ kee too, ^ heS, 
^ hw6, ^ yaou, ^ foo, $1 
ch'hing, -^ ^ keuen haflg, 
1^ leaou leang, ^tseuen, 

^^ 1^ keaou leang ; to mea- 
sure how long, 'JSL^T^^ 





do. of about 8 bushels, ^ fow; | chang twan ; to measure off a 

grave, j^ woo; to ascertain 
quantity, ^ joo, ^ch'huy, 

^ she, fc ^»^ ^**^« ' 
ts'huy, J^ kea, ^ leaou, 
yu, ^ke5, i^teTh,^ kth, 
|^k6, ifytng,§kwei,e" 
4 tang leang, j^ yft, f 
shang ; to measure and divide, 
^L pwan ; to measure and 
solicit, I^J^X^ tseuftn 
seuen jln tsaS. 

MKA8UREMEVT,7^*^cWh 

tsiin ; measurement money of a 
ship, ^H^^ chwanchaou 
yln. 

Meat, flesh, ^ jiih ; food, 
IK fin, # 1^ sWh wfih ; 
dressed, mt heae, B^ tsfn ; 
meat-eaters are vulvar, ^ J^ 
# iU juh shih chay p'hej 
meat-oflerings, ^ chuy, 
been; nnfa^nd drink, f\ 
yin slith ; dainty meats, 3^^ 
^ ^ chin choo tsze wei; 
minced meat, |^ che, ^ che, 
Bli ch«, flS" f""> I^ l^wae. 



do. of 14 do. ^ cfaung ; a mea- 
sure of about five cubits in 
length, S^ mth ; do. of eight 
do. ^ j(J kung chang, ^ jin, 
1^ pan ; do. of ten do. ^ 
chang ; do. of a hundred do. 
y^ § I chang yin ; a measure 
for grain, '^ jg^ leang kob ; a 
measure of rice, -^ ;](g tJc 
yTh yae m^ ; a measuring line, 
^ chiin, j^ ^ shing mth; 
without measure) ^ ^ wod 
leang, ^ ^ wod ^ ; dry mea- 
sure, j^ j^ leang fa ; long 
measure, g^ j^ too fa ; mea- 
sure of heights ami distances, 
by angles, ij flg glj S l^ow 
fuh tslh leaner; do. by triangles, 
^^jPjiS san ke6 tsth 
lean^ ; the measure of an angle, 
^ ;J^ j^ife, keo che too yay; 
weiuhts and measures, ]^ J 
m ^ too leang keu^n hang . 
measures, designs, ^^ ,^e 8z6 

To MEASURE, ^ ]g ta 

l«ang^ 5l^ ^ joo loo, 5^^ ihlh. 




833 



MED 





mIkk'Th 
t'heen fang 



Mbcca, SJ 

InriL 

IE kung tocang, I£A 
Heingjin, gtseang,^!^ k'eui 
iMchanical arts, ^ gi show 

He q^ iii5 bed ; to despise 
BMchaoical arts, ^ j^ i^ 
Vbi mS he5 ; a mechanical ge- 
Dios, ^ ^ A k'heabu show 
jtaL 

Mecbavism, ^Wli^^ 
bwd tdog keii k'he. ^ ke. 

Medal, fE^UlK ke 
sse yuto p*been. 

To MEDDLE, ^^cha sz6j 
^ woo ; to meddle in conver- 
•wion, ^ ^ cba tsdy, ^ P 
chi k'bbw; to meddle offici- 

«wlyi '^ M A. ^ l^wan 
pecjtDSze, ^iOlKW^ le 
tlia jtn Bze ; to make a dis- 
turbance by meddling, ^ ^ 
tsin sz6j ^ ^ sang sze ; to 
meddle when uncalled for, ^ 
j^ tBze met ; to meddle with 
vfiat does not concern one, 
H IP paA liing, ^ ^ chaou 
jaou ; do not meddle with me, 

it^ ^ 'W ^ "'» P^'^ ^^^° 
gnb. 

Meddlesome,^^ ^ to sze 
To medtatb, @ ^ chuen 






.bw6 islng, 4» ® i^ ^ 
cbung keen k'lieu^n hd. 

Mediator, I^ ^ cbung 
jfi^^fll Chung pabu,gFf^ 

A P^u cbung jiu, ^ 3E hoo 
chob. 

Medical herbs, ||| 
che ^ J yo ts'ha^ ; medical books, 

^ y5 shoo ; medical practi- 

tioners, ^^ e kea, @ P^ 

man,^*]^ hw5 sh6, p^ 

^ nuy k'ho seen saRff 

^^ e sang, ^ ^ e neS ; 

medical prescription, ^ ^ 
yo fang, ^ -^ fang tsze, |[| 

TST c fang. 

Medicike, ^ y5, 
tsaft I medicine chesty 
y6 kwef ; the profession of me- 
dicine, ^ ^ e bed ; good me- 
dicine, J^ III leang y5 ; what 
need of medicine, fiSf ^ fl| 
§§ hd seu yiing y6 ; medici- 
nal powers, ^ k'h^ ; medici- 
nal powder, ^ ^ yo san ; 
medicinal plants, ^ "^ tsing 
teen, J^ J^ keae how ; names 
of medicines, >ft 'pp too chung, 
^^®kgkang,f|-J|^8hing 
ma, ^ )^ t'heen ma. 

Medina, HHt f§ ^il mth 
tth na. 

Mediocrity, of talent, Pf? 
^ A ^ chung t^ng jIn tsag. 

To MEDITATE, jQg ^^chOO 6^ 




tew, f^^ ta6 pin, ^l|t :fc>SI«^ihseang,gtl|[gnan 



MCE 



834 



HEB 






8gj 8ze fuh, ^ S ^"y »2^ ; 

to'^meditau deeply, ^^ tsa 
t'hec ; to meditate on Buddha, 
^ J^ ^ he nedn fuh ; res- 
pectfully meditating on the 

right way, ^ S^ ,S ^Ml ^^^S 
mth 8ze taou ; to meditate the 

conquest of a country, ^^ P^ 

mdw kw5, ^ ^ tod kwo ; to 

meditate rclidously, Bgp tseen, 

i shen, gg jjfl^ tso shen. 

Meditation, <^ pP tsan 
shen ; the posture of do. ^ 
Ket% 

Mediterranean, jft tj^ 
^ t£ chung ha^. 

Medium, the due, Vji ^ 
chung yfln?; the great medi-| success, ^^ftingkeYh; to 

meet guests and strangers from 
all quarters, ^QQ'^^'^ 



^ h wiiy, 5^ ft ylnor ts€«, jggr 
nylh : to meet with. ^ kow, 
j^ kow yu, ^ kow,. Hi 
kea how, 3^ tsadu, If^wob, 
^^^ woo, ^ woo, ^ woo. 
woo, ^ kbw, U^ che, ^Jj 
gbw yu ; to meet with an iolK 
mate friend, j^ 59J fi fang 
che ke ; to meet without previ- 
ous appointment, ^ ^ JIS 
^ puh k& firh hwuy, ^^ 
heae how ; to meet with cala- 
mities, iH m yu nan, jj ||^ 
tsadu ho ; to meet a visitor, ^ 
^ ying k'hih, jgi ^ ying 
Sling ; to meet with an oppor- 
tunity, i^il^^ tsadu 
yd kft shd ; to meet with good 



mn, ^ ^ hwang keth ; to hit 
the due medium, j^ Jft chung 
ching. 

Medlar, ^^ lln k'hin, 
lU ^ san cha, :}:&/;(£ keu k'e, 

^ ^ 't®" ^^' 

MbdLey, ^ ^ fun tsa. 

Medusa, or sea qualm, ^ 
t«th, :J!|< 15 shw&y mob, ^ 
fe, ^tsth. 

Meek, iSt^ wan jiin, I|g 
^ shun leang, ^M. 5fWvvan hA. 

Meet, fit, ^3i!hS6, jfi 

sbth e. 
To meet, 3^ fang, ^ yd, 
_ fang ch6, ^ yine, ^ 

a y»nfir y&y, ^ g^ 8B k*r 




yay sze fang pin k'hih ; to 
meet together, ^ ^ hwdy 

^^*» -^^ hwdy keen, 48 
^ seang kei>n, ^ J^ seang 
y"> ^ '^ tsed hwdy ; to 
meet on the road, S^ |^ ^ 
^ I06 keen seang fAng; it 
cannot be divined when we 
shall meet again, ^ ^ yj^ 
1% how hwdy we pd ; to meet 
with a thing contrary to your 
wishes, T^ "^ ^ j^ yd pfih 
t0i £ ; it very much meets my 
wishes, ^ >^ f^ ;& shin h5 
gab 8in ; to meet by chance. 



835 



MEL 



ji. 

Mrrting, ^ hwuy, ^ 

ttf IB "fr Beang hwuy ; the 

QBetiDf of two friends, ^ ^ 

fiji^ leangyew seang yd. 

•- Mbbtino-housb, '^ )^ 

kwij sb, ^ ^ hwuy tan?. 

Mbiltno, mountain, ^ ^ 
|1| mei ling san, ^^ikyu. 

Mrlancholy, ^ yew, 
1^ ^ na mun, |g[ ;^ mef 

mrf, B^J^ ^*^^" hen^n, j;^ 
kwin, ^ ^ keuen icpnen, 
^keun, ^"^ng. ^'^ 
C90W man, ^ ^ shoo yew, 

wish, 1^ ^ keu le&ng ; me- 
lancholy, as in the vapours, 
K 42? ^ 1^ yew sin j5 heun ; 
to become melancholy, »CJ> "J^ 
IH f^ sin hea na mun ; me* 
ItDchoIy feelings suggested by 
autumn, ^^ min ; a melancho- 
ly mood, ^ ^ i1h tstih. 

MsLii STOMA, ^ ^ fiqf ke 
ckneen. 

Melia azgdarach, ^ 
tin ; wood of do. ^ >^ san 

2*"' "H" ift k'hob leen, i^ 

7P[ tod mfih. 
Mf.m8sa, or balm gentle, 

^^ts^ntng. 
Mblitot, ^t^^tsabtt ling 
Mellow, |^ tth ; ripe, |§t 





DO 




Mrlodinus, )ij^ san tan^ 

Mklodious, sound, ^ ^ 

fung yiin ; melodious singing 

of birds, }^ 9^ W|i Ogl neabu 

mtng heae heae. 

Melody, ^ ^ hd yiii, ^ . 

' yi" y». ^ li It ^1 

tsow yo yun hd, 
fO yo k'he teaou hd^ 

Melon, ]^ kwa, ]Jfl ho3 ; 
field of melons, jj^ H kwa 
te^.n ; edible melons, |^ jang, 
lK ^ tseu koo ; the melon 
species, ^ lo; a small m^^lon, 
JA Hi^ kwa te«, Bg^ p6, fgj 
ying ; a large melon, ^ t'ang; 
a yellow melon, ||| peen ; the 
royal melon, ^ how, ^H 
kow lowi ^ ^ J^ow low, i 
y wing fow, 3E '^ Wang 
kwa ; pickled melons, ^ -^ 
Ian tan ; the sections of a mc- 

'^"j W P^*^ I Ihe seeds of a 
melon, $£ leen, ]^ ^ kwa 
tsze ; the inside of a melon, ^ 
IJH luy nuy, gj tang; the 
fruit of the melon, j^ kw6 ; 
for diflbrent kinds of melons, 
see under the ]I[ kwa Radical, 
in the Chinese and Entrlish 
Dictionary. 

To MELT, j^ seaou, ^ 
yflng, ^ seaou, ^ ^ twan 
leen, ^ ^ seaou hwuy, J^ 
^ seaou shlh, ^ sze, ^ ^Q 
seaou yay, ^ |@ yfing choo, 



HEM 



636 



MEN 



^'ffcyflnghwa,S!ftfKyang 

hwa, ^ tsuy, j^ shS, ^ shd, 
1^ taou ; to melt metals, ^ 

i chod kin, ^ twan; to 
melt away, ^ ^ sse kg^n i 
•^ sz^ *, to melt iron, y^ koo . 
to melt stones, {j^ ^ leen 
shTh ; to melt silver, j^ ^ 
k'hinr y^n ; to melt and refine, 
i^ ^ yfing leen ; to melt by 
means of boiling water, ^ ;^ 
^ ffc ^^^"^ shwuy paou hwa; 
melting, J^ )^ yaou yay ; to 
melt into tears, >]% ^ ^ ~|^ 
^ ^ pdh ke5 15 hea luy la^. 
Members, of tlie body, |^ 
^ sze che, \J^ ^ sze t'h^e, 

W ^ P* l^ea®) tH che; 
member of an association, '^ 
^ hwiiy yew ; a newly-made 
member of the literary Insti- 
tnte. ]Jn^ ^ "ir shod ke!h 8ze> 

ban lln he5 sz^. 

Membrane, enveloping a 
child in the womb, ^Q paou) 
BS d^ P»ou c. 

Memoir, ^jjt kea she; 
memoirs, ^ fj^ ySn hlng 
liih, ^ sh6 ; memoirs of emi- 
nent persons, ^ij ^ lee chwan 

Memorandum, y^ poo, g^ 
Wt ^^ Bo6, jf UYh, ^ ^ 
shoo k'he, |^ p'hoo, ^^pung, 

fli )fi kan tub, la iK jS 

k6 sze cb&; memorandum of 



daily . occurrences, Q ^ ^ 
jTh*che luh. 

MzMORiAL, - ^^ pun ; do. 
presented to the Emperor, jfc 
^ pun chang, ^ ^ tsow 
chang, 3^^ >4^ ^ tsow szi 
pun chang ; to present a me- 
morial, .Ll >^ shang pun ; me- 
morial stating one's case, |^ 
'IS 4^ chin Uing pun. 

To MEMORIALIZE, the em- 
peror, ^ J^ tsow shang. 

Memory, lH'^ ke sfng, 
fE^k^han,fP/l!tk6sin; 
a bad memory, |^'3^ keen 
wang; memory daily becom« 

ing worse, fE 14 9 1^ k6 
sfng jth chutt ; to retain in 
one's memory, @ ^ fE ^ 
lew sin ke tTh; to commit 
books to memory, ^ j^ pei 
kinjy. 

Men and things, /^ ^ j^^^ 
wiih ; men in general, ^ ^ 
jtn tang, \ |^ jln luy ; men 
in contra-disiinction from wo- 
™^n» ^ A "^n jln ; there is 
a sort of men, ^ — - ^ \ 
y^w yTh yang jln ; men of the 
world, "Iff \ she jtn ; men 
and women must not give and 
take from each other's hands, 

nyu show show puh ts'hin. 

To men AC E, Jff 5y '^^ ^^t 
!ilpkinghih,^^hihsh& 




837 



HER 




me 




Muciufl , ^^ ^ mSng tMzh. 
Mevagbrie, @ yew, ^ 
witff 7^8 show 8b. 

foo tselh, j^ then, |^ 

fing, ^ ^ kee ni^ 

pob choe : to mend garments, 

is ^> ]^ cbdh; to mend 

one's fanlu, ^ j^ kah kwo ; 

to mend or repair, ^ 3^ sew 

ebiog. 

MEnrDiCAifT, a beggar, g=] 
M ^ ^ t'haou fan shih 
Idh, {]§ ^ keae tsze ; mendi- 
cut priest of the Buddhist 
•«t,ftlCJ^ pJskewsang, 
:t k'hetti sze ; female do. 

\& J£ I* ^®^ "* J * mendi- 
cant friar, according to the 
Bomanists, ^ db tih sze. 

HiviAL, low, ]^ t^t ^ 
tsliang, ^ pe ; menial occu- 

Uche sze. 
Mbmal, servant,'g^^ she 

y"^i -it ^ ^«a'^« •«, ^ t«^h, 
)8f»2«i E^ chinta^, ^ 
pn ; to employ in menial of- 
ice, ^ ^ yang she. 

MsHoRRHAOiA, ^ pang. 

MaifsEs, ^ J^shwiiy yue, 

§z6 ; menstrual discharge, ^ 
^ Id h(in?, j^ ^ king 
shwuy, 3^^ t'hcen kwei, ^ 
jf^ kwei shwuy, ; to have do. 





1^ & ^ 'lun. 

Mental, endowments, 7| 
tsad sze; mental labonr, 
]fE Uabu tsabu ; mental 
discernment, j^ chaou, ^ 
'C2 ming sin. 

To MENTION, 0[^chlh; to 
mention one's name, H[1 
chlh mtng; to state, "^ |] 

kaou S06, tfil aS ^ shw5 
ch^hiih hsA ; not necessary to 
mention, ^ ^fft puh pelb 
shw5 ; do not mention it again, 
l^^^l^ tsae m5 keang 
k'he ; this must not be men- 
tioned, itU-^9t^^ 
(^ ^ tsze hwa she shing 
chang pC\h tlh teTb; to make 

mention, |^ JX ®**^* *^**i 
^^t^k'h^Slfeytok'hi. 

Mbrasmus, or disea««e of 

the mesenteric glands, ^ ^ 

kan tseth. 

MencANTiLa, house, f^ 
hang, fr ^ hing pob, |§ 
^ shang hang; mercantile af- 
fairs, 1^ Wi shang sz^, : mer- 
cantile ware- house, ^ ^ isan 
fang ;a multiplicity of mercan- 
tile affairs, ^^W ^ ^ 
^ sang le sze woo fun fan. 

Mercrkary, one who 
works for hire, ^ ^y&ng jtn; 
one actuated solely by the de- 
sire of gain, 4)] {£ le tod. 
Merci^r, fr 01 ^ # 



MER 



838 



UElk 




Uabu keae. 

Merely, ^J^piSh kwo, 
jg la tan tan, J^ chth, (^ 
too, ^ t^, ikchlh, ^M. 
koo taeay ; it is merely, ^ 
chThsM, jJh J^ clie "l^^j 
J^ tah she, 5fe ^ kw«^"g ^^^ 
i^ ja. leen tseay ; ^"""^X 
show a little good will, mW> 
f^i ]g leSn peabu wet 6. 

To MEKGE into water, fg 
yen ; to mcrire private into 

, , ,_ ^ public views, X^ ^ 2K ^ 

k'hth ; a hon^j-merchant, ^ ^ j^^^g inee sze. 

tf 1^ yang l*ang shang. ^^ | Meridian, line, -^ Sl w<A 



nia£ chdw twan chay. 

Merchandize, ^ ^ ho 
wiih ; foreign merchandize,^ 
^ yang wuh. 

Mebchant, ^l A. shansj 

W ^ "^^ "^*^ -^^^ ' * ^'^*''" 

veiling merchant, fP^ ^hang 
k'hth ; a resident do. ^ kob ; 
both together, j^ ^ sbaog 
koo, ^ m6 : a foreign mer- 
chant, ^ ^ yanpr shang ; a 
private merchaiu, J4 'W 



sze 





Merchantmen, fffi ^ 
shang chwan. 

Mf.rcifuI', ^ ^ tszg |)ef, 
^[ Iplp gnae le&n. 

Merciless, ^,_ 
wo5 tszS pei teih, ^ ^ ^\/ 
lieung g5 teth. 

Mercury, Jfjv |^ shwuy 
yij}, ^ IR sang yin, fjt hung, 
hnng ; the planet Mercury, 
§: shwuy sing, J^ ^ 
shin sing. 

Mercy, j^ ^J t^z^ pei,^:; 

^ j5n fsze, ^ fn k'hwan jln. 
1^ ffnae li>^n. if^ ^ le^n 

"^ ">^ Jot king l^en. 

Mere, .^ tan ; mere luck, 
^ ^ heaou hlnsr ; to obtain 
by mere luck, ^^ htng hw6; 
to escape by do. j^ |^ bin? 
9i(i^n ; a mere straw, j^ ^ 





seen ; the meridians of longi- 
tude, j^ kinff ; tneridi^ cir- 
cle, ^ ^ ffl 'sze wob keueoi ^ 
the time of the sun in the n^ 

ridian, Q ^ Jl ^ it, W 
jln t'how shang wob che sh3, 

shang wob telh t'heen ting. 

Merit, :^ ^ ''""l^^ 
g^ '^ heun kung, ^ @ 
kung tth, ^ 1^ kung nee, ^ 
35^ tselh kung, l^F 3^ heang 

kung, ^ yung, ^ 9? •^®*^" 
iaou,^ seang ^ tseTh ; great 
m jrit, ^ ^/i ^ ta kung la6u; 
secret merit, |^ J^ ylQ chlh ; 
merits and demerits, ^ JS 
kung kwo. 

Meritortotts, works, ^ 

BS fa y"«» ^ijj •^e^" *^™8» 
deserving of reward,']^ J^ yi W 

V 



r 



8B9 



MliT 



kmig, ^ ^ 'S y^^ l^""S ! ^Ang hin ; to mess alone, ^ 
i^g, W ^ ^ y®^ ''""^' ii ^*® '""• 
•^fl3;Jl«|y^^*^"°S^*' Message,^ © 6i[ IS 
T^ff{ kung jiing, ^^ lelh ; " paou Bin icih hwa. 
loperfonii meritorious actions, j Messenger, ^ /\ ch'hae 
1^^185 kiing: a meritori- ! jin, $^ ^ A paou sin jin^ 
M nobleman, M ^ heupl^ K sh?^ jin, ^ -^ paou' 
fie5 ; meritorioiis pc^rsons, ^j : uze, ^ 3^ k'hwae pan, [^ 
tiong ; meritorious and un- ; ^ ^ p'haou jaou jin, '^ 'p^ 
worthy, 3^^ ^ kung koo. j chaou kca^, ^ A la^. jm ; an 

Herliit, or bawk, ^ gg ' ofBeial messenger, ^ ^ wel 
hio clien. : yu^n : an imperial messenger, 

MfcRMAiD, &K j»ni ^>^ ^ ^ k^hin ch^hae ; a police 
te jtQ ; a kind of m<;rmaid said messenger, jj^ ^ yugn ch'hae 





Metal. ^ kin, ^ pa 
siih ; metal unrefined, ^ fj^ 
leSn seth, ^ le^n : to repro- 
duce metals, ^ (S) (^ang 
hwiiy ; from the ashes of gilt 
paper tin may be roproiluced. 



to weep pearls, i^ ^keaou jin 

Urbrimrnt, low, ^hwan, 
fi^hdkrfh. 

MKnav, IvlVt ^^^ ch'hang, 

3t Ml y^%'"' ii. y«^» W ft 

ttfaw«n,lt^yaou; merry with ^_^ ^ __ 

^»«. Stf S j>" Chang ; mer- {tC^MM^M Y^^"^ 
ry-making, ^|^ -can ; merry | pabu hwuy Uang hwuv selh. 
andrew, f^ A hog j'»a ; Metallic taste, ^ 1^ 
mwily, ^ ^ hin i^n ; mer- ^ ^ kin che k'he wef. 
rily jumping about, § j^ he ' Metallurgy, book on, ^ 

yfc i ^ kin poo. 

MK8H,of a net, f^ ^wans^ j To metamorphize, ^ ^7 

^^1 ^ ^ ping ho, ^ ^ peen hwan ; metamorphosis, 



loo lid; a close-meshed net, 
1^ 1^ so wang. 

Mrspilus Japonic a, ^ *^ 
jj ''Wilh, jii ^ loo keue, ^ 
IB pe pa, ^ pa. 

Mess, of pottage, 
hwinf tse. 

To MRS 8, together, |^ §| 







. f(j Peen hwa. 

Mf.taphor, J;h ^ pe t'he, 

"^ pe fang, ^ "^ pe jo5, 

„ Ph8 i^*^ j'^'^» "^ ^ ^^^^y ^» 

«ir"irjooyen,^^^^ 

hlng yung teih sz^ ; to use me- 
taphors, |§f llj^ ts'iay joo. 
MiiTAPiivsicy. »ri(?ncc of, 




MET 



S40 



MID 









le k'he heo. 

To MKTB, ;g leang, 

leang to, ^ liwuh, ^ yu. 

Metempstcuosis, ^^ 
IQn hwuy. 

Meteor, a shooting star, ^^ 
^ ch6 y5, ^ ^ chnh sing, 
^ ^ l^w sing, -^ %kine 
eing ; meteoric stones, ^P| 
kwei tan, f^ ^ yun slith, Jg 
chin gd, ^ teaou. 

Method, ^ fa, ^^ fa 
tszJj, ;^ ^ fang fa ; an excel- 
lent method, ^ ']^ shen fa, 
Jll^ ^^ meaou fa ; method of 
writing on silk, j^ ?}] Jl i^ 
*^ kin poo shang seay fa. 

Methodical, ^ ^ 7^ 
yew kwei keii. 

Metonic, cycle, 
chang suy. 

Metre, ^ f^ fun yiin ; 
according to metre, ^ ^ 

16 yun. 

Metropolis, ^ ^ kins: 
too, ]^ gf king sze, ^ ^ 
king ching, ]^ ^^ king chaoii: 
region around the metropolis, 
^ :^ king ke, ^ ^ kinsr ke; 
the northern metropolis, ^Qy"^ 
pth king ; the southern metro- 
polis, ^ J52^ nan king; the 
metropolis of a province, ^ 
J^ sang ching. 

Mettle, 3g noo, jjSk^he. 

MiGTTLESOMK. y^ Ijgf R^ 





ta tan teth, ^| ^ kang e. 

To mew, ^IJIIIq maoii mtng 

Miasma, t^ chow, ^ f^ 
yen chang, j^ -^ chang mob| 
5^ M chaou seih. 

Michelia champasa, ^PP 
^ ^ yang kbw yay. 

Microcosm, /p 5'C ^K 
seabu t'heen te. 

Microscope, ^^ ^i ^ 
heen we) kfng. 

Mid, ^ chung. 

Mid- AUTUMN, Pp ^a chung 
tsew. 

Midday, t^ ^ chung wob, 
4^ flUC IB chung tsew tsee. 

Middle, ^ chung, ^ fj^ 
chung keen, Ff? ^ chung 
yang, ^ tse, gj yin, *[ g 
chung tuh, ^ chung, ^^ Pfl 
tsS chung; the middle of a 
stream, tjl JK chung iSw ; in 
Uie middle, ^ ^ tanij chung; 
the middle finger, t^^ tseang 
che,, t|l ;^ chung che ; a mid- 
dle-atred man, 3c K^e, ^^ ^p 
$£ ^ chung neen ke chay ; 
the middle course, tj* ^ 7^ 
^ chung yfing che taou ; df>. 
neither near nor remote, ^ 
@|J IJN ^ puh tsec pah le ; the 
middle ages, Fj* 5C chung 
t'heen, ^ "Q* chung kob ; the 
middle region, ^ j{\ tse chow; 
the heart of anything, Pfl |[$i 
chung ein ; do not stop in the 



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middle, ^ # *f* ifc pah tan? 
cbmigche, l^^'^^lill 
jl^poh klkh pwau io6 firh fei ; 
the middle or waiet, Fp ^ 
diang yaoa. 

MiDDLiKG sort, tp ^ H V 
chong tang teTIi ; ratber mid- 
dliot :f; ^ ^ pfih ta habu, 
jB |g ]j^ p'hb p'hb habu. 

MioDf-E-MAN, ^ A <^hung 
M tp ^ Chang pabu 

Midge, a sort of, f^ Wi 
maogpa^ 

Midnight, ^ ^ chune 
yiy.4^^Pwanyay,iE^ 
dung tsze. 

Mids-man, ^ A chimg jln, 
1|J fife Chung pabu, ^ ^ 
•baoa keae. 

Midst, [^ ^j' nuy chung, 
^ ^i tang chung. 
Midsummer day, 

hea che. 
Mid-way, Pp ^ chung to6. 
Midwife, ^ ^ ^ show 

«ing P*, Jt ^ i^ ^s^« sang 
»», 4 -^^ sang po, xS: mob, 
iS wan p6, j& ^ il 
sbow sang po. 

Mien, ^ ^ yfing sth, 5^ 
^ Jung mar)u. 

Might, power, ^^ff nSng 
kan, ;f tfe tsa^ nang, ^{^ ^ 

Might, or could, 'Sf i^ 

mi. 







Mighty, # !!& ^ y*w 
Dang teth, ^ |^ yiw kenta. 

Migration, ^^JJ^S 
ySw hlng che sze, ||( ^ 

L pwan 6 che sze. 

Migratory, locust, )g fjp 
hwang ts5. 

Milch, cow, {£] ^ ^ 
ch'huh job n£w. 

MiLD,ig|nwanhd, m 

jwan, j^ flrwan tsun,^^ 
shen leang, ^ gnan, ig| jaou, 
TnH seu, ^ nwan ; mild and 
forbearing, 7^5 ^^ jew jin ; a 
mild countenance, ^ jew, ^ 
^ wan y ung, f^ ^[J ob sih ; 
mild disposition, ^ ^hok'e; 
mild and obedient, >^ )|^ bd 
shun ; mild speech, 
seuen y^n. 

Mildew, dampness, 
mildew in plants, 
maou tsTh, ^ raaou, 
grain rotted by mildew, 
>P5 kuh mei hew, ^ shun. 

Mile, (Chinese, one-third of 
an English milejS le; a mile- 
stone, i^ how. 

Military, ^ wob; mili- 
tary officer, ;^ '^ woo kwan, 
^^'^Ipwobchthkwan 

fob ; ij^ ^Theaou wei , |jg§ ^ 
k'h^ wef, 5^ ^ ping kwan ; 
militay art, |B^ § wob 6, ^5^ 
ke ynng ; military tactics, 






MIL 



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MIU 



^ ^ ^06 heo ; military sla- 

tioo, ^ wei, ^/L ^ ^*" y'°^' 
i^ sin te J the military, ^ 
Tj^ yu Un; military weapons, 
^^*pingheae,:^77 pijjg 
Jin, :§£ H Pi"g k'he, ^ 13$ 
kin ko. H li kjL* »fr|*^' 3E 
^ wnd jang, ^ -^j^jJI 
ping ; military dresses, ^ 3K 
jiJng c ; military stores, ^ ^ 
keuu shth : military council, 

^ ^ ':)c S ^^"" ^^ ^ ^^^"'* 

military school, ^| seay ; mi- 
litary lawn, ^ -^ kea Img, 
^ ^ keun fa ; military nae- 
rit, ^ ^ keun kuug, 1^ 
3^ woo kung ; military affiiirs, 
^ ^ keun wob ; a military 
carriage, |^ 1^ k!h keu, ^ 
1^ Chang kiih, ^ pang ; mili- 
iary orphans, ^ ^ SL 5£ 
VII I'm koo firh ; military man, 

iC;±wobsz^, ^ ^^ 

tang ping tefli ; military piofes- 
woOjI^ il wob nee; military 
regulations, ^ ^1 P"»g che ; 
military ardour, t^ ^ ^^^"g 
wob, ij^ fit kwane kwang ; 
military rewards, ^ W^ kaou 
keun ; military post, 
pabu chang. 

MiuTiA, ^ ^ heang 
yung ; militia men, ^ ^ 
chwang min, ^ ^ min ping, 
ifi ^ tun ping. 

Milk, ^chiing,^ job 







chung, ]0 hao, f{^ ^ job 
<^*i*> 98 "«* ; cow's milk, /^' 
^ n^w naJs, ^ j|| q^w 
chung, ^ ^L new job ; mare's 
milk, So ^ ma chung ; milk 
name, ^L ^ job mtng ; milk 
^^^b> ^ chan ; milk weed, 
H^ SK kan sGy ; milk thistle^ 
^ ^leu jo5. 

To MILK, a COW, ^^ kow, 
^ j^ cha n§w nae, ^. 
3J^ tseue new nab ; do. a 
goat, p^ kow ; to milk cows or 
sheep, ^ kow, ^ kow. 

Milky way, ^ ^ han hd, 
^ ^ t'heen hang, ^ ^ 
ym h6, 5^ JSI t'heen hd, ^ 
1^ t'heen keii, ^ ^ sing 

b^ ^ ^ y"" ^^"> ^ ^ 

han shwuy, ^^ j|g t'heen han* 
Mill, |^ m6; a water mill, 
^ 1^ shwuy m5 : a mill for 
grinding anything, |^ lung, 
)^ gae ; horse mill, 45 ^ 
shih chen ; a powder mill, J^ 

Milt -STONE, ^ ^ md 
shTh,|§^ lung shth. 

MiLLEFoiL, ^ tsew, ^ ke, 
^ ^ kc tsabu, ^ ping, 
han, ^ "S woo keu, ^ 
teYh seaou. . 

Millepede, j|| ^ ma liih, 
it leg fo6, -^ JD5 e wef , 
... jdc ma heen, ^ ^A m^ 
chuh, .1^ ^ ma chiih, ffi JR 






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MIN 



faoifiOQ, ^ ^ Chang leu, 

bv,^keu, ^foo. 

MiuLKB, 1^ 5^ ;5S ^ °»* 
aSb the jln« 

KfLLBT, ^ shoo, ^ pe, 



Milt, of ^ fishi B leen. 



chwang seang shing telh. 

Mimosa, species of, BC *% 
fei fsaou, used ais^ for soap. 
^ ^^ _ , .^.^ ^ , To MiifCE, ^ J$ Uhe5 

Sll tang Ten, ^'#/pa«? ^''^"y' ^ ^ ^*^^ -^^ M 
^ Iszc, "gf ^ show . ^« ^chu^n, Ja^keeOr ^ 

-~-' — "^•r Tc. — ", iji^ keu. — ' 'p-*,-—! jvi --^- 3n^'l 
S keo, % per, fc i""^ : Bar. 1 '«" tseu, %\ aflh. j| fl] k wae 
badoes millet, j^ ^ kaon , ^o ; to mince meal, j^ 0^ 
•^«»&^ ^ l^aiig m\ Hj^'^^^J^J rainced meat, ^ 
^•ohlcang; millet growing ! ^, M <^'»^ i| «'*«, Hf f«in, 
lnxorkwsly, ^ y th ; dried ^ hae, S^k\j^, ^ kwri. 



-^f* >i^ scaon 
black millet, ^ ken, 







jgj leiien ts hec. ^ ^ low 
ts'hce, I^J ch^ 1(1] se flj ?»1 



M <^*'V, m ^ tsung tso, 
tse; minced and roasted, 
^ kwei tseav ; mode of 






imllet, T^ ho ; a sort of millet, 

^^teaou leang; husk of 

millet, ^ paou ; to dress miU 

l**t, ^ pcTh ; panicled millet, j mincing meat, 

^ incf, §S keen : flie Sze- . l^ou chg fa. 

chaen millet, ^ ^ taou . Mii»n, Ifji gin, /i^ ^ •la 

shoo. ' chrt, !^ ^ chun? hwae, flip 

MiLLTNFR, ^ :fc^ 6^ )J^fci<^faang, gt || too fiih, 

ch-i Dyu e telli. | J^ 1^ shang heuen, ^ 

MiLLiONT. ^^ chaflu ; ten heung,it[j ^ sin hwa5, ^ 

millions, ^ king, jg king ; . jA sin te, •(^ fff sin kan, ^ 

ahuDdred millions,^ kae, j||^ ^ sin chang ; one's own mind, 

kae, "f* ^ ^ shlh ia'h»Vn • -jf, ff^ pun sin ; in one's 

wan ; a thousand millions, ^ mind, ^ ^ beung chung ; 

poo ; ten thousand millions, ' ihe minds of common men 

kow; millions of years, ^ . cannot fathom iliis principle, 

^, wan ke6 ; the million (the -^ ^ ;^ ^^ Z^ ^ ^^l] jftj 

P^P'«5)i "^ Vid T^ chaou, ^ 1 3^ chang jin che sin puh tsuh 
J^ chadu mm. 

Mill-wort, "^^ ^ kwan 
Aung, 



ts!h taze le ; mind is incorpo- 
real and without limits, i^j^ 



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htng t'hi wo6 be^ii leang ; the Mindful, IJ!^ HJ sin seaoff j 
mind dead to an object, t{y ^ unmindful, ^^^i^" ^ "^^^ P** !* 
sin szi ; the mind alive, fj^s j seang. ^ 

y[\9& sin pnh sz^ ; do not! Mink, ^ fi^ gnb telh, ^ 1 
mind him, ^ ^ ^ife P"''^ } 1^^ woo telh ; also expressed 
tsa^ t'ha, ^ fl ^ pub le | by 3?^ pun. or by disparaging I 
t^ha ; an intelligent mind, ^I phrases, as ^ tse^n, ^ p6| 
^fl^ ^ too In min? pth ; /J^ geabu, 'J^ bea, ^ chug, 



the mind's wish. ^ ^ yuen 
^ ; the minds of men are turned, 

A rtSk "^ ?S Pn sin kcae 
pen ; an enlarged mind, j^ 
^ ta ch£ ; an exalted mind, 
^ il£S kaou sin ; a strong 
mind, Tpu ^ cb wang e ; a nar- 
row mind, i\^ ^ sin tslb, "^ 
^ leang tsih ; a little mind, 
/j^ ^ seabu k'be ; it is just 
according to my mind, j£ ^ 
^^ cbing ho woo c, to 
put in mind, |^ SS ^S sing ; 
to have something on the mind 
^ — j& $ yew yth sin 
sze ; the mind is the ruler of 
the body, .Ul^# ^ Z^ 
jjt^ sin chay shin che chob 
yay ; to emploj the mind, ^ 
It^ yiing sin ; men of the same 
mind, PI j^ ^ tfing che 
chay. 

ToMiND,^|gch^e, @ 
li> iSw sin ; not to mind, 3J^ 
3ffi pith Te, if^ O fang sin . 
to take care, ^ ifl^ tang sin ; 
to mind one's own business, 



Mine, a place where mine* 
rals are obtained, ^ k'hwang, 
^ Wt k'hwang chang ;a gold 
mine, ^ ^ kin k'hwang, at 
llj kin san ; a silver mine, 
^ ^ y!n k^hwang, ^ |1| 
yin san. 

MiNEBALOOY, ^ 5 wP 

kin shih poo, ^ ^ ^ kew 
sbtb he6 ; mineralogist, y^^ 
^ ^ ^ kiw kin shth seen 



sang. 



m 




Ming, dynasty, 
ming cbaou. 

To MINGLE, ^ ^ tsan 
tsa ; to mingle in harmony, 
^H in teaon ho ; do. in confu- 

sion, wL 5^ ^**" ^^ ' "•*"' 

hwan tun. 

Miniature.^ ?p Jf^^ 
wet seabu bing seang. 

Minion, ^j?Jipehtng,^ 
pc tung. 

Minister, of the ciown, 

chtn ; prime minister, ^ 

^ tsae seang, ^ |Q chtng 





«± la has .18, ^^ *'«""X^^ '"•°' ""'' 

B hta I a «t™i.i, ^ pS, g ">"'.«* k'li«» '»"'• 

k^;a mininlerof religion, fi^ P*"' "=*" "^"^ 

^^^ ^^ g J. 52^, mint mailer, H B 't""! 

cM Che lib .zi. it a '>'•» 

ketoti I'e ; & minister of state, 
|g]£ koohung, i: g li 



'111", rt K f"" pet, Is "O" 
tt 2L tung leeng ; niiniatcT 
of infltniction, nj ^ eze 
lot; miniiter, g ^ otoi lln. 

ni.llg^ !»'■ ''■"■ ^ '6 
l)Dfih,|g%ri!b;Ih,fo]jg| 
nehftw. 
HiviBTRT, ^ ^ chlh 

li», ® tt "I"!' J'"' it ffi 
mhjii., ^^^ (kw4n 
lithe ize, X 5c •'""S f"". 

UiNii-K, red lead, & TX 
ya^n Ian. 

M™R,iny™r«, '1) 4p ^ 
•liaou u^u <iUiy, Ife ^ *5 
liioj A minor office, ^ Tb 
[wkung. 

HlNflT«EL, Bfc ^ ^ 

eh'by aeaoQ chay, Wj[{ fj 
Atli'hiiy la chejin. It)j _ 

di huy uhbw, n); ^ ;^ ^ 

ch'huykob nhe slibw. 
Mint, ihc herb. ^ ^ po 

HS^ i6 h6; Ik # 



MlNUBT, 333 |g^ ;5^ Jl 

tab t'eaou che he; niiauet datio 
ifig, ^p wob. 

MiNDTR, small, ^ j^ we! 

ab Beo, ||£ 9( che seen, 3E^ 
f^-i*8b,J^)^«btady, gH 
_ yaou meaou, ^ ^ ygw 
wel,i|&:^pek-hang,£|^ 
aeon Icrne, ^ i^tainfr m^^ 
ifgff^toingwei, Ul».ha 
^ rneeD nif8n.^% 
ch^ melh, ^ IfQ hd t^, ^ 
% ae mcIh, |Q /J\ mi seabu, 
XX yew, ii^ chflh, :^ uou! 
l-l/meBou,^ ke, 7^ ^ hft 
S, ilil »««. Mf nieaou, !»> 
meaoii. ^ mo, ^ m?.S, ^^ 
tsiiiif. ^ tsth ; minute invea- 
ti^tion, gE9 ^ ae l9a : to in- 
veB'igate minutely, ^ ^ 
s'ang kew ; minute afTaira, ^ 
^ se ko-'>; minute particles, 
^ ]^ hadu )S, ^ ^ >Z8 
ha6u, 5^ m?i ; minuie and 
multifarious, S^^ yinshoo; 
very minute, ^ ^.ffl keTh 8«, 



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MiOTTF., >^g^ P'he^n 8h5, ! M ^ H9 ^ >^ ^^^^ ^^ 
^ ^ ^^^ ^^^ '^^^^ > ^'^^ "^^'^S 7^ y^^^ ' ^ mirror worn al 
60tb part of a degree, ^ fun ; the waist, ^ |g pwan kefio ; 
minutes and seconds, ^ ijgj the golden mirror reflecting a 
fun chaou. | thousand summers, ^ $\ 3E 

MiNUTKLY, ^|^8eancrse;;|gts'heen ts'hew kin kc^o ; 
minutely troublesome j^ ^ I the mirror of history, j^ fjg 
fan hd ; he minutely eyed, ^ j t'hung keen ; a metallic mir- 
^ meaou muh. ! ror, ^ ^ m«en king, ^^ 

Minute-book, sS m ^^ i turn? kfng ; a glass mirror, Jj^ 
tsih. ^i^ ^ Po >e kine. 

MrNUS and plus :f;^]^snn | Mirth, ^^ he l^^§|| 

keln, /JgJt :^^ yen 15. 

Miry, ^K'.W- "^ "^"S ; » 
miry road, j^ Jf^ ninsj loo. 

Misanthropy, '^ -/V kC 
" han jin che e. 
Misapplication, ^S ^fl 
^ pnh seang tiiy. 

To M!f(APPRKHKND| J@ ^^ 

seang ts'ho. 

To MISBEHAVE, ^ j^ i^ 

^ htng wet pdh sh^n. 

To MISCALCULATE, ^^§ 

swrin ts'ho. 

Miscarriage,}^ 3§ tuy 



yth ; less, 
keen shabu. 

Minx, ^ j^ yin foS. 

Miracle, ^ ^ ling tsath, 
jpljii^shin tseTh, ^^ k^ 
Peaou, ^ 1^ e tseTh, ^ ^ 
shiBg tselh. 

MlBACULOUS, ^*0^^ $ 

rhaou sfng teih sze ; miracu- 
lous conception, y^ tl3 -^ S 
fifl^ fei ydw j.n Uou urh 
saog. 

Mire, JM nS, JjS '/^ nA. 
«^^ng, ^^ nS too, ^^ 



Ian n^^ fung. 1^ han, jj^ I , hie, J^ ^^ 15 t'ha^. 
been, p jAng^ ^ naoii, ^ , Miscellanf.ous, 

'ffiyay, M^"»gi $^>lt ne miscellaneous phrases, ^f| 
shwuy. tsa yn ; miscellaneous records, 

Mirror,^ kfng, |^ ke^n, ^ ^ fs^ ke ; miscelIaneoii9 





a bright 



^ kew, ^ yay ; 
mirror, H^ |f ming kfng; a 
mirror to refl»*ct the light of 
the moon, jjf ||[ fang choo, 



pl^y* ?^ ^] tsa keTh ; a mis- 
cellany, ^ ^ chun? tan. 

Mischance, ^5^ ^-t P^*^ 
tsa. u hwa. 



f 



MiscaisP, ^ bft^ ; to do ^^ =^ p,'n^ kliob, ^ ^ keen 
WKhicf to a peroon, ^ A 'k'hoo, ^l^l«aeh6; lo io- 
hie jln ; miKhieviJUd^ ^ did misery, jM^^ kea ha; 
tgh tbbw ; a mischievous rlp- ha[>pincES and niiKiy, fj]^ ^S 
lioo, ip^ ^ yay cli hae, ^ ho fuh ; to brin^ misery on 
1^ Dee (sing; miachievoud [onc's-eelf, @ ^ flj^ 3f£ tszi 
ibost, ^ heu. j chaou ho iae, § ^ j|^ Jj^' 

HisCDXCEPiioiT, ^ ^ isze chiiiig h.i t'hae ; misery 
li'hd;-seing. jaf'erdcalh, }tiil5?aft "i 

Hisco.NDUcT, ^ f^ bwae ! fA^u m>ng ho. 
htDg, HJS $u wet. j MiSFtBTUKE, ^l^hwan 

kcae ts'ho. i i5l ^ puh h-'Lg che sze, ^ 

3CiiCRKA!»T, H ^ fei too, i 3^ 3S '^ P"'' Jj^« '«*'iu 

^^ 6^ P*'"' "''" ^"i- ; ''^'*' ^ sM ^ 3^ ""'ng yuo 

UiSDBED, ^ ft gr, hlng. ' ('"l" faao"- 

MiSDEM.ANOCB, J^ ^ I Ml BO OVER KMKWT, ^ jgjp 

kwo ihih, /|»Sg scahii kwn. j ''"'' *=^"'"^. SL i& 'wan chfng. 

To MISEMPLOY. ^ ^ ^ I iJ^'JL"^' ^^ ^ P*^*" ""'"ff- 

Jlillg pQh cho, ^ ^ U'hn j J't g 21 ^ isae e che BZe, 
yring ; to misemploy time, ^ 1^ S heun^' szc. 
Sifel^ k'hung fef kwan-; "^'^ misintkrcset; ^ |g 
ym; to misemploy funds, 3^ i ''^*^ '*^''- 

iia.ffi U"2fei' IwaoyiiD^. ! T" ""^av, St ^ W S 
Mis^R. ^{? i!t 6?; selh uae 1 ^^"^ P"'' "^^ '='''''"^' ^ ^ 
flh, i^! §§ ^ shbw tseen yu, j «**''' '5. ^ ^ «''''' ^^1. 
ig^jg.;-.nlmhan; mi-l To «,sl«*,> Jfe^] t^heam. 

«'y, ^ W ^'^^'^ f*. ^1 ^"'"' ^^ ''"^^ """. 51 ^ 

yn y<;w, ^ puh, ^ kware, 
^1 ^y" 's'ho; misled, ^ 
1^ munj tang. 

Misi.KTOE, a parasite, -^^ 
k'ha sau J. 

TOMtSKANAGB. ^^^ij- 

pan |iuh Iiabu, ^i^^^ 
|i»n K^ I'tib slinn , mitmanag»> 

K 



.J^k'heen liii. 

MlBRRABLE, j^ U'hko, ^ 

Wan, ^ hac, ^ I'hunj. ^ 
tab, j^ ^ kpu mow, ^ jgl 
kTiob nan, ^ ^ sin k'hob. 
m keen ; bow miserable ! ^ 
g^ t'bdDglBae. 

lk>'*7r iJKl .% ''^ hwaii. 



MIS 



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MIS 



mcnt, i^ ^ la'.ii lo, ^ ^ 
chlh Id. 

To MISPLACE, J^ yfk J^ 

ffe gnan puh cho wei'. 

MlBPROPORTION, ^'J"^^ 

puh seabu pQh tuy. 

To MISaUOTE, §j 

)in Bhoo ts'ho yen. 

To MISREPRRSKNT, 







tsan, ^ 



22 _ 





f^ tsung shih go yen, hwuy 
sh^n hae nang ; misrepresenta- 
Uon, ^ ^ wangr naou. 

Misrule, ^^shlli chfng, 
^i&puh chfng. 
- Miss, a young lady^ ^ ^ 
koo neang, jjg^ ^ neans: tsz^, 
/Jx iB seabu iseay, ^ ;^ 
18 'been kin. 

To MISS, ^ ^ shih ts^ho, 
3^ ^ 8M» wod ; not to meet, 
^l^ shih ying; to lose, ^ 
^ sang shih, ^ ^ shwang 
shTh, y^ t'hang ; not to bit) 
^ ^^ puh chiiniT : to miss an 
opportunity, ^fe^shih sh^, 

6 ^ ^ ^ j''> <^''»"i? P^*J 

chwang mabu ; to miss the 
road, |§^ tsaii'r tang, [^ 
-fJC ^san wan, J^ ^ me loo j 
to miss the mark. 5^ ch'ha, 
y^ rp shih chung ; to miss 
one's aim, y^ ^ slith che, 
IS •li ch^^ Chang, <f *)$( 
tang hung, j^ 'j^ tau san ; to 



miss one's fooling, y^ ^shTh 
keo, ^ £^ lo tso ; to miss 
sleep. I^J tang. 

Missal, according to ihe 
Romanists, ^ ^ j^ 2(S me 
sa king pun. 

Misshapen, ^ ^ '^ puh 
ch5 yaiig. 

Missile, >^ ^ p'heaou 
^'^^^gi ^ ^ twan tseang. 

Mission ^'g^ch'hae she, 
^ ^ 1^ ^ ch'hae k'heeo 
che sze ; missionary for the 
diffusion of religion, ^ ^^ 
^chwan keaou chay. 

MissiVB, ^^ shoo 8in, 
^ hwa han. 

To MISSPEND, time, §§ ^| 
^ P^ k'hunff fci kwang yin, 

^Sl itl^ ts'ho kwo 
kwang yin ; to misspend roo- 

vS^iLfflll^ng fei Iwan ydng 
MfST, *^^ 1^ mung wo6| 
fl^'All inung hung, ^ ^ yen 
wo^, y^^l han£ heae, ^ 
hwuy, 



fun, 



janff 

iP<^^» l^f"» ^ ^ chung 
J chung; a white mist,]^^ 
i ung puh. 
j To MISTAKE, ^£ w ^h'ha 







I ]^h6, §ft ^ sh wo ch4ia, 1^ 

I ^ shwo ts'ho, ^ J3^ shw5 

ruh, Bf[:^ go yen, ^k'heen, 

^^ t'ho ; 10 mistake appcarnn- 

; ces for reality, K ^ ^ Sf 



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MIX 



hsatn yd mlng shth ; to mis- 
take in conversation, ^^ g|^ 
yto wod ; to mistake one ano- 
ther, ^ ^ chun kf aou ; to 
mistake in thought, ^ ^ 
Ulio Been, ^ ^ si^ang is'ho; 



To MISUNDRmSTAKD, '^ 

^ ]iC P^^h hwiiy c. 
Mite, a small coin, ^ choo 
To MITIGATE, I^J^ kVan 

»i^o6, ^ ^ k'hwaii t'hae, ^ 
k'hwau 6iing, ^j^ ^ king 




to mistake one thing foi ano- 1 8«>ay ; to mitigate wrath, J^ 
tker, ^ ^ jin ts'ho, |^ ^ | ^ seTh noo, |9J$ ^ keae noo, 
Wf^ ji'n ; you are mistaken. < ^ fl^j ping noo. 



* <^ ^ ^ "ii "i ''"^" 

tilio ; mistaken, ^ |^ ts'ho 
wod, ^ ^ pe mew, *^ p'h^ 
^hwan ; mLslaken viriue. 
^ pei tth ; do. civility, }^ 




Mjtrk, ^ ^ ma meen ; 
the Romanists use, 3^^ ^ 
cfiob kea n kwan ; a priest's 
mitre, ^ 35 ^ ts^ chob 
kwan, ^ rJ ^ Ipl tse sze 



yt\ Ye ; mistaken confidence, la maou. 



Mistake, ^^ shth ts'ho, ^ ^ keaou tea, H ^ Vobu 

^^ te'hfS show, ^^ ahth tsa, ^ keen ; to mix together 

•how, ^ ^ shth wod ; not 1^ ^ teaoii hd, ^^ jow ; to 

Ihc lightest mistake, 'j^ ^ mix with water, ^ ;^ keaou 

]Z f^ sze haou puh ts'ho ; shwuy ; autumnal lemons 

error, ^^ ch'hwan ts'ho. mixed with spring prunes, ^ 

MisTBR, ^ kun?) ^ ^ ^i& ^ ^^ ^«cw ^"^ ^^^ 

•?ang kung; Mr. Chow, ^ chMiun mei ; mixed colours, 

-J^ chow kune, I^ t0 5^ ^'^ P» y""^, It hwiiy; 

chow scane kung. ]^ '^ chow mingled, j^ ^ tsau tsa, ^ 

Iwan, ^ ^ ^ gJiow seen jang, i^ ^ tsa fhil ; mixed 

•ang. _ tip, ^5^ paui: p5, |g J^ 

MisTRfess, 33 "^ *^'^^^ ts'ho woo : mixed together, 3^ 

"100, ^ # kt*a mdb, j^^ ]^ hwnn tun, j^ ^ hwan 

knoy&y, j^JJ ^7J nae nae, ix tsa, f ^ ^ tsS wei, 

j^^fhae tliae, ^ /^ foo jin ; san tsa ; niix^^d food, 

llrs. Wang, £5c X ^^"5 *'il!^*'" P^' ^.^.f"" ^^^» ^ 
fco jin. 

Mistrust, 7f\ 13 P"^^ ^*"- 

IftiSTY, ^ fei. 




- / 








_ ts'iio tsa, ^ H hee tsa, 

3^ hcaou ; mixed meat )p[ 

1 lyl ^^ "^j «i san ; mixed mu- 




MOB 



859 



MOD 



J 

^ 



»i«) ^ ^ ^e^ ^e> mixed, clamorous mob, 'Q'j^llL^ 
breed, ^^ ^ tsa chung ; a ' pth sfng Iwau nabu. 



mixed cargo, ^^ ^ isa ho, 




and wrong, 
keabu Iwan sIk^. fei ; to mix up 
ingredients, j^y fun, J^ ^ 
la sa ; a mix lure of opinions, 
_ tselh e. 
roMOAN, BJI^ yen, 5^)^ 
teen he, "^- yen, ^^ he, ^): 
shin, Pphe, f!^he, |I0 yin, 
D^ Hg shin yin, D|| |lfj[ yu 




To MOCK, deride, Wh 3E hi 
seaou, Jgg ^ he lung ; ta 

deceive, ^ S^ ^^"S P'heeo, 
DCilk'he p'hcen; to mock 
one's prince, ^^ ^'he keun; 
to mock a female, |^ {^ teaou 
he. 

Mockery, WL ^ h^ 8z£< 
Mode, ^^ moo yang, ^g 
t'hae ; the present fashion, fj^ 
shS yang ; the Peking 



D^ Hg shin yin, D|| JffJ[ yu ^ sh^ang ; the Peking 

hew, ^ e, 5^ he, t®^ neen^ mode, ^^ 3^ kingshlh. 

l*a tseay, '^ e, f^ e, l^ yaou^ ^ Model, "J^ ^ fa Uzfe, ^ 

^ ^ s:aou gaou, ^ M yin fS ^^o fan, jj^ ^ kwef mod, 

yew, 0^ fjC teen he, ^ V^ ft :f moo tszc, ^ ^ kih 



moo fan, jj^ ^^ kwef mod, 
^ moo tsze, ^ 3^ klh 
shlh. 

Moderate, ]^gpleen tscc, 
^ ^ sang k'heen, ^ fftj 




tszc 



s:aou gaou, ^ 5gji ym 
yew,' "^ Efe teen he, ^^ 
ts'ho woo ; to moan without 
lamenting, ^ ^ ^ k'hiih 
puh e ; the moan of distress, 

^If^ ch'huy, Ojjj H^ shin tung ; I k'heen y6, f^ ying ; moderato 
a moan or sieh, ^ ^ t'han in the use of things, ^ f^ 



tsee yiing ; moderate, between 
fast and slow. |^ ^ yew yew, 
9^ ^g 6 yew ; moderate in 
eatinsc and drinking, ^ 
ji^ ^ k'hftlh shtli tan po, 

^ iS ffl y»" «^^*^ t«ao« 

yung,3^^^ffly^« shm 

keen ydng ; moderate rain, f^ 
^ ^ ^ yu shwfiy teaou 
yiing ; moderate winds, mlUs 
fung tsaou ; moderate in all 

things, Jti ?- ^ W f^" ^^^ 

keen sang ; moderation is the 

means of retaining riches, ^ 



ehing, W^tl^ehe,^ 

tseay. 

Moat, ^Jjll ^'*^"? ^^^^ ^^ 
haou. ^(j^ heue, ^^ **ow ho, 
il^ ^ haou kow,^^ \qI kow 
ch6, J^ hwang, |^ tsheen, 
^^ ts'han ; a moat without 
water, ^ hwang; to defend 
the moat, ^ ]^ i^ hoo ching 
haou. 

Mob, ^ ^ ch'he mang, ^^ 
1^ hwan tun, ^ ^ yfl mtn ; 
the ignorant mob, iR; ;5S ® 
mang chc ch'he ch'he ; a 





HDD 851 MOI 

the tsec kiu loo so h chaug foo k'heen pfih isze keu ; diffident 

jay ; hittiog the due medium, ® ^ >$ ^^ meen phe p5 

^ 1^ li jt it ^^ ^huDg ie,h. 1^# Hi 6^ leea jcW 

jfing che taeu : moderate in heuc teib ; a modest woman, 

F«*i^^lK^^^"5ia-U f|S^ ise« foo; tO give up 

kn taeen. modesty, ^ %!i ^ letu 

ToMODERATF, ffovern, Yg ch'h^sang. 

3|| cbe l^r $•] Ifi che tsec : to Modicum, — "^ yih s?ay, 

itftrain, ^ it kj" <^*^'* • ^'^ ^ ^ ^"^7 *«^"t — »^ X'*^ 

moderate one's passions, S? l*v n. /jj ^^ shabu heu, ^ ^ 

"Kft Sty^ bea sze yiih, ^\ k-j lieu. 

15 h«e yuli: to kef-p und-r , To modify, |^ fft teaou 

cootrol, |^^kC-ens:-h, ^* t'"g. 





gkwan bea, 5? ^ ^''^" 7^, i To mopulate, the voice, 
^ yd auh. "^ tj| 7^W shing yin teaou ho : 

Moderately, I^ iS ?!S ^ ^^*ce finely modulated, ^ 
kliin^ k'hing jen. ^§ ^ shing keaou cliwan ; 

UoDBRATOK, director. f§ , mod illation of the voice, 
5|§^cheyln tcih.^|9&^ ^ sliingchwan. 
cfa^hwuy telh : govt-rnor, ^ ' Moiktv, ""^^yth fun, 
^j kwaii . hinij. ^ y:h pw^^n. 

Moot RN, ^ 6^ sin telh : xMoi't, >ii sh1i, '^^ che, ']|^ 
modem style, H?]' ^ she ' juh. y§ yTh, ^^ han. -^ tseu ; 
y*'*^!^^!^^ s'*^ wan ; brloaL'- ■ moist and dry, ^]^ kan selh 
in? to the present day, 4^ f| ' To moisten. 7^ chin, jj^ 
6^ kin jTh telh, 3^ ^ S^) sow, "Jg nh, 'j]|k'h^e,^leen, 
I»5^n tsa: teih, TfC ^ g^ pun ' 1^ I w, M^, se, )!^ yin, ^ 
j^h 'clh ; ancient and modern, joo. ^ JH isze jiin. -^ keaou, 
^^ kob kin ; the moderns \ ]^\j^y^n tsTh, ^j tny, ig 
•ftnotlobe compared to the | y<*w. |^ tseen, ^' Iwan 7|![| 
ancients, 4^ ^ JlB "^ kin ! fechen kae, ^^ ^ chen Jnn, 
P^io6kob. I^^bow, :||jen, f£jin, Jg 

Modest, J^ ^(> leen chhe, ', ^ p haou seth, ^ ^ ta seTh, 
^ chin, ^ §^ chin isee; |^ tsfn. ^ k'he, ^ tsfn, "'^ 




l»«mbl« and retiring, ^ ^jl. i ^*"^ ^ M ^^^^^^ ^^^^ J ^^ 



MOM 



832 



MOX 



moisten and dry again, ■\f^ 
han ; to moisten with rain, |^ ' 
^ lln IS, ^\ choo, ^ J^ yn | 
isTh ; to moisten one's pencil,' 
'^ ^ han haou, ^ ^ joo 
haou ; to moisten with epi:tlc, 

^ /^ "T ^ ®^**"« p^ y^ 

m5 ; moistened with dew, '^ 

Moisture, jg^ >^ cha6i^ 

8«^h> Vl ^ seih k'hi, /K If 
shwuy chth. 

Molasses, |^ j|\ t'hang 
shwiiy. 

Mole, ^ J^ fun shoo, ^ 

y^"> ^ ye"; i i^ t'hob 
choo, ^g chuno^: amoie-hili) 

MoLE-CRlCKET, ^ So ^^^^ 

koh, l^ii^ too klh, <!Ji| !&% 
mang low, !^ jo<^r, ^ 1^ 
t'heen low, if, ife^ chung ling, 
dL^t'hob cbw^ 

To MOLEST, ^ ^ P«fh iTh, 

^^ k'hoblTh, ^^ nan 

wel. 

MoLLiENT, ^ i^jf j >w jwan 
To MorLiFY, ;^ ^B^ tsze 

jun, JPg ^ jiin ts!h, ^ tsin ; 

to mollify what is parched, ]P| 

{^ jun tsaon. 

M )Ltf:k, ^i^^ choo trTh 
MoxMENT, "^f^ enb k'hjnGT. 

^ t:| kae kingr, '^ 1^ ^ 

ts« shA keen, ^j^shiaselh. 

^ ^1 sze ya, ^p^ t;c 8e« y^, 





^ setien keen, ^ 

shabn seuen, — ^J yih k'hib, 

f# S shdn seTh, ^^ t^. ^ 

sha she keen, ^ ^^ sze seu 

yaoii, ^ g^ p'heen sh6 ; oat 
a moment separated, (^ ^J 
^^1 k'hing k'hth puh 16; 
not forcret for a moment, j^ 
^ H^]£ kw< i po^ puh Wang; 
eveiy moment, B^ ^|] shS k'lh; 
this moment, j}^ ^ijtsz?* k'hTh, 

gP ^|JtselhkhIh,j(t^Jleih 
k'hth ; it was an nflfair of a 
moment, ^ ^ j^ ^J ^^ 

tsae k'hin<r kMith ; wait a mo- 
ment, 57 ^^2^J chTh tang 
pwan k'hih ; a moment before 
^fe '^ DC seen ylh h."5 ; a 
moment after, ^ — ^!^^ hf>w 
ylh seTh ; of moment, ^ ^^ 
chiing yaou, ^ ^ ya '.u kio. 

Mv)MKNTARY, f^ smb ; a 
momentary glance, ^^peS 
kwan ; a m >mentary joy, jt^ 
M ^ DC k'l.lnff k'hth Che 
hwan, ff^ ^ ;^ ^ gnb k'ing 
che h(*. 

Monarch. ^ ^ keun 

choo, TC "M* y"^" show, 
^hwangte. 1^ te, |S 
kwo chob, [gj 5|q kwo keun, 
^ 5E kwo wans:; one who 
reigns alone, ||g ^ tuh chob ; 
monarchical government, •■^ 

A^ ^ ^ ^y* J' " <*^*^ 





MON 



853 



HON 



chob kw5 I'liungr ; nniversal cliay sx^ ; die money it all 
UKHiarchy, ^ 7; — igt leeo j ^^pent, 1:^ ti ftl M Y'" ^ 
hek ylh t'liiing 1 liwa seaou ; to B|K;nd money 

MoHASTERv, Buddhist, f@ like dirt, ^ i^ itJ ± »te 
]^saiig ya :», ^g ^chaou te, | Iseen jo3 r'lioo ; plenty of ino- 
^JZ ^^S clnn^, ^ iran, ' ney, J^ ^ kwan^' taaeii ; no 
^•li*, ^ la, ]g loo, P H i nfty, ^ fe iwan L-M ; a piece 
kc J" ^n, M "»a, lit 100 I of money, — ijg ^J| ^ ylh 
•po ; a monastery bclon<^ng to 1 k'hwap yin tszh ; to coin mo- 
tile Taou «ect, ^ j^ taou "^y, ^ ^^ cho S tseen ; to lay 
yoen, ^ kwan ; a monastery l o"t money, ^ fl^ ^ fei vun^ 
acmrrfin^ to the Romanists. ! ^''-«" i to pay money, ^ |^ 

rg[|5^8ew ta'.u yuen, ^i ^^v^" tseen ; to lend money, 
J^ sew fa/iu lansf : do. for W 3^ '^'"^7 ts^'^'^ ; ^^ make 
feioales, ^ ^ ^ ^ nyu ' money, ^ y^ chwan tsedn > 
■ew ta'^u yuen. to cbanije money, ^ ^ Jiiny 

Monday, ^ — pa/? yTh, ^®**^'^ » ^'^^y "^on^^y, 3^ ^ 

H^ lepaeyth; do. ac- '*5^" taeen ; money due, ^ 

rordiog to the Romanists, fl)|f ifS ^^^ y''"- 

Monk Y-c HANG kk's shop, 
Ta ^ Ij^ ch.iou hwan u"en 



£ m clien le urli. 

MowKY, i^-^yhi tRZ2»,^_ 
^ yin tsfen, ^ [Jf tsi^ii ..,._-_ 
t«e, ^^ j^ yin leang, 1^B\±^f^^%M ^ t'hfiy 




ho tseiien. ^ ^ pth s«iien. 
Q §K pih keanii, ^ leaou, 
^^ yir^n f-4, ipl^ t^Th 
*^'U;uioJicy in aiii itiit times, 
^ ^ ho pei, gg ^ kw-i ho; 
& hundred pieces of money, ^ 
^pih kin ; copp»r money ^ 
£1 Inn^ tseen. J^ cha : iloU 
'•"; rF ^ yang tr*een ; those 
rto have mojiey live, and 
Ao«e who have no monov die. 

jiw tMeen chay bwu, woo tseen 



hwan yin tsii'^n po'» tszN. 

MoNKYLESS, ™ ^ Wod 

18 en. 

Mo.vGKR, ^ ^ shan 
koo* 

M«>'HnHA. villai^e in jVIaoao, 
1^ wang hiia tsiin. 



rr 







Mongrel, do;^, ^^ ^ ^ 
tsa chnn«: kbw, {/^ hang, ^ 

y-s ^ ir j;^°"_ 

MONITOKY, ^ J^ J^ ^ 

k^icucn keae cbe c. 



MON 



854 



MON 



MoKK, Buddhist, f^ sang,; Monopolist, ^ ^ 3§j^ 
^ f^ M shang ; do. accord- keabumae pan. 
ing to the Romanist, j^j^jCT To monopolize,' ^ ^ 
sew taou sze, Jg -fe fll ^ tun ho, ^ ^ Ian tseii, -gl 
||f| yin keu sew taou teth. ^ paou Ian, ^ lung, ^^ 

Monks-bane,^ khin, ^ ^'f*^ ,^iC ^^ew, ^ ^ pa chftr 
woo t'how. ^Slt '""g twan, |^ TJJ ^ 

Monk's-beard, jt t^ W •& ^"** ^^® sang 6. 
Vhob ta hwang. I Monsoon, norih-east,^iJ2 




Monkey, ^^ how, ^ ^ 
how isze, }J^ :J^ me how, Jf 



^ yay pin, Jj^ yuen, -jQ^ tseu 





J jang ; a fcujale monkey, 
ke6,^}iki'k.^^ keu; like 
a monkey, ^jj;- ^ how hi ng ; 
a black monkey, ^I^ yew ; a 
long-tailed monkey, ^ hoo ; 
a monkey with a prehensile tail, 
^^ naou ; the solitary monkey, 

i^ fe ^^^ y"®" > * sort of 
monkey, ^ yew, ^ kea,:j^ 

$|, how sun,^^ t'hing, ^^ 
|^wojfi,n,^^luy, ^yueu, 
J^ j/iP tsan how, ^ seu, ^ 
^ lang k'hang, ^^ ^g jow 
t'hing, ^5 woo, J^ 1^ ma 
low. 

MoNocuLus, or kin!]f'8 crab, 
M || M. I'^-' kins yf,, /|j 
^ C^ shabtt yang yu ; the 
monocuhn. or one-ey(3d. can 
still see, fj? ^g ||f meaou 
nnng sh^ ; monocuius poly- 
hhcmus, w how. 

Monogamist, ^W^C — 
^ tiih tied yth tso ch^y. 



J^^tung pTh fung ; south-west 
do. ^ ^ ^ 8ft nan fung. 

MoNSTKR, ^Q J^ le mei, 
^^ yaou nee, '^ ^ kwa4 

yaou kwae, ^^ J@^ lae kwae> 

^ *|^ tsing kwa6. 

MoNSTKous, ^ '^ k'hft 
kwac, "j^ % koo kwae, |||^ ^ 
kwei kwa^, '^^ kwae Uung» 







^_»#^ 



kwae e, = 





keiih 



kwei, ^ kwef; a monsfrouB 
production, *S^kwae t'bae. 
Month, ^ yuS; the first 
month, xE )| chfng yue ; the 
second month,— J^ firhyuS; 
a month of three decades, — ^ 
mJ san seun ; the first month 
of spring, ^ ^ mang ch'un ; 
the second do. ^ ^ chun^ 
ch'hun ; the third do. ^ ^p 
kwei ch'hun ; the month of 
confinement, JfS f] tso yue ; 
a month after do. ^ n mwan 
yui" ; a mot)tirs work, /J ^ 
yu5 chtng ; a month of thirty 



tioo 



85f 



MOH 



yoe ta ; a month of 29 do. >J^ . moon's nodes, fljj keaou j ihc 
^Bf seabu Uin ; an intercalary moon about to rise, fj^ ^ 

month, P3 ^ J^" y^^^ ' ^^ ^^'^ mung lung ; the colour of the 
day of the month, ^ —- ts'oo mooii, )}^ ying ; new moon, 
>rtj ; the last day of do. ^ 1^ ^ J3 sin yue, ^ ^^ yuc sft. 
yuc we{ ; the beginning of the ! the first quarter, J2 W ^hang 
month, ^ 35 yii8 t'h6w ; the heuen ; full moon, J^J ^ yue 
end of do. ^ ^ yue woi ; the , wang ; last quarter, f% ^ 
first decade of the month, j^ hca heuen ; eclipse of the moon 
^ shang 8e(in, Jtl^ shang J^ ^ yu^ shih. 
ban; the second do. x fij ' Moon-uoht, )^ aae, J^ 
ehong seon ; (he 3fd. do. "p flj^ wei uimg, ^ ;^ yu^ 
iQheasoftn. kwang, ^^ tun, 5|j[; tun, ^ 

Monthly, ^ fl mei yue, ^ kin p'ho ; a moon-light 
H H y"« y"^ 5 laottthly in- night, ^ ff)^ K .V'Vv Ivcaou 
crease, )j gj yuS ylh ; the keaou. 

monthly rose, H|^ ^ jfet yue | Moon-wori, f^ Jtk S5 
yue hftng, f\ 1^1 yu« kwci. I yin ts keuc. 

Monument, j^f^fS P^ ^^^i MooR, or common, ^ ^ 
S| f£ paS k^, >^ $^ shih heang suy, ^ yay ; n marsh, 
pad; monument of antiquity, j ^ tsTh ; a moor-Iien, ||gkeu; 
1^ 01 ^^ ^^^ I *^ monument a black-a- mo r, ^ ^ Inh jin. 
for the dead, ^^ tsth fun ; To voou, ^ Jj^ wan p(S, 
an inscription on do. ^ |;;g j j^ e. 

Mop, i^ ^1^ ^ Ian poo fuh. 



mod ch^ ; a n^emorial, ^^ 
k^ haoii, fEi^ k« <^he. 

Moon, manner, ;^ yang, 
^ moo taze ; humour, 
pd(fa. 



Moon, ^ yu^, 5Pc1ffl^ ^^^^^ y"^^ i «noraI feeliuj?, ^ yucn ; 
^»ig, ^^H *^'" chhoe ; the , moral rectitude, !^ chung, ^ 
moon's disc, fl ^ yue lun ; , ^m been ttli ; ruoral excellence, 
the moon nearly full, ^ ^ jj^l^bth ticuon, n^^mnic; 





To MOPK, f^ ^ fa niiin. 

Moral, |^ leawg, ^ shen ; 
moral light, *lil^ ;Ki^ ^ sin 
tang lung; moral hipfre, ](§ 




yue ke wang ; the moon 
rises to the zenith, ^ ^ ^ 
J|[ yue shing t'heen ting ; the 



t»h, flB ^ ""''^s: tih ; a moral 
essay, Igy jh ^ k lieuen she 
wan ; moral efforts. (^ fj j5C 



x%b MOR 



.- - S^ more ^ ^ to -?.v: add a 

I .* ^ ^ -^y- 5h;?ii s.'W Utile r:::r. ^f — ^ t hecn 

.,... Vih i .-^iv . 5*1. iKore. «k 

..' _ s . rurally a linch- J^ v:ii fa 'o . \i ■:- than ten 

.^^ ^ ^^ lirX ^ year's ^,x -f- ^ ^ ^ shTh 

i ■ • . vv H ral 1^ n yu ne^-n la.^ ; ii-.jr= Jiffioult,^ 

^ -^l^ j/.ii ni tj sow hang |^ y^vv nan: m::e than c- 

.. Ill ^ v?i.^^?hen iih, nough, ^ (fff ^ ^ lo urh 

rt ^'^^ ■»^»- ^'*''" ^'^*' yew yu. 

Us. .o luoialize. ^ gft t? Morzoyf.r. '5l-H- '^^^'^^ 

^^ .0 'ieAOg 5hcn y.Mi ts^:ay. T^* ^ faag iseay. |^ 

\lo)<^ss,^isTh, IJg seih, kae, ^pmj % yiw. ^JpylFi, 

'})t; 7^ hang "^^"g- ^ P'°?. ^ y in . ^ y-h, X 

MoviBiP. ^^6^J^"P*'"= -0- X'^^v tseay, :^ ^^ ling 

^:m. ^ ^ 6§ yew ping telh. wai, ;^ ^ ling yew, ^ :g' 

MoKF. H ^ kang to, ^ hwaii yew. 
•^ \\ v\ Xyew, ^ yew, Morning ^tsabu. -^^ 
>t^ hw/nu ^ keaou ; more tsabu shin, /^j^ i5hin^ shin, 
:Kavy, ^^ to chung,^|| ^ ^ siih tsabu. JL tin, ^ 
koa.^u chiing ; more and more, too, ^ cha ju. ^ lieabu. Bf 
^^ ^ ^ y^^^ ^ ^^' ^o*^ ^**^^' ■ i^'iornin,- and evening! ^ 
yu yu,^^ y^h lo; the Ion?- ^ diaon seih, ^ ff^ chaou 
ci the more difficult, "lU 7v M ^a": -^ ^ ^'"^ou gan. ^^ 
1^ yii kew yu nan ; to ask for sah yiy. -^ Bjg t?a^n win, 
more. Iff jfiE ishinj ylh : more J9 ^ un st^Ih. ^ ^ chaou 
than G cubilr?, "^ ]^ ^ luh hwan. ^ ^ rhaOu ino^ ; the 
ch'ih lieu : more than 7(i years morning bell. ^ ^ he&bu 
t" a^o. ^ J]^ *t • "^-'* cijung. UiS] hru : morning li^hl, 
hod iseih shlh. E ^ "f" ^ M *^«"h. ^ plioo : the morn- 
^ yu 5i|rih seun : nv">r.» or less, injr sun. ^ hin : whoever 
JfB il$ kea keen, Jtll^ >ha"!j would efllct anythm^ must 
hea, ^^ S '^^^ y'*'^- ^^ employ the morning, Jff^ f^ 
yiih tang: the more he has. the ^{CM^ » 9T ^^^ '^''^o ^^^ 
Immbler he i«. ^ ^ i^ ^ l^»h chow hwaii hin: the 
vue yew yuc khi-tn. niuo'i nioining star. ^ B^ k'hc 
luoie. "j^^ ^ ya shuj .^ i-iil.- rn.Uj; uw :r..MniP,' t:oni i to 7, 






mo: 



So 



UOi 





jhv slid ; do. from 7 to 
shin s.hi ; this morn- 
kin tsabu ; morn- 




tog, , , , - 

ingr and evening service, ff[ 

j^ tH[H shin selh k{ng le. 

Morose, -^ ^ ^ ^ «3n^r 
iTi4, — ^!±^ y* Bhe 
tliob k'he. 
. Moaaow, QB Jft^'*^? ^«^" 

MoR8EL,]Sse6, — ISfylh 

leeD. 

Mortal, '^ $S fi^l ^^^y i of a Chinese door, f ^ niaou, 
izi telh ; mortal infirmity, pS j ^ ''«» ^ «• 

R6 juh yen fan t'hae, i Mosque, called by Mafaom- 
keuen tseth ; morially medans, ^ ^ ^ fe pae sze. 
wouodcd, ^%^^ ^fih j MoscHETTo, !5(^ wan ; mos- 
ihang cbc szb. I chetioes and gnats, JJ ift 

Mortal, a human being, j wan juy, jfe^j^ wan mang; 
)^ ^ fan t'ha6 ; mortals, "jB; moschcuo curtains, ^ ^ 



MoRTiPiCATiox, gangrene 

f5 "f^^^ SI «^^» >^ i>C Un: 
'^^Y M^iS^ ^'^ J^^>h chwang 
j^ ^ jSF nh juh chwang 
grief, 35 ^ yew mun, •t JJ 
sin yew. 

To MORTIFY one's passions 
^1^ k'hihyfih; to mortify 
a person, ^ ^^k*he sha. 

Mortise, [U] yabu ; the 
mortise for receiving the pivot 




Mortar, for pounding, |^ 
kTicw ; a stone do. /|S Q 
ihlii k'hew, 2^ foo ; a small 
mortar, ^ fan, ^ t'han ; a 
mortar worked by the foot, j^ 
tlii ; an iron mortar, ^ ^ 
tliee k'han ; a mortar for 
throwing shells, "^ ^ ta 
chdng ; cement, |5?C '^^uy, Jj^ 
>)( n^ shwuy. 

SIoRTGAGE, ^SpL teen; to 
mortgage lands and houses, 

HW^^ ^^" ^^ ^" 
(sih ; a mortgage deed, sSjm ^ 

'j^ ^ teen uh che k'h^. 

M0RTGAGEE,ffi33tr*J;U (hoo. 






wan chang. 
Moschiferus, a musk-deer, 

shay, Wt shay. 
Mosquito, !^|Srwan min^ 

)g; i^ wan, ^man. 
Moss, S^hwan e, ^ 
8hthfa,^mei,^|^tae 
»«eni 5S IIP wa sefen, g ^ 

^e ch'hC^ a shih e, :§ 

shTh juy, ^ ^ tsing tae, 
(g^uh yew, |^ t'hae, iS 

^^'3lk ^®*^" » ^"^^ mois, 1^ 
H ^ plh lang sen, ^ 35^ 
shoo e ; moss attached to fir 
^rees, ^ m nyti 16, ^ Jg 
Sling 16 ; a moss-grown wall 
seen peTli. 






MOT 



858 



MOT 




Most. ^ the, jjQ tseue, 
t«^uy, ^ — te yth, ]g _ 
ting shiner, "f^^ »hTh fun, 

S@chekcTh,:Jc:?:^^ 

ta puh kwo tetli ; niOBt admi- 
rable, j^ ^ tscuS meaou *. 
most important, ]^ ^j^ ^ 
tsiiy yaou kUi ; most excellent, 

^ 9^ ^®>" "^®* i ^<^'' ^'^® "iost 
part, :fc ^ ta yo, ic ]^ ta 

iwan, 3rC "W ^ k'haS : most 
in quantity, ^ ^ ch6 to, ]^ 
g^ tsuy to ; most extraordina- 
ry, ^ ^tt shi'n e ; most com- 
monly, JgL /^ liiy Uze. 

Motf., iu the eye, fl^ mei ; 
fault, ^ sang. 

Moth, in clothes,' j^ ^ 
yu ; the candle moth,^ 
fei gno ; silk-worn moth, 

Mother, -^ mob, -^ j^ 
mob ts'hin, j|S neang, AH wan, 
W heuen, J^ te, ^ ntio, ^ 
peth, U koo, JlP me ; mother 
of a family, g j^ yf n tsz^ 
jl^ tnk ; mother and child, j^ 
^ mob tszi ; an old mother, 
is go^'» ^ ^ heuen tang : a 
late mother, 5cC© t'ha^ kciin; 
a mother living, ^ ]^ "|> 
uzS she hea ; to weep for one's 
mother, 5^ ^ kliuh shay ; a 
mother's womb, -Qr ^^ mob 
t'hac ; a mother's brother, 'f^ 



ther's wife, jff* kin ; a litis- 
band's mother, *|*^ koo; a 
wife's mother, -j^Qf {7 yb nio& ; 
mother eartli, ly db mob fob, 
jgQ wa n ; a mother's brothei'^ 
S^ sang ; step-motbei% 



son 












"j^ ke mob ; manmia, 
ma ma ; your mother, 
Hng tang ; my mother, 
kea mob ; a tender mothet, 
■^ tsze mob. 
Motherly feeling, 

»ll? ylh p'heen po sin. 
Motherless babe, 
gae tsz^. 

Mother o' peabls, _^ 
^ yun mob kuh, ^"t^ choc 
mob. 

MOTHF.R-WOBT, ^T Q y* 

Ueen jih hung, "g^ Jg k'hob e. 
Motion, f^ ||l5f hingtiing, 
^ ifthwbtung, ^ gjf yadu 
t«"^» ^ ® ^sbw tiing ; ia 
motion or at rest, ^ jt hinsr 
chJj, flltlnngjhfe, ®!|^ 
tdng tsing, Wl ^^ W) ^""g 
pilh tiing, ^ jj;; keu chb ; a 
movement, ^lelh ; a motion 
by stool, ^-^Itap^n; the 
motion of insects, ll^ ^ jo6 
tung, 1^ juen : the origin of 
motion, ^ ^ 1^ tung cho 
twan ; the motion of the hea- 
venly bodies, J^ JH t'heeu 
ydn ,* the motion of a carriage, 



$1 mob k'hew ; mother's bro- f^ heuen, ^ }£ ^ Ift keu 



MOy SJ9 MOU 

che faou lung. to more riov.r. ^ ^ lo move 

MonoNLCBs, ^ |||( pu^i lictitly. ^ || j>ht^n p'Keen : 

tang ; the eyed auHiouless, ^ to niore tLt trvec. ^ § ya/jii 

I^BMO. ' mflh, f^ bcu:-, Hfi| heueo : lo 

Motive, 3^ §1 e sate, |^ ^ more the Ii|i5, ^U. iffio . 
% klie keen, £ l|g k'he lo more about gUdir.^@ 
twin, >tC 4!: pan sin, ^^ «ccn teen ; lo move the feeL ^ 
c keen. j q| yew jane ; to move aboiu. 

JloTLEY colour, iS&^ BI j^o viR ^ c*iio tin, £^ 
sA- t^eangj jg{ koa ; mored meo- 

Mjtto, |g 9 lemuh. tally, ^ saou, ffiueih, ifj^ 

To MOFE, ^ lun?. ^ ^J y"«'- xS. la" : mored by the 
J^ 'cnj: ^ ^ >" '" *»^- ^'*"^> ^ ID P «=«>a tdne jg 
^f^kkn tdng, JSw '^ Icp^^^ouy^Q^iUiorinjaboML, 

»-tJi «t6, ^ 2aou, Ijl uaou. ^ ^ y5 ye, Jjfj pJia-:. 

^ ban. |g ^ chiQ tang, i^ Motcable. 1^ ^ ^ k'hb 

juy, K chin, ^ Bung, :^ . uing tcfli ; moveable types- ^ 







lonsf. fl^ c. miiii; lo move; sijvkdhs, g^ >^ iljiag 
the baud, ^ ^ yaou show : kiug. 

to move quickly, U yen, ^ ' Mori.n. for casting, made of 
■hen, |g^ yfin;, jH ^ yth ' earth, g hing : do. of earth, 
yaou ; to move the heavens, \ ^ yung : do. of bamboo. ^ 
Htl ^ tiini* f h^n ; to be mov- j fan ; do. of iron, H^ fan : do. 

*^! SI ^ ** ^'^"gj 3lS ^ ^^ wood, ^ moo : a mould ia 

cfien kan, ^ HU chin tung, general, ^ k'heae, ^ chlh, 

i|^ ^ lung tiing ; to be mov- f^ f^ moo Gn, ^ ko ; a 

ed by favours, ^ M kan mould for cabling metals, 0| 

gnan ; to move a ship, ^ ]|^ jui^; a mould for tiles, ^ y^h; 

i eh wan ; to move an array, ^ earth, f^ ne. it tliob, ^kuh, 
^^keun, ^^hfng ping :«^ Jang: black mould, Xp 



sing, ijfi tain, D<U yaou ; (lamp, yd, \1| g san ling, ^ y6, 
^ mei, 3^ 'ifj chin jio ; | ^ glh, ^ sung, ll^r ll^fung 
mould on the lop of vinegar, chant;, ^ e, ^ ^ Uelh lelh, 
and other liquors, ^ §!§ P^ ! >!^ ^ l<ee iieS i mountain tor- 
me, a kedh. ) r^isM M ^' "<•. * * 

To MOULT, (^ peaou, B§[ 5^ lis ^'^^ ahwuy keen ke ; 



^ t'h6 ma6u ; as birds moult 
their feathers, iH .^ Sf ¥ 
joA neaou sze k'hth. 

MouKD, ^ fung, ^ chun, 
^ chuog, ^ i chiing t'hob, 
Ji. fow, ^ k'heen. Jc k'hew, 
gg Itns, ^ liih, SI lung, i^ 

I'll, iS P"'^^ '"y. ^ low, 

jgiffi hcu. ^ taou ; a small 
mound, ^ :g: poo low, )^ ^ 
kwei lln* ; a mound of enrthi 
Ji mef, ^ taou, i^ nclh. ^ 
p'ho; a hiuh do. J^^ kaou 
p'fao, ^ ta ; a mound of eand, 
y?^ aha t'huy, 1^ chang. 

To MouxT, n<)cend, JY -t 
fltiing shang, (^ tse, f^ yd, 
1^ nee, 1^ shing, ||- ahiitg : 
lo mount and fly, ^ yang ; to 
mount up lo heaven, ^^ 
lang t'heen ; to mount up into 
the cloud, ^9 ^"^ y^" '< '° 
mount a carriage, ^^^^sliinq 
keu, ^^ ahing kwati, f^ 
hcsc, |g kga, ^ ii tang kea, 
^^ tang keu ; to mount a 
horso, ^^ JSg ahing ma, ^ 
mrh, . t J^ Bhang ma, Ig ^ 

Moi-rssTUN, Jj snn, ^ 



a mountain pasi,!)^ filh, llj^ 
hS ; a mountain fog, J^^ Ian. 

MuvKTATNEERa, \X} ^j^san 
man, ll^ Uang, ||^ 1^ kaou 
gaou. 

MniiNTAiNOua, ^ k'han, 
ili^^kniiygn, lllg M kau 
y5< "flji ^^' keu yin, g iBuy, 
l!^ B^ ylh tsuy, li|!|l| kea, ll^ 
y*"g. ?^ ^ k'wei wci, S 
"ung, ^ ^leCb tsiih. ll^ 
ll^ tseaou y6ou, ^ |^ ke^ 
nee, ^ ^ heaou lull, C^ I^ 
wei luy. 

Mountebank, ^ ^ 16? 
#sl,\kwei U clijy, il^ 
^fe^ ^ A ''^ '''i I'f'eaou 
hflw che jIn. 

To MOURN, ]^J3 sac k'heih, 
S5ig,->ek'hul,,|jmin,m 
teaou. ^ ^ tenon azi, ^ 
yin jPkcnnq; lo mourn for the 
diad.^^keii Pani- 

Mournful, jjEI ^ tesou 
cliang, ■^ cliUB, ■(■»£ chun, jlf 
chun^. g chuy, 1^ saou, g 
. j^ heuen, "^ hwilh, ^ 
keung keung, ^i keung, 
- - *tin,^3Si lei IfiS. |E Iciih, 
^ ner, ^ aeiih, || j^ yfih 



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1100. ^ --1.2r. •^ *WH I A 

B^^riie kill*: -^-2- ^ '•*• 5^ *^""^ ::*:«i2U tiit 

bn-** fli. ^ '1^ ^ L'uii £ Ii :v 111? ijfrf :■ .:.- 

LStfi::. IS !•• 1- n»>.j"— Lx u:«.j«i i— tjs^ l -t;» :•-••: *^ 

'^it^^'^rLZ• ^S ~" * :-:?:: "-lit n.i'iu. ^ U 

ikdi of c^'^n-r. BE IS O 3|"g' in t •:'▼:: Jt 

bo IKW i'">5 M^ ^ =»:>vm 2i:»:2.1* ^ ^ *-*■ * 

far ihr** year*. 35 ^S nP 3>o-il "±it 1= ritris^ 6»«:t« Q 

nog San e-%-'' ; <i'^ fw i::::e O^^ k'li.v c-:^ si ir 

fer fi« niOEi ii? /h^ **-^- M-TTH— 1 :f "Ri:*: $ 

knng ; do. fcr on* re&r. ^ IS . U ^ 7^- **= •- '"^ -' "'-^ " -* 

Irfn ftih. 1^ IS k^ ^-"J : a Ir i iiiO--iJ-: fS^ FT ^J # 

mournia^ rap ]^ ^ v^n .i^vraQ k'niv :i-e i: 

kwan : nMioaal ijjOTirri'uj. ^ M rrHrizcE- '.:''-" j:.= -r-- 

m kw.\. f:?j : lo put o!f aiouiD- meci; |q§ isf j. 

ine.^ SS sh;h fuh. To m w. XI] * ^' ri-: ^ 

Hoc8£, /J^ 1^ seabu shoo. cLaou. ^i] i,-^ ^] .=..=.: j. ^ 

laba shoo uz-, 8ff jin, ^f X'l ^ « ^= ^J^' '^ ^ ^'"^^^ 

ping, IE tho, ^ k waug, |f .M x ^ . X ^ ^'^^^ ''S'rf? 

t«lh;a species of mouse. ^ Mr. a= M: Tsae. ^^ 

Jff tan joo Siy-V ftM '=aekwan. 

iKw sljob. MRb at Mrt. Chin ^ ^^ 



MUD 



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3IU0 



chin shl ; Mrs. so and so. ^ 
^ mow Bfi£. 

JltCH, ^ to, IJ^che, 1^ 
fow, m teen. ^ uo. ^ sin ; 
much talk, ^ ^ to yen : 
much better. ^ ^ puh joo. 
$1 Bf nin r k'hb, H ^ kan? 
habu ; not much, ^ ^ puh 
to, ^ P^ yew heen ; too much. 
^1^ ^ t'hae to ; not much ac- 
quainted with him, ^ "/^ fS 
4^ puh ta jfn telb ; much more. 
WT ^ h6 hwang ; l'.vi«:c as 
much, 2 ^ chftng i>ei. 

McciLAGEj ^ tsGancr j mu- 
cilaginous plants, ^W^ 
jew kwiih ts'iiobu. 

Muck, ^^ fdn. 

Mud, 3J| ne, f&ne,^ hccn, 

_ncth, ^^ «oo ng, ^ 
tsclh, ^ ying, ^ kan, -/^ 
7^ meih tsctti, ^ ngg, ^ 
ban, ^jang, |g kinjPf fung^ 
^ peen, ® yay, ]^ chjh ; 
yellow mud, S5|j tun : a mud 
fish, B^ ^* ch'huy nha ; a 
mud wall, ^ go, ^ yang, 
iqf wci, i/j k'hin, ^ hiy; a 
mud house, ^l^ wa, ^ yay ; 
plunged in the nnid and not 
defiled,^n]5:^^j^ne««rh 
pi1h tsze ; a mud fort, ^ luy, 

Wr y*> ^ bow ; a mud hole, 
fi|^ ne ; mud shoes, or bog 





trotters^ p| keaou ; a mud eel, 



^ JfC ^^ sbAy. ^ ^ loo 
fo-J. iili^ ne i*cw, J(^§|| 
seih isew. 

Muddy. |§ chuh. yf woo, 
)^. neen, J^;j^iie uiog, 
chilh.U|m:b, ^ bwtij, 
lab, p(;g| y*ng nang, ^^^ 
y "i « ^2e, ^ wo, p^ bwa», 
^_ ' hwin beaou. J^ chin, 
, ^-a, J^ woo. g^ nuy 

yu ; ni'iddy water. /Q" 2^ beaou 
bwan, 2^1 '^ bwan chub, @ 
hwan ; do not make my wa(«>r 
muddy, ^^|^;f»-^*lh 
she gnb shwuy tsze : muddy 
ideas, }^ ^ chuh e ; muddy 
talk, ^^ n^ bhivj ; a mud- 
dy style, ^ ifi ^ ^ ^ "^ 
tae shwuy : muddy headed,^ 

Sg hoo toT : a muddy well, 

muddy place, j^ ^ te n«n? : 
nifiddy and slippery, ^ {^ 
]J^ ^ yu hwa nft shin. 

MtDPLED, ^ ^ kwei 
maou ; a little muddled, j^ 
woi hwan ; muddled brain, 
hwan nabu. 

MUKF, -a ^ 1^ t2 iK 

paou show teih hwa e. 

To MUFFLE, ^ ^ 

paou kwb shin nvan. 

Mug, 3^^ isew boo, ^ 
kwan. 







MVI. 



MIL 



pe Wtth, 91 seacNi. ^ J^ kiods. ^^ to y«r.g. "^ ^ 

Bie te«ou. plh ying, "p |^ plh pwan. 

MrLBBBitr uoc, ^ ^ M^^l^form, ^ ^^ — 

BUgsboo; the piper muU iBoa jaiigpk'ihjji. 

^y.jfl^chay.^ chij, :^ Mflti plication labJc. ^ 

H cboo eang : a spocJes oi ^ ^ |H[ ^ew kew ho soo, 

*■ p y*"' ff ^^"' ^ '^*°» A "Arf B J^e^^ krw io6, :^ 
|{ fi BOO chay, ^ ^ J&ng ^ *^*' *^^«« • <'»^ rule of multi- 
chay ; tbe female niiilberry , j^ ^ piicaiion, ^ jj kwci fa ; inul- 
^3C^i^y" sang, ^ ^ i tiplicAtioTi and eubtraction, 
2suig: the fruit of tbe nml- |IP0^ kwei cho^. 
'•"T'l^ ¥ "^"^ ^Wn, ^' To yiLTiPLv, ^ Ut slung 
^ MJig sliin, ^^ ^ sang soo. @ ^ yin sliing ; three 
jin, fc yuen, ]|j5p shin ; do. .' multiplied by two are six, ~ 

^^^ IE ^'''^ I ^ white mul- 1 ^ ^ 'k^'^ *^" sb>"§^ ^rli 
ktry. 1^ S pth sang. • jod liih i to iiiciease. JM f^ 

Mulct, m^vS & y<n- « ke'a pei. 

HuLR, i|p lo^ i^E ^p lo : Multiplicity of business, 
<*26, H lo, @( IS keiie te, H^ ^ ^ ^ fun fun to sze, 
gjlg^ chth inih ; a spopies of ^ ^ wan k^, ^ ^ pang 
mule, in heu, ||^§^heu keu; ' woo; multiplicity of talk, ^^ 



to von 



a supposed cross between an ass ; nuug, ^ 

and a cow, Jc^ tseili mib. Multttcue, ]^ )^ ^ho* 

MuLLRR, for rubbing paint, , chung, Jg ^ Ilu chihiij. ^ 

1^ ^ J^ mth shih been. ]?§ le meaou. ^ ^ \e clning, 

lee mec, f^ ise ; a mullet with . tsin, ff^ sin, j}^ y,}i^ f^ tscih, 
a silirery green body, ^ j^ ^ ^s«^h,^^ chwans?, ^ '«» 
pih t3ze ; a kind of do. ^ WS tan, ^tsuncr. ^ too, )%l 
taoa, |§ ^ chuy yfi. ' ;^ keih tseTh, ^ yin, """ 

Multangular, ^ ^ to|chin^. 2< p^ chingmin, 
Ite6. ! sin. ^'keun, 3^ ^luhluh, 

Multifarious,^ ^ fan ^ JlpJ, ch uv chiiiij? ; a niulii- 
to, ^^tsung tso; muUifa- tudeof voice?. H^ch6,^ ling; 
rioos affairs, ^ ]|$ ^ |^ he listened to (he niurmurin^s 
choo pwan sze woo ; of many of the :nuluiu(lc, f J^ ^ Jv 

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MUR 



^MUj. [uiricc. jjy^ ^ 1^ '^J 8*»e 

^ faM fo ■) sh.'^ k«*iin ; (I) niuider an 

^ ^ V- T :rir ;iy:.ii:. aiuiir, f ^ ^ ^ fl^ ^so sze 

^* "^ - ^ V 51^ ^ ^'*" ''^'^ tsing, ^ J^ cliinjrheuiig. 

* • ? - " MrRDKHER, ^j^ ^liciin^ 

" T >V^*^''-' ^' '^^"^ ^ A '**^"*^g ji"i ^ ^ 

# ^ . . .' "^ ^ rfff '*c""S show, ^ |g fef lew : 

=8 jET ^ ^ ". ■ '^o->5ze. one who plots I'^^ii'^l^^^r. ||^ ^£ 

^1 ^ "t iielh 5ciQ '"^^^' 1^*5 heun;j fan. 

MiRDEROi a, i^JS,^ ts5 
i . :^ ^ P 6?I «z'^ t^'^i. ^ ^e^ ; yonmurclcr- 

?? -> . < ' • . . r".: ^.ir.ie f?0 szt? teih no5 t«ag ; a miir- 

.^ -S* ti ^ ^::^. tti^ ^K r JUS spirit, ^:^ ^ slia k'he. 

^^•^: MtfREX, a 8|)ecics of shell- 

scucn; a mure x shell, blown 

S ^ ^ 6rJ ^* ^J;^"^ # 41 '^Sang Id, 
f f??? ^ cl»''»"y 1<^ ; murex spi- 

nasa, :^ ag^ ^ 4^^ chaug 
tsuy lerli 16. 

MiRKv aruio:jphere, iS' e 

>\ fe Be t''<«>n yin chhi, ^^ 

, >S S ?*-uu -li; ^ ^''»^^en yft) m^i. 



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.. .-innr- "•"• a^^ainst heaven, ^ ^ 

• ->* lo \ui.-n J'ljcen ; to murmur a- 

^' '>• ;.:• .".•;r>!u ^f»'"=^^ »»^"» m ^ ch''^ ioo, 

f T 5^- A '^5 Jff J^^* "^^ ^ .'""^ murinur. 

^% ^ %^ >^* • •• ;- MiRMiR ofm^ecrs, W-^ 

*-•♦>* ... v-iiui vaou. 



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yaou yaou. 

MiRR.UN. ^ho. 5|5? tVaon, 



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new yang pin^ 



HuKRAYA exotica, J^ Je 
"^^kew le heang. 

Ho8 species, ^^ shoo. 

MCSA COCCIlfCA, ^ ^ 

(I tseaoii. 

Hose A carnaria.or flosli-fly, 
^m tsang ying. 

McscLE, 8liellfi8h,8^pang, 
^^ ho tseang, |p p3en ; a 
cockle, i^ heen ; a kind of 
nwgclc, ill 4]8$ kSen yu5, ^ 
H kwei luh, ^ fi§i tsaou 
han ;a large do. ^ ^ ping 
kcih ; the pearl oyster, ^ 3^ 
paagchoo, 4^ J^ pang ho, 
l^pang; the muscle kind, ^ 
!pj hod wiih ; the muscles of 
the legs and arms, ^ chow ; 
the muscle of the human body, 
If kfe foo,f^kin,g^tan. 

Muscular, j^ne ; muscu- 
lar part of the body, W^^e; 
rouscolar strength, ^ "fj kin 
lelb ; muscular fibres, ^ ^ 
i36w Te. 

Muscovy glass, or mica, ^ 
/f ^ tsecn tsaii che. 

To MUS E. j^ ^^ sze sijang, 
iKlil ^ liwuy ; to muse on 
^ilh pleasure, j^ 3^ ^^^" ^S- 

A shen hwiiy ch^hang telh 
Byujln. 




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^oOj ^ ^ ken soo, jt »_, 
t'hob keun, SIS^ ^ ke tsung 
t.2i,||^keuung, ]^ fC 
tsabu koo, ]^ ^ teaou hoo, 
# ft heang sin, ^ ^ 
choo gae che, ^ twan, 
chac, ^ tsung, ffl| shiin, 
t9"», ^ keun, ^ H lah 
kwan, Ji{ ^ ch'hiih euy; a 
plant of mushroom growth, 
^ S chaou keun, ^fC ^ 
miih kin ; a kind of mushroom) 
1i^ <ew , ^_pB shoo kc. 

Music, ^^ yin y6 ; mu- 
sic, women, wealth, and gain, 
M&^^] shingsTh h6 le ; 
loud music^ "I^C ^ ^ y^ J soft 
music, j^ ^ se y6 : music 
proceeds from poetry, |f^{lj[^ 
^y6 ch'hiih hoo she ; instru- 
ments of music, gg §§ yo k'e ; 
a music book, ^ |^ k'hin 
p'hoo. 

Musical stones, ^ k'hlnsr, 
lH ^ p'heen k^hlng, I^ ^ 
tlh k4iiilg, ^ hcaou, ^ 
keaou. 

Musician, ^^^yos^.e; 
bands of musicians, f^ ^ 
k'heen choo, >pjj ^yuen yuSn, 
f^AlfnSJ1n,^&lingian; 
master of do. f^'^ling kwan; 
inferior players, ^ ^ yo hoo, 
^ ^ ch'huy show. 

Mustc, g^ ^ shay heangf ; 
p sliay heang ; the mu:)k- 




MU3 

deer, ^ ehay, ^ shay, ^ 
yaou, ^B sang ; a eoit of muek 
nnimalj^ ^ lce« k«uh , 
speciea of musk de«r, g^ 
chaog ; the miuk hog, J^ ^ 
sliay kilh. 

MnsKiT, j^ ^ neabu 
ch'htiiig, jl^ ^ n»abu tseang; 
inuskel bar4^el, M^ lung. 

Muslim, ^ ^8e poo, Jtl 
f^ ^ kea sha poo. 

MosADiTOjIg^waD ; a kind 
of, H^ ^ helh heang ; mus- 
quiloea and gnats, g^^ wan 
i«y. 1^ <^ P^ neabu. 

MoasANDA, Chinensifl. |l| 
^SgsanpIhtan.^^lS^ 
pib y« tsa^. 

MvsstiLMAif, |gj ^ hwfly 

taz^, 13 10 A *>wfly IiwOy 

jin.Igl^liwaymln. 

Mvsj, ^ peTh, .^, ^ 
peIhlmg,^:^^^|§{|8habn 

pah uh teih, ^ ;|C {f ^ 

mSeo p3h tth lolh ; you must 
foout-^^l^v ffi^ nfe 
woo peril ch'hfih k'heti ; must 
l>e atler.ded to, ^ ^ woo 
y*^"; 1^ ^ woo seu ; you 
must repeal the name of Bud- 
dha, without intermission, fS 
jujt ^ !^ i^seu nSen fiih 
pQh twan. 

Must, new wine, H'Je, ^ 
gt'heent,fe«r,5@ — ^j^ 
Ht '»^w yili suh urh chlng. 



« MOT 

Mustard, ^ ^ kea^ tit ; 
the mustard plant, ^ |{^ kea^ 
tsac ; musiard in powder, ^|» 
^ kea£ md ; musUrd seed, 

chting, ^ ^ soo bea€. 

Mustaches, ^^ hoo, ^S 
isze, ^ ^ tsze kelh, ^ 
tsze. 

Muster, sample, ^ ^ 
yang tsz^ ; muster chests of 
^^1 ^ TO ^ yang BSang 
cb'ha; a muster of lea, ^$1^ 
ch'hii pan ; like the mugier, m 
^ cha^u pan, ^ ^tiiy p5n; 
inferior lo muster, ^ ^ Jtt 
piili ttiy pan^ 

To MUSTER, ^ ^ laelh 
hwu'y.^C^keun laelh. 

Musty, jg 7 mei Jpabu, 
^ ^sang mc(, Jl^shans 
mei ; damp and musty, 39 JB 
^ ^ cha6u seTh mei Ian. 

MUTABLR, RJ".^^^ k'ho 

ylhteTh.^K, l^^vfing 
i kaj pS^n, B^ ^^ 6^ kni 
"'' ^^h, H ^ ^ 2K 6^ 
kang hwan tjli lae lelh, "^^ 
— !c 6^ muh yiw y!h ting 
'*^. W H ^ P9 chaSu san 
wan uz6. 

MuTATioN) ^t bwa. 

Mute, ® ya, ^ J^ ya pa. 

Mute, at a funeral) |^ mio, 
^ W" ^ Pf tfi Kaou chay 
isac niQn yay. 



To l-OTlLATE. ^ ■^ ^»J 

diaog, Jgg ^ taan hae, 
ilwBD, ^ chS ; to mtriiluie 
u a paanhment, ^ 7p] jiib 

hing. 

HtJIINBER, K® S A 

fiofhow tniih jin. 

To MUTINY, '^M^^ 

fel pwan chang chay. 

To NUTTER, ill a low tone. 
|§ IJl Dung nung, |g ^ 
(MO yo ; to iniitier iiiiJisLinclly< 
in ft| ^ IS IBZ^ t'^Z'^ ao 
■n,^l4||^n£ n£n : the miit- 
lerfngof a swallow, ^ ^ ^ 
^yin ynltg nan. 

MDTTOM.^^ySng jiT" ; 
a shoulder of mutton, ^p ^ 
yang shi ; mutlon brolli, ^ 
^ ^yangjflh t'hang. 

McTnAL, "^ seaiig, ^ ;JK 
hoo seonff, ^^ jnng ; mutual 
regard, [gl 22 hwfiy lioo j mu- 
tual benefit, :^ ^ seang ytli, 

ffi ^ M ^ 1^"S ^%P^^ 
ylh ; mutual IrafTic, ]g ]^ 
t4iDng aiiong, '^ tuy.; mulual 
slander, ^ ^ wei go -, mutu- 
al intercourse, ^M 1^ °^^"° 
ya ; mutual relief,^ ^ seang 
k]£v : mutual help, ^ ^ ^ 
^ seang pang seang tso6, ijf^ 
M| te le ; mutual confidence, 

TO W"e**'g ^'°' ^"?" It**"" 
foo; mutually dependent,^^ 
ife "fet ''°^ aeang e chang; 



if MY 

j mulualjy blended, i^ 3K''"»'»g 
keaou, J^ ^ keaou ]io6 ; mu- 
tually acqu«int.<i, S ^ 49 
p( t'hung che si'aii^ shih , mu- 
tually agreeable, ^ :f| seang 
till ; mutually interchanged jft 
fflK.iang, WffiffeS 
seu seang laa t^ ; mutually de- 
Biro«.of, llfe^^^ uzi, 
he l.-*angyuoii. 

MuzzLK, mouth, ^chuy ; 
wliite hirse with a. .black 

"--••I", it ® H K pii. 

a hrh duty : a muzzle for 
coveriug thu mouth, ^ j^ 
lung 16 

Mv, '^ g§l gni, teTh, ?|? 
pfin; my coutiiry, $^^ y 
gnb che kw6 kea, ?)t f 
pirn kw5, ^ ^ |,^ k^a ; 
house. ^ (^ aliay hca, f 
p^ shiy, ^ IS p^ leu, f 
pS fill ; my fuiJier, ^ ;^ kea 
too, "Q ^ :^ tize laou tsze ; 
niy late father, ^ ^ seen 
tszi, y^ ^ sgen keuo ; my 
mother, ^ ^ kea mob ; my 
"fcle, ^^ kea shfih ; my 
brother, ^;^^ tagen heung 

, my younger brother, ^ 
jS shay te ; my niece, -^ ^ 
■JJI" shay chlb nyti ; my rela- 
tion, -^ ^ ahay ts'liin ; my 

tse^n nu'y, [?3 A nuy jin, ^ 
chu£ king,[l| ^ aaii tsej 



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till foo ; my luisband, 

kcun a; my govd man, ^ \ 
leahg jin ; my friend, |?|^[^ Pf 
yew ; my poor ideas, ^ 
pe e ; my private opinion, 
^fl tsec wei J my factory, 7fi 
^ puQ hang ; my name, ^ 
^ tsecn mlng; my scholar, 
^1"% ^)j^ seabu too: my servant, 
^j> ffr ^^^^u kcae J my son, 
'j^ ^p k'heuen tsise ; my com- 
plaint, ^^ tseon yang. 

Mygale, cemcnlaria, 3E 
^ ^ wang tec t'hang. 

MyGALK MKNTARLAjfi^S'^ 



tee tang. 



MyaiAD, ^ wan, ^ -fl" 



woo niien. 

Myself, ^ H^^'''' ^"^^^ 
^ tsze k( a. ^ -^ nieaoA 
sliin, ^ sliin, ^ i§ grih 
kung, :^:^ pnn shin, i^^ 
rshin shin : I mysjlf heard it, 

chc ; there is no one but my- 
'^elf, f^ ^ ^ ^'^''^' y«^ ^®2:e 
shin. 

MvsTFHTOus, ^i'j? gaou 
mi^aou, ^j^ i'lr keaou n»eaou, 

6:i>e,iJ5^j>^"^^^th^'l^^ 
hwang hwah, {ijf: |)c, ^ m > ; 

a mysterious affair, ^ 1^ 
ke sze, ^'^^ kS k\va3 
szc ; the will of heaven is mys- 
terious, 5^ C? ^ J5? ^^heen 



pth hinof, ^ p^ fang chhi, j^ | sin wei mea'Mi ; mysterious 



wan, rn wan, ^ ^^ w'»t^ kae: 
myriads of myriads, ^ ^ 
wan wan, ^ !^ keu wan : 
myriads of kulpas, 
U'heen wan kee. 



=f 




phrases, |^ g§ ym yii : mys- 
tcrio'is books, f\^^ pe ^hoo. 

MVSTKRV, ^i^'-fi?;^ 



to conceive mysteries 



MvaOBALANS, ^ 3j^ ko 

ni^, Bf ^ 3|t k'hb ts/.:? m:i, ! hwa^.\cu5n. 
IBJ ^ ko IsyX 

Mybrii, ^^ ^ muh yo. 

Myrtus, tormentosa, ^ ^ 



^ I shin meaou telh sze ; fhc Ro- 
nianisti use, sS S shi'nir sz 



M 




Mytilus, lliiviatilis, ^f 
pang ; do. margaritiferus, jl^l 
chay gaou. 




N 




Nag, ^> ^^ scab*! ma, 

^ ma kcu. . 

Nail, of the fingrr. ^ ^ 



che kea, JK ^ jabu kea, ^ 
jaou ; a nail or pin, ^ting,'J* 
ting : an iron nail, ^^ t'hge 



NAM 



800 



NAI' 



wnr; 



sort of nnil. ^^ ^j^ ilccca^t d |)crson^ ^p hwuy • 

|iow gow ; to drive u null, ^ j ihe tnipt ror's name, ^ ^ yu 

^ ta tiiig. I iningj a bad name, g^ ^ 

To NAIL, JA It il ife fe ' chhow ining, ^ ^ J^ ^ 

ling ting wuh : to nail to flie ' puh e die ining; to hand down 

"oas, ^\^y^ tmg sliib one's name to the latest gene- 

t«ze kea. I ration, ^ ^ H "tft e nilng 

Naked, |^ kwb, ^ ^ wan she. 
UThshin, ^^ kwangshin, To namk, R^ hwan, 8^. 
ffchen, j^ko,^lo, |3Jlo,' |jea6u, 4$ mlng,^|| ch'hing, 



g% m'.ng ; to name one's-self, 



^Ji ^ii ^Wi t'he, ^ H' S ^ isze ming j to name 
kbching. ^ lo ; to clothe the j every thing, ^ g|f ^ mfih 
naked, 1^ ^ e kb ; naked choo wuh. 



fll^^^ 'eil^ ; the naked bo. 



feet, 5^ H^ kwang keo. 



Name-sake, ]^ ^ tung 




Kakcdnzss, in the scriptn- j mlng. 
ral sense of the word, ^^£1 Nameless, ^ ^ wod 
8CW VIA ; to discover one's na- I mlng. 

kedness. S^ffif loo sew t'e. I Namely, %Jl ;J^ tseth she. 

Nandina domestica, ^ 
jff t'hecn chuh. 

Nan-king, j^^nan kjng. 
Nankeen doth, j^ ^ ^ 
tszc hwa po.S, ^ 3j^ tsth poo. 
Nap, down, ^ chiiy, j^ 
8^ madn ; a nap after din- 
ner, jl^ nac. 

Naphtha,^ 3^ y[^ shih 

nabii yew, ^ J^ shth tseth ; 

naphtha wells, T^y^bb tsing. 

Napkin, ffj kin, ^ Fp 

show kin, || kc, f|t kc, TO 

keuo. ijijf^ c, ij^fan; a napkin 
for the head, ^ |^ fan kencn, 

' ^^^^^ It ft ^^il^ J^"> !>>. 



Name, ^ mlng, ^ ^ 
mlDg tsze ; designation, §j^ 
haou, ^ ^ mlng haou : cha- 
racter, ^ tsze ; appellation, 
II ch'hing; the milk name, 
f{i ^ job mlng ; a name con- 
fcned on enterinij school,^ 
§ ^ tliuh shoo m':ng : a 
name and surname, j[3t ^ 
•jngmipg; a good name, 3^ 
5habii ming shing, ^ 
shin wan ; a name without 

thereality,^©^Wye^; 
ming woo shth, i& ^ ^ ^ 

w»ng8hTli piih ch'hing; to buy 

* tiame, W A mae minsr. 

^^ koo min^ ; a name of a 




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keae ; a napkin for dusting,^ 
rfl shih wdh kin, 1^ fun, 
i|l^ fun shwuy ; a napkin 
worn round the middle, j^ ff) 
pel kin, p||) shwae, ^^ shwuy, 
*^ hwang; a napkin used 
when battling, '^ \\i yuh kin, 
IJJJIJ ch'hen ; a napkin worn by 
ladies, ^\tlifo6 jln kin, 
^ hoc, 1^ m5, ^ joo, 
wei, IJJ^ keung, ^ ke, 
mSw, ^^ sli^, ^ suy ; a nap- 
kin worn in front, l]^ kung, 
^ mung, ^ fung ; a napkin 
for covering presents, j§ l|l 
le kin, ^ shwuy ; a white 
napkin, ^ |^ ^ pth lun kin; 
a napkin for covering a vase, 
^ meth. 

Narcissus, 3^sM^ 
kin tsan y)n tad; narcissus (a- 
petta, pJC^in^ shwuy seen 
hwa, fj^hwang^ing. 

shwuy 






kan Sling 




« ift 




cho^ 




Narcotic, 
tsabu. 

Nard, 1t^ 
hcnng. 

To narrate, 
fihuh, ^^ chuen shuh, ^ 
^ shuh nihig, ^ R^ shwo 
iwiiig, ^ tswan, (a chuen. 

Narration, fgC chuen. 

Narrow, ^ tslh, ^^ 
hee tsth, ^ /|n p'heen seabii, 
^ ^ hctJ tsTh, \^ het^, Ij^ 
tsccn, jj|{ (so. ^ gth, ^ sau. 






\^ I.'iw ; a narrow pa88,llt!|^ 
flee ylh, ^^ |gg hee ylh, ^ FJ? 

yen chung, ^ fi^he^ yac, ^ 
gih hSe ; a narrow path, 
^ he king ; a narrow 
lane, |^^^ low hang; nar- 
row and tight, ^ ^ tslh kin. 

Narrow-mindbu, /p ^^ 
seabu k'h^, |^ ij)^ p'heen sin, 
^ ft ^Jp too leang he<$ 
y^^i mis ye" p'heen, ^ 
^ hee che ; hasty and nar- 
row-minded, ^^ ^ !i^ 
keuen hee shabu yung. 

Narrowly, to escape, 
^ hing meen. 

Nasturtium hykmalb, ^^ 
^ ^ lo hwa sang ; nasturti- 
um aqualicum, %p>9V^pt8iiy 
mb tse. 

Na sTUETiON, jg ^ jg hd 
yc leen. 

Nastus, ^ >f5f shth chdh. 

Nasty, f^ ^ woo wei, ^^ 
5^ hwSn chah, |^ ^ ||^ m5 
fun telh. 

N\tal day, ^ Ssang jlb^ 
^ ^ sang tan, II 13 tan k6; 
natal hour, ^U^jV^^ sang 
teth she shin. 

Nation, |§§ kw6, ^ pwig, 
fjj ^ pang kwd, ^ He kw6 
kea, fp ^ pang kea, :^ hwo. 

National, M M m^ 
shuh kwo kea teTh ; national 
affairs, 13 ^ kwo sze, Jjj; 



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871 



NAT 



$chfnjr sze ; national tfea- 1 ^ pin show yu t'hecn ; spon- 

•«I.Htfr'^^*^2j?ination-jtaiicou8, g ^ ^ ^ tsze 

«1 expenditure, @ 9kw6 fei ; j6n sang telb ; natural endow- 

ujional seal, g ^ kwds^, '. ments,^;^^ "^ :^ :t P^ 

^}iE ^^ nd ; national insti- ' yQ t'heen die tsae, |^ ^pln 

""•^t in tit|^ ban hn yu<n. | sfng, iJ^ ^ pun sz^ ; natural 

NATitTB, l^$k^ J^ J^ disposition, ^ 1^ p'hin sing, 





lA ,' native place, ^ 

11 sang laze che le, 

teze t^, IP ^ yuen tselh, ;fC 

i|ppoQ b€ang ; native coun- 

<Vi ^ @ pan kwd ; native 

«/ a place, :4C% A P"*^ ^ 

p«, i A t'hob jtn, jf; db A 

jmn I'hob jtn ; native dialect, 
3fci|klS-pint^hwa,ii=g^ 
t hob via, §^ ^ bSaug tan, 
^ ^ p7h hw4 ; native cop- 

l«f/ © ^ 1^ ***^ j**^ ^^S ' 
to return to one'a native place, 

fS\ ^ hwAy tselh; natives 

and foreigners, ^ ^ nuy 



^ ^ tszft chlii, ^ ^ pin 
k'be, ;^ ^ tezd pin, 3^ ^ 
t'heen pin, ^ ^ t'been 8z6, 
^ ^ t'lieen tsze ; natural 
talents, jfl 7t^ p'hhi k'bth, 

^ ^ Jcl ^ ®*"* ^'^^ ^^^ 

tsze; natural complexion, ^ 
^ ^ M P^^ ''^ meen muh ; 
natural intelligence, J^ g§ 
mlngtih,^rfff ^ ;^8ang 
firh che che ; natural produc- 
tions, ^ S ^'^*^ ®^" J "*^"" 
ral affection, 1^ tslng ; natu- 
ral death, ^ ^ she" sz^ ; a 
natural child, |$^^ nce^tsze, 



wac ; natives of a foreign couu- ^ Zf^ ghoo tsze, if "J* Y^y 
^ry. i1^ ^'boo {*"• tsze, ^ ^ tSR cliung ; natu- 

NATiviTY,^,36Banp:tan;j ral influence, ^ 7^ min^ 
the nativity of Christ, J^ ^ hmg ; the natural result of 
5S li Yay soo shfng tan ; to ; things, ^ ^ ;^ ^ tsze yen 
calculate one^s nativity, ^ ^ . che le ; natural history, >^ ^ 
»wanining,JUJ^A^ft ^ .«. « 
h pa tsz6 swan ming. 

Natural, j]^ yu6n, 
^ t'heen sang teih, 5^ '|^ 6^ 





^ pun tsabu kang muh. 
To NATURALIZE Strangers, 

^ :>&" I^ *f P"'^ f^^ ""y 

^ ^^ _^ wae: a natnrulized stranger, 

"hgen sing teih, S ^^ K'^^^N B^ A ^^^^ wae tclh 



tBzi j^n teth, |^ ^ ming 
cdved from Heaven, |K ^ ^ 



jin 



I. 

Natlrally, ^ ^ t'heeu 



jA.n. 



N 



NAV 



872 



NAV 





Nature, "I^ sing, J^ Ih, f^ j guage, ^ ^ t'liecn choo. 
3^ sing le, 5^ i^ t'heen tc;} Naogut, to set at, ^ Jj^ 
nature's operation in the pro- 
duction of things, ff^ ^ mo 
t'haog ; nature supplying its 

own defects, SH ^ °^^ ^^^ ; 
the great author of nature, ac- 
cording to Chinese ideas, 'J^ 
$^ ta keun, ^§^ hiing keun, 
::fe ^ ta k'hwae, ^^)^ 
iihwang t'hccn how t'hob; 
the courte of nature, 5^^ 

light of nature, jjcli ^ ^^ 
pun t'he che ming, XL A 0f 
^ ;^3^ 3ffi fan jIn so pin 
che t'heen le; use is second 
nature, ^ ^MM ^^^^ 
kew ching sing, Wmilfi^ 
y^ seth kwan joo t'heen sfng. 

Naval officer, 5(|^ ^ shwiiy 
8^ ; superior ditto, I^JCIlS ^ 
shwuy sze te tah. 

Nave, of a wheel, 1^ che, 
hwuy, j^ hwiiy, ^ ke, 
iX kiih, ^ yay, f|| wang, ^ 
chow, $5l ^®) Wi yu* ; naves 
in the wheels of war chariots, 
ij^lg Chang kiih. 

NAVRL,|^tsS, fl^^ p6 

gang, H ^ |>e tsg.. git Sjf pc 
ise, 1^ peth ; the navel of an 
anunal, Rlfc pfe, |^ pe; to cut 
the navel, ^ ^ ^ twan tse 
ta<; the region about the navel 
is called, in anatomical Ian- 





hwiih lea 
Naughty, flg go 
Naughtiness, of children, 

|gl 5a ^^^ ^^^^• 

Navigable, "^J^ 4^]^ 
k'hb e hlng chwan telh, ^ 
^ ^ hing tlh chwau 
teih. 

To NAVIGATE the occan, )^ 
^ f6w hafe, ^ ^ hang hai, 
^ ^ p'heaou ha^, ^ J^ 
p'heaou yang ; to navigate a 
vessel, fjr fift '^^ng chwan. 

Navigator, J^ ^ fang 
j*»n» jJC ^ shv'uy shbw, f^ 
flfi ^ A b^ng <^bwan telh 
jin. 

Nausea, ^ ^ yiw wei, 

J?i§ chung yung.^l k'wao. 

To NAUSEATE, ^^^ hc6n 
woo, it ffi»i«^n ySn, ]^ ^ 
yen wo6, i^ ^ JS Ao^ 6 gbw 
si»,li3§ ^Sheenk'cA 




tung se. 



Nauseous, nj j^ M ^ 
k'hb heen woo tclh. 

Nautilus, shell, |p| j[^ 
ying le. 

Navy, ^ ^ chwan pang, 

— ' 115 ^ y^h P^"? chwan ; 
navy blue, li^^nrh Ian. 

Nay,;;^^ puh, ^ JS puh 
she, 1^ fuh, ^ Tow ; to say 
nayjlffih. 





liEJ S73 

NSAR, |{^ klO, |l^ 3^ ftio 

kin, i^ yt >«•» k'", ^ *** 

^ teeang kin, ^ hrh, 

*«. 5f Che, ^ hee, ^ pins, 
)fcpfe,jg6ho6,intselh, ^ 
IJluii, f£ tsfih. g| ke, J^ nS, 
"* irhang, $ji lio, ^- ke, 

klilh p5, ^^ lin seTh ; near, 
in aflection, j|^ tseTb ; famili- 
«.IK ^^ t'hae, Ifc pb; 

•"'"i S ^yth nub ; near at 

■rb Ia& ; from the near to the 

f^t. * S S a yew 
Drb kelh yuen; near to the 

right way, l^^k/n ta6u ; 

near noon, $ ^ pin^ wob; 

near and distant. ^ 3^ yuen 

kjn ; near and digCantly related, 
SR kin shay ; near to death, 

KM fj 7^^ i^'he woo 
Icfli ; our parents are very near 
relations, ^ "^ ^L 8 f 06 
Hiobkunf urh ; to pass over 
the near and attend to the dis- 

^"^ ^.^3^11 shay kin 
tsbw yuen ; near 80 years of age, 

^ S A + n^" km pa 
sUTh ; near about. ^ ^ to 
shabu, J[^ "p shang hea, 
jgtkangkae,:JCi|^tay6, 
1^ leang yo, V^ heth. 

Nearly, ^ )\ che chlh 





NEC 

'fi i ^'^ '»03, ^M ke va, 
mm shoo k^,K-f shoo 
i hoo, ^ shang, Jt^ 731 ^ kcih, 
1 j)§[kwuy; nearly sixty, ]^7hC 
I wang 16h ; the moon nearly 

; nearly related, H ?g» ;^ ft 
, keun tai che ts'hin, |^ ]^ 
. U'hin tseih, ^ ^ tfing iilh ; 
] not far off ^[^^ ch'a piili 
I to ; nearly two months, |^ 
\M^J^ tseangtsze leang 
I yue ; nearly defeated the ob- 
;ject, JH^U^k^hoo woo 
sze. 

Neat, dean, ^ ising, ^ 
;g^ kan tsing, ^ ;^ kee 
tsing ; regular, ^ S ^ 
ching ; adorned.^ @p chwang 
shifi ; handsome, ^^^9. 
show shih habu k'han ; neat- 
ness of style, Ǥ t'hwan 
keS ; neat weight, ^ ^ chod 
p'hS ; a neat's tongue, ^ ^ 
new she, 8^ keo. 

NEBCLiK, 3^^ ^P suy seay, 
^ hwuy; nebulous cloud, 
^ ^ kwei seay. 

Nebulomancy, ^g ^^ 5^ 
jg wang yun k'lie fa. 

Necessary, »{t ^ peih 

"CU) ^ ^^^' i^ tseun, ^ % 
yaoukin, ^^ ^ sou yiing^ 

^ ^ seu yaou, ^ llj^ woo 
pelh, ^ ^ woo seu ; abso- 
lutely necessary, 1^ ^ ts'he 



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sen, i^ ^ pelh yooti, ^j^ ^ 
§f pelh ti ng yaou, ^ ^ ^ 
pdh tth e ; necessaries, ^ ^ 
Csze foo, ^ ?P[ /C^ ^ so seu 
chewuh; daily necessaries, Q 
^ jih yiiog ; to provide neces- 
saries, H fs" W ^ ^2^ P®^ 
tsze foo* necessaries for the 
army, T^ ^p[ keim seu ; neces- 
saries for travelling, fy ^ 
hing 1^; it is not necessary, 
;^ iCS piih peib. 

Necrsbitous, H^^^^^*^ 
keih,I^Skeangfa,-^ ^ 
show k'hung. 

Necessity, ^^%^ 
^ me^n piLh tth che sz6, ^ 
^ /^ ^ nie^n keang che 

nai h6 che sze, ^ f^ cL <1 
^ pvth tth e che sz^ ; what ne- 
cessity is there ? fi(*)l2? hd peth. 
Neck, front part, ^ king; 

back part, 3^ heang, ^/tk**^'*"?' 
)^ kang ; all round, ^f 3^ 
king heang, ^ »ng, ljf| clung, 
P ® "^ t'how king kwiih, 
J® 3K tdw heang, |^ :^ 
I8h heang ; a straight neck, j[^ 
tung, i§] J^ chth heang ; a 
large neck, J^ ^ heang ling ; 
the neck of a bird, ^ hang ; 
the hair of the neck, ^ ung. 

Neckkhchiep,^ rjj p'h8 
kin, I^ keae, ^ pcaou, !^f|J 
king kin. 



Necklace,]^ ^ ymg IS, 
^ ifp ^^^S ^hth ; necklace oC 
silver. ^ ^ ya hea ; do. of 
beads, 1^ ying, ^ ^ ^ ^ 
le^n pe{ shth king ; a sort of 
ring worn round the neck, !l^ 
^ heang keuen, ^ 3^ king 

hwan. 
Necromancer, ^ hclh^ 

fachejtn,|%^ ^ 5S S 
^ ya seay md keaou t'hung 

chay. 

Nectab, ^ ^i^^ ^^' 
^ ^ mel tsfew, ^ ^ mo 

low, 55 ^ t'heen tsiw. 

Nectary, of a plant, '^^ 
iiwa fang. 

Need, want, jKtII keu5 
fa ; necessity, 'jt ^ :^^ 
peth j^n che she ; what need t 
l^f a hft k'hob ; you need not 
fear, yf\^^ P"h seu p'Wu 

To NEED, ^ ^"^ keu;5 
shabu ; needed for use. ^ j^ 
seu yiing. 

Needful, 'j^- H M 1^ 
peth yaou yiing teih. 

Needle, ^f* chin, ^ chin, 
M <^hin, ^ fe shdh ke, ^ 
cha ; needle and thread, ^ 
chin se^o, ij/y ^ jin chin, ^^^ 
chuy, ^fi^ chin tse^n ; a long 
needle, $fff heu ; a atone needle, 
used for puncturing, ^ tsze, 
^ ^ P'be cliin ; the magne^ 




MEO 



8T5 



N^a 



ticjieedle,|j^f|^ ^f cli^ nan 
<^)^m iN' ting nan chin: 
t loog packing needle, ^ ^ 
paoocbin. 

NttDLswoRK, ^^ cliin 
^iSi&i^9 fling seen 
cbase. 

Nkxdlfss, ^ ]^ wo6 
yto&llfflwodyiing,^^ 
wo5ko6. 

Nbkdt, ^ ^ pin kefing, 

Nrfahious, ^ ^ &:o tiili, 
7] gl'heaou g5, Jff f^ k.>i» 
^•"^Si Cheung fan, ^^ 
kqjnggd. 
Neoativr particle, ^miihj 
fah, ^ pfih, ^ fei,§ fow, 
^^ m5, # wod, ^ wGh, ^ 
wod; a repulse. ^ 8z§, ti^ ffih- 
ffsoLscT, f^ woo, ^ wobj 
1^ mun ; npglecl and inatten- 
tion, '^ fSt'hae man, ^ |§ 
k&n roan, 1^ fg k'hing man, 
[^ ^ 0OO liwiih. 

To NEOLKCT, ^ ^ wet 

wing, it p wet klie, 3t ® 
shth koo, ^ ^ k'ing hwfih, 

^ ^ wan hwiih, ]|| fei, 

g6 ta, 1^ I^tsaou t85 ; to neg- 
lect the main thing, ^ "^ 
ihay pan ; to • neglect one's 
bnainese, ^ ^ kwang 
kung; do not neglect I he peo- 
ple's business , ^ ^ ]^ pX 



i^ nitn sze piUi k'hb hwan ; to 
neglect the usual rules, ^ ^ 
to Id ; to neglect and leave un- 
cultivated, ^ g[ hwan? soo ; 
cold and neglected, ^ ^ 
saou s^ ; to neglect to examine, 
^ ^ shth tsa ; to disregard, 
^ g| piih 1^, ^ ^ hwfih 
led ; do not neglect your own, 
in order to weed aoothei'd field, 






shay kh uih yun jtn : not to ex- 
pTt oiH*'5 mind car ^TiiUy. ^p^ 

/(!> pah Linj sin, ^ |^ i^^^ 
pull Icw A\n, 

Negligbnt, ^ j^ hwuh 
kein, IJS ^ man e, t^ ^ 

e tae, BX i^ ^^^^ '^j ^ 
k<ien man, ^ ^ keen se«, i 

® ma^ mae, J^ 1^ ^ "^^"i 
^ ^ ®^ po, ^^ i!^ to man, 
§i ^ t'hdw p5, ^ tuy, 1^ 
hwan, ^ ^ la ta ; a negli- 
gent world, 1^ i^ ift ^ 80 
po sh^ kead ; negligent speech, 
^ jig te t'hing. 

To kegotiatf, 
king kwan szd, "f^ ^ 3$ $ 
tae jtn pan sze. 

Negotiations, for peace, 
lOUhde. 

NEGOTiAToa, Pp yV chung 
jln. 

Negro, ® A ^^^^ j»» J 
^ hlh kwel. 







NUP 



876 



NET- 



To KEIGH, 

seaou, ^ sze 
Neiohbour, 
Alinjln,j|5 




seaou 

ma tnliig. 

Itnshay, 

kth peth, 




ITT ^V *•" J*"> iFff 35 1^*") 

^Sf A "fea^ Ring jin, Jt 
g| I* Un. m ^ klh If n ; be 
at peace with your neighbours, 
l@ 75 B9 ^ miih na^ szk 
IlD ; village neighbours, ^ ^ 
hgang Itn. 

Neighbourhood, jfH S 
chowre,^J|lmlfe^||^ 
Iln keu, — ' fl^ Je ]^ yTh la^ 
te fang ; five families make a 
neiglibourhood, 5 ^ ^ J4j 
wo6 kea wei pfe. 

Neighbouring country, jjjj^ 
lin kwo. 

Neichboublv, ^ 1^ muh 
lin. 

Neither one thin^nor an- 
other, ^ ~ :^ pg pfih san 
pah sze ; neither increased nor 
diminished, ^ j(Df ^ jf^ piih 
kea pah keen ; neither too fast 
nor too slow, ^^^l^^ 
piih keih puh hwan. 

Nelumbium, water lily, ^ 

I hd hwa, ^ ;^ lean hwa. 

Neophvte, if A#^ 
Bin juh hwiiy tclh. 

Nepenthes dislillatoria, 
TO SB ^ choo lung tsabu. 

JfEPHEw, brother's children, 
W -? ch!h tszb, p^ jgi ndy 
chlh ; sister's children ^^ ^ 



wae sang ; a nephew's wife, 
is jlir c**^'» fo5 ; nephew's 
son, |§ ^ kwci sun : wife's 
nephew, ^[V ^^ waj chih. 

Neptune. ]^ 5 iuno^ winj, 
M ifl$ tae shin, ^ ^ ha-i jo. 

Nerita, species of, jj^ j 
1^ ying ko tsuy ; large do. ' 

Nesium, oleander, 5^ ri* 
;^[t hSe chuh t'haou. 

Nerve, ^ kin, |^ g^ k»-^ 
tsee. 

Nervous fluid, ^ k'hc ; 
nervous style, ^)) peth leth, 
^ ip n mg peth ; nervous^ n- 
gitation, 
verbose, 



suh ; nervous and 
nun<ir tan : a 







nervous and flowing style, 
^ keih ta ; nervous and ro- 
bust, 5ift Jtt keang chwang. 

Nkst, ^i chaouj a nest of 
thieves, i^ M wo chnou, ^ 
^ tsih wo, ^ ^ tsTh tsai j 
edible bird's nest, a swallow's 
»«8^ ii ^ yen chae, ^ jg 
y^n wo : the nest of an insect, 
Mfun?, ffifung; a wasp's 
nest, ^ S^ j^ loo fung fang ; 
a bird's nest, ^ ^neabu wo. 

Net J^ wang, ^^ Id. 
^"fM M '^ ^^ang. i^ wel, 
m W: keuen tsaou, |% iQJl 
^ng wang, ^ ^ 15 waag, 
f^ -^ leaou koo ; a net for 
catcliing birds, ^ chun;, ^ 



t' 



NBF 



877 



NEW 





Id, ^ foo, ^ keang, ^ keucn , 
^hvrdy; a net for rabbiu, 
J/ow, :§ fow, -g koo, j@^ 
h»;^ pclh, J[ tseay, :^ 6; 
a dose-nif shed net, ^j^ meaou, 
j§[ pj^ so wan^ : a coarse net, 
ff foo, :^ S fow tseay, ^ 
ya ; a net for wild fowl, ^ 
mei ; a net for catching deer, 
^mung; the net of heaven, 

(Profidence) 52 i^ ^^^ 

Wang ; the net of sin, 

tsdf koo ; a bamboo net, 
poo she ; a fishing net, 
yft wang ; to cast a net, 
paou wang ; to fall into a 

net, ^ ^ 16 wang. 

NETHE&9 ~F DS 09 '^ 
mS^Q ielh. 

Nbtt, or deadweight, g^ 
$ ciiod p'bd. 

Nkttles, dead, or white, 

hen. 

Nkver, I^ ^ "^T tsftng 
pail k'hb ; never heard of such 

a thing, T^t^ M ^ ^^'^ ^^^ 
wan yay ; never mind, ^ ^ 

lea6a tseay, ^ J^ leaou e ; 
never forget, ]^ j^ ^ i€n 
mei jTh p&h sze; never-ending, 
^ 9 ^^^ ^^ } never-dying 
tree, ^ 9E |^ P^h sze shoo ; 
never has been, |^ 3|S ^ ^ 
tsung lag we{ yew ; I will ne- 
Tcr go there, ^ ^ ^ yung 





puh k*ii«ui ; it will] never be 
affected^ S7 ^ W -^ chong 
puh chiiig kung ; never have 
children, ^^^31 yung 
puh san? san ; it never can be 
done, |i^jfe{^ tsung piih 
wei yay. 

NEUTER,q^ jgj:^!: jfj pah 

pe pah tszfe, ^ f@ :X ^ 
leang ko p&h she, Rl9 S ]^ 
1^ leang peen puh sh6. 

New, gy sin, ^8ang,§f 
sin seen, ^ tsuy ; a new 
ediuon, g 3^J chfing k'hih, 
j|[({ sin k'hih ; new and old, 
Sj sin kew : a new-roofed 
house, ^ ^ tselh uh ; a new- 
born babe, ^ ^^ "^ sin 
sang tselh tsz^, ^ e ; a new- 
comer, J^ ygi sin k'hih ; a 
new moon, ^ "<>} |^ ^^ 
jth, if ^ 3in yue, ^ || 
sin plh, "^RT y^ > n^^ clothes, 
J|^^sine,$^^uiihtsze, 
^ ^ tub sdh ; a splendid 
new suit, ^ ^ she tsc^ ; 
newly produced, ^ ^ sin 
sang, ^ ^ sin sang ; new- 
year's day, ^ J^ sin neen 
^ g Bin he, ^ ]i|8m suy, 
3eH.yu5al4n,^|iat^heen 

la; new year's eve, C^ ^^ 
choo selh ; congratulations on 
the new moon, ^ ^ ;h6 s6 : 
do. on the new year, "pf ^ 
ho nc6n ; sacrifice on occasion 



MID 



S76 



i\M 



of the new moon, <^ ^^ ka ju 
8d ; newly-cultivateil ground, 

^shang ; iiewly-fiedsed, ^ 
^ ^ sin fi ma6u, M chin ; 
ti new method, ^^T ^ ^'" ^'i > 
a new sect, ^- ^ sin kea6u. 
News, "JS ,^ aeaou bciIi, 



] sin Wan. 
Newspaper, ^ ^ ^ 
sill wiin p'hfien ; the Peking 
Gazelle, "^ ^ king chaon. 

sum top's". ^^H?6 

yuen mfin paou, ^ ^ king 
paou. 

Nbwi, $^ I^ kd keoe, ^ 
keaou. 

Next, J^ tszj, 'J* Jjj hea 
laz^, ^ /)C ''^ ^2^> j^seuen, 
^ lelh, 4 chfng,^ p.; , 
iiexi time, ~f* Jb\ ^S* hwuy ; 
next month, ~fC ^ hea yua ; 
next year, ^ ^ ming neen, 

f'p k'hae ngeD : next door, 
^ kth pelh ; next day, 
g isz^lh,^— H ti 
urh jih ; next morning, ^ 
tzBd Isabu ; next night, 
mlng yay. 
To NIBBLE, ^Kaou, 
Nice, soft, ^Ifj; nun jwan, 
J^^meSnjwan.i^lJCsi 
jwan; delicate, ]^^ keuou 
yingi 81^''^**"' J*^"' ;exact, 

tlE lw«n chi'ng, ^ 
Iiabu haou siitang tuy ; nice 




(lidiniciion, ^1^ tsec Ueu ; 
nice and wann^^^ ^?*" 7^- 

NicEnEs, ;£ ^ yiih slilli. 

NiCHE, for an image, ^j|^ 
alnn k'lian, ^ ^ heang Van, 
f-fi 8hlh. 

Nickname, ^ ^ hwaD 
^'^Si Mp ■^ hwSn mlng. 

NicoTiANA.^^yeohwa. 

Nidus, of the praying man- 
t'8- t^i.* p5 iseaou, ^peaou, 

f^ p'beaon Beaoii, ^ ij^ 
sang p'lieaou seaou. 
Niece, Sjil^chlhnyu,;^ 
jg§ niiy chtli; a niece'e huB- 
l>and,JliichIhBed,i^0| 
aanj aed ; a. niece's daughter, 

wife's niece, /fv >ffi wae chlh. 

NinoARDLv, Ij^ ^i kSen 
Iin,^^^.^np5,^tt 
k'heen tin, ^^Hn selh, ^ 
^ p'hfe lin, {^ ^ keu m6w, 
IP HI, cha cU'liS, Is 8 '^'5* 
mow, -f^ ^ t'lian lin, \^ lin, 
ttg««. t^8lh, SS«een, ^ 
k'hih p5. 

NioH, §£ ki'n, |5|i5 l!n 
kin; not far off, ^s ^^ pfih 
yuen ; wetl-nlgh, ^^ ^ H 
ch'ha piih to ; to draw nigh, 
S ^ urh la4. 

Night, ^ yay, -^ ^ 
hw5n yay, Jg^ ti'ng yay, 
•^ seaou, Bjg ^ wan y4y, ^ 
Belli, ^ kow, fl^ ming ; night 



MM 



sro 



MP 



ud day, ^jtli yay, ]_ 
^chow yay, |ip(^^|^^uh scaon; 
to-nighl, ^^ kin yay, TJ^ 
^pun yay; last night, fl^ 
^tso jray ; to-morrow night, 
^^ mhig yay ; the night of 
the 15th of the 1st month, y£ 
^ yuen ecaou ; to go out ai 

n^t, ^ 4t y^y ^*»»ng ; ^y 

night, m^ ^**^» y^y j "*g'^t- 

clothes,^ ^ «^e; nijrht 

watch, Be y^"' ^ 15 y»> 

kang : the niiht marc, 
mung yen, 1]^ mei ; 
lice, 



/ra^ 





night 



po- 




keaou, iijJI»oiion,^J.J^p*caou 
tscTli, 1^ ^J k'hing p'lieaou, 
^ siih, |M tsaou ; nimble and 
(.arelesfl, ^^ 5£ t'hcaou ta ; 
agile, ^ *fj^ k hinvf k'hwae. 
NiNK, :fLkew,ij!(kbw;thc 

nine fountains, yti :^ '^^^^^ 
tseu^n ; the nine regions, jl^ 
yf| kew chow ; the nine rivers, 
"Jlj JrtJ kt*w h.) ; the nine de- 
grees of rank, "fy^ §| kew p'in; 
the ninci piinishnvMUs, j\j J\\\ 
kew iiin<?; the nine chusifica- 
tions, 'jtx ^ kew cliow ; the 
nine a|»eiinres of the body, y^ 

ock 



jaou Buh, ^ Jh^ paou chth : ^ kew k'lieaoii ; nine o' ck 
Diirht shade, ^Qg^k'hobchih, at night, ^^ kcnou hae. 
2^ \wei kwci ; to pass a f Nink-fold, Jlx TS kew pci. 
"ight, i^^^kwo yay ; late , Ninetekn, -f* /Lshih kew 

*^ *^*gh^ iSc M^ ®^"" y*y *'^"" iSlNKTLKNTU,^ "r /£l tC 

ring mght, 1^ ^ yay le, ?^ j sblh keW. 
^yay keen ; midniglit, ^ Nixktv, Jl^~\^ k?>w shih ; 
^pwan yay ; good night, -^ ; ninety years of age, ^ t'haoTi. 
^ Dgan tsing ; to lodge at Ning-to, !^^^ nhig p'ho. 
»i>gl»l, 5f^ 1^ siih yay ; all Nixtii., ^ JL ^^' ^'^^^ > ^''® 
••iglitlong, — ^ ^Ij ^ ^ 9th month, jfjl^ J^ k«w yu«, 
yih yay taou t'heen leang ; i ^ ^ hencn ync, M ^ '»^ 
^h^y night, :^^yay yay, ' yue : the 9ih rank, jft* ^L ^ 
^^ mei yay ; a dark night, j te k;\v p'hin. 
^^hthyay; a moon-light ! To mp. ^ keen; to nip 



"'8*^ H ^ y"^ I^-an?. 

Nightingale, ^ ying. f^ 
yiDg. 



NiLOTicus, 55 -!^- ^ f^ po kticn, ^ Itt I'li'C- k'heen, f^ 



kelh. 
Nimble 



Willi the nails, j,^ ki-a, ^^ncc; 
to nij) Willi i\ir t«;clfi, ^C y*^^" 
Niri»j,ns. ^jl khecn 






k'liing 



nee, ffftJilC . I.,ic cl..<, §^fj',- 
t/hiit: «:li«n. ^^ ^licii. 



O 



NO 



sat 



XOD 




JOO i\iir. 






^\ nab t'lidw. 

ISiT, i|j^ "^ ke tt^zb ; nils 
adhering to the skins of horses, 

seaou shih, fp- ^/I'l yancj pcaou; 
the hoarded iiiinv Tj^ ''H "^^^"^ 
8eaou : the bark niuv, ^j* TipJ 
[)1i6 seaou ; tfie ci ystallized 
nitre, ^ fif-j yinsr ssioii. 
No, ^ puh, ^ full, ^ 

woo, ^ woo, # V^iaij. "'^ 

mee ; no resource, ^ fg^ 

jnih iih e: ^ ^ jnj woo nae 

ho, MTiT^fqi ^^'O^ »"'»^« 

'^*eh6,M;3iwoofa.^Jt^ 
fiif iiiuh nafe lio, Vl 1^- c*»»*^ 
tih ; no clue, ^ ^ M j^ 
W'j y(i\v t'how s:mi : no matter, 

:^t//i)uhra:.g, :^ ^"f 

puh seani,^ kan^^JIJi leaou 
^seay, ^ ^ woo shaug, ^ 
^ piih keu ; no matter which, 

^i^^fl— flQpui' »unna 
ylli ko ; no s!u-|i thintr, ^ iff 

:;^i£ wan woo sh«? le: no 

jiir^ans of e^cajhj. $§ ^ ^ 

TT loo pi'ih I'hmiLi hini: : wo 

road, ^^^ keimi^ t.»'j : no 

occasion, ^ J^ pnli seaou, 

^ ^ P»''^' -^iiOM. ^ ^^ piili 

sen, lif:/^wooyin.<r,gEJH 
woo yiin-r ; of no si'r\ icr. 4!tt 

w :1^ ^^'^^^ P^ y^*' ■ *•<> piacc. 

^ ^ woo clrhoo : no mean.- 



of .iwakenini* the niiiid. ™^ 
tlj otI ^ w'oj yew k'line loo; 
1 have no leisure, '^ 




^ muh tth kung foo ; no a- 
batement. ^Zl[§puh urh kea 

Noah's aqk, S ^keu cba. 

Nobility, ^ ^ tseo wef ; 
the five degrees of nobility, 2 
^ woo tseo ; to confer nobili- 
ty. ^ ^ tsze tsed. 

iS'oni K, as to ftation, "H* 
kwef, ^a lii»g kwei, ||i 
tsun, ^tsung; noble as to 
value, ^ pabu ; noble as to 
mind, ^^ haou k'he, ^ 
heae, ^ hee, ^^haou bee, 
*l5t i^ k'hang k'hae ; noble 
freedom, ^ ^ teaou jea j a 
noble family, ^ ^ ta kea ; 
noble and base, ^ ^ kwcf 
rstien : a noble-minded man^ 

^^^k y^^g J^eS die 
jin ; that horse has? a nobio 
bearin::. ^ ^ 1^ 3^ ke ma 
keaou keaou. 

kung kiuiT, ^ ^ kung hojv 
X'JUoDv, 4ltf K. ^vo5 jin ; 
no body regards it, ^ A ^ 
nnih jin le. 

:> K iiKXAL, ff^^^^yay 

To NOD the head, ^A ^ 
ttVn t'how ; to nod assent, "fj 
j^ fefliow k'hfMifr ; to nod to 
^■lecp. J J I]i|f ta tun. 



*-. 



NOl 



Sdt 



NOX 



XoDKs. of llie moon, fjj^ 

I 

keaou. 

Xoisi, @ shin?, ^ iieang, 
^yin^eaou, i^ of laou 
tsMu, Bg ^'^ sciien tsaou, ""^ 
^ uaoii wuh, ^^ yan^r. ^^L 
»««g, ?^ fan,^ «|^ U^ lie he. 
S heaou, "^ h:':cn. |ii[ pjl 

ihwan,Pg(hwuy,@jan2r.. 
;l^ k'ban^ hae, yjp cii'hunir, 
teaou, B^ ^ che che, SH. , 

chow, Of^ keae, ^^ k1iew, I2p 

iq^piiingp'h,'ng,n[n p'ho,5^ 

hway, 5^ laou, tjk Liuh, |^ 
king, ^ heaoii. U^ iioo, n^ , 
l^heucnhwan, Rgyfih, ^' 

juh, ^ ke, ^ tan, 0^ yan?, 

^P'U9S>^ie:#hwa,^ 

^tsa till, iJtjITyanfi^ yj ; to 

make a noise, Bgp ^ chaou 

nabu, ?T ^ ta nabii : a loud 

noi»e, ?^ p'haou : the noise of 

ireef shaken by the wind, R^ 

lelb ; a noise in the ears, 

tsew, ^^ hunff. ^ huh, 

^ ung ung. ^ tan ; the noise 

of talking, ||| ^ hwa. nan ; i 

the noise of anger, ^ how ; >. 

the noise of a multitude, ^ j 

IfP tscw tsoTh ; the noise of 

vomiting, |g ho, ±^ huh, ^ 

ying ; noise and confusion, ^^ 

^ tsaou tsa, ^ t}||tsaou tsan; 

the noise of waters, fflf ^j- h5 

hwuy ; the noi^Je of \vavc», 





j^y^piian^r p.. ^^i^ pang 
pe ; the noi-^e of beating ihc 
air, |5C peiiou, ^ k'huiig: thet 
noise of rubbinj wood. 5h ifl 
kah kea ; the noise of splitting 
wood, )|^ p'hing '" ihe noise of 
tearing silks, 'jg chow; the 
noise of striking, ^^ mth, ^J 
tseen, ^ ^ pelh kow. 

Noisy, ^'i^Hn laou taou, ^Jf 
5K laou naou,^^]glaou tsaou 

XOISED ABROAD; ^ ^f""g 

wan. 

NorsoMT, ^ ^ |§^yew 
shang telh. 

XoMiKAL, ^ "S 6^ yew 
ming teili, Q Wjf slh keaou ; 
nominal ran!«, ^ ^ ping 
fang; nominal but not reai,^ 
>Q ^^f yew m'fig woo shlli, 
jp^pethmlng. 

To NOMrNATK. HT'^^'^'''^- 

nVmg,^;^t;^ miner, fl^ ^ 
hwan minof, ^ Hf ch'hiu 
hoo, ^'^ k'hr^ niinj. 

NON-ABILITV. ^^ ^|2 WOJ 






nang. 




^'0N-.^PPKAKANUE, y^C 3^ 

lii 5l5 6^ pcih been ch'huh 
lae teth. 

NoNAGKNARIAN, ^^ t'haOU. 

Nonconformist, ^Iflgf^ 

piih tsung suh chay. 
^-^^': Ix ^ ^ «nuh y;^w 




NOR 



8S:> 



NOS 



tetli. ^ ^ woo yew ; none | ^ tsae plh pecn ; situated 
could obtain a viclory, ^ ^f\ . noriliward, and facing the 
^b^ ^ keae pufi ning tscu j south, ^ ife IwjJ ^ tso ptii 
shing. ! Iieang nan ; the north star, Ur- 

NON-ESSENTIAL. ^ KIO. ; Sa MajOF, Jg ^ pih IJ)W, 

NoN-ExiSTENCF, ^ 'W i ^ tlieeu ch'hoo, |^ foo, ^ 
\\o6 yew. ^ j ^ pth sing, if^ 1^ pTh shin ; 

Nonplus. ^ ^ |S 1^ the north pole, i^ ^ pth keth; 
tsin t1iuy wo5 loo ; nonplus- north and south, i|^ 




sed, ijj 5^ kelh sha, ^ ^ j nan, ^ ipi kwang Iftn, .^^ _ 
lang pei, Ji^^ Jl F^T^ j kwang mow ; the north side of 




'g 



shaug puh shang hea puh hea. 
NoxsENSE, ^ 1^ hod 
shwo, 3^^ Wii §$ piih chin 
hwa, 7g ^ hwan chang, |L 
^ cha na, ^^ ^ ng shw6, |^ : house, 
tan, "l#l^l^,^lg 
sze na, ^ »ri «ll 1^ wod 
ising woo seu. 

NooDLB, 1^ A yu j^n. 

Nook, ^ keo. 

Noon, ^ wob, ^ T^chung 
woo, lE'T" ching wob,^fl^ 
wob sIl6, jSi S gan chow ; to 
rest at noon, j^ -^ ting wob, 
^ ^ ting wob ; a noon-day 
breeze, ^ heung ; forenoon, 
J2. ^ shang wob ; afternoon, 
"J^ ^ Ilea wob. 

Noose, )^ kee. 

Nor, neither too fast nor 
too slow, ^ J^ 7 IS ptth 
keih piih hwan. 

North, iji pth, ^ kin ; the 



a hill, \Xi ^ san yin ; north- 
country man, ^fv yH ^ wae 

keang labu, Jt^ A P'^ J'" J 
the north-west corner of a 

ilh low ; the 
north sea, ^ ^C pth ratng ; a 
north-east wind, j{§[ JKy yen 

wards the north, (^ >C; heaog 
pth. 

North-east, ^i[j tung 
pth ; north-west, ® ifc se pth. 

NoBTHWAKD, l§| jjj chadu 

p>f», Injfh J^^*^"S P'*^ ; 1^ '^«- 

move northward, ^^ plh 
tseen. 

Northerkeb,^^ pwan 
tsz^ ; a term of reproach. 

Nose, j^l pcth, 1I4 f^ san 
ting ; a crooked nose, )^ pe, 
K4* keaou ; the i)oint of the 

nose, ^ ^^P^^^^ ^'^^^ ) bridge 
of do. j^ ^ peth leang, Jp. 



north wind, Jtl Mi Pt^ ^""^) ' '^ P^^'^ S^ \ ^^ ^^^^ ^ ^^^® ^ 
H^ leang ; in the north, |£j^ j the nose of an ox, ^ ^ peth 



r 



v<n 



alw;i Wgh nose, ^ # 
kiou pelh ; a flat do. ^ ^ 
frhaen pelh ; a turned-iti) uose, 
^^kow peTh ; to slop tlie 
ao^, J(g ^ yeii pclli ; bleed- 1 
jDg It the nose, ^^Q ^ l*^^** ' 
diliab heu«, @ nQb. j 

NoBE-BAG, for feediag hors- : 

low tow, J§ 5I4 '"* 'o*^- i 

NosE-RiKG, for a cow^^^! 

keUMi, ^ keueii, -^ ^ J^ ! 

gMw pelh shiln'^ hwan. : 

NosE-oAY. ?E^I'*a tiSw. ' 
Nostril, ^ ^pelh k'unfr. 
Not, "^ piih, ^ woS, "^ 

SrQh.^waM?,^woo,^ 

g| ffijih ; not yet, ^ (V;, 33C ' 
^we chan^, 3^ ^ we Uaiii;, ! 
!^? ■^ pall isang, ^ -^ fuh I 
Uinf ; not yet prnpcri ^"rT ', 
wik'hbjQotfiOjpl^J^ we jen; 1 
ia it not so, ^^^ piSh I 
sh£ mo ; ii it so or not ? ^^ ^ . 
lite tow ; not in ilie least, f^ 
^ ^ taun? muh yfew ; not 
Uw least, 'Ist—. mQh sijay ; 
iwtniftny, ^^ puh to, ^ 
^ W06 ki, ^ ^ yew 806 : 
Dot this then that, ^ ll{^ ^|j 
^fei tsse tslh pe ; not yet 

''''I**) 5^ W ^ w^ ^>"S 

;ht ; not only, ^ {^ piih Ian, 



S NOT 

:|C ^ i"ti> «h, ^ K pail 

chlh, ^^ piib te, >^ j^ 

piih che ; not many d&ys, ^ 
^ pub jih ; may it bo or not ? 
^ -^ k'hb fbw ; ia it done or 
not? "^"^ tsang fow; not 
so ^ood as , ^£ 7§ ni6 jtJ^ "^ 
^pQhja, ^f£ pah yah ; 
not long, ^t^T wo6h6, ^ 
^ InJ wod ki> hfi i not fat 
from truth ^£ig[ kin tnou ; 
not ma.iv,'^ ^ wo3 ki, p 
W^ f^ I'eaoii If^aou woft kfe ; 
not n cccsary, ^<js ^t piih peth; 
not included in the narrative, 
^ ^ uS T> pfih 'sift Iiwa 
Ilea i not far from, ^ ^ ^ 
ch'ha pilli yticn, g^ ^ shod 
lei ; not worth enquiring into, 
^ JE: #1" ^ nfih taah kwa 
ch'hf), ^ ^ ^ ^ P"h chlh 
shin kcw ; not more than a 
month, ^ Jl — • ^ piih 
afiang ylh yu8 ; not to reject 
anything, ^ ^ piih meu ; do 
not speak to him, ^ |!| ^ 
1^ wfih vu t'ha shwd ; not at 

all, — S^y"'^'"'^"^-. 

i Notable, extraordinary, yp 
I ^ fei Chang, ^ JJi fei fan, 

I^ ^ ^ Pfih *sln ching, ^ 
I M 1^ k'hS e telh ; remarka- 

ble, ^ :S S ^^ y«w mlng 

shing telh. 

I Notary, £* H ^^°° '^' ^ 

3E 0!l ke 8z£ telh. 



NOT 



884 



NOT 



NoTCir fi^l ^"'" ; ^ note'* 
in a knife, JJ ^ laou kcuo : 
the notch in a cross bow ; 5^ 
k'how ; the notch in an arrow, 
ij§ kw6 ; notch wood as a nie- 
morandmn, 5^ k'han, "^ pj 
ch'hae shTh ; passing through 
tho hills he notchrd the trees, 

muh. 

Note, or mark, S-®E ^^ze 
haou ; note of hand, ^ ^ 
kee tan ; a sort of letter, fp 
g^ p'heen han, /]> ^ 'fg 
seabu shoo si'n ; note of inter- 
rogation, a.l^ ma, ^ ho6, ^ 
mo, H^ nS. ]^ yay, ^ yfi ; 
note of admiration, ^ |?| 
6 yu, ^ 1^ e tsr-ay, ^ ^ 
e he, ^ tsae ; notes in music, 

^ g leuli leu, ^ "^^'^''^^ 
yin ; the five notes, ^ ^^woo 
shing ; a sharp note, y^ ^ 
tsing yin ; flat do. J^ ^ 
chuh yin ; note or commenta- 

'y> ^ i^ c'>o^ kcaJs. 

To NOTE down things, g^ 
flichoo k6,fE ^ ke s^ay, 
n[L ^k ^^ 1"'' 5 noted for ex- 
traordinary talent, ^ J^ :^ 
teen ch6^ ; noted for levity, jj^L 
^ S^ teen foo tsaou ; notod 
ns su[>erannuated, i|^ ^ -^ 
teen nc6n labu. 

Nothing, ^ ^ woo wuh, 
^ 1^ ; something produced 



, out of notliinif, ^ ^P i. ^ 
I woo chun«jr sang y^w ; nothing 

to do, )^ f^ isine lier-n ; there 

is notliintr to bf^ done, ^ffi "oT 
: ^ jnj wo.j k1ib na'i ii6 ; it is 

nothing to me, ^ ^ ||E ^p 
yii gnb wo5 kan she. ^ 

^ ^ fSJ" woj na'i gnb ho ; 
' nothing srreatcr than Heaven, 

^:;^i6^5^ "10 ta ya t'heen ; 
nothing like, ^ ^ mo jo, ]^ 
xll P"'^ jo"^ : nodiing beyond 

this, ^^;$^itk "»5 ^^^^^ 

yu tsz^. ; nothing better than 
this, ^^/if^llli mj sh.'n 
yu tsz'j ; nothing to fear. ^^ 
j^piih fing. 

; KoTicK, proclamation. '^ 
' ^ kaou pTh ,• notices of emi- 
nent literary men, ^ ^g wan 
yucn ; a Hying notice, ^^ ^ 
Vii lieili. 

To sorscK. "^ [^ keo woo, 
^^ keen ; not to nolire, yf\^^ 

- '^^ S-^ P^'i ^^**' P^''^ ^'^*^ > t*^ 
: give notice, ^^tiiung paou, 

^Ij ^ die hwii y , to take no- 
tice, §• — ^ klinn vTh k'an; 
do. with fiivonr, BS ^ cha6u 
ko.S. H^ ?^ cIki.Hi yi'n^. 
No'i iKTCATioN, 3f^.&pLpa6u 

jtan, f)^^ Vj^. tan, ^^ 

; |)ae she, =^ 5jx kaou she, ^ 

^ kaou pth ; a notification 

concerning the death of friends, 

^ ^ foo yin ; excuse us for 



w 



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iNOU 






losuperjor mandarins, ^ ^ 
seang paou, ^ ^ shin seang; 
to nolify to the emperor, ^ 
S 130 w wan, ^ ^li'lie tsow, 
_£^C shiner pun. 

Xoxro.v, ^^e sze, 
e keen ; a slight notion, 




J^ SO yanji: &liih ylh yuc, 

NouGiiTj ^^ ^f woo wiih ; 
to come to nought, ^f ^B^ 
kwei woo : to &ei at nought, 

k'han 



BOiikAUoi):? not hnvinT hccn 

mi 10 all, *J fj^ ^ >§ *iio6 
Too piU) chow. 

To.voTiFY every where, 
H rlmng paou ; to inform, , ^ 
^IIimi'mi Che, $1 ^ pa-.ii wa'i^ ; :^ jj puli le, 
f^ chuCMi ,Kt.u, 1^ ^ikliing. 
cluten WHii ; to notify xo suf^e- Novice, ^ J^ ts'hoo hed ; 

^'•. M ^ P'" 1^": "S^ ^ ^ "^^''^^ '" religion, ij- A^ 
kaou pio, Jl^ shang pin, sin juh keaou, ^ |^ ^ sin 
jl^ shang ta, ffp ^ k'how kwei taui. 
pui; notification from inferior Noun, ^ i§ wiih mlng. 

Nourish, ^'J^yanghwS, 
yangyuh, i§ ^ pef 
yang, |^ "g^ tan ydh, Pj 
taou yang,^^ yang chan^, 

^ ^*^^^" y*"S' i]^ l§ P®* 

poo, ^ ^ keiih yuh, ^ ^ 
i kung yan*, ^ ^ yuh yang, 



,.., S ^ y^'» ^^ ^ sze ; an | ^fj e, ^ hwan, Bf tseong, 
idle Douon, ]^ ^ heu e. ' }g lieiih, ^ yiih, ^ fan, $ 

Notoriety, to seek, ^>^ fovr, ^ kuh, f^ pabn, 
ma'e ming, ^ ;^ koo ming, sew : to nourish well, ^ 
^-^ kilw mine. sht'^n yang ; he ordered tlie con- 

Notorious, 3$. ^ ^ j^U ' cnbine of a great oflSccr to 
ffy cluing jin so die letfi. \ nourish the young prince, ^^ 



NOTWITHSTANDING; 5^ ,^ ; ;;/^^^ ^ ^ -^ she Li 





?l 






suyjen, -S:mei. fooche tsee sze tsz^ ; to nou- 

Novel, new, ^ sin ; novel ; rish one's parents, gp| y^ fung 
and extraordinary, ^ fflj ^ yang ; to nourish life, ^ ^ 
^ sin urh k'hb khe. yang sanj, ^ fan ; to nourish 

Novel, a romance. ?p |^ as a mother, j(^s:ow ; the earth 
seabu ehw6. ^ |^ pa^ bIiw6 ; '< nonrir^hcs, Jl|S |© A ^^ S^^^ 
romances and iiuveli, Iff pl^ j't^ ; to nourish virtue, "^ ^ 
/U ^& yiy silo s'eabu sli .vo. y^^ih uh ; to nourish delicately, 



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887 



MR 




iluo;:for calile, ^ chTh. ^ wuh ; numerous bantiircj. 

iMir; for things,-^ keen ; for ^ keii laou, ^ )^ chliun^ 

boBKi, ^ keen, ]^r4ng ; for rli5 ; to assemble numerous'y, 

fckJI wei; for horses, gC ^^«. ^^^*"HI 9^ ^^«y : 

p'klh ; for cloth, jl^ V^^^ J ^^^ ^ numerous prog^ny-^ j5^ fan 

draughts, O khbw; for sheets^ yen: a numerou:? p«>pii!anon. 

j|chan^ ; for knives, }Q P^ » ! ^ ^Sl fan j>hoo : numeruiis 

ibrcaflb, ^ wan ; for trees, ^^ ' stratagems, Q fy pih kp. 

choo ; for books, Tj^pun; for Nl>imullakia, $f ^ j^ 

works, §){ p'hoo ; for men, j@ hwang fan loo 

ii jforgeutlcmen, -^fc wci ; for Nun. ^ n- JE i6 "« -o >, 

beads, ^ kb ; eee under the /g |^ n^ san.r, ^T J& ««" ne, 

word Onk. I^ j^ sze koo. fi|J )g k hev 

Nlmeratiov rlfF^s^n^ j n^;^^s::en n- : ibr* Ftoinn- 

XiMERoi-s, ^ to, 5R Chung, nigtg call ihcm,^ Jg ^ .^,,w 

$ le, 5^ (an, ^ fan, ^ fun, • ta6u nyu, ff fj ijr ,-^ ..ii, r 

iH f«:», ^ fung, fl ho, Ijr nyii, 

ked, 
lung 
jifig 






NuNNEEY. ^ gan. ^^ 
gan ting, S Jt ,^ i»e km, 
gan, I^ !^to^ soo : th-: Ro- 



*», ^ shoo, S3t; sm, 
fSHyuiighung, ^ 

to,fiW «4 ta, II 



jing, :i^ i^ sin sin, ^ j^ manists say. ^ iff a^ 1^ 
WangtBang, ^^ tsin tsin, nyu sew taou ynen. 
Hl^tsan isan, *^ Pf tse NiPTiAi.,cerem mics.^ f:§ 

hn fun, ^ )^ cbing cbung, yin cbe le. 

St !^ kwTn chung, ^ ^ se Nurse, we» ^ ^^ joo ^oxv 

••".^^Pin pin. Ill; S^^^i^i '""''' ^^ ''''' 
chlh ehih, ^ ^ Icwan to, f|[ «»a, j§^ ^ na» po : dry nurse, 

^PinjSn.lf we,',^ym,fe J^ ma, i^Jt^Iao-. ...a, PJ 
"^ t^ y6, ^ t"""?, © jji a ma, j[^ J«^ ...oil Habu. 

P*>^«aou, J^ ng, ^ foo, jpJt | yang, ip^ § .^i j An^', #5 Jp 
^™ chow : how numerous ! | k""? ya'><. i^i ^ Pf^' Po^i i^ 
^i^fun tsae ; how nume-|^ tcaou yam. ^-^yang 
^8 are the hosts of things ! xj| shin, i^^ yali, ^ ff van < y.lli 
*»?^ hwan hwin wan I Nt-RTURK,^^y'i!i^ t/j![ yuh. 

P 



OAT 



88S 



OBE 



m 





kung yang chc . Nutrimrnt. ^ £^ ^ ^gS 
8ze. ya^g sang che wtih. 

Nut. ^ ^ Inh tsze, ^ 1 Nutritious and meager, 
{:! hlh jin; a niiUshell, ^'^Jiilunle. 

kah; the nut of an axle-tree, Nymph, ^ 

^^ keaou. nymph of the beetle, K^ tsze ; 

NuTMEo,^^t.'\vk'h6w, nymphs of the moon, j|^ jj^ 

^ tow kt'Av, ^ ^ yuh chang g6, ^ j^ kwa gd. 

kwb, P3 ^ j^'^ k'how, 3&^ i Nymphcea nelumbo, joints 
yuh k'h6w. ! of. ^f |P gow Uec. 




;3{^ tflng nyu; 



O 



Oaf, J2I Jv y" J*»"i >^ *? «^" o^'^th there is no more doubt 




^^MM °i-ng Ww wod 



pun tsz^. ^ _^ ^^ ^ ^ 

Oak^:|^ seanc^, ^ sen, ^ d; an oath binds to fidelity, 

leTh, ^ leth, it|t cliwang, ^^ i j^^ij ^ she y5 sin ; oaths and 

^ how joo, ^^ i\\ p-en muh. j curses, |H.^ tsou she, ^ffi 
Oak-gall, ^ "^ "^ wool chow tsoo, B^ tow. 

sWh tpzb. Oats, >|ji|[ ^ ts'hoo rath, 






Oakum, ^njen.^ joo. 1 ^^ t^co mlh, 'f^ yo, 
Oar, t^ tselh, M tscanfir^l ^ yen niih, J^ ^ 3K line 
loo, 7^ chncm. 7(\Vi e, ]|^ tang mTh ; oatmeal cakes, ^ 
jnon, Jif: tseiJi. ^ c, ;j?^chaon, '■ fti. 
^^ kaou. )f^ lo, j|^ chaou, j^ i Obditrate, ^ *0 pn^ngr 
tsdangJI jao.LJ^ loo, )t;|.si.,, gj fft ko6 chth, @^ 
ttee. ^ I {jnang clilh, §^ ^ fa gi»ang, 

Oath. ^ m1ng,ffl^|3.t3o6 ! ^ 'lii ^J new sin telh. 
w^^ng, Im ^^ »^'»g y<\ ^she; j Obduracy, ^ kcu, [g |fc 
to take an oaih, -fj^ ^ fii she, Q ^ koo chili ke keen. 
© W^SI'^'^»'^ she fa yuf^n; OnKDiRXCE, flj^^shnn e ; 
to violate an oath, ^ ^ pei ' implicit obedience. ^^ ^ liri 

wJ'^g, M^ fow sh^; after tsun, Dig -^;^^ shun ming 



QBB 



8S0 



OBL 



che Uli ; filial obedience, ^ll|^ Uung, ^ ^ (sun chaou ; to 
heaou sliun, !^ i|5[ ^ ijjf < obey the laws, ^ ^ tsun fa, 




^ t3un show. ^ *)^ siin 




heaou king che sin. 

Obedient, ^fl^ tuy shiin, 
^ ^ Bhiiii leang, I|K j£ _ ^ 

shun tsoncr, |g )i^ hwuy I heang t'hdw, |wj 
»buD, ^lij^tsun tsung, ^ 
^ tuy j^n, ^ ycen, fg; t iiy, 
^ kwan, ^ e, fj siin, ^ 
siin, ^ jow, ^ |g kew kew, 
^ ho; obediently maintain 
find reverently practice, ^^ 
i§ ft ^"w show fung hinar ; 
obedient to commands, Jg. -^ 
tsun mi'ng, !|§^ Vhin^ mi'ng; 
aa obedient will, ^^h5 ®"" 
che ; compliant, ^"^^i^dng, 
^C @[ e Buy ; to reduce to o- 

bedkncc, -ft A 1§ JS ^^^ 
jln kwei shiin. 

Obeisance, to perform, 
gH kin^ keu, Ojl ^ k'how 
t'hdw, ^^ kwei pae, ^ 
5§ chang keii, SS pae : cere- 
monies observed on seeing a 
supcrwr, ^ ^ <1 ffi[ pae 
keen che le. 

Obelisk, ^ ^ Iffi *cen 
fiblh pa^. 

Obesity, ^ fei, M H^ j ^^^^ W^^^- 
pang hang, ^hea, W^ ^sung. ( To objurgate, j^ ^ king 
To OBEY, IP shiin, lit^fner, I keae, ^ Jtj A ^^^'^ P^- j^n. 




fa. 

Object, (ilj heansr, |^ 

^ heang 
wang ; one object, — »^ yih 
I che ; the object of the mind, 
5^ che, /il^J^ sin che, ifc 
che ; a final object, ^ |§| 
cliung heang, j^ |^ kwei 
heang, J^ R/f kwei to ; to fix 

an object, ^ J@ [^ US ^^^S 
ko heang t'how ; rest satisfied 
with your object,^ ^ Ifc 
gnan jod che ; that towards 
which the mind is directed, /Ijji 
^ |«] sin so heang, ^ |^J 
che hft'ang ; a mark for firing 
at, ^ kuh, ^^ telh ; an object 
placed before the eyes, ^ j^ 

^Mwi^ sh^ lelh tsa^ 
yen tseen telh. 

To OBJECT, D^ fab, ;j?:^ 
pull 0, ^ fj^ pah tsung, ^ 

® tfe^:^ rangmeen shwft 
piih she, ^ ^ |):.:en po. 

Objection, #|i;^g^ 
peen lun che hwa, ^g^ fang 



t'hing shiin, 5g '^ 

tsun e, Jl^ ^ shiin tsun?, 






Oblation,^ iJC ^ # 

. ^.. f"ng he^n teth wuh, Jl]RS 

yu^n ; to ol>ey orders, J^ ^ j ^ shang been wei tse, ^ 
I'hing ming, ^ ^ t^ifng' Jt^^^ sung shang tethwiih. 



OBL 



S9(l 



OBS 



Obmg \TroN, ^ 86, jQ ^ ' oblique tones, j7^ gp tsib . 
poo fo6, >^ ^ pun fun, i^i^ ' shin g ; not straight, ^>|g[ puh 
^ pan tang, |^ ^ chth fiiii ; ' chih ; not true, ^ ^ piili 
anything due, |^ *^ ffy kae chiu ; not exact, ^ i£ puh 
tang teth, S'^6^ *^ tang i chiug. 

teih ; obligations of benevo- , To oblitekate, ^^ij to^ 
lencc and righteousness, f^ 

^ ^ M^ j'» ^ ^^^^ ^^ 



"^^' MII ^ 9«^" k'heu, ^g^ wan, 
^ 5^ "^^ k'heii ; to obliterate 
the moral sense, ^ ^ 4^5% 
sangleang sin, ^ J g £, 

HV 5C J^ »no leabu tsze k^ 
telh tlieen 1^. 

Oblivion', entire forget- 




pwan. 

To OBi.if;K, compel, Jg 
5rg nieL-u kean-j, §^ ^ keane 

jH5ih lib, 5^ ^ keaou kcang^ 






^ chang fanar, 



^^ , A »^^angjln, | ^ ^ tsuy ; fulness, ^ ,"^ fE T ^sm 
pe!h. \^ ^ tsuy kin ; (o cause, ' wang ke leaou ; the draught of 
^ ^ lib Ui\^^ ; to oblige one oblivion, ^ J^ yu wang ; the 
to be a wiinofcS, "^ ^ gf soup of oblivion, ^ 3^ ^ 
ling wei chfnof : to b<? obliged ! ru'^ hwan t'hang ; the tree of 

oblivion, ^ ^ i^ wo6 yew 

shoo. 

Oblivious, ]^ © U^ 

wang hwan teth, ^ f £ 4i^ 

woo kesin. 
Orlong, 

;^^ chang srav, IR ,_ 

kwa lob yancr, ^ ^ ^ ^ 

ke tan yang urh. 

CffeLOQu V, Dn ^ how pi'ng, 

/£ >^ ^ In ^'^^w ma che 
yu ; reproach, ^ |p Hniy jfih. 

Obnoxious, ^ ^ 6^ 
y^w tsuy teth ; obnoxious to 
the laws, ^ i^ |^ fan fa 

teth, m'^ ^M ^^^ 

tang show hing teth, ^|1 sely. 
Obscene, jj^ y^") ^ t 



to one, ^ $t J^ l|g show 
k^jin tsin;jf; very much obli- 
ged to you, ^ ^ to mnng, 
w^J ^^ t'imou mrtng;.to oblige 
a person by civil tivatment. 
^ ^ A. ^ tsean^r tsew jin 
kea, 5jg ^seang rsSw, ^ \^^ 
t'he tee ; to be obliged to do 
anything, i^ # Ei fJlD f ^ 
pub tih e urh tsS, H 4# ^ 
^ chth lib e tsung. 

Obliging ; courteous, ^ ^ 
yeW lo ; kind, ^ il^i yew sin ; 
obliging conduct, j^ ^ tszd 
h6, §^ j|jg wei yuen. 

Oblique, ^ seay, [|\^ tsth, 

M "^^y> 1^ Pe'^' 3S wae ; ob- 
lique rayg, ^ |§ seay yang ; 






OBS 



891 



OBS 




^kanytn telh, -^ fl ym 
Iwao : obscene books, ^& ^ 

flu fiiioo, ^ 3C y*^ ^^'^^ • 

(hose wiio use obscene Looks 
will go to hell ^ M ^ 

96 A ilk Wi ^^^^ y>Q ^hoo 

. pellijuii te yuh ; obscene Ian. 

«%•», SI ^ > fn »a.., P W 
Bddj y}n ; obscene con^ersa- 

^^^'. ^M 13 yin 8zs, $te I 

kea csaou ■ obsc ii^^ dit f-s. | 
3fjliwan e; olKsrtin.^ aftair:^, 
ijji]^9."^v tsinir: • bsr.'n • or- 

ciwshts; obscoo'j |>!<!t' r*s, ff^ 
^cli l...n kunsr, ^- ^ M 
pe lift loo ; improper exliibi- 

k fiiin Mb yang laze, ]^ ^ 
By gf Q \ oo wt-i telh yiiiig 
sih. 

Obscitre, ^ miniT, ^ ^^ 
J' w ming, 1^ ^ yew gan, 
^ ^ mfmg pe, tf^ ^ gan 
^^^Wt l^ae tae, H§ ^ 
gnn raci, |}4 mK cranio mang, 
^ ' ^ gae he, |^ ^ gae he, 

meaou ming, ^ 9f^ mune 
mei 1^ ^ yew mei, ^ ^ 
ni'lng inung, ® ^ gae tae, 
|||liwdy,#pesBt#tang 
mang, H^ mo, ^ see, B^ ^ 
yea yac, 1^ ch'bin, g^ m!h, 
ymiing, -^ miing, §^ B^ 



j hwan tt^, ^ nicen, ^^ ^yen 
i «i ^ ^ yc w wel, !^ ^ 
. ming Ns^,', )^ e. ||M tan 
Ikan. ^ }irj, j^^ hvan 

I S^"i IS ^ '^ njei ; obscure 

i toaces, 1^ ^ yew tselh ', ob- 

I scure vision, B^ hwang, 

: bwiih ; of olMscure origin, (j|l^ 

5^ tsTh low ; an obscure lane, 

l^^lowliang; an obscure 

style, 1^ ifi ^ ;jC to nfi tai 

sliwiiv : the mind obscured by 

•>'^tt.'r,iE:if^f,^ pe yu 

k'hi cliili; obscured by dust, 

^ kae : the sun obscur id by 

clouds, .-^ H y-n jih, B^ ffi^ 

y-n yen ; obscure and difficult 

to be understood, j^ ^ |^ 

^ yin mei nan h^abu ; oh- 

scure tales, J^ )^ ^^ g^ 

fmlngmSchc Inii ; nn obscure 

region, jl^ |{^- ^ J^ yew 
I plicih cliecho.'*. 

OusF^tiLs, ^P 1^ tsang 
le. 
, Obsequious disposition, 
^ 'J^ me^n jwan che 

jIn teth, ^ wef. 

Observant, JB see. 

Observance, regard, ^^ 
WiT^^ kung kfng che e. 

Observatory, ^g ^g ling 

^''^^5 W ^CySi ^ kwaii t'een 
seang ta6, 3s^ ^ k'han low. 
To OBSEBVE, 1^ kwan, Jg[^ 





smg, 




OBS 



892 



OBT 






kwan k'han, 



kgen, 

^ k'lian keen, ^^ ^ kwei 
keen, P| ^^ kwei she, ^ '^ 
Ian k'han, ^ too ; to notice, 

T^B ^ ^'^® *^*^^ ' ^^ observe 
the feast of the tombs, ff^ 
J^ ta ts'hinj ; to observe a 
feast generally, ^ gji show 
tsee ; to observe times and sea- 
sons, :j^ ff^ scangshe ; to ob- 
serve one's actions, ^^ f^ 
kwan hinrr j to observe laws, 

aM ^ # y^ tsun show K*uh 
fa J to observe the ten com- 
mandments, ^ ^ -j-* gjjj 
fung shbw shili krae ; obser- 
vers of the law, ||[ ^ tiun 
chay ; the science of observing 
the clouds, §g ^ ^ •j^ 
wang yun k'he f.» ; (o observe 
in conversation, ^ 5|§ shwo 
taou. 

Odsolf.te, ]^ fei, ^ ^ 
fei she, ^^ T ^ ^ \ew 
icabu full yiing. 

Obstacle, ^ |^ kan q:tn\ 

litpiogtang,j[;(f fc^ fdng 
ga5. 

Obstinatk, Q ^ koo 
chlh,^^chThga()u,:j^f^ 
pan chlh, ^ kan, §|g keang^ 
:f§ kth, ^ ^ t'heaoii k'hang, 
fj ^ wan tun, ^ ^ kwae 
yooJ^kciih,fe^chayl6, 
^ ^ woo nyih, i^ hcen, ^ 
meaou, f*p J^ chwan woo : an 




obstinate disjwsition, Jj][] ^Jjt 
k'hang sing ; obstinate and im- 
penetrable, j\^ f^^^koaou 
ko6 pub fhnng, ^U^^tB. 
pan chTh puh t'hnng ; an obsti- 
nate i>erson. ^]yj"5^ gaou tszft ; 
obstinate adherence, ^jQ y/f; 
keu ne ; do not be obstinately 
bent on anything, ^ ^ wo6 
shth ; obstinate and unaccom- 
modating, ^^^ wod i^een 
t'hung ; obstina!^ adherence 
to one's own opinion. ^ ^ 
S Mk ^oS chth k^ keen. ^ 
^ ch lb ch.», ^ ^^ yhiGf chc. 
To OBSTRUCT, fi^f^ krh 
gaS, 5^^ fang ga^, j^ 

'^ tsoe choo, ^ ^ Ian Ue.1, 

IWl Wi ^^'* y^®» ^ ^ y*" ^^*^» 

:^ keu, ^ die, |^ been , ^ 
kliaii-jf, ^ p'hei-; to obstruct 
a river, ^ J^ yung h6. jj^ 
i^ fan jan? ; to hinder, j^ ft 
irm choo, j^ f^ Ian tang, E& 
Ir, tsoo chfe. 

Obstruction, f^ g6, ^^ 
ch^e, :^kin, ^^chechoo, 
^S^y^chlh Che, pJrB^t^i fang; 
an obstruction in the ])owels, 

P^ 1^ cl^« ^'^^oft- 
To onTAiN, ^ ah, ^ 

hwo, JJC k«», l^ tTh ; to oh- 

tain by improper means, >Jijj 

^^ kow till : to obtain one's 

wisiies; ^ ^ iTh £ ] to obtaia 





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favour, lH j^ hw5 gnin : !o yiii, jg j£ cljay choo, 

obtain by sbeer-luck, ^ '^ " chay ka«. 

heaon hlng, f^^ liiug hwd, ' Oocasiov. opportunity, ij^ 

^ 15^ beaou lilng ; to obtain '^ ke liwiiy. f^ j^ she how, 

liappily, ^ ^^ liing tth . to i a very good ocoadion, )|^ Jj5 

oljtain deliverance, 35 ^ ^ '^ shda p^eii ke liwuy, ]\\^ 

liwu k«S\v ; to olMaiu under i [^ shun she; on all occasions, 

false pretences, ^ J^ pih |^ H^ sfiy she. ^ ^ chan^ 

chwang ; to obtain the body of j g^^ j cause or rear»o!i, J^ ^ 

a man iu the metempsychosis, i y„;>„ ^oS, |^ ^ yuen yew 

^" **^ X ^ ^^'^ '^^^^'^ J*" ^ ^ 1 ES >'*-^ >'*^^^ ' ^^' ^^^^ "^ ^" 





u6u;to obtain from boa ven. 1 ^-a^, jo n to rejoice, ^)f|^ ^ ;^ 

obtaiD happiness, ^ Wt "a casion of quarrel, i^ |^ hea 
liih ; difficult to obtain, ^ ^ ; hin, ^ ]^ hin keth ; an occa- 
nantlh; those who seek will' gion of disagreem'ut, ^^' 

... "^fe^ "^^ .■'^k 4^9 * ' C-M i"^-* 




o*»tom i^ ^ ^ *JB? f^ y'ew ^ @ sang keth che yin ; to 
k^w pelh tib. 

To OBTEST, ^ §9 ^^^^ 

ming,^ B^ shwo mtnsr. 



take advantage of an occasion, 
^ ^ shing peeu, ^ ^ j^ 
shing ke hwuy ; do. for evil, 




To OBTRUDE, 4s 5e 3i^ ' [® shing keih : wbat occasion 

t'huy uin lue. ftjjff ^ wang ; ig there ? flif ^ I16 k'ob, fi »^ 

t«eio Itte, 4^ IS J^ w^"g I16 phlh ; no orrasion, ^ >J2i 

*« t'huy. , null p<ilb, "^ M piih yiing. '^ 

0BTLME,^7RchMiun pun, ' ^ pub seu, T^f ^ woj yung ; 
fiB^hojtODj^^clij tiin.* no o-ra-ion to trouble yourself, 
^'^ lob pun,^ ^^ y u lob, \^}^^i^ piih yfi"g fei "n. 

, ^ k'han t'h jw. • To occasion, -^ ling, ^ 

To OBVIATE, prevent, 5u ■ ^he; to occasion a violent dtath, 
nfin ; to obviate difficulties, ^! -^ j^ ^ Tt ^^^S j^" P^^^ 
ISmeen nan ; to obviate future ! wanir ; 10 occasion joy, ^ /^ 
«vil8, j^^^^chod bow hwan ' j^ ^- che iin wcl Ivi ; to seek 

Obvious, clear, flB ^ '^^"S ', occasion, i^ ^ l^*'ay koo. 
P'h; easy and natural, J^ ^ 1 Occasional, i^^^ — ' q^ 
«l>un pein. ! piih yth sh^, S £ ^ san 

To uBtMBBATE; JO^ ]|B| i^ ^^^ ^^^' 



occ 



894 




Occident, Bi 1^ sc p^en, 
19 ^ Be fanp, j^ ^ eo liwft. 

DocipuT, III tuh, 13^ ]« 
low Un^, ^ ^ iiabu koe. 

(>iMM'LT,i5^ ^ m«;th meilij 
^isl[j</ij|>/«iii<ili, BflfHiH niMti 
giuii, 1^ ~r^ 8ze Ilea, ^ J'jf' 
Nliin iiu^uou. 

UOCIIPATION, bUuillcSS. ^ 

k»»\v tuuj^, 2^ g^ BZe !»«»•' ; 
worU,IIl ^ kun-j foo, ^ 
uliiili : ilu^ occupation of as^;lio- 

iuMi lu'o ; the occu|)atiun of a 
lutrihant, or mechanic, i^ 
inoo Uk^\ ; |H)8t<e8riioii, 
kiS'n : to udtwul to ontVs own 
iic«-U)uUion, J;^ i^ ^ woo 

|uM» tUi k1lUUJ,^ gj ff X ^ 
miMi>>\v knni* too.J^^|mli 
boa, 'ff |^y^w^^^^^ 

To occvPY. lo nil, ^ 
ciriinnst.j^Pl clrhoDv'; to lakrt 
portrtrPNion of. |lj ]j^ ijirn |u ; 
to ooiMipy a pKict^, i^f )»/f ^5 
cht»n til (pa6 ; to oooopv H<«* 
post of prini<% miniHtPi* ^ ^& 

eeang clie wei ; to occupy tlic 
place of anoiiier, ^ X 3^ 
9^ t^ 8iu lb szi. 

To OCCUR, to meet with 5|| 







kuw, ^ |||[ kow yd, ^^ 
fun;^ cb5. 1^1 shlh, 
shih, ^ tang, ^ tsaou, 
woo. jffl yln?. B^ fang ; it 
(lorn occMti^. ^^ ^ han ko«b«^i 
if uii affitir occurs ^g ^ 
JT" yd y.w szr k:-.?. 

OCCLRKENCL. — 

ylh !.waii sz^. — (^ ^ ylh 
kiien szt: ; in the cntninon or- 
curronces of life, ^ ^j ^ |^ 
keu tun^che keen ; a sad oc* 
cuncnce, ^ ^ nun sze. 

Ocean, -^ T^j^ la yang, f^ 
j^ yang hab, :f^ ^ ta hd, 
feil kej ho, ^Ki^ wae 
yan^; the western ocean, W 
^ se yang. 

Ocean-UK K, y^ha6«,'Jt^ 
mang yang, 7s|>=F ™^ou yang. 

Ochre, |J^ J^ tsze hwan?. 

Octangular, /V ^ B^ 
pa ked telh, A A 6^ I^ 
nieen telh. 

kwo pa lenh fuh kd yin, 
kllf pa scang sang. 

OcT.VOENARIAN, ^ "" "" 

^ pa shTh Buy chay, F ' 
chung 6h6w, ^g teS. 
Ocular, § ^ |§(| miih 
k'han teih ; ocular demonstra- 
ti«n,^ ^ ^6^t8'hinmfih 
keen telh ; ocular deceptioni 
^Q^ been yaou, Igyaou. 






6D0 



so.) 



OFP 



; ^yen k ho, ^ |g ^ 6^ k'lie ; .^NVC-t.sin.Uin- ^^ 
Hin yen Ising tcTh. ; han haii. 'jvj' jf^ l»an han. 




kh:- 




JP4 




Odd. ^jS^ liiig SUV pj|| ' Opmir, 

kang,^ld:lhe odd days ni' || ;iiiir k Im- 

the month, p|j Q kang jTli ; hiiYir heaisg 

w odd number. ^ JK tansoo, ; (lii.FMAT'^'rs swellings. 

flFw^k^ S06 : even and odd, clihn^. J2. ^ ti«iih ch-'jii/. 

j^ kMie gbw ; strange, ^ ; G'.nr i \n liarp, Sl^ f"'*:; 

kft kwae, ^ '^ fei chang, : k'hMi. ^ ^ fun^ tsTh. 

IJg kpn^ kwae^ ^ ^j d:sMHnAfa«, ||^ klh, bQ 

chiuke. ^^ kae, "^ '^ kob j 8^ yen how ; nut 10 go down 

kwae, ^ H k£j, 1^ kac ^ | the ^r.ophagus, ^MM 

ihirly and odd, ^ "f" ^ 1^ ! pufi lO kih. 

«an §b:h vew kS ; odds and Ok, as the fai /n of the gcui- 

eods,^ kS, ^^ ling yu • nw ra*r:, i< mad.! by ;^ chc 

odd jobs, SpiBpIEi^ liHGC-ppy '''«'»• Jic t** : and .some- 

t^uykuiigfoo: odd stars. S * iun»'^ omitted, a-^ ihr. kiiie ut 

^lingsing. hoavcn, 5^ 5E i hs^i wanij ; 

OoK. gqp she, g^ ^ teaou the lord ul ifie couiu. y 1^ ± 

^^i ^ ^ ^f^^' ^O ; lh« l>^*>k kwo choo : of ronr- -. [If ^ 

of odes, §^ ^£ she king. tszt* pn. |^ J^ ji -n -In . (»f 

Omous, 11 ^ kho wo V ohi, "^ ]'j^ sh:h w ..- ^ j^ 

HiE6^ k'lib han teth • very kcw kuw ; of lato, ^ /}^ km 

odious, ^ "1^ ^ ^ ^ rfhin laA : m^y of d !:,'(:=: nan, % j]^ 

k'hbt'huntj woo teTh. J^ fjj e yu tfv*aon hwa : I n^v^r 

Odium, j^ ij^. X"^'^ *^<'^'» ; *»^*^*»'** ^^' *^' ^ ^ ^ pt|l tfe 
tobriiig upon one's-srlf pnhlir gno \v*\ che wan y \y , 10 8|>e.iK 

^'^' ^ ^ -^ IVJ *!& J^y ^^ ^ w ^ ^^»*^ • dfiairous oi 
*^^«ngjinteihhau. ga»", ^ $'I f'''*^" *'h iha 

ODORIFEROUS, § heangi 1 greatejft of all. ^/^ /f ^ tsuy 
fun heang, 1^^ hing i ui chay, ^ 4^ ^ H* ^'^^n^ 
^» ^"^ fang tsih, ^ chung kwci 5*hbw. 
^ %\ fci, H gae, f'l gan, | Off, tar jg ^ yuNn h} :^a 
K i5^ pe fun ; odoriferous litth' way (►IF. ;|| ;^ ^^j^* ^|£ 
*ood, ^ ^ bcang miih : odo- Ic chc puii yuen j to cut oJl'. ^f 

(4 



^t 



OPP 



896 



<^qp 




tseen twan 




to run otr, ^ 
p'hun rsbw ; to set off on a 
journey, ^ ^ k'hr^ c\\\nir ; to 
pay offa debt,^^J^^ 
hwaa chai tfiin'Z ts'liob ; lo let 
one off, ^ ^ jaou che ; b^ 
Qff. ^^ Khcii f^. 

Offal, >f^ |^ ^ ^ woo 
wei cli& wall. 

Offkkck, ^ tsrfv, Jgi kw6» 
'^ iilc kwo shlli, H 3g isiiy 
go : oft^iices against propriety, 
3 Jl9 w^V '^ ) ^ small oir nee, 
<J> ^ seabu kwo ; great do. 
;fc 1^ ta tsuy. 

To OFFEXD. f^ iP ah tsuy, 

chaii, ^f£ chuli fan, "p^E 
kan fan, J^^fang t'huli, ]^ 
l^cliachih, j^rUe. tii te, 

fan, 1^- IB k;:enfan, jj^^ 
ling kea, P ^fi maou fan, ^ 
•tso, /r -^ lang min,',"^^ 
tjBan<r, ^ Jung, §1 kelh : lo 
offcnil invisible intelligences, 

ininir : to offend against reason, 
^itlJihohoo,^ JSjWlN: 
to offoud unwittingly, g^ J2, 
wodfan; to offend pnr 
^ f B chub fan, i E 
chulij to be offended, Xi « 
keta kwae ; to offend against 
|he laws, ^ )^ f^n fa . to 
o^tod by abrupuieaa, ^ ^ 



)08ely, 
maon 



raiinot be offended at hiin, ^g^ 

^ ^ ftfe ^^^^ P*^'^ ^^^ ^'^^ '> 
to offend a 8U|>eripr, ^j^ J^ 

fan shang. 

O'^'PENDER, :|E^ \ fan jin, 
^ :||^ fpuv fan ; an old offn- 
dcr, ^ H tselh fei, ^ fg 
giian fan,^ J^S'^an te. 

Ofpensivk and defensive 
weapons. ^ ^ sliih k'hi, S 
*? ^ © ping kea che shnh. 

To OFFER, to pr^gent, ^J^ 
Jt.8ung shang, ^ t<e, ^ 
j^ h Jen sh in'4, ^ j^ fuii^ 
lieen, ^ ^ knng shoo, ^ 
«ew, f]^ «^w, ^ ^ kung 
fung, f^ ^ shoo tseannr ; to 
offer up as sacrifice ^^ ^i 
hien tse, 3Eii'ang |^ kw»i, 
f'^ kwei, |j^ f li tse s^ '.. 
t»"en ; to off«r tribute, n 
tsin kuiig, 1^ "^ n\ kuiig ; to 
offer presents, ^ ^ siing l« ; 
to offer up su(>plicalions, y^ 
1^ kp tnou ; to offer up a liba- 
tion, gj^l^ iietin kwan : to of- 
fer up taxes, ^ ^^^ 
shoona tseen leanj; ; to offer 
np a requr-st, Jl^«haiig pui; 
to offer battle, ^ ^ neih 
cben ; to oder U)) with both 
hands, ^ fung, p^ J^ funi* 
shang; to offer for §aJc, Hx 
been, ^^ ^ been mae. 

Qff]::uino, ^ be, -^^ 




m 



897 



OPJ-" 



g[be.angheen :ofl^ings (o iu- 
I'wblt beiug». ^ cbue, ^ he ; 
aSeriii.** at lite loiiibs of ances- 
lon, ^2pE hea'^a lh'*aiig ; a 
mcat-offcriiig, ^ ||^ shju 
kHfk ; a anmll offcriitg, ^ 
fliwiiy: a lHirnt-off;riii<i, ^ 

2»)j|^ftwii*5, if$ fan 
ffftin. 

OmcR, public charge, ^ 



foo, ^ 11" taae kwan ; a higK 
officer, Jt2 S »**ang been, ^ 
^ la foo, ^ E •* chm ; a 
deputed officer, ^ ^ mr-.^ 
yu"»n ; an offi'-er off duty, ^ 
% jftng Id, ^ ^ san jan^ 
^ -^ jun<r kwaii ; offioer:< v\ 
sri*iit;ral, ^ 'g' pill kwaii. "Q* 
^ pth Icani, ^ ^ rhoo 
inzh ; iniliuiry officers. ^ '^ 
woo kwan, E jf pin^ kwaii, 
pin<; t'lidw ; civil offi^ 







cWi fan ; a pulili-; bulldm^ 
{[Pfvay mun, ^ ^ kun? 
rtoN^i^i^lio^miy.g^l 
Ann cliuu;,', f^ ^ y&y g lio >, 
^jl" It-aoTi (auj; to be in 
^ 3B I^ '«•*'• shrt ; to en. 
leron offic*^, j^ ^ahan.r jni ; 



ficer by i>urchase, f^ j^ cliTh 
yuan, t^ 1^ 1^ keuen iia 
kwan : an offi'xr of the royal 
household, ^ j^ k;*a chin ; 
a brother officer. ^ {^ tilng 
lea-Su ; an officer who I' as 
rh'irge of the hills an J forest 4, 



<• reiire from offi.-e, ^fc "Jt | fJ^ iQh ; do. of the fields, © 
thi f ze ; to decline office, ^ ^ t3ftn tseun. 



Ijj^ szft cSYh ; to desert one s 
office, 1!^ Iflt f'haiu chih ; 
public business ^ ^ ch'hae 
ize, ^ ^ knng k/.* ; to dis- 



Official, situation. f£ jmi, 
'It IK »^wan chth, %' f^ 
kwan li&ii ; offici.il authority, 
^ ^chTh chin; ; offi:iul do^ 



eharse from office, ]^ |^ kih runient, i^ i$E ts^w chang, 
i^^« A ^ 1^ ^li^>> '1 offit^e fo^ ^ ^ R^ii chanz. ^ t^ nnti 
I»nn«t«, $ ^ ^«n 'i"??- I tub, ^T^^s w pun, ^ ||^ 

OpFicKR of government, ^ w^n •^hoo, ^"^ <-han? heth, 
H kwan fob, ^ i kwan f^ ^ lce^^ dm, ^ ^ kg^n 
yi n, ^ ff' yuen p'h:?en, -ft tsth, |L ^ ki-u wan. X i^ 
^ sze hwan, 1^^ kwan wSn i.»2»5 : official duties, ^(1 
hwan, If 15 kwnn Ic-, @ ^ J*J^ yfn wo > ; offl lal ordar, ^ 
eliin leoou, ^ 3 v^w sze, ^ ha^u Ifnij ; offl»'ial reply, 
y^ s^, ^ ^ hung IJ5 gl p he hwfty, ^ j^ p'Ul 




I* 



m. 




V^i' J u jv J^ ^^ r*^i :':. 3i* oa ihai ! 






'f ■ 



I'o 03 •'; c • A T F "^i t'i '..' : i n 




e^# ■^p-^-^ ft:?; 



for^-f jiy. ^ ^ . 1^' ^f cr wretched : 41^ ^ ra-'ns ts»i ; 



r'^,c,,... ^ ^;o.z^ oh Mo. He. '^iJCii «^« 

^ ^ e:.H.i ./-i, n^W- yj he : oh ! I irrt is K«o. 

fcaoij sir. J »z? : an ofn:iou«i, jh^i g2 ^ w.>c. kirsa ua4 : oa 

golire m^ rivin be a d^r^rivvi. j.^^ Lauiif .1 ! JS^ ^ woo 

|2^«i!(^lr'^ -' -^'ay hwan?: o'l n:T Mla^'-vao I 



9 



Offi.so /^ (S van.' .i.rVn. y^„ „. 

OrrKKir.o. :^ ff d--^ o.i. :^ vew : oil of pipper- 
chnn?. ^& i-zceeih, ^ „ j,,. |^:j^}Ao5 ho yew; 



^ how e, ^ f^ h'iw ta-;. ^^j; ,^inii:,2s, i'^ ^ rew hwa; 
Often, ij. ^ |?.y taze, § ^il pp^r, i|5 ^C >«* «^f>e 5 <>»' 



^ '"/ 'fcT"" ^ '-^ ^" '"^ •='''*»'• ■'* ^ '^'^ i«^ = °" '^"- 

^ 5; ^ .o .habi. isz^ ^ 1^^^^ ;jjj ^ j.^^- tseih : oilr 

4f ig to shab.1 l.'.v,'.y, ^ :f mo.iihed. ifi 0^ v^iv uiiy . 

ke tsaou : ®_^«» Jii«<iJ|"^/'fl'" pure oil. i(^: S tsi:.- v.^w ; fra- 

succccded, J[§ ^ »|^ lay „ram oil. -:^7ft h-anj y.jw : 

8»« Iny n.V<i„ , often tha..ged, ^^^..^^j ,^j, ^ ^ jjj ,,,« ,„i 

^ # Iny ylh : constan.Iy oc- jy-,,. . ,„,,„ard-seed oil. ^ift 
cirnn^ 'WmVR '^}^g yew tsae yew : t.a oil. ^ y^ch'ha 
i«ih, WW^W^m Wang yg^ . eocoa-nut oil. ttl yft 
wang yew tclh HZe. | y^y y.^ . ^^^ „j,^ ^ .^||j t,;^ 

liB*V °l^' "' '■''"<'"''"'" W yew J cotton-seed oil, ^ J^ 
flg^'lf ch.jj^3^n yew hway.-.w,;|^^}ffira?i^nt3Z8 
Utng^ chttou,^ U^ meen | y .^ . „„ ^j, „j„^ J||^ ^j ^,.^ 

'«»6, Is hwan, |?g y»«i^ ^ tsth; to anoint with oil,"^ 
yM» |to ogle together, fg |R .^^ „§ y^^ |^ ^'^ f^^ y.„. 



^ 3n Bhe yen wan? ia^, ; to 
continue ogling, ^ ^Idw pan. 



Ou.V, ^ ^ ||t/ yNw ygw 
tei'h, lij jlj 6^ ch hflh y^' 



OLD 



*<^.rti 



OLD 



telh, ^^ft ^ saOff yew tiili. lold aiiJ skilful, ^mci; old 

Ointment, ^H^l^aouyft: and indefatioable, ^ ^ ^ 

ointment for sore bone«. ^^ i j^ ||{/ inaou kS keueri yQ 

^ ^ P*^ kwiih chrt ; oi.it- k'liln ; old and young, ^ /jj^ 

ment for sores, vfe ^ 6^ W ^'^^^ shfibu, ;;^ ^ labu yow^ 

f^ cM chwang tetli kaou yo. , i^ ^p labu seabu ; old a^d 

Old, ^ labu ; old in years, and infirmity, ^ ^ Iflng 

^^ j^ neen labu leTh, ^ ' pfnir : an old married couple, 

^ labu mae, |g inaou : old i WjS^ S^ ^''w hwan kow : an 

agc,^ ^ kow ia')U, ^ ke ; ' ^^ family, ^ "JHt yih sliV ^ 

extome old age, ^ ^ ^^^ I ^ >'*^' ^'^ ' ^''* "^^^^ ^ M 
pe{,)3 ^ mc; show : old and san • j-o, J^ ^ uipI s^h- w : 
emaciated,^ ^ labu Fiy j \ '^M. and nof new. 'gs k. w, Ji^ 
an old man. ^ |p f 2 labu '<o', ^;( f^j o i kJw ; an old 
t'how Orb. >cL\^ '^" j"'"^ Irioiid. ^ ^ !co': keaou. j^j^ 
^^ ^ ^ labu ung ; old i A ko) j.i.. ^^ j^jlr kew kuj, 
°^' J^ « '^'" ke,f| ^ :^- )|^ liibu pane;: an old fa- 
hwiogfii, ^^ kow chang jj^hion, -^ 7^ ^ labu yang 
xK P^® j'*"> 6J§ mi ''^^^' Isze; from of old to ibc present 
jow: an old woman, jjjl wan. time, "^ ^ "^^ jf^ kou wani; 
Jt^ kan p3,^iq I^ wan pj: kin lie ; old cIoiIk?^. -^ ^ 
an old mother, pSj ^ o foo, kew e, {^jfepee, |jj^ keae ; 
||?owj^ j^^ labu ma, j(^ | »" old book, ^#k.iw shoo ; 
«i&i8 wan niians:, j^- mob. i an old house, ^ ^ kew uh ; 
Hmob ; old womnni.h. f^ ^^ old shoo, ^ ^ lan head ; 
han;an old lady, is:i^V\vai ; ol'l'fashioncd. "^^^koo labu; 
I'hae,^ Pwan ; old and stu- | <^'^ incks, J^ ^ koo ch5 ; he 
P*^' ^^ ^ ^ '^^^ ™^" '^ beginninir hjg old tricks a- 



gain, ^^i^VB koo ch6 

fuh ming; an old saying, '^ 

koo yu ; old and durable, 

labu t^hee ; to repir 






wo6 che, ^ ^ labu chue ; 

oUaoddim, ^ ^ labu roa3U; 

old and weak, ^ || labu j6 ; 

old and ex|)enenced, :^ ,^ j .« ^ ^ . 

Wm» lecn, ]^ ^ ^ ^ l«'h I the old, |^ ^ sew kf w : on 

^ labu chtng, :^ ^ ^ ' ^'^ scholar, ^^ sub jod ; to 

S 'abu ching leen la • old i ^^i^^^ the old and adopt the 

*nJ wrinkled, ^fi^ kaou tae : »iew, |^ g]^ j^ kTh kew 



OLl 9()(i OMN 



tseu sin : very old, ^fl ^ hoo 5^ ^^ seen cha^u, ^ ^ kk 
kaoii, ^ tSe : how old are cliaon, J^ 8'"nn^ : a favourabis 
you! i^^ ^^Ift "*^to oni II ^ ^^ kelh chaou, ^ 
•haba ne^n ke, Jf ^ kwef f|t li-w cliiiii.|gj Ice, fi^ # 
kaiii; ; you are nider ihan I chm seaiig. ^^ f|^ krtii aian j, 
am by cue year, f^ ^ 1& ^ , jjj^ ]^ fleansr fluy^ a bad o^ 
_^ii^ labu kw'^ gno vTli men, ^ p^ kew rhtng. jfy 
neea;ofold, .t ife" ^ fig ^^ heuu^cliaou, |^^Ujuiig 
slian^ koo f>^6 Ii6w : old ami stiausr. 

virtuous, ^ ^ flf Jg yl'W Omk.vti-m. 8j£ ^ che yen. 
ch'liis ye»" lib. I Ominous, a|»p>aruiice, 30C 

Olrandrr, 3RS fi* ^fe '^e« ^ y**«" f"n- ^ ^ I'n^ f"*«- 
cbilb t'ba5u. I Omission, ^ a^ ^ 9 

Olra FRAORA^s. ^E ?u s''ih kwo chc PZ \ 
kwei hwa, ^ ^ ^ tan kwei . To omit. ^ ^ shrh k'h'vf^ 



hwn. _ _ |?il'»w, 5t^esbTh,f^Jft 



Olrbanum, ^(i ^ jobishibtS: to oiuit the inaerik>u 
bcang. of any thing, ^ ^ 1 )W lan? ; 

Olfactory nerves, ^ ^ omitted two sentences, ^[^ ^||p 
^ "p] ^ wan hew che sze . Zl ^ to 15 urh keu; oinittt;d. 
kwun. ! forgotten to be inserted, j^ ^K 

Olive, ^P( ^^ ^^n Ian, ^| shth tsai ; there must be ffuine- 
^J keen kwb, ff "? tsiug j thing omitted, {0 ^ I9 ]J)C 
tsze ; yellow olives, Bl|f pih j pt^th yf'*w kcue wan ; to ii'^flrlect, 
Ian ; purple do. ^ ^ woo ' @ ,^^ k'hin r hwuh, ;fC 3FJ| 
Un ; wild olives. ^ A ]@ Puh le, ^ ^ ; k^he. jj| ^ 
tan pa shoo, flS A '^ tan pa ! shay k'lie, ^ g kli^ chc ; 
shoo ; reddish olives, TfC tP ^^ ^^^ <>" <>■)« •ide, ^ "j^E — ' 
^ muh che hwa ; frasrrant ^ shay tsae yThpeeu,||g^ 
olives, J^ ^ ^ tan kwef j — ^ ^ k6 tsa^ yih peen. 
hwa ; preserved European o- Omnipotent, ^ ]^ ^ 
lives, pK ^ ^ shwuy ung 1 1|^ woo so piih nang, ^ ^^ 



tsze; they also call the Euro- 
^n olive, ig ^ ^ ^Ib ;^ 

gf se yancr soo y6w cbe shod. 
Omen, ^ ^ chaou t'how, 



p^ tseuen nang trih ; omiiipo-. 
tence,^@;^:;fetfe wod 
keth che ta nang, ^ ^ s^ 
^ dS ^^ P^ ^t] cbe niog 




ONE 981 ONE 

OMMPRfc.6RNT, j[fL ffj ^^ ^ clioo : me piece of aoy 

^ wodsbpQh teal iliiiij. — • -^ yili ko, — ^|* 

OaiMiacii.\T, ^ ^ ^ yTli k»a« — fg y;Ij ko, — 

^ wodab puh che ; expre.-^s«Ml ^ y ili m L • — f^ ylh keen ; 

by J* ^ It-abu ko;n, }£ ^ «»•<? |* r?.iii. -^- -jj y'li w.-i : 

cUng k«d : which is »Aid lo be ! one afljjr. — - i^ ]^ y'h 

a complotc ciri 1-; of inu-Ili- [ cLun^'fitJ, — f^ 4^ y-l» kc-iri 

8««=«t $t ^ M HJI ^ .15 I ^*« i ®''- vollliir:. — 4C vTh 

ke ke5 yueD m'tiig poo cliaiSu. - P^" I one wurk. — ^ ^ 

Os. ^ UaiJ, t shang; on ' > •'' |w«» slioo ; one fisli. — 
the table, ^^Jti^^' clio B^lyK wci yu : one Uiiif^. 
Bhang: on ihe ihronc, flf ^ j M ^7 J-'' -^'huW uoii, — • ^ 
tMe wer ; on ihe riglii hanii. I J J \'*h pi fauii ; one houa<. ^ 
44 * yeW pTeu : on my side. I ^ — ■ rff tai» j uS y:li so. — 
l^^ycfT gnb; on a sudden, ■ iHJ ^ ^ >'-'» ke- n f^nj; t^z^; 
%fSt h^"'*'* je" ; on In.rse- one piece of clulli. — jG ?^ 
ba€ls,|[^ w ^ '"^ "'^ I '" ^^^^'' ' -^ ^ ^^^ •'^'^^ » ®"** carj-ia.r. — 
a rap on one's head. "^ Jt i SB ^ > '^* *«s»nS k*^": — §^ 
l^l^iihowsliang Uieuia3u; ]^ y^li siting i^^. one caeii^ 

Off foot ^ fr P®^ '^''"?; «^" — ^ ^ ^''^ »'an U^len ; one 

t/ie StOU'id ^ tfe t»ae le ; on inftii. O ^ y^/i k-i j:n, 

all sides, jal sze nii^n. A — • ^» • »i y h m.ng ; one 

1^»ze, fang; on accoint of b'jatl. — '^3feylh kuocjjoj ; 

0^ yin wci, Q |Jj yin one h:ad uf caiile, — Jf^ ^ 

yew : on ilie first niomli.^ |E ylli tli'jw n'-w : Ofie drau^Iii of 

JJ yfi rliinz yuc ; on c-fxl wat^rr. — P ^ y'h kirow 

t^^rins, :|3 jl^ aeaiig habu, ^ sliwiry ; one fowl. — ^ Ift 

ni-^eii shen : on purpose, Vihch.h kft; oo^ liorse, ^-^ pC 

^ ilh e , ^ 1§^ **®^ ^- '^ >'^'* p'liclh mi : one sheet 

Once, — • JX Y^'* ^^^'^' "^ ®^ P^P""^- — 5>^ ^ V^^ cUang 

Q] yth hwfiy, — ai! y*'* *^^*^ 5 '^"^ by o***^- y*'*' 

isnou : at onre, — I^y*!* s'»^: y'^ — fr — f¥ y*' •**' " 

lay on Vf-rniillion once, J^ $^ y '^» kein ; ons of a tlion-and, 

^ — jl^ shang yin cliuo ylli |f^ l^e£ : one in ten thou^an-J^ 

UiJu. ^ — wan yih ; of one miid, 

OxE, —ylh. Zlylh ^ lb, i^ iCl^ hefi sin ; one says, — ^ 




ONE 



9^^2 



doz 



-*-i= 



yth yu5 ; one wliiU*. — 
yS] ylh ineftii ; one only, 'f'j;^ 
— ■ wei yih ; one effort and 
have done with it, — • ^ ^JC 
^ ylh la5u yutig yth ; one af- 
ter the otlicr, ]^^ lah siih 
TO *vC ^^^^^^ ^^2C'i ; every one. \ 
^ ko ko ; one and all/ 
jj4^yih pinu : consider f hem , 
all as one, ^ jfO — ^ ts.i 
firh yih che ; ihe true ono, viz. 
God, iS — ' chin v^i ; t'**. tru' 
Lord is only one, i^ 3£ Jt 
— ' chin choo che ylh ; one an- 
other. {^ itk P'^ tszb :any one, 
IS A. suy jin ; every on*^, ff 
— - ko ylh ; such a one, 3^ A 
mjwjn; one while, — » |q] 
ylhheanqr: one eyed, ^ g 
niah, ^ ke, ijjf nuao i , 
man wiih one eye can see, Ky 

ne ; one-bgged. JEpL J^ lan 
13 ah, ^ kft ; one's own 
country, ^j^ ^ P^^n kv\6; 
one's own mind, TJ^ 'IL' p:in 
sin ; one*s-sMf, ^ kung, {U 
Pi ts7x kft, Q ^ tsze kr-a, 
1^ ^ tuh shin; one's-self 
and others, P^ ^ ke wQli • \ 
otm half, — ' ^ yth pwan. ^ '■■ 
pcen ; one's own |)er3on, ^ ^ ; 
ts'hin kun:?,^ J^ ts'hin shin ; j 
one o'clock, — • ||q ^g yth i 
Usen chuncr ; one connected ' 
whole, — ^ yth t'hun,j. 





OmscuSj^^c wef, a^ 

'• e wei, !^ ^^ wei shoo, 

_ ^ wei shoo, p^ 1^ shoo 

fo5, ^f fan, 1^ 1ft chay 

chung. 

Omov, ^ tsung, J^ tsuner, 
M SI tsunjr t'how, /g S 
Uifsung, ||:^juyy5, |g 
^ chow choo ; wild onions, 
UJ .^ xS '^" ^ze koo; small 
do ^hJ -J« ko tsze ; hoiled do. 

1^ 



lIi:. 



. ^ che, jj^ kwang, fl 
t-^n ^ tan. ^ ^ tan tan, 
j^ te, f$ ilh, fj| to3, ^ tuh, 
|(J£ wti. '1^ wei, ili ^ wei 
tuh, {3 ^ ran tih, ^ ^S tan 
tuh/gch.h,||we1, ^ yth, 
^ rhrh ; not only, ^ '(I? piih 

'••^"•.^ #puh che, ;;^^ jt 

pah die; only disturbing my 
mind, U\ gg 4>l ifiil ^^^e keabu 
ijnb sin ; only heaven is per- 
fect, fil ^ ^ ;^ wei t'hcen 
wei ta ; it is not only doin^ 

puh sliii kwang tso chay kb. 

O.VLT-BEGOTTEK, Sf^ ^ 

tlh sang, ^ ^ tuh san«/. 

Onset, ± M :t W^ 
shang tse^n che shS. 

OxwARDB, ^ gy Wang 

tsiien. 

Tooozr, through, ^16w, 



f 



t«£, 395 #««>"*. ^; Wtw».!l kV,,^ will, |g 

«n;(i> ooze in, j^ tian, JS k'liac, ^ [I'Jie, ^I'hun | to 
liio ; to ooze by (Irop*. Jjy ^)^ ' open out the iiienning, ^ |||^ 
I^elowjiooozeout.^pfl,^ selll b, J^ H p'tlo e, ^ j^ 

^'^ ^ ^ '^1 ^ ^"'> ^ ''''"^ ^^^ • ^ °(^" '^''^ '^" "''^' 

hvn. brclla, ^li ^ cliang aan, [j^ 

lOfAftCB, ^ ^ ^ Jilh ^ k'hae san; to open out 

fWiiitelh,;^ ^ BJI j>uh tViw straiglit, ^ ch'lioo ; f^ op^ii 

mlng,!^^,^ yi'ilutitcfh, jomaHlr am,y;tjflj ,;pu- 1,^; 

Bfgan. I tooiwiii out one'^j cli>fhc9, ^ 

OpE.v, ^^ Q^ tc*hae leih ; ; ^' ^'-ueii t- ; to i>|)en out sluices, 

W(le*pan. 1^ BOO, ^ l»e, ^ ! t^ la ; to oj*ii rho door. [Jfj fl^ 

ghesoo. ^1 khw6, jgle.h. ( klin,-. m/in, ^ M dm n::;^ 

|««. S§ ^ kea cha, gi^^ P^' Uo.,. f^ fs kcai' 

jltaboo aan ; aa opeo door, pj^ j i;i. j^l^ ^ !"^^i'' ii'Iui'^ [^ wi-i ; 

b»aj ap 0|>en mouth, 11^ hwa. (y (i[i<'ii oiki's «yf,8, |y-J g k'ue 

^p'hi. ^yar, UJTy'".^ mahJ?ghft.,,m.l.,inVi<>-!- 

eh'he, t^ 1^ k'heu kin; air to ojieu m.o'-? mirid. ^ (ii^^ 

tven place, |t % k^''""?;^ "I^ f^" i. Im siu hil. hKn 

iieit£;aa open dress, ^ 5^ , 'si»^ boo. ^^^^ [.'li '. f.ili : to 

■dbe; in open court, ^ F^ oik-ii a ecli.".l, |/^ 5'^ k h^ie 

lingchiin^; in o|>?n day, ^ ikv:m : V> "\-* n slvip |j}f lift 

3^ @ S tsiog I'heeo pth jtli ; '. k'liae poli, ^ J^ k'liuo (.c.;ii : 

anojiea bouac,^^ ch'ha^oiieo j to opoii Uu: irmIi, (to bliib; ^^ 

and loose, J|[).^ foo yii. '^ k'he rh'h>; ; to o[v.n iIia 

To Opek; ^\'hae, ^ ^ month, ^ P k'Uk k^liow ; to 

ta k'liae, ^ p^ k'he k'liae, open oiit'd inoutli iti ciireino 

^ chaoo^ * cl.a, ^ che, ^ m,d sw.arin?. ^ P fiSfe ^ 

eheo, Jg ^ cha aha, J^ ^ k'fmc k'hbw ta^w'cliow iiiaj 

ytng ; to opsn out, % M U \ lo oi-cn uj. a case, f^ ^ keai 

k'hae. ^ Die, 5B raeih, i^ td, J k'hae. ; to oi..>n a boo i, ^^ 

St p pow k'hae. ^ ph^ I p'he shoo, ^^ [.'he ISn ; to 

SI Si P3 k'hae, ^ poo. ^|Opet>oiita%vay, ^^ k'hae 

•*«». ^ IB^ j;2«. ^?S ko»i^ open and <.xpai.d, |fc 

kluM chang, J^ gg cben k'ae, < too, ^g k'tivcii ; i» op^n wide 

a 



OPH 



004 



OPP 



the eyes, ff kan, ^\\i shin, ««$ 
helh, 1^ B^ kw€i kwfj, 1^ 
chin, B^ mcnoa, ^ tsth, ^ 
pin. 1^ hwari ; to (Jiish open, 
TBB P^ I'huy k'hue ; to oneu 
and look over a book. ^ ^ 
chen yue ; to o[ict\ a book i« nf- 
tendrd with advantage, ^ ^ 
-^^k^hae kfiiJn ytw yih ; 
to open out |)eople'8 (:aik minds, 
^^<r^k1i.iejin maousTh 
Opening, ^ kVabu, fl 
k'hbw ; an opening flower, pjf] 
f^ h'hao hwa, ^ foo ; a cre- 
vice, ^ P^ hoa kclh ; no 
opening or opportunity of cn- 
pvs^ing in bnsiness, ^ ^ §^ 
^ mnh yew t'how lot>. 

kwang kwang ming mjng, ^ 
^ been j^^n. 

Oprra, a sort of singing 

Pl^j) &L ^ he keah. 

To OPERATE on, ^ lung ; 
to operate on by medicine. J|^ 
seaou md ; to work, ^ 
tso kung foo, 1^ X 
taauu kung ching. 

Operation, J^ f^ kunir 
hing; operations of nature, ^ 
JB md t'bang. 

Operator, jjkk^^A 
tto kung foo j in. 

OPHTHALMI A , 1^ 1 ^ang, g|| 

|cang, ^ ^ njiih fhiing, g 
naiih ping. 







ch« 



Opiate, IJt^;^ 
shwuy che yo. 

Opinion, ^^ ^ e kec'n, 1_ 

^y c 8ze, J^, ^ seanjx t'how, 

I ^ <^ e nccii ; ocrordin-j: to 

I my bumble opinion. Hki^^ 

; ^ e ^nb vn kiien. ^ |3 isc5 

wef, f/^ Igl, frJi 8ze : every 

mnn has bis own opinion, ^ ^^ 

w* ^ *^*'' y''^ ^^^ *^ • ojiinions 

idilFor, S^^^Pi e keen 

pnh lung ; lo adhere to one's 

own opinion, |S ^ Uj ^ 

koo chlh ke kcen,|0^'Q 

•J^ tan tsung ke keen ; iit your 

opinion, ^ "^ ^ 3§£ tsun 

kwei che e ; what is your opi- 

I nion ? ^ i§[; in f^ tsun i 

'' jo5 b6 : to change one's opinion 

and fuilow Olivers, fg* Qj IHS 

\ phay k^ tsflng jin ; to 

broach new opinions, yflj 0f 

I ^ poo sin keai'iu. 

Opium, ^^ ^ yh p'he^ n, 
|t5f):^op'been,fi)f:J)^ya 
j p'beon n'., ^J^ ne, J^ j{§ yAng 
! y<^n. »^ j.|^ woo yen, M '^ 
j hrb ho, M '):{9 b :h yr^n ; an o|»i- 
j urn shop, ^tri'k ya p'hecn 
kwan, ^ ^ yen kwan. 

Opopafax, JSJjSJ^ l"h 
hwo kaou, |=) i£ 5^ pih che 
kaou. 

Opponent, ^ ^ tuy tetht 
§!" W ^"y t'h6w, j^chow, IH 
m Ini^ chow. ^^te:hjiilf 



f 



on 



9G6 



OPF 



IK; ^ U^ show. j woo, ]ftl ^'*^'^» t>t '^'"^8» «» 

Opportukk, "^ ^ ^ woo, ro^ P^T f& P«i. ^ P^^ 

ting ke klio, ^ |g taew peen, '^g^, |^ ^ ^ang cbo6, '^ 








, .., ^ ^^ »»^" j^y^ i 1$ ^ wei hwi, jif fia hw5 

cone very opportunely, f/|fl >!R j hwuy, flp kau, ^ffi wel keii, 

^ i^ ne laS kea habu ; very j ^ ^ wei pei , f^ le, ^ 

opponuoely, »j^ "^ kea tsee. kwci, ^ pang, jfeB cha, ^^ 

OppoRTtJNiTv, H # jj klh, ^ cho. ^ tseang, ,^ 

*»^7> ^n^^ **wuy, ^ tsuy. lgkcu,:^^piagtanir 

loo; one opporfnnity in a ihoii- ^ j^ tiiy chow, M kew, ^^ 

land years, =f^ ^ — I^ t8all^^ 3^ y »ng, j^i^fimcr 

Uliecn tsae y!h shfi ; lo ein- ny^j^^ ^ |g tsoo woo, Hv 

brace an op|K)rtunity. ^ Ij^ ; f^ng yii, ^ fei, ^ choo, 

||t6^w shun |v»'.^n. ^ Ifl ^ I fuh. ^ klieu, ^^ pef Ic, 

din ke hwuy, ^^ ^ chin j :j^ |g k'hang keu : to op!H>^e 

kchwiiv ; a sniuible opportu- ! false docirines, ^ ^f Hf ^ 

""J'^v^'^f^ kaeian- 

ch«8he, JE B^ cbiugah.^ : lo 

lose an opnortuniry. ^x tS 

«liih ke, ^H iS. M ^ ^'**^'* i sentence, ^ ^ k'han^ twan; 
kw6 ke hwuy : a convenient ; to oi>po3e the imp- rial will, ^Jjjj 
opportunity, JUSgP P^^'-'^ ^^^^ •' W k'lian^ ch-* ; to oppose a 
pisi the TiL'ht opportunity, jE iiiaj;iritiate, j)i^ ^ k'han^ 
;gg\jB^ j^ chfng she tclh ' Uwan ; to opjvjse an enemy, 
ihehow; to embrace an oppor- ^^3\ k^^ii telh ; an opposing 

tmiij for evil, ^ H^ ^ A t*«i»^"jyj ^ffl^ i-'^^- ^*'^^^* ^o op- 
pose banditti, ^]^yn k'bow; 
tj op;v)Sf* heavt;n, ^^ ^ wei 
thrtcn, 1)1 5^ wef th."cn ; to 
oppose a command, /J ^ fang 
mfn^ : to oppose ri-^^ht princi- 
ples, J^ i|| ny li l'». 

O»'i»o.srir.. 3^ i^ tny m'ien, 



shingkeib hac jm. 
ToopposK.^jJywoonyth. 

kcii,^» keu Uen«'r.^[i pth. 
t$ m ^ tuy, ^ j£ ttiy 
Iplh, i^jg tuy fan,-^ kan, 

woo, ?^ ^^cirilW'Ul AVob. j '. . ^^ ,jTj ^ , 

^ le tang, ^ !|^g wet i i^ win^r. J^ lieang,^b5anK 



te pae e twan : to oppose the 
Iaw8,^'|5l] wol le, it 3^ 
fan f»i : to op|K)se a judicial 




0P1> 



906 



Oft 



mutually opposite, ;f^ J% 
SiieLhg fan, 4s (^ ^eang heang, 
^ M aeang shay : opposite 
the fire, ^ yang, j^ yang ; 
long is the opposite of shorty 

:g^^:^^-tfi/ Chang 

chay twan che tuy yay. 

Opposition, jffl ^ seang 
ken, ; the siih and moon in op* 
position, J5 J^ yu5 keu 
jJh. J? ^ ^ jth yu5 seang 
wang, ^ ^ kwei wet. 

Opposed to, :^^ hwang 

fty!h,^p(ih,5!Sp«t»i. 

Oppossum, ^ 3^ ye^v dh. 

To OPPKF.SS, ^ XAi ^?"* 

fAh, ftp HS y^^^ ^"^ ^ ' 

paouhac.^Sy^lI'^^k'hih,^ 
^ peih pih, ^ ^ paou neo, 
^tjflj k1rihp5,§£^ yu^ 

k'h5, $ftl y^J» ; to opj>r.^s.^ the 
peoplt^, fjl ^ po ui.n, jp Ife 
"g'^yahaep;hs:n;r,]g|g 
nco niln, J^ K;l« n»''^ i ^'^ op- 
press a i^erson, 5t flS A 7'^ 
fib jtn ; to be oppnssed, ^ 
1^, we'i k'heub, §^ ^ wci 
k'heuh, )^f ^ mc Ian : to op- 
press the good, ^ ^ tslh 
heSn ; to opprt ss f»eople by v i- 
olence, §S ^ ^ K keang 
ya Chung mln, ^ A ^^ H'^ 
^ kea jin che p6 tsze ; op- 
press ion, ^^ j(g wei pelh, ^ 
ftow, k'how.^Hit ke^ pa 







^OpraEssivE laws, ^J^ 
ho fa ; oppressive conduct, 
f^' le tso, j$ PI tsan k'hfih 
oppressive government, ^ Jj^ 
bo chfng. 

Opphobbious epithet, 
/^ ;^ ^ ma jln che yu, 

g" ling juh che ySn, 
5^ 1^ how suy. 

Opprobrium, ^ IJp l^^S 
juh, ^ 5& ^®^ ch'he. 

To oppugn, 1^^ kung 
keih, 3^ ^ kung ch^n. 

Optic glass, "^ 
ts'lieen le king, WiM^^ 
tpoo slie che kfng ; optic nerve, 

f 1 ^ ^ If «^^ ^^^ «2^ 
kwan. 

Optician, >SC WE >21 xV 
tf»a6u king che jln. 

Option, according to oac'i 

option, ^A^^ «fiyj»n 

ktvii seu*'.n. 

lh>rLF.\cr, jllf ^ tsae pTh, 
1^ hw.iy. ^ #fo S k we^ ^ 
^ fun.r foo, ^ ^ fung 
sbi'n^, ^* Hl^ mow shing. 

Opi LRNT. ^ ^ gptj yew 
tseen ttib, pjt sang ; an opu- 
l<^nt man, ^ ^ tsae chob ; to 
become opulent, ^ H^ Ja tsa6, 



^J tsc.rh tsa<^. 
Or, ^ yth, 1^ hwo, ft|j 
]^ yih hwo, ^ ban ; either 

this or that, ^ ^S^ |K tffc *^^* 
pfe hw6 iszi ; is it this way or 



■hi chif yang hwia nhi ok 
T^g: or perhaps it » thus. 
W Si in jftS yih l>w6 jo6 
UA ; did be seek Tor it, or did 
MMneone eive him ihr, infnr' 

^kiw che ya yih ya cbe yCt : 
n it ulmniaweoua or iioi, ^^ 
§ ^ ^ sh-- f(>w y<:vr ylh. 

Os*CB, ^ ]^ l^'S Isabu. 
ilH shang Uili.l^ §t 1« 
uib. 

o«AcLB, M A ^ n 

•hine jiB che yen : prftdiciion, 
Slyfi y5n, itt ^UecH 

Oa*vo-r>CTANG, ^ ^ fah 
fiib,l@siD^'dn.. 

OaiL, la ^ k'hhw 
■bwl} teTh ; orni trndilirm. ^^ 

klibw shoir che yu, 
OsANOR, fff ban ; small 

oraoge, f^ ^ fce'ili tsz'e ; 

cooley orange, T^ -f" tsSiig 

taii; large oranfi>, -^ ^Jj- wSn 
kan ; frn^ant orange, ^p 
bSang taan^ ; mandarin 
mog*, ^ S? ^ choo sIm 
kelh, :j^ ^ kelh lazi ; a 
kind of oraijgCj ^S] ^^ ken 
yuen, ^ k'hefi, ^ ^ tselli 
keah,;^chany, ^ le'how ; 
oran^peel,^^ ising p^hA, 
#ftkanpbft, BR^ch-n 



17 ORD 

pile, ^ I^ tsang p'h6 ; the 
milk orange, J(, f^ job kan ; 
small orange for preserves, ^ 
^' kin keiih. 

Okation, -^ fg[ (anu Itin, 
a^lgl k..nslun,||ii;2: 
^ k,~ang ta^it che lu'n. 

tttoti die j"n. 

ORn.fl^liniiheorbofche 
'"". H tlflli'lililn; do. ofihe 
mooa, ^ f^ yitfi I6n ; (he 
moon )iii9 not yet Clled t.er 
o'l', /I Sc ^ iK y"^ «"' 

Obhit, 5gj>; clien t^zS, 

cliow mou, 5^ fig taeib clicn ; 
an orbit dt'scril)et] by n planet, 
M ^ $f!, H «'">' *='*"'" ''*'*'^ 

"'o,B,ci-t..n, 1 H fin 
twaii yu*n (u'li. 

tszis yn3n, |^ |^] i<oh vuC-n. 
Okchis, ^' fJ] ^^ ahih 

s.'(!n t'hnoii.!^^ ^Iiotsze 
^ I tsa^u, ^ :^ g| e shoo^Un. 
j To ORDAIN, appoint, a% yC 
\ she lelh ; to fix, i: ^Icih 
' li'ng i to ordain a law, JC W 
I lelh fs ; to ordain as an elder, 
\iLM^^ l«lb »^i Chan? 
■ labu ; to ordain a« a pastor, jjT 
jig^Bf lelbwei .niii..,,. ; 
I to ordain beforehand, j^ ^ 



ORD 



90S 



OKD 






yfi tfng ; to arrange,^ ^f, yingch^ ;th(^ orders of a prince, 
gnan pa^. Jjg '^ ying liii^ ; do. of a 

Ordral, gj^ ^ she fa. ' niaijistrate, ^^ yin^ kf-aou : 
Order, arrangement, ^J^ orders of government, jpj -^ 
laze sert. 1^^^ tsang fsze. ;t'|* clung ling, Q ^ |)TU ma, p|[ 
8^") J^^tszete, ^chih, )]^ hwang ma, ^j[ helh, ^ 
]|K^ leu tszii, ^-f f^ shoo ching ; a verbal order, ^ ^ 
tsen ; the order of oflicial rank, '\ mr-.>n yd ; an order for mi>ney, 
^ ^Jfe ^ c pn cliTh, <JC 3^ ^ ^ ^®^^" p'heaoii ] an order 
tsze tiiy, ^ ^ chwan luy ; ' for goods, ^ ^ ^ ho shih 
Older, series, ^ sou ; rank, j^ ! tan. 

k'ho ; an order of servitude, \ ^To order, ^ ^t sliTh bea, 
^ flSS kwan l^iAn ; to settle \ 3E ^ choo ling, ^ ^ choo 
the ord.ir of broihorliood, ^ ! ^h«, "^ ^]£ chub to, fj^ 
5i Ifi ^e«'» heung te ; the or- fun foo, ^ ^ ka6u mriiir. ^^ 
dcr of father and son in the an- i<aou, ^ ^ king chth, j^ -^ 
ceslorial temple, H^ .^Jj chaou shftlfnir ^ pin.jr^ j!^ p'hfnir^ 
muh : he marchod wiihout or- ' Vf ^ Ijqo s!ie, ^ shih, ^^ 
dcr, fj 1^ ^ {t^ iiini,' wo6 '; sim, i^ |»*hfn.r ; to order about 
poo klicdh ; to mark the names ' servants, ^* i^ ^ j^ hoo 
according to the order in which j ,io,\ gj^;. j^ ^^ p^ she iiwan, 
they stand, ^ ^ S!§ ^^^ch5; person who can be 
gnan tszc teen niJig ; tlic tm- | ordered about, ^ R^ ^ K 
pire in a state of order, 5S ^ ^i,^ ^^.^u che i:n. 
j^ t'hcen hea che. OanRRrv. fe 1^ ^ seun 

Order, command, -^ ^ seun jjii, ^ j^^^ yew kwei 
mingling, ^ ^ diTh Ifn-. I kdi. 

1^ '^J^aoti ll:^'-^ M ^ '^'^^'^^ j Ordinal, numbers, first, ^ 
mmnr. ^ yen, f^ |j| Inh ti, , _ ^^^ ^,ji, . gccoud, ^* — te 
H ||J,^ joo t1icr, g, I VTh ; to ; ,^,ni. 

ORDiNMRrr.Y, in ^ chang 
chang, ^ 1^ ping shS. 

On nr NARY, according to or- 

^^^i fe ^ ^ ® ^^^^ ^®^- 
customary, ^ ift ^ chaou 

kwei keu*, common, ^ ^ 



sew 



attend to order, jj^ _ 
yen, |§ ^ t'hfn? mfng ; an 
official order, ^ ^ tsth shoo ; 
an imperial order, _l « 
shang che, ^ "g^ shinjr che ; 
the orders of a king, ^ ^ 



OR^ 



909 



ORI 



yung chan?. Sft ^ t^in 

ching, 2|I ^ ^ frtng chang 

tetfa ; usual, ||l^ ^ chaou 

chang; plain. f[^ ^ fan 

^yun^r, ^ ^ cliih chlh. 

^ jfii •"" Ift^ ; ordinary 
cIcHbw, 4^ 5^ poo c, U^' 
Bi'^ e ; ordinary ceremoiiica. ^ ;. 
jgkea le ; ordinary business t 

of life, Ife -^ ff ^ sSngI 
pUig hin^r 8Z5; ordinarv j 
occasion, ^Ji ^ ping slid, ^ i 
fyl t^ng heen ; ordinary style, ' 
ImlS y"'*^ ^00 ; ordinary tri- 1 
» Jm«, if :i^ yfing tsaS, :}^ j 
q|hwale!h; nothing beyond 
thccommon, ^ "^ kca chanjj, 
ft ^6^ cliang yew leTh ; 
an ordinarv and weak-minded 

ordinary people, '^ \ chfmi 
j^n : ordinary concern, ^ ^ i 

^ W J'*^ y ^"S ^^^*^ cliang. ! 
UiiDiWATiov. th»* act of ap- • 

I^''«^i"»g, IS iL :^ 7^ silt: I 
I^ftchePJ ; eRtabhtilicd order, ' 
ItSlJ;^^^ paMiie chc ; 

ft che kwei. 

Ordnanck, TCMS ^ p'a*^". 

OaDtER,5|fdn^sbe,3| 
JH fun tfllh, ]^ she. 

Ow, ?^' khwang, ^ 
kwang. 1$ fewang,§|| k'wang; 
ulverore, ^ SS '• in k'hwang : 
«OH>er or iron ore, ^ S^ tfin 



k'hwang, € 




sa. 





ting, ^ 
sen ; golden ore, ^ ||| kin 
ting ; ilio ore of lead, ^ Ic^^n. 
OiiuA.v, a sort of ChiiK'so 
ortian. ;^%ani:, ^ -'j^s;ini? 
y")M ^^ lan/hwan-, ^t 
cliaou ; die Chinese rail the 
European organ ^ ^ fiing 
k'hin; the of^an of hearing, 
[iQ 1^ wan kwan ; the oman 
of seeing, jfjjl ^ she kwan . 
ihe orvan of cominiinication, 

iS ^ 1^ y: # l""g k6 laa 
wang chay. 

Organic disease, ^ >^ 
-^"^pi'ng jiih mini? wang; 
organic bodies, ^ ^^ sang 
wuh ; organic remains, ^ ^ 
^sangwuh P'*en shih. 

Okganist, 511 ^ ? ^ 
fan fuiig k'hin cliav. 




To OKGAMZK 




Jlchi 



mj 



le. 



'J » 

a ■ 



OR'^i^NY, or bastard ma jo- 
ram, i85 ^ ^ 1^ se ye new 

tscth. 
QRGANZiNF.J^^:^zeking. 

OiMKNT, ^^ chain tung, 

OlUKNTAL, $ ^ ^ tung 

yang tcTh, ^ ij' 6^ tung fang 
telh ; the op|>osiie. viz. occi- 
dental is ^ y^ ift^ se yang 
teih ; an oriental, ^ // -/V 
tung fang jin. 

Orifice. ^ k^heabu. ^Jj 



ORI 



910 



OftK 



k'hung, ^ ^ k'hung lung, tpoo ; original state of things, 
^ Icwei, ^ keih, fU k'bbw, |^ '^ boo phu ; original 
J^ boo, f^ mfla ; the nine ori- draught, ^ ]^ wan tsate ; 
fices (of the budy,) Jl^^ kew ! original intention, J^ ^ yu6a 
k'heabu ; the orifice of Uic ear, ; e ; orii^inal chaos J^ jjc^ muag 
ISf. p^ urh inua; do. of the hunir.'^y,;^ infjii^ huai*. 
nose, ^ ^ P««h k bung. ^ Originally, j^ ^ yii/in 

Origanum, SH ^ J^ fi^ lac ; originally ejfisliug, j^^ 
se ye new tseih, ^ -^ jl|^ ym , yucn yew. 
kin tsubu. i To owforvATE, j^^^yuto 

OiuoiN, )^ y^ yur>n pru)^ ! tsaou, jg^ j^ tsaou fwau ; the 
ij^ D^ ^^^^ y"cn, j,^ ^ yucn ! originaiing point, i^ ^ twan 
yew, Jf5 ES *^- y**'W, {^ JJ:) ! ^^'^ ; tUc originjum:: cause, il^ 
yuen yew ; root, ^ -^ kan "^ ^^^an elibw, |^ '^ yufen 

pa"» is i^ ^an yu^n ; foun- 1 ^^o^^- 

dation, ^ 3s kan kc ; com- 1 OnroN, ^ ^ tszesuh ; the 
menceinenl, j^ ^ k'he t'ow, j head of orion, JM tit kwei 
ij3 iS ^^^" '^«> fe ^O k'lie I chin. 

ts'hoo, ^ j^ k'bc fwan, ^ j Orison, 3i)f ^^^ tabu, 
^cheke, iffl poo. g show \ Ohnamfnt, ^ ^ isae 
SH tsob, ,^ t'hung, 7C jll^'^-J'^^i.^lSlchwaug shth, ^ 
yuen che, l^f[ ^ yuen t'how, ^^ «ew shih, ^ ^ ching 
tclh. §=] :^ min Inh ; the [ shih, ^ urh, i^^ bwa fcsae- 
orgin of a person, Jq J|prh'rih I ornament and plahmess duly 
Bliin. ^ @ lae lelh, |^ ^ I proportioned, ^ ^^ ^ 
kwan yew: ihe origin of all j wan chTli pin pin ; the orua- 
tbings, ^ ;jf; chin yuen ; the ! "lent of a bridle. I|^ fun ; or- 
prime oririu i« the chief good, [ namenis for the head, |^ ^p 
7JJ ^ ^ ^ ^ yU3ii chay • show shth ; the ornamenis of .a 
ehen che chan:,^ ; the origin and woman'* ht^ad-dn^ss, f^ kwd, 




«nd. ?K ^ pun ni6, J^ 
yu^n wci. 

Original, J]^ ^ |§^ yngn 
piin teih ; original substance, 
^ k'he ; original ancestor, 
jl H chh tsob, H iflfl peih 




san ; the ornaments pf a 
carriage, ^ ^i«« lung ; the 
ornament of a bow, ^E heuen, 
^ yuen ; ornaments for the 
neck, ^ 3^ ying 15. 

To ORNAMENT, J^ ^ 



fU 



OTH 



«bfriiig Bhiii, ^ rtib, IK ub6 ; i Obthodox religion of Ohh- 
IfterDamem wiili m set of fruitS; QIl, {^ 2^ jo5 keaou, ^ f^ 
m fjjf ^ m 8tw hwtiy mint^ kea-^u; ortliodox doc*- 
x*t\^n lod ; ornamented, '^ triireu, ^ |^ ^ ^W^tSL 
m win BhTb, m ^ tsiiiir ho slitng jin eke keaoii taou. 



OaTHOGRAPHY, IE jfij ^ 

Jgching 8eay che fa. 

rOOSCILLATK, ^^ ^ ^ 

yu6u la^ ya ju k'hcii. 
Orvza. ''Jc m^; oryza glu- 




' *hih, ^ l«ae, jj^ pew, J|^ 

iP^foo full ; imall kiiiv s with 

oniainented liaiidle, fQ }Q 

>j\ j(J iiwa |>a neabu Uiou; 

ornanpnteil with silver and ' linosa, ^ 4C mo me. 

tio^J^^^ua^ h yin Os pubis, ^[kcuS. 

•elh. Os cocc YGis, ^ @ chinj 

Ornamental, 5C ^''"» ft^ ' J^^«^"?r fe ^ chaiig kean^. 

tlNftir; oroamentai feathers,! O.s coccK:ND'cis,j^k'haou/ 

k'haou. 
Os FiioNTiP ^ 'ccaon 
OsiA, |5p ^ lew team V 
OspRA Y, ^ j|^ hae taah.* :^ 
Toossipy, ^^'^ pein 




lalailk.^ kin ; an ornaraen- 
tin few k'hbw. 




\ f 



'.■• ^" 



I 



OwTMOLoo Y. 'p^ ^|J k'hiii I 
J^'S '^ ^ ^ cha k'hin chnj kwub 
dttbed. I OsTFNsinrjt, Q^ |K 3^ 

Orphaw, IJIJl koo, ^ Ifi , ni*»ig been teth ; ostensibly to 
kwci koo: orphans and wi- learn, b»ii r.^ftlly ro get money, 
dows, -D]\ ^ koo kwa : a fa- ^ ^ W ^ »|»'«g hed shih 

tlwrlcM child, SL ^ ^ -? ^'^»^"- 

koo gae che tszJs ; without fa-' Ostentat;ous, fl^ keang> 
**'*raiul mother, |^ ^ -^ j^ Uwa ; ostentaiious display, 
^ Y wo5 foo mob che taze ; ^)^ cbwj'nj? krani^, ^ ^ 
aiiorpiinn horn after its futher'ri ^ mae show twan, ^ ^ 



jl ina«i seaon. 



«rphan li^e. '^ keung, ]^ ^ \ O.s rtoi.CoY, •^ ip kwiXh 

. heo. 

Ostler, ifx ,|S muh ma. 



^'^i^^l'ootuh. 

Oemmknt, ^ ^ hefing 
fc*ing. 

OtPHBAir, pipe. Wf seaon* 



OiiTKicn. i|!g ,^ to neabu. 
Othkh, glj pi^, {|^ I'haj 



OVE 



912 



OTB 



other^ gl] A P^^ j^", ^ A 
t'ha j!n ; ihe other day, ^^ Q 
nail*; jih; do uiifo oi liters ns 
you would be done l»y. ffj ^j^ 
tii'i% Ph W^ ^ i^ ^o yuh 
peili rli'huy. so woo Wiili she • 
seeing the 8ucc«:s9 of others, 
fetfl as if it wt-re vour own, and 
observing the loss of others, 
sympathize with them r.s if ii 
were vo'T own. ^K^^ 

xfi Ej <1 5%- ^''^^ .i^" ^*'*^ 

till jo J ke t-he ith, keen jiu che 
shth jo^ k^ che -hih : not the 
sam-, ^l] — tQ p-^ ^'h k^. 

OrUhiKWisE, Jjll ^ pec 
yang. 

OrTrn. ^ in ; n water ot- 
tor. ^ 1)^ :»hwiiy ta ; a land 
otter, mp Shan 4a. Jg ^ 

1^ "0-,^.^Ip:ent^||i^ 
ta pin • niters skin, ]^ ^ ta 
p'h* Jqi ^ ta pile : an otter's 
d. n H^ ^^ • w 8!^aon. 

Oval. H ^ ^ 6^ ano 
Iwan yansr teth : an oval coun- 
tennuce, JJJ^ |^ Wwa 1 en. 

OVAIMOUS. -^ ^ "? fl^ 

yi w tan tp'/N fi-ih. 

Ovrx. ^;^keah loo, |^ 

IS 'JS^ "^" t'how loo. 

OvKR. on the op|K)site side. 

^ ^ 'tiy m~«Mi ; fo go over 

a lake, ^M^M ^'heu 

tiSy me^n bod ; to go over the 



borders ^ 3^ Jf^ kwo keaov 
keae. '"^ §9 *^^^^ •«'*a"l? ; ^ver 

yi w yu ; over tli*- limit, Jg[ j|^ 
kw^ he.^n; all over the body, 
]$l ^ mwa^i shin : over and 

ovir, IX, ^ ^" ^^^'' ^^*^^ "'"' 
above, gg ^|i glii wa- 1^^ 
yfl shi'u'i ; over airain, (J|{ 
hean?: over much, ^ ^ I'hae 
to. J^ ^ kwo to ; over the 
mark, 'i^^kwo th^w ; to 
pass ovt-r a wall, g^ ^p y"5 
t8;*ang ; to run over, ^J JtJ 
5J5 ya.i rl. huh lae : to pass 
over ^$ kw'> kheii. 

OvKPAi.Ls. ^ ISF I'haou 

kwa, «f foo: overalls for ri- 

Ac Ate 

ding on horse- back in, ^^ ^p 

r'hnou k'hoo ; a wrapj^er, ^ 

^ e t*ha6u. 

Over-anxious, ^^^ 
Jjgjf ts'been kwa w^n leu. 

To over-awe, jy^ ^ ]^ 
Ar e wef ya jUi. 

OVKRBEARING. ^^ koW, §§ 

kt-ansf. ^^ ^ Ucaon gna'u, 

hail. 

Overboard. ^ ^ ^ ^ 
yew chwan taou shwny. 

Ov^FRRUROENKD, •jJB ton 

$^ ^ iil ^ (8a<^ wQh kwo 
thow. 

OvKRCASTj^^gae tae. 
To ovi:RCHARqE, a guu, 




OVB 



'iVi 



OVE 




O^KECLuUDKD, j^ ^ 

1^^ ydn chay pe. 

To uvEHcoMK, 5c J^ htii. 
Bf shiiigr. ^ iscrh. ^ yin,'. 
j|yn, f^ ucun, j^ ..|,a, J}^ 

k-hlli. ^] lain, ^ yim. ^ 
I»w,f||k'han. ^'J^ sliinj 
kwft ; lo ovfrrom^^ p.»o,iIe by 

'*«"'^. J^ ^ III A « "'• 

fob jtii. 

OrERCONPlDENT, {^jS^sSt 

•iQ t'hae to. 

To OVKRCOUWT, j^ ^ 

fwan to. 

OrERCRKDVLOUS, ^ jp 

AiQ e 8111 tliart kw6. 

ToovKHuo ^ ;;^8hfii die: 
wprdiiiie, ^ fltse ; food ov»t- 
Awiehe wmild not eai, ^ j^ 
'?^!^8lilii jln puh slilli. 

ToovKRFL^.w, 21 run, ^ 
^^^ yew. ^ j^ tung ya.:. 
JJt Srten ylh, fj,^ cluiiitir 
^chan^yih, ]£ jg fan 
y* ?il ^an, JJI^ y uli. ^ hiiing 
tlic water:* of tlie river over- 

•hway fan cliang; tlie Yellow 
mer overflowed, f^ ^ ^J^ 
.Jft hwang lio ehwnv yae. 

Ovf-'EFLOW I NO. ^ foW. ^ 

^7^ pewei-]^^|;:enyen, 
aSmeili, ][§ Ian ^ ylncj: 
fall without overflowing, \f^ 



iffS ^ ^ ittwan arh pGh 
yih. 

! OvF.H GROWN with plants, 
; H ^ chow m^nf, ^ ^ 

I woo, % ftih. ^ snr^ ^ ^ 
! ii*i'u f8i'n i^ niaou. j^hwang. 
Ovi^RGRiWN and obtfcure, 
i ^ 1^ in-Ih chanij : over- 
I i»rown wi»li w M-ds, ^ Jj^ 
' woo laV j^ ^ ^voo w i', J4j^ 
.^p-» wei, ^^min^ Pin r. 

le :overhan.jing shore. J=p han; 
. overhinuing rocks. ^?|^ laou 
I faoii ; overhanging eye-iushe*8, 
Sj^ keen. 

OVKRHASTV, ^^^S 

keth tsrtet'ha- kwo. 

OvKRHB\u, ^ ]^ Jl tsai 
t hiw shang. 

To OVERHEAR, ^ jIq t iian 

t'hihg. 

OVKRJOVED, ISt^^^ 

^ ^ hwun t lieen he te k'hd 
lae. 

OVRRLADRN, ^l^tSlS 

fsai; shfng kwo chunj. 

OVKBLABGE, ^{v "^ ^-'ha '• K. 
To OVERLAY with fifold, ^ 

^ ra<>nou kin. ^ iH ''^ '^w, 
1^ ^ s^can.? kin, || ^ lo^ 
kin, ^ yuh, ^ ta, ^ ^ 
seaou kin. 
To OVERLEAP, |^^t'heao« 



9U 



OVtt 



0^ cbaou keu. 

OVRR-LIBEKAL, T" 5^ ^f 

J^ slilh fun k'hwan liiaitg. 
To ovehLook, lo su|>eri[i- 

g»rd, .'^ JgH.wili I«6; ovei- 
looked ijl^^-tilh. 

OvBaMucH, ;;fc ^ t'hae lo. 

OvK»-N10HV, 1(3 sub, j|jl 
!jj^ kwi yiy. 

To r.vKitPA3B, jgiS yue 

OvK«PLua.pllR»hmgyu. 
||^»Heoya.fe^«.^^uya,i 
j^ft Uinyfl.^^'^.hfi] 
egen, ^^ ling ...n, ^?N ' 

ja ; •verpluB in reckoning, ^^ ' 
kganij ; overpluB iu money, f^ 
^ ylh ylB. ' 

To OVKRPOWER, liA f} SS 

Ai klh fiSb jIn, ^mM 
A yung kcang fQh jin. 

To oTEE-RiT>, yf. ^ 
ewan (o. 

To OVER-RKACH. ^^ ^^ 

I'hun p'been, ^ $1 ^ ^ 
cliiing le tsin mdw. 

«tah,g[ Joying BhQh. 

To ovKR-Rui.F, to conirol, 
|Bj|g Ian yj(, H^'g* rltan? 

kwa.,,5SS«unl,Ih, *!tS!l 

gna n bih ; to supersede. i^B 



To OVRR-SKE, SIk 'S*^'"^ 

kwan.^^i^tlia u Icoou. ^ 
gfik^nlUi,||^ke«..k«aD, 

ki"', 15? Ifaou. 

Ovi.:R8KER.fe'|fk.-e..l.-.h, 

A. # ji'» tuli, ^ uj llluh 
8ze ; nn officer to ovcfiee af- 
fuiri< JQ^ ^^ eeutt keen. 

To ovEHaKT, ^S©i'»«y 
lobu. 

To nvPHBHAnow. J£ ^ 

p\y"'", I^ i'«: ^ <■• # fci, 

^ (rill. ^ koc, S^ihiioii, 
^^ full p'he ; to ovrsha- 
dow with wjiigH, ^ j^ f|0 
^ <2 J'" y^'' ^■''' cli&ng che . 
jilanis overshadow iitg the 
irro*ind, l^ym. 

OvRRsiaHT, (are, Kfl Mp 
chaou yi'ng; n-glecl, ^ SL 
hwfll. l«o, 3^^ ahihk'lian. 
^\^ |>iih le. 

Tf> nVERSPREAn. ^ frw, 

ka'.^yu, ^kg.,5^h.-.a. 
gE"^fi'ih yuh ; the beaveo 
overspreads and ihe ''anh aus- 
tainB. ^ ® ilfe U I'h.^en 
f\w iB tsne ; overspreading like 
water, '^ |^ ySng ylh ; nhaU _ 
ever the henven oversprends, 

fow. 

To OVKRSTrP, 1^0, ][^f««t 

^ 8be, i(^f^ yM «^,J|g| 



ovie 



M6 



OUR 



Im, Ig yug ; in learning do 
not oy«nti*|> the regular order, 

tiii^ : to overstep one's sphere, 

tg ^ yu5 fun, ^ |«| leth 

keie ; to overspread due 

tKwiids, 2^ ^ yu yiic ; 10 o- 

n^itep propriety ^ S^yft is^e. 

Toovkrtakh, jj^ J[^ kail 

iSt chuy keih, f^ 1^ I .ftn I 
k^ : iui«ible io overtake, j^ ■ 
If^ Jl kail pirh slianir, j^ i^ | 
J^ciiuy |Hih kelh ; to ovenake • 
iodwxe,jg Jl^'^ kail 
than; na hw5 ; to overtake in 
walking: ^ ^ hd ta. 

To ovkrthrow, ^ ^ 
HiiQg fiih, ^jg fuh ya, |g 
^ ya tabu, f^ fun. "Jj^ touv : 
owihrown, ^i^ taou ruffl 
JK ^y fcf; the metro|M*lis 
WM overthrow 11, ^ ]§ ^ 
too ylh loo. 

To OVERTOP, ^ kai ; to 
•Tcriop tlie a«?e, ^ "tft ka^ 
•'•^'^jfrkwan sli'.. 

OVKRTI RK, ^ iti ^ j^ 

^e, tfl'hiiig jia seang che. 

To OVRRTCRN, f^ fUD, ^ 

^i, is seiy, fl uuy, flj^ 

''^'S SJC ^^ p^i ^ f""? ; 

to overturn an enemy, j|§ )Dof 
ko ; overtur ned, ^ tsuy , g§ 

Wi 



OVERWCRNTNG, "joe l§i^''^^ 

kaou ; overweenin:^ afTixtioD, 
itk .S koo 8cih, ^« ^ Iwan 

giia.;. 

To OVKnWHKIHI. ^ ^5^ JJC 

fP inae muh siiwny ie. ;!^ j^ 
shvviiy yen : overwh.liucd wuk 
gratiiude, ^ -^ i haou muli ; 
ov«*r\vheJuied with confusion, 
^jR ^ wan Huh ; ovrrwhehn- 
'n^^ ^^^a'^"^ )S ni aou 
winjr, vjt 7E fen lin, >Jt ^!| 
fan yin, /jIJ ^^ p Inie j,in, j^ 
^ Urn («iii /i^^ Jii yansr yth, 

tS 'i^ !»«*" yJ'S ik M I'^en 
yen. 

OvERZRALOU«, fgf |g^ 35 

yin kMiln rhi^ kelh. 
Ought, ]J|g U v'"? k»e, 

'^ pun tan/. ^ ^ kae t^ar ; 
ought not, ]!^ rtf puh k'hb ; 
it ouiht in reason to be so, 
}^ 1^ ^ • taii'i : yon ouglii to 
««o so, )jg .1^ ^U llfl ying kae 

jo6 tf<Z»5. 

0/iPAROus,$P^|§^Iwan 
sang telh. 

Ounce, ^ leang ; an ounce, 
or tael of silver, "^^®^ 
yth leang yin tsze ; an ounce 
and a half, ^ t}*ee. 

teth ; our country, >4C ^5 P^^^ 
kw5 ; our dynasty, 7|\ ^ piUl 
chadu ; our, as uaed by iha 





OUT 



916 



»M* 



Oil 



Emperor, ^ chlifn. 

OURANOGRAPHY, ^ ^ ^ 

t'heen wan too. 

OURSELVKS, ^ jR Q Ej 

gnb iTirni ts'/A *fe. 

Of T, yj 3^ ch'hub lae : out j 
of. ^^ wae, dj yew ; withoni, 
^ 9\* {QSb\ wat; ; to go out, 
5iJ ^ ciriiiih k'hed ; to eo 
oil! early in ihc mornitiiT, jf^ 
SL {Ij ^ts'hinj: chaoii rlriih 

koae ; out of sight, |^ §1 ^ 
2^ clieii wan:^ fuh ketli : out 
of the way, strange, ^f Ig^ 
k'he kwae ; out of the city, ijjl^ 
5^^ chin? wa« ; to go out of 
doors, nJ p^ ch'hiih nniin : 
out of com|)assion, WJ" j^ jJl 
J^k'hb leon che e ; out of fa- 

shih gae ; out of humour, 
_JJ ^ tuug k'hrt : to put out a 
candle, ^ {li 1^ j^ ch'huy 
ch'hnh ia chiih : out of pocket, 
H^ j2^ 8h:h pun , out of breath, 
^ Wli ^fi'hwan k'he ; to hn 
tlie cat out of the bag, ^ Jij 

•^ ^ ^ lo^ ch'hiih ma keo 
la^. 

Outcast,^ JR ^^^^ ^^^• 
Outcry, "1^ g^ fe ^ 

ban nabu k'he la**, l§ ^ 

beuen naou, ^^ taaou naou. 

"f 9f tsadu p'hun, ^ tff 

laon tffadis. 

* OuTKR, ^1^ wa«« t'how; 






outer room, j^ ^ wa^ fang, 
^K t^ wae low ; out^^niiost, 

Outfit #f ^ K /ll P^ 
pel fill' yun^. 

Outhouse, 3 hea, 
chang. 

Outlandish, yj* ^ ^ 
1^ wae kw5 lae teih ; outlan- 
dish [)er8on, disparagingly :^ 

Outlaw, ^ W ^^ K 
cli'hun;^ keun fan fin. f/^ ^ 
^ to5 tsiiy teth, ^ i^ ^ 
lew io5 telh. 

Outline, ^ ^ hih kaou ; 
an outline of history, f^ ^ 
kan^^niuh.^ ^ kang ke. 
' OurpoKT, ^ 5[§ ma t'how, 
i^ H fow riinv. 

Outpost, military, ^ ^J{^ 
ying sin. 

Outrage, "^ fS ^ ^ 
pci le die sze. 

OuTRAGRou!=j, ^ ]^ pa-^u 
»e l^how,^ hceu, ^^ ipl 
^ g^ lian le tiae telh. 

Outright, altorether, — • 
^ yth k'hae, — ft yih sTh. 

To ouTROOT, ^^ ^ pa kan. 

To OUTRUN, 1^ ff^ ^ 

p'liaou teth k'hwar*. 

Outset, ^^ k'he t'how. 

To outshine, ^ ^chaou 
leang. 

OuTsiDR, ^ ^ |§^ wa« 



cnns 



9!7 



03C 



mein icih, ^ fS ^** t'hdw; 

OQUhle surface. jE ^ cht'nfif 
meen ; outside fair and inside 
good for iiotiiing. j^ ^ ff 



foo cime. ^ A. 
jtn kea telh, ^ 
sliabu jln kea telli. 
Owr. (horned). 





^ kae 

^wae liaiMil' ririi w; oul j hen, |^ ]^ k»"o chc. ^ "^ 
•ideshow, ^ f$ yncn sliTh: I rhe i. w J^- |^.lic keaon fj% 
outside and innid.-, ^ i1^ ; fj.^i^fii kn E| H^^ i^^u ke. ^ 
|«i'uk: iiutside garment, jfe ^ he man- ^fi f.^ i«w ifTh, 
JE e t'ha'u; the onlside ol , |^ |M^ I'Hv Ic. V n^ hw.m 
dimgs, ^ i»eabu, |^ ^ p'» iiia.Mi '^ jjB ^-wn- ch^. 55 
peftba. ' |1( rhih ho f)|| {Q^ heini huo, 

Outskirts of a town, ^ ; jH^ chny. f3E^ w-iii« maon ; 
g[jftonfnh ; oniskirts of the | f|i« gnnt owl, |@| tE 9^ m 
^^M^ hill; p^aon. I luaou urh thow vim. ^ che ; 

Outspread, ^ jj^ 7 f poo . a species of owl, pq jjj^ ning 
yfi wac. I keu.^, f^ t«ze, |^ |^6, ^l| 

0uT9T.4KDiNo accounts, S i heen. 
wei sod. I Ou'v. q^ kfe ; one's own, 

OoTSTRBTCHKD uecks. 5| j H Qj ft^ tsze ketelh,^ Q 
H yin Iincr : outstretched nod ' Qj ''j*/ ts'hin t<»35»^- ke telh :*one's 
widi',||| yp Ian kan, j^ ij^ wu hand,]^ -^ts'liin -hJ w; 
boiilmou. an own brother, |^ Q^ 32* S5 

To ouTViK; ^A I^ch5 sho VH»sr p*ha-u henn^ tc ; 10 give 

On"r;^i»n, (m-^^ li^anii I "P O"®'® own O!»iuiof» nnd side 
"'^j^^wn^m- n. I vvith others, ^ Ej fj^ A 

To o,,iwKic.H. IS S ^Sl "^^^^y "^^ tsin? jiii^ 
^♦•iriiin ch'intrhw I t'li6w. ' O-'-nkr, )^ 3E yufn chob, 

ToowK.^P ^ fo » k'heen ; ' >1^ ^ P'*'*^ chob ; the owner of 
*«owcadebl, ^ ^ k'h-n I ^ ^^^^^^'^j^ ^ka''l»<>b ; |io8- 
«hae ; to owe nion.y X ^ 'essor, ^ ^ fV 6^ «8ae 
k*^n te^n, ^ ^ shn^n | show le telh, ^ ^ 0^ wei 
^*^^n; 10 bf. defici-nr in, ^ ; chob terh. 
^•cW-i k'heen.^ fi| poo I Ox, «^ new; a castraud 
chii«, ^" ^ ^Iiaon k'heen ; to ox^ ^ keen. ^§ keae ; a sin- 
gin'odrbi^)\^t1iok4ieen, glc ox, iff tlh, ^ kang. ^ 
HiC^^'hvirdkh^tJn, g j^ chih ; a strong ox, ij^J kew, ^ 



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hc«, ^ k€a, iff k€S ; « large 
ox, '^ ^ ^85 new. &, ^^^g ] 
an ox of one colour, i}^ ueuen; 
an ox listed in sacrificing to 
bea\'en, !^ ^ t'hih sai.g : a . 
iriebald J>3t, iH* 1 ft"?^ ^ 

nmng ^ I /•".% M^ "^^"- ' 
Kan J ^ i^ p » I » ; »o ride on 
ait OT ^ Uli«; a snilil»or" 
ox ^ A. en ; a slow ox, Jf)^ 

maon §|^ fnn<r. For various 
other Kind of ojccii ^'' niidrr 
the ^ ndW Radical, in the 
Chinese and En^li«»b part of 
tills dit;tionary. 

OxALis, wild sorrel, ^m 



swan hwing. 

Oxi DE, of mercury , ^ ^ 
tan slia, 



OxYORK, ^ ^swan k*W. 

OXY'rilIPUILION, ^^ B 9 

swan tsi'aiiiT tsariu. 

OvsTKR, ^?<'liin.j,'J;g'liaou) 
(Iri. (I ovsiiir $^ JjJ^ liaou '*ti:*, 
4t !!;§ mow I •, y^ ^ sha 
|> li ; a species of oyst'T J^ 
fun : an oysier-sliell, ^ /A 
I'faiiir.i^'lgfliaou k^O. it 
J^ mow fniitf, ^ iuj ; an oys* 
tvir b •d,^^ |1| haou ^an : ov«. 
ters adhere fogeibtir. S^ j^P| 
haou seat) 'I l.'fen ; the pi:url oys* 

^^^ ^ ^ $1 ^^^ ^^^ ^^' 



Pa9(JLCM, ^ ^ shth 

wuh. 

Pack, of tlirer fi*et,^ kwei: 
do. of six feet, j^ |k> '« r a pare 
generally ^0* |iot, ^ chn. 
^ tsTh : a caiitioiis pat*e. |^ 

JS. f)!^^'^ ^' ^«»'« tsnhhe:. ; 
n siiijli' |iac<- ^^ chfh ; three 
hnndr d and t^txiy pares n>a'*<* 
a I or Giiinose 'urion , ~ ^ 

^ + li? i5 — M «^"» 

p:h IQh hhih |>o wef yih V\ 

To PATE, 5^ ircVii ; to pa -^ 
bai'k wards aiid forwards. ^ 
^'^iK^i ^jj^y^n he(i; 10 



jmce the ground, J^ !^ t'haou 
yaou. 

Pacific ocean, 2p ^ ping 
yang. 

To PACIFY, to appease 
wratli. ^ t^ seth noo ; to 
cahn ^ 1^ giin ylu.jg^inei ; 
to tnmqfii!li;{e, ^ Jfii tselh 
^^^ s)^ © »^aou b6,{|^ hwa\ 
; ^ ^'h'":-'- iS( foo, if^ nii^i, il 
1^ chin woo. 

Pack, abiindl-*. --^qLsC 
vTh paou h'^. "^ift ''aon ftth; 

a burden, ]^)] 1^:^^ '^ 
isae cbe wub ; a|iack of cardie 



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m 



— fj ^^ (Jl ylh foa chft po^ ; Paddy, or rice growing 
i pack of hounds, — W^'j^ the field, |g tadn ; dry land 
jrih drin k'hcn^n ; a par^ of J>add y. |^ 3^ iQh tadu ; younj 
Tiilaina, ""^ ^ H ^ ylh lib |wddy. JSf ni'^aou ; a paddy 
JWto6. fif^ld, ^ ^ ^ ho taou te^ii, 

To F^CK. 'fi paou ; to park ^ ffl meaou tc^n ; a paddy 
op goods, fjft ^jt chwang ho : field under water, |^ isaiig ; 
to pack op tea, ^ J^ chwang the paddy bird, or small white 
chili; to pack up in hay, 1^ crane, j^ ^ pih Ion, ^ ^ 
j[ paoo taea : to pack up for a , ho k&h. 

journey, ^ |^ f^ ^ show ; Pa dlock. ^ ^ teaiiu 95, 
BhibhlDg le ; exclusive of the • ||g ^ kwei so. 

P^I^4^B^)lt<^hO^P'l^ i P^.nARlA PKTIDA, |^ ^ 

Packbr, § pnou. ^ ke she tan^j. 

PiCXHOfise, ^ ^ 'iiin Pagan, foroi^ner, ^ 1^ A 

cheo, ^ |||( foo to. ' wa-^. kwd jin ; gentile, ^ ^ 

Pacrsadolb, U kfii, >^ 1^ ^ 'sfih hiy ; idolater, ^ 

k^ ^ ^ ^ pae gnbw seaiig 

Pacicft,/)'^ ^seaou paou;, chay. 

aftst vessel, {/^ H^ k'hwae i Pagr, of a book, (double,) 

ting. } ^ J^ shoo ye, ^ ^ shoo 

Packthread, Jl^RI"^^"^ } y« ; do. sinjile^ ^ [§ shoo 

Paction, 1^ j^ kee yft. niVen, ^ ^ pwan y« ; at- 

Pad, a foot path, J§§ kinsr, lendant, ;J^ ^ seabu sze, 5J| 

^1^ seabu loo ; a foot pad, I |te kan pan, ^J^ )!^ seabu te, 

if m^lo/^ tsYh ; a pad for ihs I ^ ^ ^'^^^ fi^- 

imees, j|p^ ^ pe tselh. | Pagrant, religious, Qg 

To PADDLB, a boat, ^ )|^ i tseaou ; to attend an idolatrous 

pwif chwin, ^ pang, j pageant, i^ jjlfl i| *#" y^ng 

Paddlb, small oar, ^J^ )|| shin shae liwuy ; a gay page- 



teabutsgang. 

Pad dock, an inclosure, ^ 
joen, ^ yuen ; an inclosure 
for deer, ]^ |§ Ifih kwan ; a , ^ _^ 

piddock for horses, g^ ^ ma pagoda, jj^ ]^ pabu t'fia ; a 
y^D. plain pagoda. j(^^ kwang 

T 



ant, ^ ^ pan sTh. 

Pagoda,^ t'ha, $JJ cha ; 
an ancient pagoda, "pf n-S\ kob 
clia, *^[^ fow tod ; a precious 



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t'ha ; an ornamented pagoda, | mind, ?i^ ^ pe t'hdng, ^ 
^ ^ hwa t'ha ; a pagoda, in ! tnan, ^ jfe cho chuh. |^ 
the language of the Buddhists, i chuh, ^ f^ P^ shang, ^ -^ 
^^^ siih ta pe, ^ ^11 ! |)e ts'hee, (jj han, j^ I'hung, 
fan cha ; a pagoda for the ash- ! ^ tse, f^ ts'han, '{^ tslh, j^ 
es of the Buddhist priests, ^ | tsliob, fjSl^ t'hung hwan 
k'han ; a pagoda seven stories 1 1^ '^ sfun so. ^ hwan. 
high, Hj ^ ^ ^®=^h tsan : Painful, ^{f ^ sin ts'hob, 
t'ha ; a pagoda containing the ^ -^^ keen k'hob, 2jS ^ sin 
ashes of Buddha, |^ fil # Uiob. ff ^ kMiob is'hob, *f^ 
;;^J^ chwang fub shin che heuh j^.niii, ^ tsMiob, % 
t'ha. he, ^ hwan j a little painful, 

Pail, ^ t'hiing ; a pail for ^ ^ yun yun j painful 
carrying water, ^fc oC 1^ ' thought, |^ ^ chin hwae ; 
t'heaou shwuy t'hiing; a pail j distressing, |§ he, ^JE^^ sin 
full, }^ ^ mwan t'hiing ; a | t'hiinsr : more painful than uiu- 




tscen, ffij] tung, 









pail for bailing a boat, ^^ j al, ^i^^"^ tung t'hung 

ho6 tbw, ^ff ^ soo tbw, J^ | ^ chang. 

hoo, "/f§ e. Paixstakixu, |§[/ ^ k'hin 

PAiN,0t'hunir» ^ tung; k'hob, ^"^ sin k'hob, ^pe. 

severe pain, yf^^ tung t'ung. | Paint, j^f tscTh ; oil paints, 

'iw ^ y^^ ^'®*h ; water co- 
lours JS^ @ yen sih, || |^ 
yen leaou ; paint for the face 

Che, BiBiy«» cl'e, Wl^ 
kung fun, ^ ^1 ^^" ^'^^^'^• 
To PAINT, 1^ hwdy, 
hwa, ^ p'hoaeu ; to paint 
pictures, ^ ^ hwa seang, 
^ § hwa hwa, ^ |^ hwiiy 
^^•"?? Ifr ^ hwuy too ; to 
paint a likeness, !^ ^ seay 
c*iiJ^, ^ ^ scay sing: to 
paint the face. ^ fjf cho fim, 
kwuh fung tilling : pained in . ^ '^ fim tslh. ^ p|^ fuu 




tseen, 
gaou, 
>^""g)^ too,^ tang; pain 
in tlie stomach, fli ^ too 
t'hung, ^ pe, |6f peth, 
chow ; pain in the loins, , _^ 
^ ^ yaou kwuh t'hung, fl^ 
kwei ; pain in fhe belly, ^ 
fiih tseih ; pain in the head, 
^ t'how t'hiing, §g IP 
^ t'how nabu tunc: t'ling; 
pain in the bones, ^f^ kwuh 
t'hung ; pain in the bones and 
sinews, ^ "^ M^ 0i kin 







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ASb, fflrchwang ; t« paint the 

«>>«k», Bt ± ^ ^ lan 
Bhang cho fan : to paiut the 

Up-, # ± 17 81 III shun 
shaDg ta yen die : to paint the 
eyebrows, H® tae hih, g 
tae; to pain I and adjrn. j^ 
fsoo hwa. 

Pahtteh. ^^hwJL tslau^, 
j|-I^bwa kiing; painters ge- 
uerally, g ^ |,wa kea : the 
paioterof a >>oat, ^ Ian. j^ 
wei, jj5[ ko, 1^ scaou. ^ ^ 
cbowso. 

P^iB, ^ gbw, — ^ yih 

^7) 25 ^^ P hcTh gbw, 

P>w, tti^ k'hang le, 

ibwang, 1^ ]7C chow p'helh, 

SK'^'hcw, ^ how, JH^ yew. 

JS'nan, ^^ le tszc.. |fL 

^^^^ TO fS ^'"^an? ko ; a pair 

of shoes, ""HP jj^ ylh ahwan*:: 

heae; a pair of wheels, fj|^ 

Ittng; to unite in pairs, §£ >fj|^ 

P^igow, >^^ ho ghw; to 

Plougb in pairs, ^ ^ gbw 

kaag. 

TopAiR,^E>^pe,'h6,>(^ 
W Ijbw lio, ^ k'hew, j(g ,>e, 

BfiJiEp^if»^i,#tth,tjtuy, 
^ k'hang, ^p^,^^ tang 
?o^, ^ iieae ; pairing time, 
ffi ^ :^ I^ P'^'^' '>o cho tsS. 
Palaci: , 1^ ^ knng (gen; 
kwau, ^ tan^, jg hwanr, 
seuen slith. ^ diin, 





ftHniiy yn-n. ^' ^ kin 
yuan ; th^ r^'wace of the cm- 

P^^o^ S Rl ^hune teen, ^ 
Ji[ kcw Chung, ^ C^ kfn 
chung; a temporary p^ilic*;. ^ 
^ pee'n teen : a palaoe used 
while travelling, ^ ^ h:ng 
kunsr; the palace of a viceroy, 
^'^^P^tsimg tlh yiy 
mun ; the palace of llie he;r. 
ap|»arent, ^ ffj cli'hun fing. 

Palatablk, i^ ^ habu 
shih, ^ji^B^ y-w tszc wei', 
ttj* P khb k'hbw. 

Palate. ^ go. §)[ kin: to 
please the fialcite, ^^ fj 
shwang k'hbw. 

Palaver, idle talk, J^j |j^ 
heen ^n, g ^ pih hwa ; flat- 
tery, gQ ^ chen yon. 

PALE,^8cai, ^^ prh 

tsing, §^ S^ teen nien ; |>ale 
as death. ^ ^ ^z'* pTli ; pale 
as the ground, ^ ^B i fi 
meen jo6 t'hob sih : pale like 
tho moon. ^ yinjr^ ^ yj"g: 
|)ale with friirht, ^ 
j»'*n : a pale counUnance, 
W^ f>>h liien. 

Pale, an enclosure, ^ iS 
le pa ; wilhin the pale, P^ f^ 
hi'ien nuy. 

Palfr::y, ^ »^ lean it ma; 
.ij,ady's horse, Jc K^\i^4 
nyii jin shing tclh ma. 



^k hcth 





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PAN 






^ Qi fun m)iig. 

To PALP1TATB, ^ ^ hw6 
tdng, IS 1^ U t'heaou ; do. in 
breathing, Jjljjl che ; paJpitaUon 
of the heart, 4l> j^ J^ eiQ 
t'han tih, ^j(^ I'hang ein, 
O ^ Bin yih, S{| D£ woo 
ylh. 

Pai.sy, ^^ fuag t'han, 



Paling, j^l ^ 1^ pa. 

PALISADK,;^t8lh,;^tSa0, 

_ gae, ^ hwan : palisades 
and fences, g| jS.:^^he€n. 
keih pe hoo. 

Pall, p^ choo, ^ choc ; 
covering for a coffin, ]|§ ^fe 
)&van e, ^ sba, i^ he^n. 
kin, ^ tseen ; a cloak, ^ 
vrai t'haou. | j^ ^ fiing i'hung ; rigidity 

Pallbt, small bed, ^J^ f^' of the nuiscies, j|^ ^ t'han 

hwan, S^TJ^ chen yew. 

Paltry, ^ §^ ke^n seaou ; 
mean, ~J% TO» hea tse^n. 



•eabu jiih. 

To palliate, excuse, ifp 
Jg t'huy t'ho, ^ :J£ we^ t'h5 : 
to palliate offences, ^g ^p 
chay tsuy, ]^.|^ shoo tsuy. 

Pallid. |)ale, Jn Q t*hob 
slh, $^ S tsinp sih. 

Palm tree, "^ j^ hwangr 



Pamaritima, ^ jg|£ ting 
lelh. 

To PAMPFR, )g5 JS. yen 
tsuh, 1^ gg yen paou. 

Pamphlet, ^J^^^seabu 



yang, ^ ^ t'hc€ teeaou, J2^ I j,{,n slioo. 

U6 ; palm of the hand, ^ 4!J . P \n. an earthenware vessel, 



show sin, ^ jpl show chan^, 

^r ^5 <^^>^*i? ^^' I ^ bear's 
palm, ^^ ^ heung chaiig ; to 





^ ^ ifing pun 
Pan-pipf.,m lae 





e, ^ fow, U fow, jg[ heu, 
heen. ^* kan ; an iron pan, 
ko, ^ loo, ^ loo. ^ 
have power in one's own pahn, ! ,naou, S^ ^ o mang, £^0| 
or grasp, l||| ^ ^ ^ keu^n ! tso yjng, ^ te ; a brass pan, 
tsae chang iih. 

Palma Christi, ]p[ 
tsabu ma, ^ fl^C p^^ nia. 
Palmigrad^:, ]^ keen. 
Palmistry, ^ ^ ^ 



chaou, 
tsan, w seaou, 9 flV 7^ 
seaoii, HJJ ^ shaou seaou. 
.^ _ Panacea, or all heal, ^ 

k^han cliang fi, j@ 'jg^ seang -^ :^ tuh hwd tsabu ; a mcdi- 
fa ; to exercise palmistry, ^ ; cine for all diseases, H ^ 
^ k'han seanff. j ||| ^an ping y5. 

Palmyra, :|;g^l)ei to. | Pancake, Jffi ^ ^ y«w 
Palpable, g|| Q nfmg plh, tseen ping. 




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PAP 



Pakdbr, J^ % woo kwcl, ' 
H) H woo kwei, aE A 
wingpt 

P««, of glass, -* "^^ 81 , 
]^ yth fang po 1& | 

PastosriCi I^ g^ uanl 
uL I 

Paiiil, — ^TJCS y«i; 

kliwa^ mftb pao. i 

Pajioouw, ^ \lj ^ch'u^n ' 

ttDket,gpliog.^|j^|in?Ie.: 

PiKG, ^ t-hiiiig, iii^ |g : 

«ui tldog. I 

Pakicum, ^ ^ tsan toze. 
Panic LRD millet, ^ laze, 

PAirNini,|5kc!h f^to. 

Pawoply, ^ ^ k'hwei 

is. 

Pa»8y, j^ ^ k'hin ts'ha^. 

TOPAWT, n^ Cb llll^il. 

Im& ch'hu&n. ^ch'luien 
l§^ haou ch'huen, JJi ^^^^» ^ 
k'h«nj|i p'hcTh,^ 1$ c'.e 

^^ ilE "^ s?ae yth, ^ 
woo vTh, ^^ r^ woo yth, 

^j^ I^T '^^ y ^ P^"^ ^^^i* hrenlh 
che ; to pant slowly, ^ 
kefih leuh ; to pant through 
fear, JIq ^ heih chah ; pantincr 
as a horse out of wind ^ ^ 
Hr j^ ^<^ ^^ ch'huen selh ; 
panting, ^ chug.jj^ heth. 

Pamtaloons, ^ |g kwa 
tang ; tight pantaloons without 







a seat, HI $ k'hoo t'ha6u, 

S^^i^'^^^l^i longpanta- 
loons, Jj^ ^ chaug k'bo6. 

Pantubism, H 1$^ wan 
shin ting, 

Paktbcr, f^ paou. 

Pantomime, J^l^h^- 

Pantry, K ^ shoo fing. 

Papa, ^-^ pa pa, ^^ ^^^ 
teay tiiay, gg-g^apa. 

Papaver,M ^yingsCih. 

Papaya, M 9 ^ "^^^ 
show kw6, ^ mow, ^ g| 
kwo I6w, TJ^ jJ5^ mfih kwa, 5E 

sf^yQh mek hwa. 

Paper, ]^ cW», ]^ cte ; 
white paper, ^ m^ pTb che ; 
coarse paper, ^ ^ts'hoo ch^, 

1^ ^ tsabii cheVflP ^ ^^^ 
che ; paper money, ij^ jg^ ehh 
tsp^n, ijpj^ ^ choo iseen, ^ 
sis pTh tse^n, ^ ^ chaou 
tse^n ; a paper kite, ]^ ^ 
fung tsang ; paper to be burnt 
in sacrificing, H^*^ ti'ng isz\ 
4)^ ^ ^ kin ym Chi, ^ ^^ 
86 ill p6 ; paper enrments used 
as offerings, j^ Jg k'lie fohj 
paper carriages for ditto, 
k'hang ; a paper case, 
chwang kwang ; do. for books, 
shoo kee; flag paper, 
fan ch^ ; a paper-hang- 
er, f^ ZC peabu kung ; paper 
made of sea weed, {^j ]|| uih 
lb ; paper ships and iron men 





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i^JlS^J^checliwant'hee dans, ^ ^ ^ t'heen 16 
jln ; the paper mulberry, ^ yu6n ; do. according to the 

Romanists, ^ ^ te tang ; 

celestial do. -JS ^ t'heen 

<<^ng, M ill ^ ^fi ^^" ^^^ 

pim so, ^'C @ t'licen kw6 ; 
bird of paradise, ^ ^ funj 
neabu. 

Paradox, ^ @ |^ ^ 



I choo sang, ^^kuh ; a 

sheet of paper, — ' §M ^J^ 7^^ 

chang cbe ; blank [)aper, "jf^ 

i^ kwang ch^, J^ ^ tsang 

chfe ; letter paper, ^ tseen, ^ 

1^ sin chi ; gold paper, ^ ^ 

kin tseen ; to pay respect to _ 

paper that has writing on it, ^ k^ kwae teth hwa, ::^ ^ j^ 

^ maou tun teth hwa. 

Paragon, ^^^^ tsiiy 

mei chay. if ^ S* tsfn shen 




•fp ^ iJt king seth tsz6 che ; 
papers in a legal proceeding. 

^5 ^ keuen tsunir. ^ ^ 

Papkr-makeR;$^ OJ cli« c^i^y paraxon of beauty, ^^ 

tseang. 1h ^ 5^ tseue ihe che tsze. 

Papiuon, 8^!^ hod tec, Paragraph, ^J |§ ken 

iyi^^keetce. tow, ^ tseg, 1^ twan, j$£ 

Papist, ^ ^ ^ '^ :^ chansf : a paragraph of a book, 
tsun tsungpa pa chay, ^ ^ j — - j^ ^ yth twan shoo, — - 

HJS Ik ^ ^ kfng s,n i m ylh hwuy. 

TopARALYZF. effort, J^]g| 
^ ;^ tseuc fei 1< 'he leth. 

Parallax, ^ ^ mfing 
k'he. 

Parallkl lines, ^ ^ 



16 ma keaou hwang chay. 

Parable, ^^ P'li*? joo, 
^ ft pVe fang, It Pjjf I* 
joo ; do. in poetry, J^ Jp[;J hiny 
pi. 

Paraclete, ^ ^ ^ pmg liing seen ; paralleli of 
k'heuen wei chay. 

Parade, ^ ^ t'hi meen. 
^ 3te yfing kwang, gj ^ 
wei fung ; parade of military 
weapons, ffl sth, ^ tsTh. 

Paradise, accord in it to the 
Buddhists, ^ ^ ,^ kcTh lo 
yuan, i/n M kea ikn, |g ij 
he^n pob , ^ m heiion poo ; 




latitude, ^wei. 

Paralysis, 3^ W^ fung 
t'han, jj^ 1^ wei fung; para- 
lysis of one side, ^p ^ ^ 
^'Cl^ pwan shin piXh sfiy 
che ping. 

Paralytic, ^ ^ pe wei ; 
a paralytic affection of the head, 
M ^ ^ P*^en t'h6w fung ; 



do. according to the Muhorae- do. of one side, ^ mo, fffi mo. 



Pift 



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ttdykaoukeib chdag. 

Pabamocb, guilty, ^^ 
keeofoo. 

Parasvmph, jQ: A m«' 



jsn, 



i#8cThfo6,^iC*i»e« 



Bongnyu L'Jijh. 

Parapkt, ifj flrh, tJ^ 
njuisilaiii^, i^ too, ^tee. 
n^D, H leih, H yfing, 
W(Kurh.J^^|)eiirh. 

Paraphernalia, JJ^ 




. To PARCEL, ^ fiin. 

To PARCH, J^hunsr ; parch- 
ed, fg he6, j^ san, {1^ tsaou; 
parched and cracked lips, pj 
^ 1^ k'hbw shuu tsaou 



^0C 





% 



Parchmj.n • 
yangp'heci/'. 

To PARI;. .V ^ ^: shay 

3tX W 8'*"y yew ; «u pardon 
faiiltti and exciidc traiisgres- 

^ '^^", f^ ^ ^"iif pei ; 8i"«'8, iCife^ H shay kwd 
rfng chewuh. I yew i.^ny ; a general pardon, 

PiHAPHRASE, J^ f^ kwang 'J^ '|[i ta sh^^y : to excuse from 
•^g.lllUchuy keang. punishment, ^ ^ mecn 

Pabaplku, P^i^yu san. i tsijy; 1 beg your pardon, i^ 

Parasite, ^ ^k^i^ sang^ ' ^ tih tsuy , >^ |6 y^w tsdy. 
M^ iho") 8ze, ]^ JP neabu j Pardonable, HT |^ |§^ 
'^•ff^^khe yn ]^ teaou, ] ^^ k'hb shay Uth ; there is 
11 ^ lo luo, ^ ^ chung ' sometliing in the affair which 
Jong; juirasific plant, ^ TfC r^^^Jers it pardonable, ff| ^ 
yi muh ; han;;cr-on. j^ j{^ W 1^ ^^'"^ y^w k'hb yuen. 
f^^^A ♦^^^ y^" f"^i Top ARE, cut off^alll chen, 
j^chcjil^^ ^yuen liina, i)l H^l chen sco, ^ ^j fob 
Ifl^ pe lung; a parasite j sed, §)[ Sjl J^J '^^a, §|I gl 
"ab,^me. I paou seo, JjfJ ^U ^an se6, H 

Parasol, 3^ gleaner san. seu^, ?^x ^ha, 1^)1 been, JQ 

^ ^ lit y"^'^'^^! if 'han,^lj Chung, 1^ 




"lin, |i] kau, ^IflJ t'heaou, 



To PARBOIL, 

chob pwau ahuh. 

Parckl. portion, ^ fiin ; '^*'o, ^^j p'he, J||| wan, ]^|J 

P^J^^Se. -^ paou ; a parcel of plicen, ^J wan, ^J yin?, j|)] 

grouud, — j^Hyihk-hwae cbhwang, ^J kwan, ^l] mo, 

^ ; a parcel of thieves, — ^J lin. |^ p'hec, flj yaou, J||j 

S ffiP( y^h hn tsth ; a parcel of chen. IppJ tse; to pare wood, 

'^ks, — i^^ yXh luy shoo. ^] ^ kan chay ; to pare 



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die flesh, ^ kwae, ^\ tseujn, 
fill yuen ; to pare the naiU, 

ffl fl f -» «•* ''- 



Parish, & |R V& T 
miih sse ch& hga. 





|i fH •W' "«*' *■""" ■•»«"• lUUII BBC « <■««> •«>»• ^^ ^^ 

PARKNT,3?t/^»P»'^«"^»x!i Park, ® y«w, JtHy"^** 
l^foo mob, ift M yay ncane, ' yew, NJ i^ tingchung; a deer 
^ ^iglabuuze ncanfi:,;^ |>ark, ^ HI luh yew ; an im- 
1^ Bhwang is'hin, PR ^ p^rial park, ^ y«.^ 
leangU'hin,— ^firhu'hin^i p^elanck, # I 

yen foo t«zA mob ; parents love 



I Paelanck, "^ 1$ cM 

tan. 
To PARLEY, f@ S«hang 

leang. 

Pabliament, |S5 ^« , 

^ jf^ "^ thang leaog kw5 

82^ ta hwdy. 
Parlous, $ Ji|k'hThtang, 



Uieir young, ^^^ 81 ^^^ 
n&w che tOh ; parents living, 
^ ]g T^ ked k'hinj? hea ; 

paints dead, ^ fij T y""8 

kan hca ; when parents are in ^ ^ «„^^^., .^j^^ 

life, do not wander f^^^^^^^fj^ k'hth ting. 

tB^^^ '^^ "^^^ ^'^ \ Parody, Jt P F* "**• 
pnh yuen yftw ; to be filial to Paronychia, whitlow grass, 

parents, # ic # ^eaou foo ^ ^ Ung lelh, $ tan, Jg 

mob, 3§^ ft ft heaou shwang j ^ ^^ ^sabu. 

ts'hin. I PARoauKT, >j> || ^ "eaba 

Parental tablet, ^ ^ yj^g ko, ^^ hwan k'hb. 
^ shin chob pa&^i!^ ^ sWn . Paroxysm, ^ jQi P*'"^ 
chob, ^ chob, ^ choo, ^ • keih. 
teth. Parricide, pC ^ fi '^* 

Parentage, ^ BS '^^ foo mob, gSl 3t 5u ^ *' 
telh. i foo heung shbw. 

Pabbnticidr, I^ ^ 1^1 Parrot, ^ Iff yi«g ^o, 
she foo mob. 

Parentless, 5J3[ koo, 3(J 
"^ 7 IpE foo mob pdh tsae. 

Parenthesis, 5C 'I' I^ 
-^ 6^ t»!l ^^^ chung cha j(ih 
telh ssd. 

Parhelion ^ Q IK ^^^^ 
jlh t'hdw. 



H i^ yinir wob, Hi^yijg 

moo, Sl^S^ fc«" ^^^^ A W 
pa ko, ^ JP: han kaou. 

To parry, ^ t^i ^ ^ 
te choo ; avoid, ^ M ^^^ 
pi, 

PARsrMMON, fruit, lip sh^. 

Parsimonious, jH § k^n 



PiK 



9Z7 



PAR 



k-he^n liD, lis ^ p'hb lin, :§: 
lin slh, V^ lin. ^ gnai;, 
»fl», 1^ 8ih, ^kan, ^ 
kin; to become parsimonioua 
late in life, Bjj^ ^ ^ wan 
tieelin. 

Parsimont, ^ H^ k'heen 
p6,@^k'heenIio,jj^ ^ 
k'lieen Bang, j^ ^ k'heen 

S." S^ ^ k'heen lin, jj^ 
keen ke, gp ^ p% lin, ^ 
^linwTh, ^lin. fgr'lin, 
u^ ^^* Wf ^^" ' sparing in the 
twe of money, f^ ^ 8«!h tsaS ; 
SQunwillin^ess (o create ex" 
i*°«e8, :^^ /£ ^ ^ puh jin 
fa'ydng. 

Parslky, J^ ^ k'hin 

to'Jjae, ^ |S k'hin ta'ha^, |B 

7^tuh hwo; wild parsley 3jt 

/!=• shwiiy k'hin ; bastard 

parsley, t^ ^ shay chwang^ 

g me. 

PARSNiP,^]|||^hod 16 

puh. 

Pi.RSoir, a religious instruc- 

*^'> ft &B "™^ «ze, 10; ^ 

keaou sze. 

Pakt, portion, ^ fun, ^ 

^ fun tsze, Ix ^ •'^ f"", 
^^ pw4n ; a portion, ^ ^ 
mlng fiin ; a side, ^ ^ fun 
wei ; duty, |^ ^ chih fiin : a 
member, ^ koo, Qj^ che ; a 
fragment, ^ twao ; ten parts 





(complete,) -f- ^ shih fjn ; 
the greater part, ;^ =^ ta 
pwan, j\ Tm ^ ^'bae ; a small 
part, /J^ ]^ seabu koo ; for my 
part, ^ ^ tsae gnb ; my por- 

^^°) ^ <1 ^ ^gnb che fiin 
Uz^ ; parts, abilities, '^ ^^ 
tsad Dang -, in good part, 
sh^n e. 

To PART, to divide, ^ 
fun k'hae, ^ ^ fun die ; to 
separate, ^^Ij fuu pee; to 
put asunder, ^ ^ fun iS ; to 
be parted from, ^| gl] U pee ; 
to part from a friend. ^ ^ 
keue pe^. ^ che : to part from 
each otiier, 4fl ^ seang IS, 
itf; pe ; to part with life, -^ 
W 8'^ay nafng : to part with 
anything, |^ ^ shay k'hed ; 
cannot part with, ^m 7 ^ 
shay piih tlh ; to part info por- 
tions, ^ ^ ^ fun ke fun ; 
parted from. ^^ pj^ kwei klh ; 
to part equally, ^^ ptng 
fun, Jg ^ keun fun ; to part 
and divide, ^ ^ fun san ; to 
part and distribute, ^ ^ ^ 
^ san kelh chung j)n ; to part 
and allot to diflerent duties, 
^ fli fun p'hae, ^ fffe fun 
poo. 

To PARTAKE of a meal, 5^ 
-^ kiinsr shih ; to enjoy, 1^ 
hijang, ]|jj bin , to have a por- 
tion, ^ ^ yew fun, ^ ^ 



U 



PAR 



928 



PAR 








Beang t'hiing ; to be invoked 
in an affair, ^ H §i tsae le 
t'hdw. 

Partaker, ^ ^ 6^ A* 
yew fun teth jin, ^ ^ rJT 
^ }\^ hwo fun tsze che jin. 

Parthbmum, pellitory, 
yay keuh. 

Partial, biassed towards 
one party, ^^ peen, D§ ^ 
peen peih, ^ suy, ^ piiiif ; 
partial views, ^ ^^ ^ |i 
keen shth shfn low, "^ ]^ 
^ yth peen che keen, ^ 
^ ^ chlh yth puh t'hung 
tang ; partial in affections, 
|g chuen chung, ^ ^ 
seay chunsj ; inclined to one 
Bide ^ j)i If 6^ yew peen 
heangteih,^fi^6'^yfew 
peen piia« teih, ^i^ ^g szc 

8n'a«:0i|pbluy. 

Partiality, jjujj ^ peon 
Pnae, (^ ffl pef>ii tsina:, fiv 

iC>8zesin,:;p:^:^|^pah 

kung che 6 j partiality is inju- 
rious, fifj ;^ 3 i^ pe^n che 
wel hai. 

Pahtially, in part, ^ ^ 
n BPy pwan fiin yew lelh. 

Participant, ^ ^ |§^ 
^ yew fun teth jin. 

To PARTICIPATE, jfj ^ 

kung fun, ^ j^ tYh fiin. 

Particle, Jg^^ hcu tsz^ ; 
a commencing particle, 




k'hae yii ez4, iS IS jfi 
k'h^ yii heu tsze ; a con- 
nective particle, ^ ^§ S^ 
tsee yu 8z6 ; a turning particle, 
^ S§ §■$ chwan yu sz^ ; a 
closing particle, fjf fS ^ hee 
yu sze ; the Chinese have the 
following couplet 

he who can distinguish the 
seven particles here adduced is 
a literary graduate; a small 
portion, /J> ^ seabu fiin ; a 
particle of dust, ^ ^ wet 
chin, )pj meth ; ages numer- 
ous as the particles of dust, 

flK ^ ^ ^ w®* ^^^^ ®®^ 






ke^. 

Particoloured, ^ p<5, ^^ 
tsasth, .^^ p6 16, ^ 
pan sih, 3^ ^ Hn peen; 
particoloured garments, %^J^ 
wang fuh; a particoloured cow, 
^ ^ le new. 

Particular, a li(tle, — '^^ 
yth teen ; private, ^ (§^ ^ze 
teih, ^l^sze heaj indivi- 
dual, ^ A#^ kojinka 
teih ; single, Mpi tan ; special, 
^ tlh. 

Particular, one individu- 
al thing, — ""J^yth keen; I 
beg to ask the particulars, g^ 
^ ^ ^ ts'hing wan ke mfih; 
the particulars of anything, f|^ 



pjyi 



§29 



PAR 




^ teate mfih ; difficalt to 

«lftte the particulars, |^ |{|| 

nan si ahwo-; io particular, 

^ tth ft ; io be particular 

in one^fl conduct, ^^ keueu 

fl^^^^y?»w 80 fuh wel, 

inif^^^ keucn keae 
puh kan \i\ng. 

To PARTlCULARrZF., — * — ' 

|g[ jg yth yth teen k'h^. 

Particularly, especially, 
^!^t1h llh; 1 parti.-ularly 

wish you well, jBMMki 
tan joen urh habu. 

Parting words, ^ keu^, 
^ ^1] keu« peg, I* yang ; a 
parting feast, ^ S^tsoo loo ; 
t partinj? ke^p-sake, ^ ^ lew 

kcoc, 3 5511 '^w P^^ 5 sorrow 
al parting, jjlj ||| *{C pec le 
taew ; since o.ur parting, ^l| ^^ 
pec how. 
Partisan, ^H^ ^ne luy. 
Partitiok, division (@ kth; 
a partition wall, f^ ^ kth 
pclh, ^ gg kpcn pelh ; a par- 
tition screen, fJfQ hwang, ^ 
kth sh'n ; a dividing, ^ 
^[ fun k'hae che sze, 
y^ ^L pow k'Imft che 
; distribution, ^ ^ ^ 
^san k'hae che sz^ ; a divi- 
sion into parts, j^ gjf kih 
twan, ^ 1^ keen twan. 
To partition^ J^ gB fun 

k'»«-. f»1 Rl kSeo «»». :&• H 





9c ^ ^^''^ ^^1 ^^ ^"" • '^ P^i^* 

tition a country, ^^ ibih 
kw5; to partition land, j^ 
leue ; to partition a house. |^ 

ttf J^ M '^^'^ ^^'"^'^ ^^»s^ '^h. 

Partly, T^^T pwan fiin. 

Farther, lift l«bk.^|^ 

pp ho pwan, f=p /^ pwan jin, 

■ -^ pp ho pwan : a partner fcr 

I »f«- iE f^'. in ^IS f^i g»ow, 

I i^ k'hew ; the good man 

• wisfies for a partner, ^g" ^ 

jjlj jfjt keun tsze haou k'hew. 

PA»TNEHfjfiip, to enter into, 

to dissolve rio. ^ gj yp St 
ho ke fun soo. 

Partrtdoe, f^ 29^ chay 
koo, ^|.'he, (^If? P"hche. 
5irkeae,^|kMie,>f^||chuh 
ke. 

To PARTURrATR, 3- Sl 

sang clian, ^ 3J[^ fun miSen, 

^ "K /K s^^'^^^ *>^^ ^^'^'• 
Parturient female, §| 

chan foo. 

Parturition, act of. -^ jfyg 
, fun nieen ; time of, ^ ^ J^ 
B^yin^r tsze che sh.*, : difficult, 
1^ ]|| nan chan,:^ g|J chTh 
peih. 

Party, ^ f§ chow liiy, 
J39 ^ P«^nir tang ; of the same 
pariy, — ^ tfy y«^ ^b teth, 
[^ ^ tung tang ; to defend 
one's party, jg^ gg tang hoo ; 




PAS 



930 



PAS 



a faction, ^ H g6 tang ; a 
company invited to an enter- 
tainment, '^m^^ ^®^" 
ts^iing che k'hlh. 

Party-coloured, see par- 
ti-coloured. 

Party-spirited, Jq pe, 

liberal and not party-spirited, 

^ ifff ^ Mj ^^^"^ ^^^ P^^ 

Party-wall, |^^ keen 
peih, ^ ^ kth peth. 

PAsauiN, ^ 1^ ke sze. 
: To PASS, to move from one 
place to another, ^ Jgl king 
kw6 ; to pass away, ^ ^ 

kwo k'heu, f^" aMj ^ hing 
kwo k'heii *,f to pass by, ^ 

leth,^yth.S@kingle!h, 
P king, ^^king, % kw6, 
1^ t'faang, frpf p5, ^ (angfto 
pass through, ^ t'how, ^ 
ta, i^ tung, ig ^ t'hung ta ; 
to pass through a hole, ^ 5^ 
kwan yfen, "^^ kwan t'hunsr, 
to pass through the world, ^ 
pT she she n to pass through 
a place, '^ ^ sh6 lee, f^ ^ 
ehe t'hung, ^ Jq, t'how kwo ; 
to pass through successive pe- 
riods of time, j^ ^ king leTh ; 
to pass through a country, j^ 
B3^ king led, J^ ^ yin tA f to 
pass through service, ^ ]^ 
yuS leth ff to past tefore the 









eje8,{^^ kingraiih./^chS, 

pee f to pass without effect^ 

k'hungf kwo ; to pass 

over, Jli e, j^ kwa, j^ paou, 

sf* tto pass over a bridge, 

f^ kwo keaou f afterwards 

I will pass over, ^ ^ ^ ^ 
how gnb mae yen ;tto pass o- 
ver one's place, J§ jj£ l<*th 
weij^to pass over faults, ^|^ 
l^ shay kwo ,^to pass over a 
place, ^ j^ yue kwo, 
yu« keu6, ^ yu. |^ yii, 
]^ king leth, $^ shod, Jg. 
tseu, ]^ siiy ;• to pass over a 
rule, ^ shwang ; to pnss over 
the line of succession, ^^ 
kwo ke ; to pass water, )\ 
seaou peen, /J^j^seabu keae, 
i^ sow, ]^ sow, ^ ^ keai 
show : the days and months 
are passed away, p ^ 3BlS 
jth yur yii mae ; to pass one's 
^ife, }§L ^ kw6 sang, "^ ^ 
too sang ; to pass from one to 
another, ^ ^ king che, J^ 
che kang ; to pass a night, 
_ ^ y«e svlh, III ^ kwo 
yay; to pass the day, ]pC 9 
too jth ; to pass beyond, Vl^lro. 
t'hae kwo ; to pass rapidly a- 
way, Jjr J3 peth yth ; to pass 
through one's hands, j|gg ^ 
^ king k6 shbw ; to pass o. 
ver the poor, and comply with 

the rich, ^^rni^Sy«« 






k' 



PAS 



S31 



PAS 



po arh tsfin^ fo6 ; to pass a 
n?er, ]^ ^ too hd ; to pass 
as money, ^ f^ she tth ; to 
pass over, (omit) ]^ ^ wang 
k^ ; to pass oa before, ^ f^ 
f^ ^ wang tsedn kwo k'heu: 
to pass over the month, Q^ J^ 
yn yue ; to pass out of Don-ex- 
kteDce into existence, § ^ 
f^ ^ tsze wod chill yew. 

Pass, a narrow passage, 
n yae k'hbw ; passes and \ 
barriers, |^ ^ fifth slh ; a pass 
among hills, fl^ |^ gih hea» 
m fuh ; to defend a pass, ^ 
•^ show Ua ; a pass where 
tolls are levied, ^^ kwan 
cha, ^ (l) kwan k'hbw ; a 
dangerous pass, ]^ ]^ hc>.n 
yae ; passes and fords, ||| ^ 
kwan tsin. 

Passable, 1^ S i&] too 





«h kwo, iS ^« ^ »iw6 tth 



klieu ; tolerable, ^ 'Sf seaou 
k'hb, ^ ^ raiili miih. 

Pass AGE, g^ loo, ^ taou ; 
passage by water, ^ S&^*»wuy 
lo6 ; land passage, ]^ ^ \uh 
k>6 : a passage for ships ^ ^ 
keang : a passasre through a 
house, g£ yih, M^l^uh t'hung; 
passage money, ;^C tfP shwuy 
kg5; passages of the animal 
body, ^[i k'hftng,.^ taou ; to 
open a passage, gg ^vL^ 
lo6 ', a passage boat, 2k wk 



too chwan ; to take a passage 
in a vessel , fpl )^ ta chwau. 

Passenger, traveller, jj 
A hing jm, j^ A loo jln ; a 
passenger on board ship, ^> 
^ h&ti chwan jio k1iib. 

Passing, moving, f^ gj 
1^ hing lung teth ; exceeding 
-p ^r shth fun ; passiii;; 

strange, ^tl ^ 7^^ «> -^ ^ 
e shin. 

Passion, anger, ^ no6 ; to 
be in a passion, ^ ^ sang 
k'h^, ^^ ^ung noo, jllf yin; 
the seven passions, ^ 
tseth tsing; feelings, ^^ 
sing tslng, ^^^ wilh yiih, 

A 9j f"^ y^*^ i ^^ p^® w^y ^ 

passion and transgress the 
rules of propriety, p£ f^ ^ 
]j§ tsfing tslii? pel le ; excited 

by passion, "J^MMB^M 
wei heue k'he sb lung ; to give 
loose to passion, ^ *^ jin 
sfnar; the votaries of passion, 

t §fc ^ «h^ yfii* <=h^^ 

Passion flower, ^J^fu 
fung keu hwa. 

Passionate, w fan, ^ 
^ sing go, '1^ Msi'n^kelh, 

fgfc |t^ pee foo, m Ife '^jj 
how ; a passionate man, y^ 

Passionless, ^ *IW ^ 
wo6 tslng yah. 
Passive, sign of, ^pe, 




9:ta 



PAS 



show, f^kelh, ^kt«n, ^ 
mflng. 

Passivkrkbs, S 3S ^ 
fj^ ^n nafi che sin. 

FAsaovEB, j% j^ ^ yd 
yue Ue«, ^5^ ^ kwo k iieu 
UeS. 

Passport, ^ jg(| chanj; 
belli, g^ ^^ chaou shi.. 
p'heaou, J^ ^oo p'heaou. 

Past, j^ ^ kw6 k'heii_ 

IgignKkinj, ®iS ki",. 
nee ; past and gone, j[^ } 
kwo leoou : past apes, ^^ jg^ 
wing flh6, ^ ■& k'heii she ; , 
past ofTences, "g)J ^p la'iftn fci, 
f¥, ^ wanCT tsiiy , sign of l Ik; 
pasttenao, ^^p_ltii>| 
B "-Sng ki,.K. f 
already past, ^ 
% kiitg kwo leaou. 

we, Sk&n, ^85 Cleans 
hod, 515 ngen, ^ tipen, J^^ 
hoo, ^ chlh, ^ tnn, tS laoii. 

the paatc of which porcelain is 
made, ^j^ n§. 

To PAflTB, ^ neen, ^ 
neen,^ joo,0 new,|^ hoo, 
1^ ne ; to pMte acrainst ihe 
wall, m '^^ Ji. neen iaa£ 
h ahang ; to paB(.« Mii' oiive- 
e of a lett€ r, f 1^ ^ ^ u5«n 




sliaiig ki'floii ; to paste against, 
3h M« "''*" ^'^•^ ■ •" n*"** ov^r 
a door, ^.^'^f^JiUiSVuiA 
miJn ehnti^ ; to paste up pla- 
cards, ^ ^^ ke« t'hec ; to 
pa^te pa|)er in a window, /^ 
l^ngchwang; paste it care, 
fully, :^^ sc neen. 

Pas'ik-boaru, ^ Ip; how 
clie, f^ ^ peaiiu chfe. 

Pastrii, one who pastes pa- 
I*'""' « IS peaou tseang, ^ 
■ SE Pr !'-^'"> P"'' t«s^"R IK 
j fj^ ^ -I|S. peabu che sze foo. 
Pa;- PI I! N, part of a horss's 
I ^''■S' W) ^ '"* keaou, 
; Pastil, for smoi^ing mu9- 
qiictlons, ^^ |(J§ hnaiig yen. 
P>sT.«K,lfe^l.esa_ 
PtsTiNACEA, carrot, |^ ^ 
^ huJii; 16 pi) ; i>a8tinacea 
„,.„„a,SjS[f„„. 

PASTOR, shepherd, ipJ^mOh, 
^ififctsm,'mnh,H3tt€*n 

mQh,^MinQhtfine,#tt 
yaiigmdh. ^ ^ §^ k'han 
yang lelh ; pastor of people, 
K ^ jIn muh,^ ^ Dihi 
niiih ; pastor of a church. ^ 
^ muh azo, "^ ^ fawdy 
chob. 

Pastoral, a poena, Jji^ ^£ 
icl Sfc '"'*h ^'^"ff cf*e ko. 

PASTBT.g^ Hk'hinj 
kaoumSen. Ig^me^n shThr 
S(p«i(!,||heeH. 



r^ 



PAT 



033 



PAT 



foo ielh ; paternal regard, ^ 

Paternoster, ^g" ^p >C 
wod tang foo. 

Path, |^ loo, /J\ |^ scabu 
loo, ^ king. ^ taou. fj^ he, 
^@ he king, j^ jg liang 
taou, j^ ^ king too, ^ JSS 
chlh chen, *^ ^ tow loo, ^ 
yew, ttt shiili, 1^ k'he, ^ 
led, i^ y Th ; the path of rec- 



Paitet^ok, f^ fif S 
M ping tfleiudg. 
PASTrRAGB, 5^ yucn, ^ 

oiuh cliaiig, j^ ^ t8abu te^n ; 
IMturage for a fadi-se, ^1^J| ^ 
mub ma yuen. 

PisTiaF, food for cattle, 
§ ]p leang tsabu. 

To PASTURE, sheep, ^jj^ =E 
inuhyang: do. horses. S^^ 
oiuh ini^ ^ /seen, j|i tseen, 
^ J^ tseen tsabu. 

Pat. just hitting the time, 
11^ j^hea habu ,* convenient, 
S^)^peeo. 

To PAT, to Strike gently, 1 H^ chin. Wltl^'hang ; a raised 
39 P*» ^ P^i ?h pecn ; lo pat I jmthway through do. W^ pwan, 
00 (be head,^ J|IS foo mo J to | gg ijn, W ^JH teen chow, ^ 
pat a horse, j^ ^ fob yii. 

Patch, f^i ^ fK)b ting. 

TopATCU,^||§ poo chuy, 
^^pohe.iSche, ^ 

'^^^"g:]^ ^ kee nee 
iben. 



itude, S 5i[ wang taou ; a 
path through paddy fields, ff 

|J|5 Ueen mth, tj ^j"?' ^3^ 
kwang, ^ flhing, ^ shing, 





chue, Km] keu. if Uu€; do. 
much trodden,!^ lin; a path 
leading ea«t and west, fg 
nith ; do north and south, YY 
tseen ; a path to a grave, ^ 
^ moo taou, ^ yen, ij^^ 
Pate, J^ ^ t'how nabu. | j^^,jg . ^ path among hills, ^ 
Patf.lla, B'^ »^ pin kwuh, f^h,°ll| ^ san k'he ; a path- 
^ ^ tsclh kae kwuh, %\^ ^^y f^^ ^.attle, J^ chiih.; do. 
tscih twan. i for horses, S| j:^ ma leu5. 

Paten, ^ pwin, M*?! Pathetic, discourse, ^ 
pwan tszc.^P ^yinpheaou, I i|Vs;^|i5 tiing sin die szd. 




^^^ Akeangshajln. 
Pathless,^ 3^ Iff 



Patent, Ift >^ chthlfng. Pathless, g^f J^ t(J JM 
^ f($ yd te€, IfL Si cl*^h 1 ,,,o > loo k'hb t^hung, ^ J^ 
ehaoa. | j^^ilfe w^d jln yen che te. 

Patkrmal, it S^ 6^ *^ ' Pathology, ^i^ ping hS& 



PAT 



934 



PAT 



Pathos , ^ f^ taeuS 8z6. 
Patience, ^ ^ jto si'ng, 

ban yfing che tth. 

Patient, ^; ^ pn nae, 




5| k'how kang telh, ^ ^ 
S, ghbw yay tsuh. 
Patron, 3E w chob koo, 
gnan chob, ^ 
^nan sze, ^^LA ff'^an jin, 





tlLk\ 





^ joo jin. jjg^ '^ nae fan, j^ i ^ tan chob,^ f^ chob paou, 
^^6^ nae jfn laou telh, I ^ ^jp labusze; a patron of 





^^ 



tfeS^fi^ nang jinteth, ^ 
^; han jin, ^ fSy^"? Jf" i 
enduring, ^ S^ lH sh^n jin 
nanjg!^hanyuag. 

Patient, a person diseased} 

-^ ^l&^ y^^ pf"g ^®^'^- 

Patois, jt ll^ ^'^^^'^ y^"i 
^Pi^ heang (an, ]^ ^ pth 
hwa. 

Patriabch, of a country, 
M -^ kwo labu ; of a village, 
heang labu. 
Patrician, to # tsfnshhi, 

^ kin kb. 
Patrimony, ^ ^ k«anee, 
I kca chan, ^ ^ ke 

hoe, ^ "^i"^) si ^ *^^^" '^^^J 
^ j^ ke acu, ^ i^^^^^*^ 

ne^, ^ H ^'^^ ^«^' i^ 
kea h6, ^ i^ ^^ ^sze. 

Patriot, ^I4 i 1«« ^^e, 
^ fi ^ wei kwo che raing. 

Patriotic, % ^ chung 
how, f|5 ?f|l tsee^te ; a patrio- ^ te'en h1ng,'^j£ Wng fa, 
tic minister, ^ ^ chung chin. | j^ jfl moo tsze, ^ :^ kwei 

Patriotism, |^ ^ *^eun I ^^^^5^ ^^ ^ kwei hw6, ftf ^ 
laou. kih shth, 5^ ^ shth yang, 

Patrol, ^^sciin 16, ^g :^:y-yang tszfe, ^ il « 



ching ; night-watch, j^P J^ 






Buddhism, fl 5S ^ |^ 
hoo fa labu yay : a protector, 
J^ ^ hod pe chay. 
Patronkss, ^^ "pjr gnan 
mob, 3E "© chob mob ; the 
patroness of barren women, j§ 
Is ^ A hwdy fuh foo j!n. 

To PATRONIZE, W^ |^ 

chaou koo, RR j^ chaou yfng, 

^ ^ ^^ ^' ^ ^ »z^ 
kwang, ^ jiqj hing shang, 

to patronize Buddhism? ^ ^j^ 

fa ; to aid, gg jj{$ hoo yew. 

Patronymic,}^ sfng, ^ 
she. 

Patten, a wooden shoe,7fC 

^ miih keth. 

To patter, like rain, Jpf 
seih leih ; the pattering of 
water, f^^ow, ^ tsung, |f 
^ ;^ ^ yii keth che shing. 

Pattern, S^ S, ^ ^H 
moo yang, 7^ ^ moo fan, ^^ 





woo, ^ ftti (s tsth, n JK 



PAW 



935 



PAY 



ttih heacu/ ^ diiog, HI *, [ To pawn, '^ tang, ^ "^ 
j|g fail, 1^ kea«, ^ ken, ^ ,g^n tang, ^ jllj chih tang, 
iriu|,^ko,^hBen,^ mof^, ^cliuy ; to jwwn goods, ^ 
^ cliuen, 2^ clmn, y^ fan. ^ (^^.r h,', ; to i>a\vn cloiln-s, 

Si H P^*'*'^" J1"S' ft R'l ■ ^ ^ J3S tiiiS e fill' : !<oi»iit 
iKahatslli, ^ ^ peabu suli. ' in pledge, ^ % enaii (all.^ 
]|^^ fail wei, 'gl^S Wng. : Pawn, pledge, '^ ^ clifli 

Fatty, |^ ^ juh paou , tang, ^ keu ; a pawn at chess, 

PAtrciTY, ^ ^j\ :^ M\^ tsfih. 
sSy seabu che sze, fQ ^ ^ i Pawn-brokkr, "3i ^ ^liob 
3p Be wei che sz^. ! tang, ^ ^ lanij clioo ; pawii- 

Pavement, ^ 3g[ keae broker's shop. '^J^ tangt^en, 
taSu. ]5 ^ ^ shih tan loo, '^ ||[ ^ t'lng pVo iszN : 
S^l5i^ gnolwan^liih pawn-broker's licki-t. '(ijlj* ™ 
loo, j^ ^ te p^ng, ^ itR ' tang p'honoii : a ju'tiy pawn 
pooloo. shop, ^J> 3*P st'fibu ya. 

Pavilion, J|& ting. ^ ij^ ' To fay, ^ hwrm. f^ ttjcn; 
kea cliancr, J^ heueu, ^ ^F I ^^ \^^y "»oii«'y, ^ ^^ tecii 
maou ting; pavilion on the tseen, Jj^^g chaoii hwan. |^ 
borcJirs of a field ^ J^ yew 1 ^ chang tsec^n, '^ ^"^ hwan 
ling ; do. on a hill, |(g lljg teV. j tseen, ^ ^ na tseen, ^ ^ 
i-ec, llf}^ i^ kaou laou. ! ch'huh tseen, ^ fvii, i^^vJen- 

PArNcn, Hi -^ tob tszK I 'o pay a biil,^ ^^ t^rin t h:!« ; 
^ Jlfc new lob, ^ -? fflj ' ^^ pny adebt.^fjlf i'ri^n ch;i.;, 

new isze chanirj^ bin, ^ ^M ffl ^^'^'' ''''^^'' M ^ 
^ too bin, ^ ;fC ^ '^''"l' i ^''^"o ^'»^^^ fr ll^ '^'how 
shwuy chang. ; chang ; to pay the taxes, ^ 

Pauper, ^'fe!^^!^ woj ; ||»1 t^a heang, jt |p| shang 
e woo la^, ^ 55P ^^'^^ leaou, ; hcang ; to pay tribute, J\ ^ 
J} "Jf kefing kliob, ^ i§ ■ j^'^ kung, j^ ^ na chih, 
pin ban. I W ^ ^^^S fo6, 3|^^ "^ 

Pause, in writing, |^ tsee ; kiing ; to pay a price, p|| ^ 
in music, ^ cblng. chow chth ; to pay all demands, 

Paw, of an animal, ^ fan, j ^TQ Wi ^^'^" ^^_^ i^^i''''^' *' ""''^ 
3^ tseu ; a bear's paw, ^| ^ i n^oncy, pi 





beung chang. 



ch'huh 
been tscen; to pay by inatal- 



PAY 



936 



PEA 




khac Pay-DAT, If^ fl najih. 
PiiA, 'J-* 3a seaou tow, j 
" lull low, :^M^hd Ian 





che kew cliang, ^ ^ t'liaii 
kcabu ; lo pay money to go- 
vernment, ^ ^ keuMi ua ; tow. §% g wan tow. 
to pay the fees of office, "ptjlg Pkace, ^^ t'ha6 ping, 
ki'mg yi'ng ; to pay beforehand, ' ^ ^ t'liae ho, ^ ^ hd 
^ tan, ^ $t S ffi 1 M i l-abn, Sf ^pmg hd, 2JI ^ 

|)in^ t(iiaii ;an a^^e of peace and 
pk-Diy, :^ ^ Jj^ iB: shing 
|g t'Jian pftf ; to pay fur ano- i pinir shi'nj^slie ; peace and har- 
iher, f^^taeteen; to pay inony^ 5^ yCmg ho ; to 
a conipcnsation, J^ j^ ^^ ■ *i^"*'^^* peace, ^;g $tjk*^c Iio, ^ 
seaou ; to pay a^ visit, ^ ^ ^ ^ j^ waa chiuj; ho hubu. 

Pkaceful, 2p ^ ping 




yu Been che ch'huh kiia tsiien ; 
to pay in due proportion, ^ 



pae lv'Iith,^lg ch^ le, f 
^ ye keen, ^^ tsan pae ; 
to pay one's respects 





gnrfli,^|^h5 muh, ^J*!^ 
k'hang ning^ ^ 2p gi|in 



cr 



wan how, ^ j^ fung how,, ping, ^ yg shin shh^ f^ ^ 
^^*^ pae ho ; to pay conipli- heeii^yen, J^ gan ^ h6; j^ 

hwa, j^ tso, '1^ 





ments, jSfeifllshe Ic, fj 
hlng 1^ : to pay attention to, 
^ ^1 P*'^"2 koo, '^ pin ; JO 
pay respects to a superior, ^. 
^ jnn gnau ; lo pay deference 
tO:1^Skingchuug. 

Pay, of a worlvnian, JQ^ 
kung tseen ; the pay of the 
soldiery, ^ leang, J^ |g 
tseen leang ; to receive do, ^ 
H^ shth leang ; the pay of 
povernn)ent ofticers 
fimg lull ; to deduct do. '^ 





let'. 



hwae, 

t'hoen, 

Peacu, l^^thaou, "^^^ 
t'haou tsze ; a flat (K»ach, |j^ 
fj(C p:f?tn t'haou ; a kind of 
peach, ;(?^;j^{.' how thaou; win- 
ter peaches, 5J^ maou ; wild 
peach, ^ ^ choo yu, ^1^ sa ; 
tlie peach hlossoni, )||(( flQ 
thaou hwa, '^ ^ ting hwa ; 
a douhle flowering peach, j^ 
^fei t'haou ; a peach tree, 
1^ i^ t'haou shoo ; (icach 
fa fling ; to pay do, ^ ^ che stones, 'M -tl thaon jm. 

f^"& (Sw W *^*^^'* ^""S J ^<^ ^« ! Pdacock, Jli -^ k'hnntr 
on half-j)ay, "^^j^ shlh ; tsco : a peacock's feather. "^ 
pwan fnng; lo stop one's pay, j ling ; to wear do. H^ ftf 1^ 
^ ^ chob lung. I lac liwa ling. 




PEJk 



937 



PEC 



Apeak, ^ fung, |I^ fun?, e fe jin, ]^ ^ y^ idaoii choo 

^chan,i5^chen,-^diin,|f|[ kwci, $| 3^ kan choo. |^:^ 

g»h, 1^ keaon, ]& kcTh, 3^ ; ^ ^f se fan shuh lin. 

Iwan, ^ tsuy, y^ ^ chen Pearl-sago. ^ ^ ;j^ 

fnng,^ isciiAn, ii^ il^ fnnsr chin choo fun, J^ j^ ^ chin 

chan?. :^low. |I2^ fvhraon,*^^ choo nie. 

Uan.Jl^kraoij.J|J?J :;an dn^- Pk.irl-sked, /M^ chiicn 



Prat., of thnncl.^r. ^ ^ <2 

Peas^ I5[ f)t khar* ko. 

PEAR;i^li,4fc||k1iwae 
kb; the sandy |)car, ^^ 
slia 




SIIOJ 




kuh. 

Pkarl-shetj. |fe how. 
Pkarlasi!, [^ kan, 
ki'en. ^ ven. 

Pfak/.y, 3F yuh.^yuu. 
Pjasant: ^; "^ nung foo, 

_^ ^ , , f^-^^^^K ni'^'nr jin, jS X nfing 

'^. i^ ^ s'^a tM.anir ; the ' kung, ffg ^ tcVn ho '>, fBJ ^ 
snow-while pear, §j^ ^ sc*ur; , teon foo, f[|J ~p t:Vii tin jr ; a 
Iti ; awilc! |Kar, ^ fin<r, :^ |^, common person, ^ /^^ s' ' 
^lc,:^nioo, ^ cha, ^ 'in. 

^W, ^ 1^ I'han:^!^ . ^ ^Pkat, j|^^ fow fhdn, 

sweet pear, "^^ ^kan f hang, ' j^ foo t'han. 

tftl^nn U : a kind of ()ear, Pkrhlr, ^ i^an, ^ h'lh, 

?§^ wan puh ; a sour pear, ^ ^P ^ ffno Iwni shili, f9. 

ij^cha. l^/j^ ts'hoo slia, 5lf yny, '^^ 

Pearl, ^J^ cliin choo, • J^ woo feo, ^-^ t^ ohta lolh, 

i^^chin rhiion. ]^^ mei j ]^ meih ; wliir.', p*hhhis, JEJ 

kwri, J® Jjft kcnni^ kwvji, Z^ ]^ pih nrn ; ih^ p'th!)lr5S of a 

^lurih lun : every on*, hri^ht hroo'x, ^ kuii^^ ; a pebhl *. ij^ 

l«arN, H ^ 0^ :^ ko ko niuh. 

ming choo ; pearls 5^ ^ oho . Pj.c,: vKLn, W j^ ^ t^^ 
leTh. ^ suy, 3E^ }f^ choo t'ue, I khb e shMi wo S, 'f^ -^ :jli l?[' 
l^j^ pin choo; sced-poarls, i yfinjrc fan tsijy. 
^^ chin choo; the pmii : I^:ccai>ill(», -^J^ \^ seaon 
oyster, ^^^ pang choo. Uw '». 

Pearl-barlkv, ^X ^ *' i P' '-"Kij:, province of. ;t[^ 

hwuy hwuy m-^ ^ >;/^ 'P 




pth chih le.. 
rVpKCK, ^ Chan, 0^ cho, 



PEC 



P£D 



^ k«eo. ^ k^n, ^ choo. 

k h'6 ^ kan : o, peck miUeL 
^ ^ rho shoo : to p?ck corn, 
1^ JJ^ cho <> '}i : to pock a li?. 
tie food '^'^clian sh* .ihe 
noise of pecking, ^^ rliC: to 
peck out the eye-?, f^ f^ '^^^S^ 
yen ; fo fi^ck asTa bird, 
clian, ^ cbo, ^ khan, 
k'han. 

Peck, quarter of a bushel. 
^ tow ; a great deal, ^ ^ 
^^ to t:h lian. 

Pectln, BHIxJThyue 
keo. 

soo 



henng 











Pectin Ar, ^^ ^ 
tsce yang. 

Pectoral, 
le tcih. 

TopECtLATE, |< li ^ 

wjp fize chuanff kiine yi»», ^ 

:^ )^?T ^ih rsTh'talu 
k ho6 le yiii uzh : to embezzle 

public money, I9P ^ no A. 

PrtrrATOR of grain. ^^ 
Bzc lung twaii. 

Pecul. a liuiidred weicrbt 
^ tan^ Jgran. 

Peccliar, fX 8ze, Q ^j 
P>J fsze ke teTh ; belonging to 
individuals, -^ © ^ f^^ ko 
teze k6 teTh ; particular, jg^ ^ 
6^ 8ze kea telh. 

Peculiarly, particularly, 
4^ 4^ til 1 tlh. 




6{|yln 



hedn moitg sieu san^. 

7li ^ k- a ^-11 h^ seea sang, 

^ fs ^ ^ inang kwan 

sc€n san^. 

Pedant, m i heuen ?zc 
PrD\NTic. ^ J£ shoo 

kwaiiif: a (>.daot:c style, 5C 

^ l^ ^ enaou wan tseil 

tsz'^. ^ ^ t^ ^ inae lung 

k'hr w t5a^, 

PFn%NTRT, ^ostentatious) 

M il ^ m «'o^ Jo6 keang 

teaoii. 

tso seaou silng e. 

Peddling, trifling affair, ^ 

Pedestal, f^ che, ^ Q^ 
clioo kt^o, 4-£ "Ji ^ choo bea 
sli'b. ^ :^ shili ching, 
die, 1^ jjsg isoo seih. 

Pedestrtax, gj f^ 
poo bing chay, ^^^ tod 
binjj cliay. 

Pediculous, ^ ^ sang 

sTh, -^j^ "? y^w 8ih taz^, 

^M^ ml^ mwan shin sth 
tsze. 

Pedigree, J^ ]^ I^. Iclh, 
?f$ M lae lelh, ^ ^ kea 
tsuh, j|j^ |§ tsuh poo. 

Pediment, \ ^ j^ jtn 
(sze se^n. 





PEE 



939 



PEL 



PsntAB, H $ (a k hlfi- iSf Pkerle sp. Z^ It P'*''' P*- 
jl .bang leu,fTffi"''"g *''^"2 IS H^T "T It^**^ «» '';^ r>- 

PeDOBAPTIST, ^fe '/> ^ PEKVl^H.^i'h^'.^t^. 

(Iwv le le chay. e »h- noo, $5^ ^ U;:lh k«ei, 

Pkel, skin, ]^ ph& ; pome- . ^i^ hi 'u chin. 

panate peel, :Q tS ^ s^''^' Pkc. '.^C ^T >" ''' '"'^'- ^ 

Itwp'he ; the peel of Uic bam- hwny. ^, khe. "X ''"-• T^ 

boo, ^ I'hft, 'fir ^chuhpe: ,seue.i. i^ kten i§ tfl" « '>•* 

oranee peel, ^ 1^ kan p lie. foo. ^ ilh, 1^ ts", : th|^ PJ 

^^ chin p'lie ; do. used i'.i foj resting an oar on. i^ -'^ 

medicine, J^ ^ ff^ "^^ »°* loo tse. 

line; to pceL ^ che,^^'h'*»- Peg abis ^ ^ thSen mi. 
Ill ^ p.-» pile ; to peel off the. Vt.kisg. ife ^ plh kin?, 
skin,i /^ klieii phe, ^ ; /(^ p^ r^^ kew mun chlng; 
t'hcen, 1^ Jj^ fho p'c. f ij leo: ', P..!;ing fruit, 1^^ kins kwH : 
tlie skin peeling off, R^ man. the Peking eazette, ^ ^ 
S jl^ ^ P'''« i'h« l<- Ikingpaou.^"' 



kin? chaoii. 
To p F.KP, 1^ 1^ '<wei tan, \ Pe^of. tea, ^ ^ H^ laoa 
H JS 37.e kw. i ^3[ ^ kwei ,jeu„ ^ei, ^ ^ Plh ha6u. 
/"- ^ i§ >■" ''''■''' ^« '''"'"■ i Pn-iCAN. ^ ^» "»ng gn^, 




f^cl^n,'^ Chen J?. «:l' nJ ^({1 f^A ch6 go,^ ^ « ^o?,. 



IB been, ®5 h."en, )fj|^ chjn 
^ chwan:r. S6] heuon, "j^ 

slie. tJjfe ^li 'S'";!'^' «»«•», - 
|.., ^^ siie, ^jJi shih, B^ 

(SU1V-' tfijmei.^ min?, P1 
kail, BP kan, ^ '<w«'. 1^ 
kwei,P|| kwri, f^ ^iS P® ne, 
"ll sze, ^ t'ljaou, BH teeaou, 

Peer, an equal, P) ^^"^"6 
toy, )|^ f|S tung pwaii ; a no- 
bleman, % ^ ;i A yew 

t«e5 che jin. 



h/> 1^ Si chih vu. 

Pf.i.issk. fiir-drcss. K >S 
ivh.'-e ^^k'hini k'hcw. 

P.;i.i.FT, W JL '^" *'*"; 
a ppllct bow, ^t'han,^£cho, 

^^chin. 

Peimtory, ^1H ^"e •''"' 

1/C ^ 1^ *>« J^" ^'i^' ^ 
^ yay keiih, S )|lB g "^ 
ke tsabu ; wild do. ]^ ^ 
tung kaou. 

Pellicle, thin skin. ^ ^ 
p6 phSj over the flceh. ^ 



PEN 



940 



PEN 



chwan, ^ m5, ^^^ lian . ^^ ' to do penance, ^ ^ ^ Jf^l 
HfqIiieyS; the pellicle cover- , tsze kiia sli.Sw lunir ; penalty 
inij the fat, i^ nh. . imposed for ihc relief of a bur. 

FELLuCii>,'^^cliin tsino". dened conscience, |j^ ^ J^ 
?^ M B^ tsini? keen te, ^ ' ^ shrdi tsuy die fa, ^ |^' 
la ; transparent, ^ §3 ^ '*<^w 1 !i^ 32 -^ |)ob shah teili kun;r 
min^T. ] foo. 

Pklt, raw hide, St Rl ^^*V? Prnaxg, ^ ^ sin fow. 
p'hS ; to pelt, to throw stones Pk.vates, it f^ ^ 1511 
@^ kcThshlh, -f^Tl tih tho:^ le po) s^, i itfe f^^ 
shTh ; to pelt in fini, ^1^ t^ t'hoo l\ sli-'n, i i|!j ^ t'hib 
fei to ; do. in earnosr, 5^ j"^ t- ktin r, )^ ± how t'hob ; 
p'haon to ; the pohifir of rain. ''1^'**'« or sj>ri»'»s i:i the ground, 
5^;|lIlinU,^jg|Uuirl„n;r # v.nnr, ± |g t'hob tsing, 
^ ^ Ian man. jt '-^ t hoo kwa \ 

Pelvis, bones of. ^-j^kwan Penck, ^ ^ innj ts-cn. 
^ kwa, ]|P laon. ^^ krdi.»):'!?p V penctl for writing with, 
k'hea, t^. iraon, ^ pan/. |jv^, T-P^J^ f(| ^clmv ma>n,^ 
kwancr, ^ko; the p.Ivis o ''in '-^ ha-n, ^ ^ chwan«r 
a horse, ^ keaoii. '*^^'V%|^ n»a'ii ying, ]J 

Pkn, an instrument us -d for Tn -^^^^ ^o : one pencil, — 'ISp 
writing. 3i pelh ; mad' of a ^ yth die [x»Th, — • ^ :^ 
quill, p|| :^ ling peiii, |'^ •% ydi kw.in peth : to put the point 
^ ^ gno raacn kwan pe:h • of the p.jncil in the month, ^ 
th'^ pen of a ready wn'rer, ^ n§ [^^J^ ^»'^'>" ^ ^o wet the do- 
^ hwny haou ; p-n and ink, . i'^ !^ P^^ *»*'^""i 3^^ ^ puh 
^•^ han mth : to dip the l»^uh. ^ y^h, ^^hanjv.ih, 
pen in ink, -^ ^ hin p .ih. iH ^ t^caoTi otli ; to take up 

Pen, for cattle, ^ kenen, the pencil, $£35-^^ ^ 
j^ kcu. k'hh peth lail ; a pencil-stand, 

Peval law, 5fll ^'^'tn^fi, |i ff P^th shing ; pencilf 
8S5l\ l^^*^ kcaou, ^ litljl^uh ; ^^«iJ i"k, ^ ^ neth mth ; a 
le. , bamboo |)en.:il, f^ tuy. 

Penalty, ^ig vin f;i.Jf|]. ^""^S^^^'^^ ^ streamer, ^ 

^ hin? fa. Che, ip| tung, ^^ yin, <J^ 

Penaxce, 5Itj ^ \\\\\i fa J p'I^*^aou, ff^ nny ; pendants 



PEN 



911 



PEN 



for ilie ears, ^Ef. ^^ urh chuy ' 

Sshrh tail;;. 

PENDENT, j^ ^ lieuen 
ciro, "p ^ hea ch'luiy, f 
gheuen ciriiiiy.^ tow, 

80 slia; thii |>oadeut wiiiow, 
%^\t\v seu, ^ to; peii- 
deoloriiaiiiLiits attuched (o a 
Chinese ciowii, }jj^ lew, 





kw. jgjQ l,.;v ; pndv^nf cars. 



Ife4 ^»»''«"y till, ^9 lan, 




w 




Un; a i>eiidcnt cue, j^ i^ 
we I'lio : pendent hair or f«-«'i. 
thers, ^ se, f^ ee, ^ ^ 
ch'huy inaoii; |)endent bran- 
ches. i*= |^ clie 16, :^ t'caou, 
/ ^#kew,^ 

chhuy: p.iid III liowers, I^ 

>}v l«''Vn to ; pnidont fruits, 

V) |f>j liny liny. ^ 7|S! 

M '^■'oit mull cli'lui'y gliih. 

Pexdclum, Q 8$ ^-.im . 
is tszs niitig cUung yacti i 
Ihuy. 

Pexktrabt.k, Ifl^ chJ?, 3|[ 
^'■^ung: If # il& t'l.ow (il. 
'''^«. 1 f^ ii ^ fl. Wv 
t'Alsmkl.ou, ^^Xt«'=Mi 

•^'j"''. ^ ^^ 'ji twin ,11, 
'"'^o; susceptible of moral im- 
Pesaions, ^ ^ i[0 kcat'ii 

f ''"'"^'^ ^ 1# ih keacSu 
t*h hwi 




To PFNETBATE, J^ jjJX 

t'iiow chc, ^ S^ ^ thow 
tain kheii, 5^ i^l ^ i Ivnv 
kwo k'hcii ; to |)eneu-ate the 
bone*!, /^ ^ tsze kwuli. ^ 
^* t'iiow kwuh ; to penetruio 
the hills, 7^ ^| juh son; to 
penetrate to ih<- boitoui; pjp( 

f^ $i| ]g^ cliih iswan taou le ; 
to |Hiietrutc the mind, ^|^ g][^ 

U^ '^, ^^^^^ ^*^ '^''^ ^®^y J '^ 1^' 
!i<Mi.ao to one's marrow, ^j^ 

^ is,"r isuy ; to penetrate as 

waror, ^ tsO^, ;^ ^^ tsee 

h«"r ; (o |ienetraic intellectually, 

^'It's i^ ^ fhimg flia, 

5jj|[ H^ die miiig : to reach by 

thti intellect, ^ ^ nilng plh, 

Bq^ k han inin j: to penetrate 

by borin'/. f^^lswan t'ow; 

pfinetratiiig. ^ juy, |W! d^«« 

^chiuii:; p.:ii«-tration, |j|[ ^3 

tsuni,^ minjT, ^^ iiiV,' ^JWiiy 

Pkngi'in. :^^|«:h:; CTO- 

Ken trt che la'ui, -^ Jpj^ J2 
^ y;»w kine die chow, ;3fj^ J^ 
^ 1^ ^ ^ shwiiy lew we 
chow clio >-oo. 

ri-.MTKNCK. repentance. T^ 
^ .^aoii Itwuy, {^ ^ ;^ !|^ 
hwiiy tsuy dio. isr'W. 

Pkmtknt, j^^ IfP^ A 
hwiiy t?ny^'»ejin ; a |>onilcnt 
feelin^', |f^ Jl(^ hwiiy bin. 



PKN 942 



yaiii: wall, :h ^ V"'* *«"*«. ^'^^ine- -^ ® aIwu sk ^ 

itoim M-o. 5^i R SB ]j:^ ^'''*^ ^«^'': ^ S ^ S ^"^ ™"^ 
I'hoW , tlo. ul II bull, $fl joo , ; die bz-:. 



|». on fh'^o ; p.n( uj* fire ^*^ ^ 

,^^:s'h '/ ''**^^'** laou ; llic-^ ho, »J|^;!C t'-aru'^'^ ^5^ 

n»UKm« Um\ ^ 7 J *'***^* ^*^**"'| ^ci fliafl, ^?[. tS*:h. ^ WfJ. <$ 

j», nMulo U^\ inouihnjr K.ijrnpi?- yaoii. 

iin |UH- jlSf }^ (i*l^-i- %!l Pkntaciioiid, 5 S ^* 

olu^ i;u*u Pkntagox, 5 S JK ^» 




P,.\Mxv ^KxhvO f|"-:^kcn ke6hing. 
)\'\U. ^- \\^ "^l* »» '•'Ax |HMU , Pkntameter, 3E 
nmi»T.ln,v ^^^uu\ (\l ^] ken woh yen elie. 
clinnii. Pkntaplktes, Pbcenkia, 

P>. NN^NT* fii^ » *'» V ^'p tf^ ^ woo she hwa. 

Pi SN \ TK. ^\ ^ >;U»> \^h. PlMATEUCII.^^^W 

Pi:.\sY, ^ *'*-«. JH 5\^ ^i: nu) sc chc WOO kiiiff. 

XuUii iJkvn. Pi NrrcosTjS'Pj |Q)wob 

Pknnm.kss, f^ phi ^f\!^ '**'^'" **'^*»^- 

twan It^-, ^ £j^^^''^^ iSiVM PtNTiiorsK, ^ ^ loo 

Pknnv-uo\u.. ^ t^^ ^ *^'»*VV. Il: Is? ^ "li WOO pclh, 

h;an- hwa t^a.^ ^^ ^\§; |{| ft,/) |]^t |>:m n liea, f S -^ pftn 

shih |ir> h;). shav, fcX* chan^^, J^t kew, ^ 

Pkvsii.k,|[|^. 3§h.Mi<'h i-Im-S, liin- I\'V] rhan, Ipifi ; a peat. 

M ^ l^euen chiiy, f^ J^* ^ hi>ust^ ,uvr n door, ]p |^ ho5 

3C ^vaiig hca chiiy hi\ toih, f^ loTli. 

Pknsiov. cohforrod hy the PKMMnHA, ^ j|^ pwan 

Einprrop^'^hwancrshaiiu'; yi";'. 

1*1 ^T'^ ^ I>ension, ^ ^ ^ Pi-NriMorf.,»|g^^seih tsag, 

:59 A f"» tsze selh yu jiii. ^ fj| liu goih, '^ g: keen 

PKNS^0NARY,^j|^•^*5^ hi). 

ling hwang Bhang chay. Penuuy, ^ ^ pin keftng. 



PEP 



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PewYA, ^ H teeaou kd. 

Pbohv, (small) ^1$. j6 
tabu. 

The 'people, ^ mln, "Q* 
ft plh ©injr, 5 "J" niUi ting 

XRcbing min, ^^J JC y««n 
yota ; (he comrnon people, ^ 
{^ l^ing rain, /|\ ^ eeabu 
mHi; people as distinguished 
from oflkers, ^ ^ pth e^ ^ 
jP|[po6 e ; the afiections of the 

P»pl«, 5 ^^ "^^" *^" : people, 
Ifrtfk^nshbw, ^l^je 

mln,|g5l|-W Bhbw,i?C 
K jru^n ; simple people, iJJ 

people of the world, A S tt 
JL jin tsae slii shang, "(fl; y^ 
8W jin. 

Pepper, ifl jte hoA tseaou, 
jRI^ ho6 tseaou, ^ tang, 

^5c ^^^^ y"» ^^ tseaon ; 
long pepper, ^ ^ pcth p5 ; a 
kind of pepper, ^ ^ ked Id, 
H ^ sow k'hew, ^ ^ 
aha sih ; a large pepper tree, 
hwuy ; wild pepper, ^^\ 
^ man hing tsz^ ; peppered 
wine, f^ )@ tseaou ts^w. 
PxppERMivT, ^ ^ po h6) 




IJIf^pS hd, ^ ^ pw& hd. 

W Sf P» h*. Igr ^ P'l^ 
kea6. 

Pkpperwoxt, JK^I^ tsze 
^fS} Sll& Q[ ^^ ^ tsabu. 




Per ADVENTURE, ^ flf hw6 

chiy,flJCJ^an/]|l|Ihan,^^ 
j5 chay. 

To PERAMBULATE, jjg |^ 

sean hing, )g 7^ chow lew, 
^ ^ peen hincr, J^|^ pe^n 
sgen, ^ seun, ^ se&n ; to 
perambulate, ^ ^ hwa n che, 
lH hwan jabu, jg 16, ^1 
^^^ peg seTh, jj tsaou ; a per- 
ambulating officer, ^ ^ yew 
keaou, ^ wd ; to perambulate 
and inspect, J^ ^ seQn shbw. 
To !>er(m:tve, ^(J ^ che 
k^A^^chemUig,!! ke6, 
^# lehwuy,lfSwo6, gfc 
^^ shih jin ; to perceive tho- 
roughly, igll^tdw ch«, ^ 
tung, Strung, »^^ wod 
t'hung, ^ ching ; to see, f^j^ 
she I do. clearly, ||g ^ tsiing 
ming; that which is perceivod 
by the eyes and ears, ^ ^ 

>^ S)f tl "f** "i^^ che sb 
too ; to perceive by the ear, 1^ 

^ urh wan i do. by the nose, 

Ipjt m P^^'^ ^^" > ^^ perceive 
one's meaning, Bfl ^ ^ jg 
ming ch$ k& 6. 

Perch, ^ se, j^pe, jgg tse. 

Perch, a kind of fish, ^ 
foo, ^^ hoo, §^ woo, fi^ man, 
p) 18^ pth loo ; a kind of perch, 
^yaou,S||^keu8koo,|i 
§t keu6 chow, gjH fei, ^ gfj" 
tselb foo, ^ §^ ts«ih foo. 



W 



PER 



Pehohance, ^5 ^f hwfi 

k'bang p'lia. 

To PERCOLATE, fl^ leiS. 

■Sang kelb che sl)^. 

pai waiig che ahe, $^ ^ ^ 
^ shih 13 che ma6u, ^jj J^ 
^ |]g chin lun che Uae ; fi.;r- 
nal perdition, ^ ^ yiing 
k'bob. 

To PEHHGRINATE, ^ ff 

yfiwlilng, iS^ yufea hing, 
21^ PJ S ^ lew taou yuen 

Peregrination, ^ ^ 
^ yiicn hing che sze, S 
^ ^ gadu y6w che ezi. 

Peremptorily, — "^ 
ylh ting lolh, ^ ;::^ 
shabu pQh illi telh. 

Perkmptohv, express, ;|^ 
^ «h tlh ; pOBitive, — ^ ^ 
ylh t(ng yaou ; peremptory 
commandB, ^ -^ hj, nn'og 

Perennial, jg^3;^ 
•^•lowneen pflh teaan, 3^ |Jf} 
- ^\ W''a° "'■h pi5h teadu ; a- 
ble to iurvivo the winter, ^ 
^^F-^Cfcwo lib lung t'heen- 
perpetual, W^Ml ch'hang 
ch'bangtelh.'grSg^cb'ang 
ytiintelL.tIg3^^haDgkfew 
Wh, :|^^gijpa!,(^^nteTh; 
perennial planU, ^ ch'how, 



!^^ :^ch'how keu, ;f: :^ 

I miih piin. 

! To PERFECT, a matter,)^ 
j ^ chlDg sze, Jj^ X chtDg 
kung ; to perfect a work, J^ 
Inching kung. 
1 Perfect, ^ cblng, ^ )^ 
i yuhcliing, JjJJj^gchlngtscufiD, 
I pi ^ chow tseucn,5^ ying, 
. I_^ hwan, ~f~ ^ shlb tfleiien, 
i ^ ^ wan iseucn, ^ ^1]^ 
I laog ching ; a perfect TJctim, 
! ^ ^ .UetiSn wfih ; per- 
I feet comprehension, ^ yf^ 
j yuSn kc6, {Q @ yuSn woo ; 
I a perfect mnn, ^ ^ ching 

I tstuen jlii, ^ \ chin jln, ^ 
I A chins jin ; to become per- 
fect in, ^ 1^ tan^ ebub, ^ 
jg^ eeih &hiib, ^ J^ chlh 
cblng, ^ lelh ; to be perfect 
in a lesson, ^ ^ L'bah shub, 
PiRFECTLT, T ^ •hlfa 
fun ; perfectly sincere, j^ |9{ 
keJ< ching ; perfectly complete, 
•f j£. slilh tsiib. 

Pebpection, ^ chan ; per- 
fection of knowledge, ££ ^ 
ch£ che, ^ sbi'ng, ^ ching ; 
to biing to perfection, ^ ffl^ 
yuhchtng; perfection (accord- 
ing to Buddbist8,)j£-^ ch{ng 
kwb ; do. according to the 
Taouists, ff^ jg ching taou. 
PttFiDious, ^ ^ ^ahlh 



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ii'a lelh, ^ g W Pef •]» telh, 
;^ JjJ pah cbong.i^ If pau 

> PuiFIDT.^f 9I >^ $( P^' 

<tlie tze, llf /d^ ^ k'hwei 

•»«<, S JL /O 6^ ^ 

m&h l^ng sin teth Bzi. 
To PERFORATE, ^ tsecn, 
8t 3. tswan t'hung, $^ BR 
tswan yen, ^ cbaen, ^i] 
• p'eaou, )|) ch'huen, "^ kwan, 
9tah,^wa,^chu^n ; per- 
Hnled with holes, ^ ^k'ung 



choo, jff at y^'* ^••^S I musi- 
cai:do.^^y6jin. 

Performance, Q ^ hlng 
BZ<, ff 35^ hing>ung. 

To perfume^ fumigate, 
^ heun che, j^ heuD, ]pjr 
choo, jJK hin ; toperfume with 
fragrant h^rbsjv Ig hin lob. 

Perfume, ^p heang ;do. for 
the clothes, ^S^ ^^ e heang ; 
materials for do. ^ j^ heang 
l^ou^ perfume-case, ^ ^ 
'C! w chwang lieancr che 



drajn ; a perforation, ^ low. k'he ; a perfume bag, ^ j^ 
To PERFORM, fy hing, ^ yflng hew ; strong perfume, 

yen ;tt) perform plays, ^ j^ Perfumer, ^ ^ if^ ^ 

y^n he ; to perform worship, ^ naai heang leaou chay. 

§ hlng heang \ to perform | P«bfumery, ^ yflng, ^ 

obeisance. Up ^ k'how th6w ; I ^ heang wuh ; to carry about 

to perform a ceremony, f^ {^ j perfumery, "^ ^ ^ pei 

'»«? '^, jffi S 8he 1^ ; to per. j YI^^S hew. 

form the offices of nature, ^ t.To perfuse, ^ ?fC sa 

Pein ; principal do, :;^ ^ ta ^hwiiy, Jg ^fC sa shwiiy. 

pScn; secondary, >]> ^ seabu < P*Rgularica odoratissima, 

pecn ; to perform funeral rites, j K ^ W Y^Y 'an heang, ^ 

^ pin, f^ ^ hing'sang ; to • 2^ ^ yay lae licang. 



perform secret acta of virtue, 
^ f^ ^ sew yin kung ; to 
perform masf^. for souls in pur- 
gatory, fSWtM^^ chac 
chaou to6 : do among the Bud- 
dhists, ^ |g ta tseaou ; to 
perform fully one's duties, ^ 

fh ^ ^^^ P^^ ^^'^* 
A PERFORMER, fp^ J^ keen 



Pf^RHAPs^^^ hw8 chay, 
79 i«, ^ W J5 chay, H — 
wan^h, ^ tseay, 'j^ t'hang, 
^ Slshoo ki, ^ 'Jt we 
peth, tf\ han, ^ ban, j^ helh, 
f& lf& kliung p'lm. 

Pkricardium, 4J|£i 'g^ sin 
paou, ^ 4li ^ paou sin e, 
^ i^ pa<>u 15. 



I 



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Pericuxous, ^ ^ heen 

Pkr.gee, H M 4^ HL 
^ ^ j^h iy"^ *^«« ^ che she. 

Perihelion, ^ J^ ^ ^ 
J21 ^ sine flhi n kfn jih che sh^ . 

Peril, 1^ ^ heen liae, 

ISlhUhn wei, ^ ^ Z 
wei he^n cbe tse : to be expos- 
ed to peril, y ]^ inaou been. 
Perilous, ^J keth, jS keih, 
^]^wet been, SK^ Ho 




Pkbipvert, J^ ^ chow 
taou. 

Periphrase,^ ^ H ft 
ch'buy Ic'hac kein? iun. 

To PERI8H, jji; jIJ cbm 
Iun, -f: -^ wan^ milh, "£ ^ 
Wang ko6, |§[;^pae bwae, 
yin,|jjsha, jp teen, |^ 
teen me^. ^ ^ pe ming ; 
perishing of hunger, ^ ^ 
gn6 peaou, ^j^gno slia ; 
to^ perish for ever, ^ ^ ^ 

Idtaouyiingk'hob. 
Perishable, "Bf J^ E 





p'ha tlh le ba^. . ^j 

A PERIOD, S^ tsee, |S k^, ; j 2^ '^''^^^ ^ang mfih, 
the period of life, i ^ J^ RJt ^ ^^"5 ^ P*^ •^wai. 
1^ sang hw6 che tse ; to put Periwig, ^ fuh, "^ kSen, 



a period to life, ^^ mee 
mmg ; to put a period to any 
^hing, ^ T — ^W^ wan 
leabu ylh ke^n uzi : a period 



^ ^ kea ke. 

Periwinkle, ^j^hae U. 

To perjvrr, ^ ^ pef 
she. M ^ woe ching, 3(C ^ 





of time, -^ ling, ^^ ^^A^P^%^^^ P^" shw6 
l»'"gi H w y"^ ^'"o ) ^^- ^'^'i hwang^ e she ti'ng cbe; 'to lake 
15 days, |p >^ tseS ling ; a 
period of 12 years, j2 ke ; the 
period of a month, ^ ^ ke 
yue ; a period of plenty, ^ "pj 
shing sh^ ; the |)eriod of writing 
exercises, |^ ^ kb ke. 

Period, (sentence,) vj keu ; 
a period (full stop,)^ keuen ; 
a period in a book, ^^ %^ shoo 
tse^ ; periods and sentences,^ 
|][ keu t'how. 

Pjbriodical, — • ^ — ' ^ 
^T 6^ y^h »h6 y ih shft yew teih 




a faUe oath, ^ ^ wano: she » 
j^^ fakeashe,^^ 
@ k'h^ fa heu sb^. 

PfiBMANKNT, ^ '^ chu»^ 
■._ jt»^ •••* •"• — - 

kob, t@. fl? hang ch'hanff, 

:fCKy""g ghkafe, ^_ 
ch'hang y uen, 'jg T^hang k^w. 
Permeable, Sjf^ che, 

ki«^g, ^ ^1 S^ t'how, ^ 
t'hung, ^^g t'hung ta^ 
t'huy, l^ ^ t'hung t'hdw ; 
permeable to the air, ^j^9§ 
t'how k'he teih ; not permea- 




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Ma (o the air, ^ xf^ ^ 
k'he pdb wm t'faow. 

To PXRMBATBi^ |^ t'faung 

diang. 

Pesmission, to obtain, ^ 
JH lib ebuD ; to grant permis- 
*^> SClK^ fang ts&ng ; OTery 
thing according to the permis- 
lion of Heaven, |l| $ ^ ^ 
w&ntijylwt'been. 




I ch!h ; perpendicular line, 
1^ chuy s«n, g| |g[ tuy 
seen ; to let fall do. f^ — * f^ 
^ ts5 ylh chuy 8§en ; to raise 
a perpendicular, ^ftl — * ^ |^ 
lelh yih chuy se^n ; a perpen- 
dicular descent, | kwan, J^ 
n^ jS shang hea t'bung. 

To PERPETRATE, ^ hlnfir, 

ff Jl; hmg we}, f^ ts6, f^ 



ToPBRMiT.H^^hehy&n, ^ isd cbhig, J^ j^ ching 
Jiffy^ heu, J^^ enan j t9«w, 1^ ff kab. bliig ; to per- 
«'»»'». ;t ^ yao Chun, iHf- |»«ratean offence, ^ IP fao 
than yft'; permit him to retire, l8"y. ^ iT «^ang h!ag. 



^ ft ii: ^ ch&n t'ba t'biSy 
h6w ; permit nie to speak again, 

sfawd ; to permit one to stay, 

Pf-rmit, pasport, ^ pae, ^0l[| 
IP chaou pad, ^ ^ chaou 
p'beaou, ^f^tseen ; a permit 
office, ^ ]^ tan fiin^. 

PsRMUTATioN, ^ kc ; the 
permutations of nature, ^ ^ 
1^ ^ fd k'he yiin che peen 
hwa. 

Pernictous, ^If ^5 yew 
y^^f^'^lihai,^^ shin 

pbboratwn, iR Iffif lift ;fc 

tsong 6rb Idn che. 

Pbrfindicitlar, ^ Jl 
l£ "F y^^ shang cMb hea » 
staodiog upright |f{ |§[ shoo 



Perpetrator, fj ^ hing 
chay ; do. of a crime, ^^ ^ 
fan chay. 

^^^"TUAL, g ^ hang 
^^^ m Ai Chang kfew, :g 

cfaang, ^ ;g mg^n chang, ^ 
^ jxingr chang ; perpetual re- 
pose, ^^ kin^ ning ; unbro- 
ken, ^ ^ ^ piih keen 
twan ; perpetually in beincr, 
^ :^ Chang tsae. ^ ^ 
yiing tsae. 

To PERPETUATE, ^j^ |9 

tsun lew. 

Perpetuity, ^tB^& 
^f^ chang tsai pub seih 

chesli6, ^^fl??? yung 
yuin ch'hang tsun. 

To perplex, is ke£, ^ 
nil hwan Iwan, g^ Sh jabu 
Iwan ; perplexed, BB » chow 



^^&. w fia . pefTwtX'fC i:: Dke : to psniu in domg ^ 

ksf ts&=- S dil':^. is £ u oonticiDe long, j^ j^ nA 
Hi PP a:'a '."biT ^gaaf LJn. k«T; u pmisi in error, ^ 

PtKiTiiTTES ;' --S«, ^ ^^^^chihmepQh woo. 
jl hvia nj.'^ Pkk3 ^x, ^ shin, ^ wei ; 

PimKATiT. >^ IC W * P=««>. — lis A ylh W 
KaiM jlaf £0; lA & hvin ^a : ooe pn-scm, — ' ^ yiEt 
kl^ »"^i*. — ^ Tib wef ; thi* 

P=«'^^»*a, MWk^ ^M»mTfrHnd,^fl;;g 
chvaaig li ue^L A m ^ ^^i^y ^^ «b£ god 

To pKKSECTTa. JgS^'-^^T ?■**# r**" : i** become surety 
k»*?- W^wl^ft^ 'I'l^-l'!!'' properly, ^ 
IK h poo. }g > ri g A ^ ^ S ^ « *I»" k«a wel 
lOn P-*! rl-i ^ § V ="o P^"^ : i:.^ibCT person, ^j ^ 

nan jta, ftt ^ ^ A t* P** J"* ■ I*™""^. A H i"> 
k'hooTujln, ^^ A ktM sTJo'^ln-injiieraoiw, ^ p 
ba£ jtn, ^ ^ \ r iia ha; **"? ^ho*" ; one's own p^noo, 
jln: persecution, ^ H :2l ^ M ^""^ ■ »» »«ke care of one's 
k'hob nan cbe aze, |^ 1^ A P'*^^"^"- Sl ^ k'° ^hin ; in 
;^ ^ mi nan j;n cti* szs : l> P^r^oa, ^ ^ uliin shin. 
suffer persecution for ih ■ Personal property, ^p f^ 
sake of principle, S ^ ffQ ^ **>^ i personal ezerttona 
S ^.»e( ta^u arh ah-iw has. "« profitable, $§ fr ^ ^ 

Perseveravce, "EI ™'" ' '""'8 '•'"g sin iih ; personal 
peraererance in riitue, @ i cxplanaiioo. ^^ nieeo shiD; 
^ M 15^ wel shin cbe apcKOualaflair, ^j^j^-f^ip 
cbung, @ O ^ ^ ^'^S P"° °'*'° ^'h B2^ ; personal 
sin wet shen. ; iwactice, ]|^ jjj knng hing; 

TopE«Eve«E,g /G> M,P^"°°*'''»'«'*^'ew.^.^woA 
jH>l»ang sin che cbung, /(Ji'keen; to cultivate personal 
M ^ J^ >in keen kimgUirtue, ^^ sew shin; per. 



cfitng, JCVjM -jj^ -J Bi„ gj, 
pttblcobu, j|f^ti(na^f&n. 
, P>RiiMK0M,)^|||8hj kwn 
To PsKsisT, S i^ iiing 



•oniilly present, ;^ :^ ^ pin 
■hill tta< ; to go personallf, 
WL S Whinlfhcii. 

TO^PBRSOWATB, ^^ ta< 



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fhin; to personage the aove- 
hlog 8z6 ; to counterfeit, f^ ^ 

il K y^°s ^** ^** J*°- 

PiRspicAciocs, ^ ch^,^ 

liDg hwuy, ^ ^ jiiy cbe, 

_ Ij linir le, a^ fliun? 

Ilia, 13 5H tsiing niing, 5^ 

PcRSpicACiTY, ^5 heoen. 
f t h^dy Che, ^ 0^ 
tscaog nilng. 

PEESpicuors, ^ ^ fuu 
n^^^gj ^ OT f"" heaou, ^^ 
leaou, Jq Mf n\\ng cli5, JP5 
P"?* wL^ ™" hwoy, j|nj 
^ luntj tung, 5§ §^ t'buiig 

liMQ j$ji ; perspicuous style, 
A i ^ J^ wan le t'bow 

PKBSriRATlOX, ^ hail > 

profuse do. f^^ ^ neen jeii, 
l^sow, ^cli'blh; the per- 
ipiration of the face, ^ me, 

7f © liau roecn, Jf irfE^ 
^ ban lew mwaB meen. 
To pERSPiBE, m yp ch'hiih 

ban, §i^& «»in. M 7F 
lew bin, ^^ see. 
To PERSUADE, 1^ keuin, 
heiin, ^inefcn,|^shwuy, 
^. yang,ll8ow,3g|^cbay 
ahwuy, ^ fl^ k'beu^n keai ; 
to persuade kindly , j|}^]P| yuen 
k%eu^n ; to persuade and con- 




vince, ^ {{2 k'beuen hwi ; to 
persuade and induce. wf9r 
k'beuin taou ; persuasion, ^ 
chen, IQ] J^ ^ ^S k'beuen 

jin cbe yen, Wlf&^M 
k'beuen fiib cbe yn. 

Prrscasivs eloquence, J^ 
^^t'beenbwa tuy. 

Pert, saucy, ^ |^ kin? 
tBtiy. il ^J P6 la 5 lively, il 
tfe: khing k'hw^ 

To PERTAIN, 51 8huh. j^ 

wei, 19 JS kwanshub, -f^ 
y^ kail she; it does not per. 
lain to me, ^ ^ ^ ^ jA 
^nb woo kan. 

Pertinacious, @ ^ ko6 
chlh, J£^ kang chlh, ^^ 
cbih gaou : peniiiacioujly stu- 

puh woo; adhesive, gP $fi 
keaou leen : pertinaciously at. 
tachcd to one's own opinion, 
a ^ El ^ koo chlh \A 
keen. 

Pertinent, :jfl |B ^^^^ 
kwan, :|:^ ^ seang kan, ^ 
^ seang b^. 

Pertly, impudently, 

^ wod li. 

To PERTURB, ^j^fjQ bwan 
Iwan, 'j^m^nabulwan. 

Perturbation, |p « 

chang hwang, ^^ fH tse 

chaug ; do. of mind, Ij^ baou^ 

1 '1^ ke, JHf 1^ kwao Iwan, 





i& tiE lob maog ; diaturbann, 

Sll, ;2l ft '•"*° •»*" 

PERTcaBED, S P- hw&oe 

^ jadu bwo, fE tS bwaog 
h»6h. tt IS '"W '■"ab, 
^gftbwihUin^-TIJt 
k>an kwm, 8 IB "i"? 
hmv, flt m*^ ■»«■ ^ S 

chJ chf, SS Bh, 5i k..n, 

To PKRTADX, S ^ lUDg 

a, gcbing. g i£ t'h^ 
tliun;. ^ ^ auy bing, W 

rhun* ch'bang', to pervBde 
from first to hBt,|ft K it 
f^ che cbe ch2 chong; to per- 
rad« entirelT, ^ gtj chow 
t^ Ifi ^ t'hung cbong, 
^ diaiie ch*biin( ; to pervade 
tvtry place, ^ 3^ chow is5, 

liSi^chowiAw.i^bSB, ig 

•^"^K Si PS" !^ seuen, 3 
tfti>u J9£^hoo; perrading, ]Q[ 
^Hv M^ l<o^ ; |wrradia( influ- 

Tkrvkhsik, is kwef, ^ 
I'ttMt'ii "ft An, /JflC riiefloii 



« PER 

hw kw.4 Kg to, gs, 
■ttk'h«, iig.ng, ftjffi 
I gwm mao ; perverse conduce, 
'#|(f hwioghlng, ^^^ 
pwin hwan, 9 d^ bib cha, 
PK9cMigou, ^ h<;„„^ 

SS''*". was bwaog nylh, 
^5i twai cbang, ^ d^^ 
WPf"'.*a'"b Kiop. 

p""^. l¥ pei, fle (Bf k«..< 

Pl»=«', '^pelh, ^ l,i,7J 
jij; t'beaou k'baog, ^ tanf, 
^ ^ S iti '^ k«a< woo 
vel gaou pab ; a pervane cbiid, 
PS "^ S*°" task : obstiaata, 
HlI'glMgpelh,e«gaog 
bcane, "Ig bwo, ^ © Ibng 

'<> 3t;K !:< ^. m ft."": 

liiog,l§^filb,gfKb,Jpjg5 
fab ii, ^ keaou, ^ y«o«, 
If yilh,®.hin,SS|prfb,^ 
J^ pang nr.g, |J '^ wai hib, 
^ kaou, ll^ klieu ; perreise 
languaga, D^ klnra, Dp^ 
cba jay, |g ifj^ hwa bwim 

fli hiray hwa, g lay, p 
bwangnyTh, fflaze, ^ 
k'bJen, gjjijk'bffi k'bang, 
ft M keaou M, j^;^ kew 

la, ^jueu ; a perretsa dream, 

f^t H-oo miing ; wrong, 
^ keaou I«, jl^<^cbuin 

^ k,>o, ^ paou, ^ wei, H o. 
To PEEVXRT the lawa,^ 



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j^ kwei pt ; to pervert right ' pestle nn^ mortar, l^^r '^'^^ 
iBd wrong, ^ HL ;& ^ j ^l^^o, jff chob k'biw, ^ 
ubalwin she fei; to pervert ! TJ^ chunijf ciiob ; the blood 
the correct laws of the empire, j flowed suffirient fo float a pee- 
ft^ 1^ IE ift wei t'h.1en | tlo, M. ^ '^ ^ heiig 1ft w 



kaching ft ; to inUiead, 51 
yin yew; perverted vision, 
yaou ; perverted speech, 
Jche ; perverted talent, jj* 
IgtMlpcen,^ yuen ; perver- 
ted, {|(fP kwa seay, llpg wan?. 
Pervious, ^ cli5 





fow chob. 

Pkstle, iron, ^ chliiii, 
^ t'hee chuy ; a f)e8tie 
made of porcelain, ^ ^ job 
chny ; stone pestle and mortar, 
'BH ^ ^^^y k'hew ; a pestle 
j for ponndinc rice, ^ ts'haou, 



t'hung,^ch'bang, ^ch'ang, j |[£ch'heQ, \^ te. 

kwtth,^ t'hae, ^ king, j Pet, a slight passion, ^ 
„ lung. ^ I Ife^ k'hwae p heTh, ]/}% Jg 

Peruke,^ fuh, ^p^, ^ seaou noo ; a fondling, ^ ^ 
**°»li^ p'hee. ( ^ -^ pabu |)ei flrh isze ; to 

To PEKUSB, 13 ^ t*h^» be m a jx^t, \^ p'how, f'^ che. 



«boo, 



Jii> 




neen si 



_ hoo, >j|f^ PiSTALof a flower, ^ ^ 

k'han shoo, |l ^ ^^" ®**^*^' ' ^^^ P^n.^peen^jfi^Tl^hwa 
^^yiihkeuen. 'to, ^| hwang, ^ ^ hwa 

Peruvian bark, ^ |i|^ Iny. 
kin ke iTh. Prtechk«. red spots in fe- 

Pkst, ii[ IS wan yih, ^ ver, ^ ^ chin tszfe, J^ g|{ 
|Binngwan,^^wanUeih, l^hung pwan tsze, ^ ^ 
y!h ching. ; 1^" ^^'J" i }^ have such break- 




Pjsstiferous influence, ^ j ings out, g| ^fe ^ 1 an. 
^ tub k'he, ^ j^gb k4ie, ! Pktit, small, ^ /}> se 

!l@ ^ ^ ye*^ <^^;^g J^^*^ 

Pestilencri ^ le, ^^ 



seaou. 
Petition. 



wan yih, ^ ^^ wan yib, ^L 
cha, ^ cha, ^ hae. 
Pestilential vapour. 




chin tsz^ 



Ip^ pin t'hec ; ^^ t'heS ;do! 
from an inferior, |[Q p'he ; a 
supplication or petition, ^ f^ 



1}: Chang mob, ^ ^ yih ^ ^ Sl ga« *«^^^'^ '''^^-i 

Vh<, ^ le. To PETITION, H If 

PEBTUmt^ ^'^^^' Hche; ye, ^ ill P»*i t»'ing, 

X 




PET *52 PEW 

piD k'hcw ; lo petiiioa for fur- PKTTi8UNE88,>)^^8eabu 

petition all ihc supjrior oB&cers- Pettitoks, ^ ^ choo 

I& ^ Jl lil ^'^^^^ P*" *^^^"" l^ ; ^« small feet of Chinese 

sze. to petition verbally, PP women, /]% ^ seabu ke5. 

||[' kow ptn 5 to petition Petty, ^ ha6u, /]> seabu, 

against, ^ -^ khung kaou^ i^ ^ 3?, ^.5. ^ we, ]^ se5, 



Petitioner, ^ ^ <1 A ^ g^e, ^K ^ Hawaii wci, 3^ 
pm k'hew cbe jtn. ^Jq hnoti mo, ^ saoii, =Sf hd, 



Petrifaction, S^^hih ^ jg keii ken, ^ meaou, 

tsai, Tic S^ 'fi "'^^^ P^"" ^ B'^^- ^ ^5- "^ ia ''O S'^ ; 

wci sblh. «** ^ -x- J**^^ ^i-^*i5^e, ^ j{/f^ bo heac, 

To PETRIFY, § S ^ I ^ jl^ seabu been ; a petty af- 

pein wel ebib ; petrified crabs, , f^j^^ ^ 7^ ^ haou m5 sze^ 

:5 g sbtb l^«^±^^ . . ; ^ ^bo yang, ^Mi iR pe 

Petroleum^ ^ |g ^n sblh ' ^^^^ |^ ^ se sze : petty cal- 

nabu yfew, H l6^^M^^- jculaUon, ^J-^ ^ ffc s^^ou 

Petrous, 75 ^ ^ ^^^^ kea soo ; petty resentment, 

te cb'bo6, ^ ^ ^ yew • ;J^ ^ geabu yuen ; petty 

••"^ ^* .^ » '''"'^' ^ M fe *^/^ ^ 

Pettjcoat, ^ cliang, ^ g^ i-q^j; ; petty courage, ^^ ^ 

keun, ^ keun. ^ kc<*n, f^ g^^-^„ yjng j petty and vulgar^ 
t'bung ; do. worn by foreigners, ^ j^ j^-^„ j^^ j petty consi- 
jljScbun^,||^sha, ljl|| kwan, deration, ^ffl SiCs« ko6 ; petty 
Wipe, ||^^tsunc,i^ P scheme,;^ flBfil T^ sb s^ 
e ebang, ^ |^ cb6 tan, ^ j^^ k'hcabu ; petty resentment, 
|^kcunt8ae,ff tsaou,f||pe:j^/j^ ^ M ^^ ^''''^^' ^" 
an under pjtticoat, *^ ^ ■ no6. 

chungkeun, l)»||^wecbfin.jr; Petulant, *fi^ ^ l^ »?>» 
embroidered pettiooat, |^ jw ' •JH W^ *d sb, i^ i^ fan so, 
saw keun ; the plaits of a petti- ; 4ffi ]|^ SB JiS^ ^^^ ^^^ ^^^ 
coat, ^ keen, ^ ^ peth j no6. 
tseib, ^ chc, 1^ keen. ■ Petukts e, ^ ^^ ^ pHi 

Pettifogger, ^ tS piih tszb. 
kwangkwan. ^ Pfiw, |g^^;2l ^ft 

PzTTi SH, ^ ^ e noo. J ife pae tang cbe (so wcf. 



¥Hi 



•33 



PHE 



Pbwtss, ^ ^ selh 
la, ^ UK p^ la ; a pewter 
pUlter, ^ kwei. 

Pbwtkrer, ^ B£ setb 
tfleiog. 

Pkziza, (species of) j^ 
jueB, ^l^l^mrih urh, ffj^urh. 

Phaeton, ^ ^ ^ sze 
Ian chay. 

Phalgen^ atlas, female, ^^^^ 
ft ^ ^ 1^ f^^ te^ n^ob ; do. 

«»a'«. 4 ')? 5^ & Id fdw 

tee kuog. 

Phalanx, ^ ^ pth hang ; 
in rank and file, like a phalanx, 
^ fX hang hang ; a battalion, 
^ g^pine ylng, & ^ ping 
tuy I ^ 1^ k^n chin. 

Phahtom, j^^ yaou k'hi^, 
J55 ^ yaou t«i(ig, ^ 'g 
yaou kwae, )^ J^ mang 
leang. 

Phantasm, jg ^ kea 



ses^nsr 





kwac seang, /J 
m6 c che ying 



eeang. 



Pharisaic VL, ^ ^ tsze 
hcto, li ^ Q iJl tsz^ 
k'haou kekung. 

Pharisee, ^ fS A l*^ 
Buh jln, ^ ^^ \ Bew hang 

Jin, ^'j {^ pee suh. 
Pharmaceutics, ^^ 
^2 ching yo che heo, J^ 
;^ ^ che yo che fa. 

PUARMACOPCEIA, ^ P||[ 






y6 p'hob, ^ 1^ fang p'hob, 
>fC ip[ pun tsaou. 

Pharmacy, ^ ^H ^ j^ 
Idng y6 che fa ; the occupation 
of an apothecary, ||| ^ ^ 
jI^ yd poo sang i. 

Phase, ^ ^ seang yang. 

Pheasant, |ij ||| san ke, 

1^ il yay ke, |S ^^ che 

iieabu, M ch6, 5S bea teih, 

^ ^ Iveaou che ; the argus 

; pheasant, ^ ^ Iwan ke ; 

j the gold pheasant, ,||^ ^seun 

I e, fl ^han che,|| S kin 

1 ke ; a white pheasant, ^ ^ 

puh yuh, ^ ^ teaon che, ^ 

^ pfih been ; a hird like a 

pheasant, §^ .1^ to neaou ; a 

fat pheasant, 6K "CT ban yin ; 

golden pheasant, ^ |§(, kin 

fung ; a long pheasant's feather, 

worn by executioners, ^|| ^ 

^ che ke wei ; a pheasant's 

tail, for ornament, /j ^^ fang 

heth ; a green pheasant, 37J $h 

ta ban ; a variegated do. 

peacock pheasant, ^ 

kin tseen ke j medallion do. 

§§ neili ; a species of plieasant, 

' ]^l 11 y"«" ts^«» ^ Sl'^ wang 
i Chang, f^ ^ koun ke, ^^ 

I ming ; Tartar do ^ |[qche ke. 

• Phcenix, |^]S[ funs hwang, 
J|[ ^ fung Iwan, -^ife,! 
chang sang neabu, j§^ ^ 
j)n hb neabu ; a species of 







PHI 



t6i 



PHR 



pli<Buix]|$S|Bune, XlS 

yd tsQh. 

Phrnomeita extraordinary, I 
^ H Bean? < ; celestial', 
phenomena, j^ ^ leih scang, I 

Phial. 1^ tsun, ^ ping.j 
^^^poUping. , 

Philad«lphian, ^yuW > 
^ gnae heung le chay. ' 

Philanthropist, ^ *L^ 
;^Ajtn8inchcjta^ 

Philanthropy, fi^ jin 
lib. 

Philippic, S^'^i^*^ ! 
Philologist, ^ ^ -^ | 

r*-::?^ «.|j^ j^i? i 

J^ shih tsz^ chcjttt, P^ ^1 
^ !^ ^ keaog kew wan j 

tBZ* chay. ^ ^ ^ ' 

Philology, ff y x^ 

8€ang iszi che he6, |^ X 

S^ seang wan che heo. 

Philomfi., the nightingale, ! 

Philosopher, 5^ 'X' ^'^ 

isze,^ A^»"g j^"» 1^ S^ 
shing Iie>.n!§ \he6njin,«^ 

keun tsz^, ^^ 3C '^ ^ 
baou wan he5 chay, t§ ^ 

g^ ii ;t ± •^'h^^Jl!) 

kefing le che sz6, Jt na ^ 
ll^i sbang che che hsft szc ; 
philosopher's stone, ^ tan, 
^ -)^ s^n tan. 

Philosophy, ^ S ^^^^^ 




]£ :^ ^ k'bth wiih ke&ng 
1^ che bed. 

Philtkr, ^ ^ ;^ H 
kelh yin che yd. 

Phlegm, (accumulation of) 
^ ^ t'han pelh, ^ '^^ 
t'han ho ping ; bilious phlegm, 
W j^ hwane t'han; much 
I phlegm, ^ ^ how t'han ; 
pure phlegm, mj% ^*"8 ^'^"J 
; thick do. 1^ ^ neen t'han. 
Phlegmatic, abounding in 
phleem, -^ ^ to t'han ; cocj^^ 
<J^ »|^ lang Uing ; slow, R 
^. man sing. 

Phlogiston, ^IC ^ ^^ 
k'be,jij^cl^hwan 

Phonics, K » ^ ^ 
shing yin che he5. 

Phosphorus, SI ^ 1W 
mang ho yew, ^^ yin hh. 
Phosphorescence of fishes, 

i^ HB yu l^n* 
Photolog Y» 7C 15^ kwang 

he5. 

Phrase,^ keu, f^ bz6, 
^ sz^. ^ yu, ^ g shw6 
bwa, |§ iS hw& yu ; one 

phrase, — ^ aS ^^'LS 
bwa ; a common phrase, to m 
;^^ chang yiSnff che yu ; a 
book phrase, ^ ^ shoo yin, 

I ^ ^ t>n« wan. 

Phraseology* f^ szd^ 
tazd ; good phraseology, 
jm ^ habu 6z6 bwa. 




PHT 



W5 



PIC 



PfliKKircTxo, jQ !§[ fung 

lieii kw&ug. 
PflKBifOLoo V, /j^jiPki^in he5 
Pheenst, madness j fp ^ 
jj^ i^ kwang uclh, 5^ >C5^ 
;$^ Jg m* »ln che ping, ^l^^ 
fttlvan. 
PHTHTBie,gy Ipgla^n pfng, | 

^ ^ ladu chac, ^ f^ '^" 

diing. 

Phtlaptbr, ^ j^ pe{ 
Ung ^ BjjJ fo6 chow. 

Physic, medicine, ^ y5, 
m ^ yo tsa^ ; good physic, 
^||leangy5; to take phy- 
tic, ^ ^ shXh y5 ; lh«re is 
M phytic that can cure it, ^ 
fl U ^ wod yd k'ho e. 

PxTSTCB, natural philoso- 
phy, ft ^ 8»ng he6, IS Jg 

wah che hed. 
Physiciaw, S ^ e san^, 

nuy k'ho seen »»n<y ; imperial 
physician, 1^^ ^ shang e ; 
phjrsicians generally, ^ ^ 
fang kea, ^ ^ e kea ; the 
chief physician, jS^ ^g t'ae e ; 
a famous physician, ^ ^ 
mtBg e ; a successful physician 

ir Ssfain e. 

PflYSlOONOmST,^ ^ ^ 

jfe klian sgang sgen sing ; a 
good physiognomist, ^ Jjj^ 



^^ shen kwan k'M vih. 

Physiognomy, art of, 3f^ 
Jifi seang he6 ; to observe do. 
^ ^ k'han seantr- rules ofi 
5|ii* seang ra,^^ft^i* 
k'han seang teih fa, ^^ W&i 
^ seang meen telh fa. 

PiACXTLAR, offence, ^^ 
1^ §1 k'hb shfih teth Uiiy ; a 
great offence, ^^ ^ ta tstiy. 

Pi and forte, '^ ^ yang 

k'htn. 
Piazza, a portico supported 

by columns, ^ ^ wi W 
yew choo telh lanir. ^ woo, 

woo, ^l^y^wlang; under 
the piazza, §(j |p "1^ lang 
woo hea. 

Pica, If SI ^^ ^^*i ^ 
«| yay tselh. 

To PICK up, ^ chTh, f^ 
ahTh, $^ keun, ^ ^ poo loo, 
1^ ^ she tseii wdh, l}^ 
^_ shth k'hJj, ^ tsao ; to pick 

up what is lost, ^ ^a ^'^'''^ 
wet ; to pick up a straw, f^ 
^ shth kea6 ; to pick up a 
stray sheep, ^ ^ jang yane ; 
to pick as fruit, ^ neaou, ^ 
1^ chth kwb : to pick or ga- 
ther, ^ sbiih, ^ lo, ^seen, 
ijjfe chin, ^ k'heen ; to pick a 
flower, H if^ chth hwa, ^ 
^ chS hwa, ^^ «*Jcn hwa; 
to pick the teeth, jH tsuy, ^ 




TIC 



PIE 



theaoa t hetb yiy ch he, ^ll kled fi^h, ^ e| che yu, ^ 

3^ use jij. ^ ^ ts'ha ch e, z^. §1 I^^^M '^^^ ^"S. 

fe chen : to pick out the eyes, ^ paou : picWled fish-roe, ^ 

B ve. t^ S vo mab ; to ^ ^ va I3z'« L^'ang; pickled 

jHck oat aay ihin? with the nieat. Si ***^i It "^' B" ^^ t 

nafla. ^ lelh, ft JH ^ ^ pkklcd puUe. gjt ^he ; pickled 

e jaoa latS wuh : to pkk the Tcgetahle«, ^ tseu, ^ ^S 

cars. :]|^^ wi uih : to pick ^^ tsow. ^ S ^^ tseang, 

and cleans. ^ §4 t'heaoa ^:sd,||tuy. 

iTielh : to p^:« out. 4^ taeuen. Pickxick V^^J^ ^ ^^t 

^ .faiou^ gll i-^;^ 5f ^ Sg fc<^«^ tS W * i "'*^ 
6in : do. u.t.bit. ^ ^ ^tii j^^^;y yin shih, ^ KlKTS 
tsae. ^^y^ii ; to pkiw a:id steal. [15 ts«en ym tsew. 

1^ ^ ^'*i'^«^ l*^ - to pick ai.d PiCK-POCKKT, ^ ^ ^ 

choose, ^ ^ £ >9S 3e**^n tse-tn kew tcTh, |$ jc^ ^ 1^ 

tslli ch'ha*! lae. {|| {{j ke^n rseeii ho |Miou ie':h. 

ch hah.^sfh, ^ ^caiu ^ PiCTiRK, ^ hwa, H' |3 

tseo, llgj *^c^nifP JE nana; h^y to5: to draw pictures, 

picked soldiers, 7^ £| tslng ^ ^ hw^ hwa ; iok-draw- 

piii^. in^, :J!Kiifi shwuy raTh 

PicK-AXK, ^ kew, ^^euy, hwa; reprc8*»ntaiion, § ^ 

* ts'heaou, ^ yuen. ^cho. hwa seang, ^ ^ ^»*ing seang ; 

ke5 ; a single pick.axc,j^land?ca|«, fil ^ ^ »^ 
^ U'lli t'how fob. sliway hwa ; foreign pictures, 

PiciCLB, ^ ts.7ang ; pic- ^ ^ yansr hwa : pictures on 
kles, ^iu ti?can<5 uhoo, Qfe rolls, — • ^ ^j^th chilh hwa ; 
tsoo, ^ chue, gg hoo, ^» picture frame, ^^ kin ? kea; 
mS too, ^ keuh, Q^ yen, Q^ pinures pasted on paper, j^^ 
tsuy ; brine, J^^y^n shwuy, j^ ch^ peabu hwa. 
m^ y^n tselh J||( ;f^ han 1 Piccl, of rice, — ' >5 ^ 
shwuy ; pickl.*, ^ he, ^^ ylh shTh rae ; do. of 120 cat- 
swan kwb, ^ ^ he tseang ; ties, fjj shlh, JN- hwiih. 
pickle pot, ^ ^ ifing gow ; - Pib, a bird, ^ iseo ; a kind 
to pickle, ^ Bh6; do. in salt, of jay, || p pei keu, ^ ^ 
fic ^ y'^'i* B^^^ I ^ pickle and yuen keu. 




Pie 



937 



PIG 




To piERC R, JUiH tsz<,^che 
' ch'he, ^ sang, |Jfc peth, 

_ chaou, ^ y"^i^ ^ 
chin tszc, ^ cha. ^ isiih,^ 
pcth, @ cliTh 1^ k^han, :J^ 
choo, ^ Ml *^chae. J^^ 

chd, 
chan. 





PiB, an article of food, ^ 

aJfihpaoa,j||liceD,S^Aj> 
teen 8in. 

Piebald. ^ pan, ||^ p5, 

^•"^i!^^ llini>gen.^ 

|j§ |Kin tp^n ; piebald horec, ; tsnn keo, ^ ch'haou 
@ bca, ^ paou, ^ tan, |g ! |^ ts'hang. J^ chan, _ 

yi», S^ ke, M ^' yi" 1'" ; « I ^ll j^en, ^'ij sha, ^l] k^.a, ^l] 
pAeXd ox, $^ leang. | k'hwei, ^Ij clning, ^\ t'buh, 

TopiECK, ^ i>ob ; to piece ^J tsluin'i. ^] lung, glj 3cih, 
in weaving, j^ clnh, j^^ kth^ ' ^J selh, f)J le ; piercing truths, 
H^ poen leen, j^ tsclh. i ^ "S- chin yen ; piercing, f " 

Piece, — ' J^fe y^h k'hwa^, ; j^y ^ a piercin'X cold wind, 
— jffc yih meJ; a piece of I'^iJ |eTh lee, 5^ SL^^Jhan 
wood, ;|J|^ mel ; a piece of com- f„iig lin iei^ ; piercing view,^ 

meaou ; to pierce and embroi. 
der, j^ ^ man maou ; to 
pierce with the nails, J^ k'hcS, 
JR %fl j^ou tsz6 ; to pierce the 
sole of a shoe, ^ peen ; to 
pierce a hole, j^ ^ tswan 
yJ-n ; to pierce with a spear, 






tsung. 



poiiiwD,— ^ m ^ M y^^ 

pleen wan chan^ ; a dramatic 

piece, — 3?tt ^ > »*• P^" ^^ J 
how many pieces, 5§^ ke 

mel ; a piec^. of ink, — • X^ ^ 

yih kTiwae mth ; a piece of 

cloth, — J^ :ffj yili p heth 

poo ; a piece, — • ]^ yUi twan, 

— ^ yth fun, — H^ y^^^ 

koo, ijjjl fuh ; a piece of money, 

^ ^ plh seuen, — it 1^ 
yth wan tse^n ; piece-work, 
^ I, pwan kung. 

Piecemeal, "^^ ^ — • i^ 
jrth k'hwaS yTh k'hwae. 

Peeled, ^^k-heii p1i&, 
M$C ''^o p h^. 

PxBB, landing place, ^W.,^- ju^ .^ ^^ 
mi t'hfiw ; pier-glass, ^^ ^ ^ she, #Cj^e, ^ hca, :^|f e^ 
^Icliaoushin king. |^ liwuh, ^ che ; a young 



-Piety, ]^3pk' been heaou; 

piety towards God, ll^ Jt *??? 
king shansT te ; piety towards 
parents, * y^ ^f heaou foo 
mob ; piety towards invisible 
beings, :^ ^ ^ # heaou 
ya kwei shtn, %.%^ king 
kwei shin. 

PiG, ^ t'hoo.^ chay, |SS 
gae kea, J^ Jg choo chth, 




71G 



PIL 



P*?: I^««. Rtm, ^5 '^^P*'^5Lfi- 

choo tsze ; a kind of pi$. fK^ A pigmt, pj^ flg cboo jod^ 

pc, ^ t'hung. ^ he, 1^ uug. ^ -^ wei tsze ; a iribo of 

^ haoti. Ik be : a pig 3 years pigmies, [If |^ san saou. 

old, D^ keen ; a boar, P|{ ^ A pic-s tvk, ^ g| choo 

kaiig iec ; a large pig, ^ 4c *icueii. ^ ^ choo laii^ |§ 

fling die ; pij's bristl'ss. ^ hwan, jf^ ^ ya uh, )^ go, 

^ choo ma'tu : a pig basket f^ i^an^. f^ isan^. 

^ le;h, ^ ^ choo Km? : a Pig-tail, a cue, ^ J^ ia 

pi^'s-Blyc, |§ isanjr, ^ |g wei . ^ -traou |^ ^ pien tsze 

choo keueii, ^ ^ choo Ian : PiH-chih-lk, j.j^ £^ plh 

Uie pig louse, ^ ^ ch^ sih : chih le, SE yen. 

^El /fig- »*•» - I > ^^ 

to castrate a pig, ^ fgf yen Pkk. a iis«h, ^^ ^ so yft, 
choo ; every family kept pigs, fq fjf^ ^ chah tStieo yA, ggf 
^ ^ $J^ 3|» kea kea yang ^ ^^ how tsze yfl. 
woo kwei. Pike, a spear, ^j^ cb&ng 

A piGKO.v, t]§ ^ ko tsze ; tseaog ; javefin, ^ j|^ p'heaou 
wild , |||^ llp kew chuy , ^ j|l^ Ut'ang. 

pail kew, f]^ jf^ -he k'hew j» | Pike-staff, ^ ^ tseang 
j(j^ foo k'h'-w. ^ joo. ^|| 1J^ I kan. 

fow kcw. ^ fow, © €& yay PiLASTKR, ;^:^fan?cho6. 
ko, H S^ puh koo, Ifr 4fe To PiLF up ^ liiv i|luy, 
pCh koo, ^ ^ poo koo, ^ j^ tee, ^ chuiigf, ^ tseth, 

tsew, ^ "^ ta h5, 




■^ mow moo ; crown pigeon. 
^ jjjft woo kew; pigeon's 

^S?^- nSl W **•• ^" ? ^^® brown 
pigeon, JIH ^^ she k'hew ; a 

sort of pig* O.I, S^ jCg ' oTh kew 

PlOEOV-HBKASrKD^ fa. 

PiOKON-HAWK, |< fe^ shin . to heaven, fjj 
f**^-' I a pile of eirgs, 




•uy, 4k 'uy, i# ^*i"5i 

chlh ; pile of stones, ^ ^ 
luy sbTh ; a pile of earth, JH 
tuy, i^ Chun, i*^ yfih, j§ 
wei ; a pile find for sacrificing 

vew leaou ; 

$P lay 





PlOEOX-ORASS, ^^d'^W,^ 

J^ !^ kow Wei ts'habu. 

A PIGMENT, Jot fun : a red 
j^ment, ft ^ l.flng fim, ijfl nuy chS ; external do. ^ 
jl^ bod fan ; a vbito pigment, ^a^ ch«. 



lwao,^||^luy>wan. 

The PILES, ^ ^ chA 
chwang ; internal do. pj ^ 





PIL 



959 



PIL 



PiLRD UP, ^JSf loy lb, -5 /^ P^choo shth che chio, 




lay k he lad. 

^ tee k'h^ lae. 






tiing leang 




kwd kea ehe 
clioo kw5 ; 



a |K)8t, ^ tung, ^ ying, :^ 
wan ; pillars and beams, )^ 

^ ^ ^ ^""^' y^'^ ^""g '^"?J 

a pillar for supprting a roof, 
{^ wang tnng. 
Pillory, to s«iand in, 




To pii^FEB^ ^ BOO, ^ taou, ' a pliort pillar, ^ |^ choo joo, 
^ ^ ^ g"an ts«u wuii. j^ , ^ keen ; the pillar of a wains- 
"^ t'how 'heii ; a pilferer, >'J^ | coat, ^ pelh, ^ :^ kw6 
^8eai)U taou. I choo ; a piliai on a Chinese 

PiLGARLiCK, ^ IS ^ ' grave, ^ ^ hwa peabu, ^ 
iTiiih.t'hbw^k'hth. ^ hwan peabu, jg ^ ti 

Pilgrim, ii^ f^ ^ ySw choo •, a pillar of brass, ^^ 
hingchay, j5[y\ len jin. ^fingchoo;aston'' pillar,B^pa^; 

$ lew k'hUi, ^ J ^ h'"g k'lh; 

a religious pilgrim according 

to the Chinese, ^^ h^^ang 

Jcllh, ^ ^ ^ v6w heang 

k'hIb.R{|[l|!li#^cl,aou 

sban shaou heang k'hih ; do. 

according to the Romanists, ' jJjj/H fo6 kea, ^ ^ tae kea, 

J^^T Sit ^ ^ ^ ^ yew PnxioN, for a horse's back, 

lung cha6u theen chob tang J^^^ ma gnan juh. 

k'hlh. ^ PiLLOw,;fefcffl|chln t'h5w 

Pill, ^ ^ hwan tsze, ^ ^ king : a pillow for lounging 
;ftiy6 hwan, jfi^ hwan, j^ oii,j^ii^chuUnoo,i^k^ie: 
no ; an anti^nvious do. jj;^ I a dying pillow, KS ^ ^ j^ 
/Q che too wan. j^ lln chung che chvvang 

PiLL-Box, round, made of chin ; pillow case, jj^ ji n, ij^ 
wax, i[^ A la wan. IJ3 chin kin, ^ ^ chin tae. 

To piLLAGK, ^ k'ow, ^ Pilot, ^/ lf^ \ yin shwuy 
k'how. ^ tsan, ^ ^ kee .i«n, ^ ;!fC A tae shwuy jin, 
leo, iS^^ '^*^' 4^1^ ta kee. f^Jlto kung; ; pilot through 

Pillage, ^ ^ ^^ the rapids- *^ ^ t'han sze. 




tseang telh tung se, ^ ^ Pilotage, ^| ^ |^ yln 
k'heewBh. ;8»»wuyyln,5|;f:XJl ym 

Pillar, :^ choo. :fe^ che, B^JWiiy kung kea. 
|H:^peaoum6, ;|^ fljchfei Pilot-fish, ^ i^ hlh 
(irh ; a pillar of the state, :^ keaou. 

Y 



PIN 



960 



pm 









PiLors, ^ ^ 6^ sang 
maoii telh. 

PiMPj BE IK wiDg pa, 3E 
/V ^ ^&ng pa t'how. ^ 
/V ^<^ l^^^i wang pi^ 
kwci ihow, :ti: ^ 
la p'h^ teaou. 
Pi jfPERSAL, ;^ j^te joo, 
chow choo, SS chun?, 

Pi3iPLE, on the DOse. ^^ 
cha, Jg cha, H cha, ^ ^ 
how t8ze, ^^ keae lae, ^ 
^ yang keae, ^ ^ keae 
seen, ^5^ ting, ^ ^ fei tsze, 
j^lo, ^ chin, §^chin 
tsz^. 

Pin, peg, ^ hwny, :^ ke : 
nail, ^ ting ; hair pin, ^ 
tsan ; wooden pin, ^j^ ^ "J" 
tseuen mfih ting, :^ keen, ^, 
^ ke foo, 1^ @ ning t'how ; 
a pin made of wire, ^.^ 
chin k'hbw ; pins and bracelets 
worn by women, 3||^8eang 
k'han ; to pin one^s neck, ^^ 
glh heang. 

PiN-A-FORE, ^^seen wei. 

Pincers, ^ keen, ^ keen, 
, ^ nee, ^ chtl, ^ nee 
pincers, ^ §^ tee chen. 

Pinch, ^ tso, f^ neen, ^ 
neeii ; to take a pinch between 
the fingers, ^ ts5, ^ neen. 

To PINCH, with nipperS) 5$ 
ktt, ^ Tf^ keen kec j to pinch 






nee : iron 



with the fingers ^ nee, ^ 
ye, jj^ nee, || seue, ^ keiih^ 
^ neen, ^ jow ; to be pinch- 
ed with hunger, ^ ^ 
gno sha. 

PiirE, TRER,}^ ihan, 3^ 
sung, j^ M sung shoo, ^ 

IS »""g P^'^ ^ ts^hing, :^ 
wan ; a sort of pine* ^ king, 
^ t3eih, ^ TJC sha rauh. 

PlNE-APPLE,§tiSp''>0 Id 

' H pho 16, )1 ^ rung 
le. 

To PINE, languish, ^ ^ 
shwae j6, 5^ it^ sang sin. 

PnrjON, the strong feather of 

i a bird, § ch.S, ^ <1 5S 
I ^ neabu che ke&ng yu ; a 
I quill. ^ heih, ^ ^ yu king, 
i ^ ?fC yu pirn ; a win?, 
I che, ^ y ih ; fetters, ^ 
I chih kuh. 
! To piMON, p^ jg ^ so 

' k'he lae. 

Pink, H ^ keu nith ; do. 
Chinese, ^ ^ ^ ^seen 
peen Id ; do. early, "^ ^ 

tseen ch*hun 16 ; do. late, 

^ ^ ts;»^n tsew 16 ; do vari- 
egated, § ^ tl* fan shlh 
chuh. 

Pin-money, ^ ^ ^ 
chwang leen tsecn. 

Pinnace, ^f% -j^ seabu 
chow, ^ ^ JtQ'^t^^ pung 
chwau. 






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PiNNACLs. 3^ ting ; pinnacle 
ofat«nple,^]^teen Unjrj 
the ridge of a house, j^ ^ 
fih tselb ; pinnacle of a pagoda, 
^^ la iB^n. 

PiHT, ^Y sliing ; ten gills 
make a pint, ten pints make a 

S^shih howe'i siting, shth 
shing wet tow. 

PrNUs lanckolata, /f^^san, 
^ ^ san shoo. 

pliok'ha^ taou loo tetii, ^ 
6^|ck'haelo6 teih ping. 

Pious, ]^ keen, ^ 
keenheaou; pious and holy 
keen kec ; a pious man, 
tih sze ; do. among the 






yen t'hung, ^ ^W y^-*^ 
tsuy ; a small pipe, ^ |^ 
seaou peen ; the Tartar pipe, 
^ keang telh ; a pan-pipe, 
seaou; a large barrel, j^ 
Jg ;{^ ta tsew t'hung. 

Pipe fish,^]|b hae Iflng. 

PiPER,afifer, ftj^ §f # 
ch'huy seaou chay. 

Pi PER BETEL, J ^^ low ye. 

Piper agbrstis,^C |^ 
mow king. 

PiPERCULA, ^ ^ ma kin. 

PiPKiN, ^ ?|| -^ wa kwan 
tsze, 1^ 5^ ^ tsze kwan 
tsze. 

PiauANT, sliaip, JlJ ^ le 
hae ; pointed, ^ jgf yew 6, 
^ PiRATE,j^^hae tsth,3§ 
^ ha'e taou, ^ @ ha« k'ow, 




BuddhisU, ^ Jl tIt woo | _ 

sWogsze. pious feeling, J[^ ; •^ ^ yang taou, 



_ yansf 

y^^^y ^ HU ^ y^^^ urh fei ; a pirate vessel, ^^Mt^ 
^^ng ; benevolent, f::i ?^ jln Mi Mt p'heaou hae telh tslh 
(sze ;piou8 towards God, ^ chwan. 

X.*}pk{ngShang te; respect' I Pibaticalj ^^ ^ chang 
fill towards invisible beings, keui^, ^ ^ tsth she. 
^ ^ jjl^ king kwei shin. | Piscks, f^ ^ tseu tsze, 
Pipe, (musical instrument,) ^ ^ g shwang yu kung, 
che heen, ^ kee, ^ j ^ ^ hae kung. 
keaou. fj^ ^ seaou kwan, ^ 1 Pish, " J ^ ^ hcu fiih 
ye, ^ chay ; a tube, p[ tsa^. 
3Bfe t'hung kwang, ^ kwan. ' Pismire, iISI 4 4^ ^ low 





haou. 



meaou 




kwan,|^y6,^ 
t'hung seaou • 



6. See Ant. 

Pistachio nut, 




^fei; 



a pipe for leading off water, tsze, ^ ^ yin hang. 

bung; a tobacco pipe, *^ Pistil, of a flower ^ g 




PIT 



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^ hwa tM. 4ES^*^* ''''- 
Pi s nti . ^^ ^ seabii chdng. 

nSy ineen seaou. 
PiSTOir ift irtow. 
Pit:^ k'iian?. ffe khang. 

j^ lrah,^kan?.l^ lull. J^ 
1*1**, ^ heue, Q keen, f^ 
beueo, ^ ho, J^l '^^"S- ^ 
:^ k'haner khan. |^ keen. 

i^ kio, BDyabu, ^ ising. Jf 
^ kin k'han ; a pit of fire, y^ 
^ ho k'hang ; to fall jnfo the 
pit one has made, |^ 0f J^ 
Q (^ poo trtine e iszii been ; 
a coal pit. J^ ^ met yaou ; a 
pit fall, "^ g^ ^ tsin? : the 
pit of tli« utomach, ^ ^ wei 
wan, /C> ^ f^ «*" •''had Pe. 
Pitch, ^ ^ IcTh tsinsr, 

?ft M y^'W ma, |J^ ^ sung 
heari^f. 

To iMTcri, to throw, ^ 
phaou, J^ tow, 5^ t'hew ; to 
daub witli pitch, 1^ ]|^ ^ 
m6 leTh tsinsr ; to pitch one'? 

t^"«i t^ l|^ she Chang, ^ 
l^ta pang. 

PiTCHKR, ^ yth, -^ foW, 

m. A J ?^^ f^^ 1 a pit<-her to 
draw with. ^ kwan. jj^ unsf: 
a pitches j^ kan?. ^ e, ^ 

*»"g, m^P^^Kt ^ pan ^ 
Irtang, 5^ ung, 3|ung,^ 





Bhwuy"ung, ^ ying, H ying. 
Pitcher PLANT,fflgg^ 
choc lung tsabu. 

PiTCH-FORK, tiCiC ch'ha 
pa. 

P:T»^or8. in"^iliejf xtreme, ^\ 
f^ ^ ^ pQh shing !rae taou, 
^^khnl;:c^n,"|^|^ k'hb 
king:. RJ ^ k'ho gae ; pitcous- 
ly eiitreatt-d. ^ ^ gae k'^w. 

Pith, ^ ^ yew wei ; the 
pifhofa tree, 7^ mang, ^ 
iC) inuh sin ; do. of grass, 
i(^ isabu sin. 

chin shall k'ho*lt*'^n. 

PiTiFiL, ^ <^ gae Ippn, 
^ lang, ^^ ^i)J »"!J: -fJ^^ ^ 
j¥*i' irac ; V ry pitiful, WcW^ 
ifl, -bin k'lib pao yay. 

PiTILKSS, ^ !^ "Wf 

wod t^icn k'hb Icen, ^ ^ 

A 6^ p'^*^ •^'h'^ ••^^" J*" ^^^*- 

Pit-saw, ;:^ ^ <a keu. 

Pittance, /J> ^ seabu 
fun, ^ ^,we! fun. 

PiTTKD with the smnll pox, 
;j5t If chilli; pan, fE J^pia 
ma. 

PrTTISPORUM' TOBIRA, ^^ 

•^ha^ tunghwa. 
To PITY, ^ 'jiSP gae lefin, 
^'ae king, ^ If^Ilefen 








^'^^m^ le^nseih. ^ifg^ 
kin^ min, U^ hwae, ^ seen, 
^ ling, ^li selh, f)$[ taou, §^ 



FLA 



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PLA 




tB'be, >^ meen, ^ meeo, ^ 
king, f^ kin ; to pity the peo- 

to pity the poor, ^ ^ Iln 
pin.f^l|^ king selh. 

Pity, ^ jn ^^ tB\ng, 

l|[pe ?ae, W. ^ aeTb l^n, 
Ǥ!P choh j5, j^ h5 ; affect- 
cd|Hly,1^^niriggae. 

PivoT,^3^ch'oVkc, ^. 
kcaou, jj^ ^ ch'oo new ; the j 
pivot of a scissars, ^ ^ tin^ j 
keaou. ^ t'hcen ; the pivot of 
a door, j^ wei, f^ ^ mQn 
cb'hoo. 

p>x, :i: -? bo uzfe, IB ? 

kea tsze. 
PtzzLE, of a bull, i^ joo) 

Plicirle, ^^. ^ rl^ wan 
MJerti ^fUl^e ho teTh. 

lt^'eh6,ZfiA!^fOikl6^ 
ping tfin ho k'he teTli. 

Placard, ^ ^ kaoii pTh, 
^^ chaoii P^'^e; an anony- 
mous placard, ^ :^ 5§ ijjp 
neih mliig kee tec ; a placard 
iSifued by «'overninent, f^ Jf^ 
paS she , ^ ^ heaon joo, ^ 
^ kaou she, jQ |jt|^ rhaou 
tee ; do. by the people, ^ ifli^ 

k55 te«, ^ S ijlfe ^ 4ptli 
t'bdw tge^tsze. 

To PLACR, S^ che she* 

^^1 ^ S ^^^ <^^^j ^ ^^'^^} 





_ ts'ho6,^ch5, f^ta, 
^ ko tsae, )£ te^ii, ^ fob, 
^ k'bin. ^ leen ; to place in 
order, ^^ J^ll P^ 1^5, ||| f l] 
pa& lee, |^^J chin le« ; to 
place, (lay down) ^ 7^ k5 
hea ; to place up, ^ jl ko 
shang, ^inC she lelh ; to place 
errcct, i^d^L chtli lelh ; lo 
put down, '^'J^ fang hea, 
^ ^ fang tsae, ^ gnan ;\lo 
place the hand on one's sword 
^ ^I !g»a" keen ; to place the 
affections on, ^ ^ keu^n 
choo. 

Place, ]^ cb'hoo, j^ fan^, 
iJfe :^ te fang, f£ wef, fff 
•b,^^^958b ts5e, :^te, K 
k'heu,^ keu, ^ tin?, ^ 
gow ; place of execution ^7^ 
ft chang ; place of abode, "JC 
^ hea 15 ; place of official ap" 
|)ointment, '^ jfn ; to arrive at 
do. Jl ffi s'lstng jtn, plj ^ 
taou jfn ; a pubbic place of re- 
sidence, ^ ^ kun^r kwan ; a 
place of resort, ^ ^ fsed 15 ; 
place of interment, 3£ ^ moo 
te ; a place where to lay one's 
head, ^ ^ /^ ^ t^se shin 
che so ; a place at table, ^ 
5;^ selh tsze, fSl^;^ wef t8z6 ; 
the place of kneeling, ^J^ 
k'he cb'hoo ; a place of con- 
verse, )^ t'hun ; a place where 
several ways meet, ^^ tsung 



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PLA 




kS ; a place for standing on, ^ 
^ ke6 poo; in the first place, 
— • S(| y «h tsih ; in the second 
place, ^H ^Ij urh tsth ; where 
is the place of it ? ^ ^ ^ 
•^ hd tang che ho6. 

Placeman, ^0E IjL ^ J\^ 

tsae wei che jin. 

Placenta, ^ BS^ ^'^^ae e, 
BS^p'haou e, ^ A how 
J^n.i^J^Ktszehdche,^ 
^S[ ]p! tsze ho chay. 

Placid, t^ch'hin?.:[S.|^ 
Wan jun, j^ wan, ji^^^ ^van 
hd, jC>^ sin ping, fj!^^ 
tsung yung . a placid counte- 
nance, jp^ IjL seani^ niaou. 

Plagiarism, 'g5Ci^^^^'^"' 
to commit do. f^ j^ ^ X 

chth shth wei wan, ^ A /C! 

2ft: J^ B Ej f^ tsec jln che 

wan e we! ke tsd. 

The plague, ^ ^ pfncr 
ytb, ^ ^ wan ylh, ^ ^ 
wan tselh. 

To PLAGUE, ^ ^ k'hob 
hae, jlm W kea hae, M ^ 
JV oan wei jln, |^ ^ A mo 
nan jin. 

Plaice, a kind of, ^ 
k'heii ta. 

Plaid. I^ "^ hwa po'>, 
bwuy, 1^ hwuy. 
Plain untarnished j^ k\m<r 








so6 p'ho ; plain, even, 
^ thing, 2p p',n.r^ 1^ keun ; 
plain and easy,^ ^ pins e, 
'i^ 1^ tseen king, ^ ^ 
tseen kin ; a plain pagoda, -^ 
f^ kwans: ta ; plain, perspicu- 
ous, ^ ^^ tung tung, ^^ 
chth k'huh ; plain (unadorned,) 
^Fp«, >fc '»^h» ^^ han 

s«^» 'lilt '[H ^^'^^ ^"^^^^ ifft 
kan, •yr: kwan?, W-gP chih 

|)o ; hone;<t, *J^ »f^ chin klh , 
plain lanjfiia^e ^| iri . plain; 
but noi viiU'ar, '^ {fU ^ ^ 
chih urh puh le ; plain and 
simple, i^ H tun t(ih, j|^ 

^"ng» ^ y^^y ^ hwan, 
konn ; plainneJ's of speech, 
1^ ke' n go, ^^ keen szS, 
]^ ^ chih yen ; plain silk, 

^man, j^^^ ^ ™an 
p!h woo wan ; plainly, lo speak, 
^t^ 5^ keang tlh m^n^ ; 
plain garment, f}^ fan, |ffi| 'Q^ 
^ woo sth e, ^ ^ poo e. 

Plain, level country, J]^ 
yu.m, ^ j^ p1ngyu(<n, 2p 
iife ping te, iE tan, i^ ^ 
keen lin, |^ *^ yen yiih . 
plainnees, ^ S chih 8o6,' 

Plaint, ^ ||| gae szS, 

Plaintiff, j^ ^ yuin 
kaou ; plaintiff and defendant, 
m Is l^ng tsaou. 

Plaintive note of a bird, 

rR ^ ffi J» 




tsin, il 



pechf.bing.ja ;$:tt^ 
Desbu che miDg ga«. 

PuiT. @ ^ ehS (Bz^ ; the 
phita of peuicoat, ^ ^ pelh 
tNTh, ^ PI keuo chtt ; do. 
dTi prtnent, ^ kow, ^ chg, 

To PLAIT, gE| j"eD,||@ peeD, i 
flJB ta P«ei-^ peen; lo 
pl»il tlw hair, ^ g peen fa, I 
M ^ P««" fS ; (o plait a ' 
wi<l. 5^ p^e ; plaited grass, i 
Jgucc; plaited silk, ^teaou J 

To PLAN, ^ ^ chdw iBlh. 
at ^ ke mow, ^ leu, ^ 
$ mdw Bze, fj^ la teen, 
a tod, j^ g @ ^ kin^' , 
yiogtoi i», fg§t'haoule6, 1 

f l9l(L||!§chIhylne. ^1 
® king lo6, =fi( laze, ^ ^§1 j 
I32e acuen, p ko, |g p , 
keang mow, ^ woo, ^ ^ ' 
Ising in6w ; to plan rebellion, l 
^ HL m6w Iwan, ^ ^ ■ 
mow fan, | 

A PLA.v, g| ko, :^ fang^ 1 
>» g fang fa, ^ ^ f5 lezc, 
tt-^k^i^ih, ^Jl:gF kw^ 
too, ^ ^ die Bhiili, P @ 
to6wei, ^ySw, || fan. £(9 
y3w,K^le6, Mkoo, ^m 
e mon ; plans of proceeding, 
1^ ^ kin^ leo ; a genera) 
plan, "I— ^ ^"a^g '«" i pl»"3 



S PLA 

well organized, fg[ inon, ^ 
^ m6w mo6, ff" H k^ 
m6w, ^^ ^L m(^w led ; a good 
plan, ^ OT kea yew ; tlie 3 
plans, ^ ^ san ie6 ; to lay 
a plan, IP ® ^ -^ lung ko 
fa iBzi ; this is not a very good 

ki pull ban t'lib ; a malicioua 
plan, ^p §T tiih ke ; a liun- 
drcd plans, ^ nf P^'» ^^■ 

To PLANE, ^1 paou, §'^ _ 
pabu 9c6, 'SlI •¥• P'l'*°" P'"ff» 
fi'l ^fi'l r''''<'>ou ylh P'haou, 

Plan-e, |# pun, ^ kwei, 

iai>g, ^ 7fo #§ ping miih 
k'h«, JPiap--|t'he.. n 
chan, fg p'haoii, ^ -f- p'aou 
tsze, i|)j yin, ^ sze, ^ luy : 
a plane in geometry, ^ j^ 
ping mecn. 

Plane trer j^ i^ tung 
slioo, ^^ yanz shoo. 

Plamet, W ^ lilng sing ; 
ihe five planets, ^ ^ wo6 
sing- Sj^ woo wet ; llio pla- 
netB and fixed Btara, ^ ^ 
sing shin ; the BUn and moon, 
and fire planets, -^ j^ tsdU 
clu'ng : names of planets, Ve- 
nus, ^ ^ kin aing ; Mcrcu- 
O', /TV ^ ahwiiy sin^; Sa- 
lurn, i^ lliob sing ; Mara, 
'K.M, ''o ^'"S; Jiipilei-, ^ 
:g£, muh sing. 



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Plaketarium, or armillary 
sphere, ^ 3^ seuen ke. 

A PLANK, )^ pan, ^ lean^, 
i^ pan, ?|C ft mail pan, j^ 
pei, 'f^ ch6 ; ihe planks of a 
bed, ]f^ fun ; a plank-house, 
^ ^ pa" ^'^ ) a plank across 
a stream, y^ nee. 

To PLANT, ^t8a6.;}j|[chTh 
i^ chung, ^ she, j^ shoj, 

^ aan, ^ t'hiih, ?fli chth,^ 
cha, l^cha, ^ kea, ^ e, 
]^ low, ^ shoo, ^f j£ shoo 
le!h ; to plant trees, ^ j^ 
phe shoo, ^ ^ chiing shoo, 
^^^ tsa^ shoo, ^ :^ chlh 
shoo, 1^ e ; to plant flowers, 
^ :j^ chiing hwa, ^ ^ tsa^ 
Jiwa. ^ nfing ; to plant grain, 
chth kiih ; to plant and 
manure, ^ >§ tea* pei ; to 
plant in fields, ?% gan ; to 
plant anything, j^ ^ shth 
wiih ; plant it, ^^shooche; 
to plant the five kinds of grain, 

© S j£ WL ^^^^^ ^ w^o kiih 5 
plant it with clary and pulse, 
^ ^ -^ ^ ^ die jin shuh ; 
to plant upside down, j]^|] 
tabu shoo. 

Plants in general, ]^ ^^^ 
tp'habu liiy, ^ hwuy, ^ kan, 
hwiiy, gff Sp choo shoo 
^gaou saou ; names of 
tB, ^ ^ g p5 kwang 
• a beaatif ul plant, ^ ^ 



kea hwuy^; flowers and plantB, 
^ j'f '*^a hwuy ; water 
plants, tJC ^ shwuy ts'habu. 

PLANTAGB,^J^f0We,]^ 

ft !^ keu Uegn ts'habu, Jtj^ 
,,f ma seth, ^ ]|f fow e. ^ 

^ 5^ chill seay ; do. aquatic 
^ X^ seili seay, ^ siih. 

A PLANTAIN, ^ ^ pa 

tseaou, ^ ^ tseaou tsze, R 
^ pa tseu, ^ 5^ tseaou ta ; 
drumstick plantains, ^ >(^ 
^ kob t'liuy tseaou ; fragrant 
teeth do. ^ ^ ^ heang yay 
tseaou ; the plantain grass- 







cloth, ^ ^ tseaou ko. 

Plantation, ^^7(^^ 
tsaS'hwa muli che ch'ho6. 

Planter, |l5;:Ji^7f:;$;; A. 

tsae hwa muh che jln. 

Plaster, for walls, J/S^ ^E 
hwuy n6, gj Jfc ^ pTh t'hob 
fun ; for a sore, ^ ^^ kaou 

y«» §1^ il ^''^ee yd. 

To PLASTEB, PJ JJ; ^ 
shwa hwuy nS^ J; ]{)^ shang 

hwuy, Jt. 1^ jB^ shang pth 
hwuy, ^ ]^ m5 hwuy, J^ 

k'hin,^jEgrIiJCni5shaug 
pth hwuy, ^^ nian man ; to 
plaster a wall, ^ k^, ^ 
tod ke, ^ k^hin, iS mclli, 
tP tod tseang, j^ woo, 
go J J^ meth ; a plasterer, 
K woo jln, M 5K E 1^ 




ihwiy tieang, ]]^ ^ E "* ' ■*■ '■•■^ttfr, ^J- pwan 
vitseang. | lfz\ ^ "? ph'm izai. ^]^^ 

Plastic, ^^j«w jtrin. Buiiiu |.'li.'m, ^ he. ^ fcgg^ 

To PLAT, je^ n-eti. ^ tieen: ^ r.-t, ^ kaii. ^ ;^|« yu; 
to^JaithBhaii.j^^^'ceu a cuntd j.latit-r, ^S ''c^n 
fl)6w fa. , i< w ; n platter uti uhich to 

Plat, of ground, — • ijB ffl ■ 1''"*^* wriiing apparatus, ^ 
yih k'liwai Ir4n, A^i ^ Jfi | ?R m "'" shins p'hiin. 
•wbu k wwae te, /|n ^ |^| Plaudit, ^J^ fa) ch'hing 
Mou kPa iiis£. j yu bzS, f ^ |g ^ cirhing 

Pt,«tase, ihe plane tree, i tBiVn yii, ^"g" tsan y8n. 
pl^fun*/ 8hon ' Plausiui.f-:, that which may 

p, «,^^ '«.'i9H SI wi» ! b. .p,>ia„jod, or ra ilt (Hi 

IK.^ -)^ l,"g oz„, ^ :^ \ k^iib .-h liin.r ujn telh ; speci- 

P*aii 18z:-, ^ ^ fl,: wai) ; a ! o"-* l"'^, ^5 W klu-ahti yen ; 

lio nnirr-|.lmL-, I^^Ppwan, 'a pluiiaille alalciiicnl, ^]JJ 

^fl- '"■'"g l^wei ; a pinteor \ I*'''-" l*"'^ : r««embliiig what u 

"I. BS if^ I" J lilij ; " Iras" i "3'". M 3^ "i" •'"'■ 

H>''-;^ iJX ="'"? I'i" ; a 'I'in I '^^ P'-*V' ?*£ ^ wan "Jli, 

liiu'll; V.-; pla:«s and ba- j fflc^ ho flia,^ i,c, Jg be, 

mi, ^^ iS POJ" » in ; a I ff k».n. S he. tR kwei, }f 

flale of in.i, g| ;t= rhs'llKlh, J^^chimi, foo; t„ 

P""". &3I H '"'i" >'•' '"•' • !''">■ " ''»". fIS .'a I'l'cw, 

JolJ anil iilvdr plale, ^ Jft ^ #T p b ti. g ^ be k'Sw ; 

^khiynik'be. lo pbiy at gam^-s of chance, ^ 

To PLATK, ^ ^ Bcong ' (o6, '^ ifg ta too, 1^ [^ loo 

yin. p5 ; to play for money. ^ ^ 

Platform, terrace. IS^ 1 i"" l*''^" ; to play at dice. ^J 

loj tai; a framework. IJ3 nn.r ; ^ (^ ta sli«an'„r lab; to 

model, ^'Mt'««'".^J- I'l^y »' 'l'"'. W ^ 1'5 y'l>, 

moS L.2.-, ^^ e bm.,': a ^iifi ylh lob.ftg ke keuh, 

platform in forlificalion, fl]j] ^ 5^ ke s"i ; to pluy at sbut- 

^ telh Ian. ile-cock.^jj^tiiyin ftopbiy 

Pi,»Ti!«Ai ^ ^ pib kin. m cardi, fl[ ^^ft Iff la chfe |iaa; 

Platoos, P9 ^ SS >ze ito play the fool !g!§){^«hi 

faiifchlo. ;ga8 nz>, |l{ "yj/ _t. he iha 

Z 



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968 



?t.I 



|>ag yew ; play on the stage, 
^ be, Ife 111 hi keth. fll 
kelli ; a |>lu3 .book, ]^ >|S^ 
he pull ; a play-house, ]g^ j^ 
he yuea, ^ !^ l^ chhaiig ; a 
plaything, 3^ ke. ]5c I^ win 
ke ; u3elcQ3 play , ^ 5^ ;^ ^ 



•hang ; to play tricks, ^ ^ 
JPP lung show keo, jg^ neaon, 
^^ wob liing, ^^yew, p^ 

the fiugerd ^q ^ neen liing; 
to play on an instrument with 

foo k^liin seTh ; to play on the 

flute, ^^ yft Ie«i5, B^ ^ ' J^^^ X'^^ ^he he; to act a play^ 
chliuy teih, ^ ^ liincr t^iih ; i '{^ ^ y^" '^'^ J obacene playa, 
to play the fiddle, p| ;^ tan ' '/E I^ vin ht3. 




hp^n : to play on the aiiitar, 
$$ p tan k^htn, ^ ^ kob 
•elh, |gf pd ; to play on a 
strin'jed instrument, ^ ping, 
chin ; to play on the harp, 
fl tan k'hm, ig ^ k^hJ^ 
yo ; to play up music, ^ ^ 
tsow yo, 1 p ^ tso v6 . to play 
with, ^ lun^, ^ «p r»d so, 
^ wan, ^ hwan ; to play 
with the hai;d. j^ h6 ;to play 
with water, ^^hwan : to play 
with. aB in fencing or dancintr 

mnsement. ijQ^^ wan lungr; 

tslh kelh, ^Ij keih, ij|fp h' 
lung ; to play and triQe, ||jl[5S 
kwei chaou, f^ ling ; to play 
and sing, Bfii B§ tan ch'hans:; 

Aft ft^^B^to 

to play antics, jfp so, j^ 
he he ; to play ono's part, 
^ Dto ^^^"^ show twan. 
Play, frolic, jj^^ Jlfe be hi, 





Play-day, j^U ^ ^ 
fang kea jih tsz\ 

Players, ^ ^ h^* tgz^, 
li IS Chang yew, |g jg ^ 
"^ le ynen te tsze ; a compauy 
of do. ^5^ h.5 pan. 

Play-fkllow, |§] ^ 3^ 
^ tung he wan chav. 

Playsomk, ^IJC^C^ 
he hwan wan sha. 

Plaything Ij^^wan wuh. 

Plea, defence, ^ ^ soo 

chwang ; pxcuse, ^^ ■jjjj l/huy 

'^oo, It i5^ t ho koo, ^ 1^ 
t'huy wei. 

To PLMAD, Tsickness) ^-^ 
ch'hinor pi'iijr ; to plcad for ano- 
ther, ^f^ shwo tsin^^'; t^ 
plead a cau^'o, ^^ \ 
pabu hon in sze ; to plead « 
request, ?g ^ kau k'h:.w ; to 
plcad an excuse, \^ ^ t'huy 
szC*. 

Pleasant, 



c;nan 16> 





SS $C b4i wia^, 3^ ^ wan l^ j^ kaou hing ^ i^ 



W9 



PLB 



Awlttgk1iiTO«,4fc||k*1^a^. )jac ^ hin he, f^ "SI f"«^» 
15, ^ §^ cirhan^ niel, ^ niiiii^, j|| «eiin, ^ yth, 
)^ yew "taeu, j^ kan, ^ ^ lo, fff hanir, •[£] seun, ^ 
fang; a pleasant day.^^hanu yu, |^ die. Tflq yu, ^ kew» 
t'h.>n; |>leasant journey, ^ 1^ pniig. 'f^yaou, Ujj^ heth, 
l^^^yuen tojpinffenaii ; W^ yaou. Dg liaen, "^yaou^ 
pi. asant prosiiect, ^ '^ fSC ^ fno ^ h*"«, j^^ y^ 
habu king che, $J ^ ^ iiabii ^ e, JgB h-, j^ Lin?, j^ft, 
kwang klncr: plasant lo the »jff hin. ij^ piien, f^ e, f^ 
tagie, 1^ P k ho k'hbw, |(| ; |,;;a, "j^ e. 
^ mei we ; a pleasant hreeze, j Plkasino, ^ ^ k'hwa^i 
3^ iSi l^ang fung. f^ 1^ .thun i chhan-, ^ ^ khwae e, ^^ 
fun^: pleasant discourse, ^ ^ y:.^v tseu : a pleasing; sound, 
gH^ me) i&n. i i|^ ^ e 6hin<r ; a pleasing 

To PLEASfi, ^3hwanf,g| ; connienance, fri ®. ^ ^'^^ • * 
X 16 jIn ; when you please, pleasing style, f^ §| <1 X 
® f^® suy i>3 pSen, ^ fei mei che wan; a pl.nsin? 
^ .E «'}>'^ e ; as you please, ' f^„^^ 5^ ^ ,,. ^„^.. j^ ^ 

ffi iL^ m is 3"y «^ ^«'"^ ; , k^aou jabu, y*;^ kha..s; xv^n; 
pk-ase instruct me, =pf |K 'sm^ „ pl-nsiri? «i>.i|. J^ ^ yu slh-, 
kea^u ; to please tlie eyes, IK ^ g| |g ^ mei k'liae yen 
g yue mah ; to be J);ea8cd, s^^^^, 

Pleasurk, sraiety, JP^ jjf 
fun? lew, 5Jf ^ k'hf^cn 16, ^' 
"the 16, Igi^ycR ^ 

I kae fsTli. ^^ lo. J^ 
y a ch'o-s^ (snn?, HI ynj^fe 
tan, i^ tan, fg tan, J^ ^ 

' 'i-i:;"'jHrt «S. ' " iw ^^2«l^i ease, -^^irnanli^; 
yu M ^: tP9^ '^^^*' .1^"' *« . a man of pleasure, ^ ^ ft 
Jg heu hen. g^ hin, j|]^ liin/. | ^^^^ |- ,,„„^ . ^ pteasure par- 

jgchinir, ]^ mung, fff ^ '^y^ ^^yew he; a pleas'ire 

knn 16, ^. l^heft hg;), 'j% boat, (iJidreputable,) ^ ^ffp 

j|f yut? yu. Sj he, ^ he. ffi^ |,^va chow ; a pleasure hoat, 

■ean heu, ^ |^ heTd fhae, i bwa t'hing ; with pleasurt, ^ 



1^ IP Chung e, -(^ 4t e yue, 
Ht 5 hwan he. jffc f J;^ 
he. § lIS: »^e yu^, >0; Wl 
hin chhnng, 1^51 kaou l»ing; 
pleased |Jf ^ hiu jen,i|'ft IJ 
yue yii. ^ "tJ^ hi:ig yue, '| 
yu, "Jgeow ^lie, -^e, 





PLE 



§70 



PLS 



fj^ hm y^n: pleasure is the 
eaate of pain, ||| ^ W S 
15 shft k'hob yin : pleasure and 

gaiety, Sa ^ p'^*" ^ y; 

take plrasure in water. 5|^ ^C 
15 shway ; volnpiumis plea- 
sure. ^ slh, '^ ^ y»n 1.-. : 
slupifi<;d by pleasure, J^ E 
5^ ^ e sill me clioo ; pleasure 
should nnt be employed lo th4> 

ucmost, i^ ?; «nS «'^ P"' 
k'hb kelh; goorln-ss iR •{» 

chief pleasure, @ W ^ ^ 
wel shin t»iiy l* : the imiierial 
plea-ure, J^ -^ sbanj ch:*. : n 
pleasurable feeling, ^ jg 
tsen i. 
. Plkbitan', ^ t^-e. ^ A 

sho> jin, :i^ i5c p<>''» « W W- 

pth sfn?. i^ "X P^'* ^^"?' "^ 

Pl.EDO' .^^ ch-, ^ »<^«' 

Hf '•'v't K M ^^' ^^'^ '"• -^ 
JhJ- ^ « iPiir* ch • ; to pl'd^e » 

ibiiig, ^'^ J?"in lan- ; to 
pl»dge one's clofhes. ^ ^ 
tang e ; one who pi d-^es ari}- 

Uiin?, ^ •^ c»'*'> ♦''^^; to 
put down |»lc»l«^e*«. Tpf meen, 

^ che, ^ ^ t '^'^ «'' 'w : to 
redeem a pledge, |^ "^ shfih 
tang ; to pledire one's-selffor 
anythinsr, ^ ^^ paoti kwan : 
pledge and repledjije, QUI Q^ 
cliow is5 ; to pledge in p-turn, 



PLEfADESt Jgfi mabu, |^ |^ 
se loh. 

Plevart, ^ j^ mwan 
tsah 

kilin ch'hae. 

Pluxtfocs. -^ ^ fun^ 

shing. iJ shi'nj ^ pa u, ^ 

}|; ch'hun/ rhliih : a plote- 

oiw v^ar. ^ ^ fun:x n^^n, 

ii y*rw n-3en ; do. table, § ]^} 
fimij seib. 

Pi.p.\TiFCL,^ ^nn ^.fow, 
® ^lan. I :. ^ ^ au. 

'irh iirli, fH ^ wei cliow : peo- 
.ile ntim'T-^ns and ^roods plen* 

"f"l ^^fi!}^ min fling 
A'uli foo. ^3 ^& k.V- I8>:'» : 
>lentifnl and d« fivicnt, )^ ^^ 
-!h'*n?^luvae; pltsniifnl liarvt:sL, 
^ Si fnnir t'lnx : enon rf| 
and to spare, ^ M "^ ^ 
i t-sfih yun'jf y- »»' ^•'i. 

j P Mv, ^SS ^UH'^sirnT, 

, -^ ^ f»mir »;||,„ .i| jaon, ^ 

1^ hnqr tselfi. ^^ mow ; a 

period of plenty. ^ ^ shi'ng 

! sill? : pvcry year great plenty 

a^ ^ "/C ^ Li^ii ne»n tA 

sh-Hi : plenty and d«»nrth. ^£ 

^ fun? haou, ^ j^ Whwan 

yfli ^ j^ fnn^ h'^w : the bles- 

flings of plenty, |g ^ fuk 

jang. 



WJp 



vri 



PLO 



PLRTHOft.4, M ^ ]fr Jfl5^ ^'*^"- ^""- • ^^ n'*^^ »" Study, 
koc klie fan? shin^. ^'W^W ^ '»*"^ ""^h sh^ 

Pleura, fl^ Fp J^ M' ; ^-Th die ; to driulL^e. ^ :^ ^^ 
bcuiig chiing p'li^, mo ! ^ ^ yiing k'iieueii ma cho 

Plclrisy, jQ.«fl ^heung , laou. 
diungpfog. I PLopDrn, a Inhorioiis stu- 

Pli.^l«, IR 53 j6w j6, $1 dent, ffl ffff ^U J^ # k'wafl 
jo*-D, f\ ju 11. 55 jucn, j§^ grh che die diay. 
"*^i/to"^ w »<ew : easilv' Ploi>ding. industrious, Hft 
UimrA in opinion, '^ >^ |^ ^^ k'lini laou. 
Afi^ ynnqr « sfiy jin teTh, gg . Plot, of ground, — ^\H 
Aft^j^s^'vjlii leTh e;plia. iytli k'liwai teen, — [g jfj 
bic metal, ^ ^pi'cn : easily : yTli keu te^ii, ^ fiwiiy ; do. 




1^ 



bent, ^ ^j 
wan '''lien 1 1. 

PiT^NT. :^ j'^w. 
^ ^ .^xv in.>n. 1^ 
jow ^ HJS te ne, ^ 



yuBg e 





for a icid nee, ^ ir.iou, 

^ ± RT ill i^ sze'faiig 
j6w. fhob k'lio kfu yay. 

Plot, sclitine, f |* ^ ke 
IsTl) ; a dark plot, ^ ^ .nan 



m"en 



vew 



"^*' j^ te ^ "^^ fl" 55 y*'" '^^ ' ^'*® »*'^^ °f a p^ay 'I^ Bff 

i''^, iff yaivj. M ii" M"*""5 J^"g tB v ; to be in a plot. ^^J 
pliant wood, i^ tig e ne. | ifi ^^ow t^nin^^ >&[ ^ kow 

ToPfTCATE. 1^ iHien, -1^ c'»'''"c^i9^s:angdrnen; 
hc^ tJ? di-. 'T^ ^f;»i- st ^ ^e miw. :^ 

P..IKKS. ^ |5r ^-^ '^•••-^ '^«^>f^*^^ow8ean:r,^|f 
^ ^- k'h;.en t87>, >h fit ^ 1 ''^^" ^'^^ H ^^^ "^ow ; lo 
seann k'hpcn t87>. ^ j plot j^bdlion, ^ ;f^ ^5^ 

Plight, pledif, 'It ^cliTh ftn. ^ Ji^f m'^w iiytli ; to plot 
8in; p^rplexity, ^ R/g tsne niisdiief |^ ^m nv hae. 
glh; condition, ^ ^ htiig Toplough, ^ kang, ^ 
she. l*^) ^ J^^'^ng, M "^"fiT, 

Pliohtkd, ^ ^ # 6^ 
8eang y5 kwo teth. 

Plinth, i^%^ifM 
ehoo teadu szi fnii? keft. ^3 isze, 

j£ {j(| Olio man u6 kiw k'bb 






"""?-^ wa ||J( Tew, ^ t^Sn, 
fUJ i;=.-.n. il e, ig pao.1. ^ 

^ Wi '^^'' •**"<?? 

kiian? ylh, ^ tea. 
S low, ^ gf: hd kan;, j|| 



PLU 



972 



PUD 



kefih, m m U Pow : to 
plough tlie ffroond, Sgf OT'^'^^- 
le^n.H^ ffl c««aou teen, ^j? 
f !»ai»u : lo pUrti<rl» m pairs. ^ 

li'-a ', i)C '*'*« P^ foo. Bfij po 
f^ ie 3^ l^ : to pi* "^li t»»e 
ground ititM furrows, BX I*^^% 
I^cliow.P^ lent?: to nloujh 
with a doubk furrow, §p fi : 
to plough up grass. ^ !^ 
mlMcr isaou: to plough thr^ field. 
H^ ieu^ : to filouL'b with ih'> 
r^iKil. ii^ peih k^ir^r: t- 
ploiii^li with thctoiiipie, "gf ^fff 
pi.*: kiivz ; do. with the eyes 
H ^ niCih k^nsT : to |.loui;h 

diiiffcnlly. /j W •'^^'' "^^l^ 

f R luy ^•xv ^ l>e ; a sort oi 
plou'Hi.^§ piiis». 

PLOrnHSHAHR. ^ ^ I 'v 

le t'how, ^ |«fi<r ^pang. 
Plough lamd, |^ han. 
To PLUCK, flowers or fruit. ' 
rhih, ^ tselh, j^ fif?.^, i 

jJH w>> go ; to pluck n flow- : 

chtli hwa, fQiC n«cn hwa : : 
to pluck or pick, ^ to. ^ ^ i 
shih id ; lo pluck or pull up. ^ 

pa, 4^L^'^*» r^ P^- fl? yen, 

S.fe t'hing, }5 j^ yai>S. 
\ ml^, ^ keua, 9^ teih ; to 




pluck up bv the hand. ^ ^ 
sliow pp. f^ tni? : to pluck or 
gather ^ ||[ tea-; k«-»-=. ^ 

K^isa i^^ »^ae tsau^ 
^chlip. Ijgl rd^.^rhe: to 
phjck on*. Jl\^ (.\\ how. j^ 
hiiii?. i^ yuen. iS i?aii : to 
pluck GUI the siiicw, ^n a// 
chhow kin ; to pliirkoul the 
"yes. ^ > u '. ^ 8^ yo y'-n , 

'o plu -k » ff Sir ^ *^ •^ '''' '■ 
:o phi'*k up cu»iri;re, 'J^ ^J 
flB*^!;.h-. tr^nla^. 

Plig ^^sth tsze, if^ 
f3jj niuh t».>e. 

Pn'M. small species. ^ le, 
^^ -^ le iszi? ; don't adjust 
your hat und'-r a plum-tree, 

^ T ^ ^ ^ '-^ luia |»nh 
chi'niT kw;m • a larger iiiid ffy 
mei. ^ ^ yinvT m'M. ^^ yi"g- 
a *ort of phpii. TJf^ fft isze nan, 




na-. 




m 



vmir. 



nan, 
tso. 





jg chang t6*h'»^ 
^ chp ke. ^ ^ :^ pih shIh 

l-.if ia,^tso^ti^^4 
ta : red plum. ^^ Uung mel ; 

sour plum. |JK fll 8^*" "^^ ; 
yellow plum, fl^ i^ hw&ng 
met ; a black plum, J^ 
woo mei ; apricot, ^ 
hang me?. 

Plumb, a weight, |S <^^^* 




n» 



973 



PLO 




la meen. 



Plvmb line, 1^ |||| cbnn ')C . 
«tog. Plump, suddenly, ^ ^ 

To fLJt%B, to make use of {{now jeu. 
iheplomb-lioe, to ascertain the I Plumy, feathered. ^^ ^ 
peri^udicuUu, W ^ H M to yu maou. 
Jhit yu'ng chun shin chacu i Plindkb, Jg^ is'hane. ^ 



ckinsf 



8*ay. 



tsan llJj is:h, ^ isiii. ^ 




PuMB^rjOZKYLAKDlCAjred. /^ ^ ^^^ l^'^ che Willi ^^ 

H^itt.ven la6 hftiig: do. £»] rs an/ Ue-^, ^ ^ i «^ 
wlii^jlj^^ gjyen la^^ p h i xwik i^lj ^^ »^*^> J^o. |^ [^ 

Plumbki:, §^ JTJ 8,.Th »S,MHJ lu, ^^ l5^^ail;r li'eii, 

^^agJ{5f[gyu^. UJeang,|gf . 1^ ts^aii-, ^J ^jj t\ kee. 

IKyw^u ISO. To PLUM.' ■ ^\\ 3.:n ^' 

Pi.i'MK. ^ % yu maou t^ ^<:6 I n ^" jlii li.iou 1^ >, 

^Xl n<5Jiou maou. - j^ tain, ^cii.: ^ *li w : lo 

To PLUMK, to pick ftiath'Tf. . pluiuJtfr ami uiunl r. ^ ^ 

M^ tseue maou, ^ ^^ kV>w sl.a ^ KX), ^ j^» iK 

kVii mar'ju yii ; to pluiur- or I'io, ^l] ^ p htuiou loo, ^ 

set in ord':r the feathersi, ^| »'".'i'»ii : lo phiiitler and burn, 

Bbwo, %% 80^, ^ seen, ^^"^ ^^ ^l-aou tn, 5^1 ^ k. aiij 

niaju st-tfo. x'c. ^i^ ^ ki anj i« :^m » ; to 

PuMiERiA, acuminata, ^l!^ ! plunder a camj), Jlj ^R- ""''^ 

« rh ^^ t.'»n ^'^'^: ^'^ ^^ ll? 1 '*'' * • ^^ pluiidrr the |K,'opl(», 

k« ch iiun hwa. j ffi-i Mr ^o\v li>\v. 

Plummht, h^ soimd th. | Pix-nukkkk giJj m, p& a'I 
flepth of wnt r. J^E -jr to isz • I U^ariL' fa n is aiiir k. {?. )|^ 'Sj 

^ ;)C :S ifi ^ i'"^" ' '•■^^' •>* 1'^ W. K 'sii'j " ^ 

»hwnv che lo I8Z" : pimnm •« j=j^ is.^anir ma. 
UBvid by rnrfyoiiiers. I^JW '''''^^" ! Tn pLr\or, into fho \vai«.»r, 

}X^' w«!.w-y ji^4l^vv;wi 



«hin5, % ^ tta u to, ^ 
yn**n tny. 

Plu mf. fa!. ^^ cho. ^2 ^-; I f ' pi'.'iiai: iufo li • wm-r ;.».d 
fci m-» ^- ly. Ciiivjf vnii . ^ , ---kmr mu n ain J^ t li Jl ^ 

«in.g'^>n..rt.'/-.'E9^^i . i^ 5C M't j.-.li -lnv-:y y 
pwa9^ E Jtt f'"> Qi^^^■•■^^»i:: a '' ' = ■:'»> "I'J;'. into i!i.' mi 

^* " ' " '^ ^ '^ '^ **^hiu juh ue- climig. 



w 



plump face |aJ5 'iwny. gjg li\v«y, 




PO 



974 



POB 



Plukal. ^ f^ to 8o6 ; sism j po yang hod. 
of do. ^ tsS, ^ isaou, ^; To poach to kill, *game 
tanu'jJP^ rnnn, ^ keun ; men of I clandestinely, lB^ ^ ^ ^ 
virtue, ^ ^ keun lic^n ; he- I t'how ta sang heuh ; to boi| 
roes, ^ ^ keun yini^; men ; sh'ghtly, ^ ^ J^ chob pwaa 
of talent. ^ "^ kt^un isae : ' sliuh. 

teachers ^ '£ iPI '''*''" ^'"^"^ P^ck, ^ chin, 
rann ; for<->^»er!4, ^ g^ e pel : I Pocki T,or purse, ^ ^ hd 
banditti §5 5^ fei U\y ; ni^r- j paou ^ ^ isin ta- ; a |x>ck- 
chaiitsj j§]^shaiii? t'n?. et-hook.^ J^ Si-u chin; a 

PLuuALirfi", ^ -gl k«"eii ' jiockct han'lk"r« liief, -^ i|I 
sh.- ; to direct affairs, wiiliout | shhw kin. ^ fjl han kin : to 
allowing of pluralists. ^ ^ pick (or cm) a|X)cket, 5? ^TO 
^f^J§ kwan sz'i j uli she. ■ Q^ tsern h5 piioti : a |K)cket 

Plus, in arithmetic, Jl^ ' 'li«'i narv. and leiter writer, 
krang. . ir Jfeti J^ lit kiang hod 

Plush, ^ ^ mnnn po5, Ichsh tah. 

PoCKKT-MONKY, J^ J^ 

hi!<'n tsc^n. 

To ForKKT. an nffronl, Wg 
kelh k'hwei. 

PoCK-FRKTTFn. ^ ^ J^ 




Jung, H k., :f^ ho. if 

kt U JOO 59^ 1^ «*U!)<r leu, J^ 

■^ 3> ^ ilflie shaog 






nia 'U yuchuy nia.iU. \ye\v pan ma. 

Plu t . ift ^ 3E te tsang ; pw an. 

POCK-.MARK.^ ^ mi tSZfe, 

•win h in : |>ockmark- 




wanir, |ai HI y » wang. 

Pluvial. -^ PH to yn. 

To ni.Y. in 1-iiriiinj ^ fflj 
fl^ ^ ^ Ii.-o urh sh* ^t^ill 
die ; 10 ply tin*, oiir. J^ ^ 
Iw'tSi'ang; to ply, or bend, 
J^ \^] wan U'hcfih. 

Pxeu.matics. 5KT sSc k'h^ 

h«"n. 

PM-LMATOLOGy, j|[ 

shin le. 





tow 



P of pras, ^ ^ 

Po. AOKA, P M ^ keS 
fung I'huiig. 

Pas DA Ri A, fetida, 
ke she tan^. 








Po^YAN« lake, Kl g| ^ ! ko 



PcENv (small), 55 y^ 
PoEM,f$ she, ^Iftsha 



r 



PM 



975 



POl 



Poesy, Up ffj she 8Z^ ; the ' -^ |{jf she Uuli, ^ lelh : Hie 
art of makuig ix>e8y,. ^g^ briiilii p<»iiit of a 8|)ear, j^ 
she bed. ^i y^^<^'* man*:^ ; tlic i>oint of 

Poet, f^ \, ehe jln, j^ an awl. M Jj ^ ^^^^V >'^"'^* 
1^ fung baou, ^ \ saou mo, Ifllp chuy nianir ; dd 
i'» ill K ^^"^ J'", i^ ^ dlie ' of ;a neetlle, ^\ \% chin 
""^> It IH s'*^ P^h; poets I tsiuy ; the 'point of the tongue, 
generally, |^ ^ she kea ; ' "^5^ she tseen ; the point jof 
poet laureate, f^ f^ yu she. I an arrow, made of stone. 

PoETKss, 53^kwei sew. ' nod; a point in wrilimr, 

PoETBY, f^ she ; a family keuen ; a point of land, X^f ke ; 
devoted to f>oetry and letters, a sharp i)oini, tS "^^^"r"; point 
"^ ^ ^'M «'»*' shoo ch.t I in view,]^ In] e ^'^^^^^^] t^»c 




kea; to write poetry, ffr ^ ; point of a weapon, ^.^ ^ 




fuiiir. ^^ 
^ ^ pcih 





(an. 

Poignant words, ^ij J^ 
H«| |]5 tsze jin teth \i\\k ; 
]K)ignant satire,^)] tszc, |^>[l!j 
ke tgze. 

PoiGNAiiD.^jJ keen, ^^ f^] 
twan keen. 

PiUXciANA pulclreirima, ^ 
7£kin fung iiwa. 



ISO she; the subject of |)oefry l gaoii, 

g^^she sz'i ; ilie form of ' p'eaou, 

jwerry has undergone many |K)int of a iwMJoil, tjl 

changes, g^^ ^ ^ site j wpi. |p yin;,S P^j"^^ ^^"'* ^'^y^> 
the to p.Vin : bland |)oelry. ^ i ^ ]||] juy kan ; tli-. points of 

» 1$ ^ yi'i"^ '»wuy slie yo. \ the conij)ass, |79 ^ J\ "^ 
Poet's corner, |^- j^ she j ^ze m.en pa fung, ^ ^ s^^e 

fang, Hl^sze hang, t!H 16 
sze kerji ; j)oint or stop, > 

To POINT ^ ciie, iff yii 
^ hmijT, ^ hwuy ; to point, 
(o. ^§ ^ che hwuy ; (o point 
to the heavens, ^ ^ chij 
t'hcen : to |X)int<#ut the line of 





,.^ - ^, Juty. pg A shinir jln ; to 

Point, ^Z juy, ^ tsecn, point with the hand,4=^show 

mang, *IJ tsze, |Si| go, |g ; ,,,.^ ^ B ^^ ^,^^ ,^^^,^^^^ ^ ^ 

le; the Poi»^ofa knife, JJ ^^ ,,Uh hwuv; to p.int out.f^TK 

S"^"""'2i^ ^""^^ »^"y, .chosinV^i^ S*ch^te<M), jg 
i^ mang, ^Jpcaou ^,^ j,^,i„^ .^, ^ Jj^ ^,,^,, 

ofan arrow, ^ f^ laou loo, jchih; to pojm out and blame, " 

A a 




POI 



976 



POL 



keen ; to jjoint out errors, ||| apply poison, ^^ ^^J*;!!! 
^ slung k'eeii: to point out ' tuli yo ; i^isoned wine, @J Jg 
and direct, ^ Tfi che sW, ^ ' chin (sJw, %^ }§ tsin tsew, 

^ die she, T^ chlnh, 5f ftlJS <^»»'" «s^^- 
woo ; to point out ilie riiiht way, 
^ 3* kVe teili, ^ jbing^ 




taou, ^n teen, 



To POISON, STC 1^ chin 
sha, ^ ^ tuh hae, ^ ^ 
ifttecn,^ !SS ch- tfih bzp. ; lo p)ison a scrcaai 
leen ; lo point a book, g^ ^^ ^ t u]»^ k'ho j (o p.)i:»on a 

pt*rson 



cliob, US #tcen shoo ; to point p,.rson, ?p ^ \ tuh sz^ jiu. 
at in wiiting. M^ %\\ f*«"-j Poison(»us, ^ tuh, ^ 
I6ze ; to point to, ^ |^ e>:an. j ,seih^ ^ ^^ J^ 01 ^aou la ; 
shay : to point with a stick, ^ ; poisonous drugs, }g ^ t'ung 
iuh,i(^^cbangche :to|K)inii la ; poisonous language, ^ 
out and instruct, jfiS ^ she W tuh yen ; a poisonous pre- 
kcanu, |g| 7J^ kwan she. paratipn, g[ koo, ^ m koo 

Pointed, 1^ ^ ts'han yo; he ordered him to be poi- 




tscen, Jg tsi", SKI J^yi ^ f*] 
iny le. ^ ]^ tseen ting. 
j^ juy, ^ ^ ftinir niJing : 
i^j"yr^ tseen, |§ bwuy ; 
a iKunted weapon, ^ wan, ^ 
iin : iHMUtcd lauji^uage, ^ "^ 
ts'hin it«'h«^« ; |K)inted instruc- 
tions, 





ehiii keae ; |>ointed 
remonstrances, ]^ gJJ chin 
k&n,i^^gi3g6. 

IN>INTLEBP, ^ ^ woo 

woi, ^ ^ WOO mang ; blunt, 
i$ tiin. 

To P^'ME, |3t J^ 
keaou k'hine chuiijr. 

PoiHON. ^ tuh, ]f5!| 
rhin tiih, j^^chin tuh, 
ke, ^ lfw>", 5S taing ; moral 
poiHon. SB. :^ koo tuh ; a slow 




poifion, JiVf ^ tscen tiih ; to 



soned,f^|^;^sh:' chin che ; 
to take poison, ^g ^p ftlh 
tail. 

To POKE, J^lJ tsze, ^^ chuh. 

Poker, for stirring the fire, 

yC tX '^^ chang. 

Poi.AR stSLV^i^ ^f-j^pth 
tow sinir, 5^ foo, 5^ ^ kwei 

sin?, it >^ P^*^ «'**"• 

Pole, j^S chwang, =^ ^ 
kan t8ze;do. for carrying with, 
^ kungr ; the pole of a sedan, 

keaou keang ; short do. 

kea:Mi tin ; a pole for 
carryiniT burdens, ^ ^ tan 

>^^"> Si Sfe ^" t'heaoir ^ 
^ p^jen tan, J^tsung; the 
pole of a carriage, ^ yuen 
^ ipl leang chow ; the poles 
of a cart, 1^ pp keu foo ; pole, 




POL 



977 



FOL 



ts(n chow kan; a |Poleor stick, 
fppdtig; a pole used as a sig- 

shoo ; pole of 



forpushin^ a boaf, ^ chang, I ^ ^ nio shili ^\\ t^ aoii. ^ 
"" hwa, ^ kaou, jM kaou. i isho. ^ tsho. J^ kwan J^ 

gems, ^ ^Te yuh, ^ S^ 

U6 m5, ]^ 5 k»*Q- >"*' : 
"«JtW^> 3C »hob; pole of like cutiin? and polishing. ^fU 
wood, — il^ ^ y^h lea-ii ^ ^fl iS jo^ c^o joo- md, 
muh;lhe north ik>Ic. ifc ffi :|^ hwan^ hwR,^ : to polish 
plhkpih; ihf south do. ^:^ ivory ^^ ^ l"^* fseaii^ 
nankeili ; the |K>le of the hea- * jgy j |.olisht-d hone. 3^ ya. 
\^i:l^^i'Uevn kelh : rhc j Polishcid. ^ ^ ^ waii 
pales of the rqnaior, 0^ ^ IV teih. 
isclhkcih ; do. of the ecliptic, j Pijlitk, ^ janu. 
H^hwant^ ke!h. i 1- jang ; }»r»lite literature, 

To POLK, a hoat, ^] ^ "^ wan chnnjf ; jKilite and 
is% cliwiii, i(lj liwa :Jj^ hwa. j genteel ^ ^ yew lc-. ^ j§ 





a? 








^ chanff 

l«ng, ^ 



Ix B^ y'W le nia/.u telh : |w»- 

lite intercuurse, 4f yu, A. IjA 

P^n, f©^ 5E Jw P^ ^®*"- il!a3c J" f* le keaou ; polite 

chimin, ^p r^ c^'^ng kaou;; manner of speaking, ^ ||§ 

to [lole across a river, ^^ P? 35 ^^'^" ^e tclh hwa ; po- 

chang to'). lite and ni/repahl**. §§ |^ wan 

Pt»LE-CAT, ^ IpI ch'how tst^ay : th».- six |K)lite arts, 3^% 

maou. ' ^^ luh ^ ; a |>olite man, ^ 

Police, officers, P^ J^^ !i 6^ A <^»«^ •'^^''^ j»", 5^ 

man pan, ^ f^ yay y ili, ^ , *® "^ * -'-' *^ '"'^ '•- 

^ y;h tsuh, ^ '" 




^ pno yihj POLITIC, Q 

Jp-^i9abu'{>^#J lin'4le.' 



g^ A '"^"^ *"*' ^^^h jin. 

kc k'hcabu 




U.^iKP^^ yTh;do. nm- j Politics, ^ j^ kwo 
n^-rs,*^ ^ k'wae pan ; ni<,dit ; chmf-, ]^ ^ chi'n^ sz •, f^f 
|H)lice, i^ Ji! pa-Sn chth. j P^ ;^ ^ yay mun che s^^: 
^ vuon ch'ha, p ^ yu^n , to tnlk ahont ptditics, ^ fg^ 
dr ha, j^ ^ ynon yih, % I 1^ H-X ^" '"^ '^^^ chi'ng, 
^tBaoujian.^)^ pooling, p IfjJ; ^ keang ching szc. 



^|g;|)Oiyt» 



PoLL.oftlie head, j(^ hwan: 



To poLi8H,^:)tiH5 kwang, j ^ sin, ]H P^ tingmCm, 




Pol 



978 



POM 




f nabu leap. 
To POLL, the hair, ^ 
tsoen fa ; to pojl at an election 

A 

s 



POLYPODE, ^ pl to ke5. 
Polynesia, ^ j|^ 

POLYPODIUM, ^ ^ ^ 



)ll at an election, Polypodium, •& 
A ^ ^sCiy j'm keenj fcwuh tsuy poo. 
«enj,n, ^M^ ^ ^^'^^^ | Polyptts, ^ |^ seih 





seuen iso sze, 

Poll-tax, # ^ ^ 
ko t'how hwan Icang. 

Pollen, of a flower, if^ ^>7 
Invafun ; fine flour, 7^ ^ 
(sing meen. 

PoLLurn. ^ ^ jen woo, 
9T woo, */f ^ woo wef, jftl^ 



1 s( 




woo,ir3r j5^ woo^,, ,_ 

y^ clien woo, 55 i7 ^eeii j^ ^ 

woo; polluted, ^M.M ^^wan^jff^^jyiljl;^ 7L sin yew 
chuh, )}^ B^ irnan (san ; a |)oI- te to shin clio jiii. 
luted age, ^^ "jH; chuh slit?. 



!iwan, ^^^w, fe fl»f. peTl 
p^ pcth chung seTh y>\\. 

POLYTKCIIMC, ^ ^^ ^S 

lo'shbw e. 

PoLVTriRTSM, ^^2 'i^ 

pih shin che tze. 

Pdlythkisits, '^ ^^ 

lo 




PoLT, — • ^ y ih ta, 5j 



"P ta y ih hea. 




PoAiATTM, {«^ ^ yon cho. 

PuMKGKANA'I'i:. ^j^ 

Rhih lew, ^ ^ shjh lew ; 

Poltroon, ^ ^ n6 foo. ; (-goit of do.) ^ ^ j5 J^w : 

Polyanthus, tnberosii?^ fl.»wer of do \^ 'X I'^^w '»<>:^ 

^ ^ ^1 yay hcang Un, j^^ , ^ ^ shih lew hwa 5 poeti- 

^^ y*0' ^*'^''^**^'^''' ^'"* name of do. "i^ jjjt Ian 

^ S5 tol»cu to nyu chesszo. .' Po.MrurT, Ojq ^ ch'ancr 
Polygon, ^ ^] jj^ to keo : hsw, ^ j|| chang choa §]^ 

PoLYOOXL'M, kiiot-frrap? Si Pommkl, of a saddle, ffi3? ^ 
*^ lung kob. »|j^ yuu'j. 7^ g| j ||f] ^fj gnan che yuen t'how ; 
pcen heuh, ^ A. ^ <»i'i'»g I poniinid of a sword, j|jj "j^ 
]\u y"- : polygonum tinctarium. ; k«"(^ji show ; see hilt. 
^ ^ Ian t3abu ; do. aquati- To pommel, 3>S chuy, "** 
cum, TfC ^ s''"y kcaou ; do. - chwang. 



amphibiuni, >|C ^shwny hnirj 

POLYHKPRONTJ^ ^^^ 

to peen che hing. 



Pomp, p^f ^ fiin hwa, ^ 

^ ynncj. hwa, ^M, weifung, 

the t'hung ; [>om)>9 and 




PON 



9?d 



POO 




Tanitics of the world, ^ ^ i hwang, ^ ^ koaoii wung. 
■jft^fanhwa she kcae. ^j Pontificate, ^ ^^ 
^ wei she, |§ ]^ t'he m'din. ' ^ kemiu hwanir che she. 

Pompous, ^^cliinjj suh^ : Pontoon, ^ J^ ^ ^ 
f£ keaou, Jffi" "/T hpii ta : a ' se kwa peen cliwan. 
pompouB essay, ^ ^X 1^ j P^^^y, >Jn ,^ seabu ma, ^ 
poochang wan szA. "X "^a tsze, |^ ^ kcu Uz^, 

PoMPiON, ^ii: ^ JO^ fan J^ ^ ma ken. 
nail kwa, 3E 1J\ wA ng kwa, f| Poor,, fg chaon, Jt^ ch^, j^ 
^ hwang kwa, ^ iH teen j »ang, ^ pang, tt WRtig, '^ 
kwa. ^ , k'hiMm, j^^ yuen, ^ k'hcu, 

Poxn, ^^chaou, ;f{fit chrj, )!fjt tsow, ')|| hwang ; semicir- 
'a"? i^ pang, )i^ ^ wa ; <'"1'Y do. ^^ 7]^ pwan sliwiiy, 
chS, ^7^ tans: ch^ Jr^ k'hcu ; ! /i^ JOl Pwan che ; to pass do. 
a fish pond, j^ i^ yu chS, ^\M^ yew pwdn. 
^yn tang : a pond on a hill, | Poop, of a ship, ^ ^ ^ 
5JC i^ shwuy len.1. chwan how Idw. 

Pond- WEED, ^ ^^ ^ yen 
ch^ fsae. 

To POvnFTR, ]^ 

sr\n(r/^^rhm dio, ^,^ _, ^ ^ , . ,_ ^, ,^ 

§ '""en, ;j@ ^ mv-n s-ang, | ^ han kca; a poor person, 






Poor, "^ pin, ^ keunir, 
ffiic Pe.5|! han, ^ p6; a i)oor 
scholar, |||:J^ han sze, f 

"oT pin sze; a poor family, ^ 




^> JjaJ sze m"en. j^ 




^jc^**^ 




^ i^ tins: 1 TO ho ; do. and distressed, ^ 

_ tan, ff^ tsinir, l^keunsrk'hob, ^ || pm 

'^JLl^shin yin, Bf lew: to | keung. ^ k'hnn^r, ^ || 

p«>nd.-r over tlio ancionts. ® ! '<*hwTn keung, ^UStan han 

chiinir WHO wan ko j ^V- yif lan po, ^ ^ t-,, p^^ 

IVvDKROU.S, ^ clMing. JJL : W ^^^^^^^: ^ jSS P'" Y^^j ^ 

tliiii chung, 3fe 2L ^'^''^^ ' 7*5* ^''\" k'hob; poor and mean, 
Chung. '^^P'" tsetjii, ^ pg pin 

Pontiff, hiu'h pri«*s(. ^^^ low, ^5^1 '^w pin; poor 
chob tsS, ^ ^ 1^ A. c'»«o ^"^^ destitute, "^ ^ pin fa, 

tse show jIn, ± ^ % ^ .^ ^'^''" ^» S i® « 

chob t»^ yuen k'hwoi ; a chief tseue, J^ fl^ lo to ; poor treat- 

jH religious matters, ^ ^ ment, ^ ^ po tliae ; a poor 

chob keaou, ^i^ ^ keaju fate, ^ ^ pd nn'ng ; pooif 



POP 



9S0 



POP 



1 





and miserable, ^ ban, ^ 
lea. J^ ^ keoog k'ob : poor 
and blind, ^ ^ K^"'^- *»^ : 
poor and uupolite. ^ M" keu 
pin : poor land, ^ Jl tselh 
I'hob, J^ Ueih. ^i^'heaou. 
^ k'licaou, ^ ^ Iwan 
Iwan; a poor lane. [5^ 
low hang ; poor food. ^[ 
g5 &hih ; |K>or virtues, ^ff^ 
leang tlh ; poor p^Of»le who 
may b*^ pitied. ^ A kIuj j:ii : 
poor presents. ^ fg j>(i I;- : 
poor abihiies, |^ Tf* iseen 
t«"aA : poor and yet happy, ^ 
rfa^pindrh lo:|K>or whi •, 
5S le» ^ ^ P'» I* w ; Uij 

P^""' ^ ^Pi" "iiii : poor 
in spirir, j^ if^ hou sin • ),o r 

and penny less, jffi ^ \v«j6 
t8»~r^n : jKHir without flaitrry, 
ft rfff iE|g pin urh woo 
cben ; poor |)eopIe nqnire |»a- 
ticnce, ^ ^ ^ ;^; keunj; 
8CU yaou jin. 

Poorly, ^ |^ wet ping. 

To POP out, ^ ^chwanjr 
ch'huh ; to pop out of a hole, 
^ tsiih, 5t Ff:^ 2^ J[} heueJ i 
chung tsuh chlifih. j 

Pope, ap uned by tlie Ro- ' 

manirits, ^ 3E f^« W^.n.r. ^ j 

S^ReanL' wan« ^ ^ l<ca'>u 

hwaag, ^ f(l 3E kcanu hwa 
Wang. 




Pop K DOM, ^p[^ ^ Ji^ 

keaouhwana chi* !<he. 

Pofcrx, ^ joj ghay tiing. 

P>piN Jay. |f| ^ yini:: ko. 

P..PLAR, ^tselh. 1^ ^ 
4^ fung wei sang, ^^^ 
plh yang sbo k 

Popi.oe8, under the knees, 
^ ^ Kwu chub. 

Poi'pv. 5e ^ 3? yin #sz« 
siih "E :^ vin? siih, i^ >fij 
yinsr sih 3i Jig f^ 7"'^ »"*^> 

hwa 3E ^ A ft y"^ "^"* 

iin hva ; p. ppy heads ^ 5^ 
]^ villi! »«uli k'hew q| ^ -^ 
yiiig si5h !«/>. 1^ ^ sfib 
kuh. M 5^ ^& ^ ^^o yung ; 
iht' wild {K>ppy. ^ hin. 

Poi'ULACF, ^ niin. ^ ^ 
s'loo mill, /J> ^ dc^abu m:n, 

Witt p:J« ?»»»-'_ 

Pom LAR,|^PJf §? ^ mm 

8*> h^ ffiiae ; i>opular opinion, 

l^ M^ •»>=» ''r K 'C> '"^" »i"; 

l>opular saying. |^ ^ sub 
yii : popni.ir ruler, ^ ^ J^Jf 
^§ i^ 5E ^hoi min so fung 
wei wang. 

POPULAKLY, ^ ^ ift 6^ 

^ e pTh sf ng telh yang. 

Population, ^ \U hoS 
k'bw ; the first denotes families 
and the otb :r individual.; po- 
pulatiof^ returns, |^ Jp^ pan 
iseTh, )^^ pan to6 : a list of 
the population, ^ f^ m'ln 




r 



PW 



961 



POR 




PORPHVRY, l^lfe^lfeC 

jQ plh pan che hfiof; eliTh. 
Porpoise, JI ^ kcan^ 

choo, p: f^ keaug tun, ^ 
poo, :^ IR shwuy tun, J5J ^ 
lid lun, ^ ^^ choo yu ; a sort 

°f ^^- 3Sl .4 ^^5 y«- 

Porridge, S kan^, J|gf 



po5 ; do. numerous, ^ fS. 
yiin cblh ; tiie population daily 
iDcreasing, ^ ^ H 5^ sang 
chte jih an. 

PoPfTLOUS, A^'gy^ jJD 

yen heu to, A. "fe ^ ^ J'" 
choo metli mcTh. 

Porcelain, S^ n§ '^^S k'he, 
SlflszUhe, ^H Uze 

clay, I 



t'hang ; rice |K>rridge 
pi sth : porcelain I mechuli, f^ chcn, ^ ^ ; see 
i(0: S i^ "^ pTli coii'^ee ; porridge of millet. 






tun tsz». ^JK^ pill tun \ ^ chene : porridge pot, fi^ -^ 
18ZC ^ i tsz-- t'hob. I kwnii tsze. 

POHCH,^l®yeW la"|,! POIIIUNOKR, ^5B A^^ 

^ ^ cirhwan linj;, ^ kelh chuli teth wan. 
woo, J bea, )jgp M >ang woo ; ', p^^,^^ *^ ^ few t1idw, 
entrance of a house, P^ W ; *J^ Q keana klibw, ^ tJ 
mun k'hbw ;8lied in front of do. j \^^ k'hbw, ^ p^ hac mun '» 
'**" cheu pfing, ^ ^ ' landing place in a river, ^ " 



kung pung 

PORCI'PINK, ^^ 

clioo. 1^ wei', ^^ wei, 
clie, Wi tseun. 





tseen 
iiaou, 




ma t-h6w, ]^ ^ ho pan ; an 

anchorage for ships, J§^^ 

^ wan chwan che ch'hoo ; 

^ haou j a jMjrt clearance, ^ ^ hung 

Pore, ^^ k'hcabu ; all the j tan •, lo take out a jxjrt clear- 
porea, ]gf ^ pth k'heabu ; the ; ,,^^6, Hj j^ }{? chuh hflng 
pores of the skin, ^ ^ maou p^^ ; n fjort liolc, 'j!^ §^ p'aou 
k'hunff, -^ ^ maou k'heabu, yj^n, ^ tee. 

^^maou kwan. I Portable,^ ^ .^r^ .^ 

PoKK, ^ I^ choo julu ^ yCng e pwan 6 ; a portable fur- 

e, W teen : pork fat, ^ ^ ■ nace W wei, ^^ ^^ li5ng 






choo yu, %^ lie kaou, ^JUj 
choo yew. 

Poi:kling, ^^J'^ ^ seabu 
choo. 

Porous, ^ ^ to k'liung. 



tsa<Mi. 

PonTAGR, ^ I? pwan fci. 

Portal, ^J^ j^*f seabu mun, 
pi^ P mun k'hbw ; portals of 
bliss, ^ 1^ t'heen kwan. 



POR 982 POS 

PORT-CIIAJIGES, ^^ yj^ ; PORTMANTFAU, ^ ^ 

J^ W cluv&ii wan p6 che fei, paou fuh,^;j* ^h»i»g Ih, 
^ ^ cliwan cliaou. ' Portrait, j^ sgang, 




Port-cullis, i^ P3 ^^^" W, '^^* fleang, ^ ^ hlriir 
inut^ ^ P5 '^^"^" "^^"- I S(iang, ^ ^ ymg seang, g 



To PORTEND, ^7^ ^^ & ^ loo scang. 
ya seen cliaou chliuli, 5t ^1^ Portugal, p^ j^ ^ 8ft 



^jfj ^ seen clmjii niing pTh. yang kwo, 7^ j|§ ^ ta se 

P0UTKNT0lS,'gj^.^1^ yang,'|f ^|{|J ^ ^ g| 

kwae e foi clmntr ; portentous poo urli too go luh kwo ; the 
omens, ^ SSCil^ ^IL ^^^'^ P*'^'^ Portuguese, j^^ f p A se yang 
cho choou ; wouUerful, ^ ^t;- jin. 

kSe. , ToPosE,l4Aii^i!S 

PoRTKR (a bearer.) jJtTC keaou jiu seang puh keae. 
t1u aou (oo, J/j'J y^ tan foo.jij ' Position, ^ ^ fang 
^ kio 1*00, ^ M too Ilia, p^ nieen, Jjjl j|^ t6 wei, ^ ^fc 
^^niun shang, p^ ^ niiin ff"an wef, ;^ ^ te she, ^ 
laze. P^ iV "^"" ^""J? ; «^ l^r- ' gy king she ; a position, ^ 

ler, at a gafe, |^ hwan,^^^ *^^"' <^ ^^^®» f£ ifc ^ei tsze, 
^uj chang nidn kbw ; to act as . )j^ )g[ tsoo wei. 

jiorter, ^4 ^ "^'"^ hwan : a Positivk, explicit, ^ 4^ 

|K)rter to the Ini|vrial harem ^ tlh tih ; a!)solute, — ^ 

A hwan jin, ^ :^ hwAn ylh ting teih ; real,i^ ^ 

pze ; a porter to ilie palace, ^ shih isae tcTh ; stubborn, ^ 

^kwanyo; a jK>rtcr'8 knot, — • chlh ylh. 

^ kung. ^ POSITIVRLY, — ^ yth 

Portico^ ^ ll[J yow lang, tmg, ^ ^ (wan twaii, ^ 
PM |J:-mun low; a fuivilion, ^ tmg jeii, i)^ ^ peTh jAn ; 
» "jpting {S7.^^, |K>siiiveIy required, ^ ^ 

Portion, ^§|^ fun glh,^ ^ ^ keue jen sen yaou, |^ 
fiin tsze, Hx"? *^^^ l^^'^' iK^ woo pelh yaou ; will 
^ ^ fun nee ; a part, — • j^ |K)sitively go, -^ ^ keuc 
yih k'hwa^ ; a |)or(ion appoin« klicii ; to represent a thing 
ted by Providence, ^^yupii ! |)o;?iiively and negatively, jE 
fun ; a marriage portion, 5^ ^ J^ ^ ^ ^ clifng pelli 
f-W p'hiiig le. I fan j^eih die iiin. 




POS 



983 



POS 



To possEsfl, ^ yiw, ^ 

^21 y^^ ^^"^9 5E "^ ^*^ show, 
l^^kwei gnb; to iiossess 
^n a slight degree, ^ f^ yew 
shaou; not yet in possession^ 
^^ ^ we yew ; to possess 
every Uiing, |ffi ^ jjfC ^ 
wodsb puh yew ; with regaid 
Co riches possessing the empire., 
^ ^ ^ 1C foo ybw t'hcen 
hesu 

Possessed, with thedevil, 
_ J^ hwaA kwei ; vulgarly, 
P. ^ shang tang. 

Possession, ^5 pjg k^ "««) 
^ H kea neS, M M ^^ 
clian ; in one's possession^ ^ 
ES'ft ^^ tung se tsae show; 
demoniacal possession, ^ ^f 





iwan, :^ k'heC, ^ 8o«. 
^^^ tlh ; to drive a |K>st in the 
eround ^^ ta chwang, ^ 
y^ chwang keuc ; a post over a 
grave, J^ kce ; the [)09t of a 
door ^ kwan ; a post to which 
animals are tied, :|:^ yth, ^ 

y^Sf S^ T^ ^^ yang ; a post 
to which boats are tied, ^-^ 
ts'hang, ^ t'hnng, ^ ko, 
]^ ko, ^^ chwang : upri<?ht 
and slanting posts, ^ ^ 
che woo ; a post for tying a 
horse to, jj^ chwang ; do. a 
cow, J^ chi'h ; a post or stake, 
^choo, ^ ewan,^ yth. 

Post-station, ij^ 

choo pelh ; a |)ost-horse, 

^ ylh ma,^^yih ma, 



t'heaou shin ; to take possessi- leu, 'fjf^ M k'hwae ma, ^ 




thing in possession, ^ ^ 
tlh wiih. 

Possessor, gg ^ nee 
chob, ^ ^ A y^w die jin, 
^ ^ wuh chob. 

Pos BIBLE, "RT ib ^'^^ "^^S, 
ftS:1l5l5ftts6tlhlaateih, 

possible? ^^e tsae, g^W 
^ ^ hwo yew we ting. 

Post, or pillar, ^ '^ che 
choo, 5^ choo ; wooden post, 
?k ^ mu*» chwang, ;^ kung, 
'^ t3uy, ^ ban, |^ hwan, 
tung,;gylng,f^ t'hang, 





che vTh, ^ ^ yew yth, 

i|!ll yth Chen, fj W W '»^"? 
shoo shay ; a |X)st-hoUie, ^ 

^^ yew tins:; a post on a Jour- 

ney, ^ |S yth chlng ; a 

po3t carriage, ^^keu ; a luilita- 

ry station, ^]^ pabu chang, 

is? ?iL y^°g «'^- .-5, 

Postage,^ ^ sfn tsze, 
^ ^ pin tsze, f^ ^ Ufew 

isze. 
Post-boy, ^ ^ k'liwt^ 

ma. 

Postdiluvian,^ ;fC ^ 
hung shwuy how. 
Posterior, 1^ ^ fi^ 
Bb 



984 



POS 



unci h6w tah, ^ ^ ^ how 
laetelh.Bg*^^ wan laS 

telb. 

POSTXRIORS, 1^ ^ p'hfe 
koo. 

Posterity, ^Jef how 6, 
JSjg niea6u e, 3* S ""^ 
sun, H '^i,_J&. J8 I""'" 

«. ^ S ^S taw .^. 

1^ hdw ye, 11 yi^ W "huw, 
Ji»kw«k6,» e;wllh- 
out potterily, (® J^ tseuiS 
hfiw J numeroua posterity, ^ 
tBUDg, ^ ^ ^ IS ''BZ^ sun 
lung ahf ng. 

PUSTERV, ^ P5 how 

man , j^ ^ /J-» P^ ang h6w 



Beaou mun. 



POBT-HASTR, f^ H ^ 1^ 

ylh ma che k'liwae. 

PofiTHOMOUS worki ^ ^^ 
i Wan, 3a ^ 6 flhoo ; a posu ' 
humous Bon, J^^ ^^ 
wan lag teth Isze, £ ^ ^ 
moo snng chay ; posthumous 
name, tE ^ ^ ^ szfe how 
die ch'hkif, ^ alie ; the a- 
voidcd or dreaded name of a 
parent or ruler after death, ^ 
^ hwiiy mln? ; when alive 
iheir designation is called a 
name, and when dead, an a. 
voi Jd name, ^ H g Jg 
H ^ flang yu£ ming sz^ yu« 



hw^y ; his poBtbumoiu or avoid- 
ed titia was the filial king, ||t 
^ ^ ~E hwiiy yuS heaou 
Wang ; a poalhumoua title 
given to an emperor, ^ j^ 
mes6u ha6u. 

POST.UOK, jp yi. ^ ^ 

tsewiflza^gEi^^Ua tacw 
wze, ^ jg ^ ohang ma 
chiy, 

PosTAiis, courier, ^ ^^ 
J^ iBeea Ih ma ; letter carrier, 
^ W ia ^ tai shoo Bin 
chay. 

PoBT-BtEBiDiAH, T^^bea 
wo6,igl'^kw6 wob. 

PoBT-oFPicE, private, gg 
^^ Sling Bin k€a; public, 
IB^ylhyk, 

TOPOBTHONE, ^<^h0W 

che, J^ J^ ^ h wei how, ^ 
)^ pah kelh; to postpone 
a promiae, ^ ^ siih nO ; to 
put anything last, ^ ^ 
vt 1& f^Qg tsae how peen ; 
to delay till afterwards, ^ 
^ f^ 1^ kS tsa^ how t'h6w, 
^ JglBeenySn,® jfj^ yeA 
kri ; (o )>ii( off till the end, ^ 
iSpIc f fi l«w tsa^ m5 tBeei^ 
^ tIc 10 It'lie che mo U5«, 
^ S ;&^ 5^ ISw k'hi 
yd m5. 

PosTscBipT, ^ W^ ehny 
peYh, ^p6jP. S. in a letter, 
3C^ y«w keUi; tlie addenda 



POT 



MS 



POT 



to A boo|£ or writing is called a 
p«»crip.,S*^^Haj 
shoo wan tsze how yu« pQ. 

To POSTDLATE, lO TCqlltle, 

^ ^ *^y^"' it ^ 

fhabu ya6u, f^ §^ t'habu ad ; 
to beg or ask, g ;(^ k'helh 
klt^w. 

PosTDLATR, fliipposidon U- 
Bomed, ®I ^ ;^ 3if bJ) Wen 
cbe e ; gratuitoua aasumptioD 
«E « ^ « woa kin 
che twan. 

Pobtuee, condition, ^ w j 
hing she ; situation, ^ ^ i 
fang wei ; attitude, ||^ ^ g 
yflng ; carriage, ^ j|; yflng 
cM ; posture making, ^ |$ 
ko woo, ^ iSE peen Been, ^ , 
5g wob y6 ; to make postures 
^ ^ ta wob ; posture mas- ' 
^r, 1^ K wob Bze. I 

Post, bunch of flowers, — ! 
^ ^ ylh pa hwa. I 

Pot, for dressing food, ^ 
IJ5 foo tsaog; an earthen pot, \ 
^ ^ I'hob kwnn, ^ fow, ! 
►II fow, ^ gang, ^ knng, | 
^ ping; an iron pot. |f 
!uy, ^ ra ow, ^ hwfl ; a pot 
for wine, ^ ho6 ; a pick! e 
poi,il^tfingpow,^g 
pow low ; chamber do, ^ ^ 
pe^nhod. 

Potash, |P|[ kan, ^ kiien, 

IK ^f* S fi^uy ^*^^^ yen, 



IiiKS)Cw^JS"hw^ 

POTATOB, ^ shofl, Ijy q| 

y hd Ian shod, ^ ^ BhoA 
iszfe ; sweet potaioe, ^ » 
fan shod, ^ ^ shod yu, ^ 
^ shod yii. 

Potation, of wine, ^ — 
R^ tsew ylh bb. 

Pot-belwed, ^ ^ pan^ 
chang_p )f^ pang hang, -^ 
hnDg^ chang, ||^ ^ kwa 

te fewei. 

PoT-COMP ANION, ] 

W, ta^w jab pang yeWi I 
P^ ^ hd taew hd k^, f^ ^ 
^ ^ tung k'helh tsew c(,ay. 

PoTFiiL, of tea, — ^ 
^ yth hod ch'ha. 

PoT-HF.HB, 5k t8a4 ; strong 
do. y heun 

PoT-xicK, ^ 1^ cli'haug 
fan, 0IIR peen fin. 

Pot-hook,^p5^'^^'* '"'w. 

PoT-iioitaE, ig 1^ taew 
fang, j§J^ isew tfien. 

PoT-Liu. ^ §hwd fea^. 

Potsherd, ^ ^ p'ho 

Potent, '^ gg yew nanfj-, 
tg ^ nan£ leTh ^ ^ 
hwiiy telh, ^ ^ jj yew 

ling lelh. 

PoTKNTATE, ^ j-Fj ti 

Wang, ^ "^ hwang \&, t^ 



POU 



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POC 






nang chay, ^ ifH ^ Y^w ! ^ || yiifin ts^ng shih c'hoo, 

keiien chay, ^ ^ft ^ 5^ ® It ^ JS ''e^ l^ chob 
yl'W keur^n ping chay, '^ shih ch"ho6. 
i^^ ^ yew keuen she! Poclterkr, 
chay. niae ke cliay. 

Po7!Py.^ ^ ^ E§ h« , Poultice, ^^ ^ ^ ^ 
UuL trntg St. ^ <§ ^ 'iS t'li^e &n wc) \0. 
fcfJt kh 14" 1: i!'t.r.s. Poultry, #§ ^^ ke ya. 

PrTr*fi i| i:ing. ^ P»'vkrty. Pg |g ?:/, >.,.,-„,?, 

^ W tGiii plia;. ^ ^ 

m ^ -^-^ ^^. % i^ -.i^-: ' ->• t" ^*1 pin y.->. ^ -^ 
... X 'w ^:'^ '• 5 A "■J' '-she;, -^"^Z. 








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To r V v > c i- . II [> -n jir** v , 



t * ' — 




•.- --T > ~*« 



» ■ • V « 



.'.». E^ ^^& gS^ ^5Cr 




?.'- 



*~^ 






«r 



•■1 * 



■■•' i - • ••- ;-ui.d /p^ 

^> -*'i : v> p«:uLiil ill a 

^ c_i. "^ cLa, "^ 

§ ::.j:u :w pojnd rice, 

^ ^ < :. '^ :tw, 1^ rluiy, 

■^ ii ^'lf « :ruv. g| cJinv. 

j[^ v.«. « ^ « >► ' ^ ?^ ^'^^ '••''* 1^"'^^ wheat 

V- ..^Jli^ <X^*** ^v ^ .^, j^ h: hir>3s. f§f cha ; to 



v^ 



j$ 




POU 98T POW 






pounil earth in order to build | Powder, menl, M fin, 

—■■■"■" ; .¥„. 

hwoy ; to pound medicine, g^ , san, ^ ^y6 md; tooth-pow. 
"**l tabu yfi. I dcr, j^ »j^ yiy "an ; powder- 

PouBDED Eic«, fli 8c; ; mjn^ *X HI Jii ''® y° •'*"'* J 
pounded wretch, a worthless powdered geme,3B M y^^ *^'' 
fellow, ^ j^ cha leg. ! powdered suga^, ^ £| sha 

PovNDEB, pestle, m tuy. , t'bang. 

To POUR out, gf chin.-^l^l j Power, ability, ^ nang^ 
king tabu, ^ ttj tabu chfib, ' :^|gtoa4 nang.tfeiisnanij 
^ me, K^ clio, ^j^ choo, }^ , kaa ; strength, /| leih: 7/ g 

k'hec, SE *^^» iS l^wa" J ^^ : l«tli leaog, ^ ;// kbc lelh, 
poor out wine^ ||- ^ chin | ^ ^ yiing Iclh ; an authori- 



^^^j ^ cho.p^ jg cho isew, , ty,^ M kcu^n ping ; influ- 
^ kwan, ^ keu, ^ thing; ' encc, ^ shc,:^ ^ kcu^n 
to pour out as a libation, Jf| she, |S tih ; in one's power, 
kwan, ^ hwan, J|§ luy, ^ :|^ |g uae uh, ^ ^ !§ ^ 
•*'"&' }^ itft kwan tc, j^ . »|j tsac chang uh chechnn,?; 
kwan^ ?5f luy, ^ 3S teen not in my power, H ^ SM 
^w, ^ kwan, -Z;^ ^ yfih gh^ pfih nan^ ; not in ilie pow- 
luy ; to pour out tea, filj ^ er of man,^ A // ^ ^ 
laou ch'ha ; to pour wine on ^ fei jin lelli »b nan^r wei ; 
Ihe ground, jjA M Sf Afe the power of a nation,^ ^ 
e tsew iuy te : to pour out the k j^o pfn^f ; to stand in awe of 
last drop, JJf I.Th ; to |X)ur out power. ^ ]^ w^f wei ; the 
of one vessel into another, ^ three |iowers. ^^Tj* **'^ **^ ; 

^ yih choojir''*'^^: ^I^"*^ power of vision, H // m{ih 
down in torrents. Jg Iiw6: to Jeih • do. of hearing, -T* 71 





pour down medicine, >^ ^ Jrh lelh ; power of fire? ^ jl 



kwa" 3'o ; pouring with rain, ho lelh ; do. of wine 

^ Ian man, ^ bo, ^ : tsew lelh ; the powers of num- 

^ tcih telh. J bers. ^ j^ shing fang. 

VopouT,2t^ t'hoo shftn, ; Pqwkrful, @ kraog, .^^ 
HII7 wan, ^ ^lo to, ^ li j keang, ^ ^cang,^ p hang, 
shun chuy. ' j||[ tseih, ^nt,^ ^ lefih 





PRA 



PRA 



kefih ; a powerful foe, ^ (ft Pbacmaticai, # |9 PSI 
k'in^ tetli • a powerful robber, * shen cha tsDj, xltl^ ^ baon 
g ^ ked tadu- cha k'hbw 



PowKKLKss, ^ Hii t«cae 

Pox, siuftU, ^ ?B ^'hcen 
iiWA ; luc» venerea, ^ ^ pth 
cliAh. 

PiiAOTicAnLR, fffit 1^ 5n 
1^ t»o nil la& teth. 

Ph AC TICK, doings, yj ^ 

hinjj w*t : a practice, ^ ^ 

•0II1 *fth, Jig wan, ^ tsi'ang. 

jjf f^ iH^ih hlnir ; constant 

|vraciico ^m ^^"*" ^^^' 

To rKACTiOK, jW ^ yen 
s^eTlKjg fiili, iif flii solli loen, 
lftll!l loen shdh ; to |vactir< 
with assichiit^, /j -f^ leiii 




tsan 





Prairie, ^mtsaba poo, 

te. 

Praise, 3f |^^ 
mei telh hwa, 
ch'hing Sling che y&, 
;^ "^ kea meUhe y&n ; praise 
and blame, ^ ^ pabu peen ; 
praise and censure impartially 
distributed, ^ ^ ^ ff PW>" 
peen shih cbung ; praise, Sp 
^ shing yfl. 

To PRAISE, ^ ^ tsan 
tlian, B^||t'h«n seen, l|| 
0^ t'han mei, |^ ^ tsan 

••iriiiug tsaD. ^ :P yang yfi, 

fishing, ^ «hin?,19|^ 

»unfr lean, Jl W ^''*°S P'fnffi 
J^ ^ kaou polling, ^ H 

cirhing seen, 'g' shang,|$'^ 



» f 



hlng, ^ salh, § ^ soil 
l«en ; to prr.ctice virtue, fi^ pg 
l^sew yin tselh ; to praotia^ 
archery, ^ ^ selh ph»v ; to 

practice personally, JB-{^t1h* . « , ^ ,,^rr ^ 

hlng ; to practice riding on 1 ch'hing shang, |§ Mj^ ch'hing 
horse-back, ^ ^ pa.> ,ni^ ^g Ijw), :^ ^ chUiingjang, ^ 
^ selh ma ; the practice of ^=^ - 

medicine, ^ ieaou. 

Practised ^e, ^k^-an, 



mm 

chlng, 





ch'hing yd, ^^kea me)] 
^ pabu kea, ij keii, |^ 
tsan mei, 5S pabu, ^ ^ 



-— jj- x^'^''* '^^"^ labu 1 shing yu, |ji ^ keii yang, 

^e, Wm le«|^8l»«h, ^ ' g le, S^ peabu, ^ tsdn, |g 
TO I^ tsing, 3^ i^ wan ^ pabu tseang, |^ ^ yu 



^l^W kwan lung, 10^^ ^ yiLg, :||^ yfl, ^ ^ tsan mei, 



J^ j^ ^eang setb ching fung. 
Practitiower, in medi- 
cine, ISP ^ e saag. 



^ 1^ chuen yth, §j^ •J* 
^S4yfi,|f||k;wate6ang, 
iC^keatseang,|B|afUiaQ 



nk 



QfiQ 



PRA 



ylog, ^ ^ m^ yft ; to praise 

loo moch, ^ ^ ifil S9 <^h'ing 
yi kw6 t'lidw ; to praise men 

wbally, J^ P $ A ^ •^'<>^ 

ji jtn ; to speak in praise of 

one, ^ i^ cli'hing kea, H 

PI Idn tseuen ; to praise the 

good, ^ ^ ts^angr gh^n ; to 

praise one, ^ /$! to che ; to 

biameone, ^ ;;^ shaou^cliej 

to praise one's virtues, 








ma tang jang maou, ^ I 
^ kd ma keaou keaou ; to 
prance, ^^^fi^ p'haou 
lae p'haou k'hed. 

Prank, ^ 3^ ;$1 ♦ W 
wan che sz6. 

To PRATfi, UljM ke« ch«, 
^waugyii, 8 ^ W 
^ lo so y6n yu ; to prate a- 
bout anything without doing 
*^^> ^ W k'hung y^n ; to prate 
about government, ^^ ^ ]P[ 
sune tth ; to praise one's-self, tan chaou ching. 
PI Pt ch'faJQg kfe ; do, others, I The prattle of a child, 
g| K ch'hing jtn ; to praise \ f$ ^ che ygn, IS Id, W^ ^ 
and blame, ^ ^ pabu peen ; ne gow, P£] t'haou, B^ 0^ 
to court i>raise, ^fi ^ 4& ^ ^^^ &<>w, l|^ ya, l§| 1^ ko so, 
chen roing yaou yft ; to praise, 1 ^ taou, ^ ^ leen low. 
or bless the Deity, ^ jg ± i Prawns, ^ hea, i^ ^ 
^*chuh sung Shang te ;prais- fu^ hea; salt water prawns, 
ed be God, the preserver of the §% ma, 'j^^^.^tA hae hea ; 
whole world, (a Mahomedan 
expression) ^ f]^ f ^ # — 
]Sf ift 5? ^ ^ kan tsan 
paoQ yang ylh tse^ sh^ keae 
die chob ; praise (a Buddhist 
expression) D^ pad ; to praise 
Buddha, ^ ^ ^ ch'hing 
tsan fah. 

Praiseworthy, "BT fp| 
n^ ^ ^'^^ ch'hing tsan teth. 
To prance, I^ keaou ; pran- 
cing gait, ^ ^ keaou gaou ; 
a prancing horse, ^ ^ gang 
gan^ ; a horse prancio? about. 




a kind of prawns, Sj^ keu ; 

prawns (dried,) ^ ^ he^ m^ 

The Prata GRANDE, at 

Macao, J^ f^ n^n wa!i. 

^TopR^Y, JB^ Hf chuh tabu, 

W Xt^ kaou tabu, f^ kaou, 

^^ kaou, ®f ^ k^ tabu, ^ 

^ k'heTh k^hSw, fCd ^ neang 

k'h^w, ^, ^ k'han k'h^w, 

fq kdh iJ j^ kS k'h6w, rj^ 

kaou, ^H'fl iuy ; to pray to invi- 

8 ible beings, ^ jjl* pin shin, 

32 woo ; to pray to heaven i 

H)^ ^ k^ t'heen ; to pray for 



Ul:^ ^"^w teW) Ji H 01 rain, jif ^ kg yu ; to pray to 



tbegods, @^be koau; lo 
pray to the Snpreme, |^ ff^ 
^ U'falnz yft te ; to pray io 

Blience, UK ^ mtb chQh ; to 
pray for another, 'f^ ^ tae 
pin, fj H^ chwao k2 ; jiray be 
seated, ^§^^ ts'blng tso ; to 
ptny or beg, ^ ts'bing] ^ 
kgen. 

Pbayfrb, I ii^ kune 
ebfih, ^% Mag cb6w, Oj^ 
ehov ; forms of prayer, ^ >^ 
cbuh Wan, |^ ^ tabu vaa, 
1^ ^ ^ kg tabu flhih ; pray> 
era for the dead, ^~ j§|f gnan 
so ; to read a form of prayer, 
^ ^ n«4n king, f| ^ aung 
king, ^@ rung king, ^ig 
fun^ king. 

Prayer-book, j^^ king 
kcuun. 

PllAVINO MANTIS, 4jf ^ 

ku fuo, j^ JS sblh lang, ^ 
^ ting mow, ^^me me, 
^J.^tfingIanff,^kwo,^ 
j^ inn-j nfuig, ^S^ "*^ chow. 

To PUBAOII, If ^^ ^ 
keung shoo fibwu fa, ^ ^ 
seuea hwa. 

Prkahmonish, JK^nf 
^ y& seen kaou keae. 

PhEAMBLE. ^ f^ (■? 3Zg. 

PitSCAHIOUfl, ^ ^ ^[ 
pah wan ting, ^ ^ ^ pQh 
gnan wan, ^ ^ ^ swan 
pfih ting. [ 



K> PRE 

Pbbcaution, $fe j!^ fl[ 
seen fing fan^Jfe ^ ^ seen 

gnan pad. 

TOPRECEDB, ji^seeii, ^ 

yn, ^3fe seuh seen, J^chaou, 
|g[ seun ; lo go before, $^ ^ 
seen bing, ^ ^ agen tsow, 
M S tr ll-ow )h blog. 

Precedehce, ^ kwan ;not 
to take precedenee of others ou 
account of wortli or knowledge 

i he£a che seen jtn yay ; to 
bring forward as a precedent 
MJ^^©]y<'eneweU^. ' 

f Precentor, fli^fji:^ 
cb'hang ihe ko lelh sh6w, 
■g^ filibw linff. 
Prrcept, ^ ^ keai 
cfilh, ^ ffi, 5ft ^^,M ^^^' 
^ shah, ^ ^ keae leiih ; 
precepts of Buddha, ^ ^ 
fub keu5, i'^ ^ filh ia, -^ 

mrng h'og ; a negative precept, 
5^ keao ; a preceptor, ^ ^ 
bed Bze, ^J ^ heun (aou, ^ 
£ Been eaag,|]^^]1cea«chai. 

PRECRsaioN, of the equi< 
noses, ^^ ^= siiy ch'ha. 

PRRciifCT>3^'^keaou kea^, 

%^ kmgke.l, j£^Sft 

^ kin teih te fang. 

Precious. £^ chin, ^ 3A 
kd wel, i^ ^ k'hwei wel, ^ 



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3^ kmng keu, |f 9 '^^ I Precipitate in talk, ^ fci, fj^^ 
pata, ^3|^k'W chin; rare, been ; precipiUnte words, ^ 
%E^ han keen ; a precious gj^ tsung tun&f : precipjute Ql- 
thought 5R ^ k'hwei e ; va- . terance, D^ 501 ^^^ la ; pre- 
luable, ^ pab", ^ ^ pabu ' cipitate or hasty, ^ tsa.ai •'^ 
pef ; predous stone, 3E yfi'», J^J tse le, ;^ hwfih, f^ 




^ ^^ chin pabu, 3S ^ y^h, chang hang, 
shlh, ^ 51 ^^H®"^ k'hwei ; To precipitate, jl^ fSh, 

a precious article, ^^^ M fii°i ?fll ^ P'ha6 j^n, ^ 

^If kwei cbiing che wilh. tso ; to precipitate a person in- 

Pb«c»icb, I5| lE h6i" ^aweil, P^X^^ "^ea 

€h'bo6, i|^ chao, ^ chuy. j|^ jtn 15 tsing ; to precipitate one's- 

yto,]^heen,-^keen,^ked^ self from a high place, |[g ^ 

Ipi ^"t wi seaou ; an over- yun ya^ ; to be precipitated. 6b 

hanging precipice, ^ gghenSn pang, IflH P'^^ci pruripitaiion 

ya^ ]^ y««' S k'iio. lie i^ ^ P"'^ ^ e- 
hinhe, ^HH^tow po,^k'an. ! Prkcipitatk^y, ^ ^ 
^ k'he, llg^ king, H ya^^ ^ ' k'hiiig suh, ^ JL kow tseay. 
g6, Jo^ chang, t^ |l^ t'he^ | Precipitous, -^ ^ k'han 
««, ji^kwef, J^ e, i^ 5S J^n> ikgll^k'han ?o, ^ y^n, 
tsan y^n, |If ^ snn heen, ^ ' ^ ^ ^"y ^ei, )s^ ^ laou 
j£ hftn ch^hoo, 1^ 1^ lin j tsaou, ^i^chan yen, ^^ 
Beun, ^ he, 1^;^ tsan gan, tsan gan Jig ^ k ho ko, |^ 
Ml ?S yto tang. I wei, lll^'ilg yih nee, '^^ T^ 

Pbbcifitate, (hasty) ^ \ go go, j^ pi^ po to ; a preci- 
yaou, ^ p'hang, ^ been, ^ I pitous bank, ?ij kan, ili^ |g 
^ lung tsung, ^ ching, '"^ '— --- s^ • -1^*^ ■^'^ «- 
F^n, ^ heuen, ^ hwan, 
^" kin ke, ^ keii, @ king, 
. . k6, "^ mang, ^ §^ muni? 
mef, 1^'h^g, ^ pin, ^"^ 
p'hing, fc^ mang sS, 
^ 86 s5, ^ J3y||[ tsze wa, 
Chung, Hf^ Biih ktlh, 
pa, ^ kwang, ^ kwang, 
keuen, |g{| keaou, ^ heuen 






kan y^n, ^ kan, ll^ itj^ kS 
keu ; precipitous mountain, rt^ 
y^ keen hefen, ^- ^^ k'hin 

^^. liJl ^ k'hin yin, ^kwei, 
ts'ho, Jl^ yin. 

Precise, brief, ^ -^ ke^n 
tsee ; exact, Jffi jfe* twan fang, 
W M tsS shing ; nice. ®G 'SK 
tscie tseS ; determined, Jg (^ 
IJ^ tfng twan telh ; formal^ ^ 

Cc 



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PRE 




__ ch!h Ife. 

Precisely, ^ ^ puh 



"gf w^ ke flrh hwiiy kew p!h. 
Precursor, ^ iS^f^^ 



ts'ho ; precisely at the time ' keu, ^ ^ seen ma 



appointed, IE '^ ^ ^ chi ng 
h6 kg shg ; exactly, ^ -^ 
is'hec ts'hec. 

Preclude, ^ '^ |j^ J^ 
8th cho6 t3in lod ; to preclude 
from the enjoyment of any- 



|§^ k'hae loo telh. 

Predatory, ^ ©9 ^ ta 
kliee telh, ^§6^ tseang 
k^hee teth, il] ^ 6^ kec Ico 

teTh. 



tJ""g. ^^^fli cho6k^;jm, ;gf/|^ tseenpei; do. in 
heang fuh ; to preclude from | office, ^ 'j^ seen kwan, )^ 
an opportunity, 3^ ^ #!| # | ^ yuen jin, ^ H 6^ W 
t6 kti ke hwiiy ; to prevent 1 t'how le teth kwan ; predeces- 



from happening, ^ ^ meen 
yew, ij^ ^ tod sa ; to shut the 
dol^r aijainst any one, j!§ p^ 
^ iH A. I>5 "H^ui & keii jin. 
PwRooriors talents, ^ 
>Jf :;^ 1^ njren shabu tsae 



sor on the throne, ^^ ^ seen 
keun. 

To PREDESION, ^56 I® 

yu seen too to. 
To predestinate, J^ ^^ 
^ yu seen keen tfng, ^fe 









kttou, ^ yaujr. Ej^ hth ; a p^- j jg seen ting, J^ ^ yft tfng. 
civioua child, p^ yth, ^J> &0 Predestination, ]Kf 

IT ^H »^**'^^« f^^^^ y^^^' ^'^'^'' ^ ' 

^W tsaou che. 



tseen ting che le, 
^^^ ting 800 ; predestinatioB 
To prkcooitatk, ftj 5c I accordinsr to the Mahomedans, 
5^ yfi seen seo doung, yQ . 5fc ^ ^ @ "? *^^° t'heen 
seen mow. ' chin chung tszfe. 

To PRECOXCEIVK, 5^ Yf ' To PREDESTINE, ^ ^ ^ 

jJfc^s^'en vtw ts.-,^ o. iji |^ tsabu seen tfng twan. 

Ei ^ ^ ^^^''^'^* ^- '^^^^^'^^ ^''»'^ ! To PREDETERMINE, J^ 5^ 

Preconception, 'j\j S A^y^ seen leth tin?, ^ 

B^'^"^ e- lu A ' ^ "^ ®^^" ^'"° ^'^^' ■'^ ^ 

To preconcert, Bliu hf 3C]|C tsabu e leth 6, ^ ^ 
yi seen k6 mow, y^ ^Aj g|J ^^^^ ,,^„g ^^^n 

seen y5; without preconcerting. PaicniAL, li 05 j£ 6^ 
they met together to the num. ( ,hiih tefin chwang telh, ® ^ 
bcrof900, ^Strfa^;/Lii|k^shahleeat^cbay. 




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PRE 




Prsoioablb, M 
klib 8hw5 tib, 
kSang lib k'heii. 

Prxdicament, ^ ^ liing 
sbi ; come into this predica- 
men^^l|^j^ 55^ taou 
cbay ko teen te. 

Predicant, f^ SE ^ 
keang taou cliay. 

^To PREDTCATR, ^ ktiaiKJf 

W y^"» ^!Mi3^ kean;; laou 
^» 8i >^ hcabu cliun?. 

TojREDicT, j^^ yu yrn. 
^ § seen y^n, ^ :^ ^ 
^yen we Ja^ chay, 
1^^ t'h6w le sli ^, 

393ci^y" ^*^"e" shwo; to 
guesB at, ^ fip chae k 




Prk-rminknt, ^ j^ cho 
yiie, ^^chaou yug, J^^ 
chaon cho, fti^ch'huh cliiing 

ttj ^ ch^huh liiy, ^ 3^ p6 
^siiy. 

PaE-EMINENTLY gOOd, JQ 

^ yuen lean? ; pre-eminently 
viriuous, ^ ^ tih shaou, g^ 
f^ shaou tlh. 

PRn-FMPTlOX, Tight of, 

it 3fe ^ chiin ke se>n mafe. 
Pek-e.ng AGE, y^ ^,tj ggen 

y*>- 

Prk-kngaged, 5t It 2^ 
y^ seen heu kwo jin ; do. in 

w6 niing, I marriage, yj^ ^ IW j\ ^^^^ 
heii p'hi'ng jin. 

To PKE-ESTABLISH,3C ^ 






Prediction, J^ fft ^ fj ; seen leth. 
Been^shwo tcth Lwa, ^j^j To pke-examine, ^ ]g 
}^ =g seen leaou che y6n, ^ j seen cha, 5^ ^ seen fs'ha. 
p iu aU we p6 seen che. To prf.-exist> ^fc W ^^®" 

Predilection, ^^ ^ ^^ , yow ; to prc-cxi^t before hea- 

I yu seen keen seuen. . -^ 

Predisposed, 3u ^ ^^ 




ven and eanh, 3fe ^ 3fe ^ 
s^'en t'beeii se^Mi te. 
lojj 6^ Seen yew sin hf»ane ' Pbefack^^ sen ; preface 

^a v^^^ ^'SES^ M«M^^^ b^^^A . %. 



tcTh -^ -^ !@ |w) tsabu yew i of a book, § J^ ]^ shoo che 



i heiui;. 



sell; a small preface, f^^ 5i 
Predisposition, -^fe W* ^^^'^" Y'^^^ i prefatory remarks, 

^ pf seu yen, f^ % 



Been e. 

To pREDOMfNATE, to pre- 
vail, ^ 3g[ shing kw6 ; to 
surpass, ^ i^ yue kwo ; to 
be superior to, H^^shinnryfl ; 
to have eontrolling influence, 
chob che. 




^ ^ _^ seu 

wan ; the author's piefacc, Q 
j^ tsze sell. 

Prefect of a city of the 
2d order, jfl J^ che fob ; do. 
of the 3d order, ^ ^ che 
been. 



PRE 



994 



PRE 




Pbbpecture, the govern- 1 Prbgnangt, (first stages of) 

ment of a prefect, ^ ^ fob j K ^ P'*^ ^'^'^i ^ ^ W 
fhn ; prefectures and districts, I ts'hoo ying t'bae, jfj^ j|^ ch^ 
•jf{ ]^ chow been ; an officer, t'hae ; a last stage of do. i^^ 
^ ^ kwan yuen, ^-^^^J^ shin ying lin yue ;^ 
kwan chaog; an officer of one's , state of, ^ J^ yew shin, 
own district ^^^ "^ foo ' shin, 7^ ^ iuh kea. 
mob kwnn^ Jfe ^ B ^^ fang j Pregnant, ^ chung, ^ 
kwan, ^ ^ kwan chth, ^ : yin^ ; to l^ |)refirnanti •j^ )|§ 
fo kwan wei. I hwae t'hae, jj^ ^ shin ying, 

To PREFER, ^ ^ Dintf I :;^ |>^ yfew t'hae, :^ ^ j^ 
yaou, J^^ ning gna^, Sp i shin hwae yin, ^f^:jin, ^ g^ 
^ ning yuSn,§g chung, ^ show t'hae, ^^ Q^ yew t'hae, 



^ seen che ; to prefer white^ 
f^ ^ shang pTh ; to put be- 
fore, ^^ ^ fang tsae scen^ 
^^^SS k6 tsae seen 




t'how ; to prefer a high office, 
i^^JL^ shing wel shang 

PjRKFKRABLE,T^flX^-il 

kTib Ueu wet shan.; : «his is 
preferable to that. ^ ]@ j^ 



SR l@ B^ ^*»^y ^^ P'- "^ *^'' I ^^'1' M S :^ S]" ^ we jow 
habu ; a pref. rablc kind, J^ i chang k'hb tseay. 



^ jin, i^ shin, i>|p shin, -^ 
shin, ^ shin ; do not kill 
pregnant animals, x^^ fl& 
puh sha t'hae ; a pregnant wo^ 
man, ^ ^ying fo V j[^ shi*, 

pregnant victim, {^ ^ sang 
yin?. 

PRFHKNSILEj'nf j^ ^ ^ 

k'hb e cfiih lann ; a prehensile 





shang taiig. 
Prefkrknck, 

ning. 

Pbefermbnt, Ijy 
cbing. 



'»»ng, '^ 




shth. 

Pmk-intimation, ^ ^ 
tse6n seen chaou. 

Prejudge,:^ ^ 5£ ^ 



con- 



To prefigure, 5fe ^1^ To ^^ ^^" ®®^" t"^ff- 

^ seen chaou ch^ mUig. Pbuudicb, jUI he£n ; to 

To prefix, ;^ :]0E bH fi ceive do. ^ ]!^ ke« been ^ 

gnan tsae tsefen t'hdw, S JS^ 'Ift ch'ae han, 5fe ^ H 

^ che ya seen, gfe :^ 15 Ig seen U yfl pelh, ^ jg ^_ 

Ihet^ tsa^ tse&n t'hdw. M^UkM^J!^ »^» k^h'e 




PBtt 9! 

rA^.arh sfijyapelh; prejudi-] 
ced viewa, ^ — ^M c'''£l> I 
yth che keen, ilU ^ Mil 
pien He che keen. I 

PrkJudicx, hurt, ^ haj, 
^ # pah PS^n, ^ ^ goe 
«*, *# $ ga4,ch'bo6 ^ A 
^p^^ k'bwei' jin cfaeoze ; to 
do a person & prejudice, ^ 
y^tiii^ i'n, B^ \. k'fiwei'jln. 
iWH^A keabaeyfijln. 

Pkkjudjcial, hurtful. ^ 
^ g^ shAng hae teTh, ^ ^ 
^ hoe Bz£ teih. 

Prel*tk, ^ ^ chob 
keaou,^ ^ kcanii taung. 

Prflrctiow^JB ^ keang 
Wn,^^^^kgingehoo 
UTb sze. - 

PRELiB*Tior*,;5fe!^:^^ 
w^en ehan; che ez6. 

PflKLIMIKARV, ^ ^ ^ 

^_ S^""^^ ahang I tang che 
•■wa, f^^ ^ # ya pei che 
ySn, 

PiKi.rnE, ^ ^1 Seen yln> 
'/■» ^1 seaoii ym. 

PsKMATURB, unripe, 7iC?!!fe 
we sfiuh ; not yut come to the 
time, ^^tt^ we taou 
k6 Bhe, I^ ^ ^ ^I»h5 shin 
we laou ; too early, ^C"?" *''*^ 
1«aou, ^ -^ ta'huy tsabu ; 
premature death, ^9 S'^^^^ 
shbw, P] ^Ml^ i^ yew uiign 
■bang teOi, Jft^tsabu sz^j pie- 



Q,aturebirth,^>]£ leabu phan 

To PRE-MEDITATI, ^ ^ 

Seen s;:4n^'. ;7t;^ seen mow 
M^M-t^- -vfl ««n sze 
8«ang II^ lit M-« ^ ya seen 
Bze »,\ ^ ^M "''«« leang 
W; ^prepare, f^^f^ yO pef^ 
Rv M fang pef ; to premedi- 
tate a djicourse, ^ ^ ffih 
kaou: (iremudilated, -_ 
^ Sf-en sze how hing. 

Pkemip-b, ^ ^ tsae aeaog 
^ ^ 4S Wb yeW Being. 

shbw twan. 

Premises, buildings, ^ 
^ kea tsib ; things spoken of 
before, ^ ife :^ tg eSen Ida 
'^^^ yi^i Jl^t Bhand win. 

PBEMiuw,'^^8haneytn, 
•^ ^ Bhang wflh, 1^ ft S 
' Jp!5 "hang BZe che wflh, ^^ 8^ 
']^?S ghanz az4 che paou ; 
ireward, ^ "j^ kaoii ahan?, 
J:f| ^ kwu la8o, t f! 
I sliang Ine. 

TOPBK«ON-,8H,^ ^ ffi 

J^ yQ seen k(ng keai. 

PtlEMONinoN, ^ jR )cl 

^ BSen keae che yh. 
I TopBE-occtfpT.^sSE^ecn 
i heanK';topre-occupy the mind, 
i >fe ^ A ^* Been ith jln sin ; 
preoccujry a place, y^ jfl 
seen cben t^ fang, jg 



^ ffi -^ Chen keu sb tsai. 

To p«E-o«DAI^^ y^^ Been 
t{ng. 

Prkparation, H 1^ ^ 
re p^ yft pel tfilli kung foo ; a 
dose of medicine in a fit Btate 
10 be taken, — ^ 1^ y'ii lee 

yi>- 

Prefaratitb, -^ 5^ ^ 

f^ ^ taabu seen yfl pel' lelli. 

To PRSPABU, Jfj ^ yil 

Fi, fi fc^I*". S Wf 
che [leen, ^ gp gnan pafi, 0^ 

flS ""«% fi IP ffl J";i5 

PS'": JSffisewpel, ^(1 
JH K1-, /Kp'he,f(^che, if 
,a,ichu^n, ibpo,^^ 
chiin pei, ^ Bhih ; to prepare- 
bsggnge for a journey, JJj^ 
W T^ ^ ehow shTh ^mg 
le ; to prepare afeaat, g^ ^ 
ehfe 8eTh ; to prepare fully, ^ 
^^ chov pei ; to ]>repare rice, 
^ 1^ tiing fan ; to prepare a 
work for the press, ^ JE 
kcaou chi'ng, tfc P* i *" l"'c- 
pare for death, ^ ^ sze sze; 
jo practice virtue in order jto 
prepare for death, ^ ^ J^ 
^^ B^w shin e sze szcj to 
be prepared for, P^ f^ lang 

pei. ^ E^ yfl ^°g- ^ „„ ! 

PRGFARRDt ^ keu, 
8«D,^,fl| kae pe.'.^ 
yupef, Stp^Jjtpe, ^ 
choo che, ^ ^ wan pef, 



6 PRE 

fliunc pcf; fully prepared, 
keu, ^ ■^ rt>S pe ; pre- 
pared for emergencies, ^^ -^ 
jg^ pei yuSn kelh ; everything 
prepared, ^ (§ "h ^ pei' 
tlh ehih IseuSn ; consider 
evils and be prepared against 
tliem, ^ .^ RR W, Kr 8za 
Jiwan flrh yd fang; prepared 
food, ^ ^ shah heae ; a ves. 
sel for prepaiing drugs, ^^ 
^ y& tsan. 

PBEPEK8E, ^ M |§^ seen 

sze teth, Jjt S fg lelh < 
telh,^:^ ;&^ l^kwa che 
yii tsegn, 

To PREPOHDRRATE, ^ 

Hfiyue facliung, |g ^ 
kang chiliig ; do. in value, 
^ ^ yfl kwei'. 

Pheposssbs, to preoccupy, 
^^ seen heang, ^4§ *««" 
iTh ; to prepossess in one's fa- 
vour, %^ ^ Ai* seen Ueii 
W& sin. 

Prepobskssio*!, to liold 
to a prcconr.i'ived opinion, ^51 

keen chee. 

Preposterous, having the 
first last, ^ ^ ^ teen tabu 
jnn ; confused, ^^ ||[| hwan 
Iwan ; self- contradictory, Jf^ 
JX, )§^ aUang fan teih ; absurd, 
^f^pe'le,^ ^fan Ife; 
preposteroui expressions, ^ 



PBE 



997 



PRE 




Ca6u ; how preposterous ! [s| 

^ih^ 1^*^ y«^ ^z^ fe- 

PXGPUCE, 1^ ^ '^ ]$ 

yang wuh seen p'hd, ^ ^ 
5^^ ^ ^ ^ ya ng wall iseen 
i'hdw che p'^, <|> ^ ;^ ^ 
JB2 Bcabu pe^n che wa6 p'h«l. 

PREREQUlSlTfi, ^ 5fe5F 

yu seen yaou kin. 

Prbrooative, especial fa- 
vour, ^ ^ ;^ ,§^ k'hih wae 
che giian ; an exclusive privi- 
lege @)R0§#M '•iiaoii 
chiing telh tih giian, ^ ^ 
chth chaou. 

Presage, ^ Jf^ seen 
cha6u, ^ ^^ ke chaou, ^^ 
^ chaou t'bow ; felicilons 
do. jj^^^s.ang chaou, =^ 
^^ kcTh chaou, -^ 3)^ h;. 
chaou, jj^ 3^ siiang guy . 
infelicitous do. |){j ^^ heung 
chaou. 

Presbyter, '^^ :^;^ 
hwiiy che chaug laoii. 

Presbytery, gf ;^ :^ 
;^ ^ choo Chang labu che 
hwiiy. 

Prescience, ^ ^ neTh 
che, ^ ^ seen che. ^ ^ 

seen ke6, ^^.^t^ «^en 
ke^n che m'mjr. 

To prescribe, in medi- 
co"®) ™ ^ ^ k'hae yo tan, 
35^>7^^y yo fang, 




^ ^ k'ha6 faog tsz^ ; to di 
5^t|^i$ch& tan, 5^ 
^ ting kwei keu, ^ ^ ^^^^ 
^ keen tfng teaou kwei ; pre- 
script, order, ^ ^ ming 
'«"?! Ill >^ haou ling. 
Prescriptio.v^ medicaI,3K 

^ 7^ fang, ^ ':/j e fang, 
"37 ^ fang tsze. 

Pbesenck, j@ ^ meen 
tseen, ^« ^ y^en tSRen, ^ 
"fC tsuh hea, ^ pj tang 
m"«Mi : presence of the Empe- 
ror, ^ iSU yii tsefen , f^ 7J 
kuh hca ; presence of mind, 
Q ^^ tsze tsae. 

Pkksent, not absent, ^pS 
tsae, ^3^ wo6 tuy ; in view 
it O B'jf ^sa^ meen tse^n ; 
now existing. ^ gt ml ^^^^ 
tsae leih ; the present time, jjjl^ 
-^l tsze k!h, ^ -(H: kin she' 
^^ hcen tsae. g TCmfih 
h:a,4^ kin, :i{H ^jod kin^ 
jfg ^v firh kin, g 4v mfih 
kin, ^ 4^ ya kin, J5^ 4^ yft 
kin ; the present world, ^ ^ 
kin she, llfc jtt tszfe sh^; the 
present life, '^ ^ kin sang, 
^ "ttt kin sh^ ; the present 
age, ^ iti: kin sh^. 

Prksfnt, ^ che, fg ^f 
le wuh, J5^ ™^ p'hS peTh : pre* 
sents for a journey, ^g ^y 
tseen hing, "^ ^ tseen li ; 
presents of introduction, ^Jf^ 



PRE 



996 



PRE 



fjBt ^ che keoa le w&h ; pre- 
Benti u^ed on visiting a euperi^ 

presents of congratal^iion, ^ 
fwM lei j^ ^ hoe ; a present 
of the productions of a country, 
;^ ^ jang teen ; presents 
sent a month after lying in, ^ 

^ jfc ^ "^^ y ti5 che kin^ ; 
presents folded up, ^ ]^ 
paou tseu ; presents given on 
marriage, ^ ^ p'hfng Ife; 
to send do. 'J^ Jj^ hea p*ing, 
JUSQ^ kwo p hing ; presents of 
cloth and silk, ^ ^ poo plh . 
to make a present of ceremo- 

^7) Sl ifis ^^^"S l^i presents 
of silk, ^ ^ pe peth ; a pre- 
sent givttn on waitinfiT on a 3\u 




pcrior, 






che keen 




che le ; presents of food made 
to a family in mourning, ^ 
^f^ tswan hea6u ; to make a 
present, |ft ffip na pe!h, fft 
fS^ 6 6 ; presents paid in re^ 
twrn^^iftale. 

To PBESBNT, ^^ sang, 
nae ^ch^, 3^ ^ chin he^n, 
^ keae, ^ tseang, f^ shang, 

chuy, ^ ^|yn tszS, 1^ 

e tsang, J^ Jl he^n 

Bhang, ^ keen ^ na^ 

-f» Ja^ yfi, ^ tseen, 

yiii^, 5"^ ^ tsang siin^. 

e, Pf P^ kdng tsze, 
wel sbooi |{| kwei, 






kung ; to present «p, 1f§l H^ 
shoo na, ^ J^ sdng sitaiiic, 

tow che, :S= f^c hlng shang ; 
to present to, ^ts^; to pre- 
sent up with botfi hands, 
oiling, ^ fang, ^ fung, 
fung ; to present a visitinir 
card, ^|l] tow tsze, IS ^ 
tow t'h;*:c ; to present a (leti- 

present an offering, ^^ tsi^ ; 
to present one's daughter to 
the Emperor, j^ "^ na nyu ; 
to present to a superior, f^ 
^ fung keii, J| kung, ^ 
kwei, Jq shang ; to present 
offerings, ]^ ® ua tsin, ^ 
'^•na kung, ^ se «v ; to pre- 
sent a document) _^ /{C^'^a ng 
Pu'*; Jt J^ shang soo ; to pre- 
sent gifts, ^ ^ sung pelh ; 
to present food to a superiury 
H^ heang, ^ ching, ^ sew, 
^ 1^ h5 shang ; to present 
skins and horses, ^ ]^ J^ 
i9& p'hd ma ; I make you a 
present of all things, ^ j^ 

^ ^ ^ SF ^o^ ^ ^an wiih 
wet tsS 'y to present libations, 
^ to6 ; he presented Confu- 
cius with a pig, |§ ^ ^ ^ 
kwei k'hung tsz^ tun ; a liber, 
al present, ||L jp^how 1^ ; a 
poor present, Up IS p5 Ih. 

PaBSBNTATION, CO aO of- 



PRE 



999 



PRE 




fice,4l ]g kea (seen, ^ 1|E ' chaag kwaii, ^ ^ kiu^ 
pabu kea. j kwan, K8 ^ chaou kwao ; to 

Presentiment, 5l^^ P'*^^^® in court, ^ j|9 taj 
seen yew die e. ( chaou : to preside aud manage, 

Presently, ^ — ?w^«ot^ chiog tuh pan 
tang ylh k'hih : I'll come pre- . sze. 

»cDtly, ^ glj;^ gnb tflew la^, j Pkesident, ^ '^ keen 

— t^ isae ylh sh^, ^ tiih ; a senior manager, J^ ^ 

^ kw6 seay sh4. ^'^dw muh ; a president of one 

Preservation, or ruin,^ j of the six boards, f^ ^shang 
Tfltsfinwang. j shoo ; the head of an office, 

To preserve, to keep safe, Ins ching tang; president 





tseu^n ;do. life, 1|^ |^ ft ^ ' of revenue, jt£ j^ te k^in^r, p 
pabu tfeu^n smg mfiig ; to , ^ jpj ^ Iio.) po6 shang ihoo; 
keep, ^ f^ paha chob; to |do. of rites,^J^ch'hun k'mg 
preserve long, ^ ^ k^w 1 1^ p{5 pi W ^^ P^^ shang 
chob, J^ ^^how chwang, Ifj^ : shoo ; do. of war, ^ ^ hea 
j^ show k'hb ; to preserve as j k'hing, ^ ^ jo} ^ P>"S 
invisible beings do, {^ ||q \ ()o6 shang shoo ; do. of pu- 
pabu yew, ^ jflS P^ou pe ; ! nishment,f»Jli ^ taew k'hiug, 
to retain, ^ tsun, ^ tsoo ; ' jf|] ^|J f^ ^ htng po6 
to preserve and cherish, ^ shang shoo ; do of works, 
'^ pabu p:ae ; to preserve in i ||p tung k'hing, HI pp jwj 
salt, 1ft ^ y^n e^^; a fish j^uiig pob shang shoo, 
preserve, ^ tsiii, ^ ^^ tsin I Press, or cup-board, 
yfi, # ^ ^ y^ng ya ch^oo: 1,5^ g ,^wei, :(g -^ kwe( 
to preserve fruits in wine, w^ tsze, ^ fff tiih kwei, 

Ian ; preserved fruits, jjpg ^ j kan ; do. for clothes, 

t'hang kwb. \ k'hecn, ^ han, ^ ^ t'hd 

Preserver, |^ ^ pabu j lew ; press for printing, pjl 

choo, ^ tP i *iod shbw^^yin shoo kea; stand- 

chob, K J^ ^ •^^^ P* ^^^'^- in^ P^^es, ^ -^ kee tsze, J^p 






To PRESIDE over, ^1^ ^ ^*| ^ ^ yi" 'b<><> '^^'i 



Dd 



PRE 



11100 



PRE 



ke^ IBZe • a press for oil or i pressed down as by a mmin- 
wine, fjk' cha; a wine-press.jg j tain, Uj £ san ya, )§ k*ho. 
i^Uiwcha,?@l^tsew cha^; Pressing, ^. H^ k^ 
To PRESS, ur?e, ^^ tszejp : j,^|^^ ^ km, =^ k^ob, ^ 
J,M P®^'''^^ ^8«:^^!!J| p'heaou, i!| pth,$| pin, i^J 




md 



to press the hand upon, ^ , ts'hec, j5^ isuh. j^yae, t|?i)£ 
^pelh pth, ^ keue, ^ sfej tseu tsuh, ^- ^ yaou k^n, 
plh tsa ; do. on each other, 7^ ' ^ pelh. 

seanffP^h; to press down. Pressman, ^ ^ AM"" 

ya, )^ k5, ^ nee, ^ shoojln. 
san. IB ^ ya ch6; press To presume, ^ chen 
it down a Utile, gg — jgg . Q chen tsze ; to presume to 
ya yth ya ; US press down with do anything, j® ^ f^ ^ 
the hand, f^ cha ; to repress, ; chen tsze iso wet ; to presume 




che 



^^ i on, *j^ she ; to presume on 



^^chin ya 

press upon, Ig, ^ pih tsuh ; Qd^'g strength, ^ Jj^ she 
to press laterally, ^ keg, ^^ ■ keang ; do. on influence, flJF 
kee; to press with the hand, ; |HJL phe she ;doon wealth, 
^gnan, ^n«S, fg k'hung, Mghe'CiaS; to presume on 
^ nS,-^ S I^ »'*^^^' ^^^"S i violence, ff ij sM leth ; do. 
ya, ^ ne^»^ ; ^o P'"^^^ ^"^^^^ ' on nobility, ^ "^ hee kwef ; 
out of a boil, jgi] ^ peth tso ; i presume, ^ ^ tseS tseh ; 
to press upon, f^ ^ tsuy j Jq not presume to say 
kcdi, ^S: ^8"*^ ; ^ P"^^^^ '^^" I intich, ^ Ift ^ W P^h kan 



to ySn ; do not presume to lay 

claim, ^ 1^ 1^ P^^ ^»* 
tang. 

Presumption, gj "^ tsz6 
she, '^ so ; sins of presump- 
tion, ^ :|^madu fan. 

Presumptive hope, ^{^ 



VI 



ly, IP 




yth cha ; to press 
near, ^ ying, jW j/C pth 
kin ; to press with the finger, 

^cha,Pya,— ItlfyJ; 
che gan : to press towards, ifj 

heang,^ InJ tsing heang ; to 

press forward, 2^ heang, ff^ 



sin ; to press upon in a crowd, ^ ^ ^yod kan che wang. 
4ff vi ^^^ y*^"o- I Prkbumptuous, ^ ching. 

Pressed by circumstance ' ^ j|jj ^ ^k'hing 6rh tsze 





keih ;d<x by poverty, 
ke&ng pth, ^ ke&ng; 



cliin^ ; presuHi|>tuou3 oflTence, 



r 



Y&E 



1001 PRE 




To PRS8XJPP08X, 5& 1^ Phktrxt, (to make up a) 
Been leaou. fj^ nee ; false pretexts, ^W 

PR»TBNCB,|g^ t'dy.^n, 2£'^^^"'^fewoQ ne6, 
lif W Ueay y6n ; to make a Bp n«»^ shih,^ fg t*h5, fg 
pretence, ^ j^ tseay twan, ^'^5 ko('). ^ |:g t»huy t'hd, w 
gftJC Ucay ko6; gross, ^ !& tseay ko6, ^ p tseay 
6^ shili szl k'hbw, fgf :^ tseay mlng. 

To PRXTENO, ^ tst-ay. jfj^ Pbktty, handsome, ^ 
J6 t'hiiy t'ho, fjg he i^^ f^^*^- 0^3i-habii k'han, ^ 
4fl :;^ sung m.i^n soa^ijr ^zd, liS '"^' "^^ou, |^ ^J^ he^n 
tK H= k.-a tso, >^ ^ is.;4v '^^^^^ i*I heu, ^J^ keaoi,, ^^ 
m?ng ; to pretend nmfln<?sa, ^ ff| P'*»'> s^aoij, ^^" ^ 3^4^),, 
fiE yang kwang, |§ P Ueay P'*^^ ifif^ ««-aou tsoo, ^ 
k*hbw ; to [)retend not to ^ R§ iH sa"? ^th p'bb seaou, 
know, # :^^ ^H ySng pfih ^^ 10. ^f yen, i^ yen, ^^ 
the ; to pretend to be sick. ^ i y^h, j^ liijen ; pretty well, ^ 
:^^ yauir yl^w is.ifl, ^^ W P'^b yew, H ^ ^e habu ; 
chwang pfng, |t W # ]|^. ^ P^^^^y laugh, ^ chen ; a 
iTiSyen y?»w ping ; lo pretend ' V^^^^Y woman, ^ ^ choo sih. 
to be ia distress ft* fjl ^ ta j l'^ prevail, ^f^ keang, ^ 
kehwang ; to feign, j^^ y"> W s'^'"^' ^ i§L shing 
kca chwang, f.^ |^ y^nu ! ^^'^'^^ ^ ^ siiing yd ; what 
^ chwaiie, ^ 3^ nee chwang ; ^^^''^ said did not prevail, fJH'^ 
pretended. ^ yinjr J pretended ^hzm^oyi^n puh tow ke- 
scholar, j^ f^ shQn joft; pre-: PrKvau.ing, ^ shin? ijj^ 
tended goodn, ss, ^ f^ ^ ' ch'hn, ^ j^ chiug tPo, J^ fT= 
maou sz«^ sliiin ; pr.tt^^nded j '^^"? ts5. 

tranquillity. |;[|» |^^2pt?,„ ' To prevaricate, j|; H 
•hrh I'ari pifji/: a nretender /^ ' 1I? El ^^'*^" san how sze, O 
P^"?' Ife ^ ^ \ cha wei ! ^ -l!? # k'libw she sin fei. 
chejin, IJBL '^ ^ K kea | To prevent, ^ me^n ; fo 
chwang teih jm, P ^ ^Ci^ 
?F k'how she Sin fei ; pretend- 
ing, f$ he, j?|? scuh. ..^., . . . 
Preternatlr AL,jg^;^ i ^^v'ls. |§ 'j^ tsec han, ^ f^ 
chaou si'ng chc szi. j teaou iian ; to pievent discove- 




prevent or hinder, jJ^. tsoo, 
£g Ian tsofS, ^ §S[ iKih diX 
ft Ian ch'hoo ; to prevent 






mi 1002 PRi 

fy. m ^ kow now ; to pre price of a field, p| ^ te^n 

Trni ingress and egress, ^1 kca ; do. of a house, ^ ' ^ 

5fl itj A<^*^ay *^« cirhuh juh : uh kea ; present price, fl^ ^ 

to . reveni goinj further, ^^ ^he kea ; the real price, 1^ |g 

||> 6 cl»*^ : to prevent the shth kea ; no two prices, ^ 

growth. ^^ "^ ^"'*^' lo pre- — jP^ Puh nrh kra ; getting 

Tent trouble, i§ ^ sang "P in price, j^ f^ k'he kea I 

ue, 4K§^aie n la6u;topre. falling in price, {^ f ^ ^e 

^nt censure, S ft -^^'* ****** ^^'^ • *" ^^^^'^ ^^"<^«« ^ tW 
to preTent a Ti»it, "^ ^ ping kea; a low price, {^ 

Isng kea ; to guard azainst.^ te kea ; a liisrh price, j|5 j^ 

fl keae pei. E§ fil Tan? M kaou kea, gf g kea gang ; 

P*ivixTi> E. ^ ^ ^H ^^ adjust the price, f^ ff koo 

met a piDj che to. ^""^ I '« raise the price, ^ f|*f 

PdFT'Ors. ^ seen, ^ ^ ^ : what is the price, ^ 

tsaou. j^ V 1 : previous a{>- SF IM @^ ***«'" "^o kea tseen ; 

poirrment, ^ ife^ ^"^ y5 : a the price at which anythingr is 

previous affair. ^ 3 6^ ^C r^^d. nmrker prire, "f^ ^ 

t'bow le teih sze, ^t^ ^ *^^ ^^^^ )R 1W ^»»'^ng kea ; 

^ seen Uecn che sze. pr«cc cur rent, ^ ^ shS kea. 

Previocslt, f^ 5fe y" '^'^ PRICK, (with a style), 

•cen, ^ nai r. |Mft p- she- |pj cha, 5?/ cinir : to prick 

P«^ V J^ gtl^ f^ - n-' slUitly |!] leen. l^^lj k»in? 

telh tuiiif se, j2^j ^^ ^^ ^'^^ ' '® P**'^^ leiiers in the 

lob led che wuh. ^7^;^ ^*^'^- $!j ® tsz^ meen, ^l] 

^ ta k-h^ic clir- w.ih isze : to nrick as a thorn, ^ 

To PHKv. 1^ ^ fseang ^^^?^ $^ ^ tslh tsze ; to 

k'heii, 1^ ^ tsrang tho : to »^".k up the ears, flj^ chlh, 

prey on one's spirits, ^ ^ ^ ^H^i^^h tang maou 

J^ iCl^ cliane k'hob yu sin. ip S haou ken urh, w^ 

Phice, m ^ k.a tseen, ie joo : to prick up the ears to 

M 1i k^:a chlh, ff ^ kea . hear, (^ :^ ^ gff S <^»^a":; 






y'^'^^^ehowkea, fg 
kea ch6w ; price of what is 
•o'^» ^ M 8hrw kea, '^ fg 



urh yew so wan; pricked up 
both his ears, ^^]^ iJC 
shwang urh lelh, j^ chuyi 



•h6w chlh, JH hwuy ; the ^ TO W ^ ^* ^^*" ^^^ 



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Pbick, a packing needle,^ le, ^ j^'lnou sang, {^ X 

keang, tfi^ kc6, ^ f]^ kd ke6; ggng jin. ^ P^s-^ng mfm : do. 

a goad, ^ chtiy. of ^^^u ^ gj^ lahu ati, 3^ 
Pbicklb, flj tflZ|^ I _f- ,a-Si, gj5^ ^ 4- igj.n 8ze, 

PaiCKLT pear, fq ^ pa ^ ff^j a^n„ ^^-^ jg^ ^ nj 

wang, 1^ ^ ^ shin keii^ii ^g^^j. . „,„y ,le«iffnate f hem- 

Chang, S^ ^ # 8l''n s.Vji ^^j^.^g ^ ^ na te, f- lfl| 

chan? ; ilie prickly he^i^ tC pin na ; [)rie8t and people, ff" 








k'he ch6 foo. 







5fX ^horinjrts^inp. ^ ^ {Jsi c^n? buIi : priPBtrraft. ffl 
tsofeiSgaf :t 5¥^^ fSj||\ ifc^h6 Bhang 

Pbtfptfs«. EJJJ iff 8ze 
koo IT 1h neu sSn? : a 

"^^ BUS !^M 

priestess of Buddha, plS 3R 

^ pe kew n^. 

Priestly garment, ^ !^ 
ti»uy e, ?i^ 3^ na e. 

Prifsthooh, j^ ^ sang 
U'oa: to enter thft orleqthood, 
>P, ^ chuh kea, ^ J^ show 
kene. 

Prim. Bill ^ kansf chTh ; 
formal. ^% fS ('h^h IN. 

PiiiMAR^^'TT ^ 6^ ynSn 

seen tet»> ^ ^ §^ t'hdw li 

fl>^ t'hf^w tang 



hin, ^ 
fei luy ; tiie prickly elm, 
gqw. 

PRiCK-\rooD, j§ f|wl ]^ 
lia« tunor (fanoii. 

pRiDE,^^keaoii gaoii : 
prid^ is nn evrrlasrin^ evil, ™^ 
^ ■& <1 ,* ?a6ii wan sht^ 
die hwan ; pride of spirit. 
# m ga"u k'l.(<, fjt Ar> 
gti''u sin ; to display pride ^j^ 
^% R can :' pride and se^^- 
siiffiriency. f^l ';^ © ?^ ^ 
^ tsz.i ta tsze in wan che e ; 
pride and scorn, ^ |^ gaou tcTh, 
man. 





teTh : primary matter, ^ k'h6 



Prif.st, one who presides J7^^ yue.n k'h^ ; an ag?rc- 
at a sacrifice, ^^ tse choo : cmtjon of primary matter, ^ 
one who offers incense, ^^ ^ ^ ^ k'he tseth wet 
hcanglaou^; a piiest of Bud- chlh;* primaiy and secondary 
PKfW 1^ hd »hang,fg sang. * matter, '^ ^ pun m6 ; pri- 



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tun^ 
■•» •■ "5 *- '^ * :^ince of the 
u.:.:- L T^ra- .-rase. ^ If 
I i: n-ii:* i; u*- a^e of IS, 
^ ^ 1^1 ir -I'w: priace of 
^ft t^-Z'.-t 1^ ^ :ho.> howr ; 
L^s:-*-:^- :c:a:'?. ^ kcun, 
^ ^ 4^^"- MiTi^ : an en- 
_iri"^'.'Hi ic-z:e. S^ ^S mine 



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PiJiNOK.ih* son of a . — r 

wany isze : ^fd st do. -^ ^ 
nine fzB*., ^ >(C "^ liwan- 
riiiift tsze • beir^pparcnt, ^ 



:h* h-eaJ of Uic 
yurn show': a 

3iiJ '^a show koo kun^, 
i§ ^ ffeua chin . do. ihe 
i:n:£^ c: adfaira. ^^ ^ cboi 
tx:g ; ancieni princes, |g^ ^ 
•x:h kuuz: wa? able to assist 

£'il. :5.i T*wjieu5 peih ; die 
;r. -'K s 5a?h.^ ^ leang suy. 

?i:>C!:LY royal. 3E waiig, 
7?C ■■-=:: princely coumandt 

?^ T3 ." '*^' n^: princely vir- 
i,'. *^ Cp ^nj gansj ; a 
:l .-^l^ r«i«i ^ J' k-iin tsze 
rn^c^S"'. i^ ± kung 

?. >.-:.A_. g^&^ wet 

•i- - 3 t-'.r 7C >^-"? i chob, 

JP " "*-i^ ■ -h* i>rincipal per- 

-. ^ v':h ^^ keii peTh; 

:.;.;..il . ffic-r. jE ^ chi'ng 

■-'^i^.:: if . ill a disirici. ^ ^ 

ii-- n Inc : priiicifwil wife, Jc 

^ chi'u^ iiie. Jg ^ leTfa shlh; 

the prhicijjal wife nod concu- 



PR! * 1005 PRI 

b'me. JQ^ j^ chth shoo ; prin- ^ pin^ e; priociples of t^a 
ci|«l point of diflcusflion, ^ pulse, ]^^ mi li keii«$ ; priii- 
jS kang ling ; the principal ciples of reason and justice, 
ibing, 7^ pan ; principal and j^ liking lun ;do. of erovern- 
Stfcoodary, -^ ^ sou y.^w ; meat and morality, {^ ^cl 
priocipal scope of a book, ff^ [ king ke ; principles of govern- 
•^ isung rhe ; che principal ' ment, ^ yjj kw5 poo ; priii- 

station, IE flL <^'^''"S wei' ; I ciples of moral propriety, ^fg 
will tell you the prlncip*-!! p.irt ^§ lo e ; principlep of nature, 

of the matter, ^ f^ ^ '^ Wi^ »"® '^"^ ^ sing, i^ 
kaoii joh yen show ; the prin- J^ leaJwi le, ^r 5^ t'lieen 
ci|)al character on a stas^e, JB i k he : a principle or foundation, 
Tj^chfnij mo; principal and ^-f is»ih. 
accomplices, "j^ j^ bhow To print, hr)o!<s, £^ ^^ 
tsunsr ; principal (not intifrciiit) yfn shoo ; do. for distrihuiioui 
3fC §|[ pun tsegn ; prhicij.al tp ^ ym sung, f (] ]J|^ yfn 
and interest, Tjb -^ mob tszli. she ; lo print many good books, 
Fkiucipality, ^ kenn. ^ j^|| ^ ^ to k'hth shen 
Peincipatj Y. 7^^ ^5 ta shoo: lo cut blocks for print- 
khae, -j^ ^^ Ui yo. | ing, ^ij ;^X ^^'*»^^^ P^" ? ^^ strike 




shflh, 5S>it '^'^" '« 5 tlie prin- ^ j.'han k'hih pan Jili^jC • P*i"t- 
ciiHe of life,)R|^ tsing k'he. intr ju two colours, ^ ^ 
a fixed principle, ^ |^ ting \ t'haou pan ; prhiting blocks, 
Idn ; first principle, ^ g| j^l t^V'" pan. 
kwan t'how : principle (incipi- j Phint, or mark, f^ haou ; 
ent yrigin) ^ -1^ chfn ciiaou ; j ^ print or drawinir, — ' 5M ® 
right principle, ^le; princi- i |£ ylh chang hwa firh; the 
pie of orgdnizarion, Jjg le; print of a horse's foot ^ pOo ; 
principle of order, g L\ fff it ig i^ p^int, ^ ff ^ §f $JJ 



^ tsing le ; principle of bene. 
▼olence, "^ ^ i^ jln che 
Ivaa ; principles of rij/ht, 
^ e U) ; moral principle, 





peen shTh so isat*. 

Printer, ^y ^ shoo 

^fia"g» ffijj W ^ shwah shoo 
telh, ^P ^ 1^ yin shoo telh i 



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a type-cutter, ^] ^ 6^ k'l«lh 
tsze teth. 

t'how yTh. ^"^^ i^wei sliSw 
teih ; prior know led i^^p, 7^ ^ 

PaiOR, hearl of a monastery. 
^ ;R fang chanr, ^ ^ 
kwaii cliob, ^ ^liwiiy chang. 

Prism, ^ ^^ nS ^^" P*^" 
t'lie. 

Prison, ^21^ keen la'n. 
^yilli, 1^ Jl hw^^n VUob. 
j^J^ liwan to^. ^ keuen. 

Hs.^^v, |g H ».": yu.j^n, 
PI ^ chow P j,^^ liiia ; iM-i- 
8on garments, ]]^ ^ chay e ; 
a prison for feinali.*8, i^ ';« nen. 
2J^ 2p nyu laou ; to bo in pri- 
8on,g^+lyi1liclimig,^^ 
tso yuli ; 10 bo put in pridon, 
A irt i"li k«cn. 

Prisonkh, ^ \ sfewjln, 
^ ^ SI 6^ A »^«en laon 
le te!h jin, |^ \ tsuy jIn. ^ 
TV fan jin ; prisoner of war, 
f? foo, ^ A ^<^o J^» ; a pri- 
soner at large, ^ |^ '^1 ^ 
s&w t'hiih chliub cliay.#^ kwa: 
a prisoner's cart, ^(^ 1^ ban 
ken. 

PiiiSTiNE, iS^fl^yuSn 
t'h6w telh. 

Privacy, to dwell in, 
^ yln keu. 






Privatk, 5b^ szc, 
tsan man^; private opiDioii, 
^ ^ tsee sze, ^ ^ ym e ; 
a private audience, ^^^^ *2* 
tub; |)rivate use, Qj H3 ke 
yuiij: private gains, ^ [|:j" 
yn Ml Is i* ; private invt^srint'iit, 
*^/fl^'"*'^ y""'^; private af- 
fair:?, ^\ ^ been sze ; private 
altars. fX ft ^^^ shay ; pri. 
va(/j ho\^ ill a ilieatre, ^^ ^ 
t.jlj k Ii Ml : a private I'lpart- 
'"^•"'7 f4i& sze te, 5§ ^ 
g.ian sbib ; private secretary, 
M '«<^>P"»,^^mr>yew, 

^ mo kil', eai ^ sze 

yay, rf< J^ ^^^ ™"> ; a private 
individual. |=l i^J A P*^ ® 
jn, fll ^ poo e : a private 
^^cntlt'man, ]^ dt cblioo 8z6, 
)gr 3^ ken sze ; a private tu- 
tor. 01 ^ se pin ; a private 
merchant, ^ ^ sze k'hlb ; a 
private office, ^ ^J sze yay . 
a private soldier, i ^pi sze 
tsub, ^51 tsang t'how, £S 
^ ping tsub ; a private dwell- 

^"JT> 1^ M P^^ "^^ 5 * private 
individual, ^ ^i»ni tod; pri- 
vate dibt, 5|^ ^ sze k'heen, 
^g^ ^ sze chae ; private (sel- 
fi*^**;) ^ *ze, P, kft, "^ bwae) 
for private use J^ ^ Ej M 
e kiing k^ yiing ; to rise from 
a private station, ^ ^ {fj 
;^ plh e ch'kah shin ; private- 



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lyi 3^ "p 8ze Ilea. 

Privities of an iiifaiu, _^ 

tsiiy, ^ "^ I^ <^>^^ ^*2e 
yifi. 

Privilkoe, g ^ ^ 5i 
csztt ySw che te; the ei^ht pri- 
vileged classes, /^ ^^ pa e ; 
special favour, /(^ JH tih gan. 

Privily, t^ ji^ gnan 1^, 
^ ^ raelh meYh. 

Privy, J§ hwan, ^ hwan» 
^ tsa, H tsing, PJ tsze, ^g 
^ bwan tsze. ^)0 n^^on 
teze, g ySn, gp ping, ^ ^ 
wei tow, pf ^ tsze t85, ^ 
^ raa6u k'haiii^, ^ i^ fan 

•t'^»"gi M ^ •^^'^^ k'liansr. 

Privy council, jp i^ I^ 
choo melh yuen,^ jf^ ^ E 
keim ke ta chin ; privy coun- 
cillors, P^^ niiy k6, P^ ^ 
^±«uyk6he5sze,^;|:g 
nriy seang, ^ ^Jj she ling, 
^ k6, 1^ ^nuy luh ; privy 
seal, ^Ig kw6urh. 

Prize, "^ ^ shang wuh, 
ffi'S';^^ k'haou Shan? 
che wiih : prize of victory, ^^ 
W:^^^ tlh shin? che 
k'haou laou ; reward, ,§^ *^ 
^an shang ; reward of merit, 

^S^^^fti paoukung 
che shang sze ; that which is 
sought after, fjf^ tpiW^ 
]^ ^ sb tsang tsgSn yaot! 
iseang clie wub ; palms of vic- 



•ory, ^ fee l.wa hflng, Hq ^ 

na taae, f^ |f ij^ "ft I't' 
shi'ng che shatiir. 

To PRIZE, to valii^, 1^ ^ 
g^eweipabup.M,^|^ 
^■^ k'haii wei chun;^ k\v«M'. 

Pao AND C(JN, ^^^-chfuig 
twan. 

Probablr, T5T ^ # ji 
k'hoesfn ith. # -^ ft(| sm 
tth ie^h,J\^^p;i Urn chin, 
flX^ «ze sho,^^ Jg kjn 
she ; highly piol)ablf*. ^ |^ 
kS heu. 

^ Pkohaiu, V, j^ ^ hw5 chay, 
j^ shaijg. j^ ,J2< uruiT p.Th.' 

Pkobatio\, trial, i^ptv'^ 
^ k'haoM Mi6 che sico, ^^ 
x^ Si she chan«' che szd. 

Probe, ^ chin, J^ tsan ; 
do. made of stone, i^ p6'en, 
^^ |)eeri chin; a probu for 
performing operations on thj 
eye, ^ 1^ kin pe. 

To PKOBK, to search to th'^ 
bottom, ^ ^1] chuy tsih, ^ 
j^l] t'lian islh ; to (>erforni ope- 
rations on the eye, j^ ^fS 

kwo yen mo sh^ fuh ming. 






Probity, ^25S © taon, 
e k*hf». ^ |5§ shcn tTh, 
^ lahn ching che tih, 





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woo Wang che 



Problem, a question propos- 



£e 



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PRO 





hing 



ed, PIK "^ wan ySn ; a riddle^ 
|§ m& y u ; a doubtful point, 

3! iw y*" y^ '» ^° ^^^^^ ^ P^°" 

blem in numbers, and seek a 
solution, ^^f^;^^ she 
k^ hd chefiin, jfgllt+B^lt 
/^ ^ fi"^*^ *^^^ ^^^"S J^ew che 

Problem ATicAL,^xpjf5 
Bwan puh tfng, 5^ % ^^ ^ 
liwo yew hwo wod. 

Proboscts, ^ 

chang teth pelh tsze. 

Procedure, ^^ 
wei, -^jl^bmstung. 

To proceed, to go forward. 

"|j)f ^ tse^n tsm, ^]||^ wang 

taeen, jUSI tsfn fa ; to pro- | 

ceed, to act, ^ ^ hing wel, ' 

t"^ ^ tsS wei ; to go fortli.iii 

ch'bul) ; to proceed from, ^ 

^ sang yew, ^^$ sang lag, 

Cfel ^ 5R yew sang lae, ^ I 

?f5yewlae,^;^tb^y6w| 

che ch'hiih laS, {t| ^ ch'hiih j 

boo ; to proceed on a journey; 

fj filing fa, ji^ been, ^ 

^»oo, 3E cbe, fj bing^ ^ tsfn; 

it proceeds from, itj ^ yew 

yu ; to proceed towards, 'j(Q 

jo6, f^ Le6, 5g sbtb, ;^ cbe, j 

f§ e ; to proceed to an office, ■ 

/PZ 'pE le jfn ; to proceed from j 

the less to the more important, | 

^ V^ A ]^ yew tsefen jub 




shin ; to proceed from igno- 
rance, ii^^M ^ ch'hiih 

boo wod cbo. 

Proceeding, measure, "Jfe 
^ tso wei, ^^ bfng wel, 

^f ^ '»^"g cbwang, ^ ^ 
liing tung ; proceeds, ^ ^ 
sang scTb, ^Ij J^ le sclb. 

Processions, (gay.) jAB 
pan sih, ^ S cb luin iSUi ; 
idolatrous do. ^ fl'j' ^ W 
ying shin sa^ bwiiy, ^ jfi^ sae 
sbm, ^ ftji yew shin, ^ f|t^ 
bwiiy sbln ; to make a proces- 
sion, g5^ 0^ she tseaou, ^"J 
gjl ta tseaou, fj ^ bin.^ 
heang, f^*^ tso bwuy ; do. 
according to the Romanists, 

^ff^i^Wi ^®"" '^i"g t^lien 
1«, Miiti^ scun^blng 
sung king. 

To proclaiiv, ^f^ seuen 
y^"g: ^tlj^eabu yii, g|j yil, 
seuen, JgJ ^ shing scii«m), 
_ Ife kca sliwo,_^ f# IJ2: 
cbwan sbwo, ]^ ^ seuen 
ka6u, "^ 7J^ kaou sbe ; to pro- 
claim from the house-tops, ;j^ 

kaou, 5f M rfn 1^ @ shing 
uh urh baon Uaou ; to cry 
aloud, ^ ^ tt^ ta shing 
keaou, 3^ ^ kcaou ban ; to 
proclaim to all ib6^ world, ^^ 
•^ ^ "I? poo kaou t'been bea. 
Proclamation, (Tmpftrial,) 
j^ cbaou cbe, ydj[ ^ cbih 





cbB6u, ^^ tan chatio, Jff I clian. ^^ a-liij yang, ^ 

^ haou Hug, ^ ka>u, ^| :^ sjing cliang. 

Tf; pa£ Bb^ ; a proclamation at I Pkocreatob, ^ ^ foo 

the end of a pole,^ ^ Ion j e»ng. 

poo; a gorornraent proclama- [ Pkoctor, f^ ^ ^ ^ 

lioD, "^ /}^ kaou bIiq, |)^ yu J lad 1^ eze chay, ^ ^ Kf 

Sy yii ; a prorlnmatton of the | kwan sze leTh, ^'^^^ 

Emperor, ^ ^ sliin^ yd ; a ! Irw'-u le eze leih. 

proclamation aiiacl)uil to a Rng , PiOcrRAHLE, nf J^ ^ 

on an arrow, ^ ^ UmE shoo- Sy k'lib e fih taou. 

a proclamntion, ^ ^ p'eaoii 



pan?, tR heth, ^X hciU 
wan, tJ* ^ ctiuh plli ; to is- 
sue a proclamation , ^ '^ jf^ 
fa kaou she ; a proclamation 
ofTeriDi; a reward, ^ ij^shang 



''"""■«"■'»-■ is -g- * 

chill. 

•''■*:. Wt 'stiw.lghwo jtobrinij 
ifcch^itofind,^f§ 



tec. { ^ chaoH tlh lae ; to procure 

pBocLiviTV, ^ 1^ wa«i<uatoinera,|^^fa khih; to 

mndu, ^ ^ 8;;ny liln*. i procure favour by bribes, ^ 

.Pboconsul, i^§ ^ Wuag I Jv i^mai jIn tsln?- 

twan,^'^ laiiiig idh. i Pbocurer, pimp.^ j^j^ 

ToPROcEABTiNiTE, 5^1^ ■ la p'he tenan, ^/^ wang pa, 

yan hwan, ^E |^ y6n ko, ^ i ?]C .^ shwuy ho,i. 

1^ tB«en ySn, f^jA^yio kew, | Pkocukess, bawd, ^ ^ 

>■««, ii ^ '•'•^ 'Hvan, ^ M I P«omoAL, ^travngant, |^ 
BOO Bung, Jl H ^ yag ji'h:^ hwa fci, ^ "^ diny die, 
Uzo :prorrasiiriating,j^^sho6 '^^chay hwa, ^ ^ chay 
M^i^M y^" j"' iW^'e.^ffichayy^n.Jf 1^ 
yue ; do not procraslinale cri- |ch^ t'liae ; a prodigal J^ ^ 
minal casce, ;^ ^ ^ pfih | Ung iBZe, j^llf ^ ^ lang 
Mw yiih ; to injure aflkira by j tang tszfe U, %l ^ jU, ^ 



procrastination, J^ ^ f^ 
chfi yen woo szc, ^■. 5^ ^ 
^ tae wan wo6 



^ Iwan fe[ lang yiin? c 
J>,0„,O.,.,TV, SH f_ gL 
fuf Iwan yiing, j 



To pRoCBRATJt, ^ ^«ang ^ ;^ ^ pae kga ne5 che sz6 



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PiioDiGiors, hu^e, ^ "j^ 
tsuy ta, "f^ -j^ kelli ta ; won- 
derful^^ ^ k^ ^, ^ ^ ^ 
^ -^ kd c tcTli yang taze. 

Pitonitiv, )^ !ae, *^ ^ 
kwac wuh, ^ -^- I^J 5^ ke 
e ter'li sze, ^ ^ ^ 'l*^ k^, 
kwa^ 8ze tsing ; prodigies, j^ 
^ yaou nee. 

To PttODUCE, ^ jH snng 
Chan, th cirhfih, 5^ fj5 if»a6u 
hwa ; to produce by mctamcr- 
phosifl, ^ ^ hwa sang ; do 
from ail e^g, $P ^ I wan sang; 
do. by birth, j^^ ^ t'haeeaoir; 
to produce or bring forth, ^ 

s^^i?, jl\z ilj B^ngchlinh,^ 
tsze, ^ tsze, ^^^ stlh, ^ ,% 

Bangs«ih,^ke, ^8an, ^ 
fa yuh ; to produce results, 

_ ^ ***^^ '^^ *' ^^ produce^ 
grow, ??H rhth, /x?( t!«z^ : to I)e 

produced, ^ Jjg »'^'*g *'^ ; 
BOineihin<r produc<'«l from no- 

tUUvr, dte ifj ^ >ff WOO 

chung BiiUiT yi-w. 

P#<oi)r(TofM romitry, ju 

t'hoo p«'^n.]^ijig Ban wuh; 

re-^ulr. ^ ^ kee kwo ; effects, 
^ ^ heaou neen, IP;^ ^ 
kung hcaou. 

Pmoduction, (of the soil), 
gg t'hob san, ^ ^ wuh 
san. 

PftODucTTVF. ferrile, ;^ ^^ 
fung yil, ^^ ^ san^- tlh 





± 



to, ^ (# t:^ Bang t«i k^iwae ; 
productive influences of nafnr«», 

M» wt ^^^ y'" J productive 
soil, ,^J^seTh jang. 

Profavation of sacred 
•hinRB, ^E. ^ ;^f| fan sh.'ng 
clictsiiy. 

Profanf., irreverent, jjffi 3S 
-^ woo kung ki'ni : a profane 
or common use, |^ f^ suh 
ynng ; common, ^ ^ ping 
chang. 

To PROFANF., sacred things, 
3tF ^ ^^^ shi'ng ; fo fail of res- 
|)ect, ^ 1^ shth king ; to pro. 
fane tlie imi)erial name, ^|i 
^ ^ fan yh ming: to pro- 
; fane what is pacred ^ '^ 
I pe?, tub. 55 H^ sec wci, f^ 
i^ 1& ^^ woo wef shing 
wuh, fe "ft ?g i|# ^"»'»"*^' 
m;ni shing wuh, ^^ V^ 3& 
^[ Ilea woo shi'ng sze. 

Profanfnkss, with reirard 
fo (he wordrt of the sajes, ^p 

^ A- <^ W ^*^^ tilling jiu 
che yen. 

l^o ri««»Frss, to declfire o- 
P^^^ly. ^^ shing niiUg. 0)j 

IS «"^"g J'"» SB Ui S % 

ming sliwo cirhuh lae ; to con- 
fess, fj^ ^^^ chaou ji'n. 

Pn«>FF.SSKIiLY good bill ill- 

:wa.dly bail, VJ ^ J^^ 

^ k'libw she sin fci. 

I PuoFJiibsiON, 0{)cu dcclara- 



1011 



PRO 



lion, Bd S ;2 13 "-ing 
thwd elie 8z£ ; a public pro- 
fession of rsligioa, VtttSi Wf 
(^ kung jSn hoo yuen, ^ 
18 H S ""ing j<ii lisi""! 
k wei ; profsssion or biisineas, 
yi^szlneS, 4i$ 1^ shall 

KKxliral |>rof.!s.ioii, g Pi 
e mOn, ^^l.•»kSa;li"='«- 
,, do. ^ p hiiS nffi ; ih^ 
profession of IcUira, 5^ ^ 
kb HfS ; a iffofession of virtue, 
I* ^ aeaou wan. 

Pkofbssos, ^ JE he5 
chfng, ^ ^ liiio, eze ; i^ 
frtBor of belle Ipltcra, ^T ^ 
^ ^ w5n taz^ seen tang! 
iwofecnor of the saored booia, 
gg ^ ^ ^ l(iiig shoo seer 
f^n^\ proftsBor's chair, |5 5^ 
li«n rhkn^. 

To PRUFFFR, to offer, ^ 

f!if^ Itiing Blioo : nff-r for sale, 
Hg hcuen, ^ W '"=""=" 



niae- I 

PRonnvNcv ii learning, i 

ffUfeAS^i^" ■"■" 

v& Ic v6 ; to "i"'"^ ^ iiroficiency 
in learning. 3W. n 'sanu e. 

PROFii.r.^ff ''^aSang; 
Imlf-face, #■ ^ ^ pwa" 
meen 8t=an-, ^{^ ■;§ Q pw4n 

Profit, ^I,^IeBeih, ^"IJ 
^ le iBeefi ; to obtaio profit, 



^ $1] tth le ; profit and loss, 
^ :^ keen mQh, ^l] ^ le 
has ; to profit, ^ ^ pe y^ 
Pbofitart.k, ^IJ le, '^ 
kin,#ppe,^^yew yriK 

pROFLrGATK, l^ ^ MlH) 

lang fei Iwan yiinL', V§ ^ 
laouyiie;#BZ^.^^fing 

fing t'hni.g, ^ tszi. 1^ 
'■an? IE@minBhin,5£-i^ 
hwiin2yin;a proQigale child, 
ftfc^pa^tszi. 

Propound, ^ ffls 7"^ 

tenon, ^ ^ kaou melh, S 

teaou yaou, f^ gsn, J^ 

goou niea6u, ^ ^ heS 

hwijh, ^ hcnng, ^^ hun^ 

lH^ keaou mca6ti, -j^ ^ 
meaou mlng, ^ melli, S 
neaou, Jg .^ neaoii swan , ^ 
pcii, *^ "hin ; ^leaoii, Jfsl 
'"Oi;, ^ yaou, ^ yi^w, "^ , 
'shlh, Jftk'hwae, 1^'^ yew 
Uhin, ^ ?^ eliin gaou, ^ 
'^^ yaoii Ipoou ; profound wis- 
dom.^gicM.I,in,-aSJS 
nliiii Ea-in : n profotmd bow 
5^35?f^ll«hin shin M 
yTh. 

Profuse, ^^chay chfe, 

Profusion of promiaCB, ^ 
P W8^ ">""»" k'hbw y(ng 
diing. 



PaoG, Il£ i^ k'heih wulij 
^ ^shthwab, P Jgk'bw 
leang,^'^ Uaagahlh, 1^ | 
CJ kwo k'hbw. I 

To PRoa, /J-* ^ 3e*bu wo, 
^ ^ pa show. I 

To pROQKNERATE man, ^ 
^ sang tBzi, ; to progenerate 
ia ihe veeetable world, is call- 
ed ^ ^ sang chimg. 

PaoiJKNiTOR, iffl tsob, Tf: 

^ 130() fo6, ifiB. ^ tsob tsuite, 
^ 11 tam.^ l«ob, ffil ± 
tsobfhang, JlJf|E_8lian? "ob. 
5tiflfl. seen taob,^[H. 7^}^°'* 
seen, ^ fS kea tsob, (li )|3 
kaoii Uob, Jl -R iiil^ 
shant; ta^ taob tsung, ^ 'p^ 

fr3ji^l«I'> ^^ 'elU 1800 

tBiing ; the first progenitor, y^ 
jjj^ yiiSn tsob, j[^ jj^ die tsob, 

# jfli. Pclh tSOTK 

ch&ngrteah, j^ ^ Isi'ih iuy. 
^$^ fsiing My ; a proseny 
ofliuinan beinga, ^ )^ jli« 
Iijy : a numerous progeny 
W" Vl '^'^ y*'" i progeny of 
vi|«rs, llflj ^:^^ shay 
tiih che luy. 

PnoaNosifl, of a diH<*He, 
^ ^fe pfng chaou, ^ |§f 
ping »]ii. 



PHOGSoSTic.^clia-^". wt 
ek,^kw4.p8;;an...i|^ 
taKen le, I^?(o '"" cha^.u, ^5 
M cbgO" ''how, ^ j^ Sim 
chaou, ^^ ^B ke chaou, ^ 
^k yu chaou ; a favourable 
lirognostic, || chin, =^ |^ 
Itefh aean?, ^ jl^ keJh 
r.ha6u, ijt^ J^ seang suy, ^ 
J^siiy yi'ng ; an unfavoura- 
ble prognostic, ^ ^ heungi 
chaou,!^ i^ heung seang, 
;t^g^ pub seang. ^ it kew 
<;hin ; the fulfilment of pro?- 
noBtica, (^^chcn nCen, Q 
^ chcn yi'ng, ^ ^fc (5 S^ 
yu chaou chen ni-en ; an nn- 
fulfilled prognnslic, f^ "^ 
^chen poll Itn?: ihc science 
of prognosticB.pt W <1 ^ 
tBdSn hwuy die he6 ; the sacrfit 
study of prognostics, ^ ^ 
yin chen ; a pro:;nostic hy 
dreams, ^^ 5(>j raung chaMi. 
To pr.onN<J8TiCATE, ^ 

|> chon piih, 1\ ^|>prili kwat 
fj if, la kwa, ^ 3E ll"g 
WOi) : do. according ti»' rule, 

by thiee cash, j^ ^R^k'hi 
kob ; do. by dreams, ^^ ^B 
mungcha6u; hy the eye, ^^ 
lchin;do. by shells, g chin, 
I by sacred tallies' ^ ||| k'hew 
ts^en ; do, by the Ylb-king, 
1 \\ % piili yJh. 



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FRO 




Pkogkosticator, ^ 1^ ch6, j^f ^ chow choo. 
j^ 4^ k'bb kwb se®" sang, j Progressive, ^[(Hp'ha/*. 

P&OGRAMMB,^ ^ tan I Progressively, ^ 
toz^fJo. of an oiBcial proces- ; l{iy tseen. 

»io«. SI S )f?f^-"^ Pa^)fe i To PROHIBIT, ^ kfn, jH 
H g|l k'h^ ma pae ; do. of a j die, |^ k'hew, J^ 6, ^ 
religious ^procession, ^ © heung, |{[ woo, ^ jg. kin 



loo y^w, 8^ tS ^ loo yew 
tan : do. of a show or a play 
|^.^yueDtan, ^ H he 

tan. 

Progress, any course of 
evil or good prinriplcs. JjjQ law ; 
do. of a ship, ^ -ff cliwaii 
hill? ;do. in fame ami ll(^no^J^^ 
]gJJ ^ tee^n ch1ng,|lf H ^ 
;7iJ^ iseen chung yuen ti. 

Tofrogress^ move onward 
and forward, ;^ fs>'"- fT ^**'*o' 



Uoo, tl »^'»^in, ^It ^i^ 
cha, & j^<3 kfn yo, ^ ^ 
fung km, ^ ^k'hew kin, 
^ 5^ l^i'n keae, ^ g)^ km 

keae, ^ ^' han ken, p.^ 
K»'n ke ; by edict, ^ | 

ithrabu joo kin che, jj^ fj 
4^ It yen hiwr kfn ch^ ; to 
prevent, ^ ]]- isoo che, fB- 
'(^ tboo choo, ^ [H Ian tsoo, 
Ian cho^ : to prohibit 




ii^J 




butchering, ^^ ^ kin too ; 



^ l^ isiien ism, fd IX ^^'"^^" I to prohibit wine, J]^ Jg kea^ 
l'*"^» ^C "fT ^*^"" ^""o» ^ *^^^^ ' *^o prohibit gaming, J^ 




seen isijw, ^ 'f^ chaou 
ii^.-en,3§l ^ kwo k'l.cii, ^ 

li^f ft ^ ^^"S ^^'^^^ '**"= 
tsbw ; to proizress in virtue, 

chang 





improvement &c. ^ ^ 

"B^ iil wang tsr^n tsi'n, flIJ 
tseefi Isi'n yu shen; 



Ig" keai too ; to prohibit lewd- 
hcss,^"^ keae srh, J^ j^ 
keae p'heaou ;J to prohibit ma- 
•jficians and depraved arts, ^g 

ih ^ijl M ^P fit >"'« «=he 8ze 
WOO seay shuii ; to prohibit 
the import of grain, ^^ |^ 
keth telh ; to prohibit private 



to progress in virtue and leave hutchorinu: of plou.|hing cattle, 
Off evil liabits, ^ # ^ ill ^ f^ '^1^ ^ kin sze t8a^ 
tseen shen kae kwo • to make : kaiig new ; to prohibit pecrct 
no progress, -j;!* ^ HU ^'hig coinage of money, |^^^'J> 




^ 




puhts^en, ^^ :?C JHCtso 
Bzo piih tscw ; to progress 
with difficulty, jf^^ choo 



jjj| km sze chooseaou tseen ; 
10 prohibit opium smoking, 
^9K^ JT=kfn k'heih ya 



PRO 



1014 



PRO 




p'heen ; to prohibit uiipositions 
on the public, ^ M^ WiW 
J& ^^V^^ ^^^ ya.iu yen hwd 
chdog. 

Prohibited, goods, ^ 
kin bo ;do. place, ^|^ kfi 

PaoHiBiTiox, ^ ]^ chill 
keae, ^ -^ km h'ng, *| ^J 
kin Che, ^Jl;;^lf km che 
cto 8ze, «| Jt ^ ^ ^ 
kfn che telli kaou she ; prohi- 
bitions for avoiding «* rt-on 
words and actions, »^ ^ ^ 
^;e hwuy che kin ; atitiiii lo 
tlie proliibition.s of heaven, ^g 
^ J{5^ kin I'liecn kea-j ; to 
break through prohibiiioiis, ^(J^ 
^1 fan km ; viohuor of pro- 
hiDuioiia, ^ :^IL ^ q^ y. w 
fall ktnchay. 

PiioiiiDiToay, re-.'iilation, 
{eH il.lekin, SRfll^keac 
teaou. 

Project, H^ mow, f| ^ 
ke indw, gf f^ ka tsTh ; to 
project, to Bchcine, ^ ^ too 
indw, ^ ^ m6w szc ; to de- 
lineate, ^^hwa yanjj; to 
throw out, ^ Ji} a chliuh, 
^ lij paou ch'huh. 

Pbo/ectile, )5f g Uj 
i^ so fa ch'huh che wuh, 
^ JJi^chlh k'heu she wfih. 

PuOLAPSUa ANIj^Blf^ 

chudn Chang chS, ^ ^ t6 
kang, ^ kung flj^ ^ 7^ ^ 




to fiun^ lita j«jo pmg. ^41 
p'hang. 

Proi.f.gomeita, ^ 51 *^" 
y"»- )^ X sen wan, J^ fSl 
sed *z-i. 

PuoLiFfCrSt^ihan. ^^ 
gh.-ii sang, ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ 
to hwuy San*; vaii^.^ cU\y. 

Pkolix, ^^ :^6^ chaii? 
chaii J teth: do. in discoiir3r;.g|^ 
g5 Ml ^ kcaiig liwa heii 



«:i;iin/. 





s.'-en 






Pkoloci roR, 

yen chay . 1^ W ^ A ^''^ 

yen che jiri. 

Prologue. ^ ^) seen ym, 

J^ 13^ sed hwa,^^-J thaJu 

liwa. 

To pROf.ONo. to delay, 3^ 
chAhwaii. ^^ch^ yen, 
^ yen hwan, jjl H ^ 

yae, jih tszc \ to prolong a f)eriod, 

^ 1!^ k'liwan been, ^ R 

^ khwan jih tsze, ^ ^ ^ 

k'hwan jlh ke. 

Promenade, Je fJ '^ S^ 
y6w hingche laiig. 

Prominence, (Lg tu /^ 
t'hfih ch'huh che niaoii. 

Prominent, in high relief, 
r. {T| shang ch'hiih ; emi- 
nent, ^ ^ chd yue, J^ J^ 
ch6 e ; principal, gf 5tC slibw 
seen ; conspicuous, Jtl KS 
ch'hiih tlidw. 

Promiscuous, ^^^tsan 




PRO 



1016 



PRO 



hwan I wan ; mixed matierB, 
5n|^^ tfla faeang ; common. 

tftng yiine : promiscuous inter- 
course, ^ ^ JSSb ^ y^y '^^ 

cbinggbw. . 

To PROMISE, ^^pff hen 

chan heo, qT^'^^, Jg^if^ying 

«*>toft iSroyOw'n, ^lll 

3^ y^j TO i^ri, f^ kwei, 

^ j^°> Hi If y^'^K tea ; one 
promise is worth 1000 pieces of 
gold, — ^ ^ ^ yAnS 
tseen kin ; to promise in mar- 
riage, ^ tsze ; I promise you 
^ Iftl5^ gnb j\\ nk ; to pro- 
mise to give, 3^ g^p nee heu J 
to obtain a promise,^ — ^ ^ 
tth yth n5 ; to fulfil a promise, 
1^1 ^ Ueen yin ; to break a 
promise, ^ ^ shih yfin, ^ 
M ^n k'bw ; to promise, as a 
superior, 1^^ gnanchiin ; 
to promise as an Emperor, ^ 
TQjooyun. 

Prokissort note, ^ ^ 
kee tan. 

Promontory, jft "j^ te 
Bhbw, MJ ffl ;^ 1^ san 
ch'huh che show, |i| |[|§ san 
t'h6w,milj|8antsuy,%)^ 
ifi /\ ^ if* t6 hing t'huh 
juh ha^ chung. 

To PROMOTE, ^j^ chaou 

F 




yy chaou shing, j|@i$ chaou 
keu : to promote and degrade, 
1^ 9gg chih chuh, ^ ch5 ; to 
promote the good^ JS ^g keii 
8h6n ; to promote (advance,) 
^^keuydng,|||5t1my 
Mh, ^ ^ chaou pa, J^ ^ 
tsin ta; to promote useful 
things, ^J ^ le yung ; to pro- 
mote erroneous doctrines, ]^ 
•^^ ^ kung foo e twan ; 
to promote an officer, jjti ^ 
kea kwan, JJU ^^ kea keih,^ 
pT tsi'n chin ; to promote to 
office, ^ futig, ^ ^ tS pa ; 
in a lit*^rnry sense, ^^pa 
kiing, ^ ^ hin^keii ; to be 
promoted, _Q 

yflnt'hd, 3|5 
tang kin p^ng, 
1^ shing. 

Promotion, ^^ tse^n 
ching ; to be promoted to tlie 
1st rank, ^^ — ^ leSn 
shing yth p'hia ; high promo- 
tion, j^ !^ kaou shing. 

Prompt, S^ seiih, ^ ^ 
seilh j6n, ]|[ ^ chth fseth,^ 
tsie ; prompt effort, ^ ^ fun 
meen ; ready, ^ ^ fang 

p^^"»M^y<^pei- 

To PROMPT any one, 
t'huy chuh ; arouse, 
s^n&MfetSk'h^, 
yin. 





shanor 



_ kaou 
jqp ch6 16, 





PRO 



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PRO 








To PROMULGATE, 

sliing kaou, fS>chu8n, 
chu^n yang, ^ ^ p6 yang, 
jffi ^ poo yanij ; to promul- 
gate virtuous principles, ^ 
jg chu6n tanu ; do. every 
where, ^ ^ p'ob yang, ^ 
piih ; do. an order, ^ seun, 
chuSn ming ;do. books. 
•^If chuy ySn. 
To pROMULGE, (to the em- 
pire) MtS5'C J pan chaou 
t'heenhSa, M W P*^" ^^^^' 

M ^^ f^^ p«^' ft ^ ^^"^ 

she, M ft pan hing, ^ J 
pan hea, ^ seuen, jg^ ^ 
seuen yang, @ sbiag, ^ 
seuen. 

Prone, bending downwards, 
^J^ fob shin, D^U^ keiih 
shin, D3 "& ^^ ®^'^^ » inclin- 
ed to any thing, W 1^ ^^^ Sv 
yew peen sin teth, ^ {^ f^ 
1^ y^w pe^n heang telh. 

Prong, 7^ "^ ch*ha 
tsze ; a prong for catching fish, 
J^^yach'ha. 

To PRONOUNCE, ^ Ul ^ 

keang ch'hiih laS, fg; fclj jfe 
shwoch'hiih laS ; to pronounce 
clearly, ^|^^1$ ming 
p!h 8hw5 hwa, §% # ^ 
shwd tlh ming ; to pronounce 

'^'^diy, M'^l^l^ y« yi" 

piih tiiy ; to pronounce sen- 
tence, ^ ^ )£^ ^hin 9Z& 




h'ng gnan, Jg S9f ^'^"8 ^^a"^- 
Pronunciation, m ^^ 
k'hbw k'he, P ^ k'hbw yin, 
g^ rT '^^a yin ; pronuncia- 
tion, (bad)l^ |g Chen na,f^ 
t# ^ 8hw6 tih pub habu. 
Proof, ^^ cl.ingr neen, 

5S 1^ P'"g ^^"^ f^ ^chfng 
keii, ^ 5^ keuin k'e ; take 
proof and you will obtain it, 
m IpP ffu ^ tsaou keuen 
flrh hw6 ; proofs of efficacy, 

jMi w '^'^S n^cn ; having 
proof, ^ ^ tl^ yew pa pfng, 

^ im j'n k<^*'i ; no proof, ^ 
j^ wo6 p'hing keu. 

Prop, ^chod, ^^ cho6 
tsang, ^ ts«en, Jg^ ting 
choo, ^ t* che choo, f^ 
chang, ^ t'hang ; a slaniing 
prop, ^ tseay ; a prop of 
stones, ^^chc. 

To PROP, ^ M ^ woo, ^ 
choo ^ ^ choo chang, ^ 
juen, ^ juy, ^^ze ; to pmp 
up, ^ maou, ^ nelh, ^ 
tseay, J^ maou, gj^ tsang ; to 
prop up with a post, ^ chansr. 

To PROPAGATE, children,^ 
^ sang tszfe ; to propagate re- 
ligion, ^ ^ chttSn keaou, j^ 
|qf ^ P5 kwang hing keaou 
mfin ; do. plants, ^ j£ chugn 
chi\ng. 

To PROPYL, a boat, 
pang, all ^ tsin chwan, 




PRO 



1017 



PRO 






cbaoQ : to posh forward, 
gj^ fhay taedn k'hed, 
fhuy k'heii. 

To PRopEND, 1^ heang; 
to propend Cowards good, tn] 

I heang sb^n. 

PROPByBB, ^ ^ yew ft, 

p'heengae, ^jg 4!J 
p'been sin. 

Propensity, ^ filielh, 

' M sfng p^ielh, Ipi ft 

InJ sing tslnff p'hi-eii heang. 

Proper, fit, ^ ^ le yinff, 

^ h6 tang, ft sh^, ^ 

kae jen •, suitable, 3iC ^i 

fe, ^ IC ho e, ^ kae, "^ 
k'hb ; proper dress, >^ ^ pirn 
e ; a pioper deportment.^ jH 
yung ^ ; proper for one's-self, 
^ BS tsze ying. 

Property, (landed), j§| 
^^1 san ne^, ^ ^ shlh nee ; 
personal pro|>firty, '^ ft^* f6w 




acquired by one's -self, ^ jfel 
pj^ tsze ciriiwang nee. 

Proper i.v, adjusted, ^^jA 
^ekwei kcii: ^^tsSching. 

Prophecy, 3£ ^ ^ ^ 

5g" ?J^^*^« y^» ^ 3W # 

f# ^SS X Been che sh 
cliudn che king wan, ^ ^[J 

/t^ 1^ ^ ^ ;2l afe seen 

die go sliwo wd lag che sze ; 
tlic Chuiosn use ^ d§^ tsin 

h5"y. B^ ^ it 'j^ ;^ 

tse^n tfug chin chaou che 




t.^a4^, ; family fsfnio, 
kea isisc, ^ |g kea nee, 





^ kea tsitrt ; properly, oi 
wcaltli, ^'/J* tsae ^ tseen, ^ 
^ ho tsze, ^uzc, B)^ le; 
proi>erty inherifed from one's 
ancestors, sft ^ wei nee, itB 
^ tsob nee, ^ ^ kd nee ; 
the properties of a thing, ^t 
Sing, >^^ |>"n si'nflj ; to dis- 
criminate do. 1^ ^ ^ !|^ 
peen wtih che sing; projierty 



yen. 

To prophesy, ^ ^ yj^ 

^ ^ ^ «een yfeu we lag che 
sze, ;^ 1> 5fe ^ we puh 

seen che. 

Prophkt, 5fc ^ seen die, 
^ ^ ^ ^ ^*a we lad chay, 

M^^5|5#ya che we 

!a.3 chay ; the Chinese use for 
uu extraoriliiiary teacher, ^g 
/V^ pjifrifr iio ; for diviners they 
use, p ±r jC ^ P"h '^wa 
Seen sang. ^C aU "dP ^®^" ^^^ 
tFze ; [)ersont< jiossessedof fore- 
kr\owled^t* are called, flof it 
shiih szo. 

Prophetess, l^^fli^;^ 
seen che che nyu, ^ ^fl 5^ 
^9^ seen che shing nyu. 

Prophetic^ songs, |^ |^ 
ko yaou, gg ^ yaou yen ; do. 
used by children, ^ ^ tung 
yaou. 



PRO 



pROPBCTic saying, ^33 
uin yii. 

To PROPisR, pledge, ^3@ 
diln tfcw, ^ ^ [B'liinc la&w- 

To PROrlNQUATR, 

tiew kin.g^ ^ lae kin, 
tQ (06 kin. 

To PROPITIATE, to conci- 
liate, ^ ^ fall I16 ; to a.p- 
pcaae wrath, .Eti^^^*"-"' "°^ 5 
to atone for guilt, ]q^ ^ itiah 
tsiiy. 

PmpI TIATION, Bf ii;2^?^ 

sliQh tsiiy che ts^. 

PnopiTitma, favoHrablc, ^ 

^ ^ ""•«%. ^"BM 

fl Bliu'ntelli.jl^flgahiinUung; 
propitious gale, }^ ^ Bhiin 
fung ; propitious or lucky, f[S 
shfen, ^ kelh, # eh^n. 

P«OPORT,ON,lf|IP;^|!f£, 

BSijog cli'I.h.g che ntain, tt ' 
m <^ '-^I relative iptaliiica-. 
BE "^ P^' I'll' ; a <ltie projior- 
tion of plaiiinesf nnJ orna- 
meiit,j^pjn, 

PaopORnoKATr, ;fg ^ 
B."ang yi'ng, 1^ ^ geatig liiy, 
ffi ^ aPane tang, ^ ^ 
fleanj 6, fg ^ aeaiig shfih. 

PROPOSAT., f^ ^|j§ ahwfl 
tethhwa ^ f[-tl ft chtn tolh 
■'^.^Mfr^ebch'inteTh 

To PROpoaB, to put before 

™«> £c ;^ @ % •!>« 7& 



loe^n tsedn, j^ ^ "^ fani; 
tsaetsego; to oflbr for ronsi- 
deration, |K fQ. ^ ® ch'tn 
ahwo pun e : iesi>ectfully to pro. 
~"^Hnkeu, it BR 
kingch'in. 

Proposition, ^ ^ >2. 
^ drill shwo cUe sze ; inten- 
tion, 5^^ ^ szd, }g ]^ cEie 
Cj^PJchehcang. 

Phopkiktob, ^ 3^ yu6n 
cliob ; proprietor of an estate, 
^ ^ neecbob. 

PitOPRIETT,^^^,^ le.pjf 

g 5it si. wei «. 

TopRORoouB. to delay, J^ 

ftan k5, ^l^chft liwai>, 
^cheyeo.j)!^ ^ya,4 
jThtsze; to put off the busi- 
nees of a court, ^ ^ sin 
yay. 

To pnoscBinE, to oiillaw, 

^ fa tstjng keun ; to inti-rdict, 

* '"'"• J. 

PbOse, not poetry, 5^ wan ; 
common talk, ^ ^ diang 
yo. 

To pBosEctJTR, at law, j^ 
^rhiiy k^w,^hae, *- hlh, 
^^kew |>cen, ^ na ; to 
pTOsecule before a magi^'i'nio, 
■S a k.6u sung, © 'ffi 
kaou chwang. 

Prosbcl-tor, ]^ ^ yu£n 
kaou. 



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PaosBLTTx, fn ^ f^ nil : 
sin jiih keaou telb, 1^ f»|| Q^ ; 
^ fang Icea6u telh to6. 

Pbosodt, (rules of) ^ 
sheleah, =i=^';^ft'ym 
yun che fa. 

Prwect, 3fe ^ kwang 

^^"gj ^ ^ J'^ng she ; a beau- 
tiful prosi>cct, ^ ^ kea k'm^, 

5c 'W^ "^ei king ; do. near, ^ 
1^ king rh.i ; the view of a 
couniry, ?[^ ^ hing 8h§, J^ 
71^ hingcliwang ; the prospect 
of a Jioiise, ^ JnJ tso heang, 

P3 p ni^'i" meen, ^ ^ kcuh 
meen. 

To PBOSPKH 35Schth, Jpl^ 
hmg wan?, ^ ^ t'hiing" ta, 
KHflJ shiJnle, m^ hlng 

ft- ^ suy, ^ 4i2'1"g8eang, 
l^Il||fafah,3^JIi|nafah; 
the ways of a good man pros- 
per, ^ ^ 5a ^ keun tsz^ 
U'l'iichang. 

Prospf.rity, ^ Q kcTh 
ch'an?, f I) ^ le: ui, f Ij T^ 
le she, ^J J^ le loo ; pros- 
perity, and happiness, JJQ hoo, 
$ ti^ ^(I ^ sze tsing le ta, ' 
3p^ pine gnan, ^fH gnan 
fuh, ]^ JIP king fnh : prosperi- 
ty in all things, "g^ ^ jlj*^ 
pTh sze shun tang ; prosperity j 
and adversity, "y*!^ kan k'ob, 
^^^^ shing shwae 
chft she ; in prosperity not to 




desert the right way, ^ ^ 
"^altapuhlStadu. 

PbosbbroitSjJJ^^ t'hung 
ch'ang,,||^hefenta,iglH 
kea shdn, J^ SE Mk Wt wan 
sz^ 8(iy e, 1^ Ien cl^'^^g shfng, 
!^ h% ; prosperous dynasty, 1^ 
^ h^ chaou ; prosperous cir* 
cuinstances, )l^^shdn k/ng* 

Prostitute, J^ jgt ^'^'^'^g 

p'eaou tsz^, ^ ]|^ yin foo-SJ 
MO ^ woo islh t'heen, ^^ 
p'heaou tsz^, Jq^ ^ ch'ang 
yew, j[g Jif' ch*ang fo6, j^^ 
che ; to prostitute one's daugb« 

Q^u ts5ch'ang. 

Prostitution, (given up to) 
^ j^ haou pW 

Prostrate, -fj^ foo, ]g[ 

fnn, '|»1'D|^ king fob, H me, 
^#l^plh,jg '^k'eaou 

k'hea, m P^^, m ^"^ H 
keang, g) loo^ ch5, M ^ 
t'heen p'hart,^sth ; prostrate 
strength, fj ^ leth p5. 

To prostrate, )tb ^''^i 
to prostrate one's-self In the 
mire, JJ^ "^ nS show, f^ 1^ 
^ tun shbw pa^, ^ fun, f§ 
^ yen nliy; to fall down 
prostrate, |^ f |^ teen foo, f|] 
pth, Wi keu5, fJt ^ ffih t4, 
iHS^ifeT pa tsa^t^hea. 

Prostration, ceremony of, 



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£ fiE ^ k'he isze lelh cbe 
keaou hwang, tan tsung Yay 
Soo che shiDg king chky. 

PaOTBSTANISM, ft^ 

sew ching keaou, j^ 
ka^ sin keaou. 

PROTEUSCOPE, ^ ^ ^ 

wan hwa tflng. 

Protocol, ^ f^ nego 
ch'haou. 

Protomartyr, 'M'SEjft 
WCSC^^ sbbw seen wei 
keaou ch^ ming chay. 

Prototype, ^ ^ peabu 
yang. 




^ts'gcn 
che 



^E|k5 tiidw,irp g|k«bw!2ftM iS.^f[^S^ti 

t'hdw. 

To pRdTECT, ^ pabu, ^ 
^ pabu hoo, 1S pi, JfE ^ 
P6 yiw, ^ 1$ pabu ydw, ^ 
■how, ^ wef, f^ yiw, ^ 
HJ chob pabu, ^ "^ chob 

^ kung chanu ; may heaven 
pioteet, ^ ^ ^ fg hwang 
t'heen keuen yiw ; mav heaven 
protect him, ^ f& ^ t'heen 
y^w che ; to protect the people, 

JSi JKi P® '^^" > ^ protect un« 
justly, !^ )^ 8iin pi, |B ^ 
tan hoo ; to protect secretly, 

PaoTBCTiON) ^ heae, |^ 
1^ mih yiw ; to protect one's 
life, ^ ^ wei sang ; protec 

tion of heaven, ^/2lffi ^'^"^ 
cheyi'W. 
PnoTRCTOR.^ffichob koo. 

To PROTEND, WB[ :^ la 

phingr, ^ H :^ ^ shin 
k'hae (a chari^. 

To PHOTK8T, <^ ^ kaoU 

BO'^) It ^ 8hw6 mlng, ^ 
)?t (S ilf 1^ B^ tang Chung 
me^n tsedn shwd nitng. 

Protestant, ^ J^ ^ 

ix ^^ 1^ fSS ^ tuy Chung 
ming shwSpfib k'hang tsQng 
cbay ; one who professes the 
Protestant religion, sH ^ i 




TOPROTBACT 

y6n, ^ y«n, 
hwan ; to protract a period, 
^ a la k'hwan jTh k«. i^ 
g -J- yaS jth tsze, % ?^ 
k'wan he^n ; to draw out, ^ 
•@ la chan^. 

Protracted, 5§^ ts'een 
yr^n. ^ ^ man yen, ^ yin, 
3|£ ^ yen ch6. 

Protubkrancr in a tree, 
5^ ^ hwny muh, ;?fj ^ 
mfih lew, f^ chen ; protuber- 
ance of flesh, JgJL ^'^"» Ml 
yew, ^ yew ; a small do. ^ 
tsang, % k'hb. 

Pkotvrrbant, U t'hOh, 
^^ 5^t'hiih rh'huh lag; 
protuberant eyes, ^ han, ^ 
{ij f^ muh ch'hilh madu ; pro- 



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iuberant abdomen, ^ ]|^ ! ch'huh lag ; to prove by the 
pliangchaiip, ^ k'hc, ^|c ^ taste, i^chan^, |^ i^ ehg 
fci Chang, ^ ]^ fel chang ; I chang,^ ^ ^ chang tszS 
protuberant swelling, ^ ^ wei. 

PaovRNDER, ijg !^ ieang 

tsabn H^ b4, ^^ ^blh wuh. 

PKovERn, fj^Ty^n, "^ ^ 



pan hwang. 

Proud, ^ chiih, 
keaou gaou, ^ hoo, 
ypn keen, ^ k'htaou. 



J^ ^aoii ban, ]^ ^ ke\i\ yen ySn, ^J^ B§ tsew tsae, g 
jeu. p[ gg- tsze ken, y?^ kwa, I fS le yu ; the proverb Bays, 

^ 2r^. W[ g^6uM gaoii ; ! ii yan yue, (^ gf 2? 
f|g( fH tsew keen, ^ fuh, jjg I suh yu yun. 
^ heuh heuh, ^ new, ^' To provide, j^|^ pe pan, 
^ selh selh. §S |g ^ y;,n 'jT^ j^ yu pe, J^ shen ; to 
k hwang ta, ^ pnou, ^ ^ j provide against old age. Py ;^ 
ta e, ifH tsoo, ^ gaou, ^ fang labu ; to provide against 
keaou, ^ ^ keaou chay ; a , hunger, ^^ ^ fang ke ; to 
proud gait, ^^ yaou yaou ; ; |>TOvide and prepare, 0^ f^ 
proud flc<?b, 1^ hin. j[^ seTh; I fa"? P« J to provide and supply, 
proud at fust and afterwards I '^i^ kung keTh ; to provide, 
respecfiil, ^ fSj ^ ^ ^ ft kae pe( ; to_ provide 
tsedn keu how kung; a proud 
disposition, 1^^ keaou che 
j^ ^ gaoii sing ; pnud and 



and secure early, ^ ^ yft 
fang ; to provide the necessary 
implements for the people, J^ 



haughty, ^ keaou, |g heaou; ! ^ ^ It ^ Peen mtn k'e j to 
proud feeling, ^ |w gaou provide what is necessary for 



k'he. 

To^^«. IE ^ chfng 
^«^> M is ching neen, ^ 
yen, ^ ching, :^ ^ k'babu 
ching. 

Proved by evidence, ^ ^ 
yfew chtng ; proved by the event, 
^ is chtag neen ; to take 
the proof of any thing. ^ |j£ 
tseii chjng, ^ iii ^ ching 



the officers, ^ "g* ||| keii 
kwan tswan ; to provide with 
food, y^j^ kiin^ chen ;to pro 
vide acrainst, J^ I5§ t^ fang, 
yu pe ; to provide for 
chow t86, |w che ; to 
be provided for, ^ |l^ krfni 
che: to provide with food,P^^ 

che k& chang, ^ che, 

chob che. 






vhfj 



icn 



»o 









Y-iw CL*:, M I^ W ft 




^1 ' 







Lwkrj^ t'hg^ui b:U-n Tc* 

•^^>^ ?in, ^ ^ if ^ 3 
pK'-v;:>z%T;Af,. ^ ^ 



.# ^ — - 



z^-zs. JsL 





z 



To p?.otos:e- ^ ^^ :b&oa 
-y ^^>y r.>^. §§kV, 

>•'.' :.:'t. ^ ^ y'J'-i fifi, ^ ^ ^ ^J <^b3. g; ^ kin 
J^ yiiW } iijfi. jay: lo Wv^oke th» ari?*r of 

wliol'; |»rovific^, — -^* y.'li Shf;n^ le c v ■ no i : lo proroke 
•aii^f, ^ -Q t'liMfi'/ H^in? : to \i'>*\t ^jC ^ rheaou chin, 
jirovincc of CanU^n, J;*^ ^ -^ ^^o-ln ch-'n: lo provoke 
kwani; lung Bnn? : do. of iind irritate, ^^ low ta, jg- 
Pub-k';en, ||g ^ -^ fuh ke^^u ][^ la chih, ^ isan : to pro- 
Kjiri^ ; from wliai province are voke to anger, ^ ,^ kelh 
you ? ^^ ^ kwef sang ; na- ! noo. 

live province;, jp ^g pim sang; j Prow, of a boat, ^^ show, 
all liie peri (lie in the province; > ^ '^ chwao show. ^ |§$ 
— 4& '^ A y^*^ sang die chwan t'h6w. 
jtti. I Prowess, valour, ^^^ ke 

PiioviNCiAL city, T^ ^ yung, M^ y^^g'^^n, ^1^ 
sang chlDgi ^ "^ sang bwily ; tan yung ; skill, ^ ^^ tsa^ 
provincial dialect, ^ g$ plh nang. 



bwa, d: IS t'hod h^&,^|$ 
IiSang t&D^ Jt ^ ^'i^o6 yin. 



To PROWL, 8t ff SClK 
gndn hfng yuh tseu. 



PRY 



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Proximity, 0| 5^ ^$1 ^ 
lln kin che she. 
Proxy, ^ ff tae hing,'f^ 

^ lac kwan te^h. 
Pritdencf. ^^ tsaS che, 

SE OT ^ ^^ ^ P^" ®2^» 
^ isae che, ^ il" ho^.n 

che hwiiy, i^ ^ kaou shih. 

Phcdbnt, QI he^ii ; cauti- 
ous 'l"^ ilj^seabu sin : a pru- 
dent man, ^aS <1 A P^" 
t'bnng che jtn. 

To pRUifE, to cut off, ^ ^ 
ko twan ; to cleanse, ^ isiiig ; 
to prune a vine,|^^ ^ 
•^ lefih poo taou ye isze. 



Prune, ^ »"el t^ "^ i <^^"'^i^ 'i"g che she, ^ jg ^/^ 
mei tsze, ^ -)" I'e tsze ; prun«, i ^ fl^ nrJen ke ta che she ; a 
double flowering, ^^ ]E 1@ : young woman arrived at the 
ho chfnsr tnel ; do. double red, j age of puberty, ^^ J^ keTh ke. 
^ ^ ^ hung met hwa ; do. | Public, the generaliry, ^ 




tsze t'han ; to pry info matters, 
)|> 3^ ch'hth too, H^ keiine ; 
to pry into scate affairs, ^jj 'j^ 
pang clio. 

Psalm, ^ ^ shfni? sfio. 

Psalmody, ^^ n 
ch'hang she che fa. 

PsaLtFR, ft 



yiing she che king, 1^^ iS |^ 
^ >4^ chliang shiug she che 
pun. 

Pshaw ! 'w P? ^"'^ ^^^<5- 
Pt£Ris, lit ^ ]^ funf 

wei tsaon. 

Ptisan. :^ ^ ^ ta mth 

hoo. 

PUBRRTV, ^ T ^ 9^ 




\ chdng jln, ;!ii W ^ 
chiing pTh sing, ^ kung, ^ 
5^ kung kung, ^ J^ kungr 
chiing ; the public seal, ^ ^ 
fling p'he ; public office, ^ p^ 
yay mun, ^;^ leaou fang, 



double white, ^ ^ fo pTh 
nicti hwa ; sail prunes, gg f^ 
y^n mei ; sour do. p^ ^ swan 
me!. 

Prunello, a plant, ^ 

ch'ung pei. ife r^ ' ^'^ '^^ ""■«' 

Pruning-knife, ;£/J muh ; ; ^ ^ leaou tsae ; public busi- 



do. for mulberry trees, yQ ^ 
Jj ch& sang taou. 
Prussian-bluk,^)^ 

To PRY, ^ ylh, II ill 
kwei ehe,^^ ^ t'han she : to 

spy, 



ness. ^ 




ting 




kungsze; public 
lands, ^ f5 knng teSn, ^ 
H kwef teen, ^ H Y^^^^ 
t."en, ^ yuen ; public duties, 
TV T/^ kung wo:> ; public hall, 

. .,.. ^u : - : 5^ ^^ kung sb, -2^ H kung 

f^ how sze, ^ i^jkwan, ^l^kung kcae; ptib- 

Gg 



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PUF 





lie and private diities bolh ful- 
filled, ^ H ^ ^ ku«g sae 
leang lain ; public opinion, ^ 

H chiing Idn, ^ ^)f i»^S ^» 
^ fp heaug ping, ^ 
tseth tBclh ; public granary, 
^ e tsang ; a public field, 
PFf e toftn ; public servants, 
^f§^ c ylh ; a public school, | 
^ e heo, ^ ^ lieo liea 'm ; 
public clamour, % i^ keTli 
heung ; public expenditure, ^ 
kung fei ; public affairs, ^ 
^^ kung ban, ^ ^ kun* 
woo ; a public gate, ^ f^ 
kung mun : public-spirited, ^ 
/(i^ kung sin. j^ chuntr : pub 
lie subscription, ^ j^ moo 

yu6n, ^ ftl "*®^ *^^^^ 5 ^ 
for the rej air of a temple, 

i^jWL^ moo hwa cbQu 
sew. 

To PUBLISH, ^ clioo ; to 

publish books, ^ ^ chon 
shilh ; to publish the list of 
graduates, ^^ p'enou p^mg i 
to publish abroad, f^^ (k> 

chang;he published but did not 
invent, ^ffo'^i^ shiih 
firh pub tsd; to publish a book. 
^ ip^ tswan tseth ; lo publii^h 
one's lucubrations, ^ ^ ^ 
jir ybw wan hlng sh^ ; to i)iii»- 
lish to all the empire, j^ ^ 
pan hlng, ^ fx "T^ ^ t'hung 





u 

o 



bing hca keoe, iS fj "tft ^^ 
t'hung liing sze keen ; to pub- 
lish faults, ;||^|g{ yang kwd. 

To pucKKK up. j^ ^nh ; to 
pucker up the month, ^^ tsuy 
P iseuc k'how. 

Puckered, g^cha, ^ /^ 
k'een chow, ^ ^ p^-lh iseili, 

P-CDuiNG, ifj^ ^ fuii tsze, 
^ kaou, 2^ ^ I au4 p,ng )^ 

\M l'*»g meen, :fC ^/ ft 
shwuy yin ping, ;^ ^ shwuy 
m**«in. 

Puddle, §^wa,^ wa,^ 
; n.». ^ woo. ^6] seun, f^ tsiu 
' i^ ^*^". JSK «va, ^ tane : the 
: puddles are full, ^ ^t| ^ wa 
isTh ylng. 

Puerile, >}s ^ ^ ^fj 
searKi hsui tsze telh. -^]> $£ |^ 
Hcabu urh toTh ; puerile affair, 

^1 :^ ^ ^J> ^ firii i>yu 
che seaou sze ; puerile sports, 

^l^ ^ ^^ ^ seabu tsze clic 
he. 

PrrnpFRAL diseases, g^ 

^ ^ llro <^''^u fo6 che pi'ng, 

vtW. 

To PUFF off, ^ been, Pjl^ 
^ ch'huy t»o6 ; to puff and 
blow. B^ "fij ch buy boo, 
he, W^ 3!§^' clfhuy he, 5 





heuh. 

PlFFkd up, ft^Ic'cuniD^ 

,^ hcaou jen. fig ^^ |)eih ylh; 

jalittltboy puf!e<l up with pride, 



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PUL 



^ ^ jp^ ^ seoba tsze I to pull the joints' of iltefiag<>rf, 

a • f t^V* TA^ I k. _l * k..^ ....11 _^....J 



keaou beauH. 

Puffer, ^ Jfc ^^* P®- 
Puff of breath. 1^ fow, 

i|t !«»«. iHc h-^. P E — 

^ k'libw k'lie yTli ch'huy ; a 
puff of wind, J^ 
yih ciriiuy. 

Plff-bali.. ^ ^ j^ nAw 
sli^ koo. 0^ ^j^ hwuy koo, 
J3^ laii siuif, f^ ^ nan 

Pi:oiLisM»:f'J :jS 

ta pa she fa. 

PutMLisT, ii^ ^ ^ "^ 

8l>e k'hiucii t'how chay, ^ 
^ k'licuen kca. 
Pignack us. 
hi; jrnae st'iiiM! la 





in ^ ^^^^ ^'^*^ J ^^ 1*"^^ round, 
4i IbI P'hee hwQy ; to pull a- 
ioii^, i^ 60UCI1, ^ ^ chen 
ytien : to pull on one side, JjS 
wt'i. ^ k'he ; to pnlJ out, ^ 
»^ fniii,' I kh -Vn. ||[ k' M'v ^ pa ; to 
pill) a hoiir.^S j^ leen ch\v;in • 
liM'ull up, ^^ hvvan ^ p5, 
^J rseeii. ^ ya. i^ cho ; to 
pull upcoin.Jg^S y« meaou, 
^ 1§ ^ oil how k'ho lu.2 ; 
ic> pull up by the rv>ot, ^ ke5, 

a carriutre. ^ $ t'li6 keu, 

^ wan, $fi|^k6wkTh; to 

, pull veheincuily, ^jj kang . to 

;^^: pull and drag, ^ ch'he/^ 

^jkhung yin,||^te,^ yft, 




j^ 



To PUKh. »i t'hoo. I ^ chah j^ wa. ^ helh ; to 

To ^iLK^ J^l^ wa wa,5^ ' pull with the h.md, IJJ yaou, 

5^^-khuhkhuh, SffW^'i.ei'c;'^yi^ou, jl^'sha: to pull a- 

to pule, as a rhi«-ki u ^| rhu«. b*.uf. j^V J^ la rhay, ^ na, 

To PvvL. ^ la ^j^t chay, ' j^ ch'huy, f,^ J^ I. aou jin ; 

ft. ^ liA ^-y. i4 ^ '«^ lo pull a bow-siriuir. ^ ?^ 
lunj.' ^- ^ |,;.\ |,.n.r ^ yu^heen,^]^ la kuug, §^ 
t'o, ^ ^».,. ;jj yiii jj£ pan, <*bau2r^ pring ;lo pull back, 
Igf lau/ :f^ klh! Ig wAn, f^ ^ 19 pan hwCiy^ ^ fEl^wpn 
wan, ^" phmK ^* |^ kin bwfy ; to pull down, ^)f ^ 
^W- -^{^ilbau loo ^chay, i ^^»*^ '^^^y, ^ 0!) la ra >u. ^ 
^ k'h;.en ; to pull Up flowers| | ^ 'iwuy ch^, ^ff ^ rh h 
^ 1^ k'h '^n hwa ; to pull j s^ay ; to pull or pluck, ^ 
by the arm. ^ sr-anz : to be | t'be:h : smnp f>ulled and others 
pulled fo pj.'fes by rhariota ■ P^'^^^Jed^l^J^jlij^i^^^ hwo wan 
i^ ^ ^ ^'»^'* yu <^^'**y • ^'^ I ''^^^"* I'huy ; to pull out straws 
pull wiih the fing-rs. ^ U ', (to divine), ^ ^ she she; 



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to pull out of the water. ^1^ The pulse, 1^ mth, ^j^ 
ta Icnoii ; to pull out, j^yuen, f^ mtli mfm, j^ mtli, Sft 
^ t'hina: ; to pull asunder, ! kearig, jQl ^ lieue niih ; tUe 
i^f- 1^ cliciy k'hae, ^ ch'lie, 1 place at which the pulse is 
^ ^ Chen hwan, ^ ^ | felt, tJ^ P tsdri k'hbw, ^ 
han yih, '^ heen, ^f h^ng,^ i ^ k'he koae ; the secret of 
kang, ^ keen, ^ kow> ^ ^^® pulse, ^ g^ mth ken?, ; 



low ; to pull away, J4 ^ 
lak'lied ;to pull down branches 
of trees, ^ "Jn 3^ pan hea 

la»*, : to pull a string, ^9v '^*^"^ ' 
to pull about in play, ^ y^ 
leaou j'tn, Jjjj »eaou ; to pull 
different ways, ^ k'hwae. 

Pur.LE-r, ^ -y" tsew tsze, 
ke iseu. 

PiLLRV, j^ leuh, 





lolh luh, ^p leuh lb, 5^^ '; ya tsu'y. 
kee kaon. f^ jj^ kee kaou. : ^ 



kaou. 
luh lowt 
16, 





I kee kaou. ^ : g| 
"^ luh loo, 





k'hanmlh ^ H)^ hn 

pulse even and regular, jjj^ 
,%^^tn\hse\h pine ho; 
the beat of the pulse, f\j^ J§gt 
niih seih ; the pulse stopped, 
/^ ^ ^ seth tseuen woo. 
To PULVERIZE, ^ yen, p 
1$ taou tedy, tJ| ^ JSfe 
taou tsiiy chmj fun. m 




I 



i I ah loo. 



PiiLVKRrzED. ^ 5p fim 

^suy, ^'M ^^ ^a^u Ian 
chlug nio. 

PULVEKl'LENT ^ WC JU 



Pui.MoNARiA. lung wore, ^ y«*w hwuy thob, ^ :;^ jj^ 
Y2 »'»'''* liwa I J3 niwan slip hwuy t'hob. 

Pui.F lil; ^ ']U'\\ wuh ; I PfMKLO, ^JU] ^ y;w fyz\ 



marrow, *|2 '^^'Y J '<^ 1^^^' ^^ ^ 
P'»l|» ^ ^ <aou tsuy, ^1 ^ 
tabu lAn. 

Pulpit, Hi ^ ^ keantr 
shoo tae. 

PlLHATlOX, ^ ^ mth 

•u"i?j ^Ey|/i*^^* t heaou. 
Pu^E, ^Jfn.^jin. ;^ 

to eat pulse, ^^ chue chuh: 
a pulse diet, £^ heaou. 



I tW '^y y<'w ; puuielo skin, 

^ Bt »«^- i/'"^- 

Pi MICK, ;^ ^ foW Shill. 

To PUMMEL, ]^ gow ; to 
pummel people inlo tranquilli- 
ty, 1^^ i^^^bu ping, J|{j tsze. 

Pump, ij^ ^^ iG§ *^'^'l^«w, 
shwny k'he. 

To pump, ^ ^J^ ririiow 

*^'^^^'"y) ^ chow, 5 I ^ yin 
!;elh. 



PUN n 

PcMpsiN, ^ ^ kin kwa, 
ig !^ Icun kwa, 3£ JJ^ wr.Dg 
kwa. 

PiTMfKLNniia, §9J ^ l.-w 

ydw i8ze, ^ K'hed ; a sort of 
PuA«i>iON. 3f Ji nan kwa. 

^ S S^ ^ yen yu we'i li£. 

PdvcHiisedby silvers mi the 
^TE^'-'nhwal'.S; Punch 
ant! Judy, f^ (^ t'4 hew, ^ 
S^^tLthkedhe. 

To pu^cu, ro make n hole, 
@ ^ch'iio k'hung; u> beat I 

PUSCTILIO, ^J^^ *"' ^^- 
P,^c.,.„,,„„,, ^ ^ ^ 

b*ONi.Tir*i,. 10 ihetinie, J£ 
-^ -^ ^ chilis >id kg Bhg, 
8 ^ shih she. 

To PUNCTU.^Ti'; Wfittng. 1^ 
1^ i-.hotj t^Jn, 5^ ^ teen 
shoo, Sfc — Sit le^n y ih teen. ! 

pu^c ;„.,,:., JM»^ 

^ leeii aho(t die fii. j 

To pcKCTUHV, |^chio;llie 
.„„f,,„n..„n„,jKt, 

.huh, IS iS e fi, SI I 

p'heauii : (n )>tiiiciurfl with a ' 
srone needle, {^ [lei'ti. 
PuNCTtriiisn and caiileri. 

PohOKNT, ^ la, ^ lid, 



027 PUH 

I $lj -^ ^ Uzi jln teth : ei- 
; ceedingly {.un^eni, ^ ^ U 
hwa ; piingeiil discourae, ^ 

I To PVNIflH, ^ H *h0O 

1 ""' n^ '^ °'''"" *' ^ '*' 
tt P f» l.ujr, ft S, fl fa, 

iWtSU I""? <"., Jnm tea 
l""g.iS?& chins chS,it!||l 
ching cl.wang, jj JflJ m„g 

! hing ; to punish at random, 
£ ffl Ian hlng ; do. cruelly, 

m ^ ki'ng klh, $1] taz^, ^ 
M tsrh fit, ?^ 1^ che teuy, 
BI 's'ho, ^ kow, f^ tabu, 
I^SJehooK, 1^ tha.fg 
chTh : to punieh the innocent, 

■K-^^^ °^^ 9^^ ^°'^ '• "^ 
punieh by imputnUon, ^i^ 
fei ^ ; to puDJBh and kill, f^ 
^ ke.1 chon ; to punish offun- 

«•, -Jh ^ j"^''J^"y' lE ii 

chi'n? raiiy. pg Jpwan tsiiy 
5C H" -W fP <■'''««'> taou yJ^w' 
tsuy ; to piinieh a refractory 
state, ^ chin? ; to punish 
riih Blripes.^^pang lefl. 

Punishment. ^HI evf ("Ing 
R; .e.e„do.Jf3$ll9 

]>; Ti le hae, ^ pelb ; capi< 
lal do. -^^Ui pelh ; pun- 
ishmcnt ^ t^uy, ^ y&ngi 
^ f)>, ]^^ ch'hoA keufi ; in- 
strnmciits of puniahment, ^J 
^ liing ked. 



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PUR 



PuNTO, the 10th part of ^ 
covid, — • "^ yTh ts'hun. 

Pt'NY, jfQ 'J^ se seabu ^ 
^fS wedeaif>u. 

Pup, ^l^ ^ seaou kbw, ^ 
^p litnw uze. 

Pupil, »fholar, j^ ^ hco 

■ang, /^ 7^ mun hea, f(^ ^ 
mAii Ba niy, >5j\ ^ seabu tbZi*. 

^ ^ lod te, p^ ^ ifiun 
tu ) ; |)upil uf ibe eye, ^ tQiifr. 
55 3i yen kwanir. ^S ^ 
y*>ii choo, ^ m6w. ^ mow 
fff^ -^ mdw tsze, ^ isfn^. 
^ ^ iiiuh tuiig, ^ \ tunic 

choo taz '. § '^ muh j3n, ^ 
ch'hfn, BJl;-? ioo <8ze, ^ 

chin, Bi^K^ ti'^ : *^^ P"- 
pil of the eyfi ckar. |$^ ^ ^ 
mow taze le:io^i. 

Pi ppK-rs, i^*® ^^®* '"y* 

tIc is ^ miih gow h^, ;/ 

ji .wei Uiy ^ fig ^w 
Kiy uze ; puppet show, ^ f^ 
i^ h<-w. 

P. ppY, 1^^ kf>w tsz;». 

Puppyism, foolish. ^t|:aS- 

yftn king. 

Purblind, ^Si ^^w, ^ 
pwan mang. 

To ruRcn%«E^^^ »na»', 
'Sff niae lae, ^ ^J maft slibw. 
^ >\ma^ juh, ^ ^ ihi5 
Diae; lo purchase ric:, ^S t^th; 






»^i 





to purchaf^e an estate, 
che sail, ^ ^ che uiv ; to 
purchase au office, ;Jfj '^ 
keuen kwan ; to purchase rank, 
1^ ^ ^ keuen kun:^ uiin|j ; 
10 purchase goods. ^^ ^ niae 
h<\ ^ pT show h.). 

P^HK,^^uc^ctsing.^ 
if^ k^ie isiui^, ^ keuen, ^^ 
keuen, 1^ leen, j^ min«r, ^ 
shun, j^l^ — • shun ylh, ^ 
chun, ii^^ ping tsliinir. ^ 

(s'hing tan. || tuh, g ^ 
ching (shinir, ^ luh, Ifil; 
rhinp, )^J^ t^'hinir yanr. 
'in kin ^ ,no j|[ sliuh. ^ 
kec, -J^ keurn^. ^ k«.^., ^^ 
P he, l^ Ifi'^n. yf ^^tsliinjT 
shwanp:, 1^^ fgan kee, ^ 
1^ ch'hii ch lia, ^ g:vt : not 
cotisider me pure, ^3^ S^ 13 
])J^ piih fiTub ?••« |\ ; pure wnt.r. 

/k ts'hing shwny. I?; i^ 
7^ piih oru.: shwfiy- ^ #rne, 
J^^'«i"n'6: pur.* and while. 
^ g[ ts'hinir pTh. J^^S ^ 
shun pth. ^ iri v^a 



shun pth. »^ g 
P^h, ^J(^ g8 kcaoii k?e : 
nuFi* and uprii^ht. ^ ^ IE 
iff I (Ml k. r» chinrr riifh, ™ 
f^ ts'hincr I.Vn J^ ^^-^ B^ 
sri»h ; a pure P'iud ^^ AJ^ 
k-; ein piifo iiHclligence. J^ 
x^N ^ hou ling pwh niei ; 




PUR 



1029 



PUR 



•.21 



Purification, J^ HM ^ 
^ 8^ ts'liing die szi. 

Purified, fSfl Jgl l^n kwn; 
do. 100 times, '^ |^ pTl» li«n. 

To PURIFY, pp §2 ^ 

liin^ Iran ta'hing ^^k ^\'^ 





pure white, f^ }^ tabbing 
(Hh ; pure unspoited ^ kaou 
pure and tranquil, ^ i^ kee 
tsin^ : pure air wbich ascends, 
m ]^ keaou k5 ; pure and 
undefiled,Jf i|^^:^tsing 

tsing woo k*h6w : pure and k'how ; do. by exorcism, 
free from dre^'S, H^"^^]^ f»ib ; to purify i be b«arf. 
ts^.-6 jen pnh tsze , pure and | ^ cbae keae, ^ ^. 5t5fe 'C^ 
genial, ^ J^ tsin? sbun ; \ shae cbo se sin, /^ ^ -^ Aj> 
pure and subtle, ^ ^ tsin^r j sbne cbo k^ sin, ^j^j^ fSr ^ 
ling; a pure region, ]^ ifc i ^^'^S ^'« ^"'* cbn;r; ^ 'Hj 
l«in? tlioo ; pure aiid clean, , l«'':n sin : do. by burning, hi 
^ ^ Keaou kcHou : h puro , lie.J^ leen, ^ ij^ twan l-eu; 
beart, j^ id^ ts'biuj; sin. '^ j to purify metals,^ ^ l«vjn 
j(JJfc kp:e sin ; a pure cburacicr, j kin : to purify ouii's nauire, 
j^ 1^ tsliing lew ; pure and 1^ «^ sew l<* n ; to pnrifv 
good, -^ ^ tsing kea; a puni j and cLanse. fg yen, ^ ^ 
unmixi'd colour, ^g^ tbung ; j hw;in tcili. fl^ fs-Th. 




a pure ofTerini. jj^ >in ^ pure 
wine. ^ •]!§ trt'hinj IsJ^w. 
PrK(;AT]VK. J^^ sJ^ay yo, 

PpiiRGATORY, j(^ ^p 

)ijf Ittcn tsuy so, ^ iH i^ j To pi nr., (as a stream), JJ 
leen tsiiy yo. | clian, jj^ ^^ clian bwan, jj 

To PUBCF ^ stiav, Vllf JIJR ' chan. 
sec so:^y, ^ ^ s^u s.-ay ^ i Purlivo of a brook, ^ Dg 



Pur IT V, ^.i|i ;f3 
gliufi fsifiif woo tjsa, ^ J^ 
/^ 5S[ ^*'^^' tsTinjc die ta-^u; 
do. in tbe lani^uage of tbe 
Budilhisis, ^ fan. 



Bee so:^y, ^ ^ s^u s.-ay ^ i Purlivo of a brook, ^ Dg 
see, ^ cbay, ^ j^ le tseib : ' y-w yin ^ ^v^^^- i'lJc ci»wan.r, 
to purge and wasb clean, y^ J^ bwCili. '/jr: ^•'uni, jj^ */^ 
^ taou tsin^r ; to vomit and , * la'i yuen ^J^ kw6, Jlfi^ hw\ 
pur^e, ntfc >^ t'boo seay. ; }@ f^eo, j^j^dian ts-\^{( 
Purging, ;7^ b a. ^ bew, | lin : a purling stream, ^Q '^ 
/Jn^ seabu le, j^ seay ; to ylb hw6. 
be weakened by puiging, J^ To purloin, ^ taou, j^ 
||^ 9eay jwan. [ t'bdw ; to take away from, ^ 



njR 



1030 



PER 



[^ chow rho6, ^ ttj ^1 PrmF.:»itT S5[|£ ko^e. 

chow cli'hati \nA. \ S ^ k^: ^. ^ cii # S 

PifUiM.K, j^ K-hftni? lan,itlhc, ^^h : par;«tly ic» 

Sn W 1? |X'0 tftoii^ taing, j^ i off?nd.|K 4t '^^ **=° • T""- 







r»8cly for rci< 1^ ^ ^ 

chu».i! \v#i£ cno. 

^ t3'hni la: 

tIr ig vifi ta? : £ p^r^ stri.^ ^ 
^ Inviiy : a leaiher itirse. ^ 
kcii'jii ; |Mir?e as cinj iv a? if 
ji l:afl lH»^n wa*hrd. ^^ ^g 
Ail OT '»•'*" X kuii^ ;oo se ; a 



t«^'"» >|^ wnii ; purple roU*, 
wrl W 'i^ ^'''^y hwAnt? p'aoij ; 
puiplii (hlimiwh.) j^ kan : 
fnMMiftti), /Ifi iKxo ; a piir|)Io 
<'iiloiir| ;|99 jtM'n ; purple co- 
loiirtMJ nilkj^ inaoii ; he wan 
Klnlod with n piirpln girdle, 
ta W IW l'**'^ Hn-^kwa. 

nnnl m'u|H*, 7^ MtlS^,^^ •" j l""'*^ worn in front. ^ low. 
k*lmi\ A Mi^i, ^ iV lllrUl^^ | To pcjrsr up die mo»'th. 
chN. ^ * 1 1^ sny, n|| isuy, ^^ woo, ^ 

tH»g ch.;, J^ ^ .,|j • ,;^ ig ^ Pl.RHFR, of a ship. HEf Jl 

IHir|)ote, j^ koA; to ^muuo on ; tsjso telh, ^ Jt If SJ 

purpose, if^ JJ5 t^h la.\ ; to ' chwaii shang t^aA foo 

man tain one's pur |>o»' ffH t^ Pukrlain, 

tsee ts'haou, ^ ^ In haou i oirh.N heen. 

ch^ *, to fix one's purjiose, "T^J To pursur, ^ chuy, 



iC> lelh sin, -iC^m'M 
leTh tfn^ che e; to do on pur|K)9o, 
R\ TO i^oo tso ; to the pur- 
pose, ^ ^ keu tsiul ; naid 
very much to the purpose, |J^ 
l^f^ ^^Jshwd tth k»^R tH\H^; 
how can I alter my purpose^ 




i\\ 




ma 





kan, J^ jg chuy kan, 
chun^; to pursue without over- 
tak in QT, j|g [ii^?^ J^ kan puh 
Hlmuir : to pursue and overtake, 
aS ^ chuv kelh, si iJ 
chuy taou, j^ J^ kan shan^; 
to' pursue and seize, l& 



^S ^ ^ ^ klhS nang chuy ni, jj^ ||| tseih hw6 ; to 
6 gnbche^; for what purpose, , Pursue indefatiguably^;^^ 



^ ffl ft hfi yunj? ch'hoo. 
To PURPOSE, ^e,Jg ^ 




_ keu che wo5 chuon, 
lee ; to pursue after, J|^ poo, 
H ^ poo tselh, jg BhS, H 



PUS 



1031 



PUT 



^ t«eYh pod, ^ ts'hoo, j^ 
cben,® keang ; to pursue 
pleMurc, ^ ^ I8e& l6; f o pu^ 
sue the business ©f I'fe, fljR^ 
chm chuh, ^ ji^ »^ ^ 
king yiiig ch^ chuh.^ 

Pursuit, ^ ^ sze nee, 

jg 6<3 ^ k^^JS^h^^t, 

To PURVEY,^ ^ ra °^ 

lung se. 

Purveyor, ]^ ^ mac 

pan. 

Purulent, ^8S ^ X^^ 
n&ng telb, ^^ ^ sang 
nAng telh ; purulcat matter, 
D^ J^ nun£C beuc. 

Pus, Hi nfln^, lljlSl 
nung heue, tJ^ |^ yii nung. 

To PUSH, t^ t'buy, f^ so, 

" chuh, 2^ ch5, ^ffTp'^^ 

$^ ke5, ^ taun, f@ tun, ^ 
no,^jueii, l^yae, ^^ ^ 
thuy t'hang, .^ sung, gjf 
luyi ^ t'hwan, ^ ch^hang ; 
to push to the utmost, ^^ kew, 
^^t'huy nang; to push 
from, ^ ^ t'huy pan ; to 
push away, |^ seang, ^ ^ 
tjuyk'hae, |qf ho, ^ 
jg? ^ ne^n k'heii, :^^ 
t'huy to; to push down, ^ 
^o.4i^t»huyyen,||| f)I 
t'huy taou, $£ ^ peS chin; 
to push forward, J||j[[ luy, ^ 
i^y)^°^"g; ^ push with 




the hand, ^ t'h6, ^kwan, 
j^ ching ; to push a^inst, 

VS:^^^^ ^'huy yabu, ig 
woo, ^ te, '^ ^ h5 pjuig ; 
to push with violence, J^ yae; 
to push about, ^ ^ } ac so ; 
to push aside, ||^ ^ t'huy 
k'hae, }^ pe; to push and 
strike, Jj^ ch'hung, ^ Jung, 
^a chae ; to push a boat along 
the dry land, 1^ ^ ^ liib 
t'hang chow ; to push en- 
quiries after knowledi^e to the 
utmost, f^^cM che : to push 
with the horns, M ^ ^'^^' ^^- 
m^M te. g^chfib, jg 
hwan ; the ram puslied a^rtihisi 
the hedge, ^ ^^ ^ ^ te 
yang chuh fan : to push along 
a carriage, ^ ^ foo k^u. 

Pusillanimous, ^ 4^ 
p'heen sin, §5 tswan, ^ i^ 

no sin, ^h Bl 6^ ®®^" ^" 
telh. 

PusTULf:, ^chin, ^"jp 
how tsze, ^ ^ yin chin ; a 
pustule on the face, 3|5S paou : 
pustules of the small pox, ^ 
^ t'how chwang, ^ chin, 
sung, I a watery pustule, 7fC Vfi 
shwiiy paou ; a pustule filled 
with matter, ^ ^ nung 
p'liaou, ^^ paou. 

Pu'*') ^ ch^ ; to put down, 
^ T^ gnan hea, 5^ 1^ fancr 
h5a,J5^:gEfangtsae,^ ^ 




Hh 



PUT 



1032 



PUT 



gnan chS, ^ kin, ^ neth ; ch6 lew ; to put far away, ^ 
to put a stop to, JH pa, lit j^ ^ chili pn. ; to put away an- 
t'ob tseue ; to put forth, Ri ^ archy and restore order, ^^ 
t'hob ch'hiih; do. buds, ^ ^lEpa Iwan, fan chi'ng ; to 
^ mine yay ; to put out of i put away noxious influences, 
office, SU ^ chuh chlh ; to , ^ ^ chth p5, "^ ;^ chTh 
put to rights, ^ leuen, j^ p5 ; to put in motion, (an ar- 
1^ king lun, y^ chS ; to put , my), ^ ^ hing pin^ ; to put 
^f^M fiS; keae t'hc"), g^ ^ out a fire, ^ ^ kew ho, fg 
t'ho 8«ay , to put off the veil, | se!h ; to put off old and put on 
fi^^^j^chod kUicii kart [ new chin-s, fjfj |J| fnh shih, 
t'hdw ; 10 put off clothes, M 1^ ^ ® ♦ M :i' §1* * 
che, fl)i 55c flS ^'^^ ® fu*» ; chook'hed kow sze kaug shih 
to put on cl othes, ^ 33$ sin wan ; to put off the old 
chwan e, ^ ^ ch6 e, Ifj" j man,^]^^ kih kS kew ; 
foo, 13" 1^ fo<^ y"» 1^ kTh ; to put by, ij^jg show maj ]^ 
to put in order, ^P chin, J^ ^ ke wiih, Jj^ ^ show chob ; 
jl^ shen sew, ^(j Iwan, ^ : to put off a cap, ^ ||j^ nieen 
^ sew tseih, j^ ^ij chin lee, maou, ^^ meen kwan ; to 

^ W **'*»"? ^»^' ^ '^""S' P"^ off ^>^1 evening, ^ f Ij Hj^ 
po^tjjpa^. [§ jj; kwang ' ^ thuy taou wan keen ; to 
ching, : ^1^ Jt pa^' Pe ; to put ! put in pawn, ^ ^ gan tang •, 
away. ]5^ fang. ^ yuen, j|[]f^ [ to put up with, ^ ^ han 
pf ng? © s^"«, ^ k'he, ^^ ', yung, ^ k'helh ; to put pen 
keuen, ^ k'lieii, ^ 7^ choo to paper, "|C ^ h^a pelh ; to 
k'heii, ^ J^ kow chod, ^ P"t in irons, ^ ^ hlng so ; 
^ niepn t'ho; to put away | to put into confusion, ^ J^ 
ly*"S» I^^ choo hwanir ; to | tsodng jang ; to pur to shame, 
put away delusion, 7!^ ^ |^ ilC l>"g juh, ^ ^ die 
k'hcen hwo ; to put away, a- 1 juh, '^ juh ; to put in, ^ TV 
bandon, ^ pwan, ^ sL'ay j fang jnh : to put in a cnp- 
3lff see, ^ si?e ; to put away j board, ]^ ||3 ^e ko ; do. pro- 
disease, j|^jy^ p'heaou keaou, visions, J^ ^ 4^ ke shth 

wiih ; to put to silence, ^fl RT 
k^heen k'hbw;to put up with an 
injury, B^ ^ kelh k'hwei ; to 




pfng ; to put away cala- 
mities by prayer, ^ hwuy, 
IS Si yto hwan, ig ^ 



WOT 



1033 



PUT 



pot to trouble, £ k'wei ; to 
pat in circulation (the blood). 
|ft:tjfcflKkw6Bhm he^ 

mXb ; to put in a bag, |g f^ 
Bang kw6 ; to be put in pri- 
son, ^ ^ tso laou ; to put 
a stop to military operations, 
J^ ^ 1^ £S seih t'lieen hea 
ping ; to put an entire stop to 
rebellious scbemed, ^ gjj ^L 



to put round a subscription, 
^ ^ moo yu^n,^ 'ft ino6 
hwaj to put down a load, ^gj^ 
j^ seay tan ; to 'put* up the 
heim,^^ ^ ^n' chaou ; to 
put forth effort, ^ mow, {fj 
// ch'hiih lelh, ^ fj meen 
leib ; to put aside with the 
hand, m^ hwa ; (o put in the 

water. ^^ J5 ^^^ "^ j ^^ P^t 

^^ g6 tseuS Iwan mow ; to i the hand on, jf^ pi-en ; to put 
put the hands into the pocket) ! earth into a basket, ^^ kew ; 



y^ ^ sew show ; to put into 
a vessel, ^ shine ; to put in- 
to a basket, J^ ^ ^ ^ e 



to put on ^armour, ^ ^ 
hwan kea ; to put out to inte- 
"^est, j^ 4'l| f^"o ^^ ; ^o put up 



seay ; to put down, ^^ wei 





k'hwang shl ufir che ; to |.ui to j erect, ^ ]Jj^ chlh lelh j to put 
deatli, ]^ 5g shoo sze, f^ out by popping iuto the water, 
^ choo luh : to put in order ^ ^ tsuy miih, |^ |^ yd 
f arrange), fl" ^ ta tee, | yo ; to put to flight, jg, ^ 
^j^ keuen ; to put in order as kan tsbw ; cannot put up 
Bilk, j^ yth ; to put to rights with, ,^ ^ |^ ji" nuh kwA : 
the wicked, ^ ^ ling g5 ; ' to put into a bag, ^ \ ^ 
to put on wooden shoes, ^ |^ chw«nor iQh tae le ; to put 
7|^ )^ cho muh ke ; to put ' aside, ^ ^ t'huy k'hao, J 
forth flowers, ^ ^ k'hae 
bwa ; to {Hit on an angry 
look, f^ ^ tBo sih ; to put in 
motion, ^^ keu tdng; to 
be put to the blush, ^ ^ 
hae sew ; to put far off, ^& e ; 



^y^ she ; to put off from one's- 
self to anotlier, ^ ^ wel 
t'h6. 

PuTCHucK, a' fleshy "root, 
7|C^ muh bean?. 

TopuTRiPv, j^ jPI hwai 
hew Ian, ^ j|| 



to put in order a country, 

p^ hwang kwo ; to put wood j )an, ^^ 

in order on the fire, jj^ keaou; fob Ian. 

to put down in writing, ^, PrTiiiii, ^j^kook'hew, 

seay ; to put oneVself for- ^)||mei lan,j?§ hew, j^J 

ward, ill H ch'huh t'how ; yug ; putrid flesh, ^ g^ jfih 





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pae, ^ ch'how, J6p lif g6 
pae ; a putrid smell, ]^ po, 
R^ gd hew. 

Ptrry, vft Ji^ yew hwuy. ; 

PuzzLKD. ^m^, '1^ m^. 

Puzzle, gK gS m^ vu. 

PwAN-YU difeiirict, ^ j^ 
j^ fan yu heen. 

Pygmy, ^ J^ wei j!n, 




^ wel Uze. 
Pylorus, ^ P^ yin mnn. 
Pyramid, ^t'ha, ^ (f5 

5^ R^ 5 H? ^^^ ^'*^ ^^^^"^ 
telh sliTh pa^. 

Pyritb, j/^ ^ lib shth ; a 
kind of do. 1§ i^ >5 ^siag 
mun^ shTh. 

Pyx, ;^ ^ho tsze. 



QiTACK, a travelling doctor, 
f^ ^ loo e. 

To auACK, as a duck: '^I't 
gjp ya keaou shing. 

Quadragesima, ^jt J^ 
^21 ^ tsae keae chc sh^. 

QUADRANOULAB, ^1^ *^ 

ffj Bze fang relh, g? gf ^ 
Bzi meen irJh, fg f^ j^^ gze 
gbw teTl,. pC[ f4 ^^820 ke5 
tcTh,Eg^g(;sze llnirieTh. 

QuAUHAM, a qriarttr, f^ 
^ /O — ' sze UU\ rlie ylli. 

Quadrant, for measuring 
an arc of the heavens, 3E ^ 
^hhHuff,^fjgjkehHnejf 

JQ IBt seuen ke yuh hang, ^ 
5^ X. l«ang t'heen chlh. 

Quadrennial, f^ ^ ^ 
Bz^ ne^n te>h. 

Quadrilatkral, ^ ^ 
Hft 2p ^ ,2^ „,..^^ ^^^ 




Q 



ping tei^h, B^M^^M «^^ 
peen seen hing. 

QUADRUMANOUS, ^ ^ 

g^ sze show telh. 

QXTADRTTPED ^ pIiOW, ^ 

^ Wi ^^6 keo show, ^ ^ 
(sow show, ^ ^ heuh liiy. 

QuADRtPLK, ^ ^^ 

8z6 |)ei telh. 

Quaff, t^ chuc, ^ chui?, 
J chu:^, ^ch1m;^%f^ CUa, 
gj;l^%chue, !^ ^«hn5 
joo, ^ y,n ; to quaff largely, 
;/C ^ ta poo. 

QUAOMIKK. ^j]^ ;^^ 

Ian ne che cirhor>. 

ju^^^'^' '^ *§ &an shun, 
W 1^ ?^» shiM) : sort of, ^ 

shun, m ^ gran shun, 
j^^."^ob, |[||| shun yen, 
™ ^ leaou shun ; a kind of 





To aoAiL. SEjU^sanS sm. 
To QVAKe, |g ^ chin 

To auALIFT, to fit, @ ^ 

•^ ^ sho ehe ha S ; to ubate, 
]j^ ^ ke^D ahabn. 

QnALiFicATiuN' -^ ta ^ 
^hd^clra she. 

QoAUTY, character, 5^ ^ 
hingslic ; nRtiire. ffif^ bid!; 
ising ; rank, ^ tt te wei, ^ 
^keu^D wef ; office, w^ 
clilh fiio ; advancem'nt, qij @ 
iseen chlng : quality of an ar 
licli, ^ @ iiT slh. fe 8^h : 
quatiiiee (good) ^^shen 
Uh, ido. bad.^iK^tih. 

Qualm. nnu3ea.|^^ y«w 
W<-i, 1^ ^ chung yang 
qualnrtB of conscience, ^^ Jd^ 
p| ^^ Icing Ein Iszii tsth. 

QuAMTiTY, wimt ? ^ -^" 
to shaon, y^ -f- j5 kan ; a cer- 
tain quantity, ^ ^ 'Th son. 

To ecAHRKj,, fX")^ hun- 
tnn^. ;^ p L-e:6 k'hhw, IP|S 
^ L'fl h,:er..!|^>en,^ tsang, 
IfHiphwanisiy. 

QrARREis, ^ ^ Ilin 

hins keih, B^]g h^uen hwuy, 
^ iS keTh yueo, [|9 helh. 

Qui RR KLS(,IKB. t^ hBD, te 

king, jl^hing, g king, ^ 



» QUA 

^piin^hung, ^ 1^ haou 
peel, "0- ^ ^ haou taang 
•ting, ISF ^ K *•»-'" t^ng 
low. § Ji PI l^-J l"^" ''«» 
k'bow leH..itJ^f!?6fl«Il«»6a 
peen tsuy telh. 

QoABHY, ;5 ^ eliih 
kwang. ^ UJ fhlh san. 

QiTART, two pints, — 71* 
arh chin. 

A QCARTAV, asue.ffi chen, 

(aySyuShae, to jihcheyS yu8 
shcn. 

Q.iARTEa,0 ^:t.~ 
sze fiin cheylh ; one quarter, 
— « y'^ ^^^ ' * quarter, or 
^gion, ^ fnng ; a qunrter of 
an hour, ^J klh, ^M^, 
j^J she shin che kTh ; the 100 
quarters into which the day 
and ni^ht ate divided, ^^ gP 
' |iTh t'hoo ! a quarter chesi, ffl 
. ^ ke6 seanz ; the quartern of 
, the moon, ^ hei-n ; the lal 
'quarter, _t S^ slmng he«n ; 
: Ihe IfiBt do. "fC ^ hea he«D, 
^ hwiiy , ^ ^ yue heSn ; a 
^qriarterofa hundred weight, 
I J^letr.' .-aquarter, agraininea' 
. sure, >Q shih ; a quarter eiaff, 
^ f3 P'' ^^ ; 'lie quarter of a 
i viciion, y^ke ; oo quarter.^ 
IgJ wang slw, ^1^ yaou 
I chen ; to quarter (the humaQ 



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pae, ^ ch'how, jgp |if g6 
pae ; a putrid smell, ]^ p5, 
R^ go hew. 

PuT-ry, y^ J9^ yew hwuy. 

PuzzLKD. ^mS, '1^ 1116. 

Puzzle. gK gS m^ vu. 

PwAN-YU difeiLrict, ^p ^ 
^ fan yu he^n. 

PvGMY,3^ Aweijtn, ^ 



^ wei Uzfe. 
Pylorus, ^ f^ yin mfin. 
Pyramid, ^t'ha, ^ ffff 

telh shTh pa^. 

Pyritb, j/^ ^ '»<> shth;a 
kind of do. "^ i^ ^ tsiag 
mfin^ sMh. 

Pvx, ;^ ^ ho tsze. 



QiTACK, a travelling doctor, 
f^ ^ loo e. 

To auACK, as a duck: '^I't 
gjp ya keaou shfng. 

Quadragesima, ^j( ^p^ 
^21 ^ tsae keae chc sh^. 

QUADRANGULAB, ^^ "^^ 

^ Bze fang feth, g? gf ^ 
Bzi meen (eTh, fj f^ j^^ sze 
gbw teTh. PH M ^5 8ze keo 
tcth, gg ^' g(; sze IlnirteTh. 
QuADKANT, a quari<T, ^ 
yj* /O — ' sze fjMi r.lie ylh. 

QuADHANT, for nieaRiirin^ 
an arc of the heavens, 3E ^ 
ynh liHUfif,^ fjgf ke han?. J j 
^ M. 'iwan t^ieen ^. ^ 
jb If^ seuen ke yfih hang, 
5^ X. '^'a'^g ^''i<*en chlh. 
' Quadrennial, ^^ ^ fi^ 
Bzi ne^n te^h. 

QUADRILATKRAL, ^ ^ 

Hft 2p ^ ,2^ ineen keae 






Q 

ping teih, B^M^^M «2^ 
peen seen hing. 

QUADRUMANOUS, ^ ^ 

g^ sze show teTh. 

QXTADBUPED ^ k'hoW, f^f 

W m sz6 ke6 show, ^ ^ 
tsbw show, ^ ^ heuli luy. 

QuADRtPLK, ^ ^^ 

sze |)ei teTh. 

Quaff, »^ chuc, ^ chue, 
Johu-, ^ch1m;^li|f| t'ha, 
gj;l^%chue, !^ ^.hnS 
joo, Jgl yin ; to quaff largely, 
;/C @|[ ta poo. 

QUAOMIKK. ^jj? ^ ]^ 

Ian ne che ch'hor). 

Quail, f:| ^^ gan shun, 
m f4 g'*^" shun ; sort cf, ^ 

shun, H ^ gran shun, 
^^.««ob, HH shun yen, 
™ ^ leaou shun ; a kind of 




AUd 



qoail.Pmiewjun. 

To aoAiL. Siji~^ »anS 8'"- 
QcAiHT.'^gkoft kwae. 
To aoAKB, lis "fQ cliin 

To ftttALIFT, to fit, "K <1 

•^ ^ she che hd e i lo abate. 
jB* ^ kt:t:n ehabu- 

QUALIFICATION' -^ Ja ^ 

§^ h5 6 clio alie. 

ftnALiTV, character, 5p 
hing all.; ; nature. ^ ^ t 
Wing i rank, t& ^ li wef, ,_ 
^ keu^n wet; office, ©^ 
clilh fun ; aJvancem'-nt, "^ @ 
ts«en ching ; qualiiy of an 
IW-J, :^ S ho BTh, ^ Blh ; 
qualities (good ) ^ ^ ahen 
«h, ;do. bad, ^ i^ K« tih, 

Qualm nausea, j^^ yew 
Wi'i, (^ B^ chung yung ; 
qualms of conscience, ^^ Jlj,^ 
'^ IcangBJn Ibzh UTIi. 

QCAMTITY, \vJ)at ? g^ ^' 
to flliaou. ^ -p j5 kan ; a cer- 
tain quantity, ^ ^ sTli boo. 

To ar.^RRKL, |l']^huB7 
tnn^j. ^ p L-fifi k'hhw, n^^ 
1^ irri h.leii. 5^ yen ,4f tsang, 
Trl|g pliwan tai^V. 

a»A,».,s, S K I'i" 

bins k.rih. B^]g h.-uen hwuy, 
K$ i^ ketli yuun, |^ heTh. 

Qv.inRRLsonR. l^i)an,jra 
^"gi ift liing, S king, Ht 



IfpSnihuns, jff ^ haou 
Hn, if #M''""" "'"i 
king, iff # H '»'" """g 

peen tsiiy lelh. 

a<i«R»v, 5 M "'"'' 
kwang, 5 |ij alilh san. 

Qdaht, two pints, ^ TV 
firh chin. 

A ftUARTA-j, asue,'^ i-lien, 

la yd y uS ha«, to jlh che yij yu8 

QitARTER.EH :6* ^ — 
eze fiin che ylh ; one quarter, 
— f^ y'ih ke6 ; a quarter, or 
region, ^J? fnng ; a quarter of 
«nhour, ^IkTb, f^'^:t 
jDI sM shtn che klh ; the 100 
quarters into which the day 
and nj^ht are divided, 1^ gr 
|ilh t'hoo ; a quarter cheat, ffl 
j ^ kc6 aeanw ; the quartern of 
I the moon, ^ hei^n ; the Ist 
! quarter, _t §^ sliang heSn ; 
I the In8t do. "p ^ hea he«n, 
|^hwny,^^yH5heSn;a 
] ([uarler of a hundred weight, 
, j^lnii,- :aquart«r, agrainmca' 
i sure, ^ slilh ; a quarter staff, 
1^ y^ p^' 86 ; llie quarter of a 
! vicdun, Ij^ke ; no quarter. ^^ 
[^ wang shS, ^^ yaou 
I chen ; to quarter (the human 



QUE 



1036 



QUI 





body,) ^f^ che kea^ ; to di- seTh meih ; to quench thirst 
vide into quarUrs, ^ ^ i jfc J§ che k'li6, f§ "^ kea^ 
^ sze fiin k'hae che. j k'ho. 

duARTz, white, Jif k'ho, [ CIuercola, ifeJj^l^leXh 

^ iU ^^ma langtsabu. 

nabii kee p^h jo^ seue chay ; QuERULors.^'l^yu^n han. 
rose quartz, ^ 3^ tsze y»ng. I Query, ^ |^ wan hwa. 

To auASH, an affair, ^ j^lj ■ To auEsnox, ^ f^ 
la tabu ; to quash the decisi- ; k'habu wan, ^ ^ nwan 
ons of an inferior court, ^ . wan, pg fg wan hwa, |^ ^ 
p5 gnan. j t'*^"y wan, f;^ ^ fane wiin, 

To auAVER, to sing, ^ ^ ^ cha wan, ^ ^^ she 
cti^han? : a quavering sound, | wan ; to question a criminal, 

^ Pwl kew wan. 

QiTFSTTONS put to acrimi- 
QuKEN, J^ how, Bofpi . nal, gJJ ^ sin tszd. 
wan^how, ^ ^ shiih fan^. p To Qligblk, to carp, ]j^ 
p\^ ^ seabu keun, 3E ^ ' ^ haou pii^n ; to evade the 
wang neang, ^ ^ \ keun point in dispute, J^ ^ t'huy 
foo jin ; the queen of hpav«in, , wei. 

J^ }^ t'heen hew, ^ jfi ig j Quick, alive, ^ ^ h w5 
t'hi'ien fei nefmir n.-ang ; j teth : the quick and the dead 






leth lath shing. 
Quay, ,B^ Wf ma t'how. 




the que'^n mother, ?X/^ t'hay 
1^1^ w, Jl^ "Sf shih mob ; the 
queen's eM^'st son, ^^ -jp 
chuHL'tszo,^ -7- tminr is^j^^ 

3IJ ^ P^^ is^e, ^ ^ che 
isze ; the queen's garments, 
^ P^h Wl hwuy ; tlie queen 
bee, ^ S meih hwancr. 




muh tsun. 

Quick '^ k'hwae, ^ ^ 
min t^'^^^* ^ j^ sin 85, ffj^ 
sung, ^hwiili. f>^ t'liP.ih ; ra. 
pid. ^ yih. ^ is;ie, jjll keen, 
^fselh,]^^!^ heuen leen, 
_ kin kin. g^ helh ; fast, 
tseu, i^ kw6, ®1| 







QuKEK, H w ^^^ kwae, j p'eaou 8uh,^ seuen, 
^^ '^ kg kwae. 1 ts^Th tsg ; quick as lightning 

To auKLL, rebellion, ^^^[i ^ ^ shnh yuh; a quick 
fiih Iwan. | step, ^ |^j^ tseu tsang; quick 

To auRCfCH fire, ^^k^w .'of apprehension, f^ ^J lins: 
«»i>, WL X 1"^'^ ho, ^ i^ Id, ^ min ; agile, ^ ^ 



Qin 



1037 



QUI 





doiETiSM, of the Taou 

181 ng ISO wooBze woo neen. 
auiLL, ^ ^yu king, ^ 

linfi^, ^hlhjJ^flioWj^hwuy, 

^ die. 

Clui-T, 1^ H phe tan, ^ 
jl^ p'he toaou, ^ iF* p'hfi 
<8Ze,|^^ p'he kae; a single 

quilt, ^ |!jt -p ^"^ P'*^^ ^^'^^^ 
double do. ^ ^ ^ kee p'hA 
tsze ; a quilt stuffed with coU 

QiiTNcK, '^W' wan piih, 
^ , ^ it ming ke, 7lC}jS.niah 
kwa. 



Ifng peen, l^*^ king k»hwa6; 
quick of hearing, ]f^ tsing, ^§1 
sing, yf- m Orh tsung. 

CluicKLY, i^ik'hwaft, 
keii ; go quickly, f:^ ^ 
k'hwa^ k'hwavs k'heii ; do not 
move your feet too quickly, 

rose up quickly, ?^ ^ ffS 
^ keue j^n firh k'he. 

QiriCKNRSs of apprehen- 
«i<>" IS 8JI tsung mng. 

To auicKKN, i^ >|5 ml 
she hwo teih. 

duicKSANDj^^tiinsj sha. 

Quickset, grass, ^C 
maou isabu. 

Quicksilver, TJ^ hung, 
hung, :4c ^ shwuy y'm. 



QuTNaURNNIAI., 

^ 6^ ^^'^*' "^^" y^^ ^®^^ *^^'^' 
QuiFscKKT, ^ tsinjTj 2j^ iVz. 6^ ^ wod neen teth 

selh tsing, jJl ^ , shi^. 

QriNClUEFOLIATED, >^ j£ 

Quinsy. ^^ hod he>n, 
Iv'en JSI ^^ lioo hw5, "^ 

hea, ^ keaui(. 
QriNTFSsFNCF, 1^ tsfng, 

^ ^ :^ P ^^ ^'"*^ ^'^^ 








shin iMing. 

Quiet, ^ ^ seTh mOj ^^^ 
^iiee jen. ^f^ ?"an isinj 

soTh. ©t isiniT,^ (SO. W tsinir, 
tPp rho. 55i*nuy, jjS ^^h, IS 
fU na. .^ kUinncj^ ,f{^ he, 





8*"g) 'PJSshin. "[gf t'han, ! tsuy tsmgch'hoo. 



It ch^ ^ e p 1^ y^w 

y^'^^j ^ '^**'*^^ sR ** > * q"i<5t 

man, ^ ^/^ JV ^een tsing 
che jln. 

Quietness, ^pl^ ping 
gnan ^ k'e, |S me!h ; to be- 
come quiet, 2p Jg^ p^^g selh. 



Quire, of paper, — '77^ 
yth taon che : a body of sing- 
ers, ^ KM^^ chiin? jin 
tseth ch'hang, 3^ A ''I f^ 
chiing jin ch'hang hd. 

Quirk, quibble, 

kwci pe. 





RAB 



1038 



RAB 



QuisauALis Indica, ^^ 
^ she keun tszfe. 

To auiT, ill ^ 16 k'hcii, 
1^ ^ shay k'hd ; to quit the 
world, ^ |h! k'heii she, ^ 
fU* k'he sh ' ; to quit the priest- 
hood, §g f^ hwaii suh ; to 
to quit ^ne's-self of one's duty, 
§fe Q ^ ^ tsin ke pun 
fiin. 

Quite, ^ tseucn, -|- 
ehih fun •, altogether, ^ ft 
tseudn jgn ; in every rcp|vci, 
^ 1$ 6^ wan wan tdh ; 
quite ri^ht, JE J^ ^'^'"S ^^^^ ; 
quite certain, ^ fe^ keue 
tfng ; quite sufficient, "^ ^ 
|§(| kow yung telh, 
tsin kow. 

Quittance, ^ 3^ sho\v 
tan. 

Quiver, -^ ^ sh' fan^, 
^ ^ Ueen f?uig, tf ^ 
tseen shth, ^j| ^ ho » luh, 
ifl i^ hoo Ifih, ^ 1^ hoo 
loo, #1 ji ^^oo l^i^, li it 



poo chae, m ^ ^i^h mwan, 
li^chR, g choo, ge, gg 
filh, i^ fah. ^ ho and hw5 







kaou 



_ luh. ^ lung, ^ 
pang, ^ tsTh^lfyung, 
kow cha. ^^ tuh. 
Toau:Vr;R, from cold, y^. 



'^ ^ MR '^'^" ^^"^ ^^ ^^**^'' ; 
to tremble, §9 £M ch n chen. 





• Q ivKKi.Nt;. of the fl<!sh; Jjj^ 
,JPft!.:.V.ch.3 ill !^ tung hec. 
I Uiiz, an efiigma, gt^"^ 



in* H/<*. 



Qioriv, wt^dtfe, "^ )- seo 
•^'/^^^^^^miiht'hdw 

seo t89se. 

Quota, ^ ^ fdn ^th. 

To QUOTE, 51 yin,^)^ 

yuen kee ; to quote from a 
book, ijl ^ yin shoo, ^ ^ 
keu shuh ; tlie names of the 
persons quoted, 9| ^ » K 
yin yung sing she. 

Quotidian, ]3 H fN 3^^ 
jThtcIh, ^ H % fe '"^^ 
jih yew telh. 



R 



Rabbit, ^ t'hoo, ^^ 
kea t'hoo ; a white rabbit, ^ 
^ pth t'hoo ; a sort of rabbit, 
^ ke, ^ fs*hun, ^ chan | 
rabbit net, J^ |^ t'hoo wang, 
%^ l'ho6 kob, :j|[le, j| ^healSw. 





tseay, :^ chucn, ^ 
^ t'hoo ch6 kd keuen ; rah- 
bit warren, ^ chth, ^ ^ 
t'hoo keuh. 
Rabble, ^ ^ yfl mtn, "P 



RAD 



1039 



RAD 




Rabid, ^ kwang, |§ 
^ ch*bang kwang. 

Racb, oSsprincr, 1|S ^ 
neS chting, ^ ^ meaou e ; 
the human race, /V ^ j^n 
luy ; contest in running, i§! 
[^ ;^ ^ 8a6 p'haou che sze. 

To RACK, IS JS P'haou 
nia,|^^ j^ p'haou tsbw ; to 
run a race, ^ g^ saS nia. • 

Rack, for torture, ^ 
hlag keii ; a frame-work, 

^ kih xszh, itCM^ f 

mdh t'hdw klh tsze. 

To RACK, or torture, |^|i| 
md nan, ^ ^ k'hoo liiy ; 
to put to the rack, iW ^ ^ 
kga k'hob hhig^^ ^ kee 

kwan, tS 3RS is S5 kwan 
kee k'be la^. 

Racket, a sort of cress, >^ 
^p shwuy keae ; a confused 
noise, ^ ^ hung naou ; to 
make a racket, ^ ^ tsaou 
naou, ^ m jang naou, Og 
^ seuen jang. 

Racking pain, ^ ^ 

t'hdng k'hob, ^ ^ k'hob 

ts'hob. 

RACY,:^g| 5f^ g^JyeU^ 
tsz^ wei telb. 

Radiant, jQ -^ kwang 
"^"Ki >T& ?^ kwang ieang, 
^5^166^ shay kwang icih, 
^ it iKi fa kwang telh. 

To RADIATE, ^ ;jt ^f^^y 



kwang ; a golden light radiat- 
ing all around, ^^]Q ^ 
kin kwang sze shay : to send 
out rays, ^)\i — ^— ^ 
fa kwang yih taou ylh ta6u. 
Radical, a primitive word, 

show ; a root, j^ ^ kan tsze, 
^ ^ kan pun. 

Radical, (fundamental,) 

kan yu^n teih, |^ ^ ml ^^^ 
ke telh ; a radical change, 2J|f 
4J5i^^ku^sirihwan kwuh. 

Radically, fjl >4C j^ij 
yuen pun ieih,^|ji^ it^ kan 
te teTh. 

Rad^catki), ^ ^ ^ 
shin kan telh, ^ :^ ^ (ae 
kan telh. 

Radicle, >^ > & shoo kan. 

Radish, ^^ |^ tsai^. fuh, 

^ H la6 fuh. j® M '^ 

puh ; white do. ^ j^ ^ 

pTh lod puh; red do. ^ ]@| 

hung loo puh. 

Radius, of a circle, 

pwan kfng seen, |g ^J^ 
fuh seen. 

Radix, of a word, ^ ^ 

^ ^ yudn kan te!h Uzi, 

^ "^ tsze moh. 

To R AFFLK. ^^tdw p'eaoii 

Raft, *^ fa, |^ fa Jflt 

foo, Jft foo, #1" foo, #1- 1^ 

foofa, ^foo,^foo,)|E pa, 
li 






1040 



ilAl 



fSt ^ tKifi^ chow, tfc ^ 
fk chow, 3 yf ''-^ ''x*' ^ 

S^' %?^ p^ ^ "JS; 

^aog, ^ cha, )£ '^^^ -^ 
k'bew ; a raft wilh aails, ^ 

RarTKR, ;^ ;^ kwang 
*"*£) 'fff ^^i^Si i^ch'huen, 
fB ying, ^ fluy ; rafters on 
the top of a b«am, 7^ chaS, 
Pp fuog ; raften flupporting 
the eaves, ^ yew, J|p ffi| 
ebeo paA : ehorl rafifra, n 
no, ^ ^ ki'n peen ; a large 
beam, ^ leaag, 1^ ^ ta 
leiing. 

Rag, of elotb, M^ W 
«S l&D poo tsiiy uuy ; in ra^, 
^ ^ Ian len, 381^3^5 P'ho e; 
boiled 10 raga, ffi| j|| rag Un. 

Ragk,|S ^fiinche, ^ 
chOh, lf^^nab.1 han, jjg 
^ noo )t'hi, ^ j(^ no6 sin, 
^1 hwuy, ^^ ^^ clitn noo. 

Raqqkd clotlies, ^ j Hf ■« 

jg lae Bhne ; ragged silk, qlj; 

(■an die plh ; ragged clotli 1^ 

WB le 8ze, ^ ^ ta 8a ; a rag- 
ged robe, Jg^ ^ p'iio gaou. 

JfLm ™ fa Itau teih ma6u ; 



I a ragiag wind, |^ p'eaou, ^ 
! JS^ kwaog fuDg. 
I Ragwort, H 7*^ hd 
tazfe tsaou, JB ^ 3II n« hoft 
, tue. 

Bait, or paling, ^ ling, 
il^laokan. 

Rail, (a bird) ■ftSBchiih 
ke. 

.ToBAiL, 5£M <J'ow tna, 
SHjiihina.-ff lllema, 

J»og. m W k'ow li, p ^ 
k'h.Sw in4, ^ Mi<a>> ">*. 

^ ke ho. Ig ,h«. t^ Hill 
she IQlvpfBln, ^ ^ tBih 
Jang, ^f fR chen laew, 1^ 
(e, IC^De«,^ shan, ^ ^ 
ts^ey yaj to rail at one another, 
t€ om Be'ang k'tinw ; to rail at 
Bupcriors, it^ _t. ^ ^^^^ 
shang chay. 

Raiuko^^Pw. 4i ^ 
Ian kan, {B| s5. $SE fan, |J| 
gmein ilh,^ ^ hob lo' 
a crooked railing, -tij ;^ kow 
^' Wl tl IS tslli ; (circular,) 
^ ;g pe iioo ; the cross piece, 
ffl^ j«n ; a railing round a 
coffin, f^ foo, ^ (ao ; the rail- 
ing of a carriage, |§ yiih ; the 
railing round a we|],||||j kan, 

# _L ^ tin tsing ahang 
nifih Ian. 
RAitiKo, scolding, ff^ pe. 



Kailvat ^fH kio loo, 
Ht j^ t'hee loo. 
KAnicNT, ^ e ; food and 

ttls, 9 tsi'a, ^hwny ; heavy 

■km i»"gi«'' yn, IS 

flSylh hwA; siiiall rain, j^ 

ehUGg, ? S 'l> ^ ling .ing 
Mabayil, ^{S l^'tiuxg muag, 
||S|mIhmiih,g|i1Cm!„, 
miih ; itiMBunt rniti,. j^^ 

rain in the 3d moon, jl^ ^ 
^ ying mei' yu ; do. in the 
6th moon, ^ ^ [^ sung mei 
jh ; «xeesaive rain, ^g yin ; 
Uw rain stops ^ ,^ yu 



sfi 



seih. 



^^^^ ya tsing; timely rnin 
^^8l.M;^^^Hngyii; 
rain-cloak, jg ^ shwae e, 
j^WpC alith; rain coats and 
caps, H^^ i"> I'^ih ; a stiowor 
of rain, — ^^ vlh chtn yii; 
a rain mnker, ^ ^ jiing e ; 
rainy, ^ff p'bang ; rain descen- 
ding. ^bS; a Blight shower 
of rain, ^^ wel yii ; a long- 
continued rain, ^ habu, J^ 
yin,^ J^fsin isie, ^ l^tflin 
tsze-: a great rain, 

31 ho. 



ToRAiN, "F^heayii,;^ 
^ Ifl yti, T JS hSit'h^ f., 
yij ; to rain heavily, jffl^ '^ 
P^ p'hae jen hSa yu. 

Rain-bow, ^ hQng , ^ jpC 
I'hMO (ifing, ^ B yAn nt, 

"^' sffSJ tae mng, ^ p^ 
I'heeo keang, ^ |P seih e ; JD 
the end of the spring the rm'n' 
bov! begins lo app^'ar, ^p ^S 
l^^t^^C li'lxi ch'hun hang 
che li'6an. 

I Rain-watkb, ^ ;^ yft 
I sliwity, ^ ;^ t'hgen sh^ay. 

pane p'hafi, ^ ^ ping ping, 
^ ^^ fS to y« che maou, 
1*^ j3 a5 Bd ; rainy B«aBon, 
Mm '^hringya^TC^'^ 
hea ya t'hSen, J^ ^ chiing 
yu, ^f^ heae. 

ToK*.3R, ^kV,3pg 
kcti fh^, }^^'aak'hi-.,3| 

th^ keu, t^ ^ tft k'he, 
^ le p6, te keo, ^ liin i 
I to raiBe up, ^ |^ fod k'h!;, 
1 ^ ching, ^ p6. ^ gang, ^ 
, -^ yuen pfi, ffi^ l^ang, JC 
I kung, ^ Itae, ffC k'han?, :f^ 
I p'he; to raiae an armv. ^E EE 
k'he ping, ^ |p£ ^ cliaon 
ino'f pinf : to raise on end, ^ 
^g shno k'hi ; to raise one's 
exiwctationa, |g ^ ^ k'hae 
'Binhwa: to raiBO the wind. 



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1042 



RAE 



^ ^ j^ u isew fung ; to to raije tbe characters higher 
rake to view.jj^ keen ; to raiae in the line, f^ ^ ting tsze^ 
the price of goods, j^ j^ '^^ j @ ^ t'b^ ting ; to raise to a 
koo. )qg ^ chih ho, f^ 1^ happier state of existence, (a 




ch'hiii^r kea, ]g f^ k'he kea ; 
to raise up with both hands, 
it S^ kung kcii, ^ yu; 

to raise up, ^ S P^ ''^'^" 
jl^l^tehwny ^chang,^ 

yang : to raise the head, 
kin,j^^ta^t*hdw - the wind 
raising the sand, ^ Hg j^ 
fuag yang sha ; to raise the 
eye-brows with delight H^J^ 
ch^n met ; to raise, or cause to 

raise money, ^ ^ ^ ^ 
long taou tse^n la^ ; to raise 
up a draw-bridge, ^ ^ tan 
kaftdu ; to raise and lift out, 
been, ^ k'hew, J^ ^ 
^ ^ ^ c slibw kaoii keii ; to 
raise ihe hat»d and |K>int, j^ 
heen, Ig^^ ;^ kefl show 
e che ; to raise the hand, f^ 
keaou ; to raise by a lever, ^ 
kcaou : to raise np by drag- 

troops, ^ ^ moo ping, |^ 
J^ hing ping ; to raise the hand 
in making a salutation, gt:^ 
kingk'euen ; to raise between 
two, 9^ y u, H^ Ifi; tuy keu ; to 
raise doubu, @ ^ k'h^ e : to 





Buddhist expresBKMi) ^ J^ 
chaou too : to raise a dust, ^j& 

B^ 7^^^ ^^^'^ I ^o raise the 
eyes. ^ gang, M^ g keu 
mah. B^heu ; to raise in office, 
tH ^ ^^^ y «»*g ; tp raise, ele- 
^a^«i iH" ^ kew kea, 
shing ; to raise a siege, ff^ 
keae wet ; to raise by leaven, 
j^ ^ k'h% hf^aou ; to raise 
the head, S^ '^ keu show ; to 
raise high, ^ ^ kins kli^ ; 
to raise one's bat, |^ ^ shing 
kwan : to raise false reiiorts, 

rS IH ^ W "^ tsaou ya6u 
y6n. 

Raisins, ^ ^ f^ pa^ 
Uou kan, ^ ^ -p poo taou 
kan. 

To RAKK, ^ chTh, jQ |>a. 
Rakr. a wild yoiin«^ man, 

MlEl^lr y«" »'wa lang 
tsze, ^ ^ ^ ^ hed pa 
seang kung, ^ ^ ^ ^ 
hwa hwa kung tsz^, ^ ^ 
iS *f •''h*" hwa lang tszc^ 
JJ^:i^ yew seu,^^ yPw 
show, ^^^ hwa tsze ; a rake 
for raking things together, 

P^^ ^ Pa^ M P«. tE P*. .,, 
ts'how, )Q| ^ k'heu neu ; a 




raisethcfoot,l^E keaou tsub; I five-toothed rake, 5 ^^ 



"^ ■ 



KAM 



1043 



HAN 



wob ch'lie pa ; a delving rake, 
or pronged hoe, SS^ Vhci& ta ; 
a rake with four teeth, fH keu ; 
a rake, ^ J^ keii soo ; the 
teeUi of a rake, ^ ^ pa cb%. 

To RALLY, to reunite and 
advance, ip|I ^ (^ f([ tsae bd 
beang tseen. 

Ram, '5^^kuneyang,||| 
^ beAn*/ yang, ^ -^^ keg 
tflse, ^ ^ ke5 yang, ^^ te, 
^^ mow yang, ^ wei, 
# laang, j^ fun, p tsang ; 
a white ram, ^ fun, ^ keS ; 
a ram for beating anything, 
^ ^ hang t^h^w ; a raiud 
horn with three curls, 3p, S 
US ^ yan^ kco nan keuen. 

To RAMBLE, ^ ^ ySw 
h'^n^ ^^ y§w tang, ^ yen, 
fUSi # ch'hang yang, ^ ^ 
he^n tsbw ; to ramble among 
the five arts, ^ jg^ ^ y^w y a 
e ; to ramble among the hills, 
^ PL| ^ kwang snn shwuy ; 
to ratnble about, ^g ^ y^w 
yth ; to ramble in the garden, 

ISt tS ® y^^ ^^^''^ y"^" J ^^ 

ramble abroad, [jj j^ ch'huh 
yew, ai^ ^ gaou yew, 
gaou, j§ he. ^ kwnn, J 
ySw wan : to ramble on the 
banks of the river, J5j J^ J@[ 
^ hAbang seaou ya6u ; to 
ramble about for pleasure, 
Wl gaAu he, 3^ in y^w he! 








Rambler, ^ ^ ^ A» 
y&w btng che jin ; do. and 
sauiiterer, ^^ ^ f^ ^ 
yftw shbw haou hedn cbay, 

iS Ift W '^^^^ seaou yadu 
chay ; a summer ramble,.^ 
^ tsew y&. 
To RAMIFY, Jj^ ^ fun 

Rammkr, or ramrod, 
^ ^ Sling yuSn ts7-^. 

Rampant, i9fe±S^T 
t'beaou shang t'heaou hea; ram- 
pant tiger, ^ J[jgp'ha6u hob. 

Rampart, Jg lay; city 
^A^l'i^iiichiQg tssang; for- 
tified place, J^ fjl ching chft, 
9K 4 cbing pa6u, fj| Jj|f 
wei «b ; deep ditches and high 
ramparts, ^ Jtffi H shin 
kow kaou liiy, ^ yung ; a 
defence, ^^sib tsae, jg 

S ylngtsae. 

Rawcid, 3&^hew sing, 
saou, ^ pt '^^ ^^ ' rancid 
pork.fat, |§ saou. 

Rancour, ^'1^ yu^n ban, 
^ ^ nabu ban. 

Rancorovs abuse, ^ M 
tub k'hbw, §1 IS gd ma. 

Rakdom. talk, ^gg leen 
leen, # P Pfii ^ "m k'hbw 
Iwan ySn ; random, ^ ^ kow 
tseay, jlfi i^ Isoo tsaon. 
^ tsaou tsz^, RH ^ Si* 
bod 8hw5 Iwan taou ; to go 






RAN 



1044 



RAP 




out and in at random, {q j^ 
Jf, ^] ch'hah jfih pfih ch«. 

Rangk, order, ^JC ^^ ^'^ 
t^, ^ |j$ p'hin keih ; ranged 
in order, R^ fT ^J «ba6a 
h&ag lee, ^ ^l] (Mtft I£« ; a 
range of hills through a coun- 
try. :Nk # «* 2L*« 

ToRAKGB.piIllkeentsih; 

to ramble, ^ (^ he6n yftw ; 
to range up and down, ^^ 

Rank, order, ^ tang, ff 
b&ng, S^ )^ Uize sell, i^ ^ 
pail wei, Int M ^^2^ ^1 ^JC 
i8Z< tang, ^ 1^ tang t6, 
|iS[t5ngkeih,^iBp'Wn 

k^ ; official rank, ^ |^ 
kwan p'hm ; the first rank, 
^ — 1^ li yth pli)n ; offi- 
cer of the 4th rank, Q ^ IT 
sasA p'biD k wan ; the nine ranks, 
^ ^ kew p1i)n : what rank ? 

stale, 1^ t^ kung ming ; the 
ranks in an army,*p5| i2 j^^ff 

1^; rank and file, ^ ^ 
tHjr wob, ^ ^ hang woo, ^ 
^ jflng wob, ^ fx jftng 
hang ; to rise from the ranks 

t^ fli tij Jl" hang wob 
ch'hiihshin; rank(lineofmen,) 
P|t chin ; to ascend the ranks, 
to enter the army, or encrage 
in batlle, Jt |9^ shang chin ; 



what rank do you hold in the' 
army ? ^ ^ hlng ke ; I am 
the third rank, f^ ^ hang 
san ; rank or series, ^ k'hb, 
^Pin, agK $^]p4nle«, |K 
3lC pan tszi, f^ Ite ^«° P«^°- 

Rank, strong, |f||[ shen, ^ 
l^^w, ||[ ehen, |p shen, 
mi ung; rank in smell, 3gg 
(^ kelh hew,^^seu; rank 
poison, ;^^ tsdy tiih, 1^ 
^|§^ tdh sz^ teih. 

To RANK with any one, J^ 
;^^5ijyuchetanglg«. 

To RANSACK to search to 
the bottom, ^ fi saou tofn ; 
to plunder, ^ ^ tseang 
k'hed. 

To RANSOM, 

IBI shah hw&y, 
shdh ch'hfih lad, 
kew ; to ran-^om from punish- 
ment, HH ^ shah tsiiy ; to 
receive a ransom, )|j|^ (Qf show 
shuh. 

Rant :fc ^wang 8hw5, 
fe IS: SL ^ kwangshwb 
Iwan u6u, ^ S 6v 
k'hung heu teth hwa^Sj 
wang tan, ^ ^ oS>*»'^* 
ta hwa. 

Ranuncultts, g^ S 9 
sill leii tsabii 

Rap, !^' k'h^ B|J Sg 
k'hbw shiRg ; a slap, |Q ^ 
pa cbang, 1^ ^ ^ isijy pa 




shah, 
^•hiih 






EJiP 



1040 



RAK 






e 



*\L> 




cssk, ^|B17 ^ay ^^^ ^^ 

To RAP, WJ k'how ; to rap at 
the door, |t1 f^ k'how mAn, 
|IP fl^ k'h6w m&n. 

Rapacioob, ^ ^9^ t'han td, 

|>ah td piih y^n, 
6 y5 tseaiig 15. 
Rapk, ^^ k€ang keen, 

yj 1^ t'heaou keen,5SK 'P^ 
^ keang tseu nyu j)n. 

Rape, or turnip, 

man tein^.l^ ^ funic tsung, 
H ^ 16 pOh, ^ fli isae 

t'hdw. 

Rapid, ^ bBIi, _ ^^^ 
kelh 8&h, |j| ^Jl tseTh 8Sli, j^ 
seun, liJ^ sung, ^^J ts'lieeii 
le, j^jf^ 8ung sunj?, ^ tselh, 
fjl pP tsclh tPe. ^ still, H 
^ fa fa, ^ M y^^ hwaiiif, 
fllftsfih still, g kelh;|| 
heih, JS tsee, J^^sow, J^ 
tsan, ^ min, ^ {^ lieaou 
Icth, j^ leTli, -Jf^ ts'heen ; ra- 
pid current, ^ ^ keTh 1^ w» 

^ 3L ifefe shwny sin lAw, ^ 
J^ leaou U, J8| tseen. -Jfff -jHf 
lian l,an, ^ tseen, ^ 1. »fe 
7jC kin keth l^w shwnv ; 
rapid flow, 7'^ k'lieung, ^ ^ 
keue hwang, ^ peen,^cho, 
ill ^ mee keue ; a rapid 
stream, ^ ^ hwah yang, 
^ p'hun, ^'^ raang sSang; 
rapid promotion, qH^ ^!p^ 
pang clii ng wan le ; rapid 






flight, imj^^^ » '^P'^ (hua* 
der, Ifit fi Bin Ifty ; rapid ut» 
terancei Og ^^^ l^i @[ h way, 
^ telh, ^ (^ y^*^ l^^l'^ ^ 1^ 

pid BUCCCBB, ^ S ^^ ^ f 

rapid in a stream, j^ t'ban, ^ 

ls6, ^ ^'^^ '*® 5 "^ P^^^ 
through do. ^ |Q t'ban sae ; 
rapidly, ^ j^ Uelh fei, j^ 
^ seTh bwiih, ^ king ; to 
walk rapidly, 5^ chuy. 

Rapidity, ^ j^ bIi^ 8fib. 

Rapine, ^ ^ J^ 
tscang to che g5. 

Rafturk, i^ ^ 
t8'e^ gae che k'he, Jf^ 
^ jg gae cbe e. 

Rakk. I^^ chin k'bd, i^ 
ban, ^ ^ shahii yiw, ^ 
ch'hib I^K^yaouyg,^^ 
he ban, ^ be. ^ ^ be k'h6, 
kwa, 3^ 3S| kwfti wel, |^ 
seen yew, S^ ^ ban yiw ; 
rarely seen, ^ ^ ban ke^n ; 
rarely seen or heard, ^^ 
^ PQ ban ke^n ban wan ; a 
rare commodity, ^ J^ k^hfe 
bo ; rare productions, ^j^ 
^ Bl ^hod y§w cbe san ; 
Inr^ mountains are rare, y^ 
\\\ J^ ta shan se^n ; rare 
(not thoroughly dressed,) §^ 
j sang ; rare, open, ^ §^ shoo 
k'hae. ^ f^ k*bwan shoo, 
^ K be BOO ; uncommon, 
^ W fei ching, ^ tif 6 




.'t/ A 



RAS 



1046 



RAT 



Chang ; wonderful, ^J9f ^'M 
i ; very rare, ^^ ^ ban aliaou, 
^ 1$ ban he ; excellent, ^ 
jr k'hft meaou. 

To RAREFY, ^ ^ ^ 1^ 

8h& k'hae tih he. ^ j^ shin 

k'hae, i^^^^M «*^^ ^^"^ 
can p5. 

Rarely angry, .=pfe ban 



7^ 



ke ; rarely met with, |p f^ 
nan tih. 
Rarities J Sl^^ kwci wd. 

3^11 chin e, -^ i|^ kV^ 
wuh. 
Rascal, ^ji^fei^oo, Jff 

tsTh, 112 :^ tslli hwae., yi^^ 
pft foo. /J'% ^ seabu jin, 3jS[ 
^*^ ^ ^£ fang tszt5 rf »c to ). 

Rascality.]^!^;^^ 
tsflnor hwan? che 8Z»;, J^ /(i^ 

S afe ^ His «Ja"g sill gd cha 
che chwang. 

To RASE, or scratch out, 

ground, S^ ^JH Ptng, @^|§ 
hwuy hwac, TO ^ che hwae. 
Kash, iim£]^ liaou tsaou, 
1^ chang, ^ Jg, k^ teeay^ 
^ heae, l^i^^l^ kan 
ts5 kan wei, ^ ^ lob mang, 

tsaou t8z6, ]^ ^ tsabu tsze, 
i^ keen, g 1^ kelh han, 
keuen, j|| p'heth, ^ t'hS, 
tsabu siih, ^ maouy 





^ maou irtei ; surprised 
into a rush measure, — ^ 

S ^ y^^ ^^^ ^^^^ "^^1- 

Rash, (breaking out), ^ 
chin, ^ chin, ^ fah, 81 ^ 
ij-*^ jiS sang seabu tPang, 

^M fi ^'^^"3' ^ ^^ ^"^ 
fall. 

To RASP, J^ cha. 

R\8p, for carrots, j^^^ 
^ .ha Id p5 chwaug ; a rouirh 
fil-., ^^ san tszfe, ^H 
^ t'hcc san isze ; raspinis of 
wood in medicine, y^ J^ ta 
keih. 

Raspberry, ^ ^ f"h 
pun, !^ 1^ peaou mei. 

Rat, J^ shob ; «n old rat, 
^ g[ laou shob, 5|^ ^ h^ 
tsze, :|i; fg" shay keun, g] 

^ lelh, ^ urh, |(g chow [JJ 
small rat, ^^ fj^ tsfih keu, 
he ; an earth rat or mole, ^ _ 

fang. Is* fun. J& S ^ "**^^' 
05 ifa ^ tegn chung shob, 

Ak ff JKj te htng shob, g 
^ yen shob ; the ice rat, 
1^ ping shob ; fire rat, >^ ^ 
hb shob ; a water rat, ^ %^ 
shwuy shob, 1^ chin ; kinds 
of rau, H sze, HBfc y]"» SS 
^ h5 shob, H urh, jb| chuy, 
1^ yth ; a rat which forms an 
antedoto to poison, j^ ^ ^ 
pelh tuh shob ; a speckled rat, 




Rit 



i04r 



EAT 



m kwmg : muak rat. |^ ^ 
Uing keu, |^ he ; a species of 
^^' wHs ^^^' iut 1^^ ^ ^<^t hole; 

Ratf, price, fl^ J^ kea 
Ueftn ; proportmn, ^Q ^ 
otlang yfnjj, J^ ^ geang 
ch'hing, ^ ^ sgang tan? ; 
no two rates of payment, ^ 
jfkf Zl ^JC piih kea flrh sh wuy , 
HF^ •« M PQh urh kea; 
rate, manner, ;^ ^ moo yang, 
5^ m ^^^^ yang ; ' first rate, 
^"■"^ nH ^ yth p'hin : rat«. 

"^» fi^ 19; l^^"? shwiiy, ^ 
JJH tseSu le&ng. 

To RATE, ^ ^ too leang. 

IM £ '^^^ leang ; to chide, 
^ ^^^ isth pel. 

Rather, gj ke ; rather 
good, ^ 'il p'hb kea ; rather 
deficient. ^ kin ; rather fra- 
grant, ^ ^ p'hb heangi 
rather long, ^ 5^ p'hb kew ; 
raiher much, ^ ^ p'hb to ; 
rather passable, ^Ujhaoii 
k'hb ; I would rather, ^ ^ 
^ gnb ning k'hb : rather, in a 
■light degree, ^ wei ; rather 
^"8ty, ^ ^ wei chin ; rather, 
much better,^ ^ puh j6» 
ninsr yuen, jy- Jgg- 





nlng yaoa, ^ ^ nhi? seu : 
raiher die than oiFeiid, !^ IQ* 
^ Hpi :jEi H nlng k'hb szfe 
p&h fan tsiiy ; rather than, ^ 

K 



^ yfi k« ; rather die, j^K IB 
nlng sz^ ; rather better, ^ 
^Er habu sfay ,* rather high, 
6^ S^ 10 |H>,. >J> |g aeabu 
kaou ; rather small, /fs ^S 
seabu seay, ^/jNle6 neabu; 

ratlier not, ^ ^S ^ P^** 
yue e ; rather light, 1^ ^ 
k'hing seay ; rather like, y^ 
fl^ p'hb sze : rather doubt it, 
mM^ P'hb ^ Che ^rather 
flattered, ^ ^ ^ 5f ^t 





yew ke fiin cho ni&ng. 

To RATIFY, ^ |8l «»'ng U, 
^^ tfncr kwri : 10 deter- 
mine.^^'i tmiT ; to ratify 
a league, ^ ^ ^ ^ y^»« 
ting ming yo. 

Ratiocination, HJj 
pg mingle che IQn, 
;^^c'huy iu'» che sze. 

Rational, ^ M.i]^ til^ 
sbihtaou Ih teih,|gHH]^ 

ij2^ ^ y'^^ '^"? ®»"^ ^^'^ ^ 

aap-eenble to reason, ^ tB[ 
^ ^ ho taSu le telh, 1^ Jl 
yew le. 

Rations, (government,) ^ 
3j^ fung me, ^ ^ f"ng sin ; 
allowance of food, >^ l^ang, 
Ijq shanj^ , rations for the army, 
'^- ^h '^^"" Hhanff, ^ s?haou, 
f^ ^ sliaou sl^h, ^ 
me leang @q| heanj, 
keun U'&o^. 





HAV 



1048 



RAW 



Rat-trap, ^ ^ koo low. f»n m h, ^ ^ fan wan, j|^ 
Rattan, J^^ ^ sha tang. ^ fun wan, j^^ pin fun ; 
|£-^ lan^ ts7> ; the ground mvMrd thread, ULSS ^^^" 
rattan.?^ ^ !»'»£? I'how ; a '?i:jn.^^l8o6t8ung ; rnvp|- 
aort of rartun, /{Jj^ {/!iae, ^ . led silc.^ ^ tsan szc. jj^ 
kin^ 5fl h\%ang7f*itl^" n:at3, liae, f^.f laN ^ nn. |^ 'ae. jjpj^ 
1^0 tang siMh. .;';2 i*'^^^'^ j;5 fuh. ^ fun, 

Rattle, ^ |i| king kwci, ^j)^ fah, gf^ p[ la s:i. 
Il^ ^ n»»g l*'»"^; wooden i Bavkn, ,^ T* woo jra, 
bell used for an alarm, TJ^ ^ :^ fl labu ya, ^% keu, iij^ 
mfih t6, ^ t'hS; a rattle tic-d : ^% ken kuh, ^4 ^ ^^" '^"'*» 
round (he neck of an ox, ^ ^ ^ kwan kuh. 
^ new 15: a hand rattle,^; Ravknous, ^ t'hun. "W 
taou, ^ ^ taou kob ; a wind ^^ ^ I'han tfh kin, ^ ^ 



rattle, i|» ^ fung i5 ; a rattle ; t'han t'h«i?, ^ lt^:cn. 
used by the priests, ^ ^ Ravinb, ^ h5, -^ kan, 
naou p5 ; a rattles used in |1|^ kang, ^ kfib, ^ leaou, 
catching fish, J^j^minglang, ^ geu, ^ yew, ^ sew, |5t 
the rattles in the throat just |g |^>|)an yen, llj^ lh|^ hun^ 






hanglang^ 




bf fore death, ] 
hang. 

To RATTLE, rSi hung, and 
bwang ; to ratile through the 
world,® fr ^ T hnng 
hingt'heen hea. 

Rattling in the throat, *^^ 
f^lung heang, |||^ F|:| ^' 
bow chuniT shiner ; the ratilin? 

of ti uMticr, ^ ^ in Pi 

i\\n\ : ''i\ jo lOv. 

To ff \VAnr:,^^ (seancr 

•^''^■'")^ ^ ^^-anj t6, -i^ll 
:J^ koo led, If Ut loo l«o. 
To RAVK, '^ ^5, p'hun 

Ravrixrd, li^yun.JlJ^IQisangp'hA ; raw silk, ^||| 



tuncjr, j^ ^ leaou k h5, 
{!& leaou tsaou, J| | hea^, 
leaou, ^ ling, ]^ t'hiing, g/^ 
^ keuen kiih, |^ hing ; a 
deep ravine with a rivulet run- 
ning through '^'^iiUdhin ke. 

Raving, £c kwang. 

Ravish. 5»I? ^ keang kSen, 
?iS It 3? ?f keang hing 
keen woo, §§ )f^ keang yin ; 
to ravish, or take away, ^ 
l5; to be nivi^hed with delight 
^ ^ # t^ he 15 tih keTh.' 

Raw, ^ sang, ^ J|fe pflh 
shiih ; coarse, '^ ^ tsoo lob ; 
raw hides, ^ kaog, 55 JK 



MSLL 



1019 



RfiA 






bod vze, i^soo, j^ kwang, 

m aeaou, j^ hlh, j^ chin ; 
raw fiflh, ^ ^^ sang yu. J^ 
^ sing yflj raw food, gf ^ 
Sf^n slitli ; raw meat. ^ saou, 
^ s«ng, ^Ul^ sanjr chen 
Jfcj^ (^ sani; jiili ; raw fxirk, 
^Bl foo Seen ; raw-boned. ^^ 
^ sow jo ; raw hemp, ^ ^ 
Bang ue, ^ Iseaon. 

Ray, ^ !>oo, §^ Icefih, g 
fun; Uiesuii^in? ray. §§ poo; 
rays ©flight, -J^ §t kwang, 
shay, in wci, g &^ ^ f^ ; 
telh kwang, 3fe ^ ^^ \g 
kwang leang teih fa^u ; rays 
of glory ronnd the head, 'J^ 
JLWiift ^i"^? shang yu^ii 
kwanir ; a ray of li«ht entered, 

H >t ^ Ai^'* kwang shay 
juh. 

Razor, ^IJ || JJ Vhe 
Vboxv taou. 

ToRKACH. attain, ^^1 
tTh taou : to reach out the 
hand, f^ ^f^ shin sh'iw ; to 
reach to hraven. ^5^ k'he 
t'h#"en ; to ren^h to, ^^ che, 

pe,' j^^^ cTh . ^ lae, 5^ (ae, ^1(^5 

cencbed to heaven, jg^ ^ 
jj^" 5C •h^nff vrfin ya l^heen ; 
to arrive at, ^ Ub : to reach 



to heaven and earth, ^ "^ 
Jt 1^ klh ya shang htt^ 
3^ me, ; to reach even to, 
a^ J^ keih yu ; to reach to 
liie extremities of the world, 
^ ^B3 M heth ya sz6 
hae : to reach, to vomit^ V^ 
kTh. ng R^iTow yth, Ot t'hob, 

^5-^ wei, >Ii^ ^va. 

R,.A.ii. li| wei, 1^1!^ 

llie iriner b' u J of a resell is 
called '^aoti. oMd ih^ «»n*rr o'le 

wa miy wei gaou. \va\ wo! wei; 
onj of one's reach, JJ ^^ ^ 
7^ loih che puh keth. 

To RKAD. ggj ^ t'iih shoo, 
^^ neSn shoo ^^ ch'how; 
to read much, § ^ miih 
kanir. J^^^^ 8h5 Ice 
shoo 8h«\ : to read in a singing 
tone, ^ ^ neSn kin^;toread 
one's thoughts, ^ ^ ^ 
ch'hne kft e ; to read slightly, 

shoo, ^ ^ kwan shoo. 

READER, one who reads, J^ 

^ nijen shoo teth ; the 

reader, addressed in books, ^ 

'of k'han kwan ; reader to his 

majesty, f# ^ # ^ "**^ 

keinir he6 B^t W^'^^ ^'***' 
do. (public) ^11 Wtseuen 

t'h&h kwan. 

Rbadily, ^ ^ bin jgn. 







\-^ 






* 



< 



y.^" 



«S.t 



1^ 



t:l 



^ -.K 






1061 




^Z 



clnli iln: XH ^ A ' 

NG-TIMB, 

low che slid. 

RAB. to erecl, ^^^ 

k'h« lae, ^ jfe shoo 
car up a |K)le, ]£ ^ 
I : to bring up, ^ 
' rear children, ^g ^^ 
5 ; to rtar pii^w, ^ ^ 
►o : to ronr birds and 
k^ g\ fan hefih 







ow. 

of an army, JQjLcoa, i 

eun how ; attack him 

ha pel how ; a rear 
^|[ hea chtn. 
>N,can8e.5^^yuen 

u^n yiii, g| i^ yin 
: what reason f ^ pf 
y^w h6 yuen kO'> ; ; 
St be a r»iason ;>t 'fif | 
•eih yew e yay ; right 
^ l«i : risfht princi- ' 
[ ^ oil^ taou le 
chjnjr 1^ ; '^eason and i 

3ffi B '•> y^h, ^ 

^ t'h.ien le jin yfih : 
ooped and argument \ 
SSfi^Jllek'heuh. 
X ; there is reason in 



opposed to reason J. fK^fj^ 
^ woo wet tsiiig ie ; by, rea- 
son conquer passion, J^ J^ 
^ ^ ^ 1^ flhing yah ; there 
fnusi be some reason for it, S& 

^1^^ K^'> y'^w y"*n koo. 

To H KARON, Pl^ kf-'ansf 

k^w,f^|fechny liin, ^ "** 

chny iBih, ^ ^ rhuy t6, 

1^ pecn lun, ^ ^ peen p6 ; 
to reason with offenders, 
keuh ; to reason and arenie, 

i|l>i..l^illi£ist^cl.uy 
lun taou Is, ]^ ^ |)ei-n le. 

Rraaonable, '^ ^ It5 I^; 

wet, Ifeal "Udn 1«, m )J9 
^ choou tBlne; 1^, ^ 1% yew 

we) kin Te, (1^ ^ I^^S "s^ 

wei kfn I^ : it is reasonable to 
act thue, ^H ^ j|Q ]|^ le kaa 
jod t8Ke , to act reasonably, 

Rkasoning rii^t and feel- 
inj? strong, S ft M ^ »i 
chtb k'he chwang ; i. e. lo havo 
the right side of a question. 

To UBASSUMB, ^ ^ f^ 

^ tsae na k'he lad. 

To REBEL, 2^ fan, ^ 
tsaou fan, fjr j^ t85 fan, 
^ pf»/ pwan, f^8its5 Iwan, 
^ ^ fin nylh.^g 
pwaa. ^ jj|§[ pe( n^h, 





RAV 



1048 



RAW 



Rat-trap, -^^ koo tow. | f"n m?h, ^ j^ fan w»n, ^ 
Rattan, ^jj^ ^ sha Uing, ' f^ fun wan, j^ ^ pin fun ; 

I^H^ lang tR7.(t ; the grouod 

ratian, 5^ 51 tancr t»h6w ; a 



ravelled thread, ^IiSk ^^^^ 
•Jisen.^^lsootsung ; rnvp|. 
gort of icirtan, ?[J!^ p'liae, ^ | led sir^ ^ |^ tsan sze, ]g[ 
kin^. 511 hwang ; rattan n:ai3, ; liae, ftf lae, ^ nn, ^:^ 'ae, jJL^ 
^ ]^ tang seTh. ! c^l'a |g w;^n ;^ fun, ^' fua. 

Rattlb, H ^ king kwci, j ^§ full, j^^ || ja sa. 
f]^ ^ n»"g J«'»"^; wood«n I Ravkn, ^ T;!^ woo ya, 
beil u«ed for an alarm, TJC ^ [ :^ f^ i^^^ y"» ^J^ k®"> ^% 
mah to, ^^ t'h6; a rattle U^d | ^§ ken kuh, f| fj:| keu kuln 
round the neck of an ox, ^ 1 3^ J^^ kwan kiilu 
^newtft; a hand rattle, ^ | Ravrnous, ^ t'hun, 
taou, ^ ^taou kob ; a wind i ^^ ^ t'han illi kin, ^ -^ 
rattle, ^ ^fung i5; a rattle ; t'han t'he^,^lt*:cn. 
UBcd by the priests, ^ ^ j Ravink, jSg h5, -flX kan, 
naoa p5 ; a rattles used in 
catching fish, ^^ming Jang, 
the rattles in the throat just 
before death, ^^hanglang^ 
^ hang. 

To RATTLE, ^ hung, and 
bwang : to rattle tbrouc;h the 
world, ^ fr ^ T^ hung 
hingt'heen hea. 

Rattling in the throat, ^^^ 
f^lung heang, H(| f^ ^ 
bow chnngshinij; the rnttlin? 
of thuruler, fl ^ in Pg 

To It w.inr., ^ ^ tseancr 

J^'",^ ^ ^^'^an^ to, ill 
^ kco led, ^ :fj;t loo Uo. 
To havk, J^ ^ p'hun 




ftl kang, ^ kiih, :^ leaou, 
^ seu, ^ yew, ll^ sew, -^ 
|g k'han yen, |li^ |li^ hun^ 
tunsr, ^ ^ leaou k h6, 
l!i^ leaou isaou, Im heafe, _ 
leaou, g ling, pj t'hung, gfj 
^ keuen kfih, |^ hing ; a 
deep ravine with a rivulet run- 
ning through '^'i^f^shin ke. 

Raving, cE kwang. 

Ravish. Jfl? ^ keang kSen, 
?S ff 35 }f keang lung 
keen woo, §§ >^ keang yin ; 
to ravish, or take away, EP 
to; to be ravished with delight 

he lo tih kelh.' 

Raw, ^ sang, '^ J|fe piih 
shiih ; coarse, ^^ ^ tsoo lob ; 
raw hides. ^ kang, S£J£ 




Ravrixf.d. |^yun,^^»«angp'hA ; raw silk, ^||( 



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ho&wz»,f^900,i^kwMg,i^ to heaven and earth, ^^ 
^^o%h, ^ «•?'-©, i^ ^ 8^e fa, Jq Hf^ klh yft shang h§4 
jIH seaou, 1^ hth, ^ chin ; i J^ me, ; to reacti even to, 
raw fish, ^ ^ sang yu. J^ a^ j&^ kcih yu ; to reach to 
^ sing yft.; raw food, @f ^ the extremities of the world, 
9pen shTh ; raw meat, fl^ saou, ^ ^ 29 >^ helh yS bz6 
^1 ^^"?f ^ E($ ^^"» cben I hae : to reach, to vomit^ D^ 
fjp (^ sani,' jiih ; raw jwrk, ^ i l<Th. Rg, BJV o^ow yth, ot t'hob, 
^ foo seen ; raw-boned. ^ P^ wei, Wr^ ^^a. 
^ sow jiS ; raw hen^p, ^ ^ Rkacu. |i^ wei, |^ ^ 



Bang ue, f.^ Iseaou. 

Ray, ^ |)oo, §^ Icefih, g 
fun ; Uie stinging ray. SS^ poo ; 




jraoti w»-i, l|i iti| 8hvv;:y kefih; 
(he inner b^ui of a re.jcli is 
calld Gfaoii. n?wl ih** ••ivcr o»ie 



ray. c^Iight, -ife |t kwang wei jl |^ B Pit ^ B 1!^ 
^•*ay> ^ wei, ^ S^ "ife f^ , wa niiy wef gaou, wa'j wo? wei; 
telh kwang, ^ 5^ ^^ tS j ^"' ^^ one's reach, 'j[j '^^ 
kwanor leang teih fa^u ; rays ! J^ IcJi che pnh keTh. 





__ X-ft 

To RKAD, ji^ 





t'iSh shoo, 

^^^ ^ negn 8hoo.:j|^ ch'how; 
to read much, § ^ miih 
kan?. ^^^^ 8h5 »e5 
shoo 6h«\: to read in a singing 



of glory round the head, 

-L H^ ^i*^S shang yudn 
kwang ; a ray of lifl;hi entered, 

H >t ^ A J^'* kwang shay 
Jfih. 

Razor, ^IJ ^ JJ t'he tone, i^ j^ neSn kin^; to read 
t^ow laou. [one's thoughts, ^ ^ ^ 

ToRKACH. attain, ^ ^J ch'bne kft e ; to road slightly, 
tTh tanu : (o reach out the 
hand, f^ ^ shin show ; to 
reach to hravfp, 1^^ k'he 
fheen ; to renr-h to, ^ che, 
^} inr'u. ^ is.'n^ ^^_^ 

fe •''•"» J^ *^-40 S'"^"??» ^t 
pe,*^J^^Th . ^ lae, 5^ me, ^1^ 

te, ^% ^ le che ; the voice 
feached Co heaven, gg^ m 
i^ ^ #hinff wan yfi t'heen ; 





p'ho yur, §^ ® k'haa 
siioo, ^ ^ kwan shoo. 

Rrader, one who reads, J^ 

^ 1^ neen shoo teth ; the 

k**^^;-' reader, addressed in books, ^ 

^ k'han kwan ; render to his 

majesty, ff ^# ^ ""^^ 

do. (public.) f^ If 'B^^^"^" 
t'hiih kwan. 



to arrive at 



W ^" *"^" ' t'hiih kwan. 
, » Wb ; to reach I Rb^d.^y, ^ ^ hin j6n. 



RRA 



low 



EBA 



RrADiwK9ft. of apprehen- 1 ^ ffi^ utng voo ; real facu, 
tioD. OS H^ uuDg ming. : ^ i|^ sbth Ulag, pf ^ 

RfcAuiftG-nTAND.f^hwaDgJ ahili i»ze : real estate, 
M ^ ^ I'bub shoo ch%bang : ! kea ne«, ^ ^ saii ne«. 




REALITY, '^ ^8>nh SZ6, 

1^ U ^*^** ^''^^ » having iha 
iiaiiH: without the reality, ^f 



the eiiibroiJered benches and 
reading-9!a:if!s, o|>(>osite each 

other/:^i^tiHI *^^^-"V 

Hiy bwang. ^^ ^ jg ^ Hf yew m.ng wo6 

Rk ADY, prc|>arpd jrl |^ ju ; sbih. 

K ^$# ^^' 1^"^ ^ P^*''^! To REALIZK. 19 t'hi. 

j^ U^ pel ; Hnuiri. X^ ^' J^^-^lly, :^ ^ hlh shih, 
kheaou 18.15 ^^ q'-'i^k, 'l/t ^ W kbeo shih, ^ ^ kb 
k'hwac, ^ |ief, lit J**' • ^^^' i*^"^ wJ leaou, ^ |^ shth 15, 
pleled, 3j ^ hj^eii chlng : j W R ^^^^ '^^^'^ )/tC ^ ^H 
ready in debate, ^ niiij ; a : j|£ yu^n laft jod tsze. ^ ^ 

ready writer, J^f ^ ^0 5ll ' ^^'^o shih. ^ ^ ch6 shTh, M 
lung perh jo6 fei, ^ ^ ^^^ ^ wod fei. ^ J^ chin sh^. 
pelh ; ready utterance, ^^i Rbalm, kingdom, ^jj @ 
^ te5, Ul^ peen ya, ^J W pang kwo, ^ ^ kwd kea ; 

~" "^ realms of blisj, ^ J^ heang 
kcae, ^ ^ heang fow. 

Rkam, of pai)er, — ' fS ^ 
yth kwaij chft. 

ToKEAP,fiJ7(ckoh5,XlI 

yii-n ; ready-made, ^ }^ M jj^o, ^ hw6, ^ aclh 

h«^n chin^ : to make ready. 

^iStitgn. 

Rkat, )^ chin. ^W chin 
•hTh,|Si^kV6keu,^knh 
y shTh. 9f ^ Rhih tsae. f§ 
t'hfe, 1^ ^ tiih Bhlh, tj 
chlng, ffy Jig tcih k'hpo, ffy 
Hf teth shlh , ^ tao, ^ sih^ 
1^ wan. ^ laou, 





U k'h6w ; ready money ,i^ 
b?en yin ; ready elnqucnce, ^ 
a^ tRee keTh. ^ Q kwr 
k'bbw ; n»a<ly sale, j^ 
spaoii fihow : rendv. or willing. 
•H* lO kail sin, -l^ J^ twiner 






^.^ nfing eeih, |^l] sow' 
$^ f^ ftm hw5, ^ tse, 
ft t8e, f§| ^ lung tse, @ 
3<J chlh ^a''* : to rsap the first 

ripe grain, ^ tsfth, jfe-?-^ 
^ show tsabu shuh ho. 

RFAP-pnoK, XI' ^ c kow, 
<||J kow, f Ij til, ^ chlh, ^ 
k6g,^leeo,^^ keth ko, 



ahfih cbiih ; real seoiiiiieiiU, ^ yj leen laou 



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Rbaprr. JJJI^ ^ show seih, 
H A. cl.TI. j.n. XI] ^ A 

• hdjiti, j[feflJ;^A »'»<'«' 
k5 chejiQ. 

Reapino-timb, ^ )^^ 
f^ k5 show che she. 

To RKAB. to erecl, ^^ ^^_ 
^ shoo k'hft la^, ^ jfir shmi 
Iclli ; to rear up a |K)le, Xf ^^ 
leTh kail : to brhig up, 
licuh ; to rear cliilJrcn, ^S ^ 
yaii^ isze ; to rtar |)ity«j ? 
chuh choo : to reor birds aud 
beasts, ^^ i^ ^ fan heuh 
neahu show. 

RpAR of an army, J§J LSoa, 
. J^ '^^"^ ^<^w : attack him 
11. tiie rear, 3^ j^ # ^ 
kung t'ha pef how; a rear 
rank, "p ^ hea chtn. 

Rk a HON, cause. ^ ^^ yuen 

JBt @ yu^n yiu, g| i^ yin 
yuen; for what reason ^ -^ fwT 

there must be a reason ij^^ 

&h vL 1*^''* yt^w e y^y ; "ght 

reason, ^ Ift : risrht princi- 
ples, fg l«, ai[^ laou le, 
it 3® chinjr 1^ ; '^eason and 
pnpflion, Jg| ,^ K- yuh, ^ 

^ \ Ilk ^''^ '*«» '^ i'>D yuh : 
reason stooped and argument 

failed , ^ ^ t^ H le k'heuh 
szft kedng ; there is reason in 
tiM thing, ^ ^ yew le ; apt 



opposed to reason^ fiP^gfff 
^ woo wei tsing 1« ; by rea- 
son conquer passion, J^ 3® 
1^ ^ ^ 1^ shing yah ; thero 
niusi be some reason for it, jJS^ 
^W.^ pe*'» y'^w yu6n koo. 
ToHiAKON, ^^ kianff 
kew.f^ifechuy lun,^^ 
chny itjih, J^ ^ «huy i6, |^ 
1^ peon hill, ^ fg |>een p6 ; 



to reason with offenders, § 




keuh ; to reason and nrsriie, 

3@| Iiiu l^ i^ fw sa^^ chuy 
liin taou le, ]^ ^ |)e.n le. 

Rp.ARONABLE, "^Sl h5 le; 

J^»^{^'ci^hr>, ASjuh 

wcl, Jfeal shiin I^ ^ f|9 
]§| cliaou tslnc: 1^, ^ ^ few 
le,j^Jen.M©5giSp'hb 

we) kin le, {felt ^ i^T^ "^^ 

wei ki'n le : it is rea^^onable to 
act thue, ]i| ^ JtP ^ le kaa 
jod tsze , to act reasonably, 
i^ MM ^,'rian le firh hing. 
REASONING right and feel- 
ins? strong, S fe 1^ ^ ^ 
chtb k'he cliwung ; i. e. to havo 
the right side of a question. 

To llBASBUMR.^p ^ fj^ 

^ tsae na k'he lag. 

To RKBEL, 2^ fan, s_ 
tsaou fan, f/= J^ tso fan, 
^ p^f pwan, f^Si t85 Iwan, 
^ 1^ fan nylh,^g ^ pei 
pwaa. ^ ^ pe( neYh, ^^ 




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pei pwan, ^ woo, ^ I'ha 
5l5K^ pwaii nylh. ^ ytb 
fJS [moil; {g kwo, ^ ^ for' 

^'^ ^ Pei> ^ S mow fan, . 
^ X ^a" sh:iiig; 10 rebel and 
abscond, 0p ^»*ba« Thaciu ; to ' 
rebel apninst ^^ w.»i ,)yth. 
Rrbki. I^ fan, g(^ g i^^n 

ch^», xE f fi n yth fan, ^ g 
t«Th chin, jjpF g keen c bin, 
K ^ ^ X fa" Pwan die [ 
j*"i "^l^i A Pei pwani 
cbe j'lu ; a bandit |^ fsTb. 

REBRT.r.roN, ^ IIL pwan 
Iwan, ^ U ^^ mow fan 
che 8ze, ^7£r>wan nyib ; 
to plot rebellion, ^ ]^ mow 
fan ; open rebellion, f^ ^ 
t86 Iwan ; to grond people on to 
febcUion, ^^^ ^ kelb 
pe^n leang niln. 

Rkbrluoup, 'fp^ PWHn 
hwin,5^ nyfh.f|^|»ei.f^3^ 
?**i nyth, f^^ woo nytli, jj^ 
53b "y^h woo, ^ ^ woo wot. 
j^ ffil| fan talli, ^^ pa'u 
*^i SSf 1^ ^>w kwan.f^ I^ |)5 




wei 



tRin 



kwae, _^ , ^^^ 

pw&n ; rebellioud banditii, ^ 

^ nyTh tsth. 

iabn t^heaou kwo laA. 

To REBUILD, ^ ^ 

tsae keen tsami 

To HK.BtJKW. ^ ffTh, 

•H kliSen wTli, IJF }j[j tsth "J^ 




f% HS S 8hw5 puh she ; 
to rebuke for a fault, ^ )^ 
tsiiy che. 

To RPCAL ^ [gj chuy 
liwfiy, I^HJ ^ keaou hwuy 
laA. : to recal to recollection, 
^ Is ^^^y y»b * word-* cnn- 
not be recalled, ^^ /JH^ 
97s^ pnh kerb shl, -— W SE 

cb'bub sze ma nan cbuy ; to 

recal official documents, |^ 

{S| sa hwuv ; to recal one's 

word, ^ ^ sliTli ySn : lime 

past ca!»not be recalled, ^9n [^ 
—4— "TX* >p3i ^ 

^ HS 2S kwang yin k'heii 

pub hwan. 

ToRKCAwT, j^CJfank'bw, 

"^ W pet y^n. 

To RECAPITULATK, — — * 

F? i^ y^'* y^h tsat* shwo. 

To RECEDE, ^ t'bdy ; to 
recede a step. ^^ f^ — ^ 
rhuy how 3nfh poo: to recede 
from each other, iffl ^ seang 
'^> Tp ^ stian^ we! : to re- 
cede, fall bacV, ^ ^ |,wuy 

prt ; to recede from. ^| ^ 

»^ »^:»^«- g'ipee, ^I^IJ 1^. 
pee. jg.^ iseun 8cun,3|[^^J 
t'liuy tttou : no yv:\y of reced- 

«"g^ # ^ ^ iS wod tfli 
t'huy sub. 

Rko EiFi*, J|pj^ jpi show tan ; 
a receipt m full, ^ §^ show 
P^*"* »& Ife thow kelh. 




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T« Kcenrs, tpi^ ihow, ^j^ 
abS, ^ ahnw, ^ ^ linir 
■how, f^ 5l ching show, ^ 

■'»"«'. ?l M ig>'^ "»?. 38 ^ 

t'hjiirr sho\v» 1^ ^ foo show 
^ yintr show, ^1^ juiig, 
^ iBunir, 1^ kwae, ^Jf leen. 

W ^*» ^ »•'» i^ k-heuon, ^ 
••^a^j n-i, J^ *^ tsHiJ show, 
^ tsec 8»JoW; ^ koaou. 
k'hccn. ^f isranir, ^ |^^ 

yen nS. ^ Uh, ^ch'hing, j"^ 

receive, or take, fl>^ tsmi, ^ 
oi| ^ ^ tseh la » ; to recoivo 
and conUiii, ^j^ yfl»^? "'^ 
to receive with resp-^ct, ^ ^ 
king sh'iw . to P'ceive a visi 

tor, 5^2 ^ y"»S i-fi^, ^ # 
l8'»e I'hae ; to r«!ceive a guest. 

IW 1^ "^ P^'^ • *^ receive as 
an inheritance, gg ^ shTh 
sh«^w ; to receive an arrow, ^ 
]|ff yin tatJen ; to receive back 
a;?ain, ^ g] tseS hwfly, ^ 
j\ teee jnh ; 10 receive the ef- 
fect of. ^ wet : to receive the 
seals of office, ^ ^ tsec yni 
to rceive a coininicsion, 
^ J^ "^ shi'^w jIn cheyen ; 
to receive orders, |^^ t'hfnir 

ban mfng. ^-^ fiing che, ^^ 
W P"* nil ng, ^ ^nyth mfng 
fdfftg mfng ; to receive 





a royal decree, ^ '^fdngcM* 
to receive instruction, A \ii\ 
^ IS ®b6w keaou, fg |J[^ 
hue: keaou, ^ ^^ung keaou, 
M ^ ling infng, 9^ ^ hSa 
m.'n?, fl B§ Ih.g ieo, f{i} f^ 
oa hwiiy : to receive a letter, 
^ ^ It I8e6 laft 8,'n, ^ A 
show juh ! to receive and open 
a letter, ijj(^ j)f show che ; tO 
receive a reward, ^ tj^ show 
rmon ; to receive a ransom, Jf^ 

i^ show 8huh : to receive in 
|)l -di^e, ^ ^ itJen show ; to 
r reive a princess in marriage, 
fqj shang, f^ 7^ i sliang 
ktmg chob ; to receive benefit, 
^jlj 1^ *^^**^" ?ni^n ; to receive 
taxus. ^j|8^foo leen ; to re- 
ceive xviti) both hands, ^S 
fling, ^ (vin^ ; to receive and 
read, ^ ^ ftmg t'huh; to 
receive the odour of incensOi 
heang ; to receive favour^ 

_ iH mSne irnSn, ^ ^ 
muh enan, 95 Si •"wd gnan, 
'J A /§l ^^®" S"an ; to receive 
an impression, ^ kelh ; to 
receive pay from government, 
shTh leang ; to receive 








money, p^ ^ ling yin ; to 
receive from Heaven, W 





j^ ^ pin show vO t'hcen, 
fe pin foo, i^ ;^ 16^55 (06 
^he yu t'heen ; to receive great 



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gnia •hin chimg ; to rcc^ire ofapUoi. ?E ^JF bwm fang ; 

politely. ^ ^ UcaofJ "»« • a receptacle for rioc. S FO- 

lo receive iu lUe biuid, ^ g| ^.|^„y^ ^ ^ „!'• t'hnn. ^ 

i*h6: to give and rcccire. ^ ^j^y^, . jr, for t'rain ^ yu: 

^^ «'>ow «lj'w: to receive dr>. for mc^iKV ^ H ^^^'^^ 

Willi a irmile, 'rS ^ 'J sin iia ? f.-r " a r.-r^ tn- '- f»r o:»c*f 

to receive and ru:..r?iin t'«e ,, r=(-:i. ^ ^ ^ H/^ ^*^'* 





I {,•; 



pSi'p c.ie sr» 




C* ''^^ 



lioit of OiTr'-rs . g^? 

keuii chin ; to recti Ve frofii c'lin r!.*- r'i*'i:' - : a T^j-c-iji acie 
one.^^ncili bIi/w Pg ^^ f,,, ,',.] v,,s |f!( tl? '^^'» '"'' 
yui? pin. ^ ian?, ^ it hnii ; _U ct:r r:os. F^ ^ ^ $ 
to receive lavotir«. wnhoMt ar- jj., - .ij y^ rhe -"z-^. 
kD0wled;;iiig tliem, ^ .a» fo" r^ cF.dS. ''d-.-p; 5^ hwang. 
gn^ii ; to be piiiliy of rtccivifi- ?rS k^^aou. ^ -^ wa leaou ig 
Stolen goods, ^SS(*''^> Uaug: ,,j„ ^ yew : a recess amoti? 
to receive brily^s, ^ isfin- : |,i||g ^ j^ ^pw n^ih. ^^ ^ 
to receive in oiie« lap, '^ ^ j^enh eaou, J^ 4^ li"g yi"^- 
yaou p'ban : to nx-ive and {^ll||] Ija sun, -^J^^ k'han 'J^ 
bold in the arms, ^ M ^ yin^. ^ nan^. 
•be foo cbc. ; Rkcipk. of t physician, |j| 

Rkcrivrr, ^ ^ show ; ^ y5 fan?. ■]^ -^ fang tss^, 
cbay. ^ \ show jIn : r*-cci- ' ^ ^ p^^n fang. 
▼er of stolen goods, 1^ ^ wo ! To bf. recipient of ^ 
kea. ; keen. 

Rrcrnt, ^ S^ sin Seen, I Reciprocal, ^ +8 boo 
^ ^ sin yi'W ; recent ages, ' seang, )^ te5, 40 Jw ^®*"^ 



^ f^ chaoii tac. 



y»"?> ^ '^ ®^a"g ^«^S» ^ 



Rkcently, (yl] i^ kans: 1 |f^ scang ch'hing. 
tsnc, H^ ISO, '^'^^ f^^ ' Rrcitativb, (tone of). IfB 



tStion piih to ke shtV 

Rkprptaclr, j...)k'han LI 
fang. ^ k'Uunrr, ^g k'han.^ 
tyw, ^^^(^f show wuli 
die kMi.^ ; ructfplaole for the 
ashes of Bnddhist priests, ^^ 
p'hoo ts^ ta ; receptacle 




P^ yew e. Pj3 yen. 

To RFCiTB, P^ch'han^,^ 







'hGh,|Sfnn?. 'I^nee; to re- 
cile odes, ^ g|p ch'hang she, 

l^ifyinshe,^ ^/"iJ 
she; to recite plays, Rq Wq 
ch'hang he : to recite prayers, 



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m^ H^ ebow Sling, |^ Pj^ To reclaim, from error, 
sdug chow, i^ gRi ncen chow ; . ft jft k^w ko. 
(lued by the BnddbifU) : ^ | To rrcline, ]|^ y^n, ^ 
ehtth, J^ f^ iieen king, 1^ H e cho, ff^ jfr *o > oli5 ; l^ 
•ling king ; to recite o prayer recline against, ^ ^ e pang, 



RscLuep.. ^ 1^ yew yin ; 

a monk, gg f& i^M'^ 
keu sew taou. 

ToRROoomzR, ^jin 

ehth, ^ sinh, ^ woo, 

Igijjin eh!h. |^ ^ neen 

k'han, ]|E |^ clia ne<^n, ^ 

yirng ; to recite poe- j^^ cha chaoii ; to reco)eni94| 




WOOtimerlB |lf IE— i^ 
^ flung sase king yTh Iseen 

p'heen ; Co recite in a singing 
tone, S[ 11 fung sting, |^ g6, 

yiQ go, iB gow, igi ^ gow 
yung ; to recite books, |g; 
Oe^n shoo, 0^ shin, Hg 
yin ^6, 
^^^W y""? she, 1^ If 

ko she ; do. extemporaneous, 
fl ig k'how then. 
Reckless, of the laws, ^f% 

Sl ^ p^^ ^®* ^^ J ^^' ®^ 

death, ^ ^ ^ pQb p'ha 
nzh. 

To RECKON, JJ 1^1 ta 

swan chang, ^ ^ chdw 
swan, Wl TT ^ swan, ffi gj 
koo k^, Sjr soo, ^ ^ ke 
so6, ^l* 5g5[ swan BOO, ^ 
kwiih, i{ le, ^ leaou, ^ f f 
kwei k^, ^ Je ; to reckon 
^pon^ fgj k'hung; to reckon 

^Pt^)@ ^ swan k'be lad ) 
I will reckon accounts with 

i hd nb swan chang. 

Reckoning, ^ fK ^^ 
4:hang. 





the truth. ^ M. ji'n rhiii. 

To RECOIL, ^ lEl <^h5 
hwfly, ^ \q\ i'hi?aou iiwtty ; 
to recoil as a bow, ^ ^ p6 
kung. 

To RECOLLECT, fj^ 

yihkc,|E.^kach5, ^ _ 
ke k'b^, ^ hoo, fg} ^ hw&y 
aSang, ^ J^ ke ne^n, |£;^ 
ke tlh ; to recolJeci distinctly, 

tE # ^ ^ «^^ «*^ ^^i'^ff 
isob, J^ ^ laou ke, i^ ^g 

pef fub, ^ j^ seang klie ; 
to recollect slightly, ^ p^ 
p^ pwan me^n shih ; unable 
to resollect, i^ ^ ^ seang 
pah k'hfe. ^Z^ ta eeang 
pfih chilli h,^:^^3J5 «^io« 
pah la*'. : to call to recolleetioo, 
m^chuy yth. 

To RECOMIMIBNCE pubUf 

business, ^ (^ k'hae yin ; 



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to begin agaiiij p^ f(^ ^ ^ i recoaipeDse to one's ancestors, 
y*w chi tsae ua/iu. ^ 4^ paou pun, 8^ isoo, ^ 

To RzcoMMEXD, jj^ Ui'n, isoo, g]|{§^ chow uoo ; recom- 
p'heaou, S^ ^ ken tseen. pease for pious donaiions, j^ 
UH "fj chiih foo, l|^ heu, fj ^ la ts'Iiin ; to recompen^ 
fffifo6td,fife fhuy toih, evil for good, M ^ ift- 3® 
^^ tseen; to recommend a gnan tseangkew paju ; unable 
prrson, ^ ^ t'hpaou Ic, ^ , 'o make any recompense, "^ 
9 pabu keu, ^^K ^»^'eo t^ ^ ^ puh nang chow ta; 
kea jin ; to recommend one*s- virtue will meet with a good 
self, ^^ ^ cb'hin shin, ^ recompense, and vice with nn 

evil recompense. ^S -^ ^p 

I To RBCO.XCILK, ^ ]^5pn 

' if pj"g y«^" ho habu, ^ fn 

Q^ ^ chow paou, 5)fJ §§^ • keang ho : to he reconciled, j^ 
chow laou, ^ ^ poo che ; how. ^ ^ ^ isac seang ho, 
to recompense favour, ^|^^!{^^ f"h hS; to reconcile 




tsze tseen. 




Rbcommenoatioii, 
tsccn sitoo. 

To R£COMPEvsE,^|(^ ksaou 
fli <^hang, ^ JS paou yinsr 



pa6u pnan, '^ shang, ^ j people. ^ ^ A hd raiih 



paou, ^ ^ lAou ta ; to re- [ jin, ^ A ^ ^ k'heuen jin 

compense or repay, ^ yew ; : h5 muh. 

to recompense favour with fa-* Reconditb, J||L gaou, 

pa6u gnan, ij^ ^ paou yi'ng. 
Recompsnsb, ^^ paou, 
'^show, 1^ ^ la6u kin 
to hope for a recompense, 





J^T gaou mea«^u^ jJS shin» 

shin meaou ; a recondite in- 
fluence, ^ ^ tsiniir k'he. 
To RECORD, §5 tang, 




fj^ wfitng paou ; to ho\ye to be i gJJ tang ke, (|^ ch'he, 
able to recompense, |§ i{^ to6 keen, ^ she. |^ chth, ^ ^ 
pa6u ; an open recompense, Wf k& tsae, ||| chan, :^ jffi 
y&ng pa6u ; secret do. |^(chuen shiih, ]^ cli'he, ^ 




yin pa'^u : a blessed re- jkeen.^ liih, 



compense, 
an evil do. 
sudden do. 





ming; 



to re- 



fQh pa6u ; 

gd paou I 

^ riuh |>a6u ; 



cord merits. ;^ jfj ke kung; 
do. faults, jf^ jj^ ke kwo; 
to record on boards. ^ k'lie : 



RBC 1057 REC 

Vo record a name, fB ^ ^^^ To rkcoint, ^ |^ isae 
Sling ; to record- business, y^ pwan. 

^ kd 9z6 : on rccoid, ^ ^ Recourse, refuge, ^ jj^ 
^^^ g^i^i )^ $^ 1^^ iuh ; to re- , ;^ ]^ gnan sliin che ch'hotf. 
cord distinctly, @ g£ choo I To rkcreate, to make 
ke ;to record historical annals, ; anew, ^^3 ^^^ taaou ; to 
pP ^£ ^e the ; to bear record. | rocr^ate, or refresh one's-self, 
if # tdy chfng, f^ IE i, ^ 1^ IS # keth wuh pob 
t85 ching keen. ; leth ; do. or enjoy one's-self, 

Rrcord. W^ luh, J^ ch* , ^ ^ ^ f^ ^^^S '>w*^ f*^ 
^ shoo. ^ ^|j kefen tsa, y^ i yur:. 
p'hoo, IjcJ ^ che wan, ^ Rkcrkation, ^llJlgUI 



k'hwan shoo he 15: amuse. 
ifient, ^ 5^ ^ ^ hfe seaou 



po6,fi^3©Iiih cseih, ^^ 

ling lab ; a record of age, ^ 

]g^ hwang tsth : records of a che sze. 

country, aS ^M t'hnne keen, To recriminate, TS^ ^ 

§§ M kwo keen, ^ |E »^w6 i ^ ^ ho6 seang kaou siing. 

ke ; recorded in a book, ^ ^ '^o recruit, |1^ ^ te pob. 

isae shoo. . ?§ ^ hwan pob, '^ ^ ting 

Rfcordkr, ^^shoo le, | poo, ^ ^ ch'hung pob, ;|^ 
3E VB^ chob p'hoi^- the six ^ teen pob ; to recruit one's- 
recorders, '^ fj^ luh chtli. self, ^ fj pob leih ; to raise 

To RECOVER, to pet again, recruits, ^^ -^ moo ping. 
^%tsaet:h,^^fuhtlh,: Recta!^gilar, ^ fi^ 

bo : to recover one's liberty, To rkctifv. 5^ keaou, JfQ 
^ # tti ri' tsae tth ch'huh kth, ^ le, P| taou, ^ jA 
shin ; r'"/Cov;r»*4l from aicknei^s, yew telh, § j]^ k'hwang 
^ ^ pi'ng habu. 1^ yu, Jg chdig. ]jg ch(h ; rectify it, Jf 
ISi^ ts^uen yn. |^ ^ ping . ^ chfng che ; to put to rights, 
i«cugn, ^ ^ ping t'huy : to j -^f^ ^ ch^ le. j^ ^ sew li ; 
recover what was lost, ^ ^ j to amend, B* IE **®^ chfng ; 
^ W ^ ^ ^ ^^** ^^'^^ ■ ^^ »'^^'^'* «^<raiflrht, [i; — J[ 
shbw so shTh che wuh : to r«N ; c\v.\\ >ih chTh, ^ g lung chTh. 
cover one'*? office, ^ |^ ^ RKcriu^rFAT., |g[ j^ j^ 

fuh yucn jfn. ^^^^ ^**^*'' ^*^^** ^^*^^ '^^'^ ^^^^^' 



IJIO 



RED 





woif ^jii^ ^ ^ ^ 

Rkcckbcstt, Co tfc dovn. 

lrt«i, i^f^usih tabu. 

Tofii'CCft to the paity ^ 
^ chaf rTh : Co come round 

Ah eMb. fi^lSV CMe jd 
ehA : ffK «prinsr recars a?ain, 
5^ § — ^ f ^w fhe vTh 
ch'hiin, 

Rp«;0fr%3rT, t^ j^ ^ A 
t'huy iij5> rhi5 jtn. 

R^n llKchTh^thftn^,-^ 
tan, ^ rhoo, ilH cfiing. 

of the sky in fhe morning. ^^ 
f^ cfiaAii hea ; do. ih the 
evenincr, Monoting fair trea- 
ther) jj^ 1^ moo h^a : a red 
tasMllcd cap. I^i^li HAncr 
yin^ ma^Su ; a deep red, j|^ 
kMng ; red earth |^ chUy ; 



Sl^'Jf 





^ ^ fnasia .!:?« 3^^%^ ■ red 
^ ^ : 2a-:« 15 : rwl 

ran foa: red pncipOMMt. ^ 
^ 7^ ciiln h inar can : a red 
f«« 46r ^ "^^^^ ta^n ; red 
Oi:hr*. f^ ^ ^ c*« cfcaj »Mh; 
a red ooir. |^ ^ »in dHt ; a 
red gem. ^ ^ J* k* ; r*d 
erea. B^ taun ; pure red, JJ* 
]^ tan rHort - rh-» f»*< Kook of 
China, j^ ^ ^ Csin thia 
Ian : rrd paper f^ tso. ^ bth; 
a red bow )^ ^ Chung kuog: 

a red colour. ^L S ^^^^ "^i 
S cirhan. ^ Inn Hfl hen. 

^ me f^ hah, ^p sing. ^ 
long, j^ l^n : a sort of red 
coc'^K ^ ^ tsze g^> : to dye 
red, ^ l|C i^'> hdng ; to be« 
come red, ^^ R hftne; red- 
haired micion. ffiC^^ ^^"S 
madu kw5. 

To RKVDKS.^^nkW Tt^; 

h^ eyea reddent-d, ffi ™ yft 
^ T y^** k'hedeo (ith hClog 
leaon. 

REDorsH, Tjfi chth ; a r«d* 
dieh dye, |s heun ; a reddi)ih 
purple, ^^ hfing lead; a 



KED 



10S9 



RED 



reddish spoCted ant, ^ j^ 
tsitig k'hae. 

To ^DKBM, W W P^ 

tD ilH 8imh ch'hi&h la^ ; to 
Qedeem anything out of pawn, 




To RKDucr, fj^ ping, ^ 
j^ Jf^ ping k^ie laft : red«ioed 
8 tribes to one, ^ ^ rP )^ 
— ^ ping pi poo wet ylh 
poo ; to reduce several seccions 
into one, J^i(:j^^—jjf6 



iQj ahfih hwny ; to redeenT^ soo teaou ping ylh teaou ; to 



reduce or brin^ to the former 
dtate, ^ ^ J^ ftih ki yu^n ; 
to bring into a smaller com- 
pass, ^ ?j% keuh seabu ; to 
bring into one, ^9 — kwei 

yih ch'hoo ; to bring under one 
rule, 1^ — ^ kwei y th t'ungj 






a pledee, ||| ^ shuh tang 
K O "St «huh hwny tang ; to 
redeem ami save. ^^ f^ kew 
sMlh ; to redeem the world, ^ 
•pr shiih she. 

Rbdncss, ;^^ hfing sTh ; 
redness of eyes, |^ ^ mee 

1^,181 hth,fegRhangy^aa,- „ ^, 

redness of the face from the to reduce in bulk, ^ ^ kSka 
mr of wine ,|[^ peaou, ^^ t'ho 
Rrdolznt, ^heaog, Wf^ 
biw. 

To URDOrBLR, "Jto |§ 

kea yth pei , ^ ^ 5(5 shwang 
k'he la^. 

RKDorsT, ^ ^ pa6a tad. 

Rbdoutable, is Kf ;J^ 
fffi king heae che chwang. 

To RKDOuND, to be sent 
'^c!^, ^ IS] fa hwuy ; to 
^J^""**) jfe -1^ t'hae to. 

To RBDRKss, to sct aright, 
IC lung chi ng ; to amend> 
JC kae chi ng ; to relieve, 
^ IE l^^w chfng ; to restore, 
^ jg fdh hwan, ^ S PO^ 
hwan ; to redress a grievance. 
I|l^ fehiii 1^, ^ ^ shin 
yttm, 1^ ^ shin keuh. 



twan ; to reduce to a level, 

kae ; to reduce to straits, 

pelh, ^1^ plh ; to reduce ia 
rank, [^ 1^ keang chTh ; lo 
reduce to subjection, ^ |4ng, 
^ 2p ching ping, ^ ^ 
ping ting, ^ fjj; ching fa ; to 
reduf^e a nation to submissioQi 
|DE W^ ching kw5 ; to reduce 
to practice, ^ f^ Vbi htng ; 
to reduce into a compendium^ 

yaou ; to reduce to nothing, §f 
HE kwei wod ; to reduce one's 
expenses, -^" ^ B^ If ting 
k^ s6 fei ; to reduce to ashes, 
^ j0C ^f^^"^ hwuy ; to reduce 
in number, fifl Ifij^"^ ^*^^ i 
reduced family, S |K ^ ^■T 
15 hoo ; to reduce to order, afff' 



AEe 1tl6i) REP 




,^_^ ra^ca p'li^che : rcdu- Rc:f:L« for wiadinST 'ilic. |^ 
c^ ro pcvert J, :fS ^ rhrh b, ae. jg j^ lo chaj. jg ^ ]^ 
^^ ^^ L) p'n : reduced to ex- I^sze chav : a reel lo wind 
Uoniikfl. fl^ 1^ lan?pei. ' ropes nn ^g hoo : a winding 

Redc^dajick. j5^ ^ ^ reel ^ ya 
3|[ rltae to che 9Z<, ^ I9 To acEL thread, i^ 4^ 
^ BF ^^^ T^"? T^^ J^- ^&n? Seen ; to reel or stagger f^ 

To fteDCPi.iCATC, f^JD ^ yaoo tpng : to re*?l in opi- 
-^ ^ tsmi kea jrth pet. nioo, IK ^ 7 ^ f^Q A pub 

To R F.-sc BO. ^ Uy . ^ t^. t f Of. 

# IS *«»8 P"«: fi if^ '''^^ REFLFCT, ^ ^ isai 



yfng fthing. seoen, ^ ^ tsae se^ng. 

RcED, ^ kan. ^ kea ; a To re-embark, ^^ j|^ 



bamboo feed, j^ ^ chuh tsae Id choeo. 

kan ; a pipe, ^ ^ kliong To re-ewact. ^ iC ^ 

bAw,^kwaD,|Kt 9[|^ loo, ^fublelbfileah. 

IS ^^i S '<^> ^RMi^ ; "^^^ re-enter, H^ ^ ^ 




mada uliaba ; a reed mat, ^ To re-establish, S2 

A seTh ked ; reed for blowing, fah lelh, 4^ £ fob che, ff 

jfl seaoQ ; reed gra«s. ~ ^ ^ tsae she. 

tan ling ; a rush, ^ wci, ^ To re-examine,, ^ 

kea, ^ lang ; reeds for divi- ^ tsae cha ylh cba, ^ ^ 

ninjf. ^ kwa ; musical reed, fud cha. 

ifc Mr^ -eaou, t^ y6, |£ Refection, ^^M^ 

die, fiH seaou ; a large reed or i^elb telh tung se, ^ ^ chib 

pipe, ^jfyin ; reed mace. ^^ wuh. 

pv> ; to blow into a rwd, 1^ 'I'^ Refer to, l:{^pe,|[|||^ 

^ ch'huy kwan, wch'huy. kwan shwft : to refer to nature, 

REEfC,|Ck'h^,#|y«n,^ ^'B^rfff W cbi sfng flrh 

^ yen k'he. yftn ; to refer to an author, 31 

To REEK, nJ ^ ch^huh ® y*" sboo ; to refer to an- 

y«n, ib W[ ch'hfih k'he. \ other or higher tribimal, ^ 

Wtm^W-^ ftng seen pa'^n. ^ ^ chuen seang. ||l 

clis cbay ui2e. f^ cbufen paou. f^ ^ ^Ift 



htng win eEan^ poou ; to refer 
to artHlratioo, ^ ^ ^ |^ 
kwei kd Bbin h ; to rafer il to 
Heaven, % ^ ^ ^ &a 
cbe J& t'heeo. 

To BEVINB, i^ le^n, ^ 
Ifto ; to rcfiae human naluri: 
by knowledge, ^ ^ ^ ^ 
^T** *''* ''W"y 'een jin 
sing; do. menB minda by af- 
flictioD, ^ A, J(^ i**n jl" 
sio ; to rtline meiaU, ^^ 
twan i^n ; do. silver, {gj jjj 
tabu ym, 11; ^ liwa y.ii ; lo 
refiae silver aod brine il iu(<> 

^J^^^i T twanlc^u 
ytn laze ohing se ae le^u ; to 
refine or defiBcaie, ^ — >j^ 
U'hiiig yih is'liiiig.ggJ^Ung 
f'^i"?] 9^ ^ ching ts'liing. 

To REFIT, or renew, ^J ^ 
chwang sin, ffi ^ |§: i| 
tsAng flin lsa4 l-^aou ; to fefii 
or repair, ^ |f aew poo, J|l() 
f^ ahow BtiTh, fi^ — ^^ dew 
ylh 8ew, ^ ^ la cbmg ; to 
refitavessel, f^f^ aew chueii . 

Tn REFLECT, lo throw bacft, 

tf^ fa hwuy ; to consider. 
l-aou, ^^ sze sean? 
^Jtszowel, {g ylh, JB] 
Jg liwuy aeaiig, ^ jin, "(^ 
m^en, ^ ;gisze neeii, g ^ 
chuy BKc ; reflect on this, ^ 
Jx Hi t>e^n kclh (ezu : lo re- 



il REP 

fleet OD one'a-Mlf, @ )^ iax< 
fan ; to reflect light, ^ ^ Ian 
cha;>u. [jS chaou ; to poudert 

^ ^ chiD cbd, Q^ S ch& 

ieaog ; if the mirror be brij^ht 
it can reflect things, f^ ^ 

iiang clia:iu wQh ; to refl-^ct 
upon a persou reproachfully, 
^ ft] ke isze. 

Rkflecting, 151 fl^ sin 
sin. 

KKifLi:cTio.v, thou^zlit, J§, 
^s^BStang, j|^» Bin ; reflec- 
lion, as in a oiirror, ^^ oS 
ki:en chaou; without reflrction, 
to jCI^ wo6 sin, J^ Jg, wo6 



RuFLKX influence, ^ |^ 
fan kao. 

To RBFLOW, ^ lEl MW 

hwfly. 

KepLuz, of the tide, ]^ Jj|Q 
I^D chaou. 

To RKPORM, ^ hwa, ■^ 
4^ hwa flhen, ^ ft kan 
I'wi^^hwait.u, l^^ 
^ ^ Kn- g6 Ucen cheu, fijj 
4P fi| IE Ica^ ati^y kwei 
climg, f^ ^ hwiiy kae ; to 
reform one's errprs, CoC iSl 
kao kwo, £^ 1^ kae hwiiy ; to 
reform by ineirucljon, ^ f{j 
keaou hwa, ^ ^ tseen shen, 
Rffl go ; a bad man reforming 
himself, ^ A I'^ S £» }>" 



hwfly t'lidw i allow people to 
leform, |f j^ ^ ^ heu jtn 
tszi sin ; lo reform a person, 

jta. 

RxpoRMBa, ^ -ft A ^ 
k'lieuea hwa jln chay, ^ fj^ 
^ ^ keaou hwa j)a chay. 

To BBFSACi' Llie rayt of 
light, ft S Jte It Chile" 
peenkwangahay. 

Refractor V, f^§||kfii" 
k'heanr, ^^ hari 1<^ ^ 
kins, iRt^ teen kwoii, f^ 
SSpulii.elh,^ w^i, #iS 
pefnylh, ^^ k'haiifr wel, 
$E i^ kwang i^i, ^ i$5; woo 
nylh ■, a refractory tioi w, ^ 
cbe. 

REPRaOABLK, ^51^ 

^ pfien pS tTh la£. 

Rkprain from n|>enkins, 
^ P kin k'hbw, I^ tncen, 
;g; n ki k'how, J^ p kea^ 
k'lriw, ;^ ^fangy«n, "^ 
j^ piih keu ; to r^rrain oneV 
"^f.^ # '"-i ch6, ^ ^ 
ll^j^ taiie che kei:n flhin ; to 
cefraiii from wine, J^ @ keae 
^^W,^ f§ iwan Uhw; to 
nfrain from Just, ^ ^ kea£ 
•tb ; to holdback, ^ jfc kfn 
ch&,Eaitt"06chfe.' 

To REFRESH, With foOd, 

itiftM^s'''!' wiih poo 
leQi ; to r^Riih with joy, ^ 



>2 . REF 

ra JV ^^ ''" y"« i*" •"' ; *o 

refresh with coolue«s, ^ |^ 
che It-an&r. 

Rkfrkshmknt, food, ^ 
« '^ ^ y'" ^''''' "^''e wiih. 

To Kv;hKlOKR*TE, tO COoI, 

^ l^«"g. I|^'^ S leans; 

refrigerated, .^ ^ leang ch6. 

Rbfbigerant niedii.'iiies, 

if itiSisiugjeyo, ^^ 

'"rkv-voe. ^ ^ ;$: 0f 

to pi che 80, '^ # 2 ^ 
'jiiaD sbiit cbe ch'huo, ^ ^ 
^ /Schwan? neth cdech'od, 

ch'lioo. 

RupooitE, 5^ ^ iha6u 
j*"> BSt ^ <! A ^ ^"^^ ehe 
jln, ^ ^ ^ t'ha6u tabw 
chay. 

RKFLLtiRBT.^il^ ^ fa 

kwang teih, ^ ^fft leang, 
g H^ fa mini ^^ kwang 
l««ng,l|5^hwuyyaau, ^ 
tPI tsan Ian, ^ heun, ||^ 
heuen, ^ keaou, ^ ^ chad u 
"•"g. ^ lifl kwwg niliig, ;)^ 
^ kwaitg hwa 

ToREFUND,^^peihw&n; 

to refund money, ^ |^ hw&n 

yin. 

Rrpusal, ^ ^I'huyweL 

To nRFVsE ^ 3^ t'huy 

^. S J^nff. mil t'h»^ we'. 
H aE k'hi tseue, :^ "If pOh 



*v 



v» 



Esa 



loes 



&Ea 



Hl^t'huyk'e5,4i^t'»iwy 
Md, P$ fnh ; to refuse a |)re. 

pWi lien, ^ 5g pnh show,^ 
k'lie, ^ k'eo,^iP^ans k'ed: 
prny do not refuse, ^ ^ ^ 
3^ NinsT weih ke^n k'ed^^ ^ 
^^wan waiig willi k'ed; 
to reftMP a request, j[J §! kV«> 

pQh tso t9ln?; to refuse to see 
Tlsilors, g^ ^ seay k'liTli : to 
refuse perUiiaciously, ^ ||^ 
ko^ szd; to refuse forgivenenH. 
^ ^ pfih shay ; to refuse 
€om|iiiaiice, ^ ne , to refuse 
to receive advice, jfT ?aou ; to 
refuse an office, fff ^ szg 
chlh. 

RFFfTflK. or useless things. 

#fl ffi ^ r|!&f wo6 yung die 
wtlh ; refuse of pounded wheal, 
see* - 

pgen p5 che szd. 
To REPUTe, HJS ^ peen 

^ ^ f)een p5 wo6 tuy, S 
j^ che peen, |p 9S P^^n fuh, 
^ p'heih. ^ II iHien p'heth. 
refuted. {^ % gS |fc ^^^'^ 
yew hwa shwo. 
To REGAIN, ^(^fuh tth, 

M 




tTb ; to regain office, ^ ^ 
k'hae ffih ; to resahi one's 
ran'c, ^ ^ J^ ^ fiih Uh 
yu^n jni. 

To REOALB, y^ ^ sse 
y^"» i^ ^ she shTh. 
Regal, ^ yu fil •&"?• 
To RKGARn, 1^ ko6, J^ 
^ sze moo, f^ selh ; I liave 
long regarded you, ^ jHCj] kev 
yang; to regard wiih patro- 

l^chaoukoi, f|f^ chen, jg 
Ji Lwuy koD, MM^ 
iwuy t'how k'hdn : to regard 
one's siotioii, f^^ ^ ^ cheii 
shin fun; to have resrard to 
corwenience, f^ [g ^J chett 
peen S : to regard with venerea 
tion, i^ffpk'he yang : to regard 
and respect, ^ |g kfog 
oh ling ; to regard the human 
rehiiions, S A '^ cbung jIn 
lun ; to regard kindly, ^ 
king,3^J\ ]gsee,4gleang, 
^ ga^» JES lb she pa ; to re- 
gard wiih condescension, ^ 
1^ ch'huy koo ; to regard with 
affection, ||i leuSn, ^ j^ 
konen leu^n, ^ §^ fun lad, 
^^ SM ^^^^^ koo ; to regard 
with disUke, ^^ hwan ke ; 
regard me, |^ ^^ ko6 gnh ; 
be did not rt^gard his posterity. 

^ M ^ ^ P^^ ^""^ ^■ 
how. 



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SV.A ^ ;/7 . .,. -:,.. • - -^ ^ - : :- i ' —^^^ '^- ^ 

Jf / ', V •;- • ""^^ :* :.-u'r : 'T "t^ :?? *r It 

A- jfi 'X ^^, . ■• . V. f t.-' -^ He ' *^: r -•:.« 

;- . ^ f 5 - r .-.. ^S"^^ '-■■■■■■ 

|>: i*". /• ' ' • :• • ; ' To Rtioro. f5::i »U jjj 

U-Hh |5J^ I..' 10, ^jl 1 >u' I'M-, nf [0 ;^ % it'lib hwur cbe 

W W ••"■' yli //f"ns ijj^ loo 

/f i# f'lii/ r< , I'Hi of ffl|bi»i 5fc K^oiiKT. sorrow \^ 

f^ itiiiM/ I. V}' 'j^ )i''«ii|« KIM rriiiri, ^^^^ mud tv lui ^Vo^ 




^^s.'._. 



EBO 



1065 



REO 



f$^ sin tseoou, ^ ^vevr mii n ; 



do. indignation, <|^ ^ naoii 



To RBout.ATs. 1^3$ sew 

. .^^ le, 5^ tse, ^] tse, ^ t8un,_ 

noo, "j^ 'jg nabu han, "fe | e, ^^ cliS. ^ ke, ^ kfa, ^ 
t'hung haa ; do. pity, ^ iff j kwci, i^ l*" - 1^ le, ^ lieitgn, 
lefeii TClh ; not worthy of regret, ■ g[^ I wan, f|^ sew, ^ clian, 



$1] Che. JK ch.'iig.'l^ ^ 
cl.ii.g tag, iig ch.mn, t^ ^ 
k«\in hiia, |^ 3^ teaoii 14, 
^ V^ c hob ch.V ^ ^j?f ohho > 
ch.V ^ !>«'''• ^ la.n, y^ j|| 
oho lo, ij^ IS '''''>? I.>, ^ Ih'ir. 

fjf shi..ja$0>'" ^'••, iJ 

ij-a.^ ^^ «'J»*J isac. ||j( full, 



^'C JS. 'f^ pfih tsfili selh : 
wliy regret a small expense, 

ff? fn ^J^ i^ ^^ ^^^'* seabii 
hwiiy ; secret regr^^is Ijp hec • 

worthy of regret,lij to*^ *^o serh 

To RKORKT. i^.'^^'^^^ ga*?» 

lian, ^fl| cliiiy liw»iy, fl|[ i,*a* ^^?kj5 '^'^^ i»iic. j-^ mn, 
^ hwuy lln, ]g f)^ ^^i; Bg fuli, JS ^'^^ ftfi ch'hA 
I'linou, 01 1^ gaou laon, ^Hl ^^ kwuh, >^ © <h^ lew, Jif 
Q gabu nabu, ^ tsnn, ^ ^ kew luh. ^ ^ lc<^ keen, 
^ I'han seTh.^^ fan ^ han, I ^ ghth, :|l^ ylh. r|r 1^ diob 
iSi f^ tilling hwuy, t^ seth, I Chang, f;^' lonmi. fj ff,h, f^ 
1^ heae ; to ref ret lo part with, | chin. '^ lun. ^J^ gae, j^ p5, 
I^ \\u ; lo r«crret all one's life, | ^ t2i?jicr. ^yin: to regulate a 
^ Jf" ^^'hungsbin p'aou ! ft.mily, ^ |t ^ tsS kd kea, 
han. ^ ^ ch'ho-S kea ; to regulate 

Rfgulau, ^ ^ t'han jSn, ,i,e life, f^ J^ sew shin ; to 
! "^ king chang. j£ chfng. regulate music, JJj^ ^ che y5 ; 
^ ^' 'ij f»"?- ^^ twan fo regulate, or s. t in order, ^ 
fang, ]^ ts.-^n. |^ 'j^ k-wannr ^|t ehjn paS, :^ ^^ gnan |)ag ; 
fiiHir. j^c'*''*) ylfl t'hun?. xj to roguhite propriety, in ord 
tsTh. ]^ y<"n. ^ le, ^ /It to arrange the rx)urt, {[^ 
che die, ^ ^ l^wei kru. ^ J^ ^ ^ sew le e tsS chaou ; 
^Uiyl5, ^^ is.^shing; to regulate one's-self, © H 
in rejrular crdnr, ^g j|gj tsee isze leu ; to regulate the bridle, 
155, f^ lun, H-, p- : regular ! j^ ^ tsun han ; to regulate 
succession, ^}$C ^ ^^ *'^*^ ^V puniiive enaclmeniSj ]|| 
te ; regular arrangement* ^^ J^ J^ ffll 8«ang e teen hlng ; 
king ke ; regularity, ^ ; to regulat-e a country, |^ ^ 
tsing tsing. I ^ kee pang kw5 ; the officers 






REG 



lOM 



REI 



regulate each other, ^ IS^ pn^, W^f^^'^^^^ ^ P^ 
ij^ f^ kwan sze seang kwei ; ^ p'bwan. ^J |^ saii chod, 

tu legulate ceremonies, St ^! f^ ^^^y 1h ^^^*> ^ S ^^* 
che 6 ; fo fcgulate by the laws, j ^. ^ ^ p*"en k'heii. i^^ fei, 
^ ^ been e, |g fe king fa ; ■ ^^ rhlie, ^| keuen H} chuh, 
to regulate one's feelings, 73 , ^E^ ^'"^ cliod, ^ ^ p»"^ 
iC>ch4 sin; to reunlnte tlie , k he, ^^^ p'hanii k^lieo^fH 
empire, ^^^T P'^S iU «'»»"y k I.eo, ^ ch1ie, ^ 



chd t'heen hea ; to re^ilate 
agricultural afiairs, j^ jjj^ 
king niilb. 

Rkgllation, j^- 1^ fa I06, 
H^^] been ch« |^^ heen 

d| icadn I'e, W |ft cha;ig 
ehlng, ^ (an ; to make a 
new regulation, |^ ^ k'hae 
U V regnlaciona in the army, 
^ ^ ping leiih, ^ ]^ keun 
chfng. 

To RF.nRAR9R, M^ fitnjr? 
B^ shin. ^ shfih f^ yan ; to 
rehearse a hook, gj^ ^ fune 
shoo, g^ ^ PuiifiT slioo, ^ 
^ pof shoo, ^ ;^ pel neen. 

To HKTF.CT. :|U che, pi 
ch6w. :i5 ;!^ Jang chn6. j^ 



chliun?. ^ ch V . :|f p6, :|f| 
hwuv.^wei. ^ kinsr, fl[i{( 

heSn k'be, § che, ^ chow ; 
to reject entirely, ^ ig k'hi 
t^euc ; to reject as too littlo, 
j^H ^ liepn Bhabtr ; do. wittv 

dislike, MMy^ l^'h^' M 

3BE heSn kMi^. T ^ leabtt 
k'heo, ^kliciij to n^jecl re- 
proof, ^ ^ ked keen ; to 
reject benevolence and riglite* 

ousncss, M ^ f^ H ^'^'"y 
t'h^ ji" 4 ; do not reject me, 
^ ^ ^ ^ W06 gnh chow 
he ; to be rejected, ^ ^ keen 
k'he. 

To HKiGx, ^ Wi heang 

_ kw5, 3? wang. ^^ 13 cha 

Iwj. ^ k'he. ^t'hew. ^wel, ! kw5. ^'/^ «^««e chd , to begin 

ha 




^ !:Mv. k'heu, ;g 








lrV:chih,g|J chuS, ;{;^ fanor^ 
^^ keuen k'he, '^ kth. 



to reign, 




^tang 



? wei 



retained 20 years, ^^ 




tso wet (irh shlb nefin. 
Reign of a monarch. 




>6J (^ kowchod, ^^ nj!>f^shfngtae,lgia:shfnqr8he; 
k'heili. ^. Ip p haou k'h*^ W : the reirrning Emperor. ^ ^ 
pSen, ^^ f^ paS pin, ^S i M 'li? ^"g k>n bwang te. 
pin k*he, ^Yf^ti ohxh, p Reins and heart, i(^ 1^ 



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^^ 8111 fiih thin chang; 
the rein of a bridle, 9 QM P® 
fhdw. |g keuen, i|^ pH, i|| 
pe, m^ c'heaoii ; to hold Uie 
»iti«, ^ H ^ chlh ke Ulh. 

Rbih-dker, ^ ^ wan 
yang. 

Rbikforckmfnt, 

yuenpiiig, J^^:^1S^ 

i SHI ping kc die. 

To RRIN8TATB, -^ S^ 

t«ae telh. 

To RFiNviGORAxe yotitb, 
]^f [§] ^ yin hwAy ch*han. 

To RKjoicE, 'St ^ luvan 

ynP, ^ff hin, ^ liin, f^' hir, 
Iwib. gi^ (i.-iou, ^ §1^ lie In, 

_^kw in, ^m 

pwaii In. ^ yen, ^ yu«n, o^ 
r'ban, f^ tliaou. fjt wife heili 
beih ; to rejoice to<?»*fhcr with 

the people, |^ ^ |^) ^ yu 
mill tfing Id ; to rejoice with 
those ivho do rejoice, and weep 
with lho<*e that weep. ^^ yy 

che 16, yew jhi che yew ; to re- 
joice with, fp^ *^ liiii shan?- 
|gl m tfinir 15 ; rejoiced, ^ 
(s'hiin, (^ ^ knoii hiiig. 

To REjoiv, ^nft; to re- 
join, or join again, ^ ^ tcra^ 

■WW* 

To BFTTFRATB, ^ •CU, ^ 

«^^il^^Ji>w fiih, fli tab, 





niW tfth t'hing, 131 chuDgf 
g ^ seth chime, j^ j|l ta 
te« ; to refieat, ^ ^ ch&ng 
fuh ; to reiterate a charge, HT 
^ ling nmgr. ^;^ shiu ming, 
If chnn. K ^^ <an fiih, ^ 
^ py 0^ fin fuh ting nliig , 
to reiterate sayincrs like one 
drunki^aini^^'ungygn 
jo6 tsi'iy ; to reiterate what 
another i^ays. ^^ lOy tunjf ; 
reiterated, ^ fow, ^ fj^ 
leu leii. ^ Jl luy lay, 
Ss S IS ^K chung chfini^ 
t;^e tec ; reiterated words, ^ 
cha clia« 

To RRjrnoE, f^ ^ usai 
shin, ^ ^ full 8htii. 

To RCRiNOLB, ^j^ tami 
'fin. ^ ^ t8«fi shftou. 

Rklapse, Jg^ fow, ^ fab, 
fow. 

To RELAPSi;, ^ keung; 
(o re1ar>se into the 8a me disease, 

P'"?. ^ ^ ^ tsae fa Pinar ; 
to rela|)8e into a fault, p^ 0Q 
tsae fan taify. 

To RELATE, i^8bw5, f^ 

e, ^ chwan, ^ keang, 
8huh, j^ ^ chwan 8bw6 
^ chwan t'he ; to relate old 
stories, fS fft SJC sung^ 
shwd kew 8ze, pf "pp ^ 
keang koo 8Ze ; related, or 
connected together, ^ p|| 






REL 



1U6S 



REL 



nilang kwan : related by htood. mind, j^ j^ fang hwad, 'f^ 
iLlic "'h<n tBelh, ^'il kea ^ '" 

•huh, 1^ ^ tuiig isnh. 

Relating to, ^ ^ he 
•hfih, ^i; h'^ che yu. 

Ri'i.ATios, narration, |1| 
^ ^ tS chwan shwd che 
hwa. 

Rklattoxs of life, 55 f»^ 

jin lun, 3^ j^ .a Ifin. ^ ^^ 
l'h?en seii : relation, ^ sliilh- 
^ Bl ishin shuh, ^ pfj* hf 
foo. 



gy ^ fang b*>oo hwae ; lo 
relax an order. 1^ §{£ fei she . 
to mitigate, ^ ^ Uung 
l^'hwan, ^^ k'hwan meen 
'^ ^k'hwan sho> j lo relax 
one's ardour, ^y ^ shoo 
k'he. 

R KLAXED, ^ ^ <hoo die, 
;^^soo Sling, ^^ BOO 
sunsr. 

Rf.laxatio!«, '^yew, ]5JJ 

^ i\Jl^ fang k'hwan sin. 

Rklay of horses, ^ 




Rp.LATioNSHip, distant, ]]\ sin ma. 



&^Wi ^^'^ ^^ cl^e ts'hin : 
do. n^nr, ^]^ U'hin tselh. 
iti^^ telh ts'hin : the nine 
grades of relationship, ]^ ]|^ 
kew tsiih. 

Relativrs, ^P^ ^ 




TORFLF.ASE. ^ ^ shth 

to release the innocent, ^ ^ 
Sb ^ k'hae shih woo koo ; to 
n^lense from an ohli rntion, ^ 

kwuh juh che tsliin, ^ ^ ^ ^'^^^ *"««") JH ^ >'^^" 

ts'hin fan?; relatives by affini- »»««" i «o se* ^l liberty, |^ ^ 

^y- ^^ Peo"U ts'hin, Jg kcaek'hae. 

^yin is'liin, j^Q^yin tselh- To rrlfnt, to cease from 

M ^ c*ie» ^^S», \^^ Icpn ^''^^^*»- iS» 3^ selh no3, ^ ^ 

hwan ^^is'liiii fgeih, :f^ IE "F ^'^» ^'^"^- ^^ h'^a ; to 

^luhU'hinJl^llueThle, ««'^^'"» ^ fC 'CM^ « juen 

^; ts'hin, jfir ^ heue, mth. ^''^ ^^'^'^'^ • '<> f'*^' com|>assion, 

i^ 1 ts'hin slmh, If ^;^ ^"^ mZ^'f^ ^'^ 

j^keim taechetshin,^^ *^^" <^he sin; relentless,^ 

ts'hin shuh. ^ J^ kru/h 1^ ^ ^ ne^n y"«^n P^^ 
t'fih, 5^1 ^ fP^eTh ken'fi. j ^®>*^- 

ToRKLAxJ&vew g^shp Rf.lmnck. ;g S che 



_^ yew _ 
5ft ^ lana sdnor, ^ ^ 
k'hwan shoo ; to relax the 




wantj, (^ ^ heang wang, Jj 
seang t'hdw ; entire re!i- 




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REL 



lien e 



-^ % 



^S 



•nee, JS^JS^m. cl 
cbe ch<, ^ ^ foo siu, ^g| 
wan wang. 

Rexrcs, of Buddha's body, 
^j^lj^ahayle isze: pagodas 
built over such, -^ ^l] {^ 
sliay le ta ; the RQ^imnisis use 
for relics. ^ !f^ slifng wuh. 
§^ '^ chi'i)^ kwuh. 

Rklict, ^ ^ kwa fo.x 
Rklikf, (nrmy of), 

yuin pin^, )SjJ ^ ^'^^^ |>in_ 
some alleviation,]^^ k'hing \ 
82ay,^$gkeenk1iing. ; 

To KELIKVE, P^ Chm . to i 

relieve poor |)cople, |^ ^ | 
P5 cliin pin inin ; to relieve , 
Uic distressed H^ ^P f^ chin 

H tse kwan, |1|^ >J^ chin 
seilhj^lse; to relieve |>."ople in 
sickness and distress, ^ \ 
^^chin jin tseih k hob ; j 
to support, ^ ^ pang tsoo. j 
Rklikvo. writing in relief, ' 

^ if fe S5 ^^'^^ f^w k'he laA. ! 
Religion, |^ ken^'u, ^, 
Rkeaou mun, P^ S^ nitin 
t'how ; the religion of the Li- 
terati, f^ ^ job keaou ; do. of . 
Buddha, ^ ^ shth kcaou : 
do. of Taou, ^1^ taou keaou ? 
do. of the Mahom^dans, |g] 
gp[ hwfiy keaou ; do. of the 
Romanists, 'J^'^t^ t'heen 
chob keaou , the 3 religions of 



lou 



China, ^ |pj[ "^^ '^^^ 
religion of iraages, ^^seani; 
keaou ; to enter a religion, J^ 
1^ tsin keaou, f^ ^ fdng 
keaou. 

RELiGious^^gll^j^k'ecn 
chm^ teih ; reliitious seel. ^ 
P^ f-i rarm : relii^ious books, ^ 

k>»g: ^ ^ f*^ *^'"g ; religious 
house, jj^ too; religions robes, 
ffi^C *^ ® > religious person, 

# ^E fl"^ »«^^ <a^" ^^^'^ i^ 
-f- sew sze, >p§ fl^ ^ rsn.? 

sow chay ; secret do. (^ j||^ 

5^ ^ y«» '^w taiu chay : re- 

li:ious devotees, open, ^|^ 

^ ^ heen sew taou chay. 

RKLiNarisH, ^ seay, ^ 
chlior^, ;5g ^ she shay, j 
"7^ low Ilea, fjX ~J^ fing hca, 
iJ i; ko hea, ^ m shay 
k'»ie, 5f gg e lew. 

To uELisH, W^ chS, and 
she ; to relish biography, 5^ 
fg^ ^ she sfng heo ; to relish 
a taste, J^ ^ wan we ; to re. 
lish one's words, ^^^ 
we k6 y^n ; to perceive the re- 
lisl., fel^ Che we, ^% 
eo we. 

Relish, ?fc w^, ^ ^^ 

fseu we, 5|C iS ^^ ^^^" ^ 
5^ tsze we ; no relish for 
food, ^i^:^^ cija ISn 
pub sze ; a good relish,])^ ^ 
P habu wef k'iiow. 



REM 



1070 



ftCM 




Reluctant, re|>ugnant, j^ 
^he^n woo; uuwilling, >|^ 
"^ puh gnae. 

To RELY, ^ fjl^ eelinn?. 
^ ^ k'aou Chang, 7^^ ^ 

pln-^r cliaiiir. fSS fix P'"^e. i^ 

fe tselh If ^ : 16. >^ fo», ii«I 
^S 1^ # l<'»»a^ii ch5, f^ 
gp • k'haou,^ ^e k'Imou 
l^l^yang lai, j-^ sl.e^; lo 
rely on one's wealth, f -f ^it 
8he tsaS; do. influence, j^"- ^ 
slie shiS ; to rely on the ahun> 
dance of wealth, f h| ^ -^ T^ 
ping k*he to fszp. : to rely on 
one's meiit, ^ ^ ]?§ chang 
knng iTh ; noihing to rdy on, 
M Wi W ^ woo so leaon 
lae; to rely on Buddha ^j^ 
tseay ffih ; to rely, or depend 
on, '1^ c'he, ^ pei, f^ yin 
i& kcu, ^ g soih yin, f^ 
ke. 

To RRMAiN long, ij§ @ 
2|^v lew, ^ fl gan lew, ;^ 
yen Uw, ^ le ; to nmain 
ordwell^^keutpae,|gite 
jljT p'*^"^'^ without returning, 
lia iS ^ ^ I'liaou fhaou 
pn|ikwci; to remain present, 
^ tsjln tsa<> : to stay, 
^ heS choo, jg @ clfob 
lAw : to remain over and above, 
1^ !^ yfi shfng ; money rs- 
maining, |c|J |g shiog via. 




I Rkmatndbr, fctj ching and 
Modify IXh.^^lyu shing 
^ ^ k^ yQ, % 1^ yew 
shing, ^] "]^ shfng hea. 

Rrmains of a d**cpased 
fierson. in a coffin, ^g j^ Ung 
'c 'W ; the remains of a m^al, 
^ scun, ^ tsan, f)| |^ 
siiiUi/ fan ; the remains of any- 
thing rotten, ]^ ra5. 

To REM AND, call back.^i^ 
[U ^ m'ng fan hwOy laS. 
^ inl^ keaou hwuy la^ ; 

10 remand departed spirits, ^ 

tul^, ^ ^ f"** ^^^"• 
To KKMARK. 1^ 8hw5; a 

remark, ^ nS ^**^^^ ''^^'^ 

Rkmakkabi.k. 5% «j 5^ Ju 
fei fatn, |Ii "i^ « ^'^'^n?. ^ 
^kt^,^ft!i?^ JR knou 
drhuh yu chung, j^ ^ iK 
)f^ ming shinir ch huh chung; 
wonderful, ^ j(jj? shin meanu. 

Remediabi.k, "BT ^ fi(/ 
k1)b e teih, 1^ fJC ^ ^'''^ 
kew teTh. 

Rkmora, S^^ yen lin. 

Rkmkd.lbsr, ^ H '5f 

11 wo5 yd k'hb e. 
Rfmkdy, for a disease, j^ 

HT V^ ^ fa k'hb ch6 pfng ; 
no remedy, ^ ^ wo6 fa ; 
remedy in <»eneral, j^ "^ ^ 
tsze, ^ j^ fang fa, ^ ff 
fa ke : think of a remedy, jj^ 
j^ ^ seang fa tsze. 



&Slt lori RBM 

TOftKWBMitBa, fS ^ 1^^ d«ciding cnuBes, ,'^. ^ {£ m 
chc. ^ boo. ^ ke, gQ iSt '^ y" t'hiiig twan : indolent, 

k£«, p d.i. ^yih, <fg tit;|:«n>a.K^to,flftrhow, 
krang. ^ yin f£ ^ t4 yUi- M K? ''f""* P'h6, IH (s'lioo, 
»« S^ ^G <=''e yii sin, f^ ^ ^"»g i rcmisi and irifling, 
nitog i to retneraber witb vene- ^ ^^ Lae w&n, ^ g^ boo 
ruioD, ^ Se klo k^, £S J(i> yu, OLshen, ^ t'hii ^ remJM 
Ding sio, p^ ^J ^ ^ mtng in the afluirs of gorernment, 
klhyuain; to lemember per- ^ J^^$iaa yilchi'ngsze. 
feetly aod carry out into prae- ToKEHfT, ^^aunyagay. 
^, IfelEiS aft "bah ^Jg k'hwau «ung, j^jg 
Wftrh I'hihing; lo remember ufiog k'hwan, g| ^. ja^u 
aod Ibink ou,J|[,^BZeneen', shoo, ^ kf-iiRn ; to remit the 
lo call to mind, l£ j^^ taxes, ^ Jt^ |^ keuen 
•£&ag k'h&loe. meen ta'^c^nli-nti^r g^^lceiien 

REMBMBfttNci;, ^ ^ ke ^ chang, g| ^ keucn iao6 jio 
oKn, ^JQ> yTh ne6n, ^ ^ j reniil pimishmeiit, ^ ^ 
■eaug De^n, f^ ^tiwaeiieeti. I koo meen, ^^ shay, j& ffi 

ToBEMiND, ^AlEl^iy^* t-uy. JESC y*": WC Si 

she jin ke tlh. \ ihay tsiiy ; (o remit Kn olfeuce, 

RBMis8,;^iaj, ^ i, ^'/W ^ sliay '3"y- to remit 
1^ man e, ^ ban, {ff Si entirely, ^ -^ |J ^aelh 
heai tae, ;^ iiwan, ^ J^ ! yi' bw6 mqeii ; to send back, 
hwah hwiih, J!^^ heae to, i ^ fg) ^ fS l.wfiy la«. 

f''®", ^ S ''""' tseay.l Rf-'MiiTANcr: of money, ^ 
Sf raaa ma^. % man, 1 ® ^r 2l£f^ yi" t"ze la*. 
S ta6 man, ^ ;J shfe ! Rkmnant, ^ keS, ^ leJ, 
letb,j^ ehlh, ^ ahob, ^j^ ^«u yu, ^ ^H yu 
"0|^i/C P"*!^ wa". i^wE,^*""=>??'^i remnant of food 
pe k'baag, ^^ k'hwan j left hy wild beaala,]^ wo, ■ft 
«''*) K£ SI "ung aah. 8fe I ^ ahih yw ; remnant of ailk, 
i'b^m S «hoo hwan, ^M ^ l-^ffi ■?* wan (izfe, tft 
I'oman, g^5|fe tSshc, ^ ^ i ehoo, |^ se ; a remnant of Oic, 
anng sung, ^ ^ hoo sung, JSI tain ; the renuiant of Uie 
]BC W '^"S ^i"K i «mise in ! |>eoiilc, ^ |^ aiin tii'n ; a 
No 



REM 



1072 



^ ^ ^ 




remnant ox f^sidTj- 
uin yd. 

To RRMONSl R ATFj 

kftp. m the, ^ rsang 
poo: (o listen to a remon- 
ftranc^f |^ j^ keen t'lr'ng. 

Remorse, j^ ^ hwoy 
1^"- K tran. iyS, ^ kwei 
bwDT. ^^ f]p t liiin? hwuy ; 
great remorse, :/C M ^ ^ 
ttan han. ^ ^ ihdng k'hob: 
#& ^ ?in tsoaou, ^ iS^ ^ 
i^A^ paon tsaoiirhe sin. 

Rkmote, ^ yaou, |§yen, 

tt iSC y«^ >«^5 5& yu, 

yden. ^ 3|^ yaou yuen, ^^^ 
jg yew yuen . |^ y'"^S ^ 
hea yuen, ^g chang. ^ kwo, 
«oo, Ife leang, » leaou, 
leaou. 1^ nic, j^ m*"en, 
^ lai-^u yuen, |||§ raecn, 
kwang, jj§ ^ chow 
chang, ^ ^ chang yuen. 

aS^^*^-^ *''"• S ^heu 
yu^n, ig heung, ^ hwuh ; 
remote iu the extreme. Jq ff[} 
5^ mo firh nan tuy, ^ 
_^ neaou yuen, ;^ Jff chang 
t'be : remote ages, "^ "jH] koh 
she; remotely separated, ^ 
P^ k'hwang klh. 

To REiMOVR, ^ ^ tseen 

thun, ^ fflp k'hae, ^ S, 
fp t'huy, ^ ^ pwan ^ : to 
remove, to lake away. |||[ch'e, 



[1*5. 







ch-ho If it wo 
chc. 1)1 ^ teaou u«en, ^ 
peen uing ; to remove food, 
01 ch^ chan : to remove 
tiie Uble ^ ^ ch^ selh : to 
remove away, ^ ^ cfaoo 
k'beu ; to remove from one 
place to another. ^ 6. ^ e ; 
to remove an impediment, ^^ 
HI fa jfn, ^ ^k'hedjfn; 
to remove from office, ^ ^ 
mecQ kwan ; to remove one's 
abode. |Q[ ^ pwan ^. ^ se, 
^ || issen .i. HS ^J^ t5 
choo, ^ taung ; the mother of 
Mencius thrice removed, 3g 
fx -^ fjp mang mob snn se ; 
to remove judgments, j^ ^^ 
seaou tsae : to remove one's 
nest, ^ ^ ^ *^ teaou e 
tsaou heuc ; to remove ^o a 
distance, ^ t'helh, ^ ^ 
k wei wel jg yuen, ^ ^ ;^ 
yuen 1^ che, me ; to reniove 
a dwelling, ||( ^ pwan uh; 
to remove an ancestorial tem- 
ple, ^ teaou ; to remove the 
capital, ^ ^ tseen too ; to 
remove calamity out of the 
way, ^ ^ choo tsae. 

RxMOVF.D woman, j^ pwan, 
^ ^S^ yew yue sze 

woo yay. 

To REMOUNT, -^ ^B tsae 
k'fafe. 



REN 



10— 



4 O 



REN 



To REMimxRATis,|j^ paou, 
^keaou,!^ tt (soo paou, 
m ch6w,^ Sg chang hwai« 

paou ying. 

aSang tuy cbe she. 
To REND, :gf chih, ^ 

$1 P'bae, ^ cb'he, ^ tsuy 




25 hwuy. ^ hwuy ; to renri 
the air, ^ ^ij hun? Ic«, 
Id; to rend op^n, ^] pn. 
prth, ^ ^ ta p ho, Jf: ^. 
^ seTh, ^ hwa, ^J hoo. ^ 

K 1^ »^^, in «.e, ^ ^ 8ze 
k'hao.if^ lith ; to rend in pieces, 
^ iili'he kee, ^ )S| chih 
Ian, 5f 5fc cliih tsuy ; to rend 
asander, [•l] po, ^] h5. ^ 
chTh, ^1^ ch'hay, ^ ^ chih 
k'hae ; to rend a victim, |Ht>eTh. 

To RRNDER thanks. ^9n 
ckdv seay ; to render an ac« 
couDtj ^ -^ fuh mtng ; to 
render nugatory. ^ foo, ^ 
^ koo foo : Xo render an ac- 
count of one's proceedings, ]^ 
-^ fan ming ; to give back, 
1^ ^ kelh hwan, ^ ^ fiih 
bwan ; to render familiar, ^ 
^ e selb. 

Rendezvous, ^| ^ ^ 
^J tseih hwuy che so. 

Renegadk, yf ^ pei 
chob : do. from religion, ^ ^ 




pei keaoii. ]^ ^ fan keaou. 
To rekkw, ^ sin. gg 

^^^tlS^^^^^: fP iSf ^^^ ^^"* 
^ ^21 *"•" ^^'^ i ^^ renew the 
heart, ^ 4j^ ^in sin ; to renew 
an attack, ^ ^ fuh chen ; 
to renew one's-self, Q ^ 
tpze sin ; to renew one's youth, 

91 IS! W yin hwuy chhun ; 
lo make anew, ^ ^ sin 
»ew, H ^ Chung sin, |fl& 
$r| fj^ J& tsuiig sin show 
?hih : lo renew day by day, 

jth sin jih jTh sin yew jth sin ; 
ihe heart renewed, ^ fan, i(j> 

i/j {^ sin pe^n tuny yay. 
To renovate, 25f 1^ keA 
kih, ^^ Bk^ Mb k^w 
^ 8in, Fl ^ tsae sin, gjr 

kac sin. 
ToRKNouNCB, ^ i^ keu 
tseue, ^]^ k1ie tseui-, ^ 
M ping tseue ; to refuse, f^ 
^ chuy BZ(^. : to renounce aU 
legiance, ^ ^ pcf pwan ; to 
renounce entirely, ^ twan ; 
lo renounce vain thoughts, ^ 

B^ $ i^ P»ng choo wang 
np^n ; to renounce the world, 
f^ # 8z^ She, ^ itt scay 
8he,|||-tM:I^'hcshe. 

Renc»mn, ^ ^ ming 
»''ing, ^ ^ mmg yQ. 

RbnownkD; family, ]^ |||^ 
5 '^^^ l^*^ shing; to be re- 




')Ei "^ tnr.s^ iiKiati? vjLi sift. 








_ ^^^ ^P«> ^^^ •■PW .M^^ ^■■» 40 

k<K jiL m.^ »■«: ui ^2 w. hwmn X ^ ?* 

tC' feiit iUi fi«lSK- ^ ^ Ma: m l ^ ^ cttki^ ii«i& ^ 

iM ; life uflttn Tent S|^ Q f^ ckimf Mi. ||( «hin, 3^ 

ii«^ Idr ^ "^ j0t kuu ^ JI cbonr »s7h ^ ^^. 5^ 

^ loe van. ^ kMi^ ebon!! ^^ b^? 

KeFMR. IS t:hA m il^ li«*fT ^ ^ SCO Ini^ ^ S 














0: wir I^ 4iCln **''^ •*»^ ^ *'*^5 J*^ rbnnf fit. 
Jl^ ^ k;^' «*» <» Tf^ ^ H inr jj t-t* : ♦© n^m or i» 

y»j : '// f«|«ir *I4 fr«rnM»i«. jW ff,h b»nr. f5 I^ **■" *""^ 

H^K !*«**> «/*. l^/i H^ 3^;|y yi» b5n« : » »'"P«^ 

Ifi l^'A « ftMgll H »^ poo; j, , BKMnred looe. S0I 

<« •'«P*»'*['>^ «'••'>•» M *•»'•• rao? sdor : to repeal on«« 

IB ^» tp <«*. 5 <Jt «••* word., M # cha»« 5*" 
Mlirj H 'l^'; »• "T*"' "» Repeatiko clock. ^ 
iMrk*l. 1^ IP (oAjiUA: to re* j^^^y ^,,„„, 

«kl»» , 1ft IE fe6 jio. ,0 repeal • law, % g^ ^ ft 




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1075 



RBP 



9eaou iiwuy fa too. 

Rkpbated, ^ i1ia, ^ 
klh ; thrice repeat*^d, ^ ^ 
6«o chSne ; repeatedly ^ ^ 

MMi tMe aze, ^ M^ Idy tsz^, 
flf S <»a4 san, ^ ^ Wang 
wing, »^ fah; repeatedly 
declined, ^ S^ iiiy sasg. 

To RKPKL, 5ft w^ *i 'ang, 
Ifil ^' tang ^^^an yfi. 

To prpFNT, pjj fi^ taan 

^isan bwiiy, ^ {^ fan 

''^^y. tS ^ ft" hwiiy, fEI 
^ hway t'how, fl^ ^ hwuy 
6, 10 ^> hwfiy sin, ^ jl^ 
^'bdng hwuy, jS f^ chuy 
hwuy ; to find no place for 
repentance, ^ ^ Jf\ J% 
chuy hwiiy pnh keth : to re- 
pent too late. )l^ i^ j^ ^ 
hwiiy han t'hae che : lo repent 
and be converted, j^ HI S 
^ hwiiy udy fsze sin ; to 
repent of sin, ^ ^ hwuy 
t'liv ; to re|»ent and reform, 
^ ^ hwuy kae, l[|^ kwei : 
to repent anH regret, |e| ^ 
tsz^ h^uy, fH ^ ga6u ladn i 
to repent of faiilfn, ^ ^ 
hwuy kwo, f^^ hwuy tsiiv 
to repent wiih shamei ij^ 
kwei hwiiv ; to repent late, ^^^ 
^ jS^ ^ wan netn hwiiy 
che. 




Repextancf, (bitter,) ^^ 
Pp tliung: hwuy : repentance 

too late, ttl ;^ 4^ S •^^«y 

che pub keth ; feeling of re- 
pentance, f^ 4^ hwiiy sin ; 
after repentance, ^ {^ how 
hwuy ; repentance is the way 
to pi^perity, f^# A=§ 
<Lm hwuy chay juh keih 
che loo. 

RKPKTiTiotf, ^W ^*^^y 
yfen ; endless repetition, ^ |K 
chfiy luy, ^ ^ chfiy keu, ^ 
yen ; a repetition in an author^ 

M^^W cbQngf&hcbe 

y«n, ^n^ ;^ ^ fan fuh che 

j ^^' il W cb&n? eh'hfih, |g 

: ft luy t'nee, |j| {^ ching 

jinv ; a repetition of thunder, 

^ ^ ]^ tseen Ifty chin. 

To tfEPiiTB, ^ yuen, j§ 
hea ; to repine at poverty, ^ 
^ yuen pin ; to repine tit 
Providence,^ 3^ yu(^n fbeeo. 

To REPLACE, ^Mp®» P^> 

^ ^ ch'hung pob. 

To REPLAVT a field, ^ ^ 
sh6 tedn, S S 03 king 
chiing teen 

To REPLEHISH, |£ Iffg^ 

shing mwan ; replenished, 

y^^i S in y^"? mwan, 
^ y ih mwan. 

Replete, ff sWh, ^ 
mwan.% ylng. 

Repletioh, hurts the ani- 





REP 



1076 



KEV 




mal apiriu, "j^ ^ M ^ 
t'hae pobu shane shin. 

To REPLY, ^IS^ gow tiiy. 
M # chdw ta, ^ jay. ^ 
^. la W ['wfiy ySn, ^ 06, 
HP chow, ^ chow ; to replv 
to, HI ch6w, ^ fiih, •§• ^ 
hwuy fuh ; to reply to a letter, 
^^hwfiy yin, (Q^hwOy 
shoo, ^ § ta shoo : to reply 
to government, |Q ^ hwuy 
pin, ^ ^ pin fut ; to reply 
instantly, f$ Q^ ts^*« tsuy. 

REPLY.Jgyinsr.|5}|Wc*^ow 

yen, -^ yini?. ^ jay, l^^'ang, 
ho H ^ yin^ tdy . ^ ta, 
_ ^ yi'ne ta, # ^ tdy ta, 
nfl neen.^ ts'hin. ^ heang; 
reply, (official) Jft [e] p'hh 
hwfiy, ^ Tp p'Ji^ she i do. fa- 
vourable, ^ J^ P'he Chun. 
To REPORT, ^ paou, ^ 
paou sin, ^ ^ chin tsow, 
s tsnw ; to send up a report. 

±ts6w shang, ^ S 
tsan ts'^w, ^ ^ tsan hlh, 
^^ chang tsow ; thi^ afiair 
fs^widt'ly reported, lHi ^ jl| 

^ Wi 7 ^^^^ ^^^ chu^n 
yang k'hae leabu ; it is report- 
ed, ^^ ka^ wan. 

RppoRT, ^^fnngshinir. 
3^ ^ shing Wan, ^ "^ 
shjng yin, ^^ ym wan, ^ 
^ fnn<j: WRn; a good re|)ort, 
^ ^ shen wan, ^ P|| Ifng 



wan; an evil rcjwrt, ^^ 
g5 mUig, ^ ^ ht'.w tnin? ; 
to^ spread a report, >(^ ^ |^ 
^^ poo san lew yen ; lo spread 
a false report, ^ sfe ^ W 
hwan tsaou yaou y^n ; an un- 
founded report, M^Z^ 
wo5 kan chc yu. 

Report, sound, ^ |9( 
heang shing ; report of a gun, 

-^f^^^^Mi^ P »»a6u 
cbe shing k'he. 

Rkposr, I^ che, ^ gnan, 
^ he6n, ^ hwang, ^ ^ 
gnan wan, J^ melh, ^ i^ 
smanning, j^^k'hang ning, 

^^ pins: gnan, -^ ,@, gnan 
selh, ^ ^ gnnn tsing, i|^ 
teen, ^ seth, ^ wiin. ^ g^ 
yen y^n, ^yew, ^ tee, ^ 
ytb,^ tsung, ^^ ?nan 
jSn ; perpetual repose, ^^C 
chang gnan. 

To REPOSE, ^ §jf gndn 
he?, ^ scTh, g^ tan, ||[ ^ 
hee seth : lo re[)08e confidence 
'"> TO l3 seaug si'n. 

To REPOSSESS, ^^^tsae 
tlh. 

To REPREHEND, 



chth, 




ho tfiih, ^ ke, IS k'hcJ^n, 9 
^ kin«r chth, ^t ^ ts&ng 
keen, ffe tseaou, ^] tsze. ^ 

^«^h' W IS *8^e f""g. 





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lorr 



REP 




liod tseaoii, f§ kee, JK; 
king kea^, j^ ^ king tsih, 

Rbprehbnsivb, ^ j( k'b 

To REPRESENT, ^ ^ 



to repress feeling, ^ ^ j^ 
"i°S> m t'b<^ i to repress an- 

fun k'W, jg;^ chlng fiin, 

T E hSi k'he, fS ^ jin 
k'h6, ^ ^ ban no6 ; to re- 



hing yfing, J^ ^ ^ ^ e i P^'^ss wliat is vicious, ^ ^ 
•eangkftyang, to represent a clilng chwa?ig ; to repress dii- 
cliaracter, ^^ chwang pan ; sipatioii, |g ^ chue yin, |g 
to exhibit, j^ g^ chin mlti^, ffc ya fuU, '^ klli, ^K mc ; 
^ ^ kcii cliing, ^ 5^ ^^ repress a smile, -^^hao 



ching ming ; Jo make known J seaou. 

to the emporor, 1^^ tsow ' To rkprieve, 





wan, ^ ^ keu tspw ; res 
pecifully to make known, \ 
i§ kin t'ha, 55; 1^ ki'ng t'lie . 
to represent another, 'f^ X 
^ tae jiri le sze. 

Rfpreskntation^ image, 

Seano y.'uv^: iheatrical 

rcpreser: ration, ^j^* ^ pan Jje, 
^J^yinpan. 

Rkprksentativk, ^ y^ 
t'h^ jin kwan sze 
chay. 

To RFPREss, it -ge die 
cho6, H ^ ya cimo, *| kfn^ 
*|ifc kfn Che, ^ ]g k^hung 
y«, JPti yTh 8un,^chS, 
^ yt»ir f2t gnan, 
» y^h, M ^ te ting, 






yew 

tsny ; to put off punishment, 

%^}% *^ '^^^*'^" fa hceti. 

To REPRIMAND, "SJ" ^ ho 

«9:h, |pf ^ ho tsih. ^ kwci, 

keae, j!^ ^ king tsih, ^ 
8o6, |ZjS isuy, nj;^ TOf le ho, ^ 
ilrf ^^"y y^ > ^^ reprimand se- 

^*^''*^^yi ji£ H y^" ^^^i^- 

To REPRINT, ^ ^J chOng 
k'han, ^ ^J fan klilh, ^ 
Jpp teae yi'n. 

Reprisal, ^^^^ 
e tseang ta tseang. 

To REPROACH, )f; ]^ chTh 
..., . n^a, ;f 1^ chTh juh, ^ ^ 
^j kwei hwny, ^ k'he, ^ 1^ 
""^ kow isze, ^ hwuy, ^^ |*^ 



chin ya, ^ ch'hing, J^'^ ^.P*"g» ^ .^ ^^^^^ ma, 
yTh gnan ; to repress sen- S^ ^^ow ma, \^ 
8ual passions, =H] ^ ho vuh : 
do. irregular desires, f^ f^ 
^tl^kcaog fuh wang sin; J 







A.e le yen juh jin; to re- 
proach to one's face, 
\^ tang meen ma jin 





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RSPROIC . 

ping, SA 



kZM"^ 



llOW 

[ ma jtit 
cIm yu ; free from reproacb, 
^i^llj^jpwod lean wod 
jiUi. 

Repbobatk, 7J^ t'heaou 
gfi, /^ j^ t'lieaou wan. 
, To REpBODiicE, ^fft taaa 
»ang, ^^ aaiig sang. 

ReprooP, direct, "^ ^ 
chib kS&n ; to aJmiiiMler re- 
proof, ^ 1^ kftou kfit-. 

To uKPROvs, ril^ •<■■■■ 'I 
keen, ^€)ie£ telli, 



kw<i keen, =;^ vnn, ;^ i.ii'T, 

^cl,lng,^cl,5, :g(;Affl 

^ kunir jlii kwi'f Bhtli, 4^ 
u«ng, »k»^^^ k™- 
kM>i,ll|8zc.WMil..>^in>, 

poA, 1^ clie, ^ tezB, =fl iKM, 
t keen Uin^, ^ dith, 

^^ kelb, ^ any, ^ |^ telh 
Uiiy, ^J£e '"'' ^^'^ > '■° r^ 
prove vice, jyf ^ g5 kee ; to 
reprove gently, j^ yin : to re. 
prove one's-fleir, p] J| isze 
tath ; to reprove severelyi ^ 
•bin ; to re|>roT« faulia, ^ ^ 
tab kwo, {9e ^ i^ «'>"° ''^ 
kwo ; to reprove riM|)eciruUy, 
Sl^ 1^ kung ke^ii ; a reprov- 
ing minister, ^ ^ UaDg 
to reprove to one's face, 



'S RBP 

cblh, If keS, ^ H keS te. 

Rbpt't.k^ S, thflng, H 
Chung, -^ yueo, T^K^ 
^ hea pa die cb&ng, |^ fj 
^ ^ i'^ '''"3 <^''^ ^'^'^ i ^''^ 
reptile class, ^ ^ cbQng 

|)0.i. 

REPV3L.c,a^:t ift 

]^ ktiii'i ki'in<; die chiii^ di6, 
diiiiiy; dn'ng die che kwft. 

''liAy k'he, 9||flB k'be tseuu, 
liw ff^ ivaa laaue ; to rcptidj- 
aie a wife, qJ §^ cirhfib tse, 
^^hewise, ^^ t'huy 
i^'liiit ; do. by eate, ^ ^ 
iiiRti lae, 

Rkpuon-ani'. relucrant, ^ 
I^T^puI. clm.)g i,^M 
^^Cub yuJn e telli, ^ 

potiiie, ^^ Bcangfaa, ^ 
^ Bt-ang tuy ; diBobedient, 
^ iSfc pel nylh, ^ S3£ w«». 
nylh ; repugnant to reason, [@( 
IS it ^ twan wod uzi Ifc, 
fi ^ iHl S k'I.e yew tBZ^ 

fin. # ^ 3 p«^ yft t^' *^ 

To RP.PUL«K, JW si ^ 

keu chah, i@| M ''^ ^^^> 



EEQ, 



iu7y 



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^ ^ jen k'heii, ^k gf jen kliew^ ts.Dg, ^ ^ yang 
chub ; to beat back, 4^ 10 ta ; niei, fs 6 ; to retiuest an audi- 
hwfty. , eiice, ||f ^^ ts'hing o ; to re- 

Reputable, -^-^ aJpHv' quest a [)erson to do some- 
yew ming sliing leih, ^ |§ I thing, '/^ ^ mei to ; to request 

leave to retire on furlough, "^ 
jg kaou kea, ^l^pm kea ; 
to request a public subscription, 
^ j^ moo y udn, ^ ffj moo 
hwa ; to request leave to retire, 
^1^ pm taze ; to request 
the Imperial will, g^ f^ ts'iug 
che J to request a person to 
come,:^ A JCyfO^ j*^" 1^- 
RfiauKST, B^ JJt ^ y *'® 
k'hew che sze ; an earnest re- 
quest, ^ ^fc k'haii k'hew ; to 
grant a request, J^ Bff JfC 
chun BO k'hew j to obtain by 
request, 5J^ @ k'hSw tth. 
To RBaxjiRE or need, f 



[5j ^ >ew t he me^n telh. 

Reputation,^ f^ ming 
ts'k^, 19 @ t'he nicen, ^ ^ 
muig shing j to disregard do. 
7 m '^ pub koo ming ; 
good reputation, ^ ^ hing 

fa^g, ft§t le^u, ^ ^ ^ 
haou ming shing ; to sacrifice 

^^- ^ 1^ ^^v lefen ; to lose 

do- :5fe S ® shih t'he meen ; 

reputation of a family, P^ JS^ 

mun fung j reputation for be- 

ncvolence, fll ^ jin wan ; 

to injure the reputation of 

others, ^\ ^ ^hwa^ 

jin ming shing ; repuUtion and 

advantage go together, ^ ^ i seu, ^ seu ; to recjuire of, 

i^ fuming le pmg hing ; no j ^ % l^i Hng, ^ tsih, ^ 

reputation, ^ j|| woo yen; tseu, ^ t'habu ; lo require or 








injurious to reputation, ^ |^ 

Bhang lefen, & ^ g^ jaoii 

p'ho Ic^n ; an indilTerent repu- t'habu so, 

^**on, -^ @ ^ '^ ming ! largesses. 



demand, ^ ^ wan yaou, 
t'habu yaou, W^ 
yaou ; to require 
1^ tsTh loo ; to 
shing piih chang; to regard , require urgently, iHi^tduy 
one's reputauon g[ 21 tsze ! t'habu. 

<^Wng, ^ ^'5t koo liienl REauisiTE^^^ ^ yaou 
ch'hfe. j k^n, »>6 pelfh, '^^eu, ^ 

To REQUEST, ^ k'hew, ' seu yaou, •jfc ^^ peth seu. 
^ ^ fung ts'hing, JUj* ^ ke j yao"; f>^ M ifit ^ woo seu, 
k'hew, p^jj ^ yang k'hew iP^Th yiiou ; ihcic are 5 im- 





1^ 



wan yuuu, 



5^ keih P^^'"^^^^^^ rcqui^itcrf in juiliuuy 
Go 



RES 



K'y> 



RES 



afTairs, ^^^CM^S 
keun 8z6 ta yaou yew woo. 

RzauisiTiox, of a magis- 
^ate, P§ ^ying kcaou. 

Requital,^ paou. 

ToREatiTK. ^r paou. fflfl 
^^chow ta. ^ ^ pa^^ii full ; 
to requite favours,^ |g^ paou 
^n ; to requite one's parentK. 
Sf^ 7|C paou pun. 

Rerewaed, ^^ £p. how 
keuo. 

To RESCUE, ^ ^ching 
k<w,^ching, ^ ^chow 
P8, ft hwan, ^ it keae 
k^w, Sfr k£w, ^ W kew 
hwfin, ^[ ^5 kew cliing, ^ 
iff kew taa, ^ tsin, _ 
ching, ^ 33 kiw ch'hub, ^ 

chin, J^ wo, ^^ kew pa; 
to rescue from fire and water, | 
^^;^ inching yd shwuy 
bo ; to rescue from difficulties, : 
^ ^ k4w nan ; to rescue | 
from vice, pi J^IC ^ Sj 
k'hwang kew kd g5. 

Research ^g sow, ^ 

S kew tsa, ^it |!5 ^'^^ ^^"j 
^ kew wan, ^ ^ cha 
Ua. 

Resemblance, J[^ ^ 
hing seang, ^ king, j;{;J ^ 

r* '""g; ^ f^ y'Og eeang, 
^ ^ ^ hwa tih seeing. 

To RESEMnLE, J^ fJ^ SCUOU j 





sz^. \% :;cang, ^ ^ fang 
f^h. it ftt seang sze,ffl^ 

sear. J seaou. 

Resembling. TO^**^^"^ 
fe. ifi i^Jang fuh, ^ H 
fang fuh, f^gae. t)^hwuy.|^ 

Si* ^ ^ ^'^"^ ^''' ^ ^^"^' 

reeeinbiing i:. form. ^ ^ 
eeangh'ng; resembling one's 
father, ^ ^ ;seaou fo6 : not 
resemblingr^ therefore degencr - 
iite, ^ ^ pi-,h seaou. 

To resent, ^ f^ tseih 
yuen:totakeiIl,igf|Il^kwae 

Resentment, J§t -j;^ fun 
^»an, ^ heuen, ^ ^ li;n 

^^^'^^ :S ^ hin twan, f/JL 
kew, if^ nabu, ^ tfih, ^ 

^'•^"^iP '/H yuen ban, J^ 
lew,Jgiew,^g;yuenk'h^, 
^^ ]^"abu no6> jg ^ nabu 
han, ^ '[^ yuen chang . to 
cherish resentment, ^ ^ 
p'haou yuen ; to stir up rcsent- 

^'^^ ^M ^ taou k'he, ^ 
^ sang k'he ; deeply [)enc- 
trated with resentment, ^^ ^ 

^ "^ y"^** j^'^ kwuh suy ; 

to manifest resentment, ^ ij;^ 

fa han, ^^ ^ fa noo. 
Reservation, (with mental,) 
^ ^ ^^ meen :rlic sin 

fei. 




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ven 



To RE8BRVE, ^ f^ tdun 
l£w, ^ ^ show chob, ;^ 
J^ fang hea ; without reserve, 
— * ^ yth k'hae, ^ ^ wod 
fei, ^ rf5 ^ 5i kee urh 
pah wet. 

Reserved, *ffi ^ cliin 
beuea ; austere, ^ ^ 
kin ; taciiurn, ^ ?||J kiieii mTh, 

Reskrvoir, i^ thong, :j^ 
wo, l^choo : a reservoir on a 
hil'i ^ nc, ^ ^ ^ show 
shwuy k'hew. 

To RESIDE, ^ ^ ken 
choo, ^ J§ kf^u ch'hoo, ^/f^ 
^ hei- choo, ^ keu, ^ @ 
ch'hoo lew, ^ ^ yu tsae, 
^ ^keu tsae, ^"j? yii hea. 

Residence, ^ ^ hea 
'^» w B& keu ch'ho6, ig 
k^ng, ^ B'f <^'*o6 sb, ^ 
yu ch'hoo, ^ ^ y?i so, __ 
^hlh, ^ M — Sff fang uh 
yth so, ^ p}| keu sb, ^ Isth, 
^^knnc^shth, ^ ^ t^ 
tsth ; what is your residence ? 
•^ :^ kwef king ; my resi- 
dence, (fijt ^ P® king; the 
residence of the emperor, ^ 
•^ f^ t'heen tsze yay ; teni- 
porary placg of residence, 

^ choo 80, Sil R)f yu 8^- 

Residue, ^ ling, ^^ 
ling tsuy. j^ ^ tsin wej 
ya,')ll^tsinyu. 







To RESIGN, f{( ^ hew 
che ,to resign an office, ^"f* 
chc sze, ^ ^ kwei te^n, -^ 
qg^ hew chTh ; do. in favour of 
another, jffi chcn, ^ shcn, 
Ijg shcn, pf i^ seay chiog ; 
to resign office and retire, f^ 
'ii' ^ S keafe kwan kwei 1^ ; 
lie resigned the empire, jjg |Jj^ 
^ "P shen ^ t'heen hea ; to 
resign the throne, |^^ t'hiiy 
wpf ; 10 compel to resign, 1^ 
"Pfl Ifh hew ; to resign one's 
right, ^g Jang. 

R Es I G N E D , IpiJ BM ^'l^eS fiih: 
yielding, ^ Ig e suy. 

Rksin, ^ieang.^e,:^ 
^ sung heang, ^ ^ job 
heang ; a resia exuding from 
wood, 7f^ 3P miih keaou ; the 
rosinous matter of trees, ^^ 
Jg shoo che. 

To RESIST, Jfif j^ 1^ tang, 
'angchoo, ^ ^ han 
y"m^ k'hang nyih, ^ 
xSS wet nylh, ^ ^ k'hang 
kpu,;fgkeu,llgkeu,jg keiJ, 
^fig wei keii, ^ yu, '^ 
pabu, 3Cche, ^ chow, 

yi\ ^^ woo wei, 155 
nyth go : to resist paying the 
taxes, ^3^ k'hang leang; to 
resist an attack, ^ ^ k'hansr 
ch'^ ; to resist obstinately, ^^ 
^ wet yaou ; to resist reproof, 
^g^keii keen ; the few can* 






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10S2 



RES 



not resipi >iic many, ^!^ j|jjj 
>^ kwa piih teih chung. 

To RE^^0LVE, j3C iCl^ I'-ih 

8»n, 35c ^ I*^Jli e, il JS "^^^^^ 
che, ^f^imire, ^J\:i>tfng 

si"i E IE 1& l»»g chob e, 
^[^^ she e : to r^^polve donbts, 
fS ^ keae ^, ^ ^ sh!h e : 
to resolve difliculties. jfff^E 
keafe nan : resolved, ^ kin, 
gij lew, :5| kb- 

Resolutk, 3^ 3fJ| mang 
lee, ^ k^heo, ^ j^ ^img 
kan, 7(^ OS ta tan ; resolute 
endurance, ^ ^k k^-en jin ; 
resolutely chaste, ^ ^ keen 
cbfn^ : r^'solutely reform, ^^ 
5S^S&^J^nkaikw6. 

Rfsolt'tion, ^f^ chih 
sfojf. :|p :}$ tsaou ch«. J^^ 
Che e, igij |g kang c, ft a5 
chwnnrr sin: no resolution, 
fflE jjp \vo*i rhp : firm r<»PoIu- 
lion, J(i^7j>!^^ sill che 
keen p'mz. 

REsop'r. Cnlnrc of) 
Iseu lo, "J\ 5g^ hr-d lo : place 

of refucre, M I^^M ^ 
shin che rh'hoo : place of great 
resort, ^M^l^ ^abu j5 
che ch^hoo. 

To RESORT to violence, ^J 
4a t-ung ts'hoo ; to go fre- 
quently, ^ ^ chang Wang, 
§ ^ wang lag. 

To RESOUND, ^ ^ shing 








heang, j^ ^ habu hcang, 
W 3t? heang tlh habu. 

ResorxDixG, ^ § ^^ 
yew h^'ang tolh. 

Resource, help, ^ B^ 

pansr isoo ; no resource, ^^ 

Of^'^wod khb nae h5, 

Vx ^ fJ^T i"^h nae ho, ;^^ 

^Ejpuhtlhe,||^keung 

too. 

To respect, $^king,i^^ 

k:'ng kunir, 2j? ^ kung kfns^. 

ft Piiiji tsun, IfiK chfe, jP 

chuh, f;§| ke. ^ k'hin, "j^ lin. 

^ siih. ^ sung, »|^ teih. 

I^"®' ^^siihking, ^ 

kme chiinfT. jj^ "^f sow kfng, 

Isung. OT^kingtsung, »[^ 
k'ho. t^k'ho, ^jC seTh. *| 
ke. Z^ T^ vuAn k"h5. ^ nan, 
§^ leth, f^ tseuen. 5n^ (seo, 
ft chth, JH keen, g)f kin ; 
to ro'pert paper with writ ins? 

on it, ^ TiK 1^»'"^ ^h'* • ^^ 
respect the laws, f ff §^ te 

peth ; to rcsspect virtue. ^^ 
I eunor iTh ; respect towards elder 
hrethren, »[^ t^ ; to respect the 
^S^^, m,/^ king labu ; respect 
this, ^ jlfe k'hin Uze ; epithet 
of respect, j^ ^ tsun rh-iufi ; 
to pay respects to, p^ i^ ^^'''^ 

fn ^ tth lae ts'hing gnan, 
™ ^ wan gnan ; to send 



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1083 



RES 



respects to, ^Sfc ^ che wan : 
with respect to, ^ jjf^ die yu, 
ib^peya. 

Respectful, ^ chiili, 
k'een, ^ k'c^n, 






=-i«ir • 






RESPECTAniLfTY, |§ ^ 

t'be meen ; no reepectability, 
^ m woo Che ; injurious to 
the respectabilffy of the coun* 

^ry, MMMW: shang ya 



k'he^n kin, ^ kew, ^ km, I kwo t'hjj. 

UC kinff, ^ ^ kmg km, f^ I Respectixo, ^ J5[ Idn 

king, ^ »|^ km k«. }g ge-g, keth, l:b hF I* kan, ^ J^ 

ffij spnn, •fil shfn, ^sow,^| ch^ I*- 

yin, H 1^ y^n k(ng, j^ han. I Resptctively, ^ i|g 

.^ ^ flS -^ow, ^ king, ^J^i hod seang. 

ken. -j^ Jgshuhshuh. 5^5g^| Respiration. I^^ch'uin 

^ cliTh chth j^n. H ^ mnh ^h^, 0^^ ^ ;^ ^ hoo keth 

ninh, JE tsah. ^ teen, 



kh^, 0^ Jg ;t i 

che k'he* 
y«h viih. ^^ ySn yth, To respire, ^^ t'h6w 
>|i A!> 3!l ^ seabu sin yth ^'M, ffi ^ ch'hiih k1i«. 
^•''- M M ^^^ 8uh, lU yin» Respite, ^'^y ig|| chS 

8^ S@ ««""^ ^»«^' ^ te«» ® ' '^^^^ ' ^^' ^ Wi^ «nan heS ; 
Ig- cha« kfn^ : respectful in- I without any respite, ^ j^ 
tention ^ M Bung ^, Jf ■ ^o^ ting. 
yiiAn, (1^ iff n^n wod. a Bud- ' REspx^NDEirr.Ht han 
Hhiflt TTord,) ^ shuh, ^ kin, '*^"^'^>K5^'^» ^ ^^'°f > 
:§j|;]g km? klieAn: respectful y^"' ^ ® kwansr ya6u, ^^^ 
•lemeanour. g ^ ^W {ft, sTh y^^, JS .^^J, .^ il cha6u 
pei jod v^v: respectful and y^"» ^ Ifl jun? lan£: re- 
humble.^ ilkiinek'heen: splendent virtue, f^ 11^ htli 






respectfully received, ^ 
k'hin funi^: the manairers of 
afiairfnt m"?** be resnectfnlly at- 
tentive. $ft ^ -W f^ chTli 
sze yew k^ : f^fpectfully com- 
plaisant, ^ ^1 tsun e. 

Rfspectable. ^ fg 35 
yew t'hfe meen. ^ ^ ^ yew 



heuen, ^ |g shwang tth. 

To RESPOND, HH chdw, ^ 
«• ^ IfS heang yfng, ftJ hd, 
IS ^ y»ng n6, "^ chow, |^ 
tuv, ^ yae, Jg ying, ^ ta, 
^p ying ; to respond in sing- 
ing. ^ ^ ch'hang hd. 

Response, ^ >gl hoo ta ; 



minjr sth, ^ H^ ^ yfew Iftn : jj]^ '^»^^^ ^^ ^ ^^"g^ "^ ^^ 

1 5 TO 5pi shing seang ho. 



me«n. 



RE3 1 

To B^ nEfPONSiBLE for, 
^ tan, ^ IsTh ; they must 
be held responsible, ^^ ^ 
^ ^ P^ }'■> wel wan ; &D im- 
portant and responsible situa- 
tion, ^ S ^ ^ J"'" chdug 
tslh la. I 

Rest, ^ (It 5"*" (t&h.l 
2 ^ ping gnan, ^ w^nj 
^yen, if yew, -gfe ylh, 6^ 
ga«,^yerv^t8ing,|J_cJ^ 
^gnan, ^ h^ing. |fg 
k'hang ning, ^ meih^ g 

gnan tfng, ^ yen, j]t che,^ 
ch'he, ^ f JE gnan hEfi ; eter- 
nal rest, ^ ^chanst enan : 
to go to rest, ^^ gn6, ^fC ^ 
hew seTh, jp^ inei ; as to the 
"«t.K^k4yil,^j&^^ 
^ ch^ y(i k« ya : set this 
aflair to rest, ^^ jl^P 
tain hd tsze sze. . 

To REST, :|^ Be, ^ k«, ^ 
ke, ^ ,^ tsin? seTli, ^ ke, 

.elli, (sis pe, JS hew, H .SS. 
P'BS, -flC -g- h.w .l,ay, ^ 
^9 Ise ch& ; to rest peacefully, 
f^ n^ laoA Enan ; it rests 
with me, ^ ^ Isan gno ; to 
rest the hand on, ^ gnan ; 
very little rest, ^ ^ shabu 
shay ; when the mind is al 
rest there is joy, iCJ 'f^ g| 
ff^ sin yfii iBlh 10 ; to r^st in, 



i it che, :^ gnan, ^ meih ; 
; to rest from Inbonr, ^ JC 
' sbutt kung, ^ HI pa kung, 
I ^ X heS kung, ^ ^JC gnan 
hec ; to real on a journey, ^ 
^ shwiiy kea ; (o rest a little, 
^ — IJC hee yth hij« ; to rest 
satisfied with one's station, ^|^ 
^ gnan fan ; to rest as in 
sleep, H^ tsin; to lesl on, ^ 
ping. 

Rrst-bahrow, a plant, 

RBSTrNG-PLACR, ^^ SSh^ 

"M t"°. ffi #^ ^ '« «hin 
che BO, iyZ tsze, ^ ^ choo 
ch'ho6. 

Restive, contumacious,^ 
tBk'ang nyih, ^M k'ang 
yu^n ; a restive horse that 
throws its rider, ^^;^;^ 
fang kea che ma. 

Rrstlkss, ^ t'heaou,^'* 
5P puh gnan, ^ yun»; a 
restless disposition, I^TR xj* 
WJ afnC tstng babu liing, /tj> 
^ 2p sin pah ping ii^i^^ 
sin piih gan, j^? ^ ^ain puh 
tslDg; a restless eye, ^ S^ 
heiien nii-'gn ; a restless person, 
^i)!|5;^_\pa6u tsaoH chejin 

Rk3TITUTI0», ^ ^^ 
^p pei pob che sze. 

■^Vi^"""' ® ""■■ ® 

pei, $E Ib! wan hwfiy : to rc- 
sfore or give back, jg hwan. 



r 



1C&3 



EES 




piog 



kmaa hwin ; do. to bring 
iMck, ^ S ffib bwiD; to 
™^ good, $^ ^ te bwin, 
pggipeichaog; to be restored 
to beftltby ^TC foh jo^ ; do. 
to prosperity, ^ ^ (i&h hin^ : 
to restore to life, ^ )$ t$ 
^kew bwd cbueD la^, ^ 
as fab sang, f^soo: to restore 
an exiled prince, ^^^fubkeun. 
Restored to health, 

i: pfne job, 11 ^ . ^ 

tEcvin,fj^ jh: ftjIC leang job 
ToassTKAirv, ^ soh, ^.^ 

^y5 •fih, R yi, f^ i& 

ylb lib, 1^ ^ keu sub, ^ 
^g keu kwan. j^ yuen, ^ 

Jfc y« che, ^ t«^n, fj^ wei, 
f^ sIm ; fo resiraio by vio- 
lence, ^ ^ iTh 1-h : fo re- 
strain the people, §lp ^ tan 
ya, ^^kwan hea : to re- 
strain the prince, ^ ^ heuh 
keaen ; to refraim one's- self, 
H e, ching W, © ^ 
tsze ch«, gj 'Sp tsze show. 
^^ tsaou chd ; do. others. 
_^ gac ; to restrain within due 
ix>und8,^|0 t8untsee,^fh 
kio che ; to restrain one's anger 
-^ 3S han no6, 3^ 3^ 6 no6 :' 
lo restrain one's tears, ^ J^ 
han lay ; to keep back, ^ ke, 
48t keen, ^ ^ keu suh, ff 
^^"^j H ^ ^wan Buh ; to re- 





strain one's excesses, ]|^ ^ 
^ Sob ke kwd. 

To RESTRICT, i^cha, ^ 

has cbc, {H cbing, ^ bee, 

^beS, ^ been, ffc ^ bew 

^^M ke, 3? « k^y«' 

^ keen, ^ |g kS^n sQh. |^ 
^ kftn sfibjif kin, H |^ 
ke pwan, f^ W^ub Isiib, flF 
ya. ts^w, ^K ^'^ been. 

Rkstrictkd, -^^ k5I •*'*S 
y5,fiah,j^^iihtsub,|g^ 
tsnn : restricted by rule,^ ]^ 
bee too : restricted to time, K^ 
i\^ H ^ been te'Ji jib tsze, 
EfcB IBhe^njtbkg 

Restriction, ^ g|^ been 
too ; resirirtions and regula- 
tions, 1^ ^ chintz fa. 

R*^»?i^T, ^ ^ kwan b6, 
•^ -^ kan he, ^ j ^ kwei 
kS«, # ^ fe lo, i S kwei 
ItJ, » M <^^'hiih t'hdw, ^ 
kb, ;^^ k6 sbTb, ^ tselh, 
^ 1^ heaou neeo, ^ |^ 
yi'Dg neeo ; consequences, f^ 
^ keg kli, J|jt +^ sIjow seaou; 
termination, ^ ^ <1 ^ 
wan kee che sze. 

To RESUME, ^ fp yew 
is^^ X fir y^w htng, |3§ ^ 
^ ^ tsung sin fSh hing. 

To RESUSCITATE, |^ SOO 

^ JB ^ ^XX"^ ^^ 

hwu : to revive, WB^fiih sin 
Resurrection, SYn ^'^ 



RET 



Viy^ 



RET 






fah Eau? ^ K 35 6^ } .:w 

fab hwo k he Ia> 

Tl. retail W^W ^'"? 
teiiy mae, ^ /^ ^ ]^ »^^ 
seabu sk:iz c ; retail arti- 
cle?, ]^ ^^ !:;li chinz tan : 
retail trade, ^p ^±= 
ling sing mac mae, ^J^ 
Eeabu ma'^ mae. 

To RTTTAiy. )|^ ^ siiow 
lew ; to re lain a sense >. : i-i- 
voure. ^ jpjj han ke5 ; Ij it:- 
tain or detain. ]§ "J^ lc;W Iiea? 
@ '^ l':W clij.j : 10 retain a 
visitor, ^ ^ i.w k'liVn : to 
keep ia ohe's pay. ^ />^ ^ 
^ Ir.v jin we; yiii»z ; a rciaiu- 
cr, f^ gf iio ii^2. 

To RETAKE, 3 ^ tsae 
liwo ; to reiiiliatc an injury. 
^ is paou yuui, 3^ ^ 
paou chow. 

To RETARD, ^ j^ che 

hwan,^^che3eD,Sg^ 
yen hwan ; to hinder, ^ ffH. 
Ian tsoo ; to be retarded, tgl 
chen, ^^ tun clien. 

To RETCH, ^ wa, K|jg n^ 
gow yth, tff\ yung, ^ S^ 
chunjr yung; the noise of rctch- 
ing, 1^ hwTh ; a desire to 
vomit, :g^ Ut yuh t'hob. 

Rrtektive nieniory. jtt* 
iE l£ liabu ke sing. 



Retime. J^ g£ <^ A^ 
liaL SUV ^hejiii^^^ A 

hov i=j:ig cLej.n.^^/^^iiOK 



\n. 



Tor.}.: RE. ^ ^hwiiy 
I- m >^S to sben. |g ^ 
'^ :"^ ^-^ urun.ll, tiiy; 

|:ew cbr : Xj retire one &lep, 

is, — 3J t'lTV y!b poo, 5 

fa. 




i ll '^ V 






t J;: y ifyw y h j-dj : toreiire on 
ruilo:^!] 'lo r.-L^ucst leave^.*^ 
.,^ ::at u kta ; to retire from 
ijuiicc, ^g J^ ^ pe she fei ; 
to retire into obscurity, ^ ^ 
yin peih ; to retire from service, 
1^ 35E hea pan. 
RETiKrD.S/jrarh, (^peen, 

W P»»g- 5# ill tan IX), ]g 
' ^1 ^ 3^", ^ ^ yew tsing, 

ffil ^ y^^' litcn, ^ ^ seTh 

sbin 




mo ; retired room, j^ ^^ « 

! fang ; dwelling alone, ||3 

I tuh keu ; a retired life, ^ ^^ 

so ken, ^ ^ yaou t'heaou, 

^ yew ; a retired chamber .J^ 

shin tsTh. ® kow ; retired 




apartments, ^ ^ been keu, 
'/^ @^ shin kwei ; a retired 



place, jig low, g ^ uh low, 
^ shin ; the sun shining in 
a retired place, (compared to 
the mind of a good man,) [^ 
^ fffif :^ gan jen urh jth 
chang ; retired scholar, J^ 




KBT 



losr 



RET 




■fc fin ylb che ■!<, 
^^ _ ]^ •■<, JPI Jb Iteu ts^, 

jjl # boA sing, |g db yih 

ylh ; a retired female, f^ tsing, 
9 ^ i'"' "^*' ^ * ^ 

X 9I iQ "y^ ^^ p^^ w&ng 

UUig jiy -, retired and on- 



Qjl: #1 kab kuog, gjii (II ^ 
kt^ k'bbw kung. 

Retractiojj, fife tl ;^ 

' ka^ khbw che yh, jg pj 

_ ^ fan k'hbw che shwa, 

£^ ^ d^ j^ ta6u kwan telh 
hwi. 




ttfttileyed peo|de, ^f^ yih ' t'^i^y> 1^ P'hun. 

mto; retired among the hilb, RitRBAT, ^ |^ hwAy 

nifefinBiAh. |I«A- 

tWy. a«<n, m fhiSy ; ^"^^ fg «J«^«r: ^^koo, ^ 

iaH into concealment, @| §| ' KC f1 k'luieu yd. 

1m6Ii6; retiring from officei RrrKBNciiMUNT, ^ |^ 



oil the death of a parent, for 3 



k'bisen yA. 

y^ng> ^ # paou ti ; retribu. 



*«"»«. Ml Ifi y"» c'hoA ; to I ^n (principles of), jSJ j|g ;g2 
dwell in retireiirent, }^^ \^ ^'^ y'"? ^^e 1^ ; treatise 
yfcw keu. I on retribution, St IB JS5 tan 

TpaBTORT, ^ i^ chow y^"? ?'*•" ; manifeet reiribu. 
^ Bl^ chow pa6u, f^ P ! lion, 6^ UM^ ming ng^n 
WW k'hbw, ^ ;g: pn<5u ti,\^^^ !«6u,g§l|^yanjf pa<u. 

'^^ R Ift fa" waft, K i "^^ '^^''"»N' aS ^ ft»» 
iniSiMfintabupw&aw5n;'jJj^ R M ^1 cf»'ba6u, 
to retort in argument, ^ ^ ^vS Pwan hw4n, ^ (eeuen, 
lH $i fin tabu pg^n pd. j j4 «> S fhdy, |g seuen, |^ 

To RETRACT, ]^ f^ fin 1 5»°> fi |BI 'ao ^w«jy. ^ fan, 
hwdy ; to retract one's words, ^ ^ 39S fiih \t^y W^ S|^ fBh 
^ ^ shTh ygn, R PT fin | »«». ^ fung, ^ |3 bw4a 
k'hbw, ^ 14 ka^ k'bbw ; ^wuy ; to return to, f|| kwei ; 



deddedly I will not retract 
2nt7 J^ W keu8 pfih shih 
yfin ; to retract a confettion, 



to return to right principles, 

W M ^^^^ ^> 81 dt ^^^ 

chtng ; to return, or bring back, 
PP 



REV 



10S8 



REV 



■fe |g| natwuy ; to return, to 

give baGk, ^ I§] ®^"S^"Zt.' 
to retara a present, ^ gD 
pelh sSay ; to return a pledge, 
mi chow, S^ tsoo ; a guest 
returning the pledge of his 
hoot, si t86 ; to retiini tofor- 

mer habiu, ^ ^ € M ^ 
fah kiw kwel ; to return some 
recompense to heaven, 5gp /^ 
5* 5^ fan che yu t'heen ; to 
return answer, ^ filh, ^ ^ 
chow ta ; to return a visit, jg 
^hwan pa^, M ^ hwuy 
pa6 ; to return to the dust, |^ 
jfc kwei t'hob ; to return back, 
g fEl fan hwfly, ^ hwae . 
to return home, {§1 ^ hwfiy 
kea,|^^kweikea, J5| ^ 
scuen heang ; to return to the 
world, ^ f^ hwan siih ; to 
return thanks, ^ |^ e^ay 
iman, ^ ^ ta seay , ^ chuy, 
^ ^ ciiow seay ; to return 
to one's native village, ^ qg^ 
SL kwei ko6 1^ ; to go and 
not return, 4^ fflf ^ 3§ 
waug urh puli fan ; to return 
a compliment, ^ ^ ta pae ; 
to return speedily a thing bor- 
rowed, ^P ^ tselh chaou. 
_To REVEAL, ^k'hJj, 
7J% mih shij^^ heen she ; 
Heaven reveals to men, ^ ^ 
A ^'heen k'hi jin ; to disco- 
ver, f^ g| hcfen iuo, ^ 1^ 





1^ heen ch'hiih lae ; to reveal 
a secret, ^ ^ low seS. 

To REVEL, ^ ^ ft?^ 

j|^ ^ t'haou t'hee t'han tsbw 
'kwbjih. _ 

Revelation, |g|( /J^ mih 
she J divine revelation, ^^ 
t^ieen k'he, |j[ 5$ k'he telh, 
^ ;^ 3* te che teth, ^" 
■ t'lkeen shoo. 

To REVENGE, ^ ^ paoU 

; chow, ^ ch'huy,^fft paou 
ikew.^ji: paou Chang, ^ 

W Pa^ i^w* « li f^^ 
ch6w, ¥R ^, pa6u yu^n, ^ 

kew, ^ i^ paou ban j to 
' revenge a wrong look, ^^ 
@ llH; ^ I>aou yae tszS 
yuen ; to revenge an injury, 
^ij^seuS ban, §}^seue 
yuen ^ ^ se yuen, ^ ^ 
seuS yuen ; to meditate pri- 
vate revenge, ^ p§ ^ '^ 
sze tod paou fub. 

Revengeful, ^ yuen, i(^ 
B^ ^ ^ sin so yuh tseih. 

Revenue, ^ ^ shwuy 
y)n,jK^ heang yin,i^ SI 
kw6 kwan che shwiiy, 
yfing, ^ yen, ^ ^ 
tseSn leang ; to defraud the 
revenue by smuggling, ^ ^ 
low shwuy, ^ Ia ^sbw sze j 
revenue cutter, ^ M >(^ 
j|3f kwan k'hbw seun chwan, 
g|^ kwd foo, ii|^^{ wd k wb. 





KET IC 

To aSVBRBKRATE, ^^ 

tabu la«,^[Bl^la hwOy lag. 
Rbvbkbsration of sound, 
ffi ^ yi'ng hSing. 

To KEVBRK, ^ tsS5, ^ 

^ fiiiig king, ^^ tsunc 
ting, ^ ^ tsuug fling, ^^ 
^k'hln tsdng. 

ToHKVeREWCR, 3^ slilli. 

fanag, ^% kung king, 
mOh, ^^ jr kin^ ehili, 

to rererence one's parents, ^p 
^ 5c ■Shea6u iz4 fo6 mob, 

Rbvkrknck, Jg k4, ^ 
nan, IPf flijh, ^ wef, |^ 
ySn, j^ yin, l^yuftn, f^ klh, 
H yin, ^ ke, fj^ che ; rever- 
ence and awe, ^ |^ y'n wei, 
^Hkingsiih. 

Rbverewtial, ffA 5PC 
k'hwan k'hwan, ^^king 
k'e6n,i^^tBuhj6n,^chae, 
hS kung ; reverential deport- 
"«nt,gill^'*'6nkm. 
RErERENT.T^ k ih, ^itnng. 

Revkrbntiali.t obedient, 
^ 1^ lio lin. 

Reverir, ^ ^ inline 
seang ; to be in a reverie, ^^ 
i^ fa m6, ^ ^ hwSn mP, 

la ^ boa me, =1 JR T 

8eang gae leabii. 

Reverse of aiiytbing, ^^ 
K Beang faii,;^ ^scang tuyl 



Uieconlrary, ^^>^^tnbu 
fan che »z6, ^ ^ ^ ^ $ 
fan kw6 lae die az6, f^^ff 
ifi labu fan hiag bzs, j^ M 
^ ^ Liien tabu cbe ezg ; th« 
opposite, pt i;^ ftiD shi ; te~ 
verses in Providence, ^cS 
l'li.'ien peen. 

To REvxBsK,^ — ^ (an 
yTli fan ; to reverse the decree 
o(fiH^,M^M hwfiyt'Sen 
f Sl3^fankw6K ^ 
^ ^ tabu kwo lag ; to re- 
verse the decree of Heaveo, 
W,J^^M wan hwfly 
t'heen e. 

To REVERT, 5^ fan ; to re- 
vert to one ruler, j^^U 
kwei ylh t'liuiig ; to come 

fg} ^ fdb fan bwfiy la« ; to 
revert to and submit, ^RS 
kwei fah ; to revert to one, ^ 
— ' kwei yTh ; to revert to no- 
thing, ^ ^ kwei wod ; to 
revert to right principles, ^^ 
kwei e ; to revert lo the origi- 
nal, ii^^ ^ 06 ka p&Q 
yu^^^ ^ ^ ^"^ ^^ ^^'°°' 

^ WM Wt fiih cimfen yuftn 
yang, ^Sjiw&n, ^ kwei, Up 
'''hing,^g hwae ; to revert to 
th« onjTJn&l number, ^P^ 
J^ ^ Tub k& yugn boo ; to 
revert to the crown, ^ gf 
jiih kwan. 



KKT low aST 

To KiT.iY. «xsraiae. f^ ^fcikgiiia; do. taliraooy, 




__ ke^n JT24 : to revinr «r «- Q^ fl^fca> knag ; to revokt a 
chft li»a, ||^^ Q^a khis. To kktolt, Si Pwao, ^ 




cHa o«<c : '-3 r<>iKV 3| pet pvin, ^ r fio 

tmofv. ^ Cc jT»= pcQf. ibing larvroli, |^ ]^k1 V 

To Rsrti^ S MP ^'•iy ni4w &n die tse. 



Si VGA ia£ S ?'h, ^ ke. v^^'^ ^ ^'^> 




llpt'hi^lgtian^me^ 1$ ^ 1^ ft hwaj. 9| jnin. 



iftsh^ chhdh. igf^ Dee. ^ c^**^ 1$ ^a(^> 1^ 



^^ Ui«. ^ m y^^Th uz«, ^ ^ P, settP hwAn pdh fc _^^^ 
My. ^ hway, ^ woo. ' K king ("be, H ylh ^ cte, 




RiTiLi!fC8. ^ tdh. . W choen. fit ^ ^^ cbn^n. 

To Rerisr, ^ Qj|r aew ^ chow, !■ ||f I&n chu^p. 
Mk ; fn T^Tw a book for (he fp ^ choen ydn, [Q hwfty, 
P«*< ^^ phine^yijc, g ^ hwnw. |^ ^ Ifln Mw, 
!^ yic fin^, 1^ U keanu Wseoen. ^«eiico,;^8euen 



tiiif , jff |£ ting ch|ug, ^ to rcvoWc, mrn rooad, jfi ff 
iMSn, Wf chin(( ^ ^ ISAM fan chuen ; to revolve and be. 

^^"«Jliltr«"«^''"^'^ tr^ gin again, ^Jfi^jfe&chpw 
tfflj( k^o/.ii. ^*J| (•irrh : to fp- firh fuh che, @ wan, |§ ylh, 
vjee A •••rfM.'I tjiii'- ^ gj )^ ^^1 {ft kcaou; to revolra 
cbdri'^ litrj • and devise, ^fj^ yun cbdw ; 

To K K- f VK. 5^ 1^ Jfe yew j to revolve and move, 5S Wl 
ffffifig. fjgfj^f.il. line. ^:Vimtdn^,JU chow, E Ua, 
f^ liiiig ht ii, g^ Hoo. j^ goo, ^^iyf^lS chow tea ; Jo 
fi^ BOO ; to revive a case in revolve in one's mind, |^ 
law, i^ ^ fan gnpn ; to re- fan ezc, 5^ J^ chny ne<n, 
vive old customs, ^ |^ ^ j^ sSang mad. 
j^ tsa^ bing kew kwei ; to- Rsvolvinq, fQi^h6h5; 
revive from the dead. jJC^^e, j revolving in its orbit, ^(fll 
fj^ sine, $^ tsze, 1^ ^ tsae 1 ^ tH chin chiien kd tnou ; 
sing, ^ ^ fOh sane. ' revolving without end, JljQ ^ 

To RE UNITE. ^ ^(saj h&. fil Qjp seang bw&n wo6 twan ; 

To BBvoKE a sentoace, Qf( tbe sun and moon, revolving 




KBB 



1091: 



RRU 







in their eouraes, Q ^ S ^ 
]lh jfai y4» htng. 

llBTOLiiTioifffli rthousindB 
^l%4 myriads of) ^ 
tslMten wan chin, ^ 
^ toli^m petiQ war 

vifolutkm in a state, 

kw«|i5«n,^glape^n;one 

rafolmion of a wlieel, f^ 
bwoy. 

To rswaivd; ff ^hang,!^ 
jS pa 'II ta ; Ui reward the 
array, fH^ k'iiaou Iceun, ^ 
BH k'baou sze ; to reward 
workmen, iffiX k'haou kuiig ; 
to reward labour, ^J laj, gr 
^ !a0n lae, |^ k»ou ; lo re- 
ward merit. ^ ^ hd laAq ; 
to reward the grood, ^ ^ 
shkng flhen, 1^^ [Jl ^^'haou 
shjkn? : to reward and bestow 

Rsw^RD, Rp Uoo, f||j^ 
••"Ay wih, ^ fe :^ 4^ gnan 
8x6 che wnh, ^ ^ shang 

P*'^"' M ^ gn<^" pa'^" ; re- 
ward for services, ^ ^ chow 

ladu ; r*^ wards and punish- 

menls, i^ |f| pa-u yfng, ^ 

JPI shang (a : rewards to the 

military, ^ ^ k'haon ladu : 

to bestojr a reward, g^ jf 
keih shing, ^^ shang sz£ ; 
to obtain a reward, ^ |§] ^ 
tih hwAy BzL ^ 

Rhetoric, ^S^ff ^ 



shjn wel siiw5 szd, t3 jf^ 
k'hbw tsas. 1^ Hft ;$: la^ 

|)e^n lun che fa. 

Rhetouician,^ mi ^ 
duT shen peen che sze. 

Rhbum, ^ t'han ; yellow 
J<>- If ^ hwang t'han; white 
do. ^ ^ plh t'han. 

Rh El MA TIC, j^ luy ; rheu- 
matic pain in the bones, ^ 
peen. 

llHcrMATi8M,"^^kw8h 
ching, ^ ^ fung UeTh, Jg^ 
fung t'hiing, IP ^ P^ 

juy, il fe^y^""' ® i8 
nabu low, ^ j|^ nabu low, 
j^U wei tuy, gp fel |g 

Rhtnocbros, /|_j T" 

n6w, ^ se, ^^ se n&w, 
gan; a rhinoceros horn, 
M se ked, f^ Msh* ^Sb ; 
rhinoceros beetle, ^ Bf> nfiw 
lang, ^ fow, Ifl Jjjg fow 
lew, m ^ ked l«5 ; rhino- 
ceros horn' cup, ^ flJC szd 
k'hwan^:. 

RuoDonKNDHirM, 55 if 
i^ kee chuh t'hadn. 

Rhomboid, ]^^ S ^ 
-^^ ledng t4ng peep sc&y 
fanghlng. 

Rhubarb, §^ ^ hwafig 
leang ; yellow rhubarb, -j^ fi[ 
ta hwang ; white do. ^ K 
2^ nt p'he seaou. 



see 




RIC 



1092 



RIC 





Rhus, sumach, ^^ 
sliih choo yu. 

Rhyme, Of- jffi hee yiin, 
^ she ydn, qJ| ydn, (^ 

^^ tung yun, 

RiBS,p heS, Jifj ^ 1th 
kwiih, ^ ^ pa^ kwuh. ^ 
p6,H^teih,tekW#)|i 
hftw tseaou, ^ kan, ^ p'intj, 
R TO ^^®^ yaou ; the lonij ribs, 
!K o^ chang hee ; short do. 
^ ^ fwan hee ; the rib- 
bones. ^ ^ he^ kwiih, B/l 
^ ^ llh pane kwiih : ribs 
on both sides, ^ f^ leang 
hee. 

RiBALDBY, IpB nW chow 
*»^a, ^JS^iS^oo wei 
cbe hwa. 

Ribband. ^ ta^, j^ fuh, 
iS «h6w, ^ yth, fg hwan ; 
a ribband attached to a seal, 

. le. 

Rice, /^^ m>, kfih, ^ 
|!^ pTh c, ^ Bfih, :f ® H 
ch&ng yaou tsean? : rice 
growing,^ t'haou, ^ kaiig, 
^ seen, ^jU k-hang; unboiled 
rice, ^ mi ; rice flour, 5}^ 
]^ mi fun, ^ scth ; boiled 

^1® IK f«"» ^ S? tsan fun, 
m tswan ; rice half-boilcd, 
gf gg fun he ; rice boiled 
with steam, ^ |^ ching 

*^o, ffi IS ftn lew ; rice 
cakes, ^ tsze ; to eat rice, 




no rice to cat, ^ ^Sf « ^^ 
fan shih ; rice dumplings, ^ 
1^ e sing ; flat rice cakes, J^ 
I^ ^ pein mi sth : rice balls 
in soup, ^ lelh, ^ ^ kang 
san ; coarse rice, j^ le ; white 
rice, ^ ^ yiih lelh ; rice 
planted, p^ hd, ^ ^ bd 
mi ; unplanted rice, ^f^ pp| 
ho meaou. ta keae; rice for 
provisions. ?J^ fS nii leang ; 
rice and millet, ^ ^ P^h Mh. 
common rice, ^ t'haou ; rice - 
fields (uncultivated) P^ |^ 
se!h teen : a rice-field, ^J lee, 

>fC B5 roe *e^n > '*c® erucl, 
i^ tan ; rice-water, Q^ 515 
chen chiih, ]^ ^ md chfih, 
wel, ^ meS; rice-paper, 
iM. ^ ^ poo te sha ; do. the 
lamina of a plant, ^ ^ chi 
t'hung ; plant of do. J^ 
t'hunsf ts'lfabu ; the rice-fish, 

^M^ p^^ f^" y^ • ^^^y 

rice, -^ fq tsabu t'haou ; late 
do. R^^ wan t'haou. 

Rich, ^ fo6, ^^ chun, 
^ fung, ^ ^ fung foo, ^ 
ch'hun, ^ kih, 3^ chin, ^ 
tecn, 9^ J^ yun chun, QE^ 
fe? jod, ^g fuh : abundant, ^^^ 
^ fung how, ^ ^ jaou ya ; 
rich favours, § ^' kaou 
' gnan : rich food, *§P ^ kaou 
leang. flg^fetnc ; rich young 





r 



RID 



1093 







fOO '; 




fellows, jf ^^ Sn ^^^ 
ISaDg tsze ti i rich and afflueot, 
0^ 1^ yftw y u ; rich ia flavour, 
^ nftng, ^ juh ; rich pre 
««nt«, IP fgF '^^w pe ; rich 
family, ^ J^ hoo foo, ^ 
fb6 kea ; a rich man, ^ 
Ua6 chob ; to become rich. 

Riches, ^ isaS, i|i^ tsae 
St © ^** pih, ^ hwiiy ; 
riches and honour, 
kwei. 

RiciNusJI 

^pema.^ 

tsaou, ^ ]^ pe ma. 

. To RID one's-self of a thing, 

^ ^ ^ t'bew k'hae show, 

ttfekewl^^ ^ ^ " 
Riddle, 5« Jw ?"*'" y^°' 

^ y'»n yu, ^ If ms y«, ; 

^ in^ tsze ; to guess at a 
riddle, ^ ^^ chae me. 

To RIDE, ^ k'hfe, i^ kwa; . 
to ride loffether, jj^ ^ pfng 
kek, ^ ^ pf ng kea, '^ keu ; 
to ride on horseback. ^ .^ 
k'hama,j^,^kwa ma, H 
lung; do. on a cow, ^ ^ 
k'b^ nSw ; to ride in a sedan, 

ac Ik ^^^ kcaou ; to ride in a 
carriage, p2 ^ gijing y^^ ^ 

^ ]^ kea ma keu ; to ride 

about wildly, ]9^ |H 1^ ^^^^ 
t'hdw k*h^ ; to ride alone, ^ 
tan k'h(^ ; to ride at anchor, 








RID 



wan po I to ride in a 
boat, ^ jft* kga chow. 

Ri DBR, a good, $ H^ shea 
k'h& 

RiDoE, IM ting, ^ T^ 
tseen ting, |^ pan, f|^ tselh ; 
the ridi^e that sepiiraies rice* 
fields, V^ flhing, ^ tsan ; the 
ridge of a mountain, ^ kang, 

\li ]^ san ting ; the ridges 
along a sedge, ^ ^ madu 
tseth ; the ridge of a hill, |JL| 
^ san Uelh, ^ tsee, 
t"ng, i^ isolh, «jj^ shen, 
^ p'ho go ; the ridge of moun- 
tains, ^ "P ;^ ^ t'heen 
hea ctie ts«^,Th ; the ridge of a 
shield, :^^ ^ tun wa ; the 
ridge of a liouse, j^ ^ fang 
tseTh,]^^ uh tselh; ridge* 
pole of a house, j^ }g Qh 
we'i, H low, >|^ foo, :f§; kw5, 
^fun, ;^ iung,J^ keih. 

Ridicule, gj^ ^ he y&n. 

To RiDiciTLE, 1^ chaou, 
tS M^ tseu, il ^ he 
l"»'ffr ®5 l^h^Bi, ig che, 
1)1 he heo, ^ |5f ke ho, 

ke f""g, il 1^ ^ 
seaou, gpig ^ ke seaou, m 

kwei, ^ ^ he seaou. pi 
shan, jyjjj 5^ shan seaou, ^^ 
tseaou, 1^ ^Ij kc tsz^, 
ch'he,!^ tsan, ^ moo, 
Uuy,g^ 2^ l^wei chaou 






RIG 



1094 



RIG 





^ teaou eeaou, 
|g heae he&, j^ 

RlDlCTTLOUS, Wf #1 k'hh 

seaou, iU ^ liaoii seaou, ^ 
^If lay seaou. 

Riding-jacket, J53 w* "^* 
kwa ; riding habit, ^ k'hwae. 

RiDiKG-a£A8T£:a, ^ HQ 
yii 8Ee. 

To RIFLE, ^ ^ ke« 1«, I 

H^ ^ Ue&ng 16 ; lo rifle a | 
person's clothes, §3Bfil ^ ^ j 
fteang tdeshio^. j 

To RIFT, ^y^,^^ 
keS he. 

To aiG a vessel, j^^^ 
sew ching chwan ciith ; 
the rigging of a ship, ^ ^ 
chwan s6. 

Right, proper, J^ '^ 6^ 
yfng tang teih ; right and 
^rong, ^ ^ sh6 fei, ^ j^ 
cb^ng twan ; right reason, j^ 
iSL taou I^ IE ^ chtng ll» ; 
right rule and oppression, ^ 
jj^ wang pa ; right principles, 
^ ^ e lb, ^ ^ ta ta6u, 
^# ping 6, ^8he,||fte; 
riaht feeling, jE^ ching k'e, 
1^ ^ e k'he ; riglit, even, ]£ 
chjng ; to rest in what is right, 
TP keu ching ; right words, 
fffl tang Itin ; the right way. 
^_ 4^ y6w taou ; the Bud- 
dhists say, ^ j^ poo te ; r^gu- 




lar,i|J4; proper^ SI kae ; h 

right line, M JK ^^^ •^^ ^ 
a right angle, £^ cHh ke6 ; 
right-lined angle, £ |^ M 
chlh seen ke5 ; right, ^ ^ 
pnli is ho, :)^ shi, jl^e, IS; e, 
^ wei ; right, just so, jg ^ 
chintr she,^ ch6 ; very right^ 
M j^ kelh sh^, ^ jg chfa 
shti. 

Right, ^ yew ; right and 
left wines, ^^ ^ tsb y^^ 
y^h jfe telh ; right and left, jfe 
^ tsb yew ; do. and in the 
aucestorial temple, ff^ fj^ 
chaou muh ; right hand, ^pf 
^ yew sbbw ; right side, 3^ 
^ yew p6en. 

To RIGHT, |M IE k'hwaftg 
chfng ; to right, a person, fp 

^shiu yuen. 

Righteous, ^^)||§t'aou, 
ti is k'««ang k^hae, ^ H 
^ 6^ yew i k'h^ teih; righte- 
ous battles, |^ ^ e cheQ ; a 
righteous act, ^^ ^ keil. 
Righteousness -^S* ; right* 
eousncHs and gain^ |Bi^ e lb. 

Rigid, ^ §^ y^n kin, g| 
kang, Hf ^sah Ud, ^ chae, 
l!pfmebn,^^pe!bj^n, ^S 
n^ang, ^^ tseang isSang, 
)^ cbwang ; rigid restrictions, 
1^ glh ; over rigid, j& R *^?^ 
yto ; rigid adherence, ^ ^ 
kingchlhi Q$|| ko6 cblh. 




RIN 



1095 



ROI 





■ Rigidity, o{ th« tendona, 
|j|i kwei, ^ ^ kin keth. 

Rigorous, j^ ydn, ^^ 
sin yta, ^Ij i^ a ha6. 

Rill, ^J^ JpJ seaon ho, >|% 
|g ei-abu k'he, ^ ^ Unj/ 

ting ying, j||| ^ Icth yrh. 
keuen, ^ ch'huen. (^ 
kwae, ^^ keuen, ^/(j^ fan 
UeS, jl^ j^ keuen hwae ; if a 
rill be uol Btopped, it will 
•ooa become a river, ^jg ]^ 

S^^^ 'iBj keuen puh yflng 
chung wet hd. 

It'M, ^ 5^ pi;en tsze ; the 
rim of a wheel, ^ h^'en, 1^ 
keu hwan ; a bamboo rim 
_ 8euen;the rim of an earth- 
enware vessel, l^shen. 
Rind, or inner bark, ^ m5, | 

\H 3^ "uy e- 

^iNG, J^ hw&n, ^ hwan. 
^^^^ ^ go, ^^hwan, 1^ 

mei mang, §t^ ^^ ni<*i 
mang ; ring for the finger, J^ 
Jjg keae chfe,^ l^che hwan : 
ling attached to a gate, ^ |jf 
gow how ; a broken ring, ^ 
keutS ; the rin<r of a door, )j^ 
Bhang, P^ g mfln k'heuen ; 
the ring of a carriage, ^ yuen ; 
an iron ring, ^ ^ I'hee 
k'beuen ; the iron ring inside 
the nave, ^^ keen, ^ kaiig 

ko. ^ ko; a ring for a 

Q 







cow's nose, ^ keuen, ^tsow; 
a ringr to put round the neck, 
©g^yakea: therujgufft bell, 
P§| cwang, g|^ chuu)^ shin:^. 
To RING. to soiuid, ^g|> 
heang, ^\z ^g^ ^ tsiS licaiit; 
shing ; it rings well, ^ '^ 
3^ heang tlh habu ; to ring a 
bell, ^^^g chin chung : strike 
do. Jg ^g chwang chung, 4T 
^ ta chung, ^ ^ cliuy 
chung: to sound abeil, iJ!]^ 
ming chung ; do. hand-bell, 
H^ ya >u ling ; the ringing of 
belJ^ ^ liwang ^ kang, j|g 
Iff ka^^^ trt^ang. W|f 5^ leang 
hw;uif/ ; a ringing in the ears. 
^?iuHimmg.pleaou,f^ 
4^ liun? hung. ^ tsew. 
chaou, 1^ lull. ^^ nang, 
tsaou 

RlNG-LFADRR*^^ § t^hoW 

muh "^^ si»ow ling, i^^ 
^seuh ling chay. 

Ring-worm, ^ schiu, J|j|C 

seen. 

To Ri\8F., t^liziC ^^'l'^'*" 
t'hae, ^ ch.^, ^ llieth, ^ 
keang, jig cho, ^ (^t clio 
9''^w ; to rinse the mouth, fljC 
fj sow k'hhw, 1^ P sow 
k'hbw, "^JIIS^ yiii sow ; to 
rinse the mouth wiih wine, ^ 
yin, to rinse clean, y^ fl| 




f 'haon tsing. 



RIP 



1096 



RIS 






To E,OT, MT^W^n 

fang tsze Iwan hing. 

Riot, slight insurrection, 
^h mi seaou Iwan, }^ g^ ;^ 
hwan Iwan che eze. ^ 

^ 'IW J^^^ Iwan fize 
tsing. 

Riotous "oise, §L^ Iwan 
naou. 

ToBip o|)en, ^J kUoo, ^ 
k'hoo.^ll g| p'how k'hae,_ 
loo, ^@^ ch'hen p'ho : to 
rip open a scam, ^ff ^ ch? 
fung ; do. the bowels, 1^ ^ 

p'h6fuh,|fe|5ielee,pshe: 
do. women with child, S|J S%\\ 
^ jJIt k'hoo telh yin fo6 ; to 
rip open the womb, ^ gae, 

E ife "^ t4iae. 

Ri*'^) iftslmh. ^^ chlnir 
shiih, Ji shuh, g| kuh ; rii>e 
grain, fg jin* f^ sen ; fully 

jin shuh ; ripe wheat^ 

mlh shuh ; over-ripe, j 

kwo shuh, ^ ;^ shiih Ian ; 

ripe judgment, i\j)l&)!i^|fe 
sin e ching siiuh. 

To KIPEN, )^ K^ ching 

.shuh. 

RiPFLE, 3j}- chow, ^e, 
'JPf hwuy, ;gleen, ^ |un, 
jfepV.yj^ po, Jl^ yin, g| 
mei, ^ seih, ^ ^ isefh nee, 
$k'?|p y^i" li<" ; the ripple on 
water, jjj^^ J^ seuen Wan , ;JC 



Jl oC -hwiiy shang wan, 
iJ^ keuh, ^ chow, fig k'hed. 
Rippled, ^ she, V^^ 
yang ylh ,- the rippling of wa- 
ter, ^ tha. v^ sliih, ^ e, 

To RISE, ^- shing : to rise 
up. ^ hing ; to rise and stand 
"P. i^ fe ^ <^*^en k1ii lag; 
10 rise in price, ^ ^ k'he 
kija, jl^ (^ isang Uea ; to rise 
up together in contest, ^)iS 
ping k'he ; to rise to heuveu 
as an inuudalion, y^ ^ t'aou 
t'heen ; to rise rapidly, ^g ^^ 
tse;h fa ; to rise from the dead, 
^ isze, % fln ^ ^ sze urh 
fuh sang; to rise up suddenly, 

river, ^ :^C ^ ^ keang 
shwiiy shing chang ; to rise in 
the morning J J^ J^ ^ J^ 
ts-hing tsabu k'he shin.pj,]^ 
suh hin^; he rose at cock-crow- 

i«g. H 9i W ^ ke ming 
tslh k'h^ ; to rise and spring 

up, Sx 3C fi^ sang ; to rise 
again, ^ Jfi fah k»h^, |f ^ 
tsae sang, ||l soo : flour rising 
when leavened, ^ f^ p'hbw 
t'how, ^ ^ k he ineen. 

Rise, origin, ]^ ^ k'h^ 
t'how, ]^ s|[ yuen t'hdw, ^ 
k'he twan ; rise, promo- 




tion, gij jU^ tscen tsin ; rise 



RIV 



1097 



RIT 






and progress, ^j^yu^n iSw; j al, ^ ^ teen le, ^ 
the rise of an affair, ^ Qq s^ ^ le d che Rhoojpun, 

kin yiw ; rise and fail, ^ ]^ .' ^A ^ @ ^ ^^ ^^'^^ ^'^^ ''^^ 
hing fef. 

Rising and at rest, 

k'hi keu ; rising ground, 

ch'hang ; rising sun. \^ haou, 

g hio, :^ kaou, 5^ tli . __ ^ , 

^ jth t'li5w chliuh Ia;i.g i^ i^ cliTh, ^ lee, ^ sze, |U] 

Hj^hchfe tan,]f(g heuh, ff^-I.eu, ; keuh, flj hw^^§ peth p'6, 

l^hcu, Bifit'lnin, lie cliinir, ^^ pae, ^ S^lee k'hae, |^ 

^S ^ ^®^® shin, ^^ yang>" ^ pelh k*hae. 




tseih. 

Rival, ^ chdw, |||^ sbdw, 
M tiiy t'how, Ig- ^ tdy 
te!h, ^ ^ <^^^^ ^^h- 

ToRivK, ^^ chayleS, 



B|i| pah ; place of do. >l^ ^ ta 
mftng, ^ kan ; a rising in the 




River, JSf ho, ^ ^ yang 
ho ; the Yellow River, f| |Sf 




stomach, jK^^k'h^nyTh,^; hwang ho; the Yang-tsze- 
ke, 1^ seun, ^ keu.^, ^ ^ kiiang, ^tE keang, ^ ^ pi 
fan wei : a rising of the skin, ' yang tszi keang ; rivers and 
^^p'h^k'he. ^I"y, ^ lakes, 7^?SBkeanghod; mouth 
yin chin, ^1^ p6, ]^^ tseo, ^^^o, ^ P keang k'hbw ; ri- 
teen, ^ keen. vers and sireams, ^K ^*hwi!iy 

To RISK one's-self, ^^ ^'"gi ?^ I'l l^w ch'huen ; a 
peen ming, |^ |g keuen keu, large river, "^ )ll ta ch'huen, 
TT ^ pwan mmir, ^ ^ ^ tuh ; the four rivers,^ J^ 
fob ming ; to risk dnnaer. S sze tuh ; a river head, ^g Lsow, 
1^ maou hcen, ?t M 1^ ^ ^ 3!^ sbwiiy yuen ; a river 
^ ^ kan die heeti hnC^ che losing itself, ^ tseeu, ^ — ' 
te. ^ — * ^ tseuen yih keen ylh 

R'TE, gg Iri, ^ ^ 1^ wiin, fow ; river-water, '^ ^fC li6 
JB fl Ic fhfe, ^ ^ le k wei : ' shwuy. 

rites and ceremonies, |f ^ ' Rivet, ||g ^ keu tszfe, j^ 
chen lb, ^ ^ e le ; rites of ^ keu ling. 




public sacrifice, |^ j|E ^^^ '^^ rivet bro!cen cups, 

sz^ ; funeral rites, ^^sano; ^ keu wan; do. bowls, ^ 

^^iP^tsangle,^^^ ^ ^ ^^" ^^^l^l' jSl"^''^ 

"** maS tsang che le, ^M "^ ^® "^^"^' Ib »1 W^ ^ 

US Sling sang che le : ritu- ming k'hth yfi sin. 




ROA 



1096 



ROA 



Rivrr.K.T, ^J-» ^ seabu hd, 
4^* ^ seabu k'lie, ^£ teao, 

lingyiiig, 5^ J^tine ying; 
a rivulet among liiils. ^^ keen, 



to meet on tlie road, [^ |^ 
4S iH "^'^ '^^ spang ffiag j 
a^bye road, jj^ J^ pcTh lo6, 

ili I^ ^ ISSF 1^*^" \^^^ c'** 
loo ; road-Bide, ^ 'j^ taou 



^ k'he, ]^ keen.{^k'he;it8Th ; roads and passes, ^jJT 
rivulets and mountain torrents. | ^§ k'he sTii ; a frequent road, 
^^k'lickuh. ^j^shah loo; an unfre. 



Roach, ^ ^ p<^Tli tsun, quenied r«.ad, ^ ^ a-ing 
0^ she, 1^ leen, ^ p^Th ; a loo, 1^ S^ yay \oc> ] a royal 
kind of roach, ^ g^ yen road, ^ )^ yu loo ; to mend 
yung. a roiid, ^ f^ |>ob loo ; a di- 

RoAD ^ loo, 3^ taou. j verging road, S ^ 5^ W 
I tod, 1^ j^ taou loo, ^ i san cli'lm loo k'hbw. 
lc»o tod, 5& ^ loo chinff, i To roam, ^^ ira6u yew, 
_ J^ cfiing fo5 J^ yTh, ]^ i ^ ;^ hti^n isbw, ^ |^ yow 
k'han^. /[p^ j|g leu ta6U; 7^ hing. 
l-hoo, ^ t hoo, "^ chliig, (^ 



To ROAR, ^ D^ liaou 





1^ chin chu« : the road to ad- ' p'liaou, ^ ^ haou naon 

vancera6nt,^tMy'^" *'»l^^I ^ *'^^" ^*^^ ^& ^ P'hao" 
BOO, ^ ySw, ^ y^w, § le^. haou. P ^ k'hbw hoo, !^ 

J^ ^ la-n ^h.^h. j^ 5^ how ff keaou B^ keaou, P( 

king loo, ^ iff yabu taou : a han, ^ seaoii, j^ ^ haou 

road by land |§^ S*"** ^'^'^ i ' ''«"• ?j^ ^^j ^*'''^" t'haon 

a plain rond, ^ J^ pi"a loo ; I te. ^ heu. l^ han, 8| 

a crookrd road, ^ 5§ k#M^!» ' haou hoo, gj§5 haou ; to roar 

loo ; a straight rou<l. jg[ J^ fr< m pain, ^ wci 

chTh I06 ; large and level road, I Roar of a lion, j|j!|l '^ 

M( ^ k'hang chwang ; small 1 ^j{^ f>zp tsz^ yTh how. ^ tsTh, 





road, /h ^ ^®«'^" 'o'^ i tii?h ^ 1^1 ming h('w, IJ# hea, 




road, 5^ HJ t'hung kei) ; the f^ haou ; do. of a tiger, 
right road, JE ^ ^^'^f'^? 'o^ : hnn, J^ ha'u ^ haou, B^ 
a government road, ^ ^ ^ f^a/iu haou, 9§ haou, 
kwan loo, 2r 9P^ ^^^^fl I06 ; a > he, Dg paou, ^^ pun, 
private road, ^ J^szeloo; heaou, ][§ Kan ; the roar of a 
ontheroad, P5 J^^mYhshang; wild beast, B^ ying, ^ 




ROB 



1099 



ROB 



p'baoa ; the roaring of water iseang IgS ; to rob openly, ^ 
over a rapid, j^ j|& le I^, ^ ^ kekng kee, gg ^ k«-aog 



beih : the roaring of wave«, 

?Slfc:$ll^J''^^^ >^"« Che 
f hiniTi i^ wei, iffi ^jmng puh, 

To KOAST, 'J^ shabu, 
gaou, ^ laeen "^ lang, 
chd, ^chay, j^ chaou, J^ 




tseang, ^ij kee, ^T i'l ta 

Robber, §§ ^ keang 
(a6u, }^ ill is.-aiig kSe, ^ 
8S: k'ow Ulh, B$ tslh, i^ 3^ 
la taou. 

Rone, (loose earnipnt), ftB 



chd, ^chay, ij:^ chaou^ ^ Robe, (loose earrnpnt), fg 

^Vhhng hb, ;|^ yane, ^ chang, ^ kwa, l||f ^ k'hwa 

l,in,^pei.«|yan^. »Ji ^ k'hin, Jg ko. |g ^j| p'haou 

yaogchay.^yaho. "^chaoii. g^<^"» ]^ fg ko lang, ^ 

^bwiiy, ji^ g'^n !)!||jeu, 3^ *^^ J handsome garment, ^ 

H ^ Icaou, ^ leaou, ^ c^® ; do. of a queen, |^ cheen, 



I. 



yaogchay. ^yahs. "pltchaon. 

!>S^hwuyJ^ g-n jJlljen 

be, ^ Icaou, ^ leaou 

)^ heTh che ; to roast corn, ^k 

tseaou; to roast a lamb wiiii 

the wool on, 'j^ ^ vnou 

kaou ; to roast to rags y^ ^ 

eh6lan,]!Q phaon; to roast 

in the ashes, J^ pow, "^ 

chaou ; a roasted pisr. ij^ t& crown, 3^ S. kw«n meen. 

sliaou choo ; to roast meat. 

j^ f^ shnou juh, */5g ^ nno.i 

juli ; to roast chesnuts ^ ^J^ 

chaou ieih. 

RoASTKD victims, jf^ fan, 
^^rfinfan, J'^-^ fnnciiTh ; 
roasted flf^sh burnt in snrrifices, ' keaou keaou, 
1^ fan. ^ fan; roast fowl. ll^ keang keen, 



ko tang, 
tiih ; handsome garment, 
che ; do. of a queen, |g cheen, 
^ wei, ^ hwuy, ^ H 
eue teih : a long robe, j^ 
fei, g}^ fun, -^ ^ ta e, ^ 
p'aou tsze, ^ ynen, ^Sk e, 
paou, ^ y ih . §^ fei, ^ 
paou min?, ^^ so ; robe and 








choo keu^n, ^ Jft Ife fiih; 
imperial rob^s, ^C '^wan; 
robes of ceremony, j^ 
twan wei. 

Robust, ||g)] ^ kansr keen, 
keansr paou. 

kein. ^^ 

kgen 












shaou ke. ! chwang, ^ kelh, ^ keu^n, 

To ROB, f^ ^thow ^,'^ ^ •'^^"S chwan?, y^ 
S)l^ pVaon le6. ^ tadu, ^chwang kcen,S^ ^ laou 
^ tsan, ^ 3iP isifang tft, chwang, ^ kwoi, J^ luy, 
^ ts'heang, }^- hung, ^ §| pe, # Tths'^'" chwang, 
taeaou! to rob upon the hiph- ' ^ yth, f^ yth, j^ keTh, 
way, Ji 1^ teeth loo, # |^ ff mi hea, ^ lee, ^ 




ROC 



1100 



ROL 



k'hang kwae, ^ 5S letli I ^ vAn, 5^ gaou, |p^ go 



kiiang, ^ cbwang 

1 he, m. »'5. i^ 




han, 
k'hanii 



?o, 5f heu, »i^ k'ham Ji^ 
k'lian ygn, ^ keaou, ^ ked, 





1^ 




I'^a"?, fe '"*"; /p: SC chwang {^ luh^, jj|| luy, 5t mang, jjB. 
Biiy, *i|C ko, ^- li», ^ J^wuy , 
S^keu, ff # hfnff hing, ^^ 

\A foo, tHt ^ chwang 
nee, f^ peaou. 
Rock, ^ pwan, ^ ^ 
pw&n §lith, P£ yin, ;|^ pwan, 
S^^ kwa, 5^ im kwei luy : 
a large rock, ^ mang, ^ 
>S pwan shth, J:^ 16, 3^ ^ 
]^ ta shih l*hdw, ^ ke5, ^ 

shTh yen ; as firm as a 
rock, 1^ ^ ^ ^ pwan 



tseu, ^ keo, ^ y^n ; a rocky 
island, ^ k'hung; a rocky 
hillJ^k'he6,JI^ Jfe k'hee, 
4||:iin,@he6,^ySn. 

Rod, ^ kan, JS kwan ; do. 
ornamented, ft& Si Po wob ; 
a fishing-rod, 0^ ^p tea6u 
kan ; a cans, f^jf ^ chuh kan, 

W i^ ^ang tea oil, ^ 'J' 
kwae tsze ; a rod used in 
schools, ^^ hea ts'hob, ^ 
^ kea6 fang, j^ j^ chfih 



shih che gan ; seated on a j pa, P5"^P^"t^^®> * twig, 




K 1^ che teaou. 
Rodomontade, y^ cha, g 

k'hwa ySn. 
RoR, ^yew; the female 
of the hart, ^ T^ liih mob ; 
a species of deer, ^^ -^ chang 
isz^ ; roe of a fish, ,^^[J ya 
'wan, ^ ^ ya tzsfe'l II % 
yu ch'hun. 

Rogue, ^ ^jj tsan tsTh, 
^J^ ^ seabu isTli, ;^ ;^ 
kwang kwan : rogues and vil- 
lains, ^ ^ keen k'hwei. 

Roll, ^ ^ keuen chiih, 

^ chuen ; a roll of cloth, — » 

yth k'heiien poo, — 

yth pelh poo ; rolls of 

silk, $H i^ ^ ^ chdw twan 

i^kee, j^ chwang, ^ gan, ching k'heuen ; a roll of silk, 



r«ck, ^ ;5^ ^ ± tso yfi 
pwan shang ] rock salt, ^ 
g| shth y«n, |& ^ e ySn ; 
a rocky dell, ^ ^ shth ke, 
^ ^ |g to shth y^n ; a rocky 
stone, ;g ^Jflj shth p6, ^ ?^ 
sliih ta ; a rocky plain in a 
river, ?^ tsth ; a rock that 
emitted sounds considered 
portentive of war, ^ ^ 
shth kob. 

RocKKT, (a plant,) '^^ ^^ 
^ shwiiy keae tsa^. 

Rocket, 93 ^ p'haou 
t'hdw, 5C SQ t'heen p'haou. 

Rocky, <|^ j^ tsuy wei, 
^ ^ '"y 15, ^ ^ tsan 
y«n, 58 5f kwan tsang, {If 





KOL 



1101 



ROO 



te P'ha, fgfiih; a roll, (a 

b«o,) ^ m ^^^^ ^'h6w, IB 
^ me^n paou ; a roll or list, 
g ^ milh Ifih, 1^ tan ; the 
roll call, l^^n tefenmabu ; 
the roll of a drum, ^ chanjr, 

^ f^^ ^ f""?. ^ P^"^» ^ 
15^ teen j^n. ^ tung, ^ 00 

yen yen, ^ kwan?, ^ 1^ 
tsaov ts'ha ; first do. ^J^ ^leen 
kob ; to roll along, -^ 35 
kwan laA. f| jS ^ cliuen 
kwo lae, ^ |^ seiien chnen I 
to roll about on the ground, 
^ ^ ta kwan ; to roll up in 
a ^^Ij 1^ ^ P^ kt'ucn ; to 
roll the eyes, B^ heijh ^f\ keo, 
^ shen, ^ hcucn^ B[mJ tung, 
£^ 11^ chow chnng, ^ he, 
BJfc heu ^ B^ B?^ yuen hwai^ 
B^ pan ; to roll the drum, ^ 
^;^ lav ^^^'"^ ; |>earls that roll 

about, 1$^ 111 ^ •JT ^^^^»" 
yuen choo tsze ; to roll up, 

chuen,^^ keuen, {]> keuen, 

roll up a blind, ^^Jl^ 
keuen klie leen tsze, ^^ t'wan, 
1^ chuen, ^ k'heu^.n ; rolled 
up into a ball, ^ |^ t'hwan 
Iwan ; rolling eyes, 'Jl^ meen, 
Ijheuen, SKi heung, |5^ BKi 
wan heilng, Ij^^ heuen ; a ves- 
sel rolling a])out, j^ chaou. 

RoLLKK, "i^ ne:en,^neen; 
a stone roller, ^^ to ; a roller 



for fields, ^ yew, 1^ {^ luh 

tiih, ^^ 1^'^ ^^^ ;^ ^^^^^^ 
I for a picture, ^ |^ ^^^^^ 
chdh. 

Romance, <J> ^ aeabu 
shw5. 

Romanist, ^ JH S§ ISt 
^ Bin 16 ma keaou chay. 




m 

u 




Romantic, fictitious, 
1^^ keachwang tc!h, 
1^ neS cbwang tetb. 
Romish thistle, J^ low. 
Rood, or Chinese acre,|gj; 
mbw, Bi| mow, ffl^ mow. 
Rook of a house, ^^T tth 



uh tUig, jgg chan, "^ ^ chen 









kae ; roof of the mouth, _{l' 
t?hanor sang, Jl |^ shang gd, 
p ^ shang tang. 
To ROOF in, ^^ ta kae, 

^ keen, ^^w- 

Rook, ^ 3© woo ya, 
^ iabu ya. 

Room, J^ [Sjang keen, 
^ fang tsze, M^^^ay ;room, 
space, ^ ^ k'hung ch^hotf ; 
in one's room, 'f^ fj^ tae t'ha ; 
room over a city gate, j^ @ 
ching Idw, ^ ^ yin too ; an 
empty room, — |^ ^ ]^, 
yXli keen k'hun^ fang ; an in- 
ner room, i^ ^ J^ ^ ndv 
1^ fang dhih ; a bed room, ^jL 
j^ go fang, f%^ nuy ts'hin. 
Roomy, ^^ shoo shin, 



J 



ROO 



1102 



ROP 



yl^ ^ k iiwan ta, ^ ^ into itself eives the tqaare, 
kwan? ta. ^ H ^^ ^ j^ k»D t«zi 

Roost, :|^ se ; a roost for ching Uh ping fang, 
fowls, iJI ^ ke tse, Hl^ j To root out, ^ [&, % 
ke kei, PljE ke k'he^.^llmou, ^^yS pa, ^ij^ 
ko ; a fowl-coop, IS ^ ke . clioo kaii, ^ -j^ pa kaii, ^ 
lung, ^ ^ ke woo ; a roost ^ ^ ^ tsunff kan m?€ 





seue ; 10 rool out weeds, ^S 



pheaou, ^ ^ cIioo sew, ^ 
P"* ^ ^ ' ^^ ^© deeply ropted| 



forbirds, i^yih. 1^ ()e 
To KoosTjl^ j-^ ke se, 

>tC p&n, ;^ -p ^ ^ fl >|^ kee kpo fa kan. 
4^ kRO pnn ^ aopK, 1^ ching, 1^ chiiy, 
k'Mi kr, :ig ;^ 1^ ^.^h ^ so, ^ ts6. 



Root. 
kan tszp, 

jo*, ^K 





paoii pun, M ^ iiaii ^a - J^ . la"g, M ^ ^'^''"g ^6 ; ropes 



wall 




tlie r ot ol a tr.»e. I for tripping up horses, 
^ j|^ *^ho6 piin,^ ^ dioo, ^ pwan, ^ ^%^ pwln mi sd , 
•hf-aon. I^^m shoo kan, ^1 a rope across a ferry, ^ ^ 
^ kan te. ^^ kpn te ; I hang keadu ; a bamboo rope, 
root and braii.h ^ 7^ pun ; X ''**^" [ ^ ^^^^ ^^^ tracking 
"^^ S^ 5JC cH rvin ; the rool I " ^^'^'^ i^j'^ "^i^^f^h lefih; 
of virtue, ^ ^ ^hen knu ; a ] ^ ^^o^^*^" rop«, J^ ^ bew h5 ; 
deep firm root, i^^M\^^ '^'"^ '^^I>«,j# tang ^f ^ 
shin kan kon !« ; origin, |^ ; [j^an^ see, j^ Ian, 7C ^ 6§ 



telh, :^ lah 




vnen 



.* 



pnn. 




^ 



ta ts'hoo telh shing 



rooU of plants. ^ kae, ^^ ^"^® ' ^ "^^P^ f^' tying a boat, 
tsabu k-rr ^ p6 ; (he rooU of | ^^ '*" 5 » well rope, ^ ^C 




grass, 35 po : the root of a 
dispase, ^ ;^ pfn. kan, ^ 
m P»'"n yuen ; the root of a 
fearher, ^ how ; the roots of 
the water lilv. ^ gow ; the 
tap root, i^'Ci^fkJ^ 
tawkn Bin ting te kan, H ^ 
tsdng kan ; cube and square 
roots, ^^ kansoo,^^ 




keTh shwny kang ; a triple 
rope, H -^ lii ^ san h5 
chlng tsz>» ; a rope for raising 
a coffin, ]^ fiih ; to tie up with 
a long rope, '^ |^he see ,• a 
black rope, j^^ liiy ; rope dan- 

^?» ^ ISt ™«h he, fS ^ 
^ chae jupn sd ; a rope dan - 
cer. i& ilB f^ tsbw ching 



fang S06 ; the root multiplied ' '^^*^ Xfu ^Jf ^ 6^ P« J"^" ■* 



itos 



1103 



ROT 



tssi^telh; to make ropes, Jj fob Ian, ^^ fob iiwa^, Jf^ 
161 ^ ^ ckUig 8d, f^ 1^ (85 yew ; to rot and dif away. |p| 
iiwan. Jfi nfi"g s^-fe : rot in sheep, ^^ 




Rosa BiNKDicTA, ^ ^ uuy, ^||^yangpiu?:a flock 
** ' "*** ^*** ch6 yd ; rosa iofecled with the rot, ^ e. 



chdmd, ^ 

Sinensis, ^^ hung hwa. | Rotatoky nioiion, ^ te«, 

RoflAKT, of the Buddhists, ^ jH te^ yiin. 
+ /^ -jp sfilh pa tszi ; the Rote, to say hy, 'f^ ^ j^ 
108 beads, ^ 3^ soo choo, hwiiy pei telh, ^ ^^ |J^ pei 
^ jy^ neSn choo. ; neen telh. 

Rose, S| ^ tfleang wei ; , Rotten. ^ fob. ^^ fob 
red do. 3aFl^ -ffi ^^^ ^^"^^ hwae ; roueri wood, 1^ TJt fob 
hwa ; another sort, ^ ^ l^o inQli, 7^ koe, Jj ?JsI hew 
^e>» ?^ ^ ^^^S y*^8 J red : innh.^]^k«ou. ^^kaou, ^ 
rose, ^^5|t8zeineikwei:.koo, ^j^ ii^, ^ ffll fo<> l^n, 
red monthly rose, jiSjt ^ | ^^ h*w. :^ j^j koo kaoii, ||fe 

yen che teg, jjH ^ ^B y*^" ] IPj koo hew, ^5 ^ ^>«^ 
fan tunjijjllj^^ yencheye, hwae, ^ niae, ^ wei, ^ 
>^ iiC yu5 yu6 hang. ^ 



hew, J^ koo, 54 *a^ ^ 
kookea, j^^fow, jj?^ yu, _ 
hew ; a rotten scholar, f^ J^ 



^^ yue kwei ; a species of rose, 
§ ^ tseangm^lf ^jlgi 
tsuyyangfei.^Kc'hun luh. | jod fob; rotten fi^h, ^^ ^ yd 

Rosemary, 3^ 52S w ™^ i^i iP? J^^j fl^ P^-. ^ "^J^ ' 
t'hee heang. ; rotten bones, >|^^ koo kwdh; 

RosE-auARTZ, i§^ tsze j rotten and spoiled, ^ jj^ 
ying. mei Ian, fj^ he, ^^ foo ; rot- 

RosE-WATER. ^ 5& Jf^ 
mei kwei shwuy. 

ROSINANTE, -^ nOO, ^ 

^ no6 tae. 
RoB^Y countenance, JSxU 
meen jod hunj hwa, 
^{(^le^ntae t'hnon 
hwa. 








ten flesh, f^ ^ juh foo, f^ 
taze, ffif go ; rotten vegetables 
K yen yti ; rotten wood 

^ ^"y? 'llS* ^ k^^ k'haou 
rotten as fish,^ soo, ^soo 
rotten-stone, 1^ heu, 3^ siih 
rotten grass. ^ noo ; rotten 
and ffood for nothing, |^ ^ 
pp M '^^^ P^h chiing yiing. 



R r 



ROU 



1104 



ROU 



Rottenness, ^ i> ho ^ $ (§) hwan yuto, Pj) ^ 
wei. ' yu^a tseuftn ; a rouad table, 

To ROVE, ^ fei, f|i^ ^ m J^ jF y«ftn <^W ^2k 5 « 
changjrang,^^jangyang,r round mirror, |1| jf^ yuln 
^ I^J ySw waD ; roving ban- j kwang ; anything round, ^ 
d^^^ij lift ^ 1^^ ^^b ; roving | yuen, ^ chuen, {|| f| yuin 
about, ^ ^ fang yang, ti^ t1ib ; spherical, ^ ^ k6w 
y&w, ^^3^ hc6n tsbw, j^ hing ; to make round, ^ Q 
^ ^i&f p'heaou t'hang h'rvn seucn y ucn, ^ 3$ ^ fl ^>^^ 
yeW ; to rova as a i)irale, jp| tsaou hwan yufen ; to turn 
^ f^ ^ P'heaou liafe tso . round, ^ ^ chuJin aeuen ; 
kliow ; a sea-rover, ^ ^ . all the year round, ^ ^ 
ha^ tstb, iS ^ hai k'h6w. i chow nSSn. 
To ROUGB, fj* w ^'^^ fii"- i To ROUND the corners of, 
Rough, ^ ^J'^3 ''''''' ! 3f ]^k'ljeu ke6, f jj go, ^j 
IB B9 ^*'* ^' ^ Ha y^" : y^^^^j Mynen ; to round off 
clic, |S ffil "W y«" <^h^ '^a<>"> ! ^h« year/P ^ t'hwan neSn ; 



B§ i^ Che fun. 



rounded, Kj hwan ; to round 



Rough, j|H. ^ tslioo go, off trees, jQ i^ yuen 8ho6, 
i^ sill, ^ ch'hoo, tl^ tsaou, ^ ^ wuh shoo. 
'^ @^ 'aou tsaou, ^ sic Round-about a swing, 
leuh k'holh, !i^ ^ tsabu Uabu, ^ tsecn;tsew; all round abou^ 
^ ]^ sCih tsabu, ^ ^ ta'oo j^ g chow wei ; a round- 
BtB,)g!()^ts1iookang,ffi^' about path, j^J^ jadu Io6. 



is'hoo lob i rough in taste, JfQ, 
^ is'hoo swan, ^ ^ sih 
■ih, @ Jl^ kliob sih ; rough, 
T'lfged, jU^ sTh ; a rough gem, 
j^ p5 ; a rough sketchy 
kaou; a rough copy, ^ 
wan tsabu, i^^U tsabu tseang, 






To ROUSE, ff^ tow sow, 
f^ chin ts6, ^ ke6, ||| 
le, 1^ pa6, i^ kan ; to be 
roused, ]^ ^ sung tung ; to 
be rou(<ed from intoxication, 
gising; to awaken,^ jj^ 
^ sing k'he lag, % ^ ke5 



^ $ ^ wan shoo tsabu, \ sing, H^ ^ keaou sing, 



Round, 
hwuh lun, 
vuon. 





t«abu kaou. 
hwan. ^ ^ 





ta Sing J to excite, ^ 
tsung yung, ^ fj^ kob wob ; 
yuen, j^ yugn, jto rouse to action, f^ koth; 
IhU twan yuen. do. one's spirits, ^jWf^jp^ 



ftOW 11 

low BOW UiDg abin, ]K£^ 
1^ chin Vtih tBing shlD, ^ 
(on, 1^ go. to roiue one'f 
panioDB, ^ Mt^° ^'^^ i to 
TOOM the feelings, H^ ^flketb 
IH ; to rouBe the mind, ^ ^ 
kllfg sin, ^ woo ; to rouse 
one'* conrage, ^^ fua yune: 
to roDee an enemy, ^[{ ^^ 
fheaoa telli ; to rouse attention , 
^ kea£, f^ ^ kea^ sing ; to 
looM attention to virtue, ^ 
Vg t5 tlh } to rouse to anger, 

keth no6, ^ ^ fiin k'he, 
^ ^ Jay noo ; to rouse 
by an order from govem- 
menl, ^ jffe helh keth; Jo 
rouse what is dormant, 
kelh ; to ronse the dull, ]|^j 
kelh mflog ; to rouse up a 
spint of faith, ^^Wfi^ 
mang fa. s(n sin ; to rouse to 
war, ^^ $ chin wob szi. 
To ROOT, j^ pno ; routed, 
as an army, ^^ ^ ^ 
kcQO chin nha pae, ^ ^ pe 

■M, ^^^ ««"- &ik 

P*^ P^^< ^ ^ P**^ tMQV. 

Rout, a clamorous multi- 
lode, ^ )R SI ^jl" ehting 
Iwan teelh. 

RooTK, i^loo, Ig tnou. 

RopTiNBi^s^cliaiig tnou. 

Row, (rank) ff h&ng, ^ 



» RUB 

pan, ttE iir pan we(, pp chtn, 
— 7^ yili Idw ; all in a row, 
<f ^ h&ng l«, Sfc 86 tart 
sed ; a tow of irees, — ' |7 W 
ylb h&ng abo6> 

To ROW a boat, ^ H ti 
chaau,^^jaJacho6D. ^ 
^ kw6 tsSang, mi ehaoa, ^ 
^ ta t«Sing, iSjIfi t»8ing 
chuan ; a rower, f| A Beaou 
jlii, j^f^ A JbAu chaAu jIn. 

RoTAL, EE Wang, 93E 
^ kw6 w4ng telh, S ^ d5| 
wilng y&y telh, ^ching ; im- 
perial, f^ y^, IS l&°8 > f^^ 
royal way, =E ifi "flng t«6n; 
royal robea, ^^ ^'^ Sf 
j0S lAng e ; royal laws, fli& 
cbtng fa ; the royal family, b| 
^ kwttkSa, iB^^« 
kga ; royal signet, @ 5 '^'^ 
s^ ; the royal law, Sowing 
fi; royal commands, Kipq 
yfng cU, fiK^ It'hin mdJfe ; 
royal glance, |i ffi Iftng yin ; 
a royal proclamation, ^ fj 
eh!h htng, $lt ^ chth mfng ; 
royal grant, ^^ k'blo ss< ; 
royal court, ^ ^ehaflu ttng, 
£ y| w&ng chaAu ; royal 
«ty. wC iH king too, ]K W 
king see ; the royal melon, ^ 
^ kwei koo. 

To RUB, ^ — ^taoylb 
Uo, ^ — ^ in6 ylb mb, Jfi 
^ m6 BO, ^ m ^wan mA,. 



RUB 



1106 



RUD 



^ Wan. IJll^ iseaou, j^ keth. 
^ wan. ^ rlun, ^ go, #? 

W.P. ^ tun, f2 '**'*' : ^o brush, 
]B|| ahwa : to rub between the 
hands, ^ ^ lio no ; to rub 
ointment. ^^ cha ; to rub, or 
smear. ^^ tod : ^o rub stronff- 
ly, W ^« ha, 1^ chaig, H 
^aou, ^ flro. ^ ju^n. j^ juen, 
li jwn, f^ k'hae. ^J ^ kwa 

IS l@ rad Inn^, @ md ; to 
rub do^n, ^ yen, |^ md ; to 
rub and polish, ^^ ts'ho ; to 
rub to powder, ^ jM hly 
Ian, ^i|?$ Ifly tsiiy, ^ yen; 




Rubric, f§ 7F ^ 

ch^ she che shoo ; do. wr^ten 
>n red letters, ^t ^ ^ j^J 

^ /% hQ^g P^'^l' s^ay leih 
teadu kwei. 

Rubricated, gg jpl § 
tod hung sTh. 

RuBv, lac W ^ ^^"? 

paou shth : carbuncle, ^ H^ 
J^ yay m'ng choo. 

RuDDF.K of a boat, ^ 
shaou, ^ to, :}$ i^ho, ^ 
shoou : like the rudder of a 

chow che yew td. 
Ruddle, jp! 41 hung t'hoh. 



to rub with the fingers, ffj^i Ritddy, countenance, ^ 



me£ ; Ao. with the hand, ttf 
mo, ^ no ; to rub down ink, 

^ Hl ™^ ^^'^ * ^ ^^h against 
each other ,ifl^ Sean jf mft : to 
rnb out. ^ mo ; to rnb a table. 
j^ mo faft : to rub to 
pieces, ^ 1^ pcao^i mo : to 
rub Hand, ^^ ^ ^^ ®^^^ ' ^^ 



^ 



^ iftC ^ nie<?n lae hung sih, 
ife .t fl ifeC leen shang 
fa bfing. 

RcjDF, ^ chpn,3^|g soo 
chwnng, ^ j|^ gn/^u m^n, 

'^'^ kow h5, ^ |B1 k1uin^ 
^^>n^)^^I6 8o.^ B^ 16 
»saou.fii f^lung tung, ^ 



Tub chairs and tables, j^ t^ f^ fne man, jSJ H mcif fe, 

|g ^ # ^ khae k'hae e jf^^f to man.^^ wo^ 1^, 

tszfe ch6 tsze. {^ ^ tang tuh. ^ sha, |S] 

Rubbish, j^tS,#^ J R@ koo low, -^^ yd, ^ ^jj 

chuen cha tsz^, ?QS ^f ^ ^ lahu tabu, ^ ^ lob mang, 

^ tsny chuen wa kwai iszK 5|J ^ gf,h fsabu ; rude ppccch, 

RuBiA, madder, g| ]p ^ heaou, ^ keu. 

tseen tsabu ; rubia cordifolia, Rudely, § ^U maou fan. 

|g;^Ugenkan. Rudeness, ^. ^ fei le. 

Rubicund'^ ^ p9 '^ RtiuiMRNTS of learning, f^ 

huJTg tetb. P ^ $ tB^huo hc5 teih sz^ ; 



RUG 



1107 



RUI 



firBi principles of do. ^ >fC ren country, Hr ^ ^'^"" ^^^• 
he6 pun ; first beginning, ^ - Run. ^ W ^««» P '»"«» HH 
& ^ ts'lioo tsabu teih. ^{[seaou [Vi^,^ teen ; remains 

Rue, (a plant), ^ |j| ch^ of a building, ^ ^ ^ S 
tuabu,^^ yun heang, ^ t'huh hwae checlrhoo ; great 
^ pfih leg, ^ ^y&n beang, ruin, ifc ^ ta pone:, ^ 





. «« y"" ^- ya «h, IS ^*^"y, ^ ©'>»• 

T^CK,^ 5^ yew k'h^ To ruin, 1^ |fc p'bo pae, 

Rueful counKnanre, ^ ^ ^ hwuy hwae. |@ hwuy. 

^iscwmel, ®^ M S ^ fe king pae. jffihwa^,;^ 

me^D ta6 yew stii. kwei. ||Q lae. ^^ "^ pae aWie; 

Ruffian, 55^ ^«'^"?^^'^; ^ j@ ch5 fdb, %|] ko, flg 
an assassin, t|lj ^i^ze k'hih. fej. {^||kingfiih. ^ fun, 

To RUFFLK, disturb, 3^ ^j||tuhhwa6, tt* ^ tan 
^ jabn Iwan. ta, jj wet, iJ: too, ^ he, ^ 

Ruffled waters, J^ tlieen, ' pa«, ^ ^^ ^ too hwai, 

S^t'hoo,|j(8Jtt8aa'pae ; to 





^ S5 '^^*'* ^^'^'^* 

Rug, 3|L^JS. 
madu p'be tsze, 
8eaou, ^g shoo 
than, flf ^ chen jiih 
^ ^i^gi ^ shoo, j^ teen. 

RracKi). ]^ 1^ luh r^, 
^]^ ^ isun ch'ha pi1h tse, 
|S jfe won gan, 1^ M kan 

ko, m w "«<•• ciiB. 5t? m 

hea, ^ r^ va aha, Sf |^ 
Ifih tsi1h,|^{^ chill cliiri, dig 
ken, 1$ p§ kS keii, M k'I'O, 
ig ^ k'han k'ho, '0 sTli 
:yij fij k'han k'ho. j^ ^ 
k'haoii k'h5, '^ lll@ k'lie keu, 

»8lt8zee, j|^ )|^ k'han 
ySn. 0^ v^ laou tsaou, QyJ 



^ ruin a family, ^K S5 ?*<& 
I kSa, ^IR "ng k€a,|S[ ^ 

pae kea, ^M •^^"e ^^ 5 ^ 
ruin a city, g ^ to ching ; 

to ruin an affair, ^ ipk paA 

sz^, fif ^ fnn BZ^ ; to ruin 

men, ^16 A. P*^ hwa^jln; 
to ruin one's reputation, ^« 
^ t'hew leen, ]^ ^ kwei 
ming; one word ruins an affair^ 

%%k ; to ruin virtue, |JC TO 
pa<^ tlh ; to ruin one's-self, B 

^ tsze hwuv. 

RuiNRD, ^ E8[ jaou pa^ 
IRlangpei, 5^ tang, 
^^^ mee let- : to be ruined, 
been, J^JH p'hn hwae. 





yaou, ^ hwuy ; a rugged bar- "^ tuy she, |^ |§ wei tiin. 




RUL 



1108 



KUM 





RriKOus, ^ Pg p'ho low, 

yew ; a ruinous house, ^ 

_, M »h yuh hwa^, Ij^ HI; 

|» foo, J^ ^ ;^ M hwuy 
pa6.che uh. 

RrLE, 3^ shth, ^ ^ 
teafiu U, ]|^ too, 1^ ]|g tsee 
to6, |ffl hing, "fC peen, ^ 

Chang, il 1^ taou le5^^ e, 
^ k'ho. ^leiih, 9^ kwei 
moo, ^^ :^ kwei mo6, J^ 
nSS, ^ p'Wn, ;f^ keae, ^ 

^ing,^^'^^hw6,''' 

fa too, ^ fan, ^ fa^^j 
moo fan, ^j|^ seun fa, 
^ keue fa, ]pS md, ^ 
^ ke^n shth ; rules for long- 
living, M^^tk <^ha"g 
Baog che keuS ,* rules of the 
Buddha sect, ^ ^ kea^ 
leilh ; rules of study, ^ ^ 
ching kb ; rules of a school, 
^ J^ kwan cTifng ; do. of 
politeness, |g ^ ^^ ^* ^ ^ 
8 choo ; rules of art, ^ keuu ; 
rule and compass, |^ ^ lod 
mdw; wif hout transgressing the 
ruIe,^K^^ piSh jo6 keu; rule 
of right, ^ !^ ping g ; rule of 
fitness, ^ M^ hung fan ; a 
rule or law, ^ 91 chun tsth, 
^ 6 ; rules of a family, 
1^ kea ching. 

Rule, direction, fjj^ ]^ che 





to6 ; rule of a country, |^ ^l] 
kw5 che ; regulations, ^|] !^ 
die fa, ^ ^ che Ifng. 

To RULE, ^ ^ chob 
chang, a^chS, ^tsai, fjlj 
ch^,j^^kangk^,^ keun, 
^ tuh, ^ kwan, i^ Ji 
kwan 1^ 1^1 kwei, ^ li, || 
tung, ^ yin, ^ chob, ^ J^ 
^ keun t'lieen hea, ^ yS, 
BE wang ; to rule the myriads 
of people, B^ ^ ^ y u wan 
mln ; to rule men, ^Q \ chd 
jm ; to be ruled by men, j^H^ 
\ cM yfi j^n ; to rule a fami- 
ly^ ^ W^ ^^^ ^^^ i to rule in- 
feriors, m^ ^'^* ^^^ 5 ^^ ^"'^ 

a country, ^ ^ tang kwo ; 
to rule the empire, ^ ^ *K 
keucn t'ho'en hea ; to rule the 
people, t^ § muh mln. 

Ruler, S^ chob Isa^^ 
^ he^n, ^ pelh, A tt J^^ 
muh, 2wan^; the ruler of 
heaven, ^ ^ theen kwan ; 
may the Ruler of Heaven con- 
fers happiness, 55 '^Hi^ 

t'heen kwan sze fuh. 

Rumble of wheels, ^ han, 

^han, ^hung, ^ hwuy^ 

Jjplin, ^lin, V^ turn the 

I rumbling of a carriage, ^ fflS 

j been been, JfiE^ P^n |)an, ^ 

foo, pf ping, l^UC ping pincr, 

teen, If l^kang ling, ^ 

ling hung, ^ ising, ^ 




B.UN 



1109 



RUN 



^ hung hung, 1$ hea , II I 
pang, ip^ l'*^t* ( ^ rumbling in 
die ears, $|^ ling ; a lumbling j 
in the Btomach, ^ llih ; ihe 
mmbliog of thunder, Q| ^ 
Iflj ting, ft lun?. 
Rdmex^J^ 1$ y&ng t^ ^ 

To RCMiMATB, (chew the 

cud)^che, ggdic, aS(;hS.i 

fiw Uoo, PftP^enjen,^"^ 
ffihUl«,^jen, l^ehe, ^ 
yTh, PI llllai,,. tai-u, j^ >|L I 
fin Uabu, jg Qp fan isiio, It'l ' 
^ tabu tsabu : to ruminate 
in the mind, ^J^ c)1ll^n szn, 
Sl M. chuy »ze, ^ ^ Jl 
ua£ seang leang. 

To RUHMAQE, ^ ^ SOW 

kew; (a ntmnmge a house in 
■torch of a thing, |^ A. M 
i^ ^ ^ Ian jln fih chaoti 
lung se. 

RtiMouK, news, J^ i^eaou 
selh ; fame, £|^ ming ehing; 
report, ^^ chui'n wan. 

Rump, ^ Jff^ keuen kew, 
^ '"'r fiS ''^"3 ; rumii of a 
cow, ^ f^ new koo. 

To Ri'MPLE, ^ juen, j^ 
ju^n, ^ ^ k'heen chow, ^ 

'^""f wl ye; ^ ^ ^''^ y^i ^ 
ts'how : rumpled, ^ chun, Sff 
J^ niQng j&ng, ^ cha ; rum- 
pled gnnnentf, ^^^^ 
^ c ahang yew die tsze, l]^ 



<«w;^j"cn.^^heen,^ 
(sow i a rumpling, f(^ tsab. 

To RUN, (at full speed) gg 
ch«, JP chen, 1|§ ching, g§ 
*•!, jg^fow, 1^ fish,® tsow, 
^ tsbw, ^ ch'hin ; to run 
with haste, ^ ^ peen hln^ 
to run fast, ^ p'be, ^M 
chang chang, ^^ cbe, g 
I'baou leang, sjg ^ 1& gi 
run Iiaaiily, ^ ^ fei tsbw, 
glE J^ keug tabw, 3^ p8 ; to 
run backwards and forwards, 

£|S 3K ES ^ P'!"^" I^ 
p'haou k'heii ; to run away, 
^ ^ p'hun tsbw, @ (ll 
neih wel, ^ yTh, |@ ^p'a6u 
^hw, ^ ^'''"'^ P*"*! ^TT 
sZB hlng, ^ 1^ t'haou oelh, 
1^ jg t'haou tsbw, 3^ -^ 
t'haou wang,||^ tun, ']_twang, 
Jtpth, Jg||p'ha6u fhiiy- 
'#ifc p'hun pTh,^lSw,j^ 
,yi»ou, 1^^ liih ieang; to 
! run away [ike a rat, ^ kC 
I shob tswan, j^ ^ poo (swan, 
^ hwan ; to run about, ^ 
1^ p'hun chS ; to run wildly 
' about, 3^ keuh ; to run up a 
j house, fe ^ ■? k'hb f&ng 
1 Iszb ; to run over with the 
eye, g ^ niuh bo6, ^ 
I keen ; to run over as a 
I litiuid, f^ f^ k'hing yth ; to 
run over with a carriage, ^f 
' lin, ^ lin, ||| lin, |^ agea ; 



RUP 



1110 



RUS 






to run risks, g mjmaou been; 
to run a race, ^ ^ sae ma ; 
to run by the side, as the driver 
of a cart, pfj ^ foo liUig, 
pang ; to run oui as liquids, 

j^ lean low: to run into 

a harbour, |^ J^ she ts-n ; to 
inn a boat on shore, ^-^ 
^ ching chow heang gnan 
^ e cliow; to run against, ^ 
cha, fg woo, 5^ no, +K* le, 
chaug. 1(1^ tsang, ^ kae, 
keih,§5 ^ Chung inh ; 
to run with celerity, jg^ 
1^ t'heaou yu ; to run 
through, ^^ nl'ang ; to run 
madly about, ^^ n^eih teth. 
RuN-AWAv, ^A. t'haou 
jin, "JZl /^ wang .!•»;" runner, 

Running jl[]| jig te kcu?^, 
)^ftl"hsah,|5|£ pei pei ; 
running hand. !@I ^ tsabu 
shoo, ]^ !^ tsaou tsze, ^ 
J^ leen shen, ^^chechoo, 

water, f^ ;;!fC hSng shwuy, JH 
yth, yg :^>C hwo shwuy, j^ 
f^ pcnou che, ff ^ *^'n? 
leaou, ^ ^ t'hang shwuy ; 
running over, ^jlj^ t'hae ; a run- 
ning sore, ^ 1^ yung tseu ; 
running away, 1^ M kwei 
keu, ^ ^ yiih yue,^ ^ 
Ian kin, j|^ fuh, ^ ^ tiie 
te^-. 






RupEK, 'i> J^ ^ seabu 
yang tseen. 

Ri'PTURK, (hernia) ftjjpHJC 
Tvi ^ P^"S kwang seen k'he, 
^J^ fl^ ^ ^ ®®*^" chang 
seen k'ii^. 

Rural. ^ S ^ '^^^"S '^ 
teih, I^P ^ 1^ hcang chwang 
teTh. 

Rush, ^ ]^ hoo loo, 
^lolih, ^^kcfafoo. 
^^iih kwa too, 
ting tung, ^ hwan, 

kwan kwae, ^ ^ le lod, 

lod, 5p madu, |^ poo ; sedge, 
^^ wei ; a bundle of rtishes 
used for a torch , ]g keu ; a 
rush mat, ;gj Ij^ fung seth ; a 
rupli basket, H^ pinsr ; rushes, 
IjI JSk '*^^*" ^00, ^ ^ kin 
^u**^i ^1 ^P l<>d wei ; rushes 
used in making mats, )j^^|^ 
))aou le ; rushes just springing 

"P; ^ ^^"' is ^^u^" S ^ ^"^^ 

whip, ^ III poo pgen ; a rush 
whose leaves are not opened^ 
^ ^ tsze t5. 

To RUSH, HH chin j to rush 
as water. ^ ^}^ heiiS yth, ^ 
5^ seth heue. Ql hwo ; to rush 
forth like water, ^ ^ pang 
pae ; the rushing of water, jxC 
y/L wan hang, jZJi pun, ^ 
heih, '^ ^ seang yang ; to 
rush against, ^ ch'hang, ^ 
<^'i(^"g» ^ ch'hang, ^ chungi 



ftus 



iiii 



RYE 







chung chWang, ^ tiih, 
ling kea, j|g fuiig. 
chung liih, ^ yiiig, 
cbang keth, {& cliwan<r • 
to rush on an enemy, ^ sben; 
to rush on death, § ^ maou 
826, ^ ^ tniing sze ; to rush 
together in batlle, ^^sgan 
(e ; to rush violently, ^^, 
k'hae pa«, ^ ch wang ; to rush 
out, ^ tt| t'hing ch'hah ; to 
rush out on people, ^ t85 ; to 
rush upon one, ^^ tsin ylh; 
to rush down, ^ ^ k'hing 
seay ; to rush blindly on, 9, 
ma6u ; to rush abruptly, ^ 
^ pa£ k'hae ; (o rush down 
precipitately, |^ pan? ; lo rush 
OS war chariots , ^ ylli ; to 
rush down, as a hill, ^ pang, 
^ ^ t^h pang, j^ pe, 3^ 
p'hang, J^ p'hei j to rush into 
a net, f^H chiih kwa; to 
rush across, ^_^ ko keaou. 

Russia, |^]||^g61dsze. 

Rust, JJS mwan, ^[ s6w, 
lH sew, ^^ t'hece, ^ 
sing, H sew, ^^ t'hee s6w. 

Rustic, i^^ chuy lob, 
fceu, ffil koo, ^ k'hung, 
1^, S^ ^ tsabu inang, g|) 






p'h^ le, mi^ ban tseun, 
, - ^""» © y*^y J * rustic, |§ 

A yay jtn, iIl ISI ya chue, 

^ min, tH& p^y^yj « 

countryman,]^ S By A 
heang li telh jin. 

Rustling of the wind, ^ 
^ yew lew; rustling of^thcl 
wind among trees, i& ^ she 
shej JSI ^ lew le ; the rust- 
ling of garments, |^ ^ lah 
sfih, ^^ tsdy tsae, HH 
huh siih; ditto of silk, ^ 
^"y^ ^ 1^ 'suy tsae ; a rust- 
ling sound, j^ ^ teadu jSn ; 
the rustling among trees ^ 
ch'ho no, 2p tsdy, fl^ yih, |^^ 
cha ; the rustling occasioned 
by walking through grass, ^ 

^ tsiih tsa. 

Rut, (of a wheel) ^ chcn, 
Ifckwei, igllllethlah, ^ 
lelh, P lin, JPI lin, ^ to6, 
•^ lin, ^ HL chu^en seen, ^ 
^ ling lelh.fjjj^ tsung i|[che. 

RuTHFUL, Is fil ^ 12 
gae tsan che madu. 

Rvfi, ^ ^ ^ ts'hoo 
me^n m!h, fjs ^ seabu lulh, 
1^ ^ kwb mih, ^ ^ y&n 
nnh,tJC^^^ 





S? 



iAC 



1112 



SAC 




Sabbath, ^#^ ^ g^^Q^ 
BtSh jth ; the Chinese call it. 
fB^Sl^pa£jTti;theMa^ 
homedaoB call their sabbath 
by the same naine : the Ro- 
manists call the seventh day 
of the week, l|^ JBI HS c'»c« 
ft tselh ; and the first do. ||p 

_ — chen 1& yth. 

Sabine. |^ tdjf ^e plh. 

Sable, black, j^ h!h. 

Sabre, (wound.^iy^ tan 
ts'heu, yj ^ taou shang. 

Saccharine, ^ £$ ^ 
^^ ybw tang tsze wet chay. 

Sachel, ^^shoo tae. 

Sacerdotal ofiice, ^^ 
^l^isl chob che ch ih. 

Sack, ^ nang, fU 
k'hbw ta6, ijjf kao, tS*. ^^» 
^ keueii, ^ tae, Hi^ ^ po6 
kae i a sack for rice, 1^ chun ; 
a sack open at both ends, ^ 
t'h5,^ peaou ; sacks and bags, 
^ H t'h5 nang. 

Sack-cloth, 
8Ee ma ffih, ^ | 
i^^kew Che, _ 

Sacrament, a mystery, ^ 
jjf X^ S pi meth cbe see ; 
J[L JQ? /2!! ^ g&6u mcadu che 
sai i dp. holy service, ^ ^ 
0h{ogsz4 7 ^he Romanists use, 









sze fuh, 
jfS tseu 



IB ^ ^ shing Eze tseih. 

Sacred, ^shing; sacred 
things, ^ ^ ehing wiih ; sa- 
cred images, |^ ^ "hip^g 
seang ; sacred edict, gg 

shingyd ; sacred glance, 

5^ shiiig Ian ; sacred name, 
of a deceased person, not men- 
tioned on common occasions. 
1^ hwuy ; sacred book, ^ 
king. 
Sacrifice, ^fl tse Ife, 
* fQ tse Bzi, ^ low, M 
heu6 shlh, W ^ yen 

keu, ^ choo, ^ tsaou, Qg 
tscaou , ^ k wei ; to offer a sacri- 
fiw, JL ^ shang tsi, 1^ 
fling tse, ^ ^ been tsi, 

JK ^ IE f«i^g '^^«'^ ^* ®^*' • 

to offer a corresponding sacri- 
fice to the Supreme Ruler, |§( 
^ JaW^^y yft shang te ; 
a sacrifice offered at the fire- 
place, IP pelh ] a kind sacrifice^ 
1^ ling ; a sacrifice offered^up 
on the road, ^ yang ; a sacri- 
fice consisting of burnt wood, 
JH ^ fan ch'had ; a sacrifice 
offered by the Emperor, to ob- 
tain an heir, |^ mtij sacrifice 
to secure success, ||^ ma ^ a 
sacrifice to hills and rivers, |^ 
leu ; do. offered on the comple- 
tion of a building, |$ ^ 15 




SAC 



1113 



SAC 



cbing ; on annual aacrifice, ^ 
3* kea ping; a sacrifice to 

J^^^i it m y«w lca6u, j^ 
jl^ iM2& leaou ; a sacrifice at 
the cloee of the year, ^cha; 
sacrifice ofiered to the manes 
of ancestors, ||^ kea, ^ fang, 
il^ foo, 11 foo, ^ go, m he, 
M ho, ffii how : a sacrifice 
to dispel evil, jg^ jang ; a 
sacrifice 7 months after a pa- 
rent's death, p| tan ; a sacri- 
fice ofiered to the moon, ^ 
tsny i do. to ancestors, ^ tsze ; 
sacrifice to the Supreme, i0l 
yew, Hg yew ; a pure sacri- 
fice, $S yin : the imperial sa. 
crifice, "^^ changja ; to cut 
off sacrifices, i^ fl|Q Ueue 
sz^; a sacrifice ofiered at the 
gate-way, j^ tuy ; a sacrifice 
for blessings, |S tow, |^ 
how ; a sacrifice ofiered where 
an army halts, |^ ma ; a sacri- 
fice ofiered on putting ofi* 
mourning, j^ t'han ; a sacri- 
fice for averting calamity, |^ 
kwei, §!( yen. 

To SACRIFICB, ^IHBtw^' 
szi, jjjg ko^ jjp hwuy, fl ^ 
keiktse, K ^, |^| tsze; to 
sacrifice to the Supreme, 
Jt, ^leftshangt^, JR __ 
^ Jt ^ Bz6 haou t'heen 
shang t^, : to sacrifice to the 
hills, ^ H^ kwei he^n, ^ 




Kl^;&^:fe|l|lefiyat'hae 
san, §1 Wang ; to sacrifice to 
the spirits of the deceased, jj^ 
Jfe A 8ZC "een j?o ; to sacri- 
fice to ^aven, ^ ^ tt6 
t'hS^n, JK! to sacrifice 

to spirit8i» H) ts^ shin, ggj 
*^w««KA«z6kweJ,j|Bii[| 
sz^ shin ; to sacrifice to the 
road, ^ 1^ ts6 lo6, ^ ^ 
tsob ta6u ; to sacrifice to the 
spirit of the road, when about 
to take a journey, H pa ; to 
sacrifice at the tombs, ^^ 
tse saou ; to sacrifice to the 
spirit of a wood, p yang ; do. 
to a hill, ^ kwei ; to sacrifice 
to conjointly gg ^ p'hef 
heang : to feast upon a sacri- 
fice, g| low; to sacrifice to 
the spirits of heaven, K| lay ; 
elephants are sacrificed for the 
sake of their teeth, ^^j^ 
^ U scang wef ch'hi fun 
shin ,* to sacrifice one's life, ^ 
^ ch^ mi'nfif, ^ -^ shay 
^i^Si ^ IS keuen k'heu. 

Sacrificer, ^ ^ tse 
chob, ^ ^ tse chay. 

Sacrificial paper, |^ ^ 
choo tsedn, JQ ^ yuSn pabu, 
^ ^ ^ i^in yii^ che : sacri- 
ficial vessel, ^ tsoo, ^ tow^ 
^^ ho6 le^n ; sacrificial 
garments, j^3X szce; do, 
fiesh, m hoOy fj^ fan, ^ shin; 



SAD ' 1 1 

nacrificinl ox, ^ -^ lie new. 
Iljl^ hn yang ;clo. animal, ^ 
Mn^i^sliin ; sacrificial imple- 
ments, §§ Beu ; sacrificial vea* 
■ele. ^ ffif P^n tow, Jtl H 
tfloo t6w. ^ tang ; sacrificial 
meat, ^ ^ fan jah, ^ |JEf 
shin been. 

Sacrilegp;, |^^^^ 
seS lOh slii'ng wQh,^ ^ ^ 
Wt^i^ seg tSh shi'ng sb 
che tfltSy. 

Sacristan, ^ ^ ^ 
klian tang chay, ^ ^ 2^ 
kwiln tang chfLy, ^ ^ i^ 
^ chan^r tang che s;!e. 

S«n, 1^ chiih, W cbung, 
fft t^ mil yiih, 1!^ tseaoa, 
^ ^ vew tsew, ^ ^ yew 
miin, "1^ ehim, -fig tnn, ^ 
pine, P 1^, =S| vans, fg 
k'han, Ig knn;r, ^ siiS, ^ 
W ynon yni't. 1^ IrcnnT. ' 
^ tsahn. M ^"i. ^^. 
vpw (BftTli, ^ u^ ETfio cliae, I 
^^ lrpiineke,nn;T ; how sad ! | 

SFf ^ M Jo^ '^'^ "' = ** "*'' 
countenance, Q ^ ^ PS 
nth yftng tecn tiien, f pj ijfy ^ 
^ mSin toa yew yfinsr. 

To8ADnRN,-gg:^^^^ 
sh^ pilb tszi jgn, ^ ^ chj 
yew. 

Saddle, 1^ |9S gan chan, 
§§ (^ ma pan, |£ gan ; aod- 
dlc-ba£«, f^ (o ; a saddle- 



14 SAG 

cloth, ^ ^>"^<< l^> IS in 
gan (seen, j^ chan ; a aadtlle- 
fltand, ^ ),lh. 

To 3 A DDLS a horse, MS u! 
J: ^ ahang gan, ^ ^ p'hg 

SADNBas.^ji;^^ yew sin, 
^ ^ yw k'hri, (^ ^ mllQ 
k'h«, AS> ^ flin mail. 

Suff:, 3f ^ ffnnn wan, 
^ f3 <:fi<*o l">i>i ^ ^ gnan 

gnlin ning, 3f ^ gnan lang : 
very iifB, S ^ kelli I'lih, ^ 
© m Uns, WM}'^ 
tang ; far from safe, 3k ^ fl® 
han pijli wan. 

SvFE, nlace of dfifence, pf 
keae, ^ fewci, ^ e ; aafe- 

Safely guarded, ^S @ 
kiing koo. 

Sapplower, IEICtH I'Qn? 
hwa. 

Safprow, (crocnn.l ^ jjjf 
^fanlianghwa,^:^ ^t 
fan hwa hflne ■ wild do. sa^'t- 
taria, Ul j^ ^ sati taza 
koo, H^ kwei. 

SiOACioua,^^! ling W, 

mlng. 

. SAGACrTV, U" i^ fc< 
kjheabu, fi^ ^ jiiy mtng, ^ 

Saoe, ^ ^ shi'ng jIn, ^ 



fiAI 



1115 



SAK 



^ fno ijBzh; sage and wigcj^^ fiTlftl woo hwa k'hb 
men, ^ ^ shfn? been ; (hejshwS; said nothing, ^ f^ 
sage's school, ^ f^ shrn? 1!^ puh tso shing, yf\ Jjj 

pp p&h ch'hiih shing. 

Sail, ^ fin, ^pflngj Uio 

sail of a boat, ^^ pun ; do. made 
l^-ffi: ;^filBwan 8h6 Che I of reed, :^ heang, "ffi I^ ; to 
sze, "ET m! )^ 65 P* 8*^^ ! spread one's sail, ^ l{|( yfing 




mfin ; the sages planned it, 

^ ^ ^ shing jtn mo6 che ; 
sa^ or teacher of all antiquity, 



chesze. ^ 5S 7^" shini? ; the fan, fl^ fan, ^ ^ la p6ng, 
instnicfor of myriads, fjg, ^^ ^ 5^ k'lie pung ; to hoist do. 
;^^^yTh (aou die keun sze; ^^^{^ pflng ; to take in sail, 





(he sages of antiquity, 'g|( 
tseen sew ; the sa^e is the head 
of Ills species, ^ ^ J\ f^ 
^ "^ fehing jIn jia liiy che 
show. 

Sage, a plant, ^ 1^ tsze 
ke. 

Saoft.tkr, ^ ^ shing 
"^^n^, )^ ^ j ay shfng. 

SAoiTTARiA,or arrowhead, 
Jiff ts%e koo. 

Sagittarius, the constella- 
tion, ^* ^1^ low suh, or ^ 
if^ kA sQh ; two stars in do. 
^ iS t'hpen ke. 

Sago, -J^ ;^ 5^ ^ha kiih 
m\ @§ ^ se mb, ^ seang, 

Said, fg kae ; the said 
foreigners, ^ ^ kae g ; the 
said officers, ^ ^ kae yuSn ; 
the said prisoner, ^ ^ ka® 





7^ ^ hea pfln^. ^ ^ 18 

Pfin?» % 1^ •!!>& 01 show 
shth fan pQng. 

To sail, j||[ h&ng, ^ sIA; 
to sail fast, j^ # tl^ tshw 
tih k'hwa^ ; to sail in a boat« 
"^ hang ; to sail along, 
p'he ; to sail along shore, 
yugn. 

Sailing upon the wind, ^^^^ 
^ peaou yadu ; sailing-vessel, 
^ II chow tseth, itt^ ^ 

fan chwan, W M Sf Y^ng 
pung chwan. 

SAiL-CLOTH,||f^^ftn po6. 

Sailor, "^ ^ ^ shwii^ 
shbw jTn.l^ ^ shaou jln, 

Satnt, holy person, ^ \ 
shfng jTn, ^ ^ chin jIn. 

Satnt-maby-hbrb, ^^ 
(sze king; Saint-John's-wort, 
^ ^ gan leu, ^ ^ gan 



fan ; he said, fg; J^ shw6 leu, ;J^ ^ ^ scabu IcSn 



keaou. 
Sakb, for the sake of, ^ 





taou ; it was said, 

shwo choj nothing to be said 



SAL 



1116 



SAL 




^ yin wei ; for the sake of the 
belly, 1^ ^ we( fuh ; for the 
sake of proeperity, 1m ^w 
^fwef iBzksun k&; for the 
sake of praise, j^^^ ^ 
h jndvL mtng y& ; to sacrifice 
one's life for the sake of right- 
eousness, ^^l^vlshay 
sing tseu i. 

SAKTA,(a name of Buddha,) 
^ sbih kga ; the god 
Sakya,5i^g6teshA. 

Sal-ammoitiac,^ il^lob 
sha. 

Salamandkr, y^ Q hb 

gfB hb mo6 shay. 

Salad, ^ ij^ sang ts'haj, 

Salary, ^^P^ '^"S ^^^ i 
to deduct do. fQ '^fafung; 
i^^ [Miy do. Sj ^ che funir, 
"'^kelhfane, W&h,^ 
k&h liih, jS heYh : salary 
of a teacher, J^ ^ n'hfnir 
kin, ^ i^ 8{ih kin. ^ ^ 
sew kin, ^ j|^ gftb sew ; sala- 
ry of a government officer, 
3f 1^ yang leftn; salary 
•^J'Wj m /^ l^h che ; to study 
for the sake of salary, ^ tfL 
7 j^ we( hed kan liih. 

Salk of commodities. ^P[ 
49 s^Aou show ; for sale, QJ 
y ch^h&h mac^ ff ^ mae 
•h'hah, H ^ mae ho ; no 




sale, y^^^ puh seaou ; public 
sale, ^«^ ming t6w mao^ 
^ ^ ;^ i|| ch'huh ma6 che 
sze. 

Saleable; ^ W 6^ k'hb 
ma^ teihi 9 (# % M 'n^ 
tih y^w kSa ; saleable goods, 

fl )|P fa k'hib. 

S ALES MAN, ^^ ^ chwang 

SalicariAj^JJSS^®*'* 
kwab ts'ha^. 
Sauent, |^ip|§^ t'heaou 

wob telh. 
SALiifE,^#J|!lRft^y^w 

y6n we{ teth, p( ban. 

Salisbvria, adianti folia, 
^$ ytnhang, l^jft pih 

kwb. 

Saliva, t^c m5, ^ sedn, 

t'ho, ^ Bgen, ^ t'ho, ^ 
t«ze, ^ yen. P ^ k'hbw 
8hw{iy, U ^ k'bbw sSdn, ^ 

JK fin yT^. 

Sallow, fj « hwang 
shTh ; a sallow face. §|^ ban, 

Bflan, fflHilB^ «^^ 
hwang firh btb. 
To SALLY fortb, ^ {q 

chwang ch'hfih, 3^ a{ t&h 
ch'hiSb. 

Salmon, fSfk k«uS, HB 
J^ ma yen yfl. 

Salt, g| y^n, S l^o^. H 
lob, J3| wel, M wan,0f Jang; 



«AL 



1117 



SAL 



to mix with salt, ]£[ koo ; na- 
tona 0ftlt| 91^ yin lob; ealt- 

i»"i IE kob, 1^ t y£ 

chftiig ; salt merchant, g| ^ 
ytn sbaog: a salt junk, fi|)^ 
jg hang ; salt pond, 4 •'^i 

■1 TT y^n tsing ; coarse salt, 
|^fi|[lwao y6n; to boil down 
nit, 1^ seaou ; bitter salt, ^ 
ktiob yto ; sweetish kind 
rfd©- I^SI * y^»* J « salt 

I^Bgf tfii kang; crystals of 

Salt, briny, ffikeen, ^ 

bwao, jig tso ; a salt taste, yg 
kan; a salt bitter taste, 

king* ii^ chen, |§ k€en, ^^ 
k'han ; very salt, ^ k.in ; salt 

fi»h, iU ^ Job ya ^ J 

iiSen yfi ; salt land, ^ ^_ 
Chun lob, ^ lob, ^ selh, 
^ lob, Ji; )M chih lob, ft 
lobk'hob,Hf han; saltmeat, 

, - gan, 11^ f& g»« j"'^ I »alt 
duck eggs, rtfe fli ^ ^" y* 
tan ; salted vegetables, 
heen tslia^ ; too salt, 

kw6 been ; salt-cellars, 

^ y<n p'hfln tsz^ ; salt, briny ' 
witters, ip^ yen ; salt taste, 
^ heen we( ; salt water, 
;^ heto shwuy. 
To SALT, li yin, Qf yen, 




hSayto, jfnM kfo 









yto. 

SALTI8H,||hgto,Hlp'een, 

HkSen,0f tse; salted prunes, 
1^ gif mei choo. 

Saltpbtrb, ^ seaoa, |f^ 
$|[ p5 seaou ; refined sallpe- 
^ yC B^fi^' bb ming seaoui 
saltpetre works, i^ 1^ seaou 
chaog. 

Salts, (purging,) =£ Ig 
mang seaou ; Glauber's salts, 
^ ^^ ^ heuftn mlng An. 

Salvation, ^ ^ ^ 
kewjlncbesai,^jjf;^ 
k^w shiih che sze ; the salva- 
lion of souls, MtSU^^ 
(Ing hwan che k^w. 

Salubkious, ^ db jjji 
shwuy t'hob habu, db ^ ^ 
2p t'hob k'hi hd ping. 

Salve, ^ ^ kaouvS. 

Salvbr, ^ ting, ^ tang. 

Salvia, ^ ^ tsze U. 

Salutation, on meeting: 

ts'hing gnan che ya 

To sALiTTB, ^ pai ; to sa- 
lute with the palm of the band, 
yl chae ; to salute with fold- 
ed hands, j^l ^ king keojn, 
^ ^ kdng shbw ; to salute 
on parting, ^ 9|) kdng pgS ; 
to salute, or wish happiness to 
a friend, |^ ^ u'hing gnan i 
to enquire i^ter do. 0j| jj^ win 



SAM 



1118 



SAN 







gnan, ^ j^ wan how . to 
convey good wiabes, ^ 
ch6 e ; to salute or invite, 
yaou ; he raised liis goblet and 
sainted the bright moon, ^ 

W^ S ^ H keii pei yaou 
ming yuS ; to salute sujx^riors, 
r. pae shanpr. 

Salute, §j| lig ba6u p'oou. 
aS kfng p'liaou ; to fire do. 

. I9E ^ ^°S '^^'^" p'baou. 

Samabcand, ^ JH Mi ^ 
sa ma firb ban. 

Same, [^ ^ tung van- 
IW W^ tfing pwaii, — ^ yib 
y^"& ill *^wan, ^ kwaii, ^ 
1^1 cb'b/uv (uiig ; same; ajje, 
flp^^iicen tangcliay, (^ 
ip» (ung neeii ; saine day, ^{j 
H tscc jib ; the same, [h] lun r. 
same sort, ;fP ^ seang tang, 
m jli Ifii.g luy, — ;S yib 
pwan; same disjHisiliuii, fs] 
t&ng tsing ; same uame, 
^ tflng ming; not tbe 
same, ^1^ P^^-b lung; tbe 
same as before' ]p^ ^ e kew, 
ijj^ png kdw, ig g^ jIn 
ise^n, Bj^ 3c ^^'••'^o" seen, 5 

:3^ ""^l^ '*^*^" ^^'^ y* yang: 
all tbe same, "Q* ^ keae jOn, 

^Mwod firb; it comes to 

the same thing, ^ — • kwei 

yth. 

Sample, ig^ ^ ydpg tszfe, 

|t| iwin ; for a sample, f^ ^ 




OP 



■^ tso yang tsze ; sample^of 
cloth, Hlfe ^-^ po5 yang 
tsze ; sample chests of tea, :^ 
^ yang seang ; like tlie sam- 

P'^i M ^ '^ chaou yang 
( sze, ^ ^ tiiy pan ; not like 

tbe sample, ^ Hfl wl P**** 
cha^Su yang. 

Sanci\n, Island of, ^^ 
1^ san chow tang. 

•Sanctification, ^? IRt 
^ ^ kee tsing che sjje. 

To KAN<;iiFv, to cleanse, 
^Bi§^i^ch6 weltsang 
Uce, It^ j!^ se Uing ; to make 

^^^J) ^ ^ IM ^ ^'^ ^^^ 
sbing sbeu ; to set a{Kirt for 

sacred uses, f^ ^ ^ M 

obe wel sbfiig yung, ^^ ^ 

^ ^ ^ tjb } ling wei shiiig 

sze. 

To SANCTION, ^ ^J tmg 

'^, ^ ^ ^>ng kwei, i ^ 
lelii fa. 

Sanctuarv, is ^ shing 
so. 

Sand, ^ leib, g? sha, J|? 
-^sba tsze; floating sands, 
^ l^w sha ; sea sand, ^ 
hoe sha ; course sand, >pi 1y 
ts'hoo sha ; fine sand, ^ m5, 
j^ ^ s6 sha. 

Sand-bank, j^ tlian, 

tac, §Sf ^ 16 ise, ^f)f slia 
yen, j>>' ^ sha se^n, ^^p ^ 
sha tan. ^ '(l^ ba^ tseaou. 





SAN 



1119 



SAP 





SaHDtHILL, j^ gow, 

<*»nR^)ft shat'hiiy. 

Uiy; high-toed sandals ,^gaog; 
slraw sandals, Jg^ kc5, 1^ ke5,' 

" S^ ^ «e> Mf^, ^ kelh, 
gpah i^, ^^p&h selh, 
^4|e (^u head ; like tbrow- 

Sawav a pair of old saodalSy 
li&fiKyftwk'hi^s^ 
to put off one's sandals, )^]^ 
t'h«8^ 

Sandal-wood, (white) |^ 
H pXh tan, ^ cban ; yellow 
do. ^ ^ bwang tan ; com- | 
moD sandal -wood, ^ 7^ tan 





Sanguine, ardent ^J J^ 
Ie«lee,^l|(|hb8fng,ft 
sfng kelii ; plethoric, ^ 

to heue k'he teih, jfe 
^ heuS mill t'ha^ to. 
Sanguis orba, Jq ^ te 
7AtKI&<^bodch6w. 

Saku4£drim, ^fc r :^ 

^ ^ 'fr tselh shih chang 
labu che hwuy. 

Saniclr, ^| Jg 7^ «aa 
kin tsai. 

Sanity, ^ ;^ ping gnan, 
?H^ ^ wo6 yang ; saniiy of 
mind. @ ^ isze t*«ae. 

Sanscrit, language, ^^^ 



!2Sh»fel # lan hcang, |^ ' fkn y^ri, ^ |f fan yii. 



Sap, ff y^ chih shwuy ; 
sap of a tree, ^ 'Tt* '^'^ 
chih ; do. of the mulberry tree, 
1^ ^ ^ ^ sang che tsin 
mth ; sap flowing out by the 

side,^ ^ ^ th J^ )Th 



Q[ tsze tan; red sandal-wood, 
^fll Chen tan, j^^t^ 
tan ; a sort of sandal- wood, ^ 

]£ tsin p'h«, ^ J"»S- 

Sandarach gum, ![£ ^ 
|§ t'hob sftng che. 

Sandt dbsbrt, 2^^ sha ' pang ch4i{|h. 
m5 ; sandy ground, ^ f^ sha ' To sap, a wall, ^ 
ti ; the sandy »hore, 3^ g sha 

in««n;wndysoil,5^jt sha 
t'hob, JS* ch'hin ; the sandy 

l^h W iK •ha le. 

SAWD.piPER,^j||yangke. 

SANGiriNARy, cruel, ^ ^ 
tsin jin, :ft 1^ ^ t'han sha 

TIj ^ heung pa6u, ^ ^ 
tsan hae ; a sanguinary battle^ 
]§[ m^ heuS ch^n. 




wa 




tseanff ; to undermine, Jjfc^ "JC 
^ j[, t^ bea wa k'hfing. 

Sapaxwood, i(g^ 7f^ soo 
muh, |J3C ^ 800 pang, 
800 muh ; a sort of, j^ 
soo pang mah. 

Sapience, ^^ tsaS ch^, 
7f ^ isad he5, ^ ^ ch6 
shlh. 

Sapient, -^ ^ ^ 
yew tsaS che telh) ^ yj* 

Tt 




SAR 



n-yj 



SAT 



beta ch«, ^ ^^^ ' "'^S 
ti telh, ^ ^^ \ uae 

che che jin. 
Sapittdcs 





ABBCPTLS. TK i 

J£ of m*^b hwau shoo ; 
Sapiiidus Japonica; or soap- ! 
berry tree, ^ ^ woo j 
hwan, ^ ^« @ woo hwau 
■boo. 

Saplixc, ^«8a^, ^ ^: 
seabu shod. j 

Saporific, ^^2 yew' 

wei taou. 

Sapphibe, ^^pih yuh. 

Sappt, ^ -H* to chih ; 
weak in intellect, {^ ^ no 

Sarcastic lancpiase, 

ling Jnh jln che yu. 

Sarcasm. §^$ij :?hw6 tsze I 
Sarcenet, ^^ ^ chow j 

ling wan. #[= pang, i^ ts6. 

Sarcomatous 8welHng,^g 
I6w,^^ HS 'ew chun?. 

Sarcophagus, ^ ^]I shih j 
k5, {^ k5. 

Sardan, a fish, ^ J^ tsin 
yfl. 

Saros, of Ihe Chaldeans, 
— * ;^ y^h chang, 

Sarkapakii.la, j|:|9ll ^ij 
kill kan'4 is;cc. 







S ASH; or iic.^ia^,^ 
.2be uze ; sash or girdle, 
•-ben, « ^ cben tae, j& 
cbdb, ^ chub. |^ fab, 

he, f^ ^««>;j- $J> kin, 
Kin. ^ shin, ^ lae, ^ 
heaag ying. ^^ Iwau, {|^ 
hwuy.^^ isec iu|h. \j^ 
™^ ^fl $Z poo keaou, ^ m^, 
f^u^unJ^Le,gyuen, ^ 
show, p||)an. ^ ^ pwan 
tae ,- an erabroidered sash. ^^ 
kwan, fj^ I5; sash] for ihc 

^'"'» ^ # yaou tae, ;^ g| 

so yaon (?ie. 

Satax, j^ I^ si lan, JfJI 
_s:ay 106, ^ ^ go lelh, 
^ ^ ^i^y telh. 

Satcubl, f^ chTl), ^ 
kelh ; to shoulder one's sat- 
chel and go to school, ^ 
W ^ foo ke:h tsung sze, 
^ pwan chih, ^ ^ pwan 
nang, W^? ^boo (ae, "ff |^ 
fang t^, 9 yd, FT ^ klibw 
tae, flj ^5 poo tae. 

To SATE, ]^ J£, y^n tsQh, 
fg k'helh pabu, % ^ 
kelh mwan. 

Satellite) |^ i^ tsun*; 
k'hSw, ^ ^ seabu sing, |3§ 
^ isung sing, ^ yue ; a 
follower, ^ \ tsfing jin. 

To satiate, ^ JHch'ung 
mwan. 

Satiatejj, g,Y hcii, 







SAT 



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SAT 




^ pabu shTh, ]^ 7^"* 
pftbu y^n, g^ yen, ^y«n, 

^ ^ « ya, ftt ffi i£ 

m ch'hung mwan; ro he 
satiated in mind, ^ f^l A 
IS? ch'liung mwan jin sin, ^ 
Jq^ che UQh ; to eat to satiety. 
^M«hthyen,n^ fgk'eih 
pabu, f^ yaou ; in eatinor do 
not seek satieiy, ^ >fC ^ 
f^ shlh piih kAw paba. 

Satin, ^ te, ^ j^ wo 
twan ; a satin gown, ^ fg 
fe p'hacu. 

Satire,^] tsz<, ^ tsz^, 
|8[^fung koon. 

Satirical,^ # \ IW 
haou seaoujin teth, jj^r^^^ij 
^ 1^^ habu ke tsze jin teTh : 
satirical poem, |||[ $)J fnncr 
tBze, Ht!^ fnnfir ke^n, gin 
k^. fung^ |l[ 1^ tsz^ ke, ii 
t^eaon, ^ gj^ ke tseaon. ^ 

k^ p'hing. 

To SATIRIZE, |g fung, 1^ 
J)] ke tsze, f)^ tsze ; to sati- 
rize in a slight degree^ ^ J^ 
wei peen. 

Satisfaction, ^ I't^ hin 

•^'n* li ^ ts^je'tih, A!> ifi^^ 
sin tsfih : amends made, ^ 

3^ pob shuh che 




knng foo;to feel satisfaction, W 
^ k'hwan wei', j^ J^ che 
tsuh. 

To SATISFY hunger, ^K 
HL ch'hung ke, ^ S ya 
ke ; to satisfy the human mind 

55 ?i| A /Cl^ chliung mw4n 
jin sin : to satisfy for an offence, 
^ ^ ^ pob shiSh tsiiy ; to 
make amends for, |^ ^ po6 
hwan, 5g ^ pel pob ; satisfy 
my desires, ^ ^ j^ shili 
gnb yuen. 

Satisfied, ^ ^ p6 yu 
W & y^" ^uh ; the ear is 
satisfied with listeninsf to the 
delights of flattery, ^ ffi ^ 
^ <i ^ ^^^ pabu tsfing 
y& che shw5; to be satisfied 
with one's^elf, ]^ ^ tszi 
shTh ; the mind of man is ne- 
ver satisfied, \ t(^ "^ J^ 
jin sin piih tsfih. 

Satispikd with food, ^ 
hea, IQ pabu, |g ^ pa5u 
yaou, §11 |g ShTh pabu, ^ 
yg* . I^ yen, :^ 1^ shTh yen, 
pj kew ; he felt satisfied, 
^ ^ kd ke6 yd yft, ^^ 
heaou heaou, ^ k'hgg : 
to be satisfied, ^ keen, 
tang, Ig tstth, ^ ying, 
kew, Ipl k^ung,|i:Jin. 

To satvrate, ^ h^a, |^ 
P (sin jun, ^ yen, j^ pun, 
^]| k'hee, gUj ^ kSS hee. 






SAV 



1122 



SAY 



Saturatkd, with water, 




mtng miih 
choo joo, 




^ ch'hth, 
^ chen 




k^wpa, i^ jB??keW tsfe, 
^bwan k«^,^^k'hwan^ 

,._.., , Ww, fj: fi kew hcxS. ^ '^. 

jdn ; samrated with benevo- J ching lefi, ^ kaiigr, ^ chow, 
lerice, y^ fg ^ jtn chen h55. fi|| cliihg, ^^ ^ ching k^w, 
Satukda y. so called by the ^ chin, ^ ^ chin kew, ^ 
Chinese, |§^:;^«5 pa^ Wh: : g chin^mm^ ^ hwan, J| 
do. bf tbeRoinani8t8,^|S^ ""^ "** 




t'hob fling, 



xnfi. 



chen 1^ tselh. 

Saturn, i _ 
;^^ teen sing 

Satyr, J^ j^ 1« 
Satyrion, ragwort, |^ ^ 
]|p[ h5 teze tiiabti. 

Savage, wild, ^ yay; a 

wild man, ^ A yay jtn ; air 
uncivilized man, 55 A * 
jtn ; cruel, ^ ^ taan jin, ^ 
^^ heung pa6u ; a eavage dis- 
position, f^ ^}\n •>» ; ^ sa- 
vage tiger, @ jl^ mang 

hoo. 

Savaoks. 3E ^ aSng fan. 
Saucp, ^ t'hang; condi- 

>^«"l>|8wy^" Ueang, 1^ 
j|p- U>aou leaAu ; 0auce|)an, |j^ 
^ 6^ ^ ? teaou tsae telh 
kwan tsz^. 



ho6 ; to free from, ^ Hj 3|€ 
k<w ch'hah la6; to prevent 
from falling into evil, ^ ^ 
meen M ; to save (from purga- 
lory,) i^^ chaou to6 ; to 
save life, tS^^ ^^"^ mfng ; 

•^^ Wttf 111. 

to save the world ,JW; jSi k^w 
sh^ ; to be saved, ^ ^ hw5 
k4w ; to save on« from drown- 

ing, :;fc ^ *^ 5|tJC A^^^ 

chung ladu k6w jfn, ^ !^ 
ching neth ; to save from im- 
minent danger, i^^,Wi J^ 
Jg k6w j6n mel che keth ; to 
save one's-self trouble, ^g // 
sShj} lefh : to sav«i from wick- 
edness, |M^^^k'hwan«< 
k^w kd g5 ; to save mankind, 
adcordin? to the Buddhists, 
^i^3ft^ ts^ too chdni^ 



Saucer, g^ J^ pwan tsze, j ggng ; save and except, ^ J 
^ -^ teg tsze. 

Saucy, ^ fl] p5 la, Y^ 
^ tfy mdb le^n telh, ± ])| 
1^ ta tan felh ; sauce box, 
^HtlQA'nfib le^n telb 
jtn. 



To SAVE, ^kew, 1R^ ts^^"* 



cbo6 leahu. 

Saving of time, ^ JQ fs 

selh kwang yin ; saving, spar* 

ing, ^ seth ; to be saving of 

money, IS® se^ yln, ^ 

sang Ue6n, 'f^ ^ selh 




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SAY 





Saviour, ^± kcw chob. 

To 8AUNTKR. o^* y^W, ^ 

yew y^w,^:^gnan po-S, 

rfn M ®*" p^^ ^^^ h]t\Si 

6 lilnji^. ^^ fei, j^ ^ leaou 
fan^ yatier. ^ ^ seaou vaon, 

jgjiiowk^^gi^B 

t%dw heSti kwo jTh, ^^ 
chan^ v4ng ; to saunter about, 
i& ^ pwan y§w, •^ ^ 
dian^ yane. 

Sauwtpptwo about, ^ jf^ 

a flRiinf^rihg fellow, ^^ ^ 
ySw shbw ; strollincr about, ^ 
^ he^n poo, ^ ^- ^e h WaQg ; 
a sauuterifig craU^ ^ ^ ^ ^. 
Savour, fjS peih. 1^ 5^ 
wH itL^u ; savoury, ^ jin, Jf|! 
hi-an?. 1^ ^ beun hean« 

^ 5iC ^^^ ^ci' J savoury food, 
^ sew, ^ sew, ^ ^ tsiff^ 
Bew, :^ heaou, ^^ ^ Ice 
leang, ^ ^ diin ahen, Ijj!^ 
^ peTh h"ang ; a savotjry 
taste, gg ^ tsze wei, ^ 
^ f ^w wef ; savoury herbsi 
j^ ^1^ keun heiih. 

Saw. ^kpu, |^^ kcu 
t3ze, it ^ IS 6 t'hed yg 
tfloo yn ; the teeth of a saw, 
Dg ^ keu ch'hb. 

To SAW, if& keu ; to saw 




t wood, ^ >|C keu mBh ; to 
saw asunder, ^ ^ keu k'hae; 
to saw in tA'o, ^ ^ keu 
twan ; to saw in two as a 
punisbmeut, ^ f^ keu keae ; 
to saw boards, ||g |g keu 
pan. 

SAW-nrST, TJC 0| mfih si, 
I 5fe 3^ keu ni5 iazh. 

Sawyer, $1^ ^ ^ A 
la keu teih jin ; sawyer's frame, 
^ma. 

Saxtfraga samentosa, y^ 
J^ ]^ labu hob orh ; saxifra* 
ga aurea, ^ ^ tsabu ts'hai. 

To 8AV, ll^ shw^ ^ 
kgang, H chljinft |g |^ 
ch'hinsr 8hw5, Iff tS ^h'hin^ 
taou, ]||t vug, 5 yfln, ^ k^ 
# y^n, ^ tszfi. M t^^e^, ISt 
IJf shw5 hiB^i, 1^ ^ 8hw5 
taou, ^ yu5 ; one says, — 
yih 3011^ : I have «0Tn«^(Wn5 

^^ 8ayi f^ ^ n^ fftgno 
yew hwa shw6, ^ ^ y^w 
w^f: nothing to say, ||S 
^ wod sb wei ; say nol, _^ 
f^ man shw5; to say a lesson, 
i© ^ nefen sRoo, ^ § pef; 
shoo ; to say by heart, ^SL W^ 
fung shoo ; say to him, ^ ^ 
7^ ka(Su 8o6 t'ha ; say it again, 
^ IS! ^»« Bhw5; to say 
right, ^ ^ JU 8hw6 tlh 
habu, IE ^ & 8h w5 tlh Shi ; 
Confucius said, ^ ^ tsz^ 




■^ *^ »^ 



H2t 



SCA 





ifj^ y^ %h •»uy : i^. can ->» 
«»^: ^ # ^ k€iaz I h 

06b y?i. |j^ ^ yen yen ; an 
oH tayin^ 1^ ^ ^"^ Ja. 
ScaV ^cha IB*^ k^a 

cl.a, 1^ ^'^•^JS ^ ''^^ 
cliwan?, |5l ™ ke* ^^^^ * 

Hrv fcab. Ijz ^ k*" '^^•'^ ^ 
^ pei k-a, ?*i^ yane. ^ ^ 

rhwan?fci, ^|«i, ^ yc": 

^'""^^ ^ P'*'!. i|^ seaoii, ^1 
•'•^oii. y^ ^ taon ««»anu, ^ 

j|^ k*f^n fl^noii. ^P^^r waon 
luz^jjigghtlKjf^^'Haou, ^ 
tnH. ^ shflh. '^'^ ^ foo jaou. 
^j peaoii. ^ 1^ pe cfi« •. the 
swonl ^onq out of the srabhard. 

77 35 ^H ^®^" ^^^'^'^'^ seaoii. 
ScAn»iNKsfl,^kea^, ^ 

kene. 

SfAnv.v. ^iK^^ kaoii laoii. 
Hr ^ ^^ y?.w km© tcth, ^ 
^ 6^ «Hnsr k«^»<5 teTh ; Hcnhhy 
heml ^^ pe, 1^ sijbn, ^ ^ 
tnh chwani;. 

Scahiowa, rF!^^ yBh 
k6w hwn. |Jl ^ ^ nan keae 
ts'hacS jg:fgfanhwa. 

ScAFPorn for builders, wf 
JL*".^ W/I '^ pSng chin, 1^ 
IK Pii^E l^'^ : ^1)0 scaRblding 



r4>e a »:affjii.n/. ^ |[^ ta 



Scald, ^ffl t'hanffp'ann. 
5t^ Lvaoa : a scald head. 







t«raoa t"h6w. 

To SCALD off hair =. ^ ^ 
-^ t'huy tsin maou. 1^ gfen : 
to sca[d wiih hot water, |^ 

^ ;^ ^ j^ shwcy yfih 
shane: he scalded his hand, 
fKf ^ ^ t'hane cho show. 

Scale of merit. T/J ^ 
kiinsr kb ; scales, (balance) 5^ 
^ t'heen plngr : small «cales, 
yp -^ cbing" tsze. ^ ^ tang 
t!>ze : the dish of a balance, 
tTSS ^'^'n^ pwan : scales of 
Icprons subjects, j^ teen : a 
s'-ale, or graduated scries, P^ 
i^ keae k^Th : scales of fish , 
^ kea, P ^ lln kea^, 6^ 
Wyfikea. .^^yailn, ^ 
^ 1ln k^a ; scales wide apart, 

Tofl'^^f^' <^** walls of a 
town, ^^^ tang ching 
tseang. 

SCALINO-LADDFR, $q 

kow hwan, i^:^ yfln t'hft, 
|6) :|:^, kow t'ha. 

ScAT.FNr. triansrle, 
3§ S 13 1^ P"h tang pecn 
f san kedh'ing. 

ScALLiovs, §g ^ kcw 





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SCA 





tB'hai, ^ S isuo kae, 
kew • wild do. ^ yah, 
•fen, |1| 2IM san kew ; a kind 

— 1 J -IIP 

of Bcallions, ffl ^ tsoo vu 
m koo, gg heae, |^ seen ; 
garden do. 25 ^ kew tsa^ ; 
water do. ^ gg shwuy kew. 

Scaly tribes, ^ ^ llQ 
^^K"^ ]^ shwuy tsuh. 

Scammony, ]^ ^ seucu 
hwa. 

To SCAMPER, like a wild 
•^^^j 1^ ^ ^^ow tsbw, ^ 
kcue, ^^ keue, ^ t'ha, Jg 
hwah, 1^ ^ ieeii chucii ; 10 
Bcaniper away, )^ tun ; do. 
like a rat, ^ ^ sliob tswau ; 
to scamper away like a hure, 
^fo6, ^ f)'hun, ^ chuen. 

To SCAN, l^te^ se ch'a»lS]' 
^^ ^^ k'lib bew ciie sze. 

Scandal, disgrace 

/^ ^ ^^" J2'* c'^*' sze ; re- 
proach, St ^ ;$! |§ clift juh 
die yu ; bad example, ^ ^ 
/^ ^ ch'how go che yang, 
it Al7^,lajinhing g6. 

To SCANDALIZE, {52 A. ^Sl' 

jf5 1^ shh jin e firh k'he, |^ 
A >&^ 1^ been jin yu tsuy. 

Scandalous, 1^*^^^ 
k'hb sew wo6 chay ; scandal- 
ous affair, |^ ^ ch'how sz^. 

ScANDENT plant, ^g ]^ 
man tsabu. 

ScANDALtCA, 



go Ian tsae. 

Scant, ^ebabu, ^|>seabu; 








sparmg, ^ sang. 

Scanty, narrow, 0(^ ^J> 
heS seabu. 

Scapula, ^ «^ keen 
kwiSh, ^ pd. 

ScAKj-^ han,|^ pan 
pa ban, J^teaou, ^ 
pwan cha, ^ jg shang ban, 
% 'S Strang uelh, ^ ^ 
cbwang pwan, fl^f yin, ^ gan, 
^jff hantseib, ^^ cha, ^ 
cha ; do. ou a horse's back, ^ 
^ pwan k'he. 

ScARAB^us, species of, J^ 
^ hwang chung ; large do. 
green buck, WJ]^^ l^h p^ 
seaiig ; scarabseus carnifex. 
^ she ch&ng. 

Scarce, Jg kin, :|^ he, ^ 
4) he shabu, g liin, ^ ^^ 
he Ian, =p ^ ban y^w ; 
scarce, in tiie market, ^ ^ 
|§^ tub baug teih, ^ r|| tQb 
sh^. 

Scarcely, 
kang telb, 

able to see, 
sufficient, g| 








i^ll^kang 
tsae ; scarcely 
kwei ; scarcely 

ki'n kow. 






Scarcity, year of, ^ ^ 
hwang nef^n, ^ ^ heung 
neen, f^ ]^ ke hwang. 

To SCARE, H^gp king hth; 
to frighten to death, ^^ 
hlh sha. 



9cAREcaow, 1^ luh, ^ 
^ cb'hdw I'bdw ; a scarecrow 
for frigbtening away birdi, 

g^ boo peabu. 

Scarlet, ^ j^T olioo 

hQng Bih, ^ ^ tselh han^ ; I 
flcoilet cloLhes, ^ ^ bcuen 
Bhang, I 

Skatb, ice shoe, ■^ ^ 
plug heafi, 8Q :^ (j^ pn"" 
ping beo^ ; skate fiih. '^ ^$ 
gtl'waDgpooyfi, ,^,^Blm 

"^- a, I 

To SCATH, Lo dama^, ^ 
ha^. ! 

ScATHLRaS 
TOSCATIE 

sa, ^ ^ f"n 

''''■ne, tilLS P'liaJ nan, 
cboo, ^P^l( hwiiy sdn, & 
hwufBha, ^liwuy, j^rne, 

I ISi iH "ha, i!]^ 
, jQng, ^ be. :^^| 

. ,^ *,«« 

fla p'bfi, % sS, )^ pwan, M; 
k'heu, ^fla, ^j^ s«,J| ^| 
Bbea Ig, p^ kea\ ^ ^ yuS 
Ban ; to scatter aa seed. ^ p6> 
nSi S ^^ cbung ; to scatter 
stories, "^ hsuen, ^ aa, ^ 
^ Ban T^R ; to scatter flow- 
«n, j^ ^ Ban hwa ; to scat- 





ter and lose, ^ 3!^ Ban shih, 
^ sae ; to scatter rice, jg^ >f^ 
Same; to scatter aa duBt, f^ 
p'faoo. 

SCATTBRSD, ^J hwuy, QP 

i^ Ian aan, (^ mei, ^ jaou, 
jif rS Ian man, ^ g| cbe 
le,t^^»'h6, ^i^ahoosan; 
Bcalterud about, ^ ^ p^ 
t hai»g. ^ ^ aan ylb ; scot- 
V-T.il abr.iad, St hI I^w Id, 
^^ ling 15, ligll UpeS, 
^|iaiSk'f,a.,||i:l6.an» 
P^^ 8ze san : atjattered about 

^°i 1^ @ °^^ '^ -^ t Bca' ^rc<l 

i-o"gi.«, St^SLS »" 

8Z0 Iwaii anang ; scutlercd 
clou>l8,:^^yan fuo; scat- 
tered lin.a ilie Btais, ^ ||J^ 
ejng t«en. 

Scene, of a play, ^ ch«, 
^ ^ h6 tag ; a moTcable 
scene, ^ ^ ^ ^ h^j 
tselh moo isz^. 

ScBNT, ^ ^ heaog b'b^, 
# 5i$ beang we, ^ b^w, 
^ wiili ; a scoRl bag, ^ ^ 
t)eang ta£;tbe scent of Bowers, 
f^ ^ bwa beang ; its scent is 
like Uie Lao flower, ^ j^ 
^tJPI liS b^w jo6 Ian. 

ScEpTio,^ /£jV ^Ssin 
chay. 

Sceptical mind, ^ ^Ci^ 
Ssin. 



ScKPTRB,oiiilioriiy,^:|(5l ScHKME, h5 flflj ke lii:ai^ 
keudii pi'ng ; Oliiuem acepire, ^ ^ ke mow, y( j^ iiil>w 
rfe kwci, :^ tflh, ^ ^ kt;tw ! !«•>, ^^ shfiti, J^ {gf um fi,a\i, 
im^i, ^ kcae, J| Jlj^ lung j M yew, Wi V^^, M '«!'>. ^ 
I'hM, 5^ kuiig, ^ l.wiili, ^ I ^ kwei luow, jflU koB, ft a« 
^ cluing Wwei ; acf ptre held ] ke Uili ; Dumeioua do. Q gy 
by a king, ^ ^ chiii kwei ■ | plli kt:, ^^^^^ ''e ;(o«crit;iii« 
do. by a duke, i^ ^ hwaii ' ofier ^aili, j^-J" ^Ij slny U ; tin 
kwtu ; do. by n inurquiB, ^3E. \ exceheiil Hohume, j^ |^ 
■i'd kwei; do.byaiiearl, ^^^, uumwu ki; a tliou«ii)d Bclieiii»» 
kung kwei . au oitcient acepue, { mid deviuee, ^ "fj ^ oT 
i^R clioo, S paih, ^ ^i iseeu fang plh ke. 
kwei pelh, ^ cLuen, ^ Schehing, j'^ j;^ kl.oa 
Uwaii, ^91^ hwao ; a stoae ya,f^)S, {^ j^ ><:i> tseen. 
•ceiitre. ^ tiling, ^ cirhiih, Bchu^m ^ ^ i^ ^ *^"n 
Ife yon. ^ dihai.g, i^ k'h^ cU.. ^zi.^ U Z. ^ 
chuen, SJ^ktoe, ^auy. wei pee die eao, ^ H 1^ 

ScBEDtLE, jlj^ g leaduj^lek'Iiaecheszs. 

raall.Jift tslllll. 1 SCHlSMiTlU, ^ iM ^ 

To schbmk, ^^ch6w , ^Ij:^ hei wei pefichay. 
lelb, ^ ISl lie lob, S ^i Schistose utoiie, ^ i^ 
hwa Uih, ^ kew, f^ kow, i ^ jue ti shih. 
^ mow. ^ g£ m6w loft, j Scholak, disciple, f^ ^ 
Ip: Bwaii, g too, ^ ^1 "Liin L Loj, ($ ^ fhod le, 
king yiiig, ^ ^ too loo, P^J^muu le, P^ ^ infin 
^ lsz6, P^ wei, fm wei, , sang, " (> niuii liea, ^ ^ 
^ ^ lo6 kew, Hf ^ niflw | shoo sang, ^ t'lioo, ^ ^ 
ni6, ^ ^ ipzrt seuii, ifj ^ , Buug lioo ; ti pupil tetuis him- 
tapau;lo scheme afier fame i eilf H^ Sc wi"" sang, and 
sod gain ^ ;^ :£|J too intng ' ^ ^ heo sang ; u learned 

li, m m ■"■^ ">™; ■o;m.n,f|;^.«i,a,)tii± 

Hcbeine deeply, ^ ^ lea , P6 yay sze. "TT K ege jiii ^ 
t'heS, ^ lieueu ; >o Bclieme ' juo ; a great scholar ^ f^ 
about aOaira, ^ S^ ku szi , i ta jod ; eminent do. ^ ^ 
loacbeme afier other i>eople's sah jod; a ihoronsM K.-holai 
proiieriy-IB'^''^"' ' ^ 1^1 ^ ''""S j^^ J " famona 

U u 



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do. § w P'** ^' * ^^^^ 
•cholar, ^ ^ h«u joA ; a 

lOtteD do. 1^ M fob jo6 ; a 
petty do. ^ W ahoo jod'; 
a poor Jo. ^ 3; pin eze, ^ 




school of philosophy, ^ pq 
kea^u inftn ; an ancient school, 
¥ ^ '^^ tsung ; a hoy's 
school, 'i> ^i§ seabu mung 
kwan, :^ j^ me lin ; to open 
a school, ^ ^ k'hae kwan ; 




I han joo ; a complete scho- j to go to school, ^ ^ juli 

lar 'f^ ^ jod k'heu ; a retired ! huo ; to close a school^ at vac- 

8cholar,^B J; yin sze *, a ation, Jff ^ keae kwan ; do. 

man acquainted with books, at night, ^ ^g' sail kwan. 

W ^ \ t'huh shoo jln ; j Scmool-room, jp ^ heo 

a learner, ^ # he6 chay ; tang, ^ to, 1^ t^ho, ^shuh ; 

learner of religion, ^ ^ ^ j a school for the Imperial clan, 

kcaou t'hoo te ; a student, ^ • ^ 

^1^ neen shoo telh, ^ J^ 

sang yuen. 

Scholastic learning, (tJ 
■^ uiiy tdaS, ^ ^ niiy ^^5^ 



2 tsung heo. 

School-master -^ ^^ 

seen sang, ^ ^ |^^ keaou 

shoo teih, ^ szc ; one who 

tenches tlie classics, ^^7^ 

Scholiast, ff^^lff^ keae ^ king kwan seen sang ; to 

shoo telh, ^£ ^ ^ cho6 follow the trade of a scliool- 

shoo chay. ; master, ^ ^ she kang, -^ 

Scholium, ^ |^ keae j ^ -^ ^ peiU kang wei sang, 

shwo, ^ ^ choo keae, ^ ' ^ ^ keaou shoo. 

^shihchoo. SCHOOL-MISTHESS, ^ piff 

School, ^ ^^ heo kwan, 

mung 



^^ heOfang, ^^ heo 
tang, ^ ^ he5 hea6u, |^^ 
peth yiing, st§]g shoo kwan, 







S 




nyu sze. 

School-boy, 
tang, ^ ^ heo sang. 

Science, (acquaintance with 
shoo shuh, 3|g^ tang ' things,) ^ ch6 . perfection of 
l^u'^J^P tun^T keaou, 1^1 knowledge, g['^ che chc, 
^ pwan kung, }§S seii, §^ ^ heo wan, ^ heo ; 
shoo heen, ^ ^ hwang j science of numbers, ^f[^cf^ soo 
y"j ^ )l^ seang scu ; the he6, ^ ^;^^ swan shSh 
school of Confucius, ^^ Jft che he6 ; knowledge, jji ^^ 
™ cliunu n«* che mfin >pF ' che shih. 
Iiani^ Ian ; 





ITii 




joo kca6«i > Scientific. '^ ^ 2SC hV 



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SCO 



y^ b«i wan tgj. ff ^ 
gnan shOh, p^ ^ gnan le^n, 
5^ jfH 6^ mtng cbe telh, ^ 
Xi&A6^he6 wan kwo 
jin iGlb. 

keiih ke^n. 

Scintillation, y^ ^ Hi 
2fc^lS bb sing ch'huh la^ 
cbe maou. 

ScicENA, f^ mow, S)g kew, 

^ ^«"°g. S ^ S^ «'^'^ 
show tsung, f^ j|^ liwa loo. 

Scion, /p fljj seabu shoo ; 
scions growing luxurianlly, 
j|C i^ muh yaou. 

Sciapus, or bulrush, 
tsabu koo. ^ ^ koo tseang, 
jf$ ^ tangr isaabu ; scirpua 
tiibcrosus, ^p ^^ piih tse, ^g 

1^ ma te. 

Scissors, ^ ^ keabu 

tseen, ^ 7j keabu taou, 
sliae, 5? ^ tseen taou, JV 
t«?f»*pn tszfe; to clip with scissors, 
^ ^ tsal tstien : scissors for 
cutting: metals, ^ M t'hee 



! nabu, ^ kcang, Dj:^ te, gg t6, 
'ntntljchih t'huh, J^hunir 
jch'hoo, iKti, yiiB he 









sa, ^ ^ kc5 tse^n. 

^' he seaou, 





To SCOFF 

^ ^ woo liing, ^ ^ h^ 
Itingr, 5C ^ wan s^aon, ^ 
^ k'hft 8ea6u, ^ ^ ke 
scaou, ^ fll' seaou hwa. 

To SCOLD, j^ »^<*l^th ma, 
^chin,^heu, ^^^ ke^.n 
J^^Si # H •« ««ai^ ma, ^ 



how, g^ kee, gqp Biiy, gjg chth, 

'®) IM tcelh, i^ tseaou, 

fiic tsan tseu, j^ ma, j^ 

_ chen chow, f^Utjho chlh; 

to scold one another. ^ suy 

is H ^^^'^"^ «^ ; ^ scold a 
8l*»ve, 1^ ^ tsang ma ; he 
scolded iu a disrespeclful man* 

! "««•' ^ f$ ^ ^ Tun sdy 
piih kuner, '^ .^_[8an ma, |)^ 
I shan, ^ teen, gfc heuS ^ 
j ho ; scolding. |§^ isea ya j a 
I scolding tone, 11^ seth. 

I SCOLOPKNDRA, ^ ^ WOd 

kung J scolo|)endra electrica, 
1& jd ^ ^^^S kwang chfing. 

ScoLOPENDRiA mlnor, ^^ 
1^ kin sing tsabu ; scolo- 
pendria morsitans, j^p H^ 
ts'eth tseay, "gf S: P^b tsfih. 

Scoop, 7|C j^ muh ke6 ; a 
scoop for bailing out a boat, ^^ 
hoo ; the scoop of a valley 

y^lU^lJ^ ^^^ kuh hing! 

To SCOOP, ^^:Jg t'hcaou 
wa, ^ wa, ^ yue, m leaou, 
'^ wa, ;^ shoo, |g keuu ; to 
scoop out grain from a mortar, 
: ^ yabu ; to scoop out a hole, 
; ^^ wa k'hang : to scoop out 
the earth, '^ woo, ^ kung,^ 
i wa t'hob, m £keu5 t'hob, 
IK lg i; keue k'h^ t'bob. 





SCO It 30 8( 

ScopR. aim. /(^ (^ Rin , tbih ; i^ reckoDiog, ^f f^ 

che kf^JiuK ; genaml deeign,^^; k'he^n cha6 : on the score 
"Hf touriff ch^ ; main scopet, ^ ' friendship, ^ ^ j(j[ wei' y 
^ kang lin? : room. ^ 9|| ^^• 
b'hung ch'ho6 ; to give scope, I To bcorb, fl IB 8l ^ 
^ yew. ha ')U. 

SeoRBirs syWestrifl, ^^ Scort f., ^ ^ t'hse 
^ yftng ke tsjd^. j i"! is^u, ^ ihb t'hob : dre 

ScoRBUTfO, Ij^ ^ knoii f^ ^ cha (sze ; do. of ir< 
lanu ; a scorbutic disease, ^ j ^ ^ "^ t'hee cha t«z^. 
l^kSikea^. I To scoRif. !^ ^. k'bi 

To SCORCH, j^ tsow, fplf, ' hwdh j^ \^ ganu m^n, ! 
hffi. ij^ sha^ ^)f hin, IIS h«, ft k'hin^man, ^ ^k] 
m l^*"*^ W hin, j^l hai, iK^ fo6, !l# ft wob man, |5 ! 
hwBh m seaou fl^ te, $^ 1 seS man. 
keung. TW P^^^i j®^ tsew, ^ \ ScoRNStiixv 5^.^ ^ I 
yinsf, jf^ haoli, jflj^ fan, ^ , k'bing hw51i che maou. 
^ heuen cha, j^jj^ P'^ tsaou: Scorpio, constellation, be 




to scorch in the sun, QH keth , of, ^ ^ f&nj? siih ; heart 
W plift, ^ p'ha^^ii : scorched ; do. l(^ ^ sin siih, 
viih the snn J^^t '-on kaou, ' shun ho : tail of do. ^ ^ 

^ '^o^j 8$ '''*^'^ff Bl^ f*'^ J do. I wcl 8«h, Igi M 'unsr wH 
at the fire. ^ ^hou, <]t^ ^, ScoRptON, ^hH^, ^\ 
^ hb fa flth }^ hb, ^ j^ 8f anif het\ Jt j^ tob pTh, ! 
kinsrsz^: to pcorch (he tor- !^eke, ^i^pnh shay; 
toise, fif HP chd I'wei ; the medicine called, ^ 3{§ tsei 
frame on which it is done, hee. 

j^ te. i ScORPCBNA,^tjraou^tai 

ScoROHiNo, f^ he r pcorch- Scoundrtl, 'f^ |§ kwa 
inc heat of the sun, f}f bin. | kw^n. ^ f^ kwXn t'hod* 
^ pa6u, H^^ hingsang, ^IJC j j|$^ \t'heaoii yuen teth i 
^ Uj sba^ : scorching wea- To scoub. '^ sow, y^ ; 

^•'i 5^ l[ S ^ ^'f^^'^n k'^ fbaou sha, ^jJc ^'^a^" ^'^ 
tsaou js. to cleanse, f^ $^ ^ 

800RB, twenty, Zl -f- flrh kan tsing, ^ ^ j^ tsi 



SCR 1 131 SCR 



kan ising. ^ ]|| e Ian, |ftf ■ ^ kwn, ^ kea. ^ p'hh, ^ 

iu^i ^ 80V' /if ^^^: ^ ^^'- : ^^".- ^ hwaii, fg kea, ^ 
to ficour with sand, ^ J^ P^^^ » ^^ scrape tiie ground. j{| 
no ftlia. ^ jn^ B^ia t^hae : do. : jn P^ t'hob ; to scrape iron, 

wiih bricks, ^ ^C S ^Jfe 4^ ' ^ ^ ™^ ^^^^ • '** scrape the 
i wa shlh se wnh. ^ chwang, fecih, ^ tsiiy, ^J ]^ lelh 
i^ chwang, ^tsuy : to scour ch'he ; to scrape the flesh oflT 
rice, tH^ keen, 1^ shth, ^ ^ the bones, |^ kwa, |^] ^ ^ 
t'haoume. ^ kwo }^h k'h^n kw^h ; to 

ScouRGF. ^ ;>^en, ^ ^ scrajie by a level, §l| ^ kw5 

peen ta. ^7 il¥ ^ ^ ?*"«" J*'"? ? ^^ "'"''^P® ^^ Wj ^] 
t»ze. ^ t Im^. tl ^ «a thae. ' kwo 8e6, Pj seii5, #J iheTb, 

ScorT. BQ ^ ehaou t'han. JflJ l^huy, §)] chu2, ^ hea ; to 

^ ^ t'han istih. ^ ? scrape off dirt, ^ij J^ kw5 

t'han isz^, :^T IS :^ A ^ k'Ww, ^1 lelh, || yaou ; to 

t^kini^che jln. scrafie out, as marrow from a 

To srorT, drive away, ^ bone, ^^ t'beaou tseu ; fo 

^keuchuh. scrape together. |^ nee, |@ 

To SCOWL, 53^ foo. f^ g (^ pa na, jgf g|| kew keaou. 

fSi ^ "^**^ '""^ ^^^"^ *^^"> ScRApgR. ^ R^ ; a scraper 
P?^jggni.Vnfa.;no6«th. for turnips, ]ft ^ ^tf Id p5 

ScRAcoY^^sbw, ^^ paou, ^ j^ j^ ^ tsa 16 
p'he sow. ^ po ch wang : scrai^er for a grain 

To SCRAMBLE. ^ chwa, measure, ^ ^l] tow kwa. 
J^^ tscang k'heii. 5|t 4* ' To scratch, ^ chaoii, 
SL ^ cUuu^ Chung Iwan ^kea-. ^p kea^H^ pa, 
tseu,^^ l^s^how p^wuh; hea, f§ saou. ^' naou, 
to scramMe up, |[B jl ag kwuh ; to scratch a part that 
pa shang k'heu. itches, ^ ^ f^ ^ chaou 

Scrap, /J> i|^ p^aou kwae, ' chu yane ch'hoo, :^ ^ saou 
iSfSJgfetsdy kwa^.,ffJJi^ tsuy ! yang, Jj^ ^ pa Van?; to 
wQh. scratch and tear, ^ 1$^ chaou 

To scrape, ^ hpa, ^J p'ho, 1^ hea : to scratch out 
•^^6, ^] M se6 mo, ^ jMing, letters, ^\\^ kwa tsze ; to 
^ k'how, ^ij keu5, qlj chung^ scratch the hand, )^ ^ pa 
^J min, jf Ij t'heaou, ^ijtseuen, ' show ; to scratch the head, 




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fl^ "^ saou show ; to scratch 
one's car, ^|t ISf. chaou urh, 
Jl^ cliabii ; he scratched his 
head, and knew not what to 

say, M "t SW 89 "°" 

ehbw chc rho5 ; to scratch the 
sand, jpH^Jr pa sha; to scratch 
into a sore ^ han. 

To gcREAK, ^ heang, 1*^ 
t|g^ keaou han. 

To scRBAM, tt^ ^ hoo 
hanii : to scream from pain, 
^ lf5 ^ t'huns: firh hc^. 
^^ he : to scream through 
fright, ifS ?§! ken shing. 

To RCWFBN, ^ ypn 

chay yen ^^ ^ rhay chn. 
£| fan, ^ ea.^. j3 ffan, ^ 
pan. ^ Irne. ^ mn, Jig P^- 

yfen ka<*. |^ ^J yin e. ^ 
e wei. ^ U^ chnv heen. 
Ian, J@ tsew, ^ pangr, 
hoo. H^ «ceaou, ^ tun. 
l:n ^ ^ rhay fhans: ,^^ .. 
^ chay'j^ Chen, )^ p'hing! 

Jt f^'"^^ ]^ y'" ; ^o screen 
off. Ill) chMiIh ; to screen from, 
WtW^ ^ yftng ; to screen the 
eyes, ^ p p^ rafih ; do. and 
close tip, ^ ^ p^ sth ; to 
screen one'a-self, j^ t] tseay 
k'hbw ; to screen a fault, ^ 
fg ka* keen, jl^ §1^ p6 tsuy. 
Screen, ll^ jllf pang mflng, 









e. 



Pj ^ pin? fung, PI )# man 

:^,H fow sae, Pi^wel 

ping, ti ^ ^^^ "^^^1 J^ ^> 
iftjj hwang, Pi Ian, figi chung-^ 
f^ meen, l[^ man. J^ lungt 
^ liwang tfe, ^ j|^ wei 
p6, >|^ ^ foo sze : a wooden 
pcreen ^ 6, J^ ^ fan ping, 
^ ^ seaou tseang ; a screen 
ornamented with hatchets, 
e : a moveable screen, 







fang lung ; a folding screen, 
g ]p wei ping, ^ ^ leAn 
f>mgr ; a screen to roll up, tfj^ 

s lUen pin? : a bamboo screen, 
lefin, 'Wr I® chnh leen ; to 
put up a srreen, ^ ^g kwa 
leen, Jt^ shans: le^n ; to 
let down do. "JSJ^ ^ fang leen. 

Screw, irt^ 16 sze, jl^ 
i^, 16 8ze, t^^ llljlp ^ 16 Bze 
ting. 

To SCREW out of one, ^j 
)^ ta mo ; to screw u p the 
month, ^ V^ so mei, Pf 
^ k'hbw suy. 

To SCRIBBLE, y^ ^ 1^" 

seay, ^ chen ; to scribble on 
doors and walls, ^ j^ f^ 

^ Ian seay m&n peYh. 

Scribe, writer, ^ ^ |§^ 
seay tsze teih, ^ ^ shoo 
pin, ©l^shoo le, ^^ 
shoo yYh, ^ *^ shoo shbw ; 
amanuensis, ^ ^ ta^ peih. 




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Scrip, j^ ^ p'he t'hapu, J pulous miod, 3^' jS^id^ 
_| nang, ^ tae, P ^ k'bw so taiiy sia chang^ ^ ^ I^R 
ta6, ^ ^ poo tae. ^ ^ ^^ fan eb hod ^ cha 






Scripture, as used by , sin ; a scrupulous person, 
Chrifllians, H @ sh{ng king, 1$ J^ A "^ <"uy cbe j!n, 
ig $ shing shoo, |g ^ $K^^hanhoddcbay 
sbing iub ; do. as used by the ' Scrupulously minute, >js 
Chinese, ^ king, ^ || king ^ ||^ seabu kea soo. 
teen; do. as used by the Ma- To scrutinize, ^ ha^, 
bommedan-Cbinese, ^ 85 ^ ^ k 'babu ba^, "^^^^^ 
I'heenking. shib, |g ^ kcS kew, |' 

ScRiPTTRALin the Chinese keuh, ^ kih, §^ t'habu, ^ 
sense, jtj |^ cb'biih teen. ^ cha ch'ha, T^^ ^ hd cb'ha, 

ScRiVEKER, ^^^ tac ^shin, ^^fthlnsln, ^ 
shoo chay, >H: 5i M tJ^^ # % chuy kew. ^^ ^ keen 
tae seay ching cliwang chay. keaou, ^ ^ k'habu walb 

Scrofula, ^ Io leth. ^ ^ yaou k'hth, ^ (seang, 

Scrofulous sores, ^ j|^ g+ ^ t'habu lun,^ ^ istn 
keae 9'6ln. ^ wan, ^ ^cha fiiig, ^ ^ 

Scroll, ^ kciien, ^ ijjj^ , kew wan. ^ ^ sin wan ; to 
kciie'n t'h? u. ^ ^ keucn scrutinize to the utmost, ^ 
chuh, ^ ^ km ;n shoo. ■ keuh, ^ ^ keW ch'ha ; to 

Scrotum. ^ ij^ Iwan scrutinize matters, !§• 'j-^ kih 
paou, ^ ^ shin nang. wiih ; to scrutinize in the mind, 

To SCRUB, ^^kec kwa; i^^"^ ^ sin ch'ha. 
to scrub a table, ^ ;j:§ mo taS; To scud away.^^ t'a6u 
to scrub and clean, ^\ ^ pe, ^ ^ P'hun tsow. 
swab se, ^ ^ij ^ ;^ se Scuffle, gJC ff^ 
swa kee tsancr ; to scrub a gow ta che sze, 4fi ^ '< 
little, ^ — • ^ ISO yth tso. . s."ang tsang che sze, ^ 

Scrubber, ^iJ ^ swa pa. ^ ^ tsaou nabu che sze. 

Scrub, >J^ \ seabu j?n. To sculk away, |^ teaoui 

ScRupLK, doubt, ^^ & ^ tswan, j^ tiin ; to bide, 
hw6, ^ ^ boo S. iSii S chwangr neth ; to sculk 

Scrupulous, ^^ king about, Q§ ^ ^ jM S^^n 
ehin. @ ^ fin tsiiy ; a scru- tow sze lew. 




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Scull, for a boat, ^ 166.. Scutigrra, j|£ S^ chlh 
^ 10, 1^ e ; eeull of a dead I klh, ^^ ^ yew yen, i^ 8e. 
man,:f^li^^lM ^'^ '"<> I'^dw,! ScuTTLK-Ki8H||p^^ue«y&. 





ScYTHK, ^ san, |& p6. 

SKA,*^ha|,-^yanff; Jife 

^ die liae, f^ puh, ^ yinp". 



!«ioo7ii!itfl^iow,^ 

I koo low, ^jjs ^^° 'o*' 

1^ k'hing fiin. ^ ^ ^ _ _ . _ 

t'beeii Itn? kae, g^ ^ u&bu\M'fl$ yin^ hae, :^ /ll ta 

kai.Si ft ''''ow »oo. 1^ IS^ I I'ae. ^ ?^ isan- hah, ^ i^ 
tab loo. Ij^ !M hefih loo, ^ I iiilng l.afe. jj^ ch >, ^ ^ p6 

kae, II to--., ft ^ t'Ue low, i la-ae, -j^ ^ tA bo, g |^ 

BS ^ t)^ uaitu tae kwiih. keii In") ; the norlhen sca, J,^ 

Scull-cap, ijl^ "f" maoii ^ pili iiitng ; Uie four seas, 
UZe. 1^1 'M xze hae ; sea-salt, ^^ 

Sculptor, Ss [7^ i»:i'oii Wj tiaa ySu ; the deep blue aea, 
leiiang, ^ [>£; clriiO isiiang, , j^ ming ; the sea or waves 
JS^j^lJ to X leaou k1iih so | have gone down, ^ j!^ ^ 
kun.;. J^ hae lang ping seih ; the 

Sculpture, ^ ^^ 7^^ bottom ol' the sea, J^ J^ ha^ 
ieaou 8eang che hifj. ' le ; a sea without a shore, ^7^ 

Scum, ^JJH -jp in:» t8Z?j ; j^- M J^ ta hae wo6 peen. 
scuai of oil, yftv^"^ yt*w , Sea-bi.ubbkr, J§ ^ hai 
m5 Uze ; scum ol liqnor, ^ I shay, §£ to, ijof gj| i^jj chfe, 
fow ^ ; scum of rice water, p5^ cha, ^ ^ how t6, ^ 





chen : la'^e away the scum, 
•)^^^Ie6 k'heii fow 




m5. 

Scurf, ^k'how, -^ ^ 
labu n^, ^ chen,ij^ ^ k'ow 
che. scurf of the head, fl^ _|l 
Be W I'^iow shang p'he foo, 
^ ^ fow p'liA. 

Scurrilous pamphlet, ^ 
hang shoo ; scurrilous 





language, )^ '^ tsan isew. 
ScuRViNBss, ^ ^kea^ 
I<, % tan. 



tang, *|^ kan,^.S(,hae fung. 

Ska-bkbeze, yjri^lM ti&Qg 
hae, ;/^^haek'he.. 

sk^-calp, is i^ ® y^> 

ken ta. 

Ska-devil, pg^ keaou. 

Sea-eel, J^ go, ^i^ ^ 
ha^ tsgw; a kind of sea-eel, 
^ gi kung tseug, 

Sea-fight, ^fC ^ shwuy 
chen. 

Sea- HOG, ^ ^ keang 
choo. 



SEA 



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SEA 



Sea-lettuck, 





jjg leu chan^ ; a private seal, ^ ^^ 

300. I too slino, ^ ;^ tod chanjr, 

Skamav, 7|C "^ shwuy \^ fji too ke ; ofTiciai seal, 

show, jl^ \ s.'iaou jIn, ^ i^^ j^ y»n sfn, '^ ^p kwait 

.^ imntj jji. yin, ^^^ foo yiii ; a seal o^ 

Ska-onion, "j^ ^ taswan. j office, *|^ £\l kwan ym, ^ 

Sea-pkrch, ^ ^ shth : J^' kaou shin; the goverii- 

jpan. j ment seal, ^^ J5^ fiiiig p hft. 



Seaport, ^ P keaug ^ the great seal, @g ^ kw6 bc; 
k'how. I keeper of do. HS ^ dmon 

Sea-qualm, 4^ tsihjj^pe. mo; a seal used by iiiferiar 

Sea-snail, ^^ nd kwei. officers, j^ |^ keen ke ; do. 

Sea-sickness, ^ Wt ^^ ^*"^^ officers abroad, ^ ^ 
JicuSa chwaii, ^ |g kob | kwan fan- ^ ^ |Jf ^ ^ 

^van, ^ ^ yun chwan, ^ |Pj g^pan kdb k^hiii ch'ae 
^*ipi y"'^ Vin^r, '■ la chin kwan fanir. 

Sra-shork, J^^ba?* pin. To skal^ ^flj fun^ k'bw, 



^ M I'^e pin, J^ ^ liafe tP y.'n ^^fi la y.'n, ^ f jj 

ym.s y.'n, ^ £jH kelli ym, 
H ^P kae y.'n, ^ ^p kwa 
yn. S^ H i-'n -i^ keen kae 



])een 

Sea-water, ^@ /^ hae 
shwuy. 

Sra-weed, J^^ bae tae, 
^tEJjC sbili hwa tsae,^ 
tsze t8a«j. 

SEA.trRCHiN,pj^^pangyu. 
Seal, (an animal,) ^, e 




yi'n si'n ; lo seal a ieitf-r. ^ 
# ^ fung shoo sm, ^ ^ 
k'hwan fung, ^^ glj k4iwan 

^'^'^y ^.M keen funs:;J^ 
seal up and prohibit, 




yn 



fo cbc ma t'eaou, "J^ji^ ' ^""ff kfn ; to seal up a house, 
^ 13 t'bae |)ing t'eaou, KjJ | ^ P^ f"^sr nifm ; the seal 
t'heaou, ^ j^ choo jod, ^: character, ||| ^ cbuen shoo. 



I bae tha, ft^ na, gg yii. ; 
a sort of seal, ^ ^ heu ta ; 
seal's skin, ,^ ;K y ft p'h(^, J@ 
g M hafe 16 P'he, :3RC 2p |g 
^t'hae plngt'eaou pbe ; seal- 
skin garment, ^ Jgya fuh. 
Scal, a stamp, J:|J ;^ yfn 



Sealed,^ P fung k'ow, 
^ ne^n k'hbw, ^^ 
^p ^ fung sblh tsow wan ; 
"aled document, ^' P J^ 
"*| fung k'hbw ts6w ih. 

Sealincj-wax, 3^ ^ ho 
isetli ; do. Chinese, Jrj] ^ 



Y V 



SEA 



1136 



SEA 




yin slh ; to keep tlie seal, 
£|] chang yin. 

Seam, reol, j^ chan, ijl^ 

to meDd a rent seam, ^ fj^ 
pobchan, jM(chlh, ^ hanp, 
|i| miih, ^ j^ yih fung, j^ 
fling, j§^ sun ; the seam of a 
garmeni,!^ ^ e kwiili, |jl| 
e, 1^ chfn ; seam between 
planks, y^ e ; seam of a boat, 
k'heuen ; a cross seam, ^ 
hang fung; a straight 
Beam, jtt ^ chth fung ; the 
seam on the (op of a cap, ^ 
leang ; the seam of a fur gai - 

kew yih ; the 






ment, 

seam is ripped open, ^ -^ 









chan lee. 

To SEAM, ^ wan, f5^ ym^ 

. fung, jH hwan. 
To SEAR, ^ tseaou, j|jg^ 
pci,|^l6,^wei. 

To SEARCH, ^SOWj 

BOW keen, 5^ saou, 
I saou tsuh, f^ sow ; to 
search for, j>^ ^ sow tsiii, 
lit Po<^i ^ slh, ffi sow, ^j^ 

k^w, ^ seu. ^ ie, f^ _ 
t'habu tsin, ^jg poo pan J 
to search for a clue, «^ t\iy : 
to search for one. i§. ^ sow 
kein ; to search for truth, ^ 
Ik kew laou ; lo search into, 
fang cha. ^ ^ fang 




sze, ')|n] heung, ^ keen, j|| 
|i keung kee, ^ ^ •«" 

lAs* ^ 1^3>A 

tsin,^[kew^ g^ ^ t'habu 

tsee tseS; to search into books, 
^ ^ ^^^ ^^ i ^ search into 
the nature of things, ^ ^^f 
kTli wuh ; to search out, ^ 
(K) ; to scarcli out secrets, 
IS wan : to search cut a case in 
law, ^ ^ teaou gnan ; lo 
search a house, J§ ^ ^ow 
shth, ^ ^ ch'haou kea, 

Slh shih ; to search book _^ 

__ sow 16, ^ i^sow t'selh, 

^ ^ ta tan ; to search in 

vain, ^ >f^ ^ tsln puh cho ; 

to search to the bolton, Jfl?!? 

rhuypun,m^ t'huy kew, 

^ ^ k'haou hae ; to search 

into mysteries, ^ (^ soo 

yin ; to search into tlie source 

I of a calamity, # ff j^ Jfl 

tain t'habu ho yueu ; to search 

to the utmost, |g ^ kefing 

kew ; to search with the hand, 

I ^ teen ; to search and seize, 

^ i^ sow tseih ; search the 

Scriptures, used by the Maho- 

inedans, ^ ff '@ ^ cha 

tdy kin? keuen. 

■ Season,^ kin, gj suyi 

I K, k1ie, J^ f^ sh^ how ; 

I the four seasons, p[5 ^ ®^^ 

: szc k'lie, ^ ji" : for a season, 



mc 



1137 



SEC 



J^ tsan tseay ; a fit season^ 
^^ ^ & sh^; each in iheir 
proper season, ^ la ^ ^ 
i6 sfiy kd shS. 

Seasonable, J% ^ kelh 
hfi, ffi ^ P^en sh^, )|^ ^ 
ihdn ahS ; seasonable showers, 

nF m •''^ >'^ 5 seasonable 
Tuit, ^^shekb. 

Seasonably, Tffj^ k'h6. 
labu. I 

Seasoned, |^ ^ kwan . 
huh. . 

Seat, ^t^ng, ^ J2 tso 
eef,|gt86, ^-^ tso wep 
p yaou, ^ yadu, |^ {ft 
8o6 wei ; a seat or chair, ^ 
p h tsxe ; lo j;o to one's seat, 
^ (ft kwei wei, ^ ^ fan 
BOO ; seat or place, ^ ch'oo, 
yf -pE so tsae ; seat of a carri- 
gc, 1^ tang. 

To SECLUDE, ^ J{| fu" 

h'hdh. 

SrclldkojII^ \nng,^\n. 

Second, that wfiich follows 
he first, ^ ZZic urh ; next 
a order, 7j^ tsze, j^yuen , 
text in value, 51 a, '^ iuy 
t|- ne ; second-class sages' 
{2^1^ a shi'ng ; second crop, 
1^ 7^ wan h6 ; second son 
f^ ^ tsze tsze ; second son 
f a gentleman, Hl;^ |^ (irh 
abu yay ; the second temple 
u( ]^ y^^^" mcaou ; second 




bar, on the Canton rirer, 
^ haou iiin ; second best, 
^ /j^ ke tsze ; in the second 
place, in ^ urh laS, m ^l| 
I urh tsfh ; the second month, 

y^t^) y^ Se ^^ chuDg ; a 
second marriage, jg^ kow. 

Second, in office, ^J foo^ 
^ §] yew foo, ti glj tsb 
fo6, id ^ fo6 tang, q^ ^ 
yew tang, ^ ^ tso tang; 
second in command, ^^ ching; 
a second, gg fow ; a second 
in any commission, g|| fj^ 
fo6 she : the second of three, 
t^ chiing; second from the 
top, on the list of liteiati, ^^ 
OS pang yen ; a second, the 
60th part of a minute, fp 
chaou ; degrees, minutes and 
seconds, ]^ ^ fg too fiin 
chaou ; to be second to, ^^ 
choo, gl] foo. 

Secondary importance 
^ m6 ; a secondary degree 
of merit, ^ teen. 

Secrecy, ^ ^ melh 
choo ; to retire into secrecy, 
yin. 

Secret, ^-^pe meih, 
P^j^fe yew, M i^ tsing 
^®^h, ]^e, ^gig ^ ke meih, 
^ meth, iij ^ pe meth, ^ 

tan mang ; secret affairs, 






SEC 



113S 



SEC 







sow. 




yiii sze ; a secret place, full, j^ nia^, 
wei : a secret spring, ff^ tswaU; jj^ ^^ tsaiig nelh. 
j^ke ineTh : the secret springs j Secretion, TlK J'^'* J do- 
of nature, @( ke; a secret [ fioni the nnse, ^e ; do. from 
enquiry, If^ tfi P^" ^^'^^Sj a i the eyes j^ sliiih : a foul secre- 

^ J tion in the ear . K^ (ing. 

_ ^! Skcretly,H|^ gan, ^ 

Igen hwa hwiiy; the secret sze hea, ^i^ sze te, ^ 1^ 
service department in an army^ yen meTh ; secretly communi- 
8t ^ P'^^ ®**^'* » ^" secret, cufed, ^ j^ pi clmen, ^ 
Bif ^ g«^^«^ t^ ; » secret ij^ jkj fIiow : to imagine se- 
chamber, ^ ^ melli fang ; 







Bccret apartment, 




m'^h 



cretly, ^ ^ gan scfang. 
SKCT.P5 man, J^ P^fa 
shih, tf* ?^ chung kow, j^ mQn, ^ p^ keaou mun, ^ 
shin, ^ ^ shin tsTh ; a se- keaou ; a sect of the learned, 
cret disease, l^^yinlselh; f^^io5 keaou, jl|^ jo6 
secret thoughts, fm ^ yUi e ; kea, ^ f^ ioo mnn ; the pert 
secret merit, 1^ T^ yiii kung; of Buddha, ^ pff filh nun, 
ihe secret blessing of Heaven. ]Q| ^ shlh kea, ^ P9 shth 
j^ jl^ yin chth ; secret arts, man ; the sect of Taou, ^ ^ 
S^^ 1^^ *^®"*^ ' ^^^^^^ ^'^ ^^^ j '^ »" kea, 3^ 1^ la)n keaou. 
extreme,^3 ^^ ^ haou ; Skctari.wism, views dif- 
ffi pull yftns: ; societ of any ' forinir fmm those of tlic mnjori- 
craft. =j^ ken- : the se/^ret is ly, ^, j/l^ .i tu-nn. 
out,^ ffi J^ ^ ^ loo SKcnoN, ^ I'iuvnn, ){^ 
cirhiih m\ keo lae ; a secret ' pan, 1^^^^ Isoc twan 
injury, Bg fli irnan sun ; a iche wuh ; a sociion of a book, 
secret plot, ^ U >'»» »"^w. j ^p'lieen, tlj hwuy ^kcueu, 

Skcrktary, ^ ^^ king !^ chang, §^p shoo keu^n : 
leth, § 5£ ^'^^^ '^> ^ SS '*^® sections of a hisiorv, ^ 
Ung kae : private do. ^ W.^kaou keuen, ^n @ ^s«*^' 
"^^l""i^ ]S) m5 yew, ^ muh ; section of bamboo, g^ 
j^tnb k*hlh, ^ fl^ szc yay. tsee,^e ; the section of a me- 

To sECRETR, ^ y^ tsang I Ion, orange, (fcc. ^ pan, ^ 
f^ ^ tsSm&^he secretary p*heen, — /t ^ Y^h p'hcen 
bird, AM^i^^^HilV^i HnjUHHfeMH J^ kwa seu ; sections 




SED 



1139 



SED 



and para^aplis, ^ 'fij chang 
ked ; a section of the cotton 
fruit, i^ tow. 

Srcular affairs, ja;^ she 

8ze. 

Skcurk, j^^'^trnan lang, 
Wi ^ wan tang, ^ ijj^ t^ 
t'he«, ^ ^ g^^^^ ^^«, ^ 
3? ping gnan, ^ ^ gnan 

ti'ng. 

q'o sEcuRK a ship, ^ JIB' 
pobu chwa". 

SKCLRfSD; ^ kung, ^ @ 
kung ko ). 

Securely, ^ ^ «hih 16. 
Skcurity, ooc vtho secures 
the |)erformanrc of a contract, 
^ f@ pabu ^"'SM\P^ 
jin ; protection, ^ ^ ^ ^ 
poou I8cu6n chft fi'/si ; a securi- 
ty merchant, ^ ^ pabu 
siiang, f^ *^ paoii kea ; to be 
secnrity for, f^ ^ naon jin, 
^ ^T* Paou kwan, ^ 1^ tan 
|)abu ; do. for femahis, 5^ hoo. 
Skdan chair. ^ keaou, jp 
keen yu, tC kcantr, ^ 
poo h**>^n ; do. made of 

bMnboo. tt^ *''^"'' keaou; 

to vide In do. |^^ tso keaou. 

Skdate. ^ ^JC chwanef 

SSf hcuen mlh, |t Wt ^^^S 
kin, ^king, ^ kung, ^ 
seu. 

Skdateness, 













yen 



chung, ^ ^ chwane y^n, 

E 11 y«« »"'^» ^ iiB^ ^^* 

Sedge, ^ p'heaou^^ 

p'hoo, H ^ 8»n '^"gi ^ 

p'oo lod, ^ ^ 'od wei, ^ 
^ too foo, ^ gang, iJKseen, 
16 ; a kind of sedee,^ le«, 
kea foo, 1^ SL ^^ 
wan, ^ kea, ^ ke, ||][ wan ; 
a sedge just springing up, 
keueu ; a sedge mat, ^ 
seen seih. 

SsDiMBff T| ij^ ts5, SH ju^n, 

teen,^t8ze, jg[ ^cha 

tsze, ^ Ip sbth tsze, ^ ying, 
f^ cha, li ne, H IS tan 
san ; sedimsnt of liquor, fjf 
^ tsaou p'hd. 

Sedition, fp p|^ ^ ^ 
ts5 Iwan che bz6. 

Seditious, ^ |p kSen 
teTh : seditions expressions, 
^ W ^ ^ we! pel che 
keu. 

To SEDUCE, ^ §^ t'heaou 
lung, ^i3^ 51 t'beaou Yin, |^^ 
t'eaou, t^ wod, ^ W X®^ 
shth,^ [^ so hung. |g sow> 
IS? ^yew hw6, MM ^ 
hw5, ^ p&h, flr6, 1^ yiw, 

seduce to lewdness, ^ E| 
t'heaou h^, ^fpt^heaou Idngi 
Wi^ tswan t5 ; to seduce to 
evil, Kg IP wan lung, j^}^ 



SEE 



1140 



SEE 





teaou, ^^ ^ t'lieaou so ; io 
seduce with gain, fl|^ J^ ^J 
tan e le ; to seduce and impose 
upon people, |^ shen ; to se- 
dace a person's concubine, ^ 

SB >\ JC ^wae p'been jln 
toee; to seduce men's minds, 

^IWfX ^ P^ tdng jin 
S1I9 ; to seduce people to crime, 
tswan ; to act the seducer, 
_.B9t96g6,@fPhelung, 
fil^ H he hed, fg kwei, jK 
j^ hod met. 

Seducing, jgH jaou. 

Sedttctivb intention, 
i(^ kin sin ; seductive Ian- 
guage, 5^ mSen. 

SsDULOUs, |§| Id k'bin 
kung, HI] ^ k'bin kin, ^ j(^ 
ydog sin, ^ |g min tsec. 

To SEE, ^ k'ban, J^ keen, 

few, M tow, ir^ keen, ^£ keen, 

Bi fli ^ab wilh, *r kSen, B)^ 
tseth, ^ Inh J gy ^ ting nin 
^ pan, g| loo, ^1 chin, f 
hwang, ^ ke, ^ tiih, 
chin ; to see through, ^ t'ung, 

-- '^ '^^'^ t'how ; to see 
througl) a device, ^ T^ k'han 

p'h6,§U8fe8hThp'h6,|£^ig 
Ian gbw ; to see through well, 
K ^ kwan t'hung ; to see 
a person, ^ ^ wod keen ; to 



sr, 




see the Emt^eror. ^ ^ pe 

keen. .^ :^ ^ M cl.adu 

keen t'been yen ; f o see or vis- 
it a person, ^ ^ pae keen ] 
do. a sujierior, |§ ^ ye keen ; 
to see and not perceive, S§ flj 
!^ ^ too flrh piih keen ; to 
see and hear, ^ ^ too wan ; 
ro see out the old year, ^ ^ 
^ Sling neen k'heung ; to see 
but a moment, ^ |^ shen 
she ; to see a play, 3^j^ 
k'han h^ ; to see each other, 
TO ^ seang keen ; to see 
much, ^ J^ to keen ; to see 
for the first time, ^ ^ choo 
keen ; to see seldom, ^p^ 
ban kow ; to see accidentally, 
^ ^ kow keen ; do. distinct- 
ly, fj^ leaou ; to see to a dis- 

^^cCi W^ ^ ^^^^ meaou ; to 
see the world, ^ 1^ yue she ; 
to see entirely, j ^ leabu 
keen ; to see indistinct5y, as in 
a dream, f^ |^ ^ ^ fang 
fCih jft mung, fij^ B^ king 
mang ; to see a little, as through 
a tube, 'g* x^ kwan keen ; to 
see double, ^ j^ yen mRh, Bj^ 
t'h^ ; unable to see, ^^^ 
k'han pub keen : to see in a 
mirror, ^ H gj^ ^ king 1^ 
rhaou keen ; to see clearly, ]^ 
Jf sh^. tsliing, m H leth 
Ifih, 1^ ^ ming keen ; to see 
without recognizing, B^ j^ 



8&E 



1141 



SE£ 






^^ilie firh rah ehlh ; to 
see indistinctly, ^g^ p'beaou 
meaou, £§[ cbwang ; to see 
with the eyes, i^ miih ; to see 
every day, ^ ^ cbang keen. 
Sbed, ^chunff, -^ tsza, 
jin 182*, ^ hih, @ 
^ chnng tfize ; tlie seed of a 
flower, :j^ f::; hwa jtn, ^ 7J^ 
hwa me ; ihe seed of a fruit, 

hih jtn ; ilie seed of corn, 
chang ; the seed of animals, 
teing ; offspring, ^ ^ Uze 
sun J seed of the w«t«*r lily. ^^ 
(KfleSn telh, ^ ^ e e, j^ 
^ telh heth ; the seed cliam- 
ber of the water lily, ^ ^ 
legn shrh ; the seed of a kind 
of grass, ^ ^ ke joo ; a seed 
shooting forth, ;^ ^ hth ya. 

Seed-time, and harvest, ^ 
kea seth. 

Sbed-pearls, 9Q ^ yo 
choo ; a good seed, ^ ^ kea 
ch&ng. 

Seedling, of the rice plant, 
^ yang. ^^ 

To SEEK, ^ sth, ^5j^ 
tstn k'hSw, ^ chlng, ^sow, 
^kew,=^kan,^^keen 
!g^)^4^8Thk6w,^yaou, 

jj^ tehi chaou, ^ tslh, 
"eang, ^ incih, ^ le ; to 
seek for temporal good, ^ |g 





keaou f&b ; to seek from others 
^J^^A^wyu jln; do! 
instruction, ^^ i^ftw kea6u; 
do. fame, ^ ^ kSw mtng; 
to seek and find, ^ ^ tsfn 
ch5 ; seek and you shall find, 
^^^^ k«w U!h t!h 
che ; to seek for happiness 
0|j|S yadu fulh ; to seek one's 
own interest. ^ y5 ; to seek 
after, ^^ seun k£w, }S^ 
^ led k^w ; to seek after gain, 

9^ ^1 ®^"" ^^ > ^ ^^^ satiety, 
J^ ^ kew pabu ; to seek 
wealth,^ ^ ;§; k«w fod 
kwei ; to seek for life, q^ ^ 
ke sang ; to seek to win over 

people, ^ A y***" J*o; to 
seek for the road, ^ J^ melh 
loo. 

To BEKM,i^^9z6 Bgang, 

^ ^ seang sz^, ;f| ^ 
spang seaou ; it seems to me. 

Seeming as.^^fangfiihi 
fj^ ^ 'z^ l^^o i seemingly, 
fi^ » habu seang. 

Seemly, w ^ h^ 6| ^ 
hd tang, ^ ^ Q^ kac 
tang telh. 
To BE SEEN, ^kecn; seen 

^ iSl ^^^^ k^^ ! ^^^ ^^^ ^^* 
seen business, j8^ JIB ^ ^ 

king kwo sze chay. 

Seer, yQ^^ seen che 

chay. 




SEI I 

To SEETHE, ^'^''*»0. rS^ 

^ p'hnou, !^ Blmoti. 

Sbcab, ^^M "'■'> l^'oo 
yen, 

SeOMEST, ■ ^ ylll k'wft.;. 

Jo. of wood, 7|(^ )^ nnili 
p'he^n ; segment of n circle, 
^ keuu ; tlia aegmcnt of a 
circle ia calleil Iioo, ^ -jj- 

keae die j'ih Iwwn wi:i cli- 
hoc; siJea of a s.-j-nicjii. Pj^ 
^ hoo 8e"e». 

To SF.tiltKGATE, 5J* ^ 

fSmuMOB, ^^ clioo. 

To.Mzr^kl.in tk^ 
k'hiii na, Jg Sfg kl,i,i lj\v,\ 
•# 1«5, i^ ll k„„s 1.1,, Jg 
ling, M W l""5 l«". i¥ 
nil ^ 1'^, s^ irireR'iu, ^ 
Beang, ^f^ ^ sliaoii leo, ^ 
lans, ^ I.CU, ijj cha, jg 
cho, ^5,- cl.aou, lit uilh, ^5 
© uah clion, t£ ^ i.ah 

kSo lc5, ft, kcll,, ffj ^ ke„ 
iia,f;JkIh,BfEla,fl|tk.„„„ 
g.he, #f klh, # y5, }|ft 

ffij tsew, fg u'l.ow, ^ k'liin, 
S yih, Ig k'hoii ; 10 seize 
6"*^^ tJ^^'^^^^ou kHa ; 10 



i '=ci/,e by ordi-r of government, 
i ^ cliaoli, j'jf chaou ; 10 seize 
with violence, ^ eliaoii, ^ 
saou, ^^|; ta-liwaii ; 10 ccize 
I and entry before a magistrate, 
iJh S^ "''W Sling : to "seize 
fii.t I1..I.I ..f, ^ -03 le clioo, 
ffi ^ Ifilli Iiwoi 10 seize 

|tl„.„r,„.ffilt'»»l'l«h,§S 
v.li. ^ tliaoii; lo seize by 
iiK il.foat, $^^ tsiiti 1"M, 
^f; 5^j|.i*uli kin?; lo seize by 
ilio wiisi, ^^i isalichowj 
10 seize wiili the liaiid, ^ 
yili ; (o seize by the horns, 
^ ti.-o ; to sci-M by 1I10 liair, 
^^ uuh fi. tail's keii 
kiiw; lo seize n criminal, ~^ 
^ ylh hvv^, ^ ^ kcii na ; 

sei/.o ami benl, ^ chiii, j^ 
iscaod, ^ tdeaoii ; lo aeize 
upon llie enipire, ^ ^ "f* 
L'liiii) I'hi'cu hea ; to seize the 
helm of afTdirs, ^ f^ chlh 
pi'ng ; to seize and examine, 
^^ na wan. 

Seldoii, ^ han, ^ sefen, 
^ sijcii, ^ >]f he sliami, # 
^he ban j it seldom occihb, 
^^ hanyfew, ^- he, SE 
Itwa, ^ M fpT we kfe hd, [^ 
^ ^ shabu yfew telh ; sel- 
dom seen, ^ ^ han keen ; 
I seldom mixing in society, ^^ 
I -^ kwa ho. 



SEL 



1143 



SEL 




To SELECT. 

s 

seu^D chlh 







am, 



seaou. 




chih, 
TO chih ke^n, ^ 



ch'hah. _ 

^^^f ^ 7^ keaou seaou, 
^ ^ keen chth, ^ ke^n, 

S liQ seueii, 

luD seueD, ^ 

~|C scuen hea, '^ 

Bun, ^k ^t'eaou 

yuen, f^ 

^tun ch5, ^ch'hgw, f|| 
t^ cb'bow ch'iiub, ^ slh, 
:JS tseucn, ^ Chang, ^j[?|||^ 
chang lun, |^ t'haou, ^ 
*'buy, ^ chae, ^J scun, ^ 
keuen, ^ ^ led tsMieu, 
yu, ISl^p e chlh ; to select 
officers, Jg 'X' B^i>^i^ "z^ i do. 
for promotion, ^ ^ seuen 
keu ; to select ofikera for go- 
vernment, ^ tseuen ; to select 
the successful candidates, ^^ 
1(9 ts'heu chung ; to select 
able troops, ^ ^ ^ ch'ow 
tsing ping ; to select clever 
•'^en,:i^ ^ seuen hSSn j to 
select lucky days, )^ ^ ^ 
keuen kelh jth ; to select pro- 
per days for ceremonies, ]g^ 
>|^ na tsa^ ; to select sayings, 
^ tseuen, Bj^ ylh ; to select 
friends, ^ ^^ohth keaou ; es- 
pecially selected, ^^ ^ tth 
kSen. 

Sklf, 2j k^, © EL ^^2^ 

W 



^ ^ kuug, ^ uin, ,^ igzc, 

S Ik ^^^^ 1^^ } conquer self, 
;^ t;^ kih ke : to do the work 

oneVself,|5|^g,^kung 
Is'hin k^ sz6; wliat you do 
not like yourself, beware of do- 

2W Jn>^ A^^esopah yfih, 
wuh she yfi jln ,• to correct 
one's-self in order to reform 
others, lE E, fK A <^Wng 
ke hwa jiu ; ^M murder, ^ ^ 
isze tsin, ^ ^iazi scun; 
self-restraint, ^ |||j leaou 
tabu,;|^kuli i self-deceit, Q 
^ (3z6 k')ie ; to say to otie'4- 
8elf,Aj? IP ?^ sin hea seang, 

^ TU ^ ^^^ ^^^ ^<^ti ,* to 
kuow one's-self, ^ ^|] tsze 
che, f5 >fC 'C^ woo piin sin ; 
self-respect, p| J^tsze chu4ig; 
self-formed, ^ J^ tsze clilng, 
ISE^ wan tsetb ; self-suffici- 

<5nt, ail y'"s ""^^^"^ 

8S tsze tsze, flE e, 5g 
wei ^, }M Sz ^S25e isuh, 
jg t8z6 she, ^ ^ keaou 
k'heen ; seif-conceit, 3 ypf 
tsz^ mwan, @ 7^ tsze ta, 
g ]^ tsze tsuu, ^ j|5 
kinp kfilou, >^ kwa, jf^ k'wa, 
£11^ mang lang ; self-ex- 
aiiihiaiion, |^ "^ ^^^e sang; 
self-enjoyment;^ ]gC shih e ; 
self existent. |^ ^ tsze y^w, 

H ^ rfff ^ tsze jcn iirfc 
w 





SEL 



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SEL 



yuta cbi ; self-possessioa, jg 
4# t8Z< lib, H ^ i?ze kea, 
f^^tso chob, Mtlfe^^i 
self.posseBsed, RJ ^iszejd, 
jH shili ; self-reproach, Q ^1^ 
tBz6 Sling, ^ ^ i3ze tsib ; 
self-control, ]^ f^ isz6 ch6 i 
self-complacency, t^ '^hwub 
hwub, ^ J^ 1^ taze she 
madu; self-confident, ^ 
•{^ tsz£ foo, ^ '^ tsze 
sh£, ^ keaou; self-righ- 
^^"^} ^ ^ tsze he£n ; self- 
indulgence, ^ ^ hea ylh, 
1^ keaoii, Im! tan, 5B5f y^h, 

i SgS tsz^ hea, m M y'^ 
tac; self-opinionated, ^l*^ 

EL -^ "^®^ yfi 1^^ '^een, B^ 
hlb ; self-satisfied, ^ ;|?f yu 
y"> ^ VS chan nieen, '"" 
y^w,^^kwei kwei, ^^ _ 
g ^ ; self-satiBfaction, ^ ^ 
tsze tlh, ^ ^ tsze mwan, 
1^ ^ tsze tsae, $f $f hcen 
hft^n ; self-approbation, ^ 
iy.' shti ; self-devoted, H 

in ■"..'. '^; » » /uL. • ; v'lr.i'KlnU 
gent, Jj^- J^ tan man . r- *f. 
respect, ^ 6 ; selfish^ J 2j 
chiing ke, ^ ni^ ^ peen, 
$^ J(^ 8ze sin, ^ keen, ^ 
M|[ tan inang, "^ hwafi ; sel- 
fish and crooked disposition, 
w W /^ in ^^^ ^^^^ <^he 






' tsing ; selfish lusts, jfit ^ 
I sze yfth ; selfish desires, ^ 

^ sze yuh ; selfish conduct, 

^ ^ ^'hun yuen. 

Selfishness, 5^1 1^ Qj 

rfil ^ ftl ^ A Che yew 

; ke firh pub cbe yew jin : free- 
I dom from selfishness^ j^ ^^ 
' woo gnb. 

; To SELL, # chow, 5 ^ 

kob chow,^ '^mae chow,^ 
seaou chow, 1^ heuen 
heuen, |^ ling, ^ mai, 
^ mae k'h^u, ^ yCLb, 

1^ yuh, ^ m yuh yunsr, 

! ^^ ^ ii""^' ^^ ''''"^' ^ 
' scaou, g^ ^chow leen, ^ 

; koo ; to seek a good price and 

8ell,5^ ^ff rfil^ kew 
sben kea urh koo ; to sell wine, 
^ Jg koo tsfew, ^ Jg koo 
tsew,' to sell offices in the 
state, ^f © mae kwan ; to 
sell by auction, Rfl ^ ^ 
ming tow mae, ^Bjj low 
rilng ; to sell again, ^Sm teaou, 
?# W tea6u ch^hilb ; to sell 
wives and drown daughters, 

W ^ i8 :^ yfih t« nem 

nyu ; to sell on credit, ]^ l|l^ 
fang chang ; to sell a field, ^f^ 
B9 yfih teSn ; to sell silk, |^ 
^ fan tsang. 

Salvage of a garment, 

chuen, ^i^^ © y"en^^ ^. 
e shan, :^ e, j^gan, ^^ hcac, 



SEN 



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SEN 







M 



1 ••M 
neo 




hwuy, ^ jen, ^ ^ c 

^»«. M ^^"> ^ ^", # ^^^"• 

Semblance, J^ ^ hing 
sSang. 

Semen, ^^ I'heen kwei, 

p tJC kwc) shwuy, i^ tsing. 

Sbmictrcle, =r7^ pwan 
kwei, ^ ® pwan keiien, ^ 
^ 9 pwan Uee keuen ; a 
semicircular pool, y^ Jffg pwan 

ch^. 

Semi DIAMETER, ^ 

fe hwan che pwan king. 

Semi-lunar, =p jg 
pwan peen yue. 

Seminary, J^ gj^ 
beaou ; public seminary, 
^ kwo heo. 

Sempiternal, ^^chang 
yuen, 3K ^ yung yuen, ^ 
tl^^^ woo keunsr woo tsfn. 

Senate, SJ ^ W 
poo yuftn tsS tseth, fg ^ 
^ choo kwan hwuy 6. 

Senator, 1^ pJJ b 
luh poo kwan yu^.n, |^ 
shang shoo. 

To REND, ^k^heen, ^ 
shi, f^ Ping,^ ch'hae, , 
keang, ^ t'hoo, ^ fung, g 
ping, ^ che ; to send, vul* 
gariy, 4T ^k ^ 'a ; to send a 
card) ^ Wh fangt'heth: to 
send a document, ^ ^ e 
tsze, Jl ?K shang pirn ; to 
send despatches, ^ ^ iwan, 





fd* W "M ^^^ ^^^^ ®^'" » ^® 
send up a statement, Jl. ^5 

shang peaou ; to send compli- 

menu, Ql 4 ^^^^* ^M 
k'hd e ; to send a message, 

^ ^ chuin che, # ISP foo 
k'hg ; to send a letter, ^ 
# k'hS 8(n, ^ ^ k'ha 
shoo, ^ @ 6 shoo ; to send 
a letter to an equal, ^ ^ 
^ shoo • to send away, ^|r chg, 
^^chSk'heu,;^aDff,>^ 
ke, ^ -^ wej k'heii, ^ ^ 
shwang ch'hae ; to send forth, 
^«, 81 d5 fach'huh; to 
send back, ^ (S) fa hwfly, 
^ f&h ; to send down, j^ 'Jx 
pan hea ,* to send in a bill, ^ 
^ fa tan ; to send a person 
anywhere, ^ ^ sbh wang ; 
to send presents, §^ kwei, ^jt 
^ k'heen fa, ^ ^ wei shoo, 
^ sung ; to send in, |^ na ; 
to send news, J^ w t6 yin. 
Senility, ^ ^p tae pef, 

^y^^W, n«^" lao" ^^^^ 

yang. 

Senior, :^ chang, J^^ 
seen sang, ^ naang, ^ ;;^ 
:^ ne^n chang chay ; senior 

in age, fQ pih, ^T iL ^^^ 
heung; seniors in rank, j^^y 
Chang pei. :^ ^ 18 labuJ 
seen pef, ;^ j^ chang sh ang 
seniors and juniors, ^ j^ 
chang y6w ; the senior of a 



SEX 



1146 



SEN 




family, ^ ^ kea cbang, 5l 
lieun^y ^ ^ laou lieime : 
two years niy senior, ^^ 

seniors fir<t and janior? after. 

liov. 

Sbnna, ^ hwac. ^ ^ 
keiiK ifiins^, ;^ f^ hwac hwa, 
hwae jiiy : wild senna 
k'hoo ting leih. 

Sexsatiox of the mind. !^ 
fpl chung tsin? : sensation and 
reflection. ^ Hi kan chin, (a 
Buddhist expn*««on.) 

Srktse, *l§rn1 kwan sze ; 
prudence, ^ ^j che hwuy ; 
opinion. ^ J^ c sze ; mean- 
ing. ^ A : the fire senses, 5 
T§P wob kwan, 5E WI ^'^''' 
sze ; the sense of heariii?, ^ 
*|^ hrh kwan : do. of pet- iiisr- 
W^ *if y**^ kwan : do. of 
smellinir, -^ '-^ chow kwan : 
do. of ta^Hiiff. tl ^ k how 
kwan ; do. of feeling J^ ^ 
shin kwan ; a sense ofsliame. 
^ai^che sew. ^^^ >0 
sew woo che sin. ^jjj /(^ ch'h« 

^i"i ^H lSi!l\ che ch'he : the 
sense ^of a passage.) w ^ 
ch^ ^, ^&i ; the sense is lost, 
91 BQ^^ keut^r the sense of 
the words, ijf^ ^ tsz£ e ; the 
sense is obscure, ^ ^ ^ 
wan A yew shin ; a person 





of good sense, ^ |9^ 
che shib che jIn, QQI 
^ tsnng mlng che jin. 
J^\ thong I'h^ rhe jm. 

Sex.sFLEss, ^^hootod; 
senseless talk, jj^|^ n^ shwS, 

Sfxsible, pi*rceptih1e by 
the sens«^s. ^ ^ ^ J^ y;^^ 

.yew hing yew chwang; per- 

j ceprihh by the mind, '^ ^|J 

W '^ y^w che yiw keo, ^ 

^ tti ^ ked tih ch'huh lad ; 

to be sensible of favours, ^ 

™ kan enan ; a sensible man, 

f^^ A I'hung laing che 

jin. 

Srhsittvr, % J^ ^. keo, 

^ ^ iti|{[yrinff e kan keth. 

Sfnsual. SJ Q haou sTh, 

^^M^^ »«'^ y " ^"h yiih, 
^J&^^g^^^meya 

^hing sTh hew wei. 
, Srnsi-aust, M ^^ ^ 
I tspw slh che loo. ^ ^ ^ 
|§^J srnae khwa^ lo tcih, ^ 
1ft ^ 6^ t1ian sh ^ 15 telh. 
SfiNsiTAXiTv.Q^sih yiih. 
Srntknck. a period, ^ 
kftii, — ^ nS y^h keii hwa, 

tence. -^ ^ kca keu ; short 
do. It* ^ p'he^n yen ; begin- 
ning of a sentence, tJJ Q l<eu 
shbw ; middle of do. ^ ^ 
keii chung ; end of do. kJ ^^ 



SEP 1 147 SEP 

ken mo ; a sentence, inclndinsr pwan, Jff seih, ^ )^ keu 
the senne of a whole essay, ^ ch'hoo, |J^ kih, ^ Ig. ^J le^, 
Mng, ^ cliaou ; a member of ^ ?jI k'hae lee, j^ ^ fdn 
a sentence, fi'gf tow ; sentence, mef,^^ pa, ^ ^(j p'hae peg, 
(decision) ^ ^J shoo pVan, ^ || line ^, ^ li, |i^ le, 
KS fij p'he p'liwan, #9 iS P chen, ^ che, ^ ch'hl^ 
p'hwan yu, ^ ^ twan yii . ^p fei, ^() ^ pee »z^- : to di- 
sentence of death, ^ ^ keu vide, ^ fan, ^ fim i|^ heae; 
k«a«,^^IS.»wan8Zet8uy, to separate (by a lake,) Pft 
1^ VT ^ ^^^" ^ to pass sen- chang ; to separate friends, ^i 
^n««» fe M *'"sr>', ^ ^ keae, ^ ||li hcftn twan ; to 
p'whan twan, ^ "^ ^ ^ separate those within from 
ting hea tauy rn)ngr ; to reverse i Uiose without, ^ ^ |^ ^ 
a^ sentence, ^ ^ ka^ gnaa. fang kth ndy wa6 ; to distin- 
]^ ^ (an ffnan ; sentence, or ^isfa, ^3^1 fun R,B^pwan, 
opinion, 1^ ^ c sze, ^ J|^ ^ pe^Q ; to separate entirely, 
i kfiV^n. ^ 1^ spjn? t'hdw. |^ j^ kih. Ueo^ ; fo separata 

Sfvtkntioits. ^^J^ from the dregSj^^Jf'k'heu 
<1 ^S y*'^ ^ ^^® ^'*^ y^^ • chaer chlb,^P ledh ; to separate 

Sentikvt. that which per- the good from the bad,^|^kg^nt 
reives, # ^B |E Q^^ hwuy j ^jfl J3^ H fun pS« ha^u 
cheke^oteTh ; the sentient prin- ! ch'how : to separate, or take 
ciple ^ pTfi. j leave of a friend, ^ ^p fun 

Skntimrn'T. 5^ ^ e kecn» shrrW, ^^ fun mei : to sepa^ 
k^he, l{^ ^ sin shuh. rate from, ^ t'ho, S|^ Id 




Sfntinrl, ^'^ A.8haon jIn, k'heii, ^^ |^k'hae,^kea^, 
^^^ slibw yay teth, ^ ' ^; [^ keen kth, ^ pwan, flrfj 
M ifif^ k^how knng teth, ft \ p'hfe, ^ §j[ fiin peg. 
3£ py ta kang leTh, 3S?C^ Separate from. ;^ Itng ; 
seu^n yay. I to live separate, ^ J^ Hni^ 

Sektr Y, f^ 1^ paoii chth. ! keu ; a separate residence, yj/^ 

Sepababls. 4B II # ^ ' S PS5 rfiob. 
ft^seang 16 tth k'hae teth. I Separatrd. ^ ^ ^ Id 

To SEPARATE, ^ pad, ^ I 1^ j^n, ^ ^ |§^ fun k'hae 
fffe paa poo, |g^ pwnn, Jf pc«, j telh, 4^ ||| |^ seang H tejh, 
#^ peth kliae, ^ pin, ^ ^g^t) heaou lee, ^ wan, 




SEP II 

19 kiH k=hw6. M gS Bin 
kfiae, fB^ i§ kea^ k'hac ; en- 
tirely separated, g^ ^ twin 
taeuv ; separalei] at death, ^ 
^ aean^ keuen ; separated 
long, ^^H Akwei wel 
jih kew, ^^tfkwei pec ; to 
be separated, fQI^IJ U pe£, 

klh ; separated to a diptance, 
j^ ^ t'heaou che ; the \Wing 
and drad are etp.rnally sepa- 
rated, ^ ^ ^ ^ sang az& 
yung keue; separated for a 
long time, ^ ^ hetn k'tiwS. 
Sefaratelt, (10 speak of) 

SiIrl5S2i*"'i"^i"hiag 

die. 

Sbpiom, ^ 1R ^ woo 
tiOi kwah. 

Septanglb, -ti M ^ 
tseih ke3 htng. 

SePTEMBRR, 94 A-TC^ 

yin; jtn kiw ya5. 

Septbnart, "b fS |§^ 
Uelh ko teth. 

SbptenhiaLj-C »p — ' |SI 
Uelh negn ylh hwfly. 

Seftrntrional, yQ ^ 
^ pTb fang telb. 

SspTnAnffiiiARiAif.^pl'anu. 
^l.bu,il la6u,-fc-6IS<| 
tseth sefin t«Th. 

SuPTUAGirtT, -Jj -f" J^ I 
B^^^i^C'elh slilh Bze. 
so ylli che king. I 



Septim, ^ tfl jjn chung. 

SBprLCHRK.^chone. ^ 
fan, i^ ^,'>^" ■noo, @ 9^ 
tceu moo, ^ j| fan moo, i|[ 
W' fun yflng. 

Sepcltcrb, ^ ^ ^ 3t 
mac tsang che sze. ^ ^p ^^ 
^ gnan tsang che sze. 

SBacEL, H^ kwan he, 
m SS kwan t'hdw; result, 
W ft heaou nw'n, ^ ^ 
b6w8Z^,i$j|f||kegkw6. 

To 8B«tEHT8R, :^^J\ 

'^ chaou k£a jfih kwan, Mr 
^ W 'S' chwu kea kwei 
kvan. 

Skraqlio, Pi^ nny lcun» 
HP^ kweiin6n,^P5'tw.in' 
m^. iC(^ ta nuy, ^ |§ 
Ian kwei. 

Serbnb, ^gan; a serene 
^^y> ^^ I'heen tfling. ^ 
5t tBing t'hSen, ^^^ g^ ^ 
l'h.-en k'he mlng leing ; cairn. 
^^ gnantaing; siill, ^ 
p^shnh tfliii? ; a serene mind, 
JC? ^ Ji£ ^ 8i"n ping i h6. 

SERGKANT,^|j§pa tSung, 

/f-^^ was wei ; a public ser- 

ijeant, ^ '^ pob k'hwa^. 

^ Series, ^^tsz^i^,^ 

)^ ^ tsz£ sen, .tT:t. 
^ ^ nhang hga che tang t^, 
^^ chrh I8z6. @ chine, 
a US lubU, ^tt„g, ^ 



SER 11 

k'bo, ^ tub, ^ pau, ^ pel, 

1% pTiio, ^ cha, ^ wci, jA 
"*•* _fct ~*^ ±t« "fir 

seu, ^gnan, g^ k'hwan, j^ 

^ paD LBZ^, i$ ^fj pill le£] 
JS^chS; a seiies or arraiigO' 
ment, j^ j^ king lun ; a se- 
ries of years, ^g ^p leih a'e&a, 
J^ j^ lelli ue ; a series of 
steps, ^ kae.^^ kelh. 

SBKiors, ^ ^ chwan? 
kfng, ^ k'h.n, 1^: l^f'-g. Sfc 
^ kiog k'hin, Joking, ^ 
kuDg, if tsiJo, ^^ heuh, =1 
yi", § ^«ng, HIS y^ 
•''^ ^ nR •'«'" '=*''"S' ^ 
^ twan cliwdng. 

Seriously ill, ^ ]P piag 

tab, M !^ '^^ ""'^''' ^ tf 
ping chuiig. 

SKRloisNKsa^l^J^cMng 
chvvang, fi H :^ jO k'hin 
wei cIiB ail). 

SeKISSA F(ETI1)A, }^ ^ 

J^ mwan t'h«en sing. 

Sermon,^^ ^ fa Bhw6 
8ft ^^IfS shwSshooche 
bwa, mZ. IW^ ^'^°S che 
taou !e, fil # .^1 H k'beuin 
sh^n cfae yn. 

Serpent, ^ shay, ^ J^ 
shay liwijy, ^^ffewei simy, 
^^ chang chfliig; a large 
<lo- :^ ifS la sliay, ^ ]& 
wang liwiiy, ^ iiiaiig, ^fl 
mang It'itlg, § 44; keu aliay ; 
a scaled serfKiit, ^ jj^ tin 



L9 SER 

shay ;' poisonoua serpent, ^ 
llf^ tab tb&j. 

SERRATBD.^ke,^^;^ 

^ keu ch'hfe che hlog ; a ser. 
rated leaf, ^ ^ g y« ykw 

Serratula, =|f #1 k'hob 
seaou. 

Servant, ^ p6, ^LM 
Do6p6, -^ ^ Bh!) ylh, ^ 

yf.^ t«i y'h, ti ihae, 
l^^ylh tsQh, H he; the 
Servant of my lord, ^ g£ 
cliOQ chin ; a servant of the 
crown. ^ Q^ hw&ng chin ; a 
public servant, ^ chin, td 
■^ cliin tszfe, ^ bwau ; your 
servant, ^ » laSen sse ; a 
servant boy, ^ -J* Bbo6 tsz^ 
<|> 1^ seabu Bze, ^ ^ t&ng 
she, ^y* ;3^ seabu kcai ; a ser- 
vant girl, j^ pe, f M 7^ 
bwan,^^8bfenyu,:^* 
moo nyu ; a servant of servanU, 
^ ^ chdng taS ; servants in 
a family, 0^ J^ ke'a jIn, S^ 
^ kea p5 ; an old servant, ^ 
^ tsaiig ro6 ; a gentleman's 
servant, ;^ ^ "a kbw, J^ ^ 
kail pan, ^® ch'tiing efly ; 
one who serves, ^g f^ shi 
Ifng. 

To SEIRVE, ^ Bze, ^^ ^C 
filbszi, g|^ fuh she, ^ 
y^'^i W ^ «2e ylb, ^ cbing' 



SET 



1150 



SET 



UK fuh, f^ m 8Zc liow, f^ ' to set, as the sun, Q ^ jih lo^ 
^ fung 8ZC, ^ yadu, ^ fl A jih jub ; to Bet lorighta^ 
yoou, K yoou ; to serve in an j mC 7^ ch'iiob ch6. ^^5 cboo 
official capacity, ^ sze ; to cbS, ^^ J;:^ P^ P^i ^ V^ - ^ 
serve on the froniier, J^ ^ set forth an order, ^ ^ 
seuh yih ; to serve one's parent;;, ciio/i li'ug : to set aside orders, 
^^^^ -f^ sze fot) mob ; to "^ -^ shay mfng ; to setoui 
serve constantly. ^ ^JE chantr on a journey, J^ -f^ ken hing, 

pen ; to serve in one's turn. Jl K^ 3* ^^**^ ^***" • ^^ ^^^ "P» 

3^sbang pan : to retire after- ;£fl|^che, ^p^he, g^ she, ^ 

wards, |% ^(^ hiia-|»Rn ; to siioo ; he si^t ihem on his ri^ht 

serve out rations, |{j^ jjjf |r;|| antl left, ^ ^ ^ 3^ die 

p'iiae. choc (do ycw ; to set up a door, 

Brkvick, H^ ^ fiui ?z -, Yn* rn '^ ^'^^> ^^ ^^^ ^P '^ ^'S*^ 

g ^ ^$ fiih vth die szo, |ip ^cha p'heaou j to set up 

luou, ^ sze, ^ ^ ch'a a candle, j^ jsy ch6 chuh ; to 

sze, ^« p^ ynou yih , to be set up erect, ]|^ ket^n ; to set 

in service, "^ ^ vuig ch'ha. up a new religion, |^^|^ 

StRViCKABLt, ^ f^ ^ hiiig sin keanu J to set up a 

ycwyungterti. shed, f^ fllfl ta. pang ; to set 

Service-tree, ^ /fcrt. ^ forth a plan, -^ ^ shfemow; 

yang ke tsze. ^^ ^^'^ ^^^^^h exhibit 3^ he en, 

Servile, ^ J^ k'hwa p'e, B^ she ; to set forth, make 

l^-SS P' ke..h; servile as- known, §g|gchang she, ^ 

sent^^ ^ Ht =111: '^^'h belh ^he, B^^ niingyang, ^ ' 

tsze tszc. £'""^ ^''"^' ^h *^anl^' 

Skrum, ^JjchTh; serum of W ^^ang keae, fffl Sffi shin 




the eye concreting, Ug chc, 

Sbsamr, j^'^ ^ bo6 ma, 
^ ^ Che ma. 




shwo ; to set forth, explain, 
^ (suen tscw, ^ ^ shuh 
chin ; to set forth the duties of 



Ses AMUM. ^ ^ tang ' ^^ office, ^g ^g^ slmli chth ;^ 
hung, "gp kcJ shing, ^ Bet forUi, arrange, [^ <^Wn» 



ching. 



^ : to set on fiic, '^ cfad 




To SET, to place, ]^ 7C ch'how, jft ^ ch6 tswan, 
fing hea, ^ "F gan hea, g kwan, Mj <^ kwwi ho, pC 
ch« ; to fix, ^ Jol gnao ting ; '«*<>"> ^ fun> j£ X ^'^^ ''^ 



BEt 



1151 



SET 




^^ shaou ; lo set in order, J^ j j|n ; to set upright, ^ 0fin.;j^ 
ehd, ICI^ chiogshen, ^^ j tdh^^he, |^iho6 ; to eel as a 
gaa too, BH^cbin 16, |# dog,:ftj||ik'eabiishe,=^ke!h; 




^ peen did ; lo set aside, ^^^ 
^ hwant; k'lii, #F ]il 15 fe^ 
5^ ISO, ^ die, l(t hew, ^ 
fei, ift niuD, fS 181106, 

IQ p'heo k'bae, =^ t'hc, 

hay, IP^ H^ shTh fci ; to set 
down, ftl foo, IS w, }ft ^ 





fang taai ; to set to one's 
band, ^ ^ ts'hoo show ; 
to set to work, ^ JC ta kung, 
^ ke^i ]^ kung ; to set 
about any thing, ^ filing 
show ; to set one's aflections 
on, ^ fgf yu tslng; to set at 
variance, ^r ^ t'heaou so, 
^ saou, m w kead Kow ; 
to set on foot a petition, ^ 
— 5S-^ ^ Chung ylh 
ehaogchtng tsz^; to set at rest, 
^ "T? gnan hse, g^ nslh ; to 
set in motion, |^ chmg, ^ 
tdng ; to set sr bone, ^ cbu^, 
^ ^ sbiib kwo ; to set at li- 
berty, ^9bky ; to set sail, ^ 
)|Q k'hae cbwan ; to set forth 
wine, ^ 19 pa^ tsew ; to set 
one's mind at rest, J^ )(j> 

ang sin ; to set the teeth on 
JTedge, ^ ^ yay swaa ; to set 

an example, ^ 2p p'beaou 
th&n, f[K ^ p'heao u y^ng ; 
lo set an example to pos terity, 
Ifc ^ ^ A i^'hb teth b6w 



to set off, g^ Pq|[ teaou kati ; o» 
set off the beauties of atiy thing 
^ paou ; to set the world in a 

"aze, M^J^f heun 
leaou t'heen bea ; to set loose, 
1^ ^ kea^ cbing ; to aet out 
a meal,, f^ ^ she sun ; to^be 
set in gold, ^ ^ kin slt'ang ; 
a ring set wiili pearls, ^ ^ 

3^ W ^ 8«^"6 ckla choo 
keae die. 

Sht speedi,|^ f^ ts'bo6 
szl. 

SfeT of China, — i^ ^^ 
^ ylh l^iaou tsze k'b^. 

Settsb, {^ k'bang, ^ 
tang, ^ rHt tso cbwang. 

SfiTTiNQ sun, -ffl^ tsih, 
raing, j^tslh, ^ isang, _ 
te, ^ t'bee, H^ e, f^ ^ 'pe« 
pe« ; the setting moon, ^ j^ 
yue t'ho. 

To ^TTLE, ^ tfnir, ^ 
ying, ^ [^ tfne hea, ffS ^ 
pjingting,^^ fing wan, 

t'Imbu, fg Jb tsoo che ; do. an 
affieiir, IH fiC t'heaou I'hing 

:jc; 9 ^an sze, y^ Vnf ^^^ 
kee ; lo settle the reading, jgj^ 
ffj san ting ; to settle an ac- 
coi^nt, $^ 1^ t^ Chang, ^ 
IK; tstng soo ; to settle whal 
Xz 




SEV 



1152 



SEV 



is to be done, g^ moo ; to set- 
tle a quarrel, ^ f^ pae keae ; 
to settle a female io marriage, 
flff J^ kwei mei ; to settle a 
person, ]^ j^ ch'hoo che, {^ 
f^ pa^ pod ; to settle a bar- 
gain, ^ ^ J keang t'hb 
leabu, "fj^ ^ koo ting; to set- 
tle disturbances, y^ ^ tsing 
Iwan ; to settle, as dregs, J|^ 
ti, fp yu. 

Settled, ^^f JK chd io, 
^ ^ peth U'n?, ^ i^ i'hb 
t'gg, ^ te^n, f^ ^ ting t'hb. 

ting, nS H •*"" t'"g' ^ '^ 

gan choo, ^ hellj ; wound 

"P. rc fe^" '^^^' M ^ 
tft ling, 1% ^ Ung tang ; set- 
tled iu an office, ^ Wi ^^ 
clilh ; a settled countenance, 
IP -^ chi'ng sih ; to be set- 
tied in one place, dt ^ ^ <^o 
chft ; aft^;r the business was 
settled, 3^ ^ ;^ f^ sze 
ching che how. 

Settlement, (town,) ip. 
fow t'h6w ; new settlement, 
i|l g| sin fow t'how, ^ 
11^ sin chow fob. 
Seven, 4^ ^seTh ; the seven 
ruling powers, "t ^ tselh 
chfng ; the seven senses, -fi 
fS^ tscih ke5; the seven inlets 
of perception, ^q ^jf tsclh 




k'heaoii : sovcn vars ofnir«*. 



il ]^ i^®'^*^ ^"Xi sevenfold, 
-^:l ^ uelh i)ei. 

Seventeen, "f* -(J shlh 
tseth. 

Seventh, ^ Tjtetsetli; 
seven til day of the moon, ^y 

Hpn J^'^j^'tl l»'<^o iseth; the 
seven tit moon, 5C M'J ^ ^^^h. 
Seventy, t^ j* tseTh 
shfh ; seventy years of age, 

^ Ej Hi 'fiJ "een b tscTh 

seCin, ^ laou. 
I To sever, ^ ^ tse^ 
' twan, ^ ^ fun k'hac, ^ 
I H le k'hae, f|| ^IJ 16 pee ; 
, to sev^r people limb from 

'»>»^^^MA |5i<^h«keae 
jin mln. 

Several, ^ kfe, ^ keen, 
j^ ke heii ; several days, 
so6 jth ; several times, 
' ^ ^ soo tsze ; several days 

I ago, Iu i^ 9 ^^'^^ ^^^' ' 
.several myriads, ^ ^, ko 

' wan ; several persons, ^ ^ 

kfe ming. jft A ^^^ J'" > se- 

veral divisions, ^j^ke teaou. 

Severally to cast lots,^p(^ 

]\ mei po, — — h ^ 

y!h yth p5 che. 

I Severe, "^ ^^,^^'^ ^^, 
H jl^ suh ydn, M W 8^'^' 

^s^) J^ M y^" '®' ^ ^^^^"> 

\Wt^y^^ •*'"?) S M y^" 

^^'^ij S chung, j|^ ^ ySn 




SEX 



1163 



SHA 



le, ^ lelh, ^ ^ hn jAD, ft show, :;^ -fij <;; A Ifih sefla 
yen, ^ mang, m |^ md le ; che jin. 

severe hunger, g^ ^ teaou Sexual desire, ^ "^ "^ 
k% ; a severe punishment, J^ Wi "^° "yu che yiih. 
51^ cliiing hing, fg ^ t'hdng \ Shabby, niggardly, ^ i^ 
*''»««. ISc bH ySn ^ ; severe , Hn sih ; mean, ;^ |g pe low . 
govcrnmem, ^ j^ man!? ' a shabby fellow, 7j>X aeabu 
ehi'ng ; a severe injury, ^ ^ , jinjjhabby dress, ^jj^ g6 
shin had ; severe and rigid, "^ «i M fS lang sang. 
•»ft. wtche; a severe wound,! Shabbily, (to treat,) ^ 
S CT chiing shang ; lenient @ po t'hae ; disreputablv 4i 
to one's-self and severe towards . jjs |h| ffj wod t'hi meen tefli 
others, %\^'^E,tAU\ Shackles, ftl ^ kefi 
A kliwan e leiili ke, k'lilh Icaou, @ fg chTh tfili. 




Ashing jin. 

Sevbrklt cold, ]^ lH y^n 
ban. 

TosEw,|,§ fflng, 
^seun, ^fung, 
chuh, ^ tsc^, 
tseg, ^^ seuen, 
_che, ^yin, ^chin, _^ 
j^ been chuy ; to sew gar- 
ments together. ^ ^ iggn 
tscth, 1^ tpon. i^ 55 fflng e ; 
to sew up, ^ i|fi ^ fang 





SHACKLED, -i^ |g keih 
keu, ^ ^ SK^^ keth ta4 



ked club, ^ @ ^ 80 k'h^ 
lad. 

Shad, J§ |^ tsaou pTh. 

Shaddock, 3|ft '^ yAw 

Shade, (a spirit), ^ hwan ; 
tlie shade of a patriot, 
kw6 shang. 

Shade, covering, ^ chaou 
under the shade of a tree, ||| 





k'hfe la6 : the business of sew- ' W /O "F ^^^^ y^^ cbe hea, 
ing) i^ €1 ^ ^ f""fif seen ^ yiu ; frlass shade for a 



chc sze, fi*i|i;^$ chin | covering, gfe^]^^ pdid 
■e^n che sze. tang chaou. 



SEWRR^^^gnaQk'bang, 
;^ :% abwuy k'hang, j^^ 
^511 '*®^ sbwuy che k'hang. 

nan nyu fun pee che ch'hoo. 
Sexagenarian, *p ^hea 




Shade, shadow, jj^C bew, 

yin. 
To shadc, ^ PH yinc, 

g cbiing telb, ^fan,^ 

y^° P^) ^ S yen teTh. 




SHA 



1164 



SHA 



Shadow, ]|J ying; sliodow 
and echo, ^ $ ying heang ; 
shadow and substance, jj^ jj^ 
hlng y)ng ; the shadow of the 
•Mil, H j^ jth yin, ^ 1^ 
jTh ying ; dput^le shadow, J^ 
JP chung ying, f^ ^ hing 
yiing; skadow of a dial, J^ 
f^ kwei ying: : (o observe the 
shadow, IK^ ^ she y in ; catch- 
ipf a shadow, ^ ^} tsiih 
yin^r : the shadow of a dream, 
XJ Jf^ hwan ying; trees form- 
ing a shadow, ^ )^ ^ shoo 
chlDg yin. 

Shadowy appearance. Tat 
^ yaou fun . ^ f^ fun tsin. 

Shady, y^gae; shady and 

^^^ @^ ^ yi" i^ng* 

Shaft, of a «ipear, ^^ |^ 
keft ping, ^ pelh, ^^ pSe, 
i)$ t'han ; shafr of an arrow. 
^/^ tseen lean, ^ Uo, ^ 
kfe'en. 

Shag, or plush, ^ i| ^fS^ 
fsan U. e shanc:^ f^s>'^(£ 
'*"» ^ i^ dte wo6 yuAn p. 

Shaggy, ^ che, ^ 
pingning, ^ yii ; a shagey 

kbw, ^ mang, ^ nang, ^ 
^ che nang. 

Shagrrrn, f§St keaou, )^ 

it & 1* i^ 77 hai ya P'h« 

k'hb shih taou. 

To SHAKE. ^ chin, 1^ sin, 









__ chin, JH ^ chin tiing, ^ 
Hjfch'hung tiing, ^ fun,«[ 
hae, ^ has, |P bwuy, ^ 

han san, ^ ^ ya luy, 
to, :^ ban, ^gaoj^JJ 

t'heaou ; to shake the head, 

^ yadu t'hdw, ^ sfih, 

t'hfth, fifi t'hun, jphan, 

IK L'heaon t'hdw : shaking of 

the head, fH^ chen yen,!^ 

1^ kin yin ; to shake witli 

di'^cl, f^ HQf hea£ tiing ; to 

shake with the hand, ^ to ^ 

tQ shake hands, H ^ iih 

show, ^ ^ Ift show : ta 

shake hands and part, j^ j^^ 

fih pee ; to shake one's hand of 

a tiling, Ip; ^ sa shbw ; to 

shake the musical stone, JIM 

^ t'heaou k'liing ; to shake 

violently, ^ lob ; to shake a» 

a rattlo, ^ lah ; to shake tlie 

arms, ^ t'heaou ; to siiake off 

water, ^ hwuy ; to shake 

backwards and forwards, ^jfj^ 

Jgt'heYh tang; to shake off, 

^ ^ siih t'heaou ; to shake 

off slolli, J^SK tow sow ; a 

shaj^ing noise, ^j^ Icth. 

Shakya Moonbe, one of the 
names of Buddha, @ 2M '^ 
Jj^ shIh kea mow ng, 

Shall, sicrn of* the future, 
J^tsSang,S|f^tseang la6 ; 



SHA 



n55 



aHA 



ii shall be, iC^ ^ peih yi^w ; 
shall it be said ? ||| K^ dad 
taou. 

SHALLOW; ^ taeen, ^ 
tsg^Q,^ tsan ; shallow and 
easy, ^ |^ tse^n kin ; a 
shallow ca|iacity, ||| taeen, ^ 
m )^ keen shTh Ise^n ; shal- 
low wntor, ^ :4c tsofen 
shway, >|| i«rh. ^jf§ mth, jg 
l'hee.ii.y#^ P?h, Ji^ ) en ^ melh. 

Shallow, or rapid, ^fhan, 
ii Ij^a, ?^ tsSen, ^]^ tseth 
leth. 

Sham, ^ jjj tseay mtng. 
^ ^ yang we!. 

Shamblr. f^^ j<ih kea, 

^ ^ ^ ^^ '''^* ^*^ 
che kea tsze, ^ IS J^** P^» 

na TT •^^ banir. 

Shamr. ^ l^<*hft" "©w, 
^chan kivei,|^^kwei 
chan, ^^ s^w ch'he, ^ 
*^^ cMih sin, |^ he, ^ how, 
^ 8ew jiih, «^ tS nfew 
nd, f@ ncTh ; internal sense 
of shame, ft M ndy neih, ^ 
y^iVkwei sin, i(J^3i6 kweich'fe, 
f^ ^ tseth tsze, ^ how, ||@ 
^^ h6w ch%, ^ Pjg. h^ h6w ; 
a sense of shame, ^ 9& i^n 
ch^lii^, ^ H che sew, ^]S| 
7^ ^U sew woh che sin. 
To SHAME, fl^jiih, J^ tSen. 
Shamr-paoed,'|^ teen, ^ 
hae sicw. 







Shameful, S| ch^how, 
|g ch*h6w low. 

Shamblbsb, S|\chah, ^^ 
d^ ch&b tiih, ^ ffrwoAiaci, 

HIK how y^T]l|||& 

wo6 Idfen cli'he, fl| $^ woft 
ch'b^i Rdt ^ $ l^n P'ha 
h6w, I^ 19 & ^^^ B^^n 
p'hd. 

Shamans, or priesta of Bud- 
dha, ^ P5 ^^^ °^"- 

Shamo, (desert of,) ^j^ 

han ha^, J^ ^ aha md. 

SHA(f-8B, |j| S sbaa se, 
^tsia. 

SsAN-TuifG, ^| ]K shaa 
tuDg, p^ tsd. 

Shape. ^ hijft « ft| 
blng ch^ ; fbrm, Iff^ ||| mo^ 
yang. 

To SHAPB, ^{f{ soo seaDg. 

Sbapblbbb, ^ J^ UK 
pdh chlng yang tsx^, ]!^ 
^ pdh h5 shih. 

Share, ^ fiin, ^ ^ 
fdo tsz^, )^ ^ kob fun, ^ 
kob ; a share in a trading 
concern, **-^ ^ i^ 3^ yfli 
kob sang i ; how many shares, 
ffr |i|]^ t85 kb kob; divided 
into three abares, ^4§(s 
^ fun wet san fun. 

To SHABB, ^ fun ; to shar^ 
in the councils of the nation, 

^ ^ ft 9^ ^^^^ ^^^ chfng 
sz^; to share one's sorrows. 




SHA 

^ ^ fun yew ; lo share 
beoefiis, ^ ^ fun jun. 

Shark, ^ <='»«. 3^ M , 
■bayO, ^^ hod iha, §^\ 
''>B|.^<'I>&, 3^1^ ha^ tha; 
a kind of shark, g^so, K ke, 
jl^i^Ghrihg; shaik'B ekin. 

Sharp, ^J le.^chang, ^ 
kwei, $(/ mlh, ^aow, "^^^ 
she Uuh,§! leS, ^teg, ^Itin, 
ig(| tee, ^ L'huh ; sharp-point- 

I*. 9$ ^ tas^n jfly, 3® O'hob, 
^$ik6aou kd,£;|ab)n,jg| 
ebue, ^n juy; sharp-pointed 
wood, SlJ ^ yen miih, j^ 
eSen, ^^ t'hoo ; a sharp knife, 
^j yj W taou; a sharp aivord, 
f) g6 ; a sharp tool, fl]|$ 1>^ 
k'b^ ; a sharp blade, I|l] ]|ll 
tBtb isTh : sharp to the taste :^ 
In, ^ ^ sin la ; sharp, quick, 
^ k'liwae ; a sharp clever 
maD, ^M^K ^^" '« 
chejin ; a sharp in music ]f^ ^ 
Ifling shing ; sharp in replying 
^ij n lek'hbw.Ft^k'hbw 

jfiy.fi, P joyk'hbw. 

To 8HARPBN, ^ ^ tn6 
M,|[!lk>ha^,§led,101iing; 
to sharpen a spear, m?^ in6 
tseang ; do. a pointing}] yea ; to 
sharpen a knife, fff^ pellt. 

Sharpening, of the wits, 
^ U'hoo. ! 



1156 SHE 

{ Sharper, j^ ^ hwa 
iftM^ kwang kwio, 
kwan tod. 

To SHATTBB, ^ ^ p'h6 

hwa^.^gtchSp'ho.Jgftife 
p'ho tsiiy. 

To 3UATK, ^ t'he ; to shave 
the head, ^ ^ t'li^ I'hdw, ^ 
taan, ^J ^ e&i fa, |^ 15, || 

fl kwaa t'bdw ; do. the beard, 
Ji^fhiseu. gtelh, $1] 
fl ^ t'hi hoo Uzii. 

Shavings, ;^^miih hwa, 
^ ^ p'haou cb'bag. 

8Hii,'^e^k6,J^k'heii, 
flfet'ha.^lgpfefoo,^^ 
kae ny&. 

I Sh«ap, ^]^h6 8iih, 5fc 

ffih^pi,— M^ylh kwan 
h6,|fchen,^foo,^hSS,^ 
''wan, f^ keS, ^ 13, ^ sfih, 
^ tse, g| iBelh. ^ fun, ^ 
yay. ^i^^""- ^tsung, |g 
tcting,^gy«w, q" keu, f|t 
lun, ^1^ liin and kwan ; a 
small shear, i^ keen ; to fortn 
sheaves, ^ ^ wet keu. 

To SHBAR, 1^ tseen, ^ 
tsin, ^ij ean ; to shear sheep) 
g$ ^ ^ tse^n yang mafiu. 

Srrars, 5§f 77 '^^^'^ '"""' 
^ jS{ keaou tseiin, ^ ^ 
tseen tszg. 

Sheath, ^iieaou,if^chg ; 
sheath for a knife, /J W taou 
kith ; do. leather, ^^ <aou 



SHE 



1157 



SHE 




seaou ; sheath of a sword 

ill 9@ l^^n B^OU; ^ bea! 
3^ ping, f^ ^ pingping, ^ 
jaou, m t'haou, j^ seaou, 

1^ ^fii ^ ^'^^i" « ^ hciicn ; do. 
for a spear, ^ gow. 

Shbathixo under the tiles 
^ tBih, i ..h 1^ uh shang 
pan. 

SiiED; J^cha, ^ chang, 
)fi e, 1^ leii, im pang, ^ 
^"?> B ^ t'hwan p'hcaon, 
]^ ^ led shay, ±^ keuen, 
ya, ]M tan, J§f ch'hth, 
tsuh, ^ le, ^ ^sae ; a shod in 
a field, §^ shoo ; straw shed, 
gan leu ; a mat slied, 
pflng chang, :^ scay, 
5/tt8z6,]^k'hin; to erect a 
■hed,^jilllt?iiMn?^ 

To sHKi) tears, ^ ^ k'eih 
k1iGh,^^.'Jn^lewthe,"j;j]j^ 
I'J^aluy.J^JlljV^anlan,!!^ 
^ tan hwan, Jg^ slian, ^ 
tselh, H 7'^, yun t he, Ijf ?.^ 
y ih miner. ® J^ sha luy^ -^ 
heuen, JJti^liiwluy,^^ 

k'hcth t'h^, J^ ^ chan yuen, 
jig j^ tiiy luy ; to shed^copi. 

ous tears, f ^ $ ^ T^ l5c ^^^^ 
6uh hea luy ; to shed tears of 
blood, fil "SSL k'hcth heue ; to 
slied the teeth, ^ ^ hwuy 





ch'he, gg t'hcaon.^C tsm ; to 
shed lustre on^ yQ kwang; to 
shed one^s hlood, jj^ Jy£ Icih 



heuc, SK J6L iiw lieue ; shed 
light on, 5^ ming. 

Sheep, ^'yang, ^ 1^ 
shabu laou, ^ Uan, j^ Sp 
me£n yang, Mr keug, M ke& ; 
a sheep with four horns, t^ 
heen ; a large kind of sheep, 

lingi IS ^*"? ' '^ sheepfold » 
tsan, ^^ yang chan, 
^ m yang lan, 1^ chan, ft 
chan ; a sheep dog, ^ :^ 
choo fun : slieep^s eyes, ||3I 

Jk y^"g ^^^^^ liung tung ciiay 
lull hat^. j'ln ; to castrate a 
sheep, ^ ye ; a sheepskin. ^ 
kaou ; a flock of sheep, ^p ^ 
yang keun. 

SHEh:i>i3H, i^M^\ 
muh tseu clie Jin, ^ ^^ ^ 
^ /V muh yew wei che jin. 

SuEER, ^^lantQh, 
to6 ; sheer fun, ^ ^ J^ 
piili kwo he urh. « 

Sheet, or coverlet, jj^ j^ 
p'hft tan ; a sheet of paper, 

— W ^^^ y^^ 'J^e' — 3S 

yih chang chfe ; a sheet of wa- 
ter, *^ Chung, )|jL hang, ^ 
^ manghang, *^ '^ yin^ 
hj»g, }^ ^ hung yftnjr, ^ 
•^ hwan hwan, JUff laii 
han, 515 min, -Jjl g| hang yang^ 
^' yuS,y^mang, ^ meaou, 
J^hw6j6, ^maou, 
t'han t'han, )^ keun, j 







SRI 



1158 



SHI 





f^ tSen m^.fi^ woo, ^ yen, 
hwang, ^ mwan, ^t'ia, 

J^mflDghung. 

Shblf, ]m kwei, ^ kung. 

^ -jp kea l9«i, ;i^ K i^ 
^ kwei kd chwang 
shlh wflib. 

Sh.ll, !B? k6, gj ^ k5 
t82e ; a sbelUfisii, ^ Id ; a sea 
fihell,^jg|iiaeid,^pa,^ 
kS6 ; do. with serrated edges, 
y ^ hod wiih ; oyster shell. 
^ ^ baou kd ; the shell of o 
coffin, ;($ kd, ^ kd, M S& 
bwaiig ching. 

Shelter, ^ hew, ^ R^ 
P* »b, |(^ l{^ |ieen muiig, ^ 
p£ ; do. from wind and rain. 

IK SI ^ p« f""g y". ^ J^ 

pe fung. 

To SHELTER, Jj^ |)e, j^ 

^ p£ ; to shelter the people, 
Jte^p^min. 

Shen-sk province, 5C © 
shen se, ^ tsin, |^ fp kwan 
cbang. 

Shepherd, ^ miih, ^ 
A mah jIn, ^ ^ Ji^ k ban 

yi«ff j>», :filfc ^ 6^ fang 
y&ng teTb ; a six pberd's boy, 

^ 3^ miih tfing, ^ g milh 

shod. 

Shield, /|f tdn, ^ J^ pad 




1^ <ii, ilt f%, i( m h^ t»n. 
fei, ^ ^ sze k'hei(, ^ 
kwei tdn ; spear and shield, 
^ )§ madu tdn ,- bracea 
shields, ^ j^ tdng tdn ; to 
hang np shield:), |^ )|^ heudn 
fa. 

Shift, an under g.irtnent} 
rP f^ ban saa ; a subterfugei 
ig ST kwei ke. 

To SHIFT, ]^d,* to shift 
one's place of abode, ^ ^ 
rseen s^ ; to shift off from one's* 
self, ff^ ^ t'buy wcl. 

Shifting sands, ]^ fjjr 
Idw sha 

Shin! Hi Icfin. j^ [^ k55 

'e«". ^ Hi n«iy •««". ^ 

keaou. 

S^iN-BONK, ^ king, ^ 
kaou, ^ ^ king kwilb ; the 
shin bone of an ox, j|^ king. 

To SHINE, hg. beuen, ^ 
;J1Q fa kwang, jl^fj[ heudn 
yadu, g a^ fa mlng, 3^ W 
kwang hwuy ; to shine upon, 
^ yadn ; the sun shining, Q 
ft ^^ J* <^'hdw fa kwauir. 

Shingles, |S[ pan, ?fC % 
miih wa. 

Shining, 3)& M|( fcwaog 
hwuy, Jg seih, ^ iib, JjjS 
yiih, 05 heuen, j^ yen, 



^0| ^ ^ tang leTh, ^ )^ y^^, jl^^^ teanHlan, ^ jgg 
Bh6w paa, ^ tun, ^ kan,||! I wei ne?7S| kwang, ^ kwang» 



SHI 



1159 



SHO 



ifd ^ kwnng yaou ; shining [ Shirk, ^ Pang. * 
lackered ware, 3'c ?3^ it , Shirt, j^p ^ l^^n san, ^ 
kwang iseili k'he. f^ han joo, /J^ f^ seabii san. 

Ship, ^ cliwan, ]|fj fuli,| To shivkr in pieces, Tg^ 
f$L hang, ^ pTh, || fei, |f^ j ^ p'lio teuy ; shivered lo 
f«i ; foreign do. ^ jft ^ pih, pieces, ^ 3^1 so so, J^ ]$ 
^ ^ ya»g chwan ; one ship, | so tsily j to shiver (with cold,) 
— :S IS y^h <^'^»'^ ^hwan, Jfr . ^ chih, ^ lin , ^ yen, |^ 
chow; 3fl}- J^ chow hang, |^ chen, ^ ^ han cWn ; shi- 
jl^ kow luh, f^ 1^ pang : vering and shaking, ^ j^ 
sbwang, |^^ ^ t'haou k'ho, I san san, ^ ta. 
If^ lang ; a Chinese ship, |^ ! Shoal, of iish, ^ wae, j^ 
j^ ]|§ pih tsaou chwan ; mer- fj ffl ^ yu liing seang sfty, 
chant ship, ^ fjffl ho chwan, ^ j^ yn shniLr. 
1^ jlQ* shang chwan, |ftj jjfi Shoai., or saml-bank, ^ 
sliang plh ; ship of war, ^^ ^ sha sc<in. 
chen chwan, ^^ ^ niuiig Shock. ^ i)e:h ; the first 
cliung, gjjp ^ szc chwan, ||j|[ , shock, 10 — ^ ts'hoo yTh 
j|& mttng Chung, jj^ heen, ^ pelh. 

J^ ping chwan, ]j^ jft U | To be shocked, H^ )|^ 
tang; a ship in the Japanese k'lielt kiiig, ^|5 *^''» ^'^a. 
language, i^ jj/g ^^^ n6 j a 
ship's head, ml J^ chow loo j 

a fire ship, yC wSf '^^ chwan . ^ - „^ 
a pirate ship, ^ Ifi^ tslh | .# kin, ^ s'Cl^ 3uh ; shoes, 
chwan ; a flat-bottomed ship, ' ^ ^ ke?. ind; (a local term,) 
^ ]|^ sha chwaii ; a sharp- ! j^ hwa, P* sen; shoes of vari- 
bottomed ship, J^ ^ neabu | ou3 kinds, ^ fung, f ^ hca ; 
chwan ; sIiijKboard, Jt |8Bf d^- fo' children, ^ sa ; an old 
chwan shang. j shoe, ffflt ^ P® ^^' W^ ^ P^ 

Shipmaster, )|j^ 4^ chwaii le ; a straw shoe,]^ )^ tsabu 
chob. s^, ^ Be ; hemp shoes, |[p 

Shipwreck, Ij^ ^ p'ho ' fei, J^ keo ; leather shoes, 
chwan, ^ ^ shih chwan. j )^ ho Ic, j^ ^ ?'!»•■ »itiae.; 

ShipwmiigHt,J|5(^ chwan [ woiivin's sniall shoes, J^^ tee; 
<8^a^^. ' a kind of shoe. J^ ^hoo. 1^^ 

Yy 





Shoe, ^ heae. }^'{| se, 
heae, itkcu, Igle, H te. 
selh, H ^ ked Ic, jg^ she, 



SHO 



IIW 



SHO 






fS pc heae ; a pair cf sljocs, ^ lA iieabu tseang ; to ehoot 

ylli =hwang_li«aej forth rays of light. ^3fl6 ®^^y 

iiwang ; to slioot forth sprouts, 
^ chue, ^ ^ ming'nce, 
^^ ming 3 ay, ^ ch he. 
Shop, f^ teen,)g chen, 

hang 



shoes and stockings, 

le wa ', a shoe-brush, ^ ^J 

hea^ shwa ; shoe-flower. j^ 

^ fuh sang, Ir :^ hang 

bwa ; shoe-ldtch-Jt, ^ leang \ ^ ^ chen sz^, 






£ hoa^ \y\io\. §i^ pMioo, 5^ ik)6, 



Shoemaker^ 

Ueang. ! sze. §^ I^ poo t;^en. 

Shoot, a twig, ]^ teaou, SHorKEKFER, J^ )^ teen 

ffi ij^ shod che ; young shoots hoo, ^ ^ pUoo ho6, ^ ^ 

of wheat, ^ ne'e ; the shoots p'hoo kea, J^ ^ teen kca. 

of bamboo, ^ seun, ^ chuh \ J^^ te^n t'how. 

fresh do. ^ ll^ w'y*^*^ P^*^ Shore, ^gnan, ip* liaj, 

seun ; salted do. g| ^ yen i^ g6, j^ gac, ^j^ gae, J^.\^ ; 

seun ; the slioots of a tree after seashore, J§ ^ ha^ g^^^^ j$ 

U is cut down, ^ neS , a ^hac pcen, ^ J^ hac pi»i ; 

young shoot, ^ nee ; shoots . shore of a bay, v^ j|^ gaou 

of corn, ^ yang. ^ ' ^ae, {1^ ke ; a high shore, ^ 

To SHOOT au arrow, ||^ ^ tsin gae, jf^ yub, j^ kin, 

Bl^ay, J^tT fijf shay tsiien, ^ tJC IS shwuy pin ; sliore of a 





mh ; to shoot with a bow, ; lake. 
§ij telh, ^ |>eih, ^ shay ; to 
shoot with a pellet bow, p| 
tan ; to shoot with an arrow 
having a string tied to it, ^ 
^ keaou shay, ^ ^ yTh 
shay ; a shooting star, ^tj ^^ 
cho y5, i^ i^ ch6 y6, yjft 4 
16w sing, ^ ^ pci sing ; a 
shooting walk, J^ to, J^ 
p'hangr ; to shoot in tlie dark, 
w ® ji? shay gnan tsiien ; 




.» • 



to go on shore, 
tang gnan, Jt ^ 
sliang gnan. 

Short, ^ twan, ^ c, 
kwan, jiij chfih, ^ ji^C 



to push a carl back and shoot j^^i^ 
out its cont**.nt9, yfj 



t'hiih suh, gg chue, ^ chug, 
^chus, ^^ keuh kcrih. 

%i ^^ p^^ k«a«; :^ y»"ff» ^^ 

^ keuen hwiiy, $£ pa, ^^ 
scucn twin, f^ ^ puh suh, 

M f|i l^« '^^^ i ^ ^'*®'^^ ^™e, 



:f *|k'ingkth,^|[|Itsc^n 
rYh ^ |[|I shabii kih. i^ }f^ 



jang J g5 k'hinir. 



to slioot Willi a gun, ^ ^ \ gj^^ k^.^„^' j^ ^ j,.,^.-^,^ ^j,,^ 



SHO 



1161 



SHO 





wan heang, ^ ^ ^^i'L'^1' 

beang ; a short cut, 
tseS king ; Bhort fur, 
tse^n maou ; short and ugly, 
^ MS Uo low, Ife UR tan 
keue; ehorl and small, ^ 

ying, 5t8 ^^^"' ^ M; Pe t8«^, 
IS cMh, ^ 7^ p5 kee, ^ 

^ pe aze, ^ ^ P^ y^ J 
short and e tun tod, ^ yae ; 
short work, ^ lEl twan 
kuog ; short hair, ^ 
twan fa ; short of cash, ^ 
Jl ke^n sb fei ; short and 
brittle, 3^ flQ tso seih ; short 
garments, ^ f^ choo joo ; 
short-tailed, ^ keue, ]J|^ 
]^ keug we) ; a short-tailed gar- 
ment, S^ifS^ keug e; short- 
sleeved garment, fg? seih, ^ 

^ tan seih, =^/j|^ pwan sftw. 

Short-lived, j^ ^ twan 
ch«, ^ yaou, ^ ^ ming 
yaou, ^ yaou : abundant and 
short-lived, ]|U |^ 'ceun chun. 

Short-comtng T^^twan 
ch'hoo, ^ J^ twan g6^ 

Short-sighted, ^ ^ 
kfn she. 

To comb short of one's 
duty, ^ ^ twan che. 

To SHORTEN, j^ ^S^uh 

twan. 

Shortest day, 3g ^ che 
jih, ^ ^ tung che. 






Short-hand writing, Jp^ 

^ keen petU seay. 
Shortly, ^ (^ shabu 
k'hing. 

Shortness of breath, ^ 
^twank'h{s,^ket5,DgyTh, 
gi^ heae, ]^ gd ; shortness of 
the day, ^ Sjih twan. 

Shot, a bullet, fP 
tan tsz^ ; small iron shot, 
|y t'hee shaj a good shot, 
with an arrow, j^ ^ ^ 
habu tHg^n show. 

To SHOVE, l^yae,^ uun, 

«C c»^^ m P'h» ; to shove 
a boat over land, ^ jU* tang 
chow. 

Shovel, ^ tseaou, j^^ 
hwa tseaou, Hf ^ keuS t'6w. 

Should, ^ kae, j|^ tang, 
!iL«,*^P&ntang,J|^ 

^^Jf "^^ US ^ ying kae, 
^ kae tang ; should notf 

pei, :^ If P"h k'hb. 
Shoulder, ^ keen, ^^ 
keen pSng, ^ |g keen t'hdw, 
M^keenp^fl^p5,^|| 
keen p6, flf Ig p5 t'hdw ; a 
shoulder of mutton, ^ ^ 
yang shi ; the shoulders, 3E 
"" yiih Idw, ^ ^ Idw ytth, 

y"> Wi^P^ '^^^^ ' shoul- 
der blade. ^ f§ he« kwtth, 
|8[ koo, 1^ koo, ^ "iSj^^'^a 
P^> f5 y^^"» ^ kwei, ^ p5 ; 
broad shoulders, ^ ^ keea 





SHO 



11C2 



SHR 



k'hwan : sliouldcr by sl»onlcit-r 
JE ^ ping k.ien, ©f ^ peen 



her 



et^ 





To sHouLDKR, J^ ^g keen 

tan, ^iEMM ^ang tsae 
k&ri t'h6w. 

To SHOUT, P^ Ii6, *p ng 

hoo h6, B§ "X SK . ''^ ^ 
•hing, ^ ban, jg D^ ha^u 
han, »4 ^ ^^^6u han. -^ V^ 
hoA kcaou, t^ ^ lioo haou, | 
Hf^hooya. 

Shout of joy, ^^kob foo, 
_ S Q^ keun shing hcucn. | 
Show, ^ ^ <an hwa ; a 
show of eating, g ^.."*^ 
shlh ; show and reality, 
hw& shlh ; mere show, ijjj 
poe chang, ^ ^ chwancr 
keanpf ; an attempt at show. ^ 
in 4^ na6u kca tsze, ^ ^ 
inae lunff : pIiow. lil'c Puncli 
and Judy,$@PSIltnh kod 

To SHOW, 1^ ^ 

pe k'han vTh k'han. 
choo lii;«^n. Ja <^be, ^ W che 
ch6, ^ 7J^ cUh she, ^|I|3|C 
chfe ch»huh laS, |^ §1 chN 
yin ; to show beforehand, "J^ 
7^ vA she ; to show tlie way, 
j^ ch^ loo ; to show foith, 
^ fa he^n ; to show kind- 
ness, JKH ^ she gnSn ; to 
show kindness to distant 
strangers, ^ ]S A jow yuen 






jin ; to show mercy, "^^3^ 
Kjg ta fa tsze pel ; to show the 
bones, ]f^ h?ng : to '^how off a 
handsome woman, ^J ^ mae 
seaoii. 

Showkr of rain, ^ Jg| |in 

tle shower, n^-^ming muh ; 
a s1isht6hower,^sha,^\vej 

W: S ^"y ""^'J^ ^ ^«af>u 

yu. ^ Fan, fg ^ dr^i tse^ . 
a viuli nt shower, :^ p^p6 yii, 
^ ^' ieih selh ; a long con- 
tinued do. 5^ 1^ kew yh ; a 
sudden do. ^ f^ tsr^ih yfi ; a 
slow do. ^ ^ fseu yu ; sum- 
mcr do. -i^ i^ mn yu***! : n 
heavy do. ^ plief, ^ ® 
yth hw«, ^fg panor p'hef ; a 
shower of Ptones and arrows, 

^ ^ ^ T si»'5 Rhlh yfi 
Ilea : the laf tcr end of a show- 
er, TJfC «^^ ^ J- ^ ^!S s^^^bu 
yu lln;^ inaou. 

Showery, )^ ^ pang 
phaS. 

Showy, I^Pm^le. 

Shrrd. )§ ?^ sr5 tsiiy, 

^fj[T j^ "t* poo theadu tsz^, 
^fii'^l^'^^'^^owtszjj. 

Shrew, MM^^ go 
|)e!h che foo. 

Shrewd, f^ ^ ling le, 

f& iE '»"^ P^«n S^T^ kw«<5 
k'heabu, ^5 ft fe k'hcabu 
k^ teth. 



SID 



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SID 





To siiprKK, fi^he^^l''^' 
k'hQh kca.'.u ^ |^% ^ 

kaou shing t'hg k'huh. 

Shrikr, Is kelh ; wliite 
shrike, ^ yang^ ; black 
elirike, f^ jl% pi»g k<^w. I 

Shrill, JRS han hSang. j 
a shrill tone, ^ § tsinsr ! 
■hing, ^ ^^ hifang shing, 
T§^ heang yin ; a shrill cry, 
telh. 

SnnrMP, ^/} ^ f"n 1*^'^) 
i^ ^ ht-a tsze. 

Shkine, ^ k'han, |^ ^ 
shin khnn, ^^^ heang k'an, 
1^ o. fnjB elilh. ^ ^ pabu 
tso, {35leth, {fTtan. 

To PHRiNK up. ^^1 tsan 
chn, ^ ^J1 tsan cha ; »o shrink 
ba'-k wirh f^. r. |^^ is'henn 

*"-"" lii^'»»5y 8uh,^f| 
siih sang. 

To sHRivR, a'Tordingto the 
Foinninsts, f^ ^ kca^ k'hae, 
j^ i^ shth fang, j^ H keai 
tsiiy. 

vShrivfj., (see shrink,) ^ 
tsan ch'ha. i 

Shrivf.tt.fd, ^ (seaou, I 
seuen, ^ isow, ^^keen, i 

^Ik ^^^' ^c ^'*'^^ J shrivelled 
skin, "^ tsze. | 

SiDR, ^ p<"en. 5i^ peen,^ 1 
^19 pecn tsth, ^^pang peen, 
5? pang : the side of the body, 
|§ p5 ; the two sides, ^ HQ 








leang p5 ; the rii-hl side, 
^ yew peen : left do. 7^ 
tsb ixjen ; inrniner from*side to 

side, tSllMKiM Chen 
chuen fan tsth ; the side of the 
face, 1^ sae ; the sides of the 
mouth, I5J7 Wan, ^ wan ; the 
side bones of the face, j^ 
kwei : side of the road, 

Pe» ^ ^ »o^ I^ng, , ,^ 

\n^\\ tsTh : a side chamber, JB 

bea, E^ ^ keeshth, ^ - 
I)een hea, ^ 1^ ^a k6, ^,^ 
^'^^ ^ i^ yJb ting, i^ t'bb ; 
do. to the east and west, )% 
seu, B^seang, )^^ seang 
fing. Hi lang; side apartments, 
W M ^^^e woo, ^ loo ; tbe 
side of a house, j^ king ; a 
side door, ^ P3 pang mfin, 

posts of a door, ^ se^, ;(^ 
kwan, |§ ch'hang, ^ tseen ; 
side arms, ^ 77 yaou taou ; 
side by side, ^ ^ pinff kea ; 
to ride side by side, iMr. m 
pfng keu ; a side wall, j^ § 
yTh hwan ; a side look, ^ ^ 
m^'on lag ; the side of a pond, 
L chung ; the side of a river, 
' juen, *JpJ ^ hd pancr ; the 
sides of an angle, f^ ff| ^ 
kfio liiang seen ; sea-side, f^ 
hae pin ; to sit on one side, 
j|& p;»en ts(> ; a side, or 
party, H tang. 





SIG 



llCi 



SIG 






To SIDE with the learned. 
S ^ tang hc6 chay. 

SlDKROXVLOX, ll| ^ M 

shan lau shoo. 

Sideways, ^ king ; to 
lay sideways, ^Ull king tsTh. 

Siege, S ^ J^iS j^ wei 
jadu chinsr ch4 ; to raise a 
•icgc,^gch5wel. 

Sieve, W^ P^ ^^' ^^ 
^ szft k^, P she^ Ifi ^ pa 
,jb, f^]^8el6,f)f suh, 

fen 164^ te, iSiteg. jf^chaou, 
jg II chaou la, ^ cho, ^ 
se, :^ pan ; close do. ^ fan; 
a sieve for winnowing grain, 
^ po, Sl^ sze ; a horse -hair 

•4 Id ; a coarse sieve, ^1$ 
ts'hoo she ; fine do. ^ fM »^ 
the; a gauze sieve, ^ ^ 
kin Id ; a sieve for flour, |j]i 
^ ;^ 1^ she meen che Id : 
a sieve for straining rice, ^ 
Ucuen, 1^ senen. 

To SIFT, ^ she ; to sift by 
letting smaller particles fall 
through, ^ JIS ihae low ; to 
sift by throwing: up the grain 
in the sieve, ^ ^j^ po m^ ; to 
sift out a matter, ^ ^ tH 
chaou tlh ch'hiih. 

HH^ M^ t'han sPTh. ^ $1 t'han 
ahing, J^ yu, ^ tse, ^ hoo, 





teen. fij£ tseay, 



S(* 



tseay^ Sf ^^ ^'^ ^^^e ; a 
long eigrh. -J^ ,^ thae selh, 
^ ^ chang t'han, D§" k Vei ; 
a si^b enough to melt the 
rocks, ftl "^ ^ ^ hwa shlh 
che t'han : a sigh of admira- 
"on, ^gli: e yu, ^^ fft gaou 
hew. 

To siGH,5||he,^he,t^ 
kae, ^ ke, Q^ kwei, J^ selh, 
nH t'han, ^ ^ tseay t'haa, 
fJ^^ cho t'hanri^ teen, \^ 
e, ff^ tseay, 1^1 f| tseay fan, 
^ lUl tsze tseav, "^ "^ woo 
hoo, ng yin, D^ '^^"'P '^®' 
tfgch'ha, B^^chuh, ^ gaft. 
Ik^ np teen he, Hj^ tsze, ^ 
yew; he sighed out his lamen- 
tations, ifj^ ^ fifl ^ kae kd 
t'han e ; to sigh deeply, ^ f^ 
wei jen, d^CiS^ ^'^a^ seth; 
siehing is not for ever, ^ ^ 
woo yung t'han. 

Sight, 'RTM^^^klib 
kwan che sze ; a fine sight, 

5^ :i: habu k^^og k>ng i 
sight of the eyes, |R Jj yin 
leTh ; first sight, ^ ^ ts'hoo 
keen ; in sight, ^ ^ he^fi 
keen ; to lose sight of, xf\ Xl 
puh keen ; sight dark and be- 
wildered, ^ J^ mow she; 
sight and hearing not yet fail- 




SIG 



1165 



SIG 




slie t'hiDg 



pdh shwae. 

SioHTLBss 'eye-balls, ^ 
«^^> ^ mang. 

To SIGN, to make a mark, 
^ ^ la haou, ± II ehang 
haou. jrj ^] f£ li y m hao^ 

liaou ylh haou, ^^^yu»g 
tsze haou, 5^ ^y^ haou ; lo 
eijn one'g name, ^ ^ tsieu 
nj-ng, ^ J^ hwa niing, ^ 
^ tseeu slioo, ^ ^ td("eii 
t^ ; to sign a death warrant, iij, 
ff^ kow keue. 

Sign, mark, ^ haou, !^ 
1^ tsze ha£u* g^§§^ ke ha n; 
sign of a shop, ^^ iszc 
ha6u ; rhe si^Mi of a post hmise, 
i§ hwan ; sign manual, B^ 
J^yi'n liaou ; signs of licavoii, 
$^ §^ t'iieen se'ang, tj^ she ; 
thirty deirrees make one sign, 

^=^\1^&^^^ san shth 
loo wei ylh kung ; the Zodiac 
is divided into 12 signs, fS^ 

Ji ^ B + — ^- Invang 
taou fun wet shih firh kung ; 
to call together by signs, ^(^ 
^chaou liwuy ; sign of the 
dati\re, ^ t'he ; sign of the 
genitive, '^ che ffy telh ; 
sign of the future, t^ tseang ; 
sign of the past tense, '^ 
tsang^ Ej ^^ 1^ king, || nee ; 
sign of the passive in verbs, 






^ pe, ^ wei, J[i keen, 
sh6w ; sign of tlie plural, 
pei , 1^ tsaou, {If tsae, #^ mdn. 
Signal, (of fire) ^ fuog, 
!^ leaou, ^ peaou ; a signal 

peabu k^, ^ J^ peaou kd, 
k'he, ^ hwuy, j^ S| k6 
haou ; a signal gun, ^ j^ 
haou P^&ou, Q^^ mlng p'aou; 
a signal to look to, ^^ 
wang p<:a6u,^^ ha6u ling, 
M£ ^ i^Jng hwuy ; to make 
a fire for a signal, fe ^ ^ 
fill ^^'^^^ '^^ ^^^' haou ; a signal 
P»^ ^ peaou, ^' too ; to 
make a signal,^ ^^ ^ 
chaou hwiiy, p^ts'hcen, 
^^ chuy chaou, J^ yu, 
tsinj: ^ IP <^hfehwuy,^ ^_^ 
chfe liwuy, ^ ^ hwuy che, 
^ peaou, ^ ))^ peaou k6 ; 
to hoist asignalj^lp^cha peaou. 

To siGNALizK to the peo- 
ple by a flag, ^ S J^ 11^ 
I'ha min ^ tsing ; to signalize 
one's-self, {Jj ^ ch'huh miog, 
^ ^ yang mii^; to sig- 
nalize a person, ^^ ]j^ 
keth ting ta^, # ii S 
shang sz6 fung teen. 

SiGN-BOAun, ^3 jpB chaou 
pa^, 0^ pa6, ^ peaou; do. 
of a tavern, ]j^ hwang, j|^ 
hwang, ^ ^ H ^ tsew 
kca waug tsze. 





m 





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n 



ify 



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|y//ifi m/i, ^ ^ liwsirj i«i . i 
l'# i:)fiiin«t Hie M'lrrio on u» 

yfi |iri 

'ri/«Mi;/,l|[fti.w.iy,5ggiM;, 



7*rb t:^r -^ij £1- u -::: 









^ k.ri .>5 ; :j ^r.-:: :h- rr.inih, 
PJ J.o ft'r.r.TT. ^ PI keen 
k liow, ^ PI pe k'iibw. ^ 
^ ch'he kio \ tc shut up 
ones rnoMCli, ^ O fung 
k'liow, ^ k'liin. Hg sang, gn 
kari B§ whii ; to sliut people's 

iiiomliH^ ^^It^cn yu ; to 



SIC 



1167 



SIC 



shut the eyes, "^ ^ hd mfih) 

MB V^ muh, IS H p^ 
yen, ^ sec ; to cover one's 
eyes wiirully, § roaou, J^ 
B i'lian madu ; to shut 
tlie eyes in death, ^ Q 
iQeen muh ; do. in sleep, 
^ meen ; not to shut the 
eyes all night, — 1^^ "^ 
tj^ y ih yay pfih hd y^n ; to 
shut one eye, i^ — 9 P^ 
yTh mah, ^ hea, f^ hea ; 
^shut closely, St^ >^^» P*, 
OT ^ P^ ^'•^ 5 8*»"t up on 
every side, @ koo, |9§ @ P^ 
koo ; to shut up an army, ifij 
j^ lih ping ; sliut up by the 

f"'^^ ^ M f^an ying, ^ BH 
hod p^ ; to shut up a house of 
business, done by government, 
^ ^ fung haug ; to shut the 
eyes and think, ^ le, B^ 
tseen, |^ se^. 

Shuttle, "^ choo, :|^ so, 
^ «0|^ l^wan, g ^ tung 
kwei, ^ choo, ^ foo, 
kwan, J^ kwan, |p[ y5. 

Shuttlecock, to play at, 
^^ plh chang,^]^ ta 
y^n ; do. pUyed with the feet, 

Shy, SiS ^ ^^ P^ J'!)' 
SiAM,^S seSn Id. 

We p5 seen che che nyu. 




mei, 





^ hac pi'ng, ^ ^ . ^^ 

hwan,^tlh,^kin,||luy, 
j^ 2|i[ tseaou tsuy , ^ keen, 
J^ kwan, ^ yang, ^ wei. 
^|y«.Jff»»»wan wah,3^ 
^56e,|^]^ langt'haog, ^ 
tsuy ; very sick, fj^ kwac, jpp 
^chaya,fReha^^tangj 
sick at heart, l(^ ^ sin mei ; 
sick and inclined to vomit, ^ 
tjjh yfih t'hob, i@ kTiwan ; 
sick and dying, ^ ]P| yaou 
le ; sick and exhausted, ^g 
mang ; sick |>eople. ^ T^ 
ping chay.^j^ ^. ^ f<>6 
ping chay, ^ luh,}^ tse; sick 
with sorrow, j^ shoo, */^ y5, 
$ k'be, ^ lo, XfS k'heung, 

I8l%. S «'^"> SS ft 
hwuy hwuy, ^Tf jBfif ping s^n. 

To BE SICK, ^ ^ pAOU 

P»o«» ft ^ yen y«, & e, ^ 
k'he and che, ^ kan, ^ le, 

^^ I'ecn hwan, St^M 
n shin tsz^ yew ping. 

To BicKBN,^]^tiihp'o6; 
to sicken and die, ||^ 2{S p{ng 
tsuh. 

Sickness, Imping, |^ 
^ tselh ping. ^ che, f^ 

^ chay, ^ iscay, gg g| 
chjng h^, ||^ g^ tseili yang, 
^ '«) ffil seang, 1^ too. 
"ang.»yWi, ^ t1mou,fflf. 



Sick, ^ |^ yew ping, ^ ' t'ho, ^ tsaoiu ^ isze, 

Zz 




SIL 



1168 



SIL 






poo, ^ kew, ^ uae, ® ym 
^^. ^«h, |£ fuh, J^ 

Pi W ^ ^'Z^ P^"S f ^}^^' 

nesB arisingfrom heat, f^ ^ 
j^ ping, ^ shoo; eicknesB 
arbing from malaria, ^ 

Wt 1M S^ ^^^ ®^ shang, 
tUDg ; sickness arising from 

vexation, ^ ^ ch'in mef ; a 

slight sickness, ^ yew, ^ 

kwa ; a sickness occasioned by 

<^old)^ ^ ban piog, j^ heen. 

Sickle, ^$fi| leen kow, 
leen j large do. fq chaou ; 
short do. §S^ cblh, ^ ke ; and 
keS ; a hooked knife, ^ kow, 
X^l ^, e kow ^ ban, flj 
k", fj t5, ^ll pd, il ke; 
sickle and ils handle, ^ ^ 
chaou 8ze ; a sickle,^ p5. 

S,cKLY/^e, Uliiy'li 
^ teaou shen. 

(For the words from Side to 
Signet, see pp. 163, 164, 165 ; 
printed by mistake in that 
place.) 

Significant, -^ ]§£ yew 
^.'fi^^JiC^paouhan 
to 6 sze. 

Signification of a word, 
!^lg:tsz6i,jf!|| uze 6. 

To SIGNIFY, }§ Jfs Chfe 

she ; to inform, ^ j^ pa6u 
che, ^ ^ kaou pin ; to sig- 
nify, mcan,^5g^y^w6 sze. 




W ^ 8uh tsing ; Silence ! 
ff| ^ mo chliiih shiug, 
P7 keen k'hbw ; to sit in 
silence, HJf ^ mth tso ; to 
think in silence, |^ ^l|[ mib 
seang, ffi ^ hlh scan£^; to 

put to silence,^ A^ W ^ 
^ she jin woo yen k'hb tuy ; 
to read prayers in silence, ^ 

M^W^^ "^^n king 
tseih shing piitfch'huh. 

Silent, ^ meih, ]^^ 

tsing meth, ^ meTh, ^^ 

kelh tseth, ]^1^ tsing tseth, 

pQh ts6 shing, ^ ^ heuen 

MS ^ W '"'^'^ ^^^'^ ^^^ y^o, 

l^^mih jen, ^SJt^sing 
nn^h, p§^ tsing, ^ ^ tselh 

in^ 9i( ^ ^elh mo, 1^ (^ 
ban mlh, Xm meen, hS mih, 
,^ e, P heu&, ^ p tsgi 
^^i'^Sf ^ ^ ^^^'^ leaou, ]^ 
leih, iSyin, j^S ^s^* 1«^'» J 
to speak or be silent, as cir- 
cumstances require, ^ ^ ]^ 
^ hw5 mth hw5 yu ; a silent 

man, @ ^^S ^^ J*" 
shin tsing, ^ '^ ^ kwa 

ygn chay ; silent as the 

grave, ^ m5 ; to be silent, 

JgJI^ keen mTh,Sam5m5, 

m^i fil'mth, Im Wt ban mlh. 

SiLiaUASTRUM, ^^ tSZC 

king. 




SIL 



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SIL 



Silk, (raw,)^8ze,|^sze, 
j^ chio, ^ «| hod izc : 
wrought silk, j^ j^ chow 
twao, ^j!3[chow twan ; white 
silkj ^ hwan, W" foo, fi^F 
I*, ^la, 5Sseu,^luy. ^ 
yu, j|^ wei, 1^ tsang ; a kind 

of silk, ^ M^^'<^" «^'^o^' ^-1 
iI^kink'een,lil6,P^lo 
ke ; tilk stuff, ^l^ k'heen : 
variegated silk, ^ tsae, if^ 
^.^' ^ jS5 kwei wei, 5 

fibred, ^ tsang, 1^ tsansr, 
^ tsiih ; flowered silk, ^flj^ ^ 
hwachow; silk given as pre- 
sents, K^ pe ; a ball of silk, ^ 
sze kiw ; silk garments, 
j^ sze meen, ® P tsan 
k'hbw; thin silk, ^ling; a 
silk beater, ^ tae ; a silk mer- 
^^^ ^^ J^ ^h^w twan teen; 
asilk cord, 3^11 teaou p'cen, 
^ ^ sze shin, ^ t'haou, 
^ boo : silk thread, ^ 
loo, i^ 1^ sze 8i>en ; fine 
^•"^> St wan fy sba ; silk 

«h0P. ^ i! i^i •? ^bo'' 
twan p'oo tszfe ; the silk- worm, 

^ 1^ ^san go . a small kind 
of silk-worm, ® ffow, Ml 
hang, ^ heang, ^ ^ keen 
^^^^} 1^ seanor ; wild silk- 
worm, ^ ^ yay tsan ; 

flowery do. l|iSS '^^^ ^^^" ' 
yearly silk-worm, !^ ]^ 







yuen tsan ; a kind of silk- 
worm, Sf yung ; silk-worm 
shaped eye-browsj^^gdmej. 

Silken breeches, j^ 
hwan k'hoo ; a silken gown, 
keen, ^ k'hwa ; variegated do. 
seu; a silken cord.j^show. 
Silky, {^ j^ leaou leaou ; 
silky cotton, jj^ me&r^, ^ 
heang. 

Sill of a door, f]^ |£ been 
Ian, ™ ^ mfln been. 

Silly, ^ ^ che ga8, ^ 
han,g|chnn,fjtcbwang,£ 
tae e, ^ ga^, ^ hwan, 
^en,|EEi^^^"8 che,j|^ 
fungteen, j^ iSl^he choo, 
_ ya, ^ san, f|t^, ^^n 
san, jj^ yuS, Sg^ t'hun, 
cben keen, n% u'heang, ]gg e 
^^ ts."ang hang, ^ wan, 
manghang,ftjajtan 

tih, m.he,^^ kowtow, 
lungchwang,^ching, 

^.^chingching. S^^hoo, 

,^ch[n,l®tung, ^Hifj^ 

^ seaou ne«, f^tan, ^ 

hwa,^ ^ '^^^^ ^"^' ^ ^^' 
^ l^ylh che, l^tuy ; a 

silly laugh, ^Pjt^hethheth; 

a silly fellow, ^WW ^^^e 
cbe fod ; very silly, ^ ban. 

SiLLiNF.ss, ^ yae. 

Silt or mud, ^ nS, i 
JE t4iob nS. 







SIM 



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SIM 



Silver, jR ytn, ^ leaou, 

t«z^, ^ ^ «»^h kin,^ hung, 
i|^ l«aou,|||jun ; silver fish, 

IS ill y^n yfi. ^^Pi ^'^^^ 

t«an ; silver ihread, ^ ^ yin 
82e ; silver weed, H^ |$ ehay 




mei, St^ ^^''^ "^^^ ' "''^^^ 
goodg^ H y»n k'hi ; a sil- 

ver-smith, ^ E y^*^ tsgang, 
^ ^ 6^ i& ytn teth. 

Silvan, ^ M^ M y^^ 
shoo Hn teTh, ^ ^ yay teth. 

SiLURG, or bullhead, gfy 
n«en, j|S pei, j^ e ; a larsre 
kind of do. ^li ^ "««"» 1^ 
'« '*«, !?? iS8 keaou tize, 
_ffiehea^l^tthoo; 
a green silure, ^ Wi kan yQ ; 
a spotted silure, ^ ^ hwa 
kan. 

Similar, fn w f'**^? ^*''* 

1^ 9ze, H^ vAw, f| j*i, ^ 
^wnn, [rtf ^ iftn*' wuh, ^y 
fd fancr fi1h. ^ ^ fnnn ffth, 

— • PC vTh yang. — |^ vTh 

wy, ^ f^ «''««" 855^' — 145 

ylh pwan, ^ pf sean^ Beaoii. 

siMiLR, Hi w p^ y" = ^'^ 

institute a simile, X!!!|||ffil 

lelb peabu yang.g^^ sh^pV. 

Similitude, |S(e, |[$^ 

pji6 fang, H: :/ir p^ fang, ^ 

^^^XIQH in *l>3 ^^h hwa ; not 



to have learned simititudcs, ^ 
^ IJI ^ puh he6 p6 e. 

To siMMPR, ^ j^n, ^^ 95? 
man chaou, w ^ tn^n leen. 

Simoom, |g mae, J^ J^ 
yay ma. 

To simpfr, ^jf shin. ^ 
#|welBea6n, ^ ^fC ^ i| 
seaou puh hwae yen, t^ sin. 

SiMPi.K, nnmi\ed, J^ ^W 
8o6 tsin^, ^v|^ ^ sliun tsine, 

shun yTh pali tsa ; artless. fSt 
fE^ woo wet ; sincere, ^ W 

gfgl chih n5, ^ /C^ tan 
sin ; silly, ^ tnn^, ^ f^ 
lung tung, 1^ wan : Pttipid. 
M Iffi yu cliu»^. iSr [g yft 
chun,j^ffan. f^f^kluinf 
k'hnnsr, ^ hwAn ; dull, i^ 
^ urn !c<"a, 'pf tun : foolish. 
J^ rhe ; nnadornpft. ^ Sf 
po :?o >, ^ cliuii, ^ ff fan 
man, ^ hwan, ^ ^ ^g 
woo wan tsae • simple metn 
and women, ^ ^ 1^ W 
yrt foo yfl foo ; the simple, ^ 
^It hwan tun ; the simole folk, 
■^ i^ ch'he man?. -^ f^ yft 
min, i^ manff, ffij ^ keii 
f^ovr. ^ chwang ; a simple 
diet, ^ ^ shth soo. 
Simply, only, f^ che ; 

foolishly, ^ ;^ 18 ch« <^h® 
ma6u. 



SIN 



liri 



SIN 





Simpleton, H^^^gae tszi, 
funglsze, ^IP A 
fung teen jin. '^ 5^ <1 A 
liwan md che j)n. 

Simulation, {k^<^9 
kea chwang che 8z6, £ $ 
heu 8ze. 

SlMULTAMROuS, ^ ^ tuOg 

shS. 

Siw. Huiny, ^ §'''"yj 

€*» 1^ ^ •^."^ ^'^^"^ ^ ^^^^ \ 

kwo fan. ^ J^ ^ puh 
she ch'lio/> : .1 ^reiil sin, j^ 
§^ ta fsuy. ^^chiiiig isuy; 
a deadly 5»in ^ip ^ze isiiy ; 
a smnli sin, /Jvjf s*nSii tsuy, 
fJj|lweikwo,^§^^''»ingr' 
i9ny;an inientionnl 8'»» qX^ 
iJILlBI Ico'. « din muy g^^P. 
:^Pko6fin ch^ tHMV St^E 
K'O'S fin : an uninf«^ii!ion:il sin 

^ Aa^ ffff ^ ^ wo"^ ''"^ ftr'i 
ciietsuy, fitt^^H^ woA 

koo fan isdy. >1R{??^^E.II 
gnbw jen fan isiiy ; original 
sin, J§i §pi yn^.n fsiiy ; actual 

che tsuy ; to accumulate sin, 
^^ ^ tsiiy tseth ; occasion of 
sin, IP ;^ JK A tsiiy c».e 
knn yew ; to forgive sin, ^ 
^ shay tsiiy ; do. according 
to the Buddhists, ^ |^ mee 
teiiy ; many sins, ^ ^ ^ 
yj wan tsuy Is lieen yen. 




To s,», ^ 9kfi^t»6y, 
|# fpt tlh tsiiy, S ^ hw5 

against Heaven, 
hw5 tsuy yd t'heen. 

Since. Bv^ k^ jdn ; since 
il is thus, U ^ ^ ^ki 
jfin jod tsze ; since that time, 

^^ ^^ 'ing 'ha ^ 
lad ; since the time of Confu- 

k'Imng tsze h lad : some years 
since, fg[ ^ ^ 806 nSSn 
seen ; long since, j^ ^ hadu 
kew, ^ "^ k^w leabu ; not 
long since, ^Ct^ pfth k^w, 
M ^ kang tsae, # |)S 
j5 ke ; since I was a child, 
iJl /J^ ySw seabu, ^ ;|% 
tsz^ scaou. 

SiNCERF. ^ SJ^ chin chtng 
?Cchin. Urchin, ^chlng, 
0^^ch1iigshTh, ^^cbuh 

chuh, M Chun, ^9 ^^^ 
shth, ^^yin shTh, l^E ynSn, 
^ g() chin teih. VH ff k'heS 
shlh, ^shin. |tt shin, tt 
shin, f^ 806, ^ ^ chun klb, 
j||E ^ chun how, ^ cban, 
iS ^ )^ — Chung h6w 
chun vYh, p[ ban, ^.iiii||^ 
kan, ig ke, St keanff. jgj^ k'eS, 
fflkeiin.^king, ^ kwan, 
'nCiS <='"" kwan, t|f ISang, 



SLN 





^ IPP -'•'-'- i*-'- Up Jl "■'*- S-'Tf-l. ^ |S Tf* 'JOT. 












^ Tiitn k^-h, ^ k'- In : kv H :Li^r, ^ £3. ^15 




be sit^«e in rocr Tcrd* li b.^-?. ^ kc«-, ^i row S 




t # 



sincere mir^d. JT ^* *^^ ?^''' = ^ -'^ tlcui. 






n«- ^ AH* ^*^^ 'i^: S y"^- k*^ ch '^ins : to sht? HAi 



in&ng : •incite Tiniie, §9 to sin? as a bird ^ I'be: ihe 

ith yth ; sincere wish, bird iinrs. j^ S^ reabu i> : 

jf^chlngfosa ; fineere in the bird? 5in2 roeioiiously. .^ 

bizhe«t defree. j^ p[kee 5^"^^ r.eabu rnmj heae 




chin?, g^ k^en : mostsiDcere, l-»a> • i!*e sinking of a bird. 
55[ g^che cb'ng. ^^ keaou keftou. ^ 




SinckrelT, ^ kSo. ^ leu Ir^, Iff Inng. ^^^ yincr. 1^ 
gJJH ki::-:n chm?, 'fi^ ybn. ifg kwan, »#kcae.^^ k'hia 




kwan, iH ffl#: ^Jj"^ 5^""? 'll *he, ^ «a.5ii, _ 
kwan k'hwan k'bwan, JU 7^ yun?. ^^ yunz. I^ chii-5n, ^ 



yo" J*»Sf |ji[^''^^ ^*'*"? ? »>'*- y«ng ; Jhc singinc of birds at 
cerely devoted, jg f^ kcun nighl, B^ ray. 5^sa6u : sine- 



V^. IB iifiC keun shin, jg jJ^J ing girl, f Jf f^ ko kc, ^ |f| 

chung shin ; sincerely in- ny^ y5 | Binaing boys and 

t^tioned, )S fRl^^f ° P^^*"' ''^"'''"5 ^'''' SC 5£ Sfe it? 

^^iimkA, ^fSCa'haou ko firh t'heaou nyft ; singing 

U'haou, §Jf Jf chmg ^. boy. ^ ^ tliane: iszi ; sing- 

AfNRcM'RF^Jlf UlliPiichih, ing and dancing, ^fS ko 

" ^J slie U, 5jJ ^ jiing woo ; singing out loud, gf ^ 



SIN 



1173 



SIN 



laou jen ; sitigiag songs, {^ . boxing and single-stick, ^ 
^ 16 log, iflj ^ taou la I the | ^ ^ :^ keaou seTh k'heuea 
noise of singing, g|| bung. ' pang. 

SiNOAP0Ris,new settlement, ' Singly, — * — " ylh yth, 
^ ^ Ig sin fow tlidw. I gg — chfih ylb. 

To BiNOK, jl^sin.jll^ shaou, Singular, rare, ^ ^ k'hi 
^ ^ ho shaou,^ tseih. t'hlh ; singular expression, pj 

Si.NOKK, ^ ^ §^ hwuy j jIL yftou ye ; singular talents, 
ch^iang iclh, ^ ^ ch'hang ^ >3j t'huh po6,]/j^ y^w ; on. 
sang. ly one, it — che yih, ^ — 

Single, ^ chili, ^ k6, t'hfih ylh ; uncommon, ^ ^ 
S^ ke, !Sf ke, ^ hcae, ^ fei ch'hang, ^ )R ch'hfth 
kcP., ^ if^ tan t'th, ^ tan, chung, |g || tfth e. 
4i[thth, ftK^ kang keae, Singularity, (affected,)^ 
1^ ^ ke chth, ^ kwa, Ife H k'hS wel. . 

k^hwan, vS| p5, ^ 11§ t^*" i Sinister, Zt ^sb, >fig jg 
t«h, jE^kootuii, ^S tuh,.t8b taou, :?C0;$lli: pah 
^ ^ ke chth, !|f S t'hrh ' king che taou.^ 
king; single-handed, ^^\ To sink, VS^hin, ^ 
cliTli sliow ; a sinj^le garmeni, I chin nelb, j^ neaou, Jjjj 

5] 3^ keirn- c, 1^ ^ keiin- ; chin shwny, Jjfc j^ chin mfih, 



^ j^ kwub mub, ^ han, 
ban i to sink in the water, 

2S :^ chin shwiiy, 3!)C ^ 
chin nelb,^^ tseen ebing, 
2^ tsin, ^2 han^^j^ t'bSen 
mfib, f^chan, |^ tseib, j|^ 

^'' SI yini iS«ow, ^ melh, 
If me!b,|Rt8ang,^t»han; 

to sink into perdition, *Jj|| H^ 
chin I&n, ^ Vxcbiu rauh, Pg 





,^f kmv,f||p6j^^tan 
san, IP kow, |gchcn, f^ 
chin ; a single boat, ^^ koo 
cliow,^ w tlh chow ; a sin- 
gle ox, 4^ ^ tlh new ; single 
and double, ^ y^ tag kee, 
f^ f^ kd gubw : not a single 
chariot returned, f^f^^A 
kS lun woo fan ; a single one, 

gjf kS ; a 8io gle door, 1^ PI , ... -^-.g, - .,^ ,« 

ke mfin ; a single individual "««"' m »9 been neih, fijjjl 

standing alone, 4 # IS A I "*'"' '> ^° ""'^ '" ^*^'' W ^ 
chlh shin tab Iclh; single-mind- ' "«* 8*»W"y [ *° ""^•^'*® **" 
cd, J^— ch"» yih, i^chung; 
single-stick, ^ |)ang ; to teach 



ters of the deluge, ^ aRhffaa 
til^n J to sink into oblivion, ]|g 



SIR 



1174 



SIT 




j^ min mull, @ ig bwan ' 
t«io; to sink down into hell, 

CO 8iok down. jE g| chin ya j 
U in mud, pi] liea, ^ tein, 
t'hee ; 10 BiiiU in, ±^ chili) 
„chab,j^kan ; to e ink in- 
lo ruin, ^^^inrnfih, iffi 

^"^ h'ln mub, l!lU^ cl"«^ **»"' 
^ lan 16, P tBa^; to 

k men into brutes. |^ /V 

j^^|Kbe«nj-.n yftk'Wa 

show ; to sink inoncy, H §^ 

fei tse^n ; to siuk into the 

earth, ^^b tun t'hob. 

Sinking, W I8h ^^^^ ^^' 

SiNLBss, M §k ^^ ^"y* 

Sinuous, ^^ wan teih, 

^f ^ wan keah. 

biNus, in the human body, 
^ heue ; do. in an ulcer. ^ 
keuS J do. for blood, ^ ^ 
king heuis. 

Tu»ir.l^chan,||j|t clitie, 
(grhui^,'^jft6yin,||he 

^ tflo IJ^ dhw6, g| hd, 
wan,^chu^, t^ shu^, ^ 
^ tse yin, j^ se^n ; to sip 
wine and deal out soni^, U^ 

ko. 
SiR!3i±k«dAdng,D[ 
tsun kea, jl; ^ kwe( kea, 
kewoi :^ H labu y&y, 
A "eang kung, jfe JE 
I .sang, fl klA. 






seea 



Sirs ! |^ iV <^''^<^ kung, 
^^choo wei. 

Sire ! ^ sow, ^ ung, 
^ ||labu yay, i^ sbw^ 

^ labu t'hae yay. 

SiRi, leaf, ^^ low ye. 
SiRKN,^]j(' hae nya. 
Sis TKR, (eider,) j][§[ tseay, 
^ tsee, ^ scu, ^ shaou, 
wei gg jjfl ya Ueay, gg 
jri (lize ; (younger do.) S|c 

me.> SSJKy^'^^ S ^ 

yi t^, ^ t^, iE J^ i»eay 

«nef J ^i^pC ^3*« niei J sister 
(half,) ^ J8C wao niei. 

SisTERs-i N-LA w, (broUier's 
wi\e9,)^JS^c\ioo >e, j^ sz6 ; 
alster-in-law, wife of elder bro- 

srA, i^ .abu, JC j^^ k'hew 
sabu, 1^ sabu ; youngei do.^^ 

U, WM^ ^* ^^®» iSft if' ti 
fo6, /j\ ^ 'cabu shin ; wife's 
elder sister, ^^ ta 6 ; young- 
er do. >|i]J@| "eft^u *; bus- 
band's sisters, Jl^ moo, StSikoOy 
/j> jj[j|^ seabu koo ; husband's 
brother's wife, j|[$moo, jj^ 
ya ; sisters-in-law call each 
other, i^ya; sister's sons, 
sang; sister's husband, 

sang; the sisterhood, $[& Jt9 
tseay tseay. 

To SIT, ^ ^^^JSl ^^^ f ^ 
sit on horse-back, j^ Sg '^'^ 




8LT 



1175 



SIX 



ma; to sit cross-legged, j^ 

•«un «, }^ ^, 1^ ^ i^ea foo, 

^ pwaii yuc, j0^ tso, ^ e, 
^/a; kwei, ^ ^ pwaiipo; 
lo nit with tb«» feet hanging 
down, i^ ke, Rf^ k'he ; to 
fit in order, ^^ g^ led tso ; to 
sit with, 1^ ^ pel tso ; to sit 
io a stiff and formal manner, 



per tan t situation, ^^ jjj^ ^ 
ta le wei ; situation in tife, 
J^ ^ shin fun j to obtain a 
situation, ^ ^ Uli wei ; a 
jiosition, ^ tC ^ ^^ *^'» i^ 
ch'hoo ; condition.^ f^Uitig 
she. 

Six, /flfih, ^luh,. six 
HI the moru^, Jg ^ ^,„^ 

maou, IP i^ "^aou sh« ; six 
in the evening, jf ^ chi'ng 



J^ ^ she tso ; to sit in court, : X^w, ^ i^ y^^v gji^ . ^^ ^^^ 
tso tang; to sit alone, ' ^"^^"^al pouus, iaciuding »e. 
iQ^tahtso; to sit down, "»^** and nadir, y^ ^ Idfi 
^ j^ 180 hea ; to sit at the *«*-'h; :/> ^ iuh ho; the six 
Jiead, jQE ^ ching tso ; to sit *"^"e«»ccs, f^ j^ l^fa k'h^ . 
on one *ide, ^^ pang u6 ; '. ^''^ «'* tribunals, /^ ^'^ igi, 
to sit at ease, ^ ^ peen tso, ' ^^*'^> ^^ pp iuh poo ;8ix times 



^ ^ gnan tso ; to sit on ^*> '/\ "^ liHi iuh ; six-fold, 

^1 ^^ y%fl5^"^ P^^'j ®^* hundred 

/\ ^ Iuh pih ; six thoueond, 
iQh Is'lieen. 



thorns, ^ ^ ^ tso chin 
chen j to sit without thought, 
^ Jg ISO waog ; to sit in a 

chair, rfc W ^^<^ e J ^^ «it at 
table, ^ /j^ tso s^ ih ; to ^ait 
still, ^^ laing t«6 ; proy sit 
down, m ^ ts'hiog tso ; to 
sit on egs:s, as a hen, XaI fm 




SiXTBKN, "h/^ sblh lub. 

SlXlEENTU, ;g| -f-;J;j l^ 

siiih liih. 

Sixth, f^'/^ti Iuh ; sixth 
^"«*^» ^i^^ tel&htsaou, 



fuh ke, Ife ^ paou kb ; to sit i ^ ^ >^ t^ IqH tsze ; the 
in prison, ^ ^ tso laou ; to sixth month, ^^lin chung. 
sit in the |X)Sture of niediia- j Sixty. ^^ ^ Inh shih; 
tion, ^ jpP ISO shen : to sit in ; fhe cycle of 60 years, ;^ "f* 
8tate,^5^keafoo;to»ilonhfg ^ Ifih shih hwa kea ; 
one's heels, jf^ tsun ; to sit in sixty years of age, ^ ^ jp 

pairs, ^ ^ le tso. 5 "^^" ^"« '^^^ kga, 7^ HF 

Situation, (official) ^ i ]^ U1h shlh siiy ; sixty times, 

jin J a site, fflt w«t I an iin- 7*^ 't^ Jl^ \^h ?hlh p'uen; /^ 

A a a 



SKE 



1176 



SKI 



rf* ^ lull shih tsze ; sixliclh. j seay jto sketch a likeness, ^ 
•**"*" -^ '^ '■"- -'■''■ mo. ^ ^ moo seay, Ml ta. 






^ y^ -f- t^ luh slah ^-^ - 

Size, or gummy water, |P ' Skewbr, TfC J mfih' ting. 
jJC keaou shwuy. ' Skiffi >ji ^ seabu chow, 

Size, magnitude, % i^C M Pee", ifel taon, j^ cha, 
;^^k'whantachehtng, ^ ^ pse"- 
iC 21^''*'^"^ *^ chemaou; Skill, ^ che, ^ 3^ ke 
of what size J SB 7^ •^^ ^- kiieabn, -^ ^ show iwan, 

Skatk, ^ ,^, "li'-i .\'j; ^^shbwe, 5S 111 ^'^ong 
ekate,- for walking on ice, 7]^ keuh, ^ |^ chesblh. 
*'*^ ping hea6. Skilled, ^ e, gp[gan, 

Skein, of thread, ^ heue, 3^ gan shuh, || nang, 
^keue, H^ — ^ shin shen, ^ shiih, ift ^^ tae 
tszfe yth pa. iae; skilled in horseraanshij), 

Skeleton, ]2 go, or wb, ^^ ,^ shen k'c ma ; akiU 
iff 1^^ woo juli kwiih. ^tli led in one department, ^ — 
kcang, f^ ^ choo kwiih ; P^ shuh ylh mun : experienced, 
skeleton of tlie human ^^^^Y^ H^i^ T gan leJin Icabu, ff 
•gf ^ Plh hcae; the hea^ ^ gan shuh. 
trunk, and 4 exircmitifs, /^ Skilful,^ ^ min hwiiy, 
P[ luh heae ; akcictoii leaver ^ ke, H^ ^ mlns: plh, ^ ^ 

F^ ^ iJ' 1'^° ^f ^^'^' *J^"*^^ ^ ''^^' ^4 ^ ®'^"^* ®'^^*^' 

Sketch, ^^1^ Juli kaou : |^ seing. ^ chan ; a skil- 

a rougii draught, ^ kaou.]^ (ul practitioner, ^ ^ leang 
^ tsabu kaou, f^ '^\ kaou e ; a skilful hand, ^ :^shQh 
pun-, rough sketch in coniposi- show, J^ '^ k'heabii show, 
'ion, '^ 3^ wan tsabu ; do. ij/i^fR tsin«r k'heabu, ^T 
in drawing, ;i£a^^s'**o<> *^wa, | shen kung ; skilful in argu- 
5|H "^ ts'hoo seang ; mtxc uient, ^^ ^seen (seen : skil- 
aketch of aBubject, BC^/^ ! ^"* i" quoting poetry. ^ BI 
^ ^ P'*»e nmou che ta kae j ; f^ :^* shin yin sfie cliay. 
a mere copy, Zt^kungpeUi. ; To skim, through the air 
To SKETCH. I|' Inviiy, j^'^f^ gaou seang ; to take 
W hwiiy hwa> «& |S hwuy the top off a liquid. J||[||^ ^fe p^- 
too, Jifi meaou, ^W "icaou j mo, j^Jt ^ j^ ^ pec k'heu 
hwa, 3SI moo, ^ ^ meaou 1 m5 tsze. 



w 



8EI 



1177 



SLA 



too, ^ W P'bd ■'"h, n leii 
and loo, g^ lun, ^ wei ; the 
inner skin, ^ m5, ^ jd, ^ 
^Ij^Hjdh peabu kib 1^ 
undressed skins, s^ kili .* 
dressed do. ^ wei, j|^ k'h5, 
^ Ht sbfih p'h^ PI jill. 
IP^ low ; skin and flesii, 

BIL ]3 1^^ ^^^ ; ^be skin of 
the belly, g^ loo ; the fikin 
stick in $r to the bones, )^ ^ 
^ ^ p'hS kwfih seang legs ; 
the skin of the feet splitting, 
J5. ^ ^^b che» ^ eeun ; 
the skin wide, j^ ta, ]^ ^ 
p'h6 k'hwan ; do. dried up, ^S 
^ he5 keo; skin t\v\i\ flesh 
meagre and u^Iy, ^^ Ifih 
ts^b, ^ P^ ft ^ p'ba jdb 
sbw gd. 

ToflKTN,^(Ip6,|S^ch5,^J 
k'hth, ^ ^ 16 p'h^, 111 ^ 

leu, IJf tft. ^ le : to skin a 
sheep, ^] ^ ^ pr> ySng 
p'bft. 

To SKIP, S^)^ t'eaou [^ y8, 
1^ chiih, 1^ ch6, |^ chue, 
M chfih, ^ chunsr, |^ filh ; 
to skip over, j^ lel5, flS 
kou, |@ IS cbaou keu ; in 
learning, do not skip the regu- 
lar series, ^ ^ ^ ^ heS 
piih If^ tang ; to skip about, 
H^ |fi) too keu, H keuen, ^ 



@t'eaouy5,Jikeu«, g^j^ 
t'eaou leaner ; to skip and dancec 
W^ wo6, JS tefh, ^chung. 

Skipper, ^ ^ chw&n 
ho6, 1^ ^ shaou kung. 

Skirmish, ^ l|^ seabu 
chcn. 

Skirt of a garment,JK tad, 
^^2'3^tReklb,||gk'eu: 
IX m e pgeo ; under the skirt, 
J^ "7^ k'bwa hea ; und er the 
same skirt, (^ ^ tftng tsYh. 

To SKULK, or lurk, j|| f^ 
maS filh ; to hide, ||| g 
chwang neXh, Jj^ l^yin nelh ; 
to skulk away, ^ tun, and 
Bhun,|guwan,i|f^$<^ 
gnan t6w sze low. 

Skull (of a boat), ^tseang. 

Sky, ^ t'been, ^ ^ 
chwang t'heen, ^ ||} k'hong 
chung ; sky-blue, ^tsing ; the 
region of the air,^SKk'he yth. 

Sky-light, ^ J^ t'heen 
chwang ; an open yard in the 
middle of a house, sometimes 
glazed over, is called J^ ^ 
t'heen tsing. 

Slab, (upright stone), ]^ 
pe ; a slab of stone, ^ {^ 
shlb pe> 

SlabbbR, j|f|se^n,^to ; 
slabbering, tijlE l|C p'heth 

p'heih, ^i^.io maou. 

Slack, jR sung, ^ fit 
sang jiUn ; remiM, iK ^ "''o 



J 



SLA ll"^ SLA 

ton? tjr ^ «^'J.'»"''' '-.^i? in 52inJ rtrs and sycophant,^ 

•lack waf«r. ^ ^fC mwao ^|^|£;^EJcJiin "'"gchechlo. 
sbwuy : slack b-iw. ^ m?. Slisl-epo-«. g|f pc. I^gj^ 

To sLACfCF.s-. §fe ahJi: ^'^ ch'hiw te. f^^ pc ts«i- 
slacken one's efibri-. 5fe /f Si%yG. iff ^ *He ya : 

thfe krh. JH iluy. ]^ g &nz «!aMi of ihkvcs. ^K :^^ 

aan^. ^ ?a:M t-*'j rh^ pef yu. 




Slag, €t^ rhfeld, ^ Slanting 7"^ »^ay. 

thfc cha tsse. vraf. f^ ph5cn. 7 pelh^ 

To SLAKR lirne, J^ ^^C pP s^oo . 10 fo slantingly. 

51^ i ahwiiy k*-ae liwur ; lu irei c : a ^I »i»ing irec. ^^ 






•lake one's thirst, ^f^ kea in ya. ^»tic- : ^lantin^ ^J^b^ 
k5. liice a s*pa.iuw. '^ ^f ta^ 




To B*: ar^MMPu hy the muh : a slanting house. ^ 

^lui, j5B Cr P^"8 p'hr»ng ; ?^'U ahrh : a slantiog stroke, 

Oie noH^ nf elaminin^ a door from ri^t to left. ^ peth ; do. 

S *^*» ^ W ^ P* "^"^ f'^^*™ '^f** ^^ ^*^^- "T ^''* 

shing. ^ To ?»T *p.^.MrV^M ^ 



TosLAIcDEB, ^^^f^.uSp^ pccn. :^ c!i h. ffi tc^. 





fe*. ^Syf*' P^"?_,i5 P^" yen. ^, kwuh t]5^ foo: to 
iQSf^ t^ ho, ^ 1^ hwMV slap ihi* fnre, ^ i^ c'^nij 
pans, ^ hwny, ^ 'c-^. ^\ |i !s.^y jft ||| p:^ m:^en. +7 ^ 
tk Ian, f^p^ pine? flnlli. rI.' HJ? »;; tsuy n'l : co slr>;> the la- 
shin, I^SSf ?=»ian p^HL', 1^ Mo JI^ Hj ' *f'^ : 'o J^lnp 
»^ hwuy, g^ u®*^ P^n^» the mouili, ^^ f«»w fsnv : 
1^ isin hwuy ^ 'sze- toslnn on the back. ^^ ^ 
__ tsze, 1^ p'he. ^ g^ h^th fi k'h^ pe» : to slap wiih the 
tszk, ^ ^ hwny tsz)'.. Il^ hand, ^ ^ chang tsTh 
kew. 15 woA ^ ^ yaoii slap of the hand, — 
chft, §!^ pe, f^ lA pang shan yih pa chang. 
^^I^tsinso^. Slaahrd garments, ^ 

Slandkr.IIII^ c'^an t^. heu5,352ii^ek'hafek'hung- 

gg hwuy, ^ pang. |f "^^ Slavb, i|X nod, JK ^ "<>* 
Ufn v^n, tRlf^ h«€ tsin, f|^ p5, ^ :;f ^jod tsaft, ]g ^ 

tiih, gff gA, 1^ KIC te k'he. , tdng shk ; personal slaves of 

StANDRRRR, ||K ^ ^^''^^ the eiflpetof, P^^ff" Jn ^^y 




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woo fob : ft 8lnv« e:irl, jjj^ j^ 
nod pe,^ pc,# ^ p^ tszfe, 
^fl^ kwan pe, ^ gl ya 

iSE y®"' i® «*^*^" ' viJiTftrly 
ealled, j^^ fiF "^®^ ^s^'*? " 
slave boy, ^ ^ tfln? no6 ; 
slave boys and girls, jpfi ^ 
fw^ sho}) ; a slav^ to money, 

a slave to appetite, ^ "^ /^ 
^ hing heaA che yili. 

Slavkr, ^seeii, tl ^ 
k'hbw aeSn. 

To SLArrjfTTF.R, ^ iTfh, 

^too Iiih, 5^tsaii, ^ 
PT#» phS, ^ ^ to^ tjiap, 
g ||shR Inh, f^ ?B 8h5 
sxk, J^ <»Aou ; Jo es^arT^^'T 
animal? ^ fsn-. ^ !)% \U 
1<ap 9-ncr If'hhw. ^ ^ loo 
ftner, ^ % Q ^ ^sfte sang 
k'how rhlio-i : to slaughter 
nn ox, ^ ^ (90% nf^w. 

SLAt^GriTFR. 1^ 

shq : fond of slangfifer, 

slaughf^r -house, J@[]^ p'aou 
^'^^^ }M p'haoii. 

To SLAT, Jl^ luh ^choo 
#f:iin. ^ sha, ^ J^sh.^ 
sz^ ; to slay one's masff^r, j|^ 
^ sh6 cbob : to slay without 
distinction, f^p ^ sze sha : 
to slay f he rebellious, ^ ^ 
cboo pe(. 








SLfiDOK, uscj for travelling 
over mud. ^ k'heaou, tt 
keaou, ^ keaou ; bamboo 
»'edge, ^ -jp tow fsze; to 
ride on a sledge, ^^ shing^ 
keaou csiedee- hammer, ^^ 
teg chuy, |||yft,;;/t ^ ta chuy 

Sf.EBK, ^ rhft. 31^ 9^ 

kaoufst».,|E^^r.ir,Th, H 

chrh. flgj-g-feShwa. 

To HLREP, Blshwny, fl* 

gtashp^YJi^ner^mcf, 

^^, m M »i>^"y mfth, ^ 

m p6 shwrfy, fi9 ban, ^ 
'n'^"?i ^ yw. ]B heab ; do, 
^mfortably, ^ ^ gan ts»in, 
SV ^ ; ^® «'<^^P with a high 
pillow, n. e. to set the mind a| 
•^"' ) H^ ffi '^■ou <i^ : to sloen 
in one»i rlothcs, ^ 3!i( |f^ 
^ bd e Arh shwiiy ; to sleep 
hv day, Hf |[^ hwang nae, 
S W^ ^^'^^ ts'hln ! to sleep 
soundly, ^ m«, ^ hwilh; 
■to sleep with one's eves op'^n 
Bfe Iftw. Rfi ^g<^ sti*? : to forget 
sleep and food. 1^ ^ ^ ^ 




fei ts'in waniGhIh:to sroto 8Iee^ 
late and rise early ,^| 
yayg6(sabuk*he,)|^|j|J 
itih ts'hln yay mef : sleep. 

mci, ^ ^ tfl'hin woo ; sound 
^l^^P) JRfe ^ ■•»"'^ shwtJy; 




SLE IISO SLI 

half sleeping and half waking. [ k'hwan sew tsze, ;^ ^ ? 
^ ^ ^ S§ pwan shwiiy ta nAxv Uze ; sliort sleeves' 

fl^^joo me, fit fit joo e. 

Sleight of hand, ^ ^ 

he fa, ^ hwan, i^ f^ hwan 

yaou, ^ ^shbw keue, 



pwan sang ; a sleeping room 
SN 3 ff" ^ansj ; sleeping gar- 
ments, ^ ^ istn e ; sleep- 
ing carriage, 1^ J^ loo ma ; 
a sleeping place, B|5 jtc "^^^" : ^ k^ k'heabu. 
chwang ; to sleep alone, Jpi i Slender, ^ ]^ jow jaou, 
^t^ tun tun j^.n, ^^ MM «ow j6, ft^§ jen 
tuh sQh ; to sleep on straw, §^ jo, sl^ ^ seen jo, fj^ >J> s^ 
■J^ls'h-^nsth ; unsound sleep, seabu, jH p5, '^^ t'hea^n, ^ 

mifa^^ ts'hin flrh pfih ; chhe, iffla go, M <i ^-"'"" 

mci ;adecp sleep, ^ ping, ^yuen, ^ jaou, j^ nun, j^ 
ts'h^n : sleep after drinking, yaou.;]^ t'hd ; brittle, ]fg tsuy; 
I5 MS l^^** ^'^^'^" ' ^®^y sleepy, ^ slender willow-^ meet the breeze, 
hwah, ||§ k6 ; a sleepy j ^ ^ afg Jg j6 l^.w ying 
boy, ^ ^ ^ k'hS shwiiy j fun? ; slender fincrers like 
Ifing. , sorinor shoots of bamboo, j||| 

Slfet, ^ fei, m fei, ^ | ^ j^ ^ |^ seen che joft 
fdw, ^S fow, ^ fun, y^ ' rh'hnn faun ; a slender waisit, 
p'eaou, ^ seen, ^ ping, ^ ^ ^ seen ynou, ^ h^n? » 
lah. ^ chlh, ^ seaou, Pf slender and delicate, j^ J83 
sth, ^ seen, :^ ^ mb seue ; we iro, ^ ^ we. to 
sound of sleet. ^ p'hing; to, Sucf, ^IJ cIir ^ "^ 
rain sleet, S^}f yfi chth. ^ >% tp'hf?,l, flj suh. (^ peJin, 

C8«?w, ^ ^ p-^w tflz>», ^ a slice of roastrd meat »Jj^ ^1 

e,^e, lis e, ^ e, f^ ^ shaon k5 : slices of meat, ^ 

hanth.f^ho, ^ hwae, ^ : tsze, ^ g^ foo ch.1. 

keu, 1^ mef. ^ lo. ^ ?^ To aurF. -^ ts'heS : to 

chlh k'hin. J5f flc, ^ he, ^ slice meat. BS ^''^ "en ; to slice 

lip pe p5. ^^ow, ^ ho, ^ raw meat, ^j9| fun ^o. 

k'hung, f^ ^ pSf? p'eaou, ^ To slide down. ^ chuy, 

Tfil keue taou, 1^ sew, f^ he, ^ J?£ ts'ho tho. 3fc J^ ^^^^ 

tlf ^^'^^j ?5 ^^^'^** ^ kwan : tsnh. 

a wide sleeve, "§1 ^ ^ Slight, %^ ^ '^6, '[H 



SLI 



p'hoou slilb che I'haou tezi. 



a.^hlafinir.|S^p5u«T,| To slink away. ^ -^ 
ffl w6 yJ,w haou Ih die keen, ^o .lip^ |g i ti«g, f J Jg 

:^ * haou le ch« Bhih ; in a ! wo i u> slip llie toot^^J^y, 
^g!Kdegr«. ^ 1«6,@ ^ *& -"'l" "^i". JS^ to 
iB'lwen m'hefen, ^ i^ ylh ked, ^ ^ te« laQl), [|p no [ 
liti6u;noi Uieeligliicsimistake, lo Blip off, flft ijC t'hfl k'hung ' 
i^l ^ -^ lEfl 3^6 liaou piSl. to Blip by, ^ jg[ ^ shiQ 
ts')iu;a Blii;lii(;tanct' fjj^ ^ kwo ti'lieu j Lo slip down, {^ 
tecu pelli. B^ e, ^^ |^ pec ^ij tee U*U ; to ilip out of 
kwan ; aslij^lii. cM'on, ^ \i-ii; ■ one's hand, |3[^ t'bd sbbw ; 
a slight wound. ^J> ^ ^'-iiHii lo slip out ol the memory, )^ 
eliaiig ; a sliglil shuwi-r ^^ uaiig ; to ^lip in walking, )^ 
weiyb; asligbtnois 'i^^ io. ^ ^i ^ fi^ ts'ho bing ; 
' ' ' uujuain- 'o flbp and fall down, ^g ^J^ 
cb'ba t(i£. 

Slip, |^ p'heea ; a slip of 
I bamboo, ^ Isiieii, g^ tslh, 
^8ee,^yueii,ftjpow,^ 
(san ; a ulip of bamboo used 
in divinatJoD, ^ J|[ Bboo islh, 
gS iBucn ; a slip of bamboo, 
used aa a book, ^ ^ keeo 
: b^a wob. keen ; a slip of bamboo foi 
'ci ;sli^'liily ; writing on, ^ koo ; a slip of 
reject the lieavfinly (Joircu, pa|ier, ^ ^| p'biien cbij a 
J^ ^ 5^ ■ri^ =*iiB |"> t bijeii I slip of rt«d, ^ k^ii ; a alip 
nii'ng. ( of the tongue, ^"^ ahib ySn, 

Sum., ^ s«en. ^ sow. , |^ ^ diii eli.l ; a slip of tba 
SLr'.ir.J^na; eUmy, ^ ; liaud, ^ ^ aliTb abbw; slips 
Vi£ ffy ye* "e leib, JJ^ j$ >ii^ ' of wood, ^ ^- diow choo ; 
iiing. ' <o |>io|iit)riiii; pluiiti by cilipB, 




SL*:- 



1 m. 



a 8LO 







~fc - 



ChK. « *..£C.:r» 'ft- i^ ' "^ • **I-T. IBS @ B^ W 

2& aL . ^£ ^-.* :'^ ::£ --w. ^ m uvthiag in a slovenlj 
.- ^ .i it . '^- ^ 3^ tt. * «a wn luD. 

m t ^-y. is i^ ji- ;i: ^' ^ 5^ "^ft "^ K 

t: ^ it ».-i '.^ ?^ ^ -^. .u^, ^ ^u, ^ ^. 



boa hwi. V^ t& : m« 



i» ■ -^ 



a dippirr i^nTrf" ^ « 1^' '^ ?C it: }^' >-": Si 




shin -^roo f,wa :Ju.y. « TZ * ^ ^"L j^ fg chft 



-- ^ JJ *• J^ 1^ P h^ """ fi -^^ ^ ^^' tS t«u, 

Cliailg i^C, ii£ ^ ^ 1)^ fuBg f^^^-^r m °^"^r j£ chuDg, 

lee ..iiac te :i. :ji * ^:^ S 8 «* ^" ; ^ 

To SLOBBKR, ^ ^ sa tni^^ Jig siicD. ^ Kueo, )^ 

I'hf^ : lo 5l.>bi>er in eaung, ^ ^'^uj, ^ ^ »ian. @ lew, ^ 

J^ rho ?hilj. ^ chug. SI shoo hwan : a slow and 

SuoHHKK^BtB.^tC •«« ignominioiw deaih, ^ ^ 1^ 

f i f^ eow 16, Ic '»w*n- 5^1 ^ **^*' *^ suspicious, Q- 



e. f g f^ eow 16, |c '»«" J^ ^ **^*' *^ suspicious, |^ 

S 1^ c id, 1^ gow. ^ gow. IK ^^^ •hin ; ■low of speech, 

Sl ^-Kofahill jffkea.Jgt JETcha.lftnilh.ql^kVow 

po ; the sio|ic of .i roof, ^ iiu: nub. ^ che, jij X^*®*^ > •'^^ 

out:r slope at Uio {o^a o: a poison. )^ -a^ ts&n tub ; slow 

wall. IS^ P?e keun. srnii, ^ hwan. ^ seen, 2C 

Slopixo. ip[ 0g p'ho t'hoi ^ yen chS ; slow fire, y^ gg^ 

^ e. ^ «^ay : a sloping road, ho hwan : a slow dispositioa 

f^ ling, ^ chiug. » ijeg man sing : a slow ox, 

Sloppy, Jf ko, ^ ihang. g i haou. 

Sloth, TJC ^ niuh kbw. Slowly, @ l^^i ffi *»ao, 

SLorHFLL,;g lae, |fr jl, ft^manseay, J§S»»w«'* 



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teay, ;^ bwan, ^ ^ hwaa j^ k'han, ^ ^j$ 1^®^^'^ ^^'^ 

bwan, Ijp. R|l cheti heuen, ^ 

^ tsan tsze, fjlfP k'he k'he, 

^ ^ y^^ i'hang ; to walk 

slowly, behind one's seniors, 

j^lfj^J^ tseu hing how 

chaog. 

Slug, (J^ 4^ kwa nfew, |^ 
i|^ kwdyu, #J^^ pelh 
t'ke cbfing. 

Sluggard, {^)^^ Ian 
to chay. 

Sluggish, ^ jg, heae tae, 

^ ta^ hwan ; sluggish 

and insolent, J^ ^ tae gaou. 




Slumbbr, fm Wi »bwuy 
ke5; deep slumber, )J^ ^ j^ nun, /jg^ ye» 
shin shwiiy, ^ @ chdng ^ keen, j^ ts^jlh, 



shing. 

Small, ^1^8^ meih Jig 

se, /)> seabu, ^ wci, ^ wei, 
i!^ y^w, f^ fj> seen scabu, 
^ /]^ seaou seabu, ^ 
sang 8^, i^ 3^ 8b sb, ^ 
mee sd^, ^ chaou, E|[ 
k'heu k'heu, ^ ^ seea 
kea^, |g keub, t^ meaou, ]^ 
meaou, |^ aieabu, ^ j^ « P^, 
^ ;h p'een seabu, j^ ffi 
keiih ts'hah, ^ tszfe, jifr 
keah, f^ keah, f^ ^ chaou 
twan, ^ yaou, :^ pcen, :^ 
ch'hung, ^ tseaou^ ^ k'ecn, 

"^tseen,^ 
sze, x^ seui 





shwuy. I |g ke, |K{ ^ chuy juy, J^ 

Slur, ^ tan, 1^ jxin, ^ | yaou, ^>aou, >^. chuh, ^ 
'chinhca. ^ kefih keuh, ^1^ P«en 




To SLUR, ^ lefen, ^ m6 

^^ ^ ^^ '"^* 

Slut, ^ l{^ Ian fo6. 

Sly, Jjj 1^ keabu kwuh, 








77 



k8 ; sly deceit, 
fub 1^ tsang taou. 

To SMACK the lips, ^H 
Ua shin ; to smack the face, 
^J to, ^ ^ kwo meen^; the 
smacking of the lips. 





seuen, ^^ -gg suy suy, § 
t^ng, U miie, ^ ^suy, 
^ chaou tsing, ^,^ me«, ^ 
^^ . bwuh, J^ 1^ medn m^n 

i^M Ifng ?.55 .tf k<^abu Che, §g 1^ teaou se, g] 

is wan wel, ^ ^ meaou jcn, 

W ^ f^*ng y'^^g^ fit che, ^ 
W; small eyes, flS "c^b, |3i 
tso, ^ p*eaon, fl^ tsang, ^ 
mae; small degree of virtue, 
^ ISI ^ ^ J«e«° keen che 






shin shing, ^^ chih ; the ; tYh ; in a small degree, 
smack of a whip, ^ k!heo, I SB mS mg, yE^shaou ;a small 
^ klh, ^ §1 pijen shing ; a . fault, ^J> ifi| seabu kwo; small 
smack, the sound of a blow, 1 quantity. ^ seay, ^ ^ 9l}^y 



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ecu, 1^ low, ^ f^ shabu j jn reply, ^ ning ; good but 

heu ; not a small quantity, j^ not smart, fill ffff ^ ^ jin 

^ ^ 8o6 puh sbabu ; small (^rh puh ning. 

aDd insignificant, & /p ^ To smart, ^ ^ tftng 

^ seayseabuche wuh ; small t'hdng,^^ keo I'hdng. 

hand,^ ^secn show, ^ Smarting, ffH is'han, 

Been ; tmall wood for fuel, fj^ shili, 7^ ^ ts'han tilling. 

shaou; small mouthy 1^, ^- To smash, ^JUtaou Ian, 

wan hwan ; small- wais ted, ^ ^ ]B^ ta tsiiy. 

^ yaou peaou, ^ tsuy ; Smatterer, in learning, 

Bmall talk, ^ 5, ^ te, ^ :^ ^ pwan bed. 

tB&s^jS ^ chen chen ] small To smear, ^ tod, j^ 






mo, H^ cba, i^ mctb, 

yhvr ; smeared witli blood, 




voice, igc hwuy, ^ t8e<^ ; a 
small affair, ^ fi shaou sz6; 

■mall house, ]^ y«, ^ki^ ; . ,.^, ^^- , 

the small end of a branch, ^ ; ^ ^ ming heuen, ^ J^ cha 
meabu ; a small* toothed comb, I heue ; to smear with blood, 
" ' ^ I* yft 5 smalUclolhes, | ^ bin, J^ jfe 3t i^ ^ h«^* 
^^. k'hoOjS f^jkeaou leaou, : bin che, ^ jR tod bin, ifcf 
j^tsung ; small of the back, , jjiu . to smear the mouth with 

m W ^^^^ I*- g^ I blood,^ J^ sa heug; to smear 

Smallage, or celery, ^ | with grease, '^^ too kaou; to 

1^ tang kwei. j gmear with the blood of asacri- 

Small-pox, Jz ^'hgen 1 gee, H kc, D{ jfe sha heue. 

hwa, ^ t6w, ^ p tow I JSmell, J^ ch6w, lift h^w, 

chin, T^^ t6w ching I *^ i |^ hew ; the smell of fire, *^ 

take do. HJ ^ch'huh tow ; to I ^^^^ ^ ^ tseaou l^, ^. 

breakout with the small-poxjjli g^^ . g^^n of mutton^jg shen; 

fgch'hahhwa,^5^%k4me|j^ fragrant smell, @ 1^ 




Vheen hwa ; pustule of do. 
tow chwang ; matter of do. 

. tow. 

Smalts, ;:fe^ la tsing. 




heangwei; neither sonnd nor 
smell, ISl ® ^ ^ woft 
ahing wodh^w; a bad smell, 

Smabt, quick, "Pck'wae,^ To smkll, ffl wan, |^ 

lcaou,^seueii,j5flSti3l5&' t'heS, ^ kW; # ^ l>elh 
k'hcabu chen Isce ktlh ; smart ^.jn : don't snicU every 



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thing, Wl ^ wuh k'he ; smell | To smitb, or beat, ^ p6, 
>t| ^ <1 ^^ <^^^ ; to ■"•'1 * tS 1*1 M Chang, ^ ch'ba, 



fragrance, ^ f[f( yiih cbiib> 
^ ^ Vaa heang. 

TosMELT.J&yay,^)^ 
teaouyay, ^ choo, ^^ 
yiingcboo, 4fh m ^^'^ ''''lAe ; 
to sineU ore, ^ 
kwang ; to melt, _^ 
■eaou, )g ^ hea IcenTVjl ffc 
seaou hwa. 




with the hand. ^ p'h^, ^ 

P'^^Si^TjRi^tapitflzijto 
smito the hands together,^ 
^ p'hrb shbw ; to Bmite and 
seaou j wound, ^ ^ la shang ; to 
yfln^ smite a man, fjl ^Pta jin ; to 
smite with a club, ^ :^ >^ 
ta kwan tsz^ : to smite on one's 





S&tiLAx, or China root, i j breast, i^Jj^ fob ying, ^ 
^ t'hob ftth, i ^ ^ t^hob | p'eaou ; to smite nideways wTth 
fiih ling. 

Smile, ^ ^ wei seaou, 
bwan, ^ yu, ^fr keen ; a 
pleasant smile, ^ ^ k'heabu 
seaou ; to receive with a smile. 
^In B^aou na; beneath a 
smile to conceal a knife, f^ 
Sci@i7[l s^aou le chwan^r 
taou ; a suppressed smile, ^ 
k'heen, ^ han, ]^ han. 

To SMILE, 0^ heu, ^ ^ , . , ^ .,^ _ 

hwan urh, ^ ^ pin 8ea6u, { k'he j smoke rising up, j^ p'6» 
«Pg shin, 151 shin, PJt yin, ^ j^ ung, ^ ^ fe heun hth 
^ pin seaou, ^jj^ shin, ^hae, ! telh ; the smoke of a furnace 
JllI heih, ^ ^ b^ seaou. ' jg/f chuc. 

Smiling, g(§ met, ^C 7^" ; ''^^ smoke opium, 55./C/® 
a smiling countenance, ^ |A( keTh td yen, ^ ^ f|2 shih 
seaou leen ; a smiling babej^ ; ya p'heen ; to smoke tobacco, 
_ hai ying, nf hae. | J^Jg shlh yen, ^ )gC W 

To SMIRK, Bfij heu, 5K Hft ^'^''^ *^^"8 y«" ' ^^ smoko 
chung keiih, ^ ^ pin seaou, \ wasps, J^ jQ 1^ J^ i yen 
!® ^ pi*^ seaou ; smirking, heun fung : to smoke a thing, 
j@ mei. ^ — ; ^ heun yth heun ; 



the hand, ^ sa ; to be smitten 
with leprosy, S||gfafung; 
to smite with the fist, 5^ ttb, 

■ flr keuen ta. 

Smith, SA iseangjtn, 
X @ kuug tseang ; a black- 
•mith, ^ g t'he« tseang, ^ 
^ 6^ ta t'hee teYh. 

Smoke, j^yen, ^ t'hae 

^§y«,jSyen,i^jS'»^yen, 
yen k'h^, iltj ^ hb 





SMO 



1180 



SNA 



smoked flesh, |)@ 3S ^ [^ ' slia ; to smother rate, 



yen henn che juh ; snioked 
^coloured by smoke) Mr heun, 

jj^ ^fe -3^ 

Jg ^ J yen lieun leabu. 
Smokv. ^ w6, ^ };% t'an 
w^WISMyewyeiik'6 j±J 






kung cbXh, 3& J^ heao shoo ; 
to smother resentment, j^ 
yew, j^ ^, ma& yiien ; to 
smother up fire, jSJ|[ scth, 

._ ,. . J^ woo, ^ ]^me« selh; 

1^ ch'huh yen teTh : a smoky u smothered flame, <^ yun, 
house, ^ suy, JtjlJ ^ chiih ^I^ ;^ iilC P^ "^^'« chc ho ; 
^^•^t )^ j^ y"^ y"^» li^ ^ I ^^ suppress, J^ ^ ya ch6 ; 




iiwuy tselh ah. 
Smooth, slippery, J§* hwa, 

fSi "®» W 8"y» Si i^^ • 

smooth and even, 2^ ^^ 
ping t'han,^ 2p ping ping ; 
smooth and glossy, ji^ 
^ kwang hwa, ^ ^ kee 

smooth tongue, ^^ "^ hwa 
nhia ; smooth speech, y'^ D^ 
^ yfew tsiiy hwa, ]fy ^ ySw 
tsuy, ^^ kwanff ; smoorh-faced, 
3^ # ^ 6 k'heabu yon 
Ifng sTh ; a smooth style, ^ 
^ tszc jiin, ^] le, ^ mang . 
a smooth road, ^ J^ ping 
loo ; a smooth stone, ^ ya. 

To SMOOTH, ^ wei; to 
smooth with the hand, f^ 
min, ^ wsf, ^ ^ p6 la ; to 
smooth by (he application of a 





lo conceal, (^ gg yin nelh. 
To SMCGGLK, ^^ ke« 

ta^. ?Ji 18: low shwuy, ^ 
T^l^ isbw sze, ^ ^ t'haou 
ch^how ; to bolt past the cus- 
tom-house, 091^ chin kwan. 
Smut, in grain, ^ mlng, 
ko, Y^ k'liwan, ^jM mae, 

shth mea6u sin chf^ng, ^^ J^ 

ho sliang yu, sang hih pan. 

Smutty language, ^^ J^ 
^ W woo wc{ die yf^ri. 

Snack, )^ke, ^J^^seabu 
shih ; portion, ^"^ fun tsze. 

Snag, or knot, tset?. 

Snail, with the shell, ff^ 
^ kwa new ; do. without the 
shelM|gJ!|f^kw6joo,5ia'j{|| 
3^ yuen 16 chimg ; a snail 



hot iron, ^ wef, ^ yfih ; to j with a spiral shell, J^ ^ 16 

smooth clothes, ^ d^ Ml ^^^^ ^ ^ ^^'^ 1^ * ^ kind of 
w^iefuh; a smoothing iron, | snail, {^^foo 16, |^^ yen 

If 4- wei tbw, *X^ '^^ 

tbw, ^ wei, ^ ^ t'anff tow. 

To SMOTHBR, ^f3 yen 




y^*^> nEX3S\r^ j^^ 7^ small snail, 
^^ ^\ seuen kwa ; a sea snail, 



Snake, <fE "I'Sy. tfr ft?. 
jea shay, ^ 3$ ehin keaou ,- 
» large make, ^f^ li shay, 
j^ oan ; a green ooake, ]S 
j^ hwuy kwei ; a spotted 
Boake, gr 12 ftfe P^^jTl 
shfty ; a long snake, ^ kE 
chang shay ; snake's stone, ^ 
^ ^ keih tail shTh ; a snake's 
hole, ^ J^Jshay heu5 ; snake- 
root, ^ ^ tsze tsan ; snake- 
weed,^ ^ k'liciien iBiin. 

To SNAP asunder, ^ g§ 
gnou iwan, J^ le ; to soap the 
fingers, pp ^ tan cb%. 

Snare, for lakins niiinials, I 
^l,wa,^k'han,i*J8ffike| 
Ian, gl^keueu t'hai^u, MJ 
j^ l&ng 1«, S m^h, 1^^, 
pwan t'ha6u^_^ jpg pwan 16, 
j^ kenen, ^ keucn, ]p 4^ i 
Inwang, ^ l9f h^en tslng, ' 
^ I'haou ; a snare for taking 
wild beasts, ^ seuen ; to fall 
into a snare, ^^tn i'hanu;to 
escape from do. ^ ^ t'hd 
ttiaou ; unable lo eacnpe his 
snare, W^ ^6 Ift S ^ I^*" 
Dang t']i5 keueii t liaou. 

To SKiRL, ^m ^k'euin 
triw shing, y^ ^. ^, k'heubn 
tsjing maou,^ fan ^ lieen, 
5iy«'.«6to,l|iya..«l!^ 
yae chae. ^ hnen, f^ la^h. 
^yin.Jtfryin, #e,^g yin, 
r't yi". ^ '""• i * snarling 



I new. 



iHh, ;^_ 

To SNATCH, ^ k'heu, ^ 
k'haou, ^ led, ^ U'hgang, 
^ lung,^ U'hwan.^uibw, 
^ ^ keae pas. it keen. ^ 
k'tiiien,^ keuc, ^ t5, j^f^ 
fan yuen. 

To SN'KAK for food, ^ |g 
poo chuS ; to ene&tc away, ^ 
uwin, »| ^ Jl ^ S"i» 
tdw tsi'n lag ; to sueak and 
crouch, ^ fH shlh IseS. 

Sneer, ^^langsea^u, 
If e.UCshin. 

To BNBBZK, ^ "^ la p'un, 
l^gp'biint:h^,^t'hi,^ 
k'hin, ^ te, fS ^e ; to sneeze 
from cold, )^ ^ k'hew Vh6. 

To SNIP, W 1^ ts6lD twan. 

To SNIFF, ffl* helh. 

Sntpk, l^yilh, ^^cbab 
|ke, ^^ sha chuy. 

Snivel, M&, ifflsz^, H 

To BNOHK, ^ ^g"" «t 

ftp h.n, *fi=pf^l»n, * 

gr«iWy,i6he,^ b., if 

P «, IW |>'h5. 'Tilj K, lA h«n, 

kew, pc heae. s 

To SNORT, ^ ttf ta boo, 
^i^ kob polh, "^ ^ p'bun 
k'h6, (^ hwae, ^ ,j| bwuy 
seTb, 1^ yae, "^ t'ban ; the 



s>x 



u^ 



SOA 



c-'^: 



vooruog of tii^ nose. ||^ be'^ 
iDc««uii do. ^ 1^ p^ 1^. 

SxorT, I^ cliof : a boar's 
•Hoot, |g ^ kea chaj. 

Ssow, ^^ KUc, ^2 ^ saa 
prii : snow in great quaniiues. 
^1 jfp pan? p'baa ; snov and 
»l«t, f^ 7^ tfllioT khac : 
snow-capped mountain?, @ 
^J p:h san ; enow-water, ^ 
;^ eeuS ihwny ; tbe inow- 
worm, S^ seoe isan ; snow- 
white. § ^ SSU5 pTh. 

To 8N0W, "p § hci seue, 
y^ ^ 15 sent*. 

Snowt, ^ 5P ^"° *'"*?• 

To sKrB, or chide, ^ J^J 
tath pe, ^ fi m ^ tang 
nieen k)og tvlbf^^pa chlh. 

SsUB-xosED dog, g\ hec. 
^ ^ 3^ twan chuy keu'^n. 

SytFF, ^ jH p* yen ; to 
take sniitr. ^ ^ 7^ shtb pi 
yen, ^ ^ ^ Wan pe yen. 

Sncff of a candle. ^ leav. 
Bg. tflzc, )^ t»in, ^§ tse^. ^ 
to,^yin,Jitsec.*,J|fc 
32 tio che yii tsin, f^ ^ ho 
tSen : tbe snuff of a candle, 
^ ^ chOh tain. 

To 8NUFF up, C^ hew, ^\ 
h^Qn ; to pniiff up the no^e. ^J^ 
h««h, ^ 1^ Buh pe. gJC ^ 
leeii k'he; tOBiiuffa'aridle. ^ 



IS J€ ^ *^^* -^ ^^^** *»»» .' 
wi'ii tbe left b^::d to hold tbe 

canile, and w.in :be ri^it to 
break oS" the cnuff. ^ ^ ^ 

pin chub jiw show chr taze. 

SsrFF-BOI. ^ )q ^ pg 

yen boj, j^ fg ^ p^ yen 
{ring. 

Sntffkr. j^l^cbub tse^o^ 
ji3 ^ ^ chub tseen tbw. 

_^To S3ruFFLE, ^ ^^ff^ 

S VUG . secreL 5^ melb. 

So, thus, ^ JbioS ^«e, in 
S jo6 she, in jpf jod Bsc ; 
so then, ^ peen ; so many, 

jjjj J5j Jcl ^ 3^ ^*^ ^^^ 
■to; 30 great, -^ ^ if; tajo 
tsz^ ; is it so ^ ^ ]&D :l^ 
k'hi jo6 she boo,l^^_^ 
$b^ k« j^n k'hh k^ jeo ; 

why 80 ? @ IpT in ifti yj!! 

ho joo tsze ; and so forth. 2SC 

2^ yfi° yfi'* f so on, 
mdw mow ; if so be, ||pj 
t'hang jen ; so good a man. 

Pl^ X 8&ng t«e ha^ 
jin ; nothing so much as, ^^ 

^Q mo jod : so so, |Q* ^ k'hb 
: a ; Mrs. So and so, ^ ^ 

. mow 6h'5. 

To SOAK. vE^ow, J^sth, 
fsin.-^tsin. 5§ yih,^|1 
paou shth. ^11^ tseen , jj^ 





»!'. 





y.-i, ^- hvan, '^ Ian, |JJp sew, 



SOA 1 

f^ laSea ; do. gradually, ^ 
^ ueen iBze, 7^ job, jg Ian, 

yin, 5& puo, fil BOW ; to soak 
in the ground, np 16 ; to eoak 
witb water, J^ lln, |^ jP| 
Uin jijn.^'^chun teze ; to 
eoak thoroughly, ^ ^ gow 
j6w, 5^ ban, J^ 1$ han gan, 
I^shwuy; to soak through, 
M}^ tBSehee, >t*lin, j^ 
I^llnlg; soaked with rain^ 
$hea, ^^ l!ti Ig; to be 
eoaked in wine, y^ mcin, ^ 
^ ^ chin y{i ttew ; to aoak 
hemp, jS ^ gow ma ; lo Boak 
to lotteaness, ^ ^ guw Ian, 
^ mwan ; a soaking ram, ^M 

chen ; to be soaked vilb rain, 
j^ 2^ '""- '""S i '" ^^ float- 
ed in ink, ^^ ceen. 

Soap, foreign, :^ ^ fan 
keen, ^ g|^ sblh keen, -^{^ 



89 SOC 

oloft.i^f^kaou fei, ^^ 
tang k'een ; a aoaring hied, ^S 
pq* p'heaou k'bio. 

To BOB, gt y»n?. Ifc he, 
BJJt^yangyin, ®yib, % 
koo, ig^ t'haou, ^ k'lieang. 
^ hwang, ^ heu, ^ pQ 
koo yin ; to sob and lament, 
^ fb ^ )$ I>e hen pei 
taou ; to eob in the throat, l@ 
^yen pei; to catch llie breath, 
^,^1 chow aeth ; incessant 
Mjbbing, ff^ yin, ^it:^ 
ih iirh k'helh pSh chh ; to 
sob without ceasing, ^ 1^ 
keaoii t'hnou ; sobbed and wept, 
!I^ 5^ nff ^ woo woo firh 
k'helii. 

Sober and temperate, gp 
^ tseS ydng, *^f^ show 
^^^) in ^ >««« >een; to be- 
come sober, Pf "^ tsuyeang, 
If ^ tsuy sing. 

SociABLB, ^:)^|^ haou 



shtb keen ; native soap, He -^'^^""B ya, Jl^i^ wan h6,| 
fel Uaou; Boap-nul8^^';g^ $f] je hd. 
heaou t'haon,^-^ "^ luvan j Society, ^ hwuy, ^ ft 
iszi shih, ^ ^ jjii k'hb ' ^^ »'»ay ; a society for the 
k'heii k'how ; soap-berry tree, ! maintenance of religious aer- 
^^tF W03 I'wan tsxfe^:^! vices, ^ ^ chob hwiiy ; the 
^ ^ poo die fei, ^ 5(^1 while lotus society, ^^^ 
hwfiyfei; soap-stone, j^ J^^ : P''!* leen shay, ^^^ jilh 
hwa shih, ^ j^ shIh hwa. " 1 leSn hwiiy. 

To SOAR, ^ e, ^ eaoir, ! Sockgt, QT| kwn ; a hollow 
^ j^ p'caou p'eoou, ^ ^ i '" the ground, i ^ t'hob wa ; ■ 
gaou seang, .|| shiiig : lo soar the socket of bone, "^ yTI', ^ 



50 S" 



:.>j 



SOI 




11 his jaiic^m it x iaor 
53B. -^ 7^ ^^ ^p^ 7 Jill r 10 
•rhe 31.:^ lie «n4:.i:f^ r ^ic ty* 

^[ P^ 3auU Til. 



-CM « h. 





•#efi. 








c ::iti3rT 




fi 







L«r 




,x-*a fOR »i;al maj be bent, 
lilt lari vactfcioces will break, 

ll«l!|llSii^}5.tsih 

£:*ixec ii^tA 'jii chi ; soft lea* 

•: t; tifc." •! '•I •"' rriiAii*! . SS n*i b , 
^ aa^ Jf ^ «w e ; soft 
'u-Ltiim'r ■^•jTi -▼ Buddhi^l 

jor^- -Fij ::o Kfi jfc ^ t'ae 
cic : sen 11^ Jocbearing. 




3^ ^ fis nuis. ^ ^ ^ ^ov 13 1 left iubberlj per* 




^ -*'• Se ri 55: --- S 

Si^ >€ ^'''*'-^:'' j-lTT : «f: and 

S^s ^_lfc »«i^* 

fl X-W^I^Uu, ^^jia jen. 

J^/'O. ftiicJjiiSrn: soft spec-:h. 

jow yu J soft dispo?!- 

li£^ri mljing; let your counte- 
naric^ be nofl and agreeable. 
^cfBM ^**^'" J*w urh 



*f. fair 




pe : toft and 
^ 1^ zjeea jow ,-^ a 
icit sKlJsir raana«r, ^^ 



• -:l - ^ 




)0^; \ji:hh:e. 



foo : fasc'.na- 




Ta 5 : rr ry '«o>Jie,) "^ 1^ 
;•: »::;£n by steeping, 

.-. ^^ ^-•' ^^^' ]^ juen ; 
13 r-:fun d:wn. ^^kheea 
crkuVa ; «':>i:eced, J« tslh ; to 
s-r^i^en bv cr^c^iration. ^fig 

ffiSw TOW. 






Sol. If laiij, in*M **'»^ 
fun : ihree kinds of do. m j|S 
san janz : whita soil, ^ ^ 
pih fun, ^ ^ p!li Jang ; yel- 
low do. ^ m bwang jang ; 
do. black and hard. ^ loo ; 
soil (manure). ^^ ^ fiin 
J*°oi IK ^^^" : compost, 




SOL 



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SOL 




M tang nft ; dirt, ^ k'h6w;/^ Sole, (a fish,) ^ k^e, tfc 
i» ^ ^ wooweiche wuh. @ ,^ {* ™uh yu, g^ |)eeii, 

To BE SOILED, ^ Vf Je» ^W^^ ^^'''> ii ^# ^'*'* 
woo. ; sha, ^ fan- 

SoLANUM, 1^ j5fi ^®" ''^®*^ ' i Solely, ^ tub, i^ (an. 
do. mdicuin,|^^^hwangi Soi.emn ^ , ySn, ^ |h 
kea hwa ; solaauin nigrum, twan suh, '^ |h yjn sCih ; a 
^ ^ kwei k'hwei ; do. scan- soleinn rite, 'JQ |g ta ]h ; so* 
dens, ^ ^ shuh tseuSn. j lemn assembly, ^ ^ ^ 

Solaa year, ^ kS ; the hwiiy ; solemn feast, ^ pjf 
round of seasons in a solar ^ ta tsee k'he ; a solemn step) 
year, E ^ jfll ^ tsi shS g(|^ tsBh tselh, ft ifff 1 
urh kd. ' ^ hing ftrh kin king, -^ 

Solder, ^ ban, ^ ^ jfff ft ^^*^"ff ^^^"8 urh hing. 
ban heo j to solder, fl^ ^ ta Solkmnitv, ^ kin. 
ban, ^ PJ ban k how j to Sole N.j{(Jcb 'hing, ^ching; 
solder metallic implements, solenenais, JQE pe, jj^ |^ 
that they may be joined toge- ping ting, M ^ pin^ pe ; 
ther,^ ^ IS H ^ *a $J? m •'- 16. 
^ ban kin yin k'he ling slang To solicit, to ask, |^ 
choo. ts'ing, '^ k'biw, f^ •'^j il^ 

Soldier, ^ i chwang , k6, ^^ yangk'hdw ; to so- 
eze, JE ping, ^^ ping tsub, j licit a reward, f^ ^ t'habu 
^ X Pi"g ^i*^?) i ^ sze '; ehang, ^^ ^^ yang mei . to 
tsuh, 2^ tsuh, jfe ^ i'^^^S solicit people's assistance, ^ 
ping) '^ ^ ^'^J tang ping - ^ cha6u lang j to solicit tlie 

favour of the spirits, ^ J|^ 

iri$ IS s^® '^^^^ ^*^^" chungj 
to solicit, to urge, f^ ^ tsuy 
pelh, ^ ^ km tsuy ; to so- 
licit to evil, §1 ^ yin yew, 
^^ ^ f®* yfew,^ 3 1 kow yin. 

Solicitous,!^ t'heib, 
f^ t'liuh tlieib, ^ yew, 
IvCii ; iu the inorninjr diligent, 
.'•nd ill \\i'^ ^v<:ning soiiciioM.-', 




telb. 

Sole, one person, — ' J\ 
ylh jin, ^ — ' tub ylh ; sole 
charge, ^ ^ chuen islh. 

Sole of a shoe, ^ die, 
le te, ^ 15 heae tc, 
lelb ; sole of the foot, ^ hca. 
P Aj> keo sin, ^ ^ kho pan, 
1^ cMh, PP ^ kto ching: 
^ chill. 




C c c 



SOL 






SOL 



— . -t 



Solicit: a, one wLo ^olnrs. 

fang 8«c , adTOCAV? ^ ^ 
cbob pebu. 

SOUCITUDB. 35 W^^* 

chueo woo che sIli, ^ J^ 

kwa IcU: ^ i^ i^*'* f'een. 

^ 42^ kwa sio. 

SouD: ^ fl^ cliun k:h: ££ 

keang, ^ keen. ^ ^ keen 

shOi, ^ ^ p6 shih, 5f ?Llh, 

fg^SfsihsbJb, ^ sih. ^ 

k5, ^ ked. ^ king ; grave. 

^ labu ehlh ; steady. ]^ 

rsun chiing ; solid and 

fi"«; So ^ IS @ k'ho j^n 
keen koo ; solid ground, ^ 

liih, J^ to, ^db keen i-hoo. 

a solid body, ^ f| shih I'he ■ 

a eolid rock, ^gf ^ pwan 

eirh ; solid kind of bamboo. 

^ ]»|^ nan suy, ^ lin ; to 

render solid, jJC^ M © 

Icih wel keen koo ; solid gold, 

S }|| ^ ^'^'ih mwan kin. 

SouDiTv, firmness, ^ @ 

^ ^ la6u koo che sz^, ; gra- 

VHX: 4f Jt iSI ^ iiing 
cl*e l^an cbwang 



iTLTlCi-. T 









^ = r.ah .-en. 

SciiiAr.T. ^ tab, Mm 

i:o: tJh SI jg tab keo, ^ 

:an i^ jj^^koo tan.S 

se-Ji in5, 
!ta:-..^^t3lielh is'elb, 

p- zr ^^s ^^t^ SL jfc koo 

Iclh, ^ keune. ^ keung, ^ 
^ koo shlD.^^^^seaou tseaou; 

^ % 'f^'* ^'^"t ^ *^«"«ei 

^ keae.^tsclh,^]^'-.^ 
jg uin ue:h, g^ yew, H^ ^ 

keuDg iuh.||^y^l^^t8eaou 
le^ou ^ leaoij.J^ kenog: a fo- 
liiary boar, ^^f^ I'hTh chow ; 
soli:ary ramble, S^]^ )g fj 
keu ken tub bing; a solitary 
place, ^^ leacu, ^ ]^ tflh 
cb'hoo. ^ A S wo* j*n 
cb'hoo, [^ i^ ;^ ^ p'heca 
pheib che cb hoo, ^ ping, 
^ ping : the solitary and 
widows, f^ ^^ king kvra ; 
the solitary wasp, 1^ jS ''^ 

SoLiTUDF, flf[ ^ tseaou 
: lenou, ^ ^ k'hung tsetb, |^ 

^ ^ A ^^^^•^ *««^^ ^'^* J**^' 

^ tseih, ^, «E ;t B^ tah 

tsae ciie so. 

Soi sTicF. ^ ^ jtb che i 
summer do. W ^ hea ch6 ; 



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1193 



SON 



winter do. ^ 3S tung che, ! wuh, ^ ^ hw5 chay, ^ 
ta hwan, ^ ^t seabu ^ tung se ; somethjng over 






hwan. 

Solstitial points, 
firh ch£. 

To SOLVE doubts, ^ 
pdw seth, ^ ^ keah 6, 
gg pe^n ming. 

Solvable, j^ ^ £ keae 
tlh k'heu. 

Soluble, RT J^ 2^ ^ 
k'hb h seaou y&ng. 

Sombre, H|^guan,^?nan, 

^ gan, ^ heufin, jg;. ^ 

I'huy ka«2^|R sh"' ^ yabu, 

S y«W' S y«n, M ''^'h, 5?[t • 
mci, 3J^ f^ mel mei ^ yin, ; 

^ S^ san 5«n; )i^^ hce 
heuh, ^ ylh, ^M meth 
tselh ; sombre appearance, m 
^ beS hwiih. 

SoMB, ^ k^, ^ ^ yfew 
Beay, z^" ^yhw telh, ^ ^ 
yiw chay, ^ y^w ; some do 




^ ^ yiw k'«, ^ ife yiw' 
y ii ; to talk of something else, 
{^ yto t'ha. 

Sometimes, ^ Q y^w 
9h&, ^ ^ llPf y^w shi tse^. 

SoMKWHATi jsB ^ k^ fiin. 

SoMRWHiLB, ^ ^ seay 
alia, ^ ^ seay seu. 

Somewhere, ^ ^ y^.w 
ch'hoo. 

Somnambulist, |^ [^ Jfff 
fj shwuy she urh hing. 

Somniferous, J^ ^ ;^ 
che shwiiy che wuh. 

Sow , •? tszi, g kefen, ^ 
^ nan tsz^, ^ ^ Idng 
chang, tI^ 'X' ^^'h tsze ; one's 
owu son, ^ tP ts'in tsz& ; a- 
dopted son, 0|g ^ e tsz^ ; 
legitimate son, j^ '^F chlh 
tsz^, BE ^ 6^J M ching 
tse telh drh ; sons of ^ eoncu* 




not like this, ^ X ^ §^ ■ '''"^; ^ S? ^^"^ «'^^^' ^ 



yew jin puh hfe ; some years 

^S^r M ^ f5 ^^^ "^*^" ^^^'^• 
Somebody, ^ Jv y^w jln, 

gJJJ^hwojin, ^\ mow 

jin; somebody has said, ,^ 

^ hwd yuo ; somebody has 

done it, Ifij ^ A ^ I^^l^ 

y^w jin wel. 




shoo tszi; my son, >J* ^^ 
seabu flrh, ^]>^ seabu k'eubn; 
3^ui^ son, -^ Ip Ifng lang, 

^ Ijl kung l&ng, 'J^^^ 
ta firh tszi ; eldest son, ^^ 
chang t8Z&, ^ ^ yuSn tsze, 
^ "^ chang tsz%, ^ '^ 
kea tfih ; second son, 5^ ^ 



Some-one else, ftfe A t'ha j ^^'^ ^^^^ i * ®^'*^^. '^^^f' 9^ 



jtn. 



SoMETHiyo, ^ i^ yew 



^g. tszi seth, S iP chiih 
tszi, § lij tszi ch'hiih ; sons 



S()() 



1194 



SOO 



.111(1 daughters, 5g^ 5!^ urh nyu : hsabu lae ; very soon, ^(j 
sons and descendants, ^ |S| ^ ^ k'hwae tth km ; soon 



how e. 

SoN-iN-LAw, J^ ^ keaon 

pwan 
seu 



enough, ^ J^ wei dig. 

Sooner, ^ Jp* keaou 
tsabu ; the sooner the better, 




ran tszfe, ^seii, ^ JS heen -^ I^ yu5 tsab uyue habu ; 

^^^^ ^^^y s«u, 5^1 ^ I a little sooner ;|^;^kVae seay 

kooyay. Soot, j^Q j|^ yen nriol , 3^ 

SoNCHus, =g^ ^ k'hob 5^ ^ hb tan mei, ^ ^r 

tgac,^to5. yen 

Song, ^ kefth, B^ hung; "^^^' 
10 8Jng a song, 1^ ^ ch'ang 





yen, 




mei 
>1 




woo 




yen tszfe, ^ tae, ^^ t'hae, j^ 
^ t'hae mei, J|t yun, 

kefih, B^ ^ ch'hang ko ; the , IJ^ Y^" '^^uy, 
song of those who pull heavy yen, ilC )S ^^ 
weights, ^ ^ heu yu ; a k'hing me!, 
village song, |J^ B^ tsth tseay. 'To soothe, ^ IgSj fob yu, 
Song-book, ^ ^ keiih ^^J^ ne goWjOfll ^fijheuheu. 

Pu", DC ?|C ko pun. I R§ heu, 1^ ^^'^'^ K^"' ' # 

Songster, ^ ^ |^^ ' ^ fob mo, ^ mo, ^ 
hwiiy ch^hang te!h, 1^ Sj: |5) j M ^ob seiih, ^ ^ 
ch'hang ko teth. seun, ^ f^ chin wob, ^^ 

Songstress, ^ clianfr, ; kob, ^ scr.n. ^ fob, ^ 
I© @ chang yew, ^ ^ ninn, j|^ v^n, ^^wob tsz6, 
nyu y6. tJC fob, ^^ mei, ^ yiih, ^ 

Sonnet, )]n ^ seabu ^ ^b wep ^ wc(, §^ 
keiih. M gnan wei, ^ me, UM 

SoNOROiTS. ^ :^ heancT tsuh, RfiJ heu, iS chae, J^ 
chay, ^ ^ ^ ptj y^w "^^) *^ woo : fo soothe as we 
heang shing teTh. do children, HJjl <^ ^ -^ heu 

SooLoo, country, fii^ ^ ^ ^^^^ j^ ^s^^- 
sooliihkw^. Soothing, B^ Q^ gow 

Soon, -^ tsabu ; immedi- P^w. ij(M j^ foo mei, ^ foo. 
ntely, jJC ^ leth k'hth, ^ ^^W wob yen, ffij seun, JlC 
ill leth tseTh, IP |[(I tseih | mrth. ;^ ^wan j6w,^heu. 
k'hlh, 5fe Been ; early, '(^ 3^ Soothsayer, ^ helh, 
tab suh ; come soon, JfL jj^ ^ "*" ^^'^^^- 




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SooTV, -^ fH ^ 6^J yew Sore, ^ cliwang, 
yen mei teih. t'hnnGf,^kcw,^^ch\vang 

Sop, J^ tf' ^ ^ 'fi'^. ^saou,|^loo7H| Chung, 
Vhctns chung che man paou, ^ iso, j|5 y«w, m keo ; a 
i?^ puh puh, ^l^miien sore on the lijw, ^ k'hin; 
puh. ! ^ kin. ^ chin : a small sore, 

To ^opJ§ -I ^^ seth y!h I 5§? ^ kea^ la6, 5? ^ y^-^ngr 
seth, Vu^^MWl chin ' keae, ^ ise^ ; small sores, ^ 
man I'hdw yu t'hani^. | ^jpchwang keae ; sores on the 

Sophism, jj^J ^ kea lun, face, ^ paou; sores occasion. 
>]> ^ scabu liin. ! ed from comin^ in contact 

Sophist, a captions rea- 1 with varnish, ^ le ; sores on 
eoner, pp gj^] ^ lung kwef : the feet of animals. ^ kea : a 
cliay, ^^^ A. k'heabu ■ sore on tlie foot, ^ wci, 
cha che jin ; a philosopher, ^ pwan ; a runnmg sore, jp 
^ \ h<»gn jin. | low chwang ; a sore on the 

SopHrsTic, ^ E|§ (^ head, ^ pel ; sores about the 
kwei p-heen te!h. . mouth, P ^ k'hbw o ; sores 

Sophistry, ^^^^\^^^ ulcers, ^ ^ kaou labu ; 
puh kin? che twan, % ^ ^ ' ^® ®y®»» 6 /^ ^^n t'hiinff, 
W ^ IS yew ming wo6 @ hw^B^ sun,^ mee,^ 
shih che yu. leang, ^ ting, ^ B^ raang 

Sopor iFic^^^cheshwiiy. hwang, g^ leang, ^che; a 

SoRBus, or service tree, ^ sore head, ^ t'huh ; a sore 
^ ^ yang ke tsze. throat, ^ ^ heaou sow, ^ 

Sorcerer, 58 heih,JS^ 'j^en. :^S|ho6keen,^ kae, 
nan woo. ; Pj^ SHiJIf^w P«, 511 keang, ^ 

Sorceress 35''^o6, jl^sze. ki^en, ^ hea ; sore heels, fl^ 

Sorcery, ^^gciayshuh, BiC kwei tuy ; a sore fool, ^ 
3E ^ woo shuh ; books of iSm ke6 t'huner. 
flofcery and magic, ^ © iflr • Sorrel, ^ ^ yansf t^, 
^ yaou shoo yaou yen. . wK^S ^^an tseang, ^ ^ 

Sordid, mean, ^ |0 pe k'hob chin, ^ ]^ l^eth kwan, 

'^'^w,@UPg p'hfe low; sordid, ^W lia" (s^iang, ^ sen, 
avarinnus, ^ r,n. "S- p^ IS ^||f san woo. 

Inb, j[lp[ nren. Sorrow, ^ yew, jjtjcl 



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^ toow, (ffl choo, ^ ^tsow 
mdo, iCj^j^ sin tseaou, 
chow, ^ ^ ue chwaog, 
f^ mwan miio, Ktaelh, f 

jangi i& yew, JR^ ^^^b, 
Ian, ll^ ping. 

Sorrowful, jf^ iR chow 
Chang, ^ ^ yJh ylh, @ 
|[9 fan man, ^ P^ tsow 
mun, Hq min, j^beuen, 
chug, t^ chub, jig chun, 
Chung, ja^ chung, ^^ chuen, 
sefib, ^ ^ keung keunff, 
keung. ^ ledh, fl| 
1*1*,® yew, JJg leaner, ^^,, 
ttow, ?g| SI Ie« leg, @ 3[^ 
fan mwan, w ^ fun tseu, j 
fli y«ng. &«, i^ tuner, «^ 
^?®) 1^ ^®' j% bwan, K lew, 
i'hoo, f^ tsaaou, ^ leu, 
tfleth, i|@ yfh, l}gl keuen. 

_k'han,g|jl^lewlelh, 
tse, ^ kwan, ^ leang, ^ 
le, ^ selh, 'j*!^ "^ tflcaou tsuv, 
^ # yang yanff, 1^ yu, "" 
hwan, ^ yuen, ^ shun, 

hwanjs •«^'h"««f'^'^"8f' ^^ 
p'hc, IPI ping, 1^ shin^ ffi tc, 

j5 saou, ^[37 taou, i(Jfc'*CT »i» 
tgu^ hea, 19 kung,^ seg, 

^ ^Jin yin, g icaou, 
gae, •j^ hwan, ip chow, 

chuen, M S '^ y^^ • *^ ^" 
come sorrowful, id^ HF^ j^ ^ 
sin hea na mun, ^ ^ t«ow 
miinj p^ lin. ^^ keung; a 







sorrowful visage, @| ^ gan 
tsan, g^ mlh, jJH ^ tseaou 
Uuy ; sorrowful in the extreme, 
^ ^ yin yew ; sorrowful 
thoughu leading to weeping of 

^^^^f Mi ^ ^ iSt shob Bze 
keth heue. 

SoRRY,^]^gaetseih, ^ 
isow, ^ miin, |^ ^ tsow 
miin, ^^ yew miin,]^ 
yen miin, ^ nelh, f® se, ^ 
j^ yew tselh, |g|^ tseTh, ^ 
bwfih, j^ hwan, f^ jj^ wan 
niih, ^ heaou, ^ ^ fei neih, 
^fei, '^Eteaou,{)^P fSh 
yfih,'ffheu,fghwan,^^ 
kSg keg, H kin, ^ le ; no 
occasion Co be sorry, yfC ^ 
5 P^b pcth yew. 

Sort, S^chung, ^ 

chuner luyTttll IS P'bin luy, 

seaou luy, ^ SB tad pei, |jft 
yu Idy, 8p ^ keun chow, 
j^ pef Idy, # tsadu, ^ 
hang, 3^ heaner, S^ t^n?, ^ 
yanff. H wei, Jit'huh,^ pan, 
l^f§ chow Idy; all sorts of 
trade, ^ ^ ^ ^ ko h^an^ 
sang 1^ ; different sorts, ^ jffj^ 
tang keth ; of the same sort, 
PI SB t(ing pei ; three sorts, 
^ ^ ^*" tansr. 

To sort, ^ f^ fun Idy, 
^ iAiceen tein, || ^ keun 
chay, II il^ ta teen, :g^ k£oQ 






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SOU 



}:|j pk ; do. with the band, ^ 
j^pdla^itOHortrilkJWjg 
kiog lun ; sorted, S^ M sze 
lun. 

confirmed sot, f^^ hwa ke. 

Sottish, ^ ^ hwan md. 

Sovereign, ^ chob, ^ 
^ jin chob, ^^ kw5 chob, 
± ^ ^^^ keun, ^ ^ 
Chung keun, )^ h6w, ;^ )g 
yu6n how, ^ )g keun how, 
^ keun, ^ ^ keun kung, 
3E ^ Wang kung, ^ wang, 
•i^itiwang, ^pelh, ^ 
;^ keun chang ; the sovereign 
of a country, g| ^ kw5 chob, 
H^ kwS^hwang, jgg ^ 
kwo keun, TC'M* 7"^" show ; 
sovereign of China, ^P ]^ ^ 
32 chung yuen chc chob ,* the 
Supreme Ruler is the sovereign 

of the people, Jl ?^ "K K 
^ 1^ shang U hea m)n che 
peih. 

Soul, ^ hwan, Soling, 
S^ ling hwan, jjj^T^ shin 
hwan ; spirit, f^ ||[ shin Itng, 
Sm ^ hwan ling : animal soul, ; 

^ fr ^^>"? ^'^^^ I ^i'^1 prin- 
ciple, ^ ^ sang hwan ; sen- 
sitive principle, ^g ^ ked 
hwan ; rational soul, l(^ jj|$ 
sin shin ; intelligent spirit, ^ 
1^ shth shin, ^ ^ che k'he) 
JE ^ ^^^^ l^'l^^ i ^ spiritual 




and intelligent substance,^ 

fS B S ^ ^ chaou chaou 
hng ling che wCLh ; soul and 
spirit, ^ ^ hwan k'h^ ; spi« 
ritual part of the Yang prin- 
ciple, S^ hwan ; do. of the 
Yin principle, fij|[ p'hih ; finer 
and grosser parts of the soul^ 
^ ft^ hwan p'hih; animal 
vigour, ]^ ^ heu« k*hc. 

Sound, ^ shing, ^ ^ 
heang shing, ^ ^ ehing 
k'he, ^ ^ shing yin, ^ 
fan, g§ yang, ^ heang, ^X^ 
yih, 5fV pa, «^ yaou, -^ yew, 
5^ hwuy, ^ laou, ^ Ifth, 
^bung, 1^ l^'he^, ^ che, 
Bjf gan, o£ k'hew, Bp tfp 
p'hing p'hiog, 1^ king, Bg 
yuh, glj heuen ; the sound of 
the shuttle, ^ ^ tseih tseThj 
the sound of the harp, ^ 
k'hing ; the sound of thunder, 
j^ ^ hunjr hung ; the sound 
of wings, 1^ ^ siih sfih ; the 
sound of stones, ^ keung 
^ leih, ^1% ^ ^ ping 
i^'hb, i^^ pang pang; the 
sound of rain, ^ ]@ seTh 
Ifeih ; sound of talking, ^ =g 
tsaou hwang, ^ pe ; the sound 
of water, ^*^ cli'ung tsung ; 
the sound of wood breakingi 
^ ping, ^ cha ; sound or 
noise, ^ le, ^ heaou, H^ 
hth, ^ ke, ^ tan, fg .e«, 



SUL" 



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^ keih, ^ e, 1^ hlh, ^^ lae, 
^^ tB'ba,D^^ keae ; the sound 
of blowing, [^ pub, ^^ beae i 
tbe sound of craunching a 
bone, P^ lij^, ^ iJe ; the 
sound of felling timber, ^ 
isang ; sound of conversation, 

^ ^ ^^^^'* '^^^ ' ^'^^ sound 
of a bell, ^ hwang, «^ J^ 
isang bwang, S^BE^hung 
cbe ming * the sound of sing- 
ing, 1^ bung ; the sound of 
ilie wind, ^ gaou ; do. of tbe 

mouth, BJC 9@S ^'^''^"y ^^ 5 ^^^ 



sound of niU6ic, 





liwang 




bwang, ^ hwang, ^^y5 
shin^ ; the sound of a driUD, 
n@ yen yen, "^ p'bang, 
_ t^i^ang, Jg3^ yuen yuen j 
a sound in tbe ears, V\(£^ yun i 
sound of copper, ^ ^ tung 
shing; the sound of a gem, 3^ 
hwang, J^ so, 3^ tslieang, 3&^ 
tsaou ; the sound of praise. 3^ 
tseih. 

To SOUND an alarm, E^ 
beae, gf ^ gg luy kelh 
kob ; to Found hollow when 
struck, ^ t'hung ; to sound 
tlie gong, fl^ 1^. ming kin j 
to sound loud. ^1 h^-ang ; to 
sound a horn, P^ ^ ch'huy 
kiV) ; to sound, or pry into, p^ 
1^ sh6 t'han, ^ ^ t'han 



tiling \ to sound the depth of 
wal<.r, ^ ;/j-C than shwiiy i 



to soMhd forth, ^ ^ ebbing 
yangjsounding sweetly, x^Iq 
babu t-hing, ^^^ biiang 
tJi habu ; sounding copper, 
Df^ ^ beangr tQne ; the trum- 
pet sounds, ^ f^ ^ haou 
tung hcang. 

SocNDj healthy, Q^^E^ 
^ isze tsae woo yang, jgS; 
keen chwang ; safe and sound, 
"^ ^ P^"5 .?"an ; sound, firm, 
^ keen, ^ @ keen koo ; 
sound sleep, ^^ ^ shiih 
shwuy, ^ ^ shin shwuy, 
^^ tsuh tseih, 2J^ ^ nung 
shwuy. 

Soup,^^ t'hang, §§kang; 
pork soup, ^ heaou; meat 
soup, 1^ lio, ^ Bg fun h6, 
wj B^ tsaS tsuy, ]|l^ cbung, 
pi keih, Hr^ neen, fii| lieang, 
jif] ke; soup w*cll-boiled, ^^ 
^£ kangjin ; a sort of soup, 
^ kae, 5^ yo, ^ tsuy; soup- 
ladle, ^^ kang shS, ^J| 
t'bang she, ^^ t'bang yang; 
soup-basin, 7C^ J'"^*^ seaou. 

Sour, ^ swan, ||j chan^ 

^ he; a sour feeling, ^ ^ 

sin swan ; a sour taste, ^^ 

swan wei ; a sour pear, @j 

, tsoo le ; liquor turned sour, ^^ 

' ^""gj E0 ^""? i ^ood turned 
sour, j^ ^ c ye ; a sour 
plum. ^JH swan mei. 

i SouKCK, '^^ Ittet'how, 



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Skin yu«n, ^ffl yuln y&w^ leu ; male do. flB r)c kaou kin, 
o/ a. stream, J^ teeuen, ^g Sow, j^ |^ mob cboo, fp| 

uow. •"y,3S»"y« ^ '^w, IB pa, 

To aovBE,^ "7^ ;3fC I'hdw ^ eha, ^ moo ; a sow at 
h($a thway. j heat, ^ low, ^?|lC ^ choo 

South, ]^ uan, ^ woo ; k'liew t92^. 
south of the Hue, tp^J^ '^^ sow seed, ^ ^ p6 
1^ cbung tni che nan ; soutli ^^^^^Sy ^^ ^po pTh kab, 
P^^^i ^ S i^A" 1^®^^ i the ^ : H sbabu cbun g j^ pae, 
floutbern region, f$$ ^ nan ^^yesTh, ^ ^ cliiiag 
fang, i^ ^ y*n ^'hecn, ^g ^img, ft M ^a chiing, ^e, 
*f^ i'haou t'hob ; to face the < ig| chting, ^ kea ^ n&ng, 

south, Pd Q nan me^n ; ! [3 ^ ^^^S ^^^^l IwP^ • ^ 
southern barbarians, {f| @ sow discord, j^ ^ sb^ ao, 
n&a man ; a southern breeze, | ^^ ^ t'beaou so, ^ HI 
^ Pi nan fung, ||[ ^ I^'** | ^'»»«wu p5, jgj ^ kea yu£a 
fuog, m Ht k'hae fung {the fQ^ keen ke. 
southern gate, nPlJ ^^ "^^"5 Sow-thistle, ^ ^ k'ob 
the southern ocean, ^^ nan ua<, H^ ^i ^ a^^i IK 
hai, ^wang; the southern chow 
heayen, ytj\y^^ t'heen j 



south-east, MB tung nan ; 
south-west, Q ^ ae nan ; 
southward, l^^heangnan,^ 
l^chaou nan ; south-east cor- 

SJf» JK Iff PS ^unj nan yu. 

yaou ; do. of the house, 

yaou, Tjg yaou ; south-east 

wind, JlH g[ beun fUng 

Southernwood, 

«i j|3l ^ W 8^1 







Sow-BLo, ^ ^ e wei, 

IJ^ keu shoo, m^ *^ 

tseang, g tae, gjj S*^ 

Ueang, i^ ^ wei shob, Ji[ 

X^ shoo fo6, Kn ^^n, 
Space, empty, J^ ^ 

heu k'hungtstni; tsang, 

k'hungbeu, ^^i)^7^ 
k'bung heu te fang ; space be- 
loo, tween, f^ he«n, ]^ lelh ; 
1^ ' tbe space between the eye- 
aeaou telb, ^ toew, |^ ||£ brows, ^ yang, J^ f^ met 
tsing baou, ^ {||[ sijay baou, k^:en ; space of time, ^ j^ 

^ 5t ahang low ; while do. sh& how, 4li ffl(/cl ^ ssang 

Gcc 





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SPA 



klh che sbd ; tiie space of a 
month, ^ ^ k6 yu3. 

Spacious, ^ kwang, ^]^ 
Chang, f(^ Chang, ^ hwuy, 
^J^wanpryahg. 

SpADE,^hwa,|^ke5,_ 
tfi'hcaou, ^f cha :^ ^ hwi 
ts'heaou, ^\^ VU^^c licen, 
[•^hecn,^ keu, $^ pwan, 
chow iSB kwo, "tlV cha, 







J Seen, ^ cha, ]^ wei, fy^ 
ung ; a double-edged spade, j^ 
hwa ; a kind of spade, f^ ^ 
pe seen. 

Spain, S^leusung,^^ 
Bl 515 ^ l«u Sling. 

To SPAN, ^tsih,^ chth. 

Span, § wef, S ^^ H 

woj) fs'hun yiig wei, -— 

tfS H ^ yth pabu yiit$ wei, 

— M y^»^ p»ng, -- tt y^i» 

*»a> "^ ^ show t'han. 

Spanish flies, ^fe ^pan 
madu ; sec Cantharides. 
Spare, lean, ^ sbw, 
p'hS sow; spare ground, 
_^ yu te ; a spare pot, f^ t hng;, 
fl^ ^ how t'hung, ^ 
tse^n ying. 

TosPARE,^gae,'ff seTh, 
^ 'Iff gae seTh ; to spare and 
not to use, f^ ^ seTh yiJng, 
fflyfl ^8ce yung; to spare, 
to forgive, M shoo, ^ ^ 
•hoo inein, ^ J^ k'hwan 
nieen ; to spare, pity, ^ king, 






iixrJ^^" ^^^ i spare me, 

VU ^ J^^" g"^^ *» ^ spare life, 
I g| ^ jaou iTiing, ti ^ seth 
I sang ; to spare money, ^ ^ 
I seth tseen ; to spare one's-self, 

ij^^seth sliin; unable to spare 
, one, ^ ^ f# flli shay pah 

tTh tMia ; to spare one's strength, 

^ jj sang 1^1. 

: SpAnTXG,^h'n,H5S|* 
lin,§^linseih,^g5, 

Chun, ^ M f«^ P5» tS ^ 

keen kc, ^^ ^ keen Ifn. ^ 

k'een, ^ kin, J^ leen, ^^ 

sangk'een.^^l^ keen k'he, 

1^ gae, ^ k'heen, ^ ^J^ 

leang p'h6, -f^ ^ sang seth, 

f§ seth ; to be sparing, -^ j^^ 

j sang y5 ; to be sparing of 

I things, ^ ^ seih wuh, ^ 

^ gno ch'hoo ; to be sparing 

of labour, •j^ ^ snth laou ; to 

be sparing in one's diet, ^^ 

^ ^ puh kan shth ; to be 

sparing of instruction, Hj ^ 

kin keaou ; sparing of words, 

"^ li'n yen ; do. of money, 

1^ seth tSeen ; do. of time, 

^ ^ ^^^h kwang yin. 
Sparc ANiuMj^^san lang. 

Spark,^^ sing,^^hb 

sing, — tf^i^ y^fi «'"^ 
i che ho, l^yfih, ^ lew, J^E 

'yen,^yft,4>:ff|hbfei. 

I TOSPAKKLK, ^ Ph6, ^ 

"JQ fa kwang : sparkling of 





SPB 



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SPE 






f 



of tlie eyes, |^ BT hwuy beu ; 
do. with joy, ^ bin ; spark- 
ling with brightness,^ yung, 

^ ^ ^ ^^^ ^^^ kwang ; a 
sparkling fountain, ^ ;^ 
yung Ueuen,*J§l6; the spark- 
ling of water, ^ kwang ; the 
sparkling of a gem, 3F^ been, 
E|£8lh,3^ylh. 

Sparrow. -^ tseo, 
kca pin, ^ "^ nia i9ii6, J^ 
^ tsabu keun, ^ ^ ma 
8«th,^^ wa tseo, [^ tseo, 

sjiarrow, f^m^^ *^"y» >b 
pth hoo, 5^ woo. 
Spaubow-hawk, ]^ yuen, 

yuen, 
Sparus, _^^ 
To spattkr, like rain,flff 

che IcTh ; to spatter wiib 

dirt, ^ 5M je" nS ; do. with 
water, ^S ^K ^'^^ sbwuy. 
Spavin, ^j\^ hwuy hwuy. 
Spawn, ^^ -^ yu tsze, ^^ 
yuch'hun Q^tOj^kwan, 
«, it fei. m kwan, || 
firh, 8^ Bhing, ^ yinff, ff 

knng kwan ; epaw-n of frogi, 

To SPEAK, ^ keang, fft 
■hw6, ^ yft, ^ yii, ^ 

^ tozd, 13 wei', ^ yen, j^ 
^keiiy^o, 1^ yu«, "1^ yug, 



gke,D55n"o..ll yu«, HE 
t'ban, jg taou, {];$ ^ ch'b&h 

hwa, p^ ^ beTh helh, 







'' S foo UeQ. 

ee. 








P;9g» ra e, 1^ ^ shS yto, 
np hwa ; to speak secretly, 
lH gaou ; to speak little, ^ 
^ sliahu yu ; to speak ill of 

speak asraiiist. ^g l;e ; to speak 
out, ^ ttj ^ keang ch'bnh 
lae ; to spt^ak honestly, |§] 
cinh ySn, |£^ chmg yen, 
^ keen gc") ; lo speak angrily or 
sharply, 1^ cli'ba, ^jg k'fien 
non, 11^ cha ; to siieak about, 
i^ 5 Idn kelh, % yang ; to 
speak plainly, ^ go ; do. pre- 
cipitately, J^^ "g* tseth yftn^ 
^ tsiih, ^ heih ; to speak 
respectfully, ^ jay, ^ "gf 
king yen ; to speak of one's in. 
tentions, f^ ^ sung ch^ ; to 
speak incolierently, ^g ^ 
taou taou ; to speak of good 
and ill fortune, ^ ^ ^ ya 
yaou seancr ; to speak incorrect- 

^^ W^l£ y^" P^- chfn^ 
Sf jfj^ t'ban t'heen, gf j|| 
t'ban Ian ; to speak to one's-self, 
@ f§ tsze yu ; to sitak of 
the right way, |^ Jg ch'bing 
taou; to speak in praise of 
one's-self, § f^ tsze ch'ing ; 
to speak for, g]p ping ; to speak 
directly to a person, |^{^^ 
tuy t'ba sbwd, ^ bing ; to 



BDMk with a pei'«on, ^ ^ 
^^yujln k«aou ySn; though I 
dMd Ire yet apeitkBth, JQ 
^Jt# S^ sayszoka 
ybi c)ie kin : ro speak undeci- 
dedly, ^ ^ t'lieen k& i to 
Bpeak in pamblee.^ fung ; to 
Bpeak rapidly, ^ ctiS ; to 
speak confusedly, ^g f^ lob 
moo, H^ g^ cba cliih ; to 

•peak of, ^■oy.SPy''' «^ 

•hj, f^ 8<V^ ahoo, 1$ od. A 
U'heang, !S ym, JS ''o. flft 
t>e«ne, ^ keih, g keS, ^ 
jah, |g 86, f ^ keth, ^ heujj, 
I liiuigi ^ helh, ^ chae, 
^ tatfuen, ^^ dik, 

C flow. |ii "t^Q, Jn 

t«lh, ^ lb, S 

chwang, ^ fung, 

So ^ t'heaou taott 

maAu alten, ||^ ^ 

«". Skas, fffw'h, ^»B 

maAu jjly;doubIe-poini«d epeeri 
Ig^ihwangkelhjHpeariand 
lancra aimulutneously arose, 

k'h^ ; Bpeara and shields, ^ 
^maAu tdn; a tliree-cornered 
•pear, 3^ k'h«w, ^ k-hSw ; a 
Uiree-sided apear, ^ ^ ^ 
tan klifi tnadu ; a wooden spear 
■^ ts'hfians: a apear 20 eublu 
^Si^^fu BwduiBspnr 




t2 SPE 

18 cubitt long, ^ s5 ; a ain- 
i ){le epear, ^ ^ ^ tan fcow 
iB^aag; double do. ff ^^ 
shwang kow tseang; ; a long 

spea, ^ he. ^ ^ chang 
laean^, ^ ^ chang mada i 
a dpear wiili three sharp aidea, 
^ yen ; a double apear, 3C 
jimg ; a kind of ipear, j^ uin ; 
' an iron spear, j^ alh. 
I Special. ^ fbrh, ^^ 
! I'hlh t'hrh j special order, jA 
I -^ I'blh chk ; apecial edict, Ux 
jH^l'hlhyd.Kcltk'bincbdS} 

special do. for tnfonnation, 

# ^ IS ^ t'bTh tsz^ t'ung 

che ; special intention, 1^ tt 

t'hTh & ; Hpecial regulaliooa, 
flbfiig t^n. 
SpBOIK^^i^ "^ ''^° 

yln tszX, ^r^J>e<n tMHa, 
SpF.crRs,^^ calling luy, 

'f#«.^lui>,||^li5y,fl|shi]h. 

^liing,' of the same species,^ 

3^ iring liiy ; the dog specie*, 
' 7^^^'^''^^*'^'* iiiy ;cat species, 
I ^ !^ madnshiih ,- collecting 
' logelhpr acrording to their ape- 

cies, ^MM ^ '"(y t«en ; 

difTerent species, ^^£ My; 

every species, ^ ^ cbftng 

chilag. 
To spKciFir, ^ — ^^ 

ehSh yih y«a mlng. 
6ritoiHeii, Sftsblh, ^ 3^ ' 

kib flhih, 3^ tt*hlh yii^ I 



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Ift ^ 7^^8 ^'^^* r ""F 1^ ^^^ ^^^ > ^ ipooulale 

SpBcious, "^ kan, ^ teen; after good luck , ^ ^ heaou 
spacioy but corrupt language, | hf ng ; a good speculation, )(^ 

)S Si i^^* s^ng t'hdw ; a 



sfaiement, 






specious 
keen kei, 



, ^^ ^^ , speculator after gain, j|^ ^ 

^ ^ y^n k'heabu ; specious , ;^ \ shay 14 che jin. 
talk,;^ ^ klieaim yfin, ^) | Spbculum,]||| ke, 0|kfng2 
Pl le k'hbw, ^ S /^ W . ^ speculum for collectincr the 
nzi whi che y£n ; a specious rays of the sun, ^ j^ kin 
woman, ^ j|$ nfng fo6 ; spe- suy. 

ckms flattery, f^^ 1^ ch^n i Spbbch, |$ hwa, §^ £| 
nfng, ^ peen, ||^ seaott ; ' shwS hwa, P {^k'hbw shwdt 
specious flatterer, ^ ^ ning ^ szd, J^ sz^, ^ ^ yftn y&> 
jln. ^ chow, g^hwa ; net speech» 

Sfbck, ^19$ pan te^n, mf^t:^^ keaner Idn che 
^ hea, ^ ^ teen hea. yen ; oration, ^ ^ k^ng 

Spbcklbd, i^ ^ p5 15, liin, ^ fifi^_kung Idn ; fair 
(||]^linpeen,J^le. speech, ^ If k'h<;aba y^n ; 

Spbctaclb, IrT ^ <1 ^ flowency of speech, ^fffiyf^ 
k'hb kttn che sz4; spectacles, I ^ y6n jo6 shwuy Ic^.w. 
jf^^yto k(ng ; do. made of j Spebchlbss, ^ yi, '^^ 

kfng ; do, of crystal, 4C ^ Bffi fi ya pa. 

VR ^ shwuy Uing y^n k{n^ ; Spbrd, jE l^eTh, f^ti'hwaj, 

do. for young and old,;^^ K ^^"' 5^3^81 '^^ '^^ ^$ 



RS ^ 1^^ nhahu y^n king 
Spectator,^ ^ kwan 

*hay, 1B^ J!i # pang keen 
chay. 

•^aDg,x7 m^^ ^ang, Q 
^ ^ tt kwae 6 che seang. 
To spbgulatb, tliink on, 
^ ^ sse s^ang, jjg ^ 
•eaf« indw, ^fj^ mih s^&ng; . 
to speculate after emolument, ' 



fa fa, 19 H hwuy h5, ff ^ 
hwiih hA, |§ hwuy ; to speed 
well, 1^ ^ hing wang. 

SpRBDiLT* o|[ ^ kerh stib, 
3^ ^ tseib siih. IE lIM le!h 
k'hth, ^ sfih, )|| in fei IseYh, 
ini 31 tseTh s&h, M ^^^^ ^ 
keaou, ^ P^; i^ speedily 

opened, p| Qj 199 '^^''^ ^ 

kea^. 

SPBIDT, i^ fJe£, tP^^^") 



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St^ keue ; epeedy answer, )j« 

^ ^ yf"g die sub. ; 

SpKEDWELL, (a herb) ^ 

Spell, ^^ ^ fo6 ch6w,Hj^ ' 
^ chow yii. I 

To SPELL, (acrorJinpto the I 
Cliinese mode) 2^ fan, ^ -^ { 
fan ts?t;. i3j "a* tseS yin ;8i)eU 

i«n?, ''^ Hi ^'^^ y"" ^ ^"- (^^' 

cording to the Tartars.) ^ iyl 
Icen tsze. 

Spencer, ^ san, "^ joo. 

To spend, ^ fei, ^ ^ 
fei yiing, ^ © slie fei ; to 
spend money, ^ ^§ fci tscen, 
31 ^ ^^^' ^^^^^ ' *^ «pend much 
money, ^ ^ ^ Ht ^^ fei 
tsze tsad : to spend extrava- 
gantly.^fg^hwafe(,iP^ 
Ian fci; money all spent, ^ 
kin tsi'n ; to spend a day, 
^ — 13 tod kwo yth 
jTh ; to 8|>end one's days, }jS[ 
^ kwd jili ; to spend one's 
life, S5^ too p^ng ; do. one's 
strength, ^ fj f**! leih. 

SpENDTHlllFTjy^'J* ling 

tszb. 

Sperm, f^ tsin^. 

Spermaceti, SSrB '^'''^S 
tsing. 

To spew, lit t'hob, ng Ot 
gbw t'hob. 

Sphere, 3^k'h^w, [g 3^ 
ytifto k'hSw, ill] yu^n ; celes* 



tial sphere, ^ 3^ t'heen 
k1i4w ; terrestrial do. ^3^ 
tc k'hew : to go out of one's 
sphere, 2§[ qq kwo p'hin ; ar- 
miliary sphere, ^5 ^ ^ 
hwan I'heen S. 

Spherical, [Jj ^ ^ ^^ 
yuen k'liew che lilng ; spheri- 
cal like the heavens, ^ ^ 
kwan iun. 

SPHEX, f^ 5^ kb lb, ^ 

J^ kin fung. 

SpicA viRoiNis,S Mke5 



sing. 



Spice, 7^ ^ heang leaou. 
55 Jr- yo leaou ; spicy, ^ 
1^ ^ yew yo k4i6, ^ ^ 
5jC yew k'he wef. 

Spider, ^j^ che choo, 
^ >£^ wancr kung, 4H{ j^ 



chue mow, J^ ^ tuh yu, 
iikeuenshuh, $| jr^ shuh 

YV' ^ y®^» m. 5a choo woo, 
Sffl !qt chii^ mow, '^ IS fsjse 
tsew, /^ ^ tsze tsew, % 







yu 




fs7.e fsew, ^^ chue mow, 
c^emow,!|^i||^chuh 
_ IS ^'^^ ^'^^o J ground 
spider, Jc 1^ ^a ^'^^^ ^'^® 
choo; field do. ^ ^ ^ 
tsabu ciie choo ; a grey kind 
of spider, jfeJI /^ y«"g hob ," 
small spider with long legs, 
^ ^ hfe tsze, ^ ^ keuen 

l^t ^ ^ seaou seaou ; largo 
do. y^ seaou. 



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SpiooT And faucet, jj^ ta 

i shwuy, ^^ifC f^ Bed shwuy 
k'he. 

Spike, tliorn, ^ chth, ^ 
J naiig t'how, ^ isze; 
wooden spikes, J^J J^ muli 
chun, :^ 1^ chun flidw ; 
iron spikes, ^ |l^ the^ chun ; 

tsang, ^ nang j spikes at llie 
bottom of shoes, to prevent the 
feet from slipping, ^ keiih. 
^l"y,^uy,^ keiih, J^ 
^ ^ ?$ ^ e t'hee wei 
chun Vhdw. 

Spikenard, "^ ^^ ^ 
kan Sling heangr ; do. wild, {ffl 
^ se sin, ^^ seth ming. 

To SPILL, pour out, ^l| 
tabu, jl^^lj k'hing tabu,^ 
sa. }^ p5. 

To SPIN, ^ ^ fanir eeen^ 
IHr^fangtselh.j^j^fan^ 
•ha, j^tseth. 1^ tsuiig, ^ 
pe, 1^ tselh, ^^ kwci ; to 8piii 
cotton and twist hemp, $^ jgF 
im ^ ^<^n- ^'^^ tseth ma ; to 
spin silk, |g tsuy ; to spin 
hemp or flax, ^ rse. 

SprxAGE, ^ ^ h'^-^n tsae, 

^ fl PO ling, 7^^^ 
tsa4 ; white spinage, ^^^ 
plh heen tsac; ; red do. j^ 
<fj5e he:.'n ; another kind, 

po lin^ t»ae ,* long- 



leaved spinage, ^g J|[ che 
heeu. 

Spinal affection, ^ keu, 

!w Wh ^^^ 'o^ i spinal mar- 
row, 5g IS t'hung te, 3^ ^ 
tselh suy. 

Spindle. 1^ ko, j^ tingi 
^ yi"gi ^ i^ to lo : a spin- 
die for winding silk, ^ yuen, 
^ hoo ; spindle-tree, ^ ^ 
^ hae tung hwa. 

Spine, fi leu, ]^ j)^ W6| 
^«^V| ^ IK wei te, ^ kew ; 
lower end of ihe spine, J^ 3^ 






kew tserh, g^ tseih. 

SpfMFEx, squarosus, -^ 
^ 3j 'a^u shob lelh. 

Spinning-wueel, j^ ]$ 
suy chay, ^ min, ^ j^ 
fang cbay. 

Spinner, j^ ^ J^ fang 
seen cliay. 

Spinster, ^ ^ ch'hoA 
tsze, ^ ;^ kwei nyu. 

Spiny, %^J|§{|yfew king 
telh, ^ ::1q ^' 6^ yew ko 
chin telb. 

Spin AL, 1^ ^ lun k'hwin, 
^ ^ pwan keuh ; spiral 
»hdi,!^!f||iipl6 8ze. 

Spiration, »^ ^ ;^ n^ 
^ ch'huen k'he che hoo kelh 

^^:^M ^00 he«> che 

k'he. 

SpfRE. i^ t'ha, ^ tseen, 
^^^^ ^een teUi shlh 





sn laos spi 

K. a •pfce of cora. |§ -j^^sf the Sf^m aad oMDoeft of ibe 
t^si.^y^? ag*?. S^^fimC Bhiog; the 

:|^ uvy jfib b«a. ifllng ; tpirii or courafe, J^ 

SpiaiT. fp chin. ^ mlb. j^ jan^ k'he ; apvil, or lite* 
S Bbin ling ^ hwM lineis, ^j^ Uing .hlo, ^ 
•bin ; Uie apirits of fKareo ^1^ u'n^ shwanf ; a broken 
and earth, ^ ^ ^ flP spirit, ^ Hi •t'an^ shin ; a 
i'beeo ti die aMo ; Si^rica of proud spirii, ||^ f||[ ^ JP^ 
bearen, ^ PP t'be?n ahin ; keu gac'O che k'he ; a wouod- 
apiriu of canh, j^ U^ i^ klie; ed spirit, iSi Kj^ abang tin; 
the apirita of the hills and eTerj daj out of apirils, ^ 
mere, Ul )l| j| Hfl aan B fSilk luei (ih muh sblo : 
ch'hoen kvai shin ; the spirit spirit, or breath, ^ k'he, jQ 
of one's mother, f^ ^ j/l^ fung, j^ ^ shin k'he ; rital 
mob die shin, j^ f^ seen afMrii, ^iS^^^^^l^t *bw 
ch'huy, "^ ^ koo ch'huy ; mal spiriU, ff ^ laing shin ; 
the apirit thai presidea over spirits excited, mWmWi 
dreams, ^ ^ fffi sben mdng taiag shin yuiig fa ; in good 
shin, IIl ^ * »W ; »pi«^"l spiriu, ^ ^ tsing shwaQ£. 
of a dead man, ]^ kwei. |g{J| Spirited, J^ yaof» 
^1^ yew hwan ; apirita in ge. noo ; a spirited horse, 
neral, j^|^l kwci shm ; good heaou, ^ gaou, ^ bew^ 
apirita, |E 9^ ching shin ; j^ Iftng mel. 
bad spirits, 9P H* s^ay shin ; < SpiniTLias, jKc ^ttlS 
spirits and hobgoblins, 0fH , shth hwin pih maou, ^ IR 
mang leang, |f|l ^shm kwae; ^ ^ chuy tlidw aang k'hj. 
the human spirit, ^ ^ |^ Spiritual, j|[|rmea6u, §|^ 




H Ua« jin kwei shin, ^ |4i . shin, Jft B «^hin ling; ]^ 
jIn shin ; the spirit of the ani- j chin, S ling, B 1^ '^"iT >hln« 
mal body, fi&pih ; spirit and ^S ^J'^K *^°«» H ^n« J 
^^^P^'i JR ^ ^""^S i^'b^i A spiritual nature, J^^^ chin 
fl|fungtsing,^k'be;aliicra. sing; apiritual light, Sj^ 
ry spirit prevalent, 3t JR i£ , l^g kwang ; spiritual, or in«. 
M^ wan fang shin ahing ; de- corporeal, ^^ wod hing. 
msanour, J^ ^ fuog kibj , spiritual influence. ^^ ling 



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k'h^ ; a spiritual personage, 

^ yV ^^^^ i^" * ^ spiritual 
aubataocd, ^ ^ shtn wuh. 

Spirituous liquor, |jl^ ]|^ 
8 baou tsew, ^ ^ tsiog pih. 

To SPIRT our, ff^ ch'ba, 
0^ p'hun ; to spirt out anger. 

tl{^ lis ^^^ "^* *^^ Spurt 
To SPIT, 0[gow, 5£ tow, 

tfc P jf^ ^''^^ k'hbw shway, 
^ (7 4C ^'>^<> l^'h^^ shwny; 
to spit out, Itt iii t'hob ch'ub, 



HE P'helh, BH; p'heth, 1^ t'ho, i j^ ^ yfi mob, % _ 
Blp t'how ; to spit in one's ! y^w lean tc ping; vulgarly call 
face, ^ ® t'ho nie^n ; to | ed, J^:% ^sangk'hwaetszi. 
spit blood, »t M t'hob heue ; | Splkndid, ^ ^ kwang 
to spit upon one,^ A t'hojln. j \fiing, ^ ^ hwuy kwang, 
Spit for ronslinor^ ^ ch'an, ; J^ ^ kwang ya6u, ^ij lc5, 

^ peth, ^ 541Si!^ »^^^" 1^ M !^y? »"h, ^ 93 <^»^'^"8 



kth. m ts«cn, JK; J5k kelh 
sbwuy, ^ ^ ^ shway 
lee fc'bed ; the splashing of 
waves, •]/{, ^^ fin Uee, 7^ 
ts6, VJ6 tsa, ^ ^ pang pe ; 
the splashing of anything in 
the water, ^ tuna:. 

Splay foot, ^ p6, J^ :^ 
tsfih ta. 

Sflebn, flf p^, BI leen ; 
an induration of the spleen, 
"^pooloo,fU^chinkea, 






sang t'hb miih !^ ^ §§ fa" ming, B^ ^ mlng kWang, 
j&hk'he. 03^cha6u mine, ^ chS, 

Spite, j^ hing, ^ han, ^ chili, H|[ ch5, j^ ^^ ch5 
It chMiuy, m l^^, # ^' I cho, ^ sew, ^ ya6u, ^ 3fc 
tuh sin, ^ ,^ maS yuen ; to ygng kwang, ^ ^ kwang 
mumble spite and chew vexa- \ ts'hae, f^ ^ kcung jgn, flg 

jod ban ; a spiteful look, |gg gitC ; ts'han, 4P 'iwuy, |^ ^f baou 
ya« teze. I hao, ^ ^ teen teen, j^ 

Spitting pot, 1^ @ t'ho | p^an, ^ hwan, ^ ts'han, 
hod. 

SpiTTLB,f^ m», ^ « « — . .^ 

^ seftn, ^ I'ho, ^ ylli, ^ i§ hwkng, ^^ te-an mtnirl 
yen, P 7)C k'hbw shwuy, P ^ 3^ tselh kwang, ^ ^ 
^ k'hbw yth ; white spittle, • yflng hwa, 5^ foo, ^ ^ 
§1 ^ ^ plh mS tBS^. kwang tsai, g(, ^ fnng tsae, 

TogpLAsH, ^ yanj. ^ ||l^ ; .plendid and glorious, 



f! k'heu, ^ yang, ^ chow, 
^ ch5 ch5, ||!^ hwang. 



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ft Ig h*-h heoeo. 1!^ :.e. JS - b:h ffth«: 51" M Pb^ 
heoeo, ^ |l| hwa mt., ^ K'hae ; to tpUt open, fl] g| 

j^ bwans hwing , iplendid ^iwa k*hae.^ hvi, ^hwny, 

▼frtoe, fffiSfa^y ^-»» i 'pi«- ^ ^^ i^ J^, ^ "^ SS P 

did talenu. ^ :4* mow uae, 1« k hi*. ^ szc, gf cho, jj^ 
5S :^yinff tsae; tplcadidly low, ^R P'*^^^ ffif *^*««; to 
displayed, 1^ ^ chang choS: split ^read.) ^ hlh, ^ chib, 
•plendid clothing, ^ ^ ^ M '-^'"^^ S hwuj, :S Id ; 
^ ts'ao ts an e fdh : a splen- to >plit as the ground, j||^ ^ 
did maasion, ^ ^ h^a« fll ^^.''l^i t^'hih : to split wood, 
hwac. ^"^ic? Vf^ ^bih, ^ uin ; to split 

Splbsdocr, :% kwaog, wood accordiag to the grain, 
|£ ^ wei Bhe, ^ bwuy, -^ ^ to ^ to split boards Ig Ob, 
*»*"°gi^ «^^"S: ^ W kwan? |f{j hcu^. ^ le, ^ chlh ; split 
™^"gi ^ ^ y"°S '^^^ ^ straw, ^ kea : to aplit rocka, 
^faleans.ffilT^s^nleaDg, ^jUh, M |^ pwan leg; lo 
^ sh5, ^ wei, ^ j^ yune split bamboos, ^ ts^ang, §| 
kwang, R 3fe be kwang, ^ ft le« chah ; to split in pieces, 
y€ ; the splendotir of the liea- Sf ^ ^ P^^b tsiiy t*hdw ; 
vens, -^^ haou; do. of the sua, to split through ripeness, ^ 
^ been ; extraordinary splen- setb. 
dour, ^ ^ shin been ; great TospoiLj fM b^": PI 
splendour. ^ ^ hlh ylh, ^ Idnghwae, §^ she, ^ 
liwuy, j^ ^ kwang bwuy. : sun hwac, BJ^ uan, ^ 
J^ hwuy ; splendour of the yen pas, Jj ^ pae hwae, _^ 
•un, ^ yaou, S l^iib. ^ bwuy hwae, jj^ gJC '^^'^ 

SpLiNTfiB, ^ pang, )r pae, ^ fun, 5^ haou, ^ H 
p'beeo, ^ leaou, )^ pan. , p'ho hwae, ^ ^ bwuy 

To SPLIT, ^ peib, }« ^ j hwaa ; a rat's head, or timidity, 
pelh seTh^^l) p5, ^J 7^ po will spoil the business, ^1^ 
««^h, j^ iSe tshlh le^, §)] te, : j|[ ^ sho6 t'hdw fhu sxe ; 
^I ''"^* ^ l^c^h, ^] bwB, to spoil a good essay by cor- 
^ [5|«|ea kelh, fpf ho, il rection, ^ M S( 1^ ki>w 
ch'be, ^ hw5, ^ij lee, 1@ ^ ; wei shtlh teaou 
hga l<ig, ^ ^ k'hung h€a, Spoiled, ^ ?^ ^ Wk 
i|hd; Ifflc, fljlelli, :^ «fmhwa«,^^,».. j^ thing. 



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g*i M ^■Sang, Ift an, J9^ "hA, ^ chin, ^ he, fci p«, 

mei ikn ; apoiled meat, ^ ^ she, ^ yth, « tt teaou 

pa£ jSh ; a spoiled child, kaog ; tea do. ^ ^ ch'b& 

^ hwai Ucb, 1^ ^ i shd ; «oup do. ^ ^ t'bang 

fob lin ; spoiled rice, ^ me, , Bh6, ^ ch5. 



Spoonful of water, 
TfC ylh ch6 shwuy. 
^ To SPORT, 1^ he, H hS«, 
1^ kwao, B[ J|^ fung saou, 
be liing, |^ he, 




|g paa ; a •PO«cd gem, ^ 
«ah ; spoUed silk, J^^ keen 
Ce ; spoiled flour, ^ iseang, 

To SPOIL, in war, ^ ^J 



ti k'heg. ^ ^ k'hee led, j wan, ^ sha^ lilh g0^ |^ 
1^ ^ ts'hgang k'heii ; spoils ^ kwei heae, jg he, jglf leaou, 
io war, ff ilj ;^ 5^ ti | )f kwan ; to frisk.gt k'he. ^ 
k'heS che wuh ; booty, ^ hwan, M k'liih, ^ |^ h6 
tsang. , k'hih, j^ yaou ; sporting 

Spomba tuberosa, ^ ^ , fishes, ^ shan, jj|j([ p'he, |^ 



the fishes sport in the pools, 

.^ I® T ^ ya y» yft 

yuen. 

Spot, ^ tsze, |5$ tS^n ; a 
black spot, ^^-^ hUi tszi, ^ 
"^ yen tsz^, f^ che ; spots of 
different colours, ^3^ tseS 
pan : spot (on the human 

body), j^ che, 3C ^"^ i ^'^^ 
spots on a leopard, |))^ chae ; 
to break out in spots, ^ J§ 
sangch^, J^ teen. 

Spotless, j^ S shAn 




^ k'heen ndw tsz^. 

Spono^, :^ 1^ shwuy 
meSn, ^ j^ hae jung. 

Spores of a wheel, 
fah,^tseu,lg|kou,|^ Xp 

muhchechechay; the spokes of 
\he wheel were 30, in confor- 
mity with the sun and moon, 

Ifin fuh san sbTh, h seang jth 
yug. 

Spontaneous, ^ ^ (sz^ 
j^.n ; spontaneous growth, ^ , , ,-,^ 

^ tsze sang, :iz ^ t*hob sih ; a spotless animal, ^ 
sang ; spontaneous rice, ^ tseuen ; perfect and spotless, 
leu, 1^ leu, 3@i ne, f§ ^ leu j ^ ;^ g tseucn shun sth ; 
■ang. wifhout spot, ^ 3^ wod hea, 

Spoon, ^ B»^6,Jg «f;S, ^ , |i jEg wod Uze, |S§ ^ ^ 
t*heaou kang, §g j|k kaug wo6 he^n jdn. 




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2f =.;.: :•:.. ^ ^^ f>: ^^oi : «o 

»^- tS^ V » -^5 f-rtid oat 

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pb-Jb f=f ^ IE -SI ?=- 
ebrnr. & j§ ISl **^- '•^"• 





S?K«T, ^^S 5«»ba Ti 



to send a crai ^^ ca^Ci a n?r- 

""?. M ^ 31 £ p — -^ 

chaea ja jah. 
To spRAVT.. ffiP rin. g| 

ke6 iiUtg poo. 

Sprat- of i!»» «ea j-*"h'jne. 

^ "jJ^ @R "i^ •'»■• s'"f ^y '^"? 

y-"?. i^ i^ iH ?B »»"'»s 

bunj meili nn^ih. 

To SPRKAD OCT. j|£ sh*. 

1§^ Jg dhe chio, # shin. ^ 
fgkW Chang, ItT yen, ^ 
tboo ^ Vang, ^ «liin. ^ 
bin. in ^ij 16 l^^.|[f|^]Ju 
chin. f.^f iin.^ f hanj p|g:no. 
Jtt le, ^ aelhj^ thiiy, ^ 
^hechm. j@ ^t^ teen teen, 
cbaog, j^ PI chen k'hoe. 



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:oia.r-£ zi-o - id tprsad oni a 

irr ^T■' : li »rYeaJ oat a mat, 
^ pco «■*» . _fo sprmd a- 

«¥ bvT ho: to tfvead 
f fisK. ^ ^ Tan; m'n; : 
fT «r-*'*ad ^. rerwn abroad, ^g 
^ i?^ ^ cb:LXi£ TinsT ^ 
wa* ; »o srrf-^-! abroad _H. 
>:'j-?n. 5^ r^^. ^ p"*. ^ ffi 
rV-^n? f^«>"^. "S^ vi Van pa5 ^^ 



ts'iJOn 




^t^ P^ yinj. ft 

5^^ chang ch:n. § Pin, 
to fpr^ad af<toad one's fame, 

to «'Tfad abroad in»«*lli^nce, 

^ ^ yn? v^ngr. ^ 5 chuea 

sliing, f^ 1^ chucn wan : to 

spread everywhere, j}^ fjT 
pan hln^ ; spreading every- 

where without confusioa, Q 



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.^m^ffO^W '^e la flrh pilh i ^ yuto ; origin, J^ 7^5 yuftn 
p'b6; to spread through the | piin; spring water/^^fC h\v5 
four seas, Wi^^M ^^^\ •*»wuy, 3E ^ yuh yih ; a 
y& ss£ hae ; to sprend open, ' clear spring, ^ ^ yiin^ 
^ P'h6 Jg tf ng. jt ii .a 

k'hae, |^ boo, ^ cha ; to , -, ^ ^.. ...^ 

spread one's eye-brows, ||f ' side of a hill, ^ kwei, ^ ^ 
^ yang met ; to spread a la- | kwel tueuSn ; a spring oozing 
bic, ^p ^ paa cli6, f^ ^ , out, ^^ ^ yah tseuSn ; a 
»h« s^fh ; to spread a carpet, spring at the Toot of a hill, ^ 

ck'hunfT. 



tseudn ; hot spring, ^ ^ 
wan tseugn ; a spring on the 



SpniNo. in machinery. 





^ fgpoo chen; to spread a net 

for beasts, ^ pe, ^ k'hcang^ _., . 

i|-??i'^ ailshekohya taou, | ke, ^ SS »<e kwan, ^ 
JjR keang ; to spread a net |j^ • ke le, ^ ^ ke peV'n, 3^ ^^ 
l^she mang, ^ ^ she kob, I '*"^" ke . spring of a wntdT, 
gg^kenn-.tospreadasoilon f)a. !^ i^ fa tea6u ; sprinsrs 
P®^ ^ ^ ^ shth k'hao laA; | «f nnture, ^ ^ fod twam 

^ HI t'heen ke ; the springs 
of action, j^ k^ ; all the 
springs of action, ^ j|^ 
wan ke ; to observe do. and 
act, ^ ^ ifnf i\z kc^n ki flrh 
ts5 ; he who knows how to do po, 
is inscrutably wise^ ^ 3^ ^ 
Ifl^che kb k6 shin ; subtile and 
incipif*nt springs of action, ^ 
^'^ ^ ^[i kb wel mtng chaou, 
ftki. 

Spring of the year, ^ 
ch'hun ; spring term, ^ ^ 
ch*hun fun ; spring season , ^^ 
^ ch'hun k'b^, S^heuen,^ 
so, ^ tuug, ^ ^ tsing 
yang; spriog day, ^ |3 ^h'un 
jth ; spriog and autumn, ^ 
jliC ffi lein, ife j^shQhk'he, 



to spread out in streams, ^^^ 

S kwan choo, 2K*P''^^^ >* •<> 
spr«;ad as a creeper, jft luy, 

?9i y^"! ^ ^ man y^n : 
to spread one's sail, ^ 1^ 
yang fan ; to spread wide, ^ 
pj kwang yen ; may Heaven 
8f>read itn protection over you, 
5C ^ ift" '"'Jeen pe iob ; to 
spread a curtain, ^ ^ chang 
we^ ; the spreading of a plague, 
^ E ^ It y«> k'ht iSw 



hing. 



Sprig, ^ ^ che tsze. 
SpaioHTLv, j[§ keuen, ^ 

3(M P^*^ keuen. 

Spring, JJC ^ shwuy 
tseu^n, J^ tseuin, ^j^ yu6n, 
JK } ^^'^ ^s^^i^y Ih yu&nt 




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t£.4u:TU gshi.chT>t ^ B U me. 

T* iFftiA^ 5ar:k. J^ fi To sf e^tt, ^ ^ mln^ 

i:- m w^'ja ^ fa. \o ix^ vij : lo spcoai a^in. I^ ^ 

itp » 0"« jriii ^ ^ c-ax »5« f ia^. ^ riy. '^ meaou, 

t» «pn3£ & ieu. S S ^ Si °-^ '^^ ^ !? ^^i> T^ 
k'W: to*pr.j£or r-oi. i« '^«j Sparc k. j^ ^ baba 

leap. ^ IS tl»»x: to : z^ ^ Q^ yev i«>ea le^i. 

s-fic^ vo a L>XK. 1^ B| r «eo S?rM£. $1^ "^ ni5 ismL 

ink: to ?:ciii^ hick ^ch^rcL To spryoE. oa others for 

peeo : to Triaj c?l ^ iw2. gj |^ le Lo^. ^ le, ^ 

J- i fe :i k*hc : f fc ^r- P »^ k now. f^ 5ft kTii 

> l.i Tlh ; si<lnp3g fxih hoo klie klK>« ra sii fan; ; 
^^iTan: tfaetpdogiog of a to «pun^ from books. ^^ 
bow. pi£ fuQ. pei wan. 

To 3PKI3CKLE. tQ sha* ^ SptxGT. ^ |5 fwig tsoy. 
cLun, ;.n ts^«. JS «^ VKL i8 To SPCK, ^ £ kow keii> 
tan «ba*. ^ fob. |l| ^ hwuy f!li^^ taxe mi keu: to spur 
shae. ^ bwuT. ^ keaon. ^ a hors<.^ ^] ^ ttxe mi : to 
|i5. y{; i*?:h, ^Ji sin : to sprin. ur^ fg| ^ is-hay pc.b. || 
klf an d sweep. jR^ ^ »hae w>u , ^p'h pt^h.^'^ Itb pdi. 

taoa ; to sprinkle the face, p^ ^ke ken : the spur of tbe mo- 

mei: sprinkle it witb wai^r. and oKnt, ^ ^ lioj sbe, -^ ^ 

make it raoisi, ^ ^ ^ ^ yi sbe- 

keaou, Uog ran islb. SpciGE. muk weed, "^ ^ 

Sprite, j^ che^^ cbe. kan sijy. @S7 ^oh sfij 

Jj"' 3R fli 7^ k««ou. ^ Spcaiora, |g{ ^ kei 
Wl "^^"^ *^* ir 7"? • ^<> cLwing : a spurious nrtaa, 
belonging to the ground. J^ ]i( ^ leeo jin : a apimooa 

!*"?• ^ nif y^^*' ^^"1? ^ i><>ok fi$ ^ wei sboo ; do. 
SFfiies and ^: res m^gjl Wang tales, g ^^B^oMtsaou tei||. 




SPY 



m3 



SQU 



To SPVBN,^ 1^ k'he foo. 

k'hing man, yf {^wob mao ; 
to spurn the laws/|S ^ £ 
j^ k'hini^ bwfih wang &, f^ 
i^ i£ )l6 meaou she fa kh 

To spuKT OUT, ^ p'hun, 
*^ ;;jC p'hun shwuy, lyi sua, 
^ p'huo, n^ ch'ha ; do. wa* 
ter, ^8un, ^ han, l|| 
^^^^1 IdC P'hun, ;^ seuen. 

To 8PUTTSR| or speak an- 
grily, IF£ch'ha,ff^^ch'hn 
noo, ffS 1$ cli'ha than, P^ 
cha, ^ kelh, 5^ p'hun, »^ 
cbg. 

To SPY, Ift chcn, ^ chen, 
ffichen, IR^heimg, || |3 
kwei heung, ^ ^ fang sze | 
^igtant'h{ng,|gJ8lJkwei' 
tsTh, B|| kan, ^ J[^ kwei 
keen, ^^ kwei t'han, ^ 
kwci,^ kwei, BJl sze, fl" 
^ ta t'han, f\ ^^ tsze fan, 
^shing, M tteu, ^ t'han, 
^ she, 1^ ^ tsfing tseii, . 
Iseaou t'han, B^ tsfing, 

|| tsze heu,|J^ $^ chen : 

l^"n, ^iH^e. iSI ft ^'^^" ' 

the border, g^ ^ Iseu peen; 
he spied when Confucius was 

from home, I® ^L ^ ^^ "fc 
kan klmng iBzh chc wang ; 
Confucius spied when he was 
fToin home, ^ 






{j^k'bung tszithi kg w&ng 
yay. 

ySwcbing, j^ f^s6t85| 

h^n, 1^ X •^n kung, H 
A »cen Jin, ^ ^ tseaou 
t'han. ^ ts'bed, li S 
been mSh, |gl ||[ hccn 
seen, 5$ ^ keen 8J, Yfi 1^ 
ch'hth too, H -^ kwei 

sze, i^ sbS, ^ ^'''*«^> ^ 
sze, t:^ Iji^j chunvf heung, 

Mgcbingld, g h^,|| 

tseaon t'han teth, ^ .^ t'han 
ma; a spy in trade, ^ j^ 
ya sang 

SdAB 

seabu cbwang 
scabu pob ka^. 

To sauABBLR, @K?T g^w 
ta, 5^' ^ ^ Ijl tsaou na6u 
ta kea, ^ Jig ttang tow, ^ 
^ Uang king; to lilieate. ^ 

fi& tsang sung, tS^^^ 
kwan sze. 

SauABBLE, ^ 8L ^ ? 
hwan Iwan che sze. 

SauADRON of horse, — ]^ 
K M y^h pew jIn ma, — © 
^ »^ y^h k'he ping ma ; a 
equadron of sh]|>d. ^ !|V 
chwan pang, — ' ^ ^ y!h 
pang ch wan. 



I, or couch, >jp 
hwang, >1> Ib 




M 




wn 



IfU SQL' 

13 h-iiic S S ^ H !>««^ ;!t Sfcnghwae, Jg 

SQUALL, -^ B[ BL T^ To earARF, 9& keu. 
cKVi fgnr. ?fcr : -.3 €3«Jir* accounis. 0^^ 

Tc»=m,'.all, J^ 5El feci''" Tar;ji<'h. 
h=-ri: do. its aT irif.iiil i^ S^.±?:! ^ Ifl i£ *ung 
tfe wa wv 5^ ^ k*ii:ii rBTi *^o;.. ^^ kOD is^ang. 
k'jj ;ri. ^ ^ e ti. To s^vasH. E ^ yi 

SciC ALL'S, or d*>g fisb. fg^ iiva«. 
kc-aou. To sacAT. J^ isun, j^ 

To «arASDER, ^^^^ hwa tfun e: to sq'iai down, 
■»»i^ JS *'aou fer :fE ^ ISO. Hf k'o5, gQ Chang, 
hja fci\ ^ ^ wing fci, ^ii Sc^'^'*° ^*n. St ^™^ 
S ^ & ling fci wo5 to^ I kcu, f^ kelh ; to ^quai do 
to squander a patrimony, ^.oa the heel, f§ jJl^ ked 
^ I'baii? 9an : to squander chwan^ : eqiiat face. ^Iiw5| 
money. ^ ^ k'liioir taa;^- ■ ^ ^ iwin meen. 
^ ^ siiaiig isa^ ^ ^ SacEAKiNGofa pi?, ^^ 
tan ifla^ j she sliing. ^ fljf^ choo ming. 

Sat'ARR. >7^fang, Q "^ i SgcKAMisH. iBt S^chung 
»xc fan;% ^ 8ze k^, ^ vung. j^ ^ yaii^ yaiig, ^i 
* kwang fang, jg ching | ^^ •<> "b, if^ 3^ Gn so, ^ 
^» '"Jh ; square and round, fit yfih I'hoo. 
7] lH fang yucn ; a square ; To sarrRZF. ^ — ' ™ 
baskri. g^ fci ; a square cap. ' va yih ya, ^S Islli ; lo equecase 
>7 rfl f.iiig kin : d«i. eyes: f^ money out of people, j^ ^ 
^* y'jii faiij.', 1^ -^ 5^ lung j kco tsed ; to squees^e out the 
ts/.^ fang; a square boat, jnice of any thing. ^ peTh. 
gf^ Ittin/ : a sipi are piece of j SauiLLs, sea onion^ y^ ^^ 
ijniber, 'Ij^ lang, ^ ling, |@ ta swan. 
§[1 p'hcen poi. j To sauiNT, |^e, ^meen, 

SauARK, or rule, ^ kTh; D^ cliib, |>^ ^ keaou maou, 
iquare liole. 8gy:,n : a carpen- ^ lae, ll| helh, ^ k'hwae 




ter's square,^ keu,§||g-y in ^ meTh, g^ bean?, Bf mae, 
kw5 i square ou a chesU ^ ]^ neiy sh^ K W^ P« •• 



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^TA 




^ keaou ; squinting eyes, 8g \ ^ij tsze, ^ij kt, ^J sha, 
-^ yin may, 8^|J 3^ seay ! juen,^Jpheaou, ^] tsaii. 
yen, ^ 18ZC, §*|- chow, ^ I Stablk, § ko6, ^ |^ 
■^ woe sh^ ij^kcue, ]^ m6, ; keen k<>6, ^ @ laou ko.», 



mee. 



Juy, §|§ keu, ^ 

SauiR£. ^ ^ heang shin. 

Squirrel, ij^ J^ sfing 
Biiob, jl& M fah shoo, an Wi 
hwuy shoo, ^ J^sungshob ; 
flying do. ^ ^ woo shoo, 
§^)& woo shoo, BC F^ ^ 
ydw, ^ ^ ^ fci sang ^^^^j 



j^ ling, jp. cho, JS k'hcang 
1% tsang ; firm, ^ ^ wnn 

^<^& H^ 3S kob keang, || 
^ keen laou, W iffc keeu 
chwang, g^ ^ t'hb laog. 
Stable, ^ >g| uia chan^ 

^^^) Jq ]Si '^ ^^^> i 
- . -,„ ma lelh, J^ I'heih, , 

^ SS y^ sang, ftm y^ I uaou, ^ ^ ma fang, g ^ 

^; fi^ M, '"y ^'^^^^ ^ WL ' k«u6n fang, |g ^ ma keuen i 






wan 



urh shoo, ^ woo ; field squir- ! stable boy, gg yu 

'«li H.^*^' i^ ^*^""g' ^1 Stack of corn, @iyu, ^ 
keung, |S she ; spotted squir- J|^ |i5 tuy. 

rel, ^ 1^ ting shob, ^ Staff, ^ 1^ kwafe cliang, 

hwan, ^ tseb, ^ tsan; a i:^ kwae,;^ kwafe,jp[ kwan, 

kind of sqairrel, from the hair j ^ pang, ^ kan.xji keung, 

of which pencils are made, M ^ pb, ^ p'hb, ^ yansr. ^ 

tsun ; squirrel's skin, y^ ^ i'bing, ;^ chliang, j^ ^ 

^]^]]^ta plh hwuy shob kwantsze; a staff for an old 

p'h8. ; man, J^ :^ ^^ j^ fob laou 

To SQUIRT, 1^ HJ p'htm che ch'hang, ^ ^ ^"'^" 
ch'hiih. shdw tang. 

To STAB, ^ U'han, $1] 1 Stag, ^ liih, ^ kea, 

^s>^> Jil! ^he, ig^hin, ^ ke, ^ ]^ kung luh, ^ ;^ 
chin, Hlj chung, ^j chung, ^ iCihchemow ; do. shedding 
^l] kea, ^ p6, |^ch5, ^ , its horns, ]||| kea; a large 
new, ^^ tung, ^ f^ Uung | slag. S king ; a stag;bounding 
«'*5, ^ ^ u'han keb, ^ along, ^ t4og ; stag-like, ^ 
ch'haou, ^ chih, ^ pelh, ^ clia ; stag's horn, used as a me- 
^'hen, ^] shih, ^i sih, fl] dicine, ffi ^]iih jung ; slag 
chaou, fy le,^tee, St chb, onions, ^ ^ e nan ; stag's 
M l>e»h. 'gf heabu, ^ tKZ^, tendons, ^ M luh kin. 

Fff 




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Stage, (of ajounicy.) 
i^ yihchan,^ suli, ^ i^ 
ma chan , — * ^ yili shay ; 
a stage for standing on. ^ 
p'hang ; a atage for play- 
acting, 1^ ^ he tae, ^ :!§ 
he ch'hang j stage plays, ^j^ 

I] he k'hih ; 8cage-plav«»r. ;Ki 
_'^^pAnhete!h.ng'^gl^ 
ch'hanir he telh, ^^ j^ p(u, 
yew, f^fg* yew ling, ]|J ^ 
he tsze. 

Stagnant. }J^ n^., ^ 
woo : stagnant water, ^^ jfjff 

^^TKi*"'^ lew che shwnv. ^ 
P^ sze shwiiy. Jj^ lun. y^ ;A)^ 
tins shwuy, j|i] wei, }J^ wnng, 
{fife chilli. '}fi kang, -^ wang, 
y^ chtih, Jl^ woo, ^j;|: wancr, 
luting, ^3^ wang, '^| rhow; 
stagnant water and mud, 7^ 
n^'S; a stagnant mind, ^^ ^^ 
pan die. 

To STAGGEtt, IE ^ ^ 

Icih ptih wan. 

Stagnation, of blood in 
the feet, 1^ '-J^ keo ma : stacf- 
nation of trade, ^Pjjjyf^^jj^ 
ho wuh piih seaon. 

Tostagnatk, J[£ ^ ch**- 
choo, ^ 1^ puh lew, j'j^ -j^ 
die dioo, ^*^ v^ ting chc. 

Stain, dirt, ^ k'-w, ;]|[| 
f^ r]\n) woo, J|^ ^ teen 



V'OO, 




ilea. 




|»aii Icon. 



To STAIN, i^tsae, ^J^ 



! .ieri WOO, i^ mei, Jf w __ 
^jf?n woo. ^na; to stain 
with vice, ^ ^ i " ffo. 
Staini:d, ^ s||lan teen 
Stairs, J*^ k^-ae ; stone 
stairs, ^ f^ Ij^ sliTh keae 
keih ; pan oi stairs, \^^J^j low 
t'hc, i$] teih, J^ ig innu 
tacu ; golden stairs, ^ pfi 
kin sze ; do. in the middle of 
a house, Ijif^ ts'hiinor | stairs 
at a landing-place, ^ ^ ma 
t'h6w. 

Stakk, to fasten cattle to, 

ko, ^ oh wnng, ^ chih, ^ 
choo ; stakes driven into water 
to prevent invasion by boats, 
is w V'^-^^ keaou ; a slake 
driven into thf (rround, :^ 
k-hcur',;^knng ^ kelh ; a 
stake to indicate wiicre a per- 
son has been buried, 3^ ko«\ 

Stalactites, ^ j^ ^l 
shth dinngjob, ^ ^j{| L-aou 
neaon,^3g|^ shih chuy 
meabu. 

Stale, ^ diin, ^ koo ; 
old, -^ k'h.'iw : stale pro- 
visions, ^>^ ^ chin leang 
shih ; stale rice, |!^/JV chin me. 

Stalk, of grain, ^^ :g^ hd 
ka»g, f^ che, ^ jan?, ^f 
kan, ^$kaou,f^ yili, ^ kec, 
^^ han^f^kwuh, ^ keuen ; 
the stalk of a plant ia called 



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hang.^^^ ^ ts'habu 
kan yuo hanir : tl»c stalk o^ 
fruit, ^ fe, H '"^ kb te, I 
^ i|^ ko tae ; the etalk of a ; 
plant, tfl'foo, ^ choo, g 
kang, ^ hang, ^^ kang, fjc 
mei ; the stalk of padHy. ^^ 
kung, i[|g ^M t'iiaon kan : ihf\ 
stalk of millet, f^ tsow, ^ 
^^ seih jan<» ; the stalk of| 
grass, ^ ^ ta'haou hiinL' : I 
the stalk of puUc, ^k'he, SL 
3^ tow hang. 

Stall, or booth, ^ t'han, 
^ tsz'^ JISr t'hcTh ; a stall for 
oxen, ^r* ^ "<iW keuAn*: a 
stnll (for breeding horses.) ^^ 
§S ma been : a stall in n mar- 
ket-[)lace. ^ ^ fung leaou. 
^ shay ; a stall fo^ vegetables. 
^ Hf tfl'hae t'han ; do. for 
fniii, "^^ kb t'han, J^ teen, 

^ ch'hen. 

Stallion, 1^ chth, |^ foo, 
!rap t'hih, Jul ^ mow ma. 

S TAMKN. of a flower, f^f^ 
hwa seu, ^^ pang p6, ^ 
j^hwa j'ly ; stam^^ns of the 
neltimbium, ^^^USnseu. 

To STAMM1 R. BE t6, WQ^ 

^ to ta^ q§ ^ iF yu puh 

ching, W ^ ^ '^^ y*^^" y^^i 

ki>Th keih, p D£; k'hbw keth. 
W^ l5- keth she, ^ ke, ^f ; 
heu : a stammcrimr utterance, j 
HW M "0 tun, IJ^ Chen, ^ 






jm, ;gi keen, ^ keen, B^ 
keih ; he stammers, ^ ^ fj 
1^ weijin k'hbw keih j stam- 

"»*•""?» ]^'l^ "»a hea, 
^ k^a ken. gS^ keih, |^ f 
k,:« kcuhji^lg Chen na, g|^ 
niih, P p|^ k'hbw nuh. 

To STAMP, S§ta,|g ta, 
jjri t'haoii. J^l^ rhiih. ftfichuen, 
I^ cha'U, 2^ chft, S^ Iny : to 
^tamp Willi 'the foot, if^ j^ 
t'heetsnh g|^l'ho ]^^ ie^ 
tsnh, K§ chth, i|| J^ tiin 
tsnh ; to stamp the foot on (he 
uround when singing, ^ ^J[ 
t1ia ko ; to stamp the heel on 
the ground. J^^ ohuen tsuh; 
to stamp on the ground with 
force, f^ m wa yay. ^ jg| 
ch'hth tpnh : to stamp with a 
signet. U E}1 tPi yfn ; to stamp 
to pieces, 1^ ^ tiiy hwa^ J 
the noise of stamping, f^ ^ 
ping pinir: to stamp with 
the feet, ^ J^ mnn tsuh; 
stamping for grief, ]^ ^ pi 
yung. 

Stamp, £\l yfn, § |j? si 
tsee ; a stamp on goods, ^g 
haou, ^p H^ tPze haou ; 
stamp duty, f^ ^ shwiiy 
k'he ; a stamped bond, ^^ 
yfn k'he. 



Stamper, q|g teTh. 
Stanch, firm, ^ ffl wan 
j£ ke ke ; to scanch 



sta 



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• : - " :?i'-»jO-JI^ »c»u ::« iaee. ss n^ir?r. ,^ ^ 





:* -^ •« .£ T4.J? .^ 1. 3j^ tu fc-a '•- sane !ookiact> 

z -1^ »'^- ^ H ^' i.=sanci ^i W-^ !e:' : 

*--^ 2^ ^ -*^ *-^- ^L J^ *"''*• ^ ^'**^ '- *^'^*^ *' 

:c ^ Til - > Q nsau j»*iw*. 3E ?? * '^^^ ft S 

- ::^ ^ 'r'^'* ^ 9 *^ '^ ^^^ ^ •^ua w m it 

^:- ^ ■ -"u fu l2? »i ZI T^ ^ i- - cfb 








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«•■■ u r LI.. .- » "— "^ 



^ •. :• r ••• :t -1 -T.T.i ■^. , ^^ ^.,. ^ ^ '£^«». ^ 
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k'hin^ ; the stand of a tripod, 

Standard, ® chwane, 

k'ha taou, ^ ^ tdh k'b«, 
f^ k'hSchih, ^ taou, 
,^^ ch6, i^ wuh, ^ hune:, 
T^ tseen, ^ kwei, ^ 5§ 
tsaou taou, ]§? ^ too kew ; 
the eiffht standards of the Tar- 
tars, /Vi^ PR k'hS ; a great 
standard, "7^ ^ta hwuy ; the 
princes arranged themselves 
under his standard, ||f 'filgHB 
^§ "fC choo how pa hwuy 
hea; a standard work, ^ tecQ ; 
standard silver, f^ Jg tsnh 
yln ; standard measure, ^ )\, 
kwan chth. 

Stanza, g^ she. 
Star, ^sing; a fixed star, 
@ ^ king sing, ■($ ^ hang 
sing ; the stars, ^ ^ sin^ 
•uh ; a malignant star, ^ S 
Biiv eing; a lucky star, "w 
^ kelh eing ; star dust, E^ 
hwuy : star aniseed. ^ S pa 
kS». A j^ ]^ ^ pa ke» 
hwfiy heang. "[^ f^ ta hwfly ; 
star fish, ^ ^ taze yfl. 

Starch, 5^ ^^ tsoang 
keang, 1^ k!:anff. :^ ^ n.>> 
t8?ang, ^ ^ m^ ff,n, ^ ^ 
fun tszN.. 




To STARE, 31 @ r^ _ 

chang muh ch^ wang, 2£ flt^ 
cho6sh«, :^lil^ tashe, ^ 
Iiwuy, Igt tsang, ^ chang, ^ 
kwei, 1^ kwan, ^ ying, ^ 
chang, 1^ choo, ^ chwang, 
II chwang, m keo, If heu, 
B^ hcuen, ^ how, I^TI^ kae 
cho, ^ |£ kang mang, ^ 
|||lekwane,^kwd,||g|gj 

shin ting, |5^ jin> 3§ hwan, 
^ ying. H^ Che, I* hw6, 8^ 
peaou, 1^ yuen, ^ chang, Q^ 
heuen, ^ kwei, @|^ teaou ; 
to stare affrighted, BE keu ; to 
stare vacantly, ^ gg ^ 
wang wang j£n ; to stare a- 
bout, ^ 11 chow sh^, 11^ Bf 
hwuy heu. 

Staring eyes, Q|L han, |^ 
how ; every eye staring upon 
one, H B^B^ wan muh 
kwei kwei ; staring about, Hj 
B'T^ heu heu, ^ It] heuen ^ 
heuen, |j& i® pe kea. 
Stark blind.^l^tseu&n hea 

Star-light nijlit, ^uing, 

^ j^ sine kwang. 

SrART, ^Itl'heaou. 

To STA rt on a journey, y^ 
k-hfe chins?; to start in 
^'8 sleep, ^ piogi ^ ^^^^^ 
the starling iear,B^|0£ wang 





wang. 

To starch clothes, ^i^J '^^ startlR, 

]^hihking5c 



tsenn^ c. 




sW\i ting-, 



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Btarllcd in dreaivis, r|^ heung. ' kaoii so6, ^ cli'ing, ^ sliuh, 
To BE STARVRD to dcaUi , ^ |ft cliMiing sh\v6, |§ 5^ 
W^ ofn.S peabn ^ kin. ^ chlun? taoii ; to state clearly, 
p -aou and f;>\v, ^ sow; slarv- p^ f§ t^eang y?. 1^ ^ pin 
ill',' wiih rold an'l iMinr.-r "^T mine. ^ !«oo P^ ^ g| chin 
^ tniiirnnv. |^^ "^ rsi- t«<' »n)ri,r ,»il, g ^ diing mlng. 
f JL M '^*' -;* ' • '« »>• Hiarvd PlOfl gf Kr-ahiT mine plh ; 
wiih cold, '>^ ^ I iriT Q'/. t , giare plainly, *^ ^ keaou 

Stakwoiit. ^^(^7^ l-nou ; to state verbally, @ 
yay fin twan firli. 7||J § iniili ^m--n pin, ^ |,a6u, 1^ 
'jvani?. pin, ^ ^^ <U\ng ch'hing. ^ 

Statr nfatlomr. ^ ?? sljing ^T^ <^'^^^ seay : lo 
Mntr shi^, ^ J^ tr'An t«% "(^ state one's 2Ti«-vancc8, fijp ^ 
jj^ tsmff hotter; etate, rondi- poo yuen, ^ ^ soo k'hoo; 
tion. ^ ^ liinj» she? "^ >ji^ lo state ones feelings. ^^ ^ 
kwaiiif kinir : stat**. phew, ^g choh e : to slate to a sitporior, 
^ tile me^n. ff ^ fir. p d^ peanLMo, ^^ fsan 
t'hung ; fetate, or degree. ^^ ts.w. 3^- ^ pin ka-ii. "^ 
p'hin ; a mean state. Ij7 ^ isze. ^ ^i tsze pin, ^^ 
prt wef : state, country, ^ k'he tS'»\v Dfjl l»oo ; to pfnfe lo 
kw«i, ^P pan?, ^ yuh, ^ tfic sovereijn. ^(oo. ^^ 
^ kwo Kt'a, 1^ yrh- lii^h k"hN fs-w . to "tafe in order, 
officers of state, "^ ^ tn | P|^- Sfe ''^^'^ ^^^"^ 5^^J ''"« : to 
rhin : state affairs, ^ *^C ^ ann'.unro |g Ice. ^^ k'h^ ; I 
^ kwo k/'a clip cri . tl>e mv- ^^*? to stat- ^j^ :^ i>'*h'- chay; 
Had of Ptat^>8. ^ ffj w.-n ^'^ s'ate afi affair, j|^ ^ k^ie 
pnnqr; ronnrillor of state, ^ P55e ; to state sinren*|y. ^ ^ 
i^ :A:|S»^P"» '-^etR rhhi; a '^'^*'^" ^^..n, ||fl ^ ghin 
Ptat^. prisoner. $JC ^H ^'hin "^'^^'^^ * ^o »<ate respectfully, ^ 
fan ; a slate of existence. (Bud- . ^ ^^^S ^a ; to state on'-'s 
dhistic word) JJ|l keae ; state "''^'^^^ and surname. ^ ^ j^ 
'ation;^ ^ shin? tl^en : l*^ ^^'JO'^ niincf f,{ncr ming ; to 



recru 




state of the nation, 

kwo she . ofTencc against the 

•late, ^ Jp kunsr tsuy. 



state uri^ently. 1^ k'hfih. 




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Stately, Sg ^ching siSh, 
>'"' ^ll^'«^ 'f"''" '^"> ii5 ^ Waou 



STA 1219 STA 




k'hin^; the stand ofatrijjod, To stare, 3^ @ ife 
^ j^- ft chow. chang muh chirwang, 2£ 

Standard, ^, chwanff, cho6 shi, 7CIIK ^ s'^e, ^ 
^fan,]^k'h^,"^ ke, ^ . hwuy,§tt8ang, #chang,^ 
k'ha taou, ^ ]^ tdh kMi4, kwci, ^ kwan, ]^ ying, ^ 





chang, ^ choo, ^ chwaog, 
chwang, |f| keo, ^ heu, 



f^ k'hSchih, il taou, 

chc, i^wQh, $jfc hunsT, _ 
"S^Ueen. 5|t kwci, ^ If B^ heuen,g)ghow,||r^ kae 
tsaou taou, ]|? ^ too kew ; ch6, ^ i£ kang mang, ^ 
the eiffht standards of the Tar- j ^ le kwane, ^ kwei, g^ gj 
tar8,Xi^P^^'*>^ J a great i shin ting, |5^ jin, ^ hwan, 

standard, -fzM^ ^"^^^ > ^^^ M yi"^- B^ ^'^«» ^ *^^^ ^ 
princes arranged themselves j peaou, |^ yuen, ^ chang, Q^ 

under his standard, |§'^h1 heuen, ^ kwei, ^1^ teaou ; 

^ "fC choo how pa hwuy j to stare affrighted, BE keu ; to 

hea; a standard work, ^ teen ; stare vacantly, ^ ]|g ^ 

standard silver, f^ ^ tsSh ; wang wang j&n ; to stare a- 

yln ; standard measure, ^ )\ i bout, ^ ||^ chow sh^, fjfj^ ^ 

kwan chTh. > hwuy heu. 

Stanza, f|p she. j Staring eyes, ^ han, f^ 

Star, ^ sing ; a fixed star, 1 how ; every eye staring upon 

@ ^ king sing, fE ^ hang j one, H j3 I^B^ wan mtih 

sing ; the stars, § ^j^ sing , kwei kwci ; staring about, Wf 

•dh ; a malignant star, ^ Jb B^ heu heu, ^ |hJ heuen 

sn^v sing ; a lucky star, ^ < heuen, ^ |l^ pe kea. 

kclhsing; star dust, ^j Stark blind Jfe^^tscuftn hSa 




hwuy : star aniseed, ^ ^ pa , Star-light nijht, >^Uing, 
ke6, X. m ^ ^ P^ kett j ^ j^ sing kwang. 



hwwy heansr, >lt f^ ta hwBy ; S iart, ?)fe t'heaou. 

star fish, J^ ^ tsze yfi. To start on a journey, j{^ 



Starch, 5^ ^^ tsrang ^ k'hi ching; to start in 
'^^^^"gi fSS kfiane :^ ^ mh one's sleep, ^ ping, ^ hwilh, 
tspang, 3j^ ^ m^ fiin, ^ ^ \ the starling tear, ^ |JK wang 
fun tszfe. wang. 

To starch clothes, ^35J To startle, ^j^ lift, ^ 
^setmg c. ^ hih king. ^ Hi sb!h king; 



STA 1>^0 ST A 

Blanlcd in drearus, r|^ heiing. kaoii so6, ^ cli'in?, ^ sliuli. 

To BE STARVRD to dcaih , f^§^ ch'hin^ shwo, ^^ 

W^ ?no peaoii ^ kin. ^ ciriiincr taoii ; to state clearly, 

p-aoii and f >\v. ^^ "^bw: starv- ^^ ^^ f?eang y^. ^! 0H pin 

iii'I witfi rold an-i »nin jrr-r ijf niinj. Jj)[ soo Pp H^ |h| chin 

^ fniiirnny. f^ "gl isi- t-*- rnin,- lufi § ^ i iiincr ming. 

®l^^*--"'- "^ ** «tfirvi} PI [{^ ^ -.-aiiu miner pih ; 

Willi cold, ^^ J^ I Ml- </- I . s'aio plainly. ^ ^ keaou 

Starwout, ^ ^ I^ !^ !' -ton : to stale vrbally, @ 

yay fim twan urii. 7||J § »nu!i !^ m -mi pin. ^ paou, 1^ 

htfan-T. pin ^E fpf -hinjr ch'hin?. 38 

Statk ofnihtniT. "jf^ W shinsj f y ^ chob eeaV : to 

Idne she, ^ J^ t»'^n to. j^ ®*^'^ oneV ori'^vanccs, ^/p ^ 

J^ fsmff h'ns:; ^^alc, rondi- poo yu^n, ^ ^ soo kliob; 

(ion. ^ 15^ liine she- ^^ ^^ siate one s feelings, ij^ ^ 

kwaii'j kin-i : stat»». show. ^ c'lon e : to state to a superior, 

^ tV mivn. H ^ I'h. p^ipseanLMo, ^ f| fsan 

t'hnng : state, or d''irr«?e. jjfi is w. V: Jp [»>" ka-ii. ^ 

p'hin ; a mean stale, ^^ ft iszri ^ ^ tsze pin. ^ ^ 

Ort wef : state, conntrv. IS khV ts.w pft ''oo : to state to 

kwo, fP pansr, ij^ vuh, ^ the sovereiin ^ foo. ^^ 

S^ k\vV» kia, S y'h- hiih ^'hN ts'w . to ttate in order, 

offict-rs of state, :k ^ t^ i PK fife *^*^';2 ^'*''^ ^'^ ''"^ * ^° 

rhin : state affairs. ^ *=5c 1^ ann-niice |g ke ^J klie : I 

^ kwn k;-a rhe c-'i . fi^e mvl ^**? *<^ ^«*^t' ^j^ ^ ^•''■'- chay; 

riad of srates. ^ ffj w'-n to state an affair, f^'^ k'lie 

pnn? . roimrillor of <5fafp, ^ ^'''^' • <« ^^^^^ siri^^ .^n«ly. ^ ^H 

IS :A:|S^^"" '■^'^t^clnn: a ^'^•''" *^'W'"- I'll ^ shin 

Stat-, prisoner. $JC ^H k'hin ^^''^ : ^o state respectfully, ^ 

(an ; a slate of existence. (Bud. ^ k>"? **^ ; to state one's 

dhistic word) ^ keae: ; state "^"^^ and surname, ^ ^ j^ 

rccrulatinn. ^ ^ shi'n? \'v}^n : -^ <^hoo ming s.'nir m:ng ; lo 

mate of the nation, ^ Sfe state urgently. |^ k'huh. 
kwSshe . offence against the Stately. ?g Inching snh, 

ttatc, ^ ^ kiine tsuy. f^ J^" ^ ^ ?ang grang, ^ 
To STATE, ^yn. ^1^1!^ c^a^" j^n> tlB ^ •'a^" 



STA 



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STE 



gang ; a stalely horse, ^ ^ 
tseun ma ; a stately gait, ^ 
kcu,^^Jf^g^ lunghing 
hob i>o6. 

Statement, (presented to 
the Ein|»eror) ^^ ^^ peabu 
chang, ^g "J* ciiinn; isze ; do. 
to a su{3erior, ^^ [)eabu, ^ ' 
" y i^eabu chaiig, ^ pin, ^ 

ifrilr p'» t^^, Jit BOO, ^ ^ 

pin shoo. 

Statesman ^j^ 5^ -^ ta 

^ nr ta hi'o szii, ;;^ 1^ ta 

ctiin. 

STATKiN in society, ^ ^ 
ming fun ; do. in life. J|p A 
shin fun ; office, 1^ ^ clilli 
fiin, ^ ^ chTh .>h6w ; a hij^li 
station, j^ j^ Uaoii wci' ; a 
position, ^- fnl^'lK)('» woi' : a 
siati.n for 8okln!i>; J^SSlmim 
lo ^pabu,'^ilk^"'J;' :^ 

(^ ping ying, F^ ^ <1 E| 
tun ping die cblio \ 

To STATION, ^ jt che 
lelh ; to be staiiomid on a par- 
ticular guard, llf^ "p sbaou 
bca. 

Statisiical account, ]^ ' 
cbe ; do. of the empire. )|^ 

Stattmky, i^ fff- so5 
tscang^ ;g g slnii taijang. j 

Statc E, f^ \ gnbw jin ; 
a wooden sifttur*. :^ ^ muh ' 



gnbw, ^ yu, Ul seang, ^ 
6^ ^ ^caou telh seang ; stone 
statue, ^ flp, shih seang. 

Staturk, ^^hlngyung 
?^}|^ bmg chwang; height 
of body, :^ "t" ^ "^ shin 
tsze fun leaijg, ^ •? |B |ffl 
shin tsze ts hoo se ; of small 
stature, ^ /J^ shin seabu, ^ 
^ shin yae ; of high stature, 
^ ^ shin kaou. 

Statute, {^IJ ^ die fa, 
§J^ch.. lin.',^^'(5l]klhle, 

Stave, of a cask, ^ i^ 
t'hung pan ; a slave in luudic, 




chant;. 



TosTAY, ^JC'g heechoo, 
^ ^ze. ^ ii„^ ^ isoo -^ 
,% shay scih, JH tow, ^ i^ 
inw lew; to slay tlie inind, ]^ 
)SC 'Vj) i'5 k<HM sin ; to slay the 
liaiid, fj^ -^ choii shbw, )i^ 
^ ciiJi shbw ; to stay long, 
^ ^ y^'" krw, ^ @ kew 
lew; to sfay n litilc, ^ "pfc 
tanjj hta, :iff^ £^ che scay, |-p 
— •'^ till:; yili hwiiy. 

Stay, a prop >gp 'y^ciian^ 
clioo: I fie Sfay of a ronniry |9 

^^^ '^^^'^^» ^' '^ <•»»« i^-ang. 
Sn..M.. f^=^rae t1i5. 

Steadfast, i^ ^ wan 
koo. ^ 

Stead V, ^ ^ gnun t'hb, 



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To8TBER,^j|3*«9l*echwati ; 
sieeraman, ^ shaou, f(j^ J- 
idkung, ^X to kung. 

SrsiiR, a >uiuig ox,I^tQli. 

Stem, of a plant, ^ hang, 
kansf,^f te,$^Kaii :^ko, 




a weak Biem, ^ |^ ^iug p] 
a single utem, J^. ^ tan kan ; 
a purple Bteui, j^ ^ tsz^ 
hang ; the atem of grads, J^ 
kang ; the stem of grain, ^ 
H hd kaou, ^ l^ee,f^ ^eae, 
^kaii ; the stem of pulse, ^ 
k'lie ; do. of a fluwer, f£ "iff 
hwa te ,' the stem of a tree, ^ 
^ -f* muh kau tsze, ^ ^ 



fe»i ; one atep, — ^ yl\\ poo; 
a ttingie step, ^ kwci, - — • J^ 
yih leTh ; step by siep^ — ^ 
— • ^ ylh j>o6 yih |>o6, tJ^ 
y^ |K>6 JK)) ; a step wiih the 
left fool, >f dull ; do. with 
the right fool, ^ choo j a 
short quick step.^^keo ; a step 
in tank, ,JJ, j^ p a»„ feeib, 
fSl kelh, (^ ,^ keae kelh, 
^ tsanir; to advance three 
dicps, I^ H ^JJ shing sail 
Keili; steps by winch lo ascend, 

iccuepe,^ lanji, ^i ^ the 
chlh.Jj^le.h.pgsze, jl-^l^ 



race, 




shoo kan, :^ ^ Bho6 shin j t^oi keao, ^ife «> ^ *^ae, ^ 
i^ toC <3hoo choo ; a stem, or 
^ ^ chung Idy, j^ 
^ tsuh liiy, \ ^ Jln tsuh i 
the stem of a vessel, ^kwang. 
w/q Hi! 7iC cl'O^ tseen muh, 

ill i"»,^^ ir ^t c''wa" 

tseen kwang. 

To STKM, f^ 'filling 
cboo, fjffl i±^ to choo. 



^ae, |j2^ kae ; stops up to a 
hall, ^ [^ tang keae ; to 
ascend do. J|* fg^ shing keae . 
s lepladder , ft^ 1^ keae tl)e ; 
the ste|) of a {uiir of stairs, f^ 
^ keae ch'iie, ^ u'lilh : steps 
at a landing place, ^ |§ ma 
t'how. 
To STEP out, ^ po6, 




Stench, ^ cliow. :^ ^ jij tsbw chliuh ; to step aside, 
ch6wk'he,^iij^ch6wwe,^^ ^ tsbw k'hae ; to step 
^ shen khe ; the stench, of over, j^ ke, fj^f ke,!^ k'hwa; 
fire, ^ ^ ho k4i6, !^ ^ to step over the cross, ^ "f* 
^^Mshaou wuh die k'he. ! ^^ k»hwa shih Uze kea, 

Stenography, 21% ^ -c^ ^ gg leiii. 
keen jielh seay. I Steppino-stone, f^ k'he, 

Step, pace, ^ pod, |S 2^ ' ^(q jX shIh keang, ^ tang ; 

stepping-stonA in a broo^, ^ 



kwci poo, fy "^ k'hwa poo, 
]^^ ke6 po6, liSl lelh, ^ 



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5r ^ S i5 tj :*TiiJ:x ^ur '^ii-r -n-i^r ^ ^ In V-n. ^ 

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Ik l^'XZ * *"* ^*^^^-^"»S- ^ To STICK. >r5.b r^-lian. ^ 



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in . |P^ch*?ijnh : to stick into. 
^ kwci, ^- isi'n. Ifgcirii. -^ 
ch'4,^'ii«1im. f^ tmin, ^ 
t»ow, ^ liw^cn. |jf^ is'iiecn ; to 
■til!: anvtiiiiitr in ilh* urouiid. 

cha !••. gf'j^ jKioTi, ijl f » ; to 
stit'k flottvrt in tlie hair. ^ f^ 
cK'.i Itwsi ; *o siii'k up acindie, 
^ ^ ^ cii'a la chaii ; (o 
Slick ai. j[|| ^ lir-en o : lo 
stick al iiuihnig, ^ H^ 7 
§f woo so \mU wiM- siiclviu;! 
U|) in trifl.-s j^ ^ %X S '^'^ 
lia>u kcaou Uan^ : to stick 
pa|ier on ilie tombs. ^ y^ ya : 
cii^ ;io Slick, adiifrr. Ji^ lucn, 
^^.an, 'i:^l.o>, >;.t^».''. i^'l 
too ^^ k.'«n j^3'»^'''*'$fe'"*** ' 

choo. ^^ f^ clia iia, fj^ kt u- 

^( ^''^j fn "*^*'''' s'^t^J'*!'*'"? I 
Slicking to llie miiiH ^^}^ n -en • 
stick iniT tO:r»'t/ier. J|q iMiHi : »'••• 
fi***! sticking in tlie nuut ^ 
Kfcliechoo: to' stick to tin*, 
face, ^ @ clw ni;:'fi ; lo 
stick to iliebond f^^ ts'aou 
kenen : deep nnid docs not 
•«ick, aiJjg ^ ;^ -Inn nA 
fill le'An ! lo Slick a«« with bird- 
lime, ^ I-on : to sfick to oh- 
ptniaicly. Jfij jg kcu no, yjjJ 
n^ cho. 
Stickv, ^ nocn ^<'b'Tl». ; 

it Jo<>. i£ "^^^^ ^ ^ Ml 




dilh-BJ^chlh. 

S riFK. ^ ir?inj. ^ kan<;, 
^iaiig |^l|['^an<!^nnr[,]^ 
cliili, ^ jHiioii; slitT leatlier, 
$J jam; : stiff soil |^b-o. jt 
^rhooke-n.siitTclay 5^1 e. 
iS; ban; siitT-ncckcd ^^ 

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J^^ kin^:: siilTand nnb.'iidiii'!, 
i^ k-b?-^ lj§[ kwub cb b ^ 

^ f^ 6^ »^^"^' '^''*' ^•'* ^'^*^*- 
5^13: y«" •'•^^ 6 ^x yi 

bIiA ; to conceal, |j||[ ^J yiw 
cbwan;. 

To STIGMATIZK,$^ § 

wei go niing. 

S nil, (qnietO^ % **^* 
meTli, ^^ ni^Tli, ^ 5^ tsing 
inoTli. 5j^ mTb, ^2^ tscfb 

i^bi.. i^ m.-Tb, ))§ }1^ tau 
|M. {(Ij •-*-• ii il^ tsinjr. (^ -an ; 
l»^a.'. till, ^>1] t'baii, 3^ niTh, 

_ l»>lt. T^ rbivii, Ij^ sinir ; 

il-nt ^ f^ tscTb iu\ i^ 
isin- ij? 'b-> ,^in.Tb ^Jl^ 
m:b yiii ^ ynou. ^^ t8»^Th 

SjjX b.V- beub : r»*lired, ^ 

<3»'Tli b'Tb. ^ Ug yaou tcaoii, 
'i^ yr ^ J^ f <in r ta:'cn^ gg 
'n«Tli : quiet, j^ keTli. f^ ^ 
woi isifiiT ; HiOjiping, Jfc ^'*'* ." 
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Blink, ^ ^ wel ch6w. 

Stinking, ||i che, g^ gae, 
^5 hew. H^ wef, ^^5 '•*'^- 
Willi, ?^ chh^w, ^ 

cirhow go, -^ ys, It ^ »•«« 

nne ; stinking and rotten, ^ 
chow fob : stinking food. 
gae hwuy ; stinking 
ii:e. f^ ye ; stinking venison, 
i^l^ lilii wei ; stinkin*; fish, 
iKl ^ J^^ y^ ' *'**"*^'"? breath. 

p k '% M •* •'"'^ •''•'* 

chow g6. 
To 8Ti»T,jI^^h»"en ting. 

Stipbxo of a pchoolmastcr, 

^ f (^ suh sew, 'H' ^ sew 

kin. 

To S-rrprLATF, "^ f!^ 

8>n yft^ TU §^ ^^ V''^' 
s en kMi« y^ 7^ # W ^ 
se»*n y^n mlng pTh. 

To PTTR lip, ^ i;'iy, f^ 
tpnofi. 7^ hwuy, jjl^ ch'ho, 
fS^chhanekh^ ^ tow. 
M kanrr. :}^)! t'heTh ; lo stir 
lip wrath. ^^ ^ chin no6, 

^^ J'^y "O^* ^^4^^ ''^^ 
no^ : do. tronb!e, ^ k^ng. 

JS SL k^^^" lw«n : to stir np 

to exertion ^ ^ fim m^pn • 

to stir np to mi^chiof, ^ j|E 

Isiing k'hft. tJK ^ t'h^-aou pft 

^ k»-aon. j^^^l^ t'h*^aou sb : 

to stir lip utiifo, fj^^^ t'henoii 

cli^n. ^ ^ theaou liin:^, ^ 





i'beaou tsun, to stir the 

P^^ St m keabu chucii, 
J^ '^ ^ ^ * ch6 leaou 
fo.i; to stir up tbe mind, {y^ 

isan ; to stir up with the band, 
^ t'heib^ ^ ts^iicn ; to stir 
up and take oiil, f^ ts'he ; to 
SI ir about, ^ If aou. f^ beaou, 
Wi JfE ^^^" keaoii : to dis- 
turb, §5f tiing, ^ ^ va^u 
tiing ; do not stir, ^ g^ gy 
pub ynru trin? ; to stir out of 
doors, JlJ Pi <'b'hiih inftn. 
Stir, ^^ ^''" >'^^ 

chaou nabu che sze. |J^ ^ 
^^ S jansj nabu die 8z«^. 

SriRRrp ^ ^^"?, flit 
gnan tang, gg fff- ma tang. 

To PTiTCH. 1^ fung. 
tseS. ^ yth ^ die: to stitch ' 
together. ^ ^ h*^^n Uee. 

Stitch, in sowincr. J^ "3? 
8;»^n poo ; wide do. fj^ "^ IJJ 
s^^n poo soo : close do. i^ ^^ 
i^ seen po6 mcth 

Stitch, or pain.^] j^tsze 
t'hung. 

Stock of a free, "^^iru'ih 
i'h6w, ^l^mrih kan, 7tC$^ 
ini^h kan : sttock, or fan)ily,j[j| 
tsnh, ^kpa: stock in trade, 
^ '\^ ho wuh ; slock of a 
musket, ^ chwane. 

Stockade, ^ chae, ^ 





STO 1228 ai^O 

UTh, ^ ^ p8 lioo, ^ chap. T^ J!^ kwci liiy ; sfone steps, 
Stocks for llie !«?«, ^ |^ JjjJ keae tse ; a stone lablt*. 

lian?. tjfl! h^°®' ^ ^ 3'" ; '^^^ *^'-^ : ^ "^«"« *''^^**^'' ^ 
cliTh. ^kf-ao.i. iHtt^ee, jij^ ! keji. $^ Jg ketl shili. SfS £1^ 

t«. -IS! '••'^t 1^ ^uaoti cliTli. j elm pe : i'wcriprion (mi ilie 
J^ ^ keo leaou, |^ g kco | .ainc, jgf gfi p. k«. R$ ^ i^- 
chill. Willi; 8toiiu.H in a l>rooV;. {j^ 

Stockings, igl^wa l«/^. lin ; an iiitc-sione ^]^ infh 
Sjjf-^ \v5 ts'^V, ^ y^w, T^ h"Vn :a stone Willi a clo<«i;;;raiii, 
hwnnir. ^ \y^.^ ^^VR, J^ ;^8.M: a soft stone for jrriiid- 
wn. ^ wa,^yn«*n jwviinir in? |^ ohn ; a sione-ina'*on. 
fienred stockines. ^ w| wan TT IJf shi'h ls."ani : n -^iom*' for 
w5. i hoatinir cloth, s on. ^f^;^ 

Stoi.k. a I »nir tranivnt, ^ fa>»n p sMh. Jpft cheii <),^r.lijiij 
2fc? chnoii e. ^ t»*hn n, ^ PA '"^ c»it;n : a stone for 

Stolkn !fon#|j 1^ rsnn-r. btnii'^r ^'1 on, ^If^ rh-« : sione 

St«»m\cii, fl wei. flit ^ crop, |^ j|^ ^ fnli kn i^nnn . 
pn wpf : ilo of men nnd boasts, stone- arrow In-nds, ^| ^^'«h:Ii 
B^ H P*^ ^*^'' • *''^ internal noo : a stone hriilj^t:. {^ k'lie; 
coats of do 5* pe : a ^-n'- ' n stone rollei ^j^'htMi; the stone 
s'omach ^ §5 '*'' ''' 55 W (dis'asc of) ^ji^i)|l»e kwac ; 
Wj'^ P« wei. H? ^ :;j^|8ton.-.ofafrnit.^j1n,:^I.Th; 
jy^ pe wef pflh tsA, : n pain I to kiM r wo birds with on** stone, 
in the stomachy ^ WL "^ 
wei k'he innff • «tomarh reject- 
ine food, 1^ ^ yew w^r : the 
reeion of the stomach. R^^ 

fah foX R^ kwn... g^ |g |« i jg| ke e, ^^^ lin-'Tinjr, Cl^ 
che. Bfi^l^^'*- ffj^ '^'^^'•^'^ : the ^ wei hiy, {{| ^ kwan 
pit of the Pt-inach, ^ ||,q wef tsanj?, fil| ^If go nelh, 5^?)B 
kwan, /Cl^ Ji^ f»in wo ; empty kb no, J-^ fijji; kwei wt i. ^5^ 
stomach, ^ ^ k'hunjr fth, uaoii, ]r»l^ jung ; stony soil. J^ 
^^"^ k'hnng sin ; a bird's ^ keaou tc : stony ground, 
•lomach, Hit P<^> M c'»c. ; gft iseu, 5^ ^ keaou ke6. 

Stonf, ^ shTh. '^ W,^ ^ 'uh Uuh ; bard as a 
•Inh t-h6w, ^ keuS^ 5^ pang, j stone, |^ k^. 




yih fa Iran/ t-h. 

To 8TON«. J^ S ^ ^ 

e shlii kcTh rhe. 

Stony, iSf *fin. J}^ che, ?Sf 



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STO 



S rnoL, ){S c, ^ :^ tow i, f pcTh, H p6, ^ jfc shay ch^ 

«5i*>«>»; 1^ JL ^^^'' ••^^ I5[ M JUt ^"» ^'»"' H? Jh i>^ ciie, fe\ 

pail li'iii^ ; to eiis«* by stool, "^ J^ giio sc-lli, Jx; ^i^ clir ^ii»^, 

fg la |>een, ^tj llS elf huh fJji ban, j^ kew, i^ haii, ^ 

kuiig. ; t'h^, ^ cha, ^ ace, ^ isd, 

To STOOP, (o bend tlie licad, ^ Ice, ^ ii«i"»^, ^^ keu, ;^ 

^ 1^ cb:iy show, D^ "g* fob k hcu, |fe "^' ^ S"a»» ^ 

show, ^ 3^ fob chiiy, J^ ktb, Jj^ chin, ^ ««^j^chrh, 

k^ufi. ^ kcub ; do. tbo l>ody, j|J|j ^ hoc cho«»^^ chae fij^ 

^ S^ chu yaon, ^ 1{^ wan ^ biie, jj§[ ci»c, ^ Ic, ^)f clic, 

ynou ^i^ Imshiii. $^15 felling, illftli^'h, :^- he, 

y6 keuh ; whrre is llie barm j^ ij,^ ]^ f^») ^ W'''^ '^i ^ 

of stooping, llH ^ 1SJ ^ kac ; (a* a horse) ^ ling, ^ 

keuh shin hd sbaiijj ; to sub- q^^ . to stop ui>, ^ yA«!f, H^ 

mil. Q /[j^ tszc keuli.pjjfuh; ,g^ j^ lio-*, I^ltoo i^ohang, 

8U»opiiig forwards, jl|| JcE J^ ^V: rbiiy slh, ^ ^ chth 

keiieii hlh. ^Hi ^^yuiii^sih. ^ J^ 

To STOP, it cb?., it ,1^, y.Hij Sib. ^^«8liy. ^ isiiy, 

cbc !?c;b i^ • Im^. ^cbe, ^ '0 !)K keniiir »TI. ^^ Irlh 




ff^ ^»»», ^ '^'^ Ife '^«». ^K ^k.rimircbTb,^noo ^-a»; 
g t.'* fib, gat^^ t8o'» tr'Mii, lodiopu.iaii orifice ^ koo; ' 
ffijf o ^H j.iM-^ :^ yrb tA it do. a passa^^'e, ^ ^ k.io kfii, 




tfioocb** ]ffijcliai!g, 3g low, ^^ Ian keae, fj^ ^ fs^^f 
6. M be. ijjj ImV-. ^ b«'W, |„„ . to stop up a hole. ^ 




^ sbay. i/f» pei, ,gi 8.»b. ^ cblig ; to flop all iii«;lit 
'♦*n. ^ jl^ cbay Ian, ^ |^\v> ^ gew : the road in stOj»p d np, 

|^j3£^«w clioo 5q! inci, ^ tM[ 1^"^ ^ "*'*' '^^ yiMi? : 
^Oclio.'). Jd^ it ''^ cbe, i^|8top|)edup,^5?f piingpo.ff 
fm. cbTli, ^ ^ ^b*lio,i |§ ban klh, ^ vYb : to slop 




I'w, ^ iF kea« clir, g^ kew, 
I^ tseuw, ^ tsenn, -^^ tsan. 
^^ It y5 cb5^, Ji^ chin, # 





nTfi 



up the source, 

vu^ : 10 slop np a crevice, 

^ yunflf g5, ^r\^\ to stop 




STO I2j'j STO 



up wiiheariij, ^loo^i^ kin. |j| h^ ne^. ^ X ^'IJiOi 

7^ ^mdeii r>-i : to flop, (waity kun^ : to flop in ihc presence 

^ chfjo] (real; g§ ch lioo, ofa superior. ^ ^ kin? che ; 

^ chu^ ; lo have done Qj ^ : to «top liiigauon, ^ ^ ^ 

to vfop ill the niidJie. Ff^ ^ m^*^'^ ^'^'^ yu^S twan ; rosiop 

i© ^ Chung loo aril f^i'. Ifl iratlin?. ^ 7^ pa sh^. f^ jt 

lit c.iun^ ch^. ^^ iiwuy : ro ^ ^ Img ch-; mow ylli ; to 

stop half-way , ^p ^^ [j^ £'0|i the N.'.siness of the state 

g^ pwan loQ urh fci ; suji*|ic«i ^ £^ sze pelh ; to SLop the 

hiiii in the inidJIe of the road, fool. ^ ch:h : to stop a dis- 

^^ Is SS ^ pwan tis.u course, gp^ ^f keuh sz^ ; to 

yaou cue : to «to|i people in siop th-' brtraih, 0^ Jff jth 

til*: niadd, 1^ 2^ pe:h loo; to k'h-;, ^^ ^g yin^ yung ; to 

stO|> one's mouth. :^ [] sTii stop suil. J[[;^ ^ chic |K>d. jf^ 

khow fif pcho>khbw.m- chhin/.^i'oo, ;!^^ fiih. :^ 

kan, m q itfo kiibw ^ P kea.^iiew.jltcli^.ijdrhe; 

k^trn k'hbw I to siop awhii<r, U) stop imu^^trr, ^ij^ ^^ Uaou 

j^ — • ^ ting yih hwiiy, j^ ke, Jjjf ^ leaou ke : to stop, 

J0 is;*ay man ; to sio|> and seize. Itg ^x'heu ; to stop and 

rest. D[ ^ hec suh, f;^ tan^, [<^»^ ^ (4F P^^" ihin^, '^ 




^ ting; to Slop iht: imrket, J£(*?ecliA; lo stop the road, 
or trade, ^j]] hwny, ^ iff |«i f H ^ Ian keae ; to «top any 



she ; tu slop a c.rriait', ^ j^ thing wit!) the hand. ^ t'aog, 
tan^r kei pjf^ jin, J^ ^ shwtiy ^ l>n ; to slop ihe nose, ^ 



shay : to atop a ravalcude, ^ ^ >''*" |^ ; to stop the trooj«, 

]|1| laii yu, J^"^ tingkeu; j^ ^ gan ping ; to stop short, 

to stop the hand, ^ =f^ choo ^ it hwa che, ^ it P'^ 

show ; lo Slop the ears, ^ J^ <*lie i «« slop die door, ^ ping, 

ch hung urh, ^l»in^,ffj ta ; ^ ^ P« mun ; to stop 

10 Slop a gau-, -^ p^ lani/ fdetain,) ^^ ch'he, f;^ fhang, 

mOn ; to slop suddenly, i^] fH i>e, ^ ts'heuen^ !^ me^i ; 

^ Jh thang jen che, f^ siop a little, J, J^ i^Y 

|§ t«bw tun ; to stop the "^a" ; lo slop up, i§ nee, §^ 

course of water, jf^j} fei ^ ^seTh ; to stop (to finish), Qj 

ga^ ; to stop work, ^ X '»^ e, Ej ^ e che. 

kuog; to stop business, ij/j^i SToppiiOE,^!)^^ che choo 



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k*: 





[^ |§ cliang s:h, ^ teaou. ItM^rij'Q,!^ pao'i tsaiig, ^\ 
yth ; 8lO|>))nee in the nose. pe. |^ % pe t^ang ^ sehv, 

_ yung. >S 5!^ ''I^ P^ J ^^^- "M ^ <^'»00 sou. ^ I: y t^C■U 

of the nose, from cold ^j^kew, ' chob, ^^ tstjih h.-uh. L?^ 
^M ^u ^^ *«^^^') ^ li ^ M '^ cUoo choo, =^ i^ kac 
pfnglian ih; chlh ; do. of the tiding, ^ \Jif t?Ciu » lioa i?ji^ 
breath, fljv }^ chc k1ie ; do. t'hcih^ K] tiiun, ]fi] ch:i, ^ 
in the bowels. ^ ^ ch6 wei, I yuh, JQ t'haoii, ^ hct-, 

joo chod, H loo, P$ j§ foo j ^ tung, ^ f^b, ^ 
loo; stoppage in the throat, @ die chob, ^ kljuag, f^^ 
^ kang yen, «^ ylh, B^ hwa.- ; to s((»re tip wealth. ^ 
keang, Hg ho, jp|f lioo, ^ M ^ ^3i^^;ii'>b kin h^iy yiih, 
hoo kwo, ^ k'hwne; stoppage |g heuh. -5?^ ken : 10 .lore up 
of the pulse previous to death, under u'romii, 'j*,'^' keaou, ^f 
]Pj^ hee che ; Rtoppag^^ of , yin, j]^ ^^ l.^ i^-^ng . to ^^l'.^•5 
the voice, ^ S^ kang yen, up neasnie j^^h'Aae pabu ; 
Ij|^ ^ kang ylh ; stoppage of to stoiv, nj» anus. ^ t^ieih, |^ 
Ihc utterance, 6^ Dg kane ^n^ --p ^^ Uaiig tsrih kati 
yih ; stoppage in the chest, |||| ko, ^ ^ t-amr ping ; ru >ror<j 
k!h ; stoppage of uriue,^lin. | up clothc-:=, f^ shTh : fu sforc 
^^TopPKD, 'j^l W P^ ^''^' "P trrain. ^/f ^ ''hoo shuh. 

Storr. )^ teen : do for 
I forcrgn gO'^ds. y^ ^ JS ^'^"'-^ 



^ k'heen slh. 
Stop in writing, 






k'heuen tccn,^ chob, ^ chob. ' |,6 feen ; a hug.-, sloro, 'X' ^ 
Stop ill music, jpji fiih, »g la tseih ; stores f«'r the army. 






. . _ y^ y^" *^'*^ s^^f^ J ^'^® ^ ffS k^tiu sen. 
stops on a harp, ^ hwuy, S^ ST0Ri:-n'»i si:, ^ ]^ chin 
1^ k'hin tser. ^ ' fang, ffjH chob k'06, ^ l^ 

^'^^^1:8^ ^® ^'''' ''^ l^gaon, |ggow,]^k'o6,|§ 
yew, Ct ^ ^ 800 h5 heang, i^^ei, 'Q.^S paou chwani;, 

heang jdw ts'ha^S ^g g^jang, )^ fob. )r^ cha., 

m 



/^ ^ shlh heang. 

To STORE 

^ mad tsang 
tsang, i§ kea, 




2 up^ chob, S 

ke^ BS Big k<:u 





fan. 

S rOUK-KKFPF U ^ :^ f|5 

15 hang tii •:=hfi. 

S lOKK, 3yB ho . r.li-. '.•«icr. 



Hhii 





sro i»i ST 11 

01 do. f\^ B^li6K^ f$ i% Storv, a flight Jtk e, If 
hflng kiili, qJCucili. g!| nimg. tsang: a story or flight of rooms, 

IBr ^ ^^®*'^ ^^^»^^ '*^"S ; ^ H^- lo^^j Tjtsang; four-storied 
species of stork, j^ ^ ncnbu i house,^^^8Ze tsang low ; 
fflh, ^ f,^ keaou tsing,§||J§ . a five-storied chamber, 55 m 
fob wan, ^^ ^ hwan muh . ]g| woo tsang 16w. 
stork's bill ft g j^fung. Stove, j)i j^ ho lo6, Mi 
leu tsabn ; stork's feathers, W^ , ^fnnc;lo6, /J^8hin,^lswan 
"[hftch'hang. 'J^^kwci tsaoii ; a stove 

Storm. ^ }^ kwang fung, couch. 5^]^ ^ k'hang ch wang. 
_ M poou fung, ^ it keu Stout, j|g ^ k'ang keen, 
fuog, il leih, ^ paou, jl^ ^ (^ chxvang ke6n, J^ Jjt 
siihj-'^Slkwaefungj^St 'shin chwang, §^ ^ keang 
g6 fling ; great storm of wind ' chwang, ^ J^t ^^'"S ch wang; 
and thunder, |i ^ :^ 1^ I a stout fellow, j^ habu 
Ifiy yu ta ts6 ; storm of wind hau, ^ ^ chwang sze ; 
and rain, ^ ^ fung yu ; a a stout horse, ^ tsang. 
storm arose, ^ @ ji£§ fting To stow, ^ chwang ; <o 
tsow k'hfe. (stow away goods, ^ ^ 

To «T0R.M a city, ^ pa, i chwang ho, ^ ^ chwang 
38^ ^ |/h6 ching, 3^ j|^ tsa^, ^ ^ tuy wan. 
kungching, ^^kelhch'ing; To straddle, ^ ^ kwa 
to storm with anger, ^ J^ | kwa, ^ k'hwa, /^ poo. 
fim noo, ^ ^ nabu noo. To straggle, ^ ^ yfew 

^^""""^^mM "^ ^''''''" ^"^' ® ^ sz6 ySw. 
seaoUj^KJleihlelh. ( Straight, [gchihjjEH 

Story, tale, |g |,wa, i^ ^ chi'ng chlh, j^ king, J^ sh6, 

kob sze ; a long story, §5;^! iSji twan. fg sang, ^ t'hing, 

hwa Chang; history, S^ | S/j f jj ch6 he, ^^ kgo, jg ® 

j^^ kang keen ; idle stories, i hing hing, ^ nee ; straight 

^ W wang ySn, ^ ^ line, It ll chlh se^n.lgHf 

wang tan j as the story goes, chlh hwa ; direct, ^ hing ; 

is SE '^w^ shw6 ; a false straight as an arrow, ^C Sf 

■lory, ^ W /C. ^ "^^w y^" ''^^^ ^'*''* J straight up, ]g JQ 
che sz6 ; a story-teller. ^ f^ i chlh sliang. ^ he^ ; straiglit 
^keing kobchay. ^ and crooked. ^^ ^ shin 





STR 1233 srn 

keuh ; a straight road, J§[ ]^ To strain, or force, ^ JJ^ 
chlh ta6u,||[ fif chlh loo ; the nieen keang ; to strain, lo 

straight gate,|^ P5 ''^* "*""• ' '^^'^^ ®^'^*T «ff<^»^; flf^ tsin 
Straight-forward, ^ lelh ; to strain one's meaning, 
ii£ chlh chth, H; gff chth SK shwae, j^ 3S W 4 
tseen, j^ j^J lung t'hung, ' nieen keang yh\ sze ; to strain 
'^liC kang chlh, $^ keang, withmit retelling, B^ k'hlh,ng 
, king, ^ knh, -^ pang. ^^ ^< iU B^ 5^ ^ gbw die 
Rll lE kang ching -^ siic ; |>ult chliQIi k^ith k^hlh jSn. 
do. speech, ^|^ k'ccn go. Strain, or style, W^ j^ 
" kfng; do. disposition, ^ pelh fa.^j^ j^ wan fa. 
. , , ki ng tsing ; a straight-for- Strainer, /|^ ^ chaou 
ward way, '^ f^ chth laou ; 16, MJ^ 'cu W, j|§ ^ leu 
the blunt straight-forward mi- Po6, ^shae, ^tsth, 2|^ '^ 
nister, !«• j^ ;^ gkwiih low chd; a strainer for rice, 
kang chc chin. ' ^. ^8ce ; a strainer for liquor, 

To STRAIGHTEN, 5^ keaou, ^^pung seang, |^ sae. 
^ shin, fft shin, M kcaou, ' Strait, 05 hea, W hea, 
^ kcun ; to straighten a fa- j S S^h» ^ ^J* ^sd^ ieabu, {jg 
thorn, and bend a foot, J^ ^ ^^p peen seabu ; strait circum- 
15 ^ cWh tsin keuh chth ; stances, ^^ p'n yo. 
to straighten a crooked affair, i Straitened, ^ gth, ]^ 
jlL^chTh yucn ; to straighten | ya, ^ ptb, ^ tsih. 
an arrow, ^ ^ keaou shfe. | Strait of the sea, ^^ J^ 

Straightway, ^ ^ ; hea hafe. 
fan j4n, ^ pc^n, |P ^ taec j Straits^ Jig glh, jS^ yae, 

j«n, SL M '«'»^ '^'l^^^ KD KlI ' il "^^^^ I^ «^h) ii 0S Pl! 
ticthk'hih,^^hangt8ang, gth, WilE Y^" g^h, C5l 
^ shang. ! heung gTh, |^ ^ yae kwan. 

To strain, or filter^ ^ ; Stramonium, ^ f!^ 
cha, ^^ leu, ^ luh, ^ tsew, ! ^ man td 16 hwa. 
is ^ ^ ■^'^ k'hcii tsai; , Strand, J^ ^ ho gnan, 
to strain off water, f^ shoo ; 7^ ^ hd pecn. 
to strain wine, JjS^ ^ j0 STRANGE,3^l|§chinkwae, 
luh tseu tsew, ^ tsow, j|^ , cJ'Bftkob kwae, j^kwae,^ 
7§ sSh tsew, •@' tsew. i '^ k'he kwae, ^ Jl kwae e, 





> TK 



123 J 



STK 





k\v..i kwiio. =jgj ^ k\\>-i e: 
__ ^ ]<\\ni e, ^^kwei' 
1.6. ^ *|^ kwe. kua^. ^ 
kwei, f^ kwei, ^ fj^ k'e 
nv?a6u. ^ yew. 1^ icwae. ^ 
^khe hoe, |^ ^iseune, 
81 range ! ?^ Bf S^^ J'^^y : 

foreign, ^ S n^ ^'^^ *'^*'^* 
toTh : siiansre, old-fa»!iioned. 
^ S ^'^'^ iwng; sirango 

> :\i.i^.' place. -}^ 1^ e lican^: 
i'-;;* s';anire, JJJ ^^ cirhiih 
N !.■> s'lr.Mfl^^ anJ wtak J^ 
••>/.»: ii!)c« mmon. ^ 'flV fei 
c!:a::^ ; a ?irange atTiiir. Jt; 

Stranger, ^ ^ yuen 
j'h ^^ke loii. §k'-!i- " 

1«*:; v':. jPf ^ t:;;: k'f. :i y|^ 
@ \ wae .w:» :. ^,5 A 
ix*> ; 'V yi* A wri ' Jn 01.^ 

kinsT lew : 10 =if juzlecrwiiin'-. - 
ftj ^2, kcaou fan ; to strai^^le 
fincs-ic!;, ^%<i^^^ sze.^ 
$5: *-^Z' e. 

Straxgi.rv. ^ li'l. *^ 
f9 }ib tan. >J> ^ :([ :V2 




S trap, or whip, || ^ ma 
p^'en ; leather strap. ^ fi|^ 
|»*he rheaou. 

TosTRAP.n>-ar)^ yangj 

IJA K W ^ ^ ^ P he yaiig 
ke:!i cli*. 

Strata. ,31^ e.ij^kih,^ 
^S^shihnaii I06: the dif- 
fcicni layers of sand andearih. 
arccalkd tlic five efrata. t4' 

ihob che uze yu5 woo kTh ; 
lower strata of earth. W j^ 
woo yew. 

Stratagem, §^ 11^ chSw 

•'•h ilSjii'"o«^= if H 

ke mow, ^ S m^'-r !*^ J*^ 

5irata£^lr,?. ifll ^ ^ vt| kc 
peen ;»:h ciiVih ; full of sira- 
lagems. ^ g|" lo k* ; siia;a- 
S: rr? i . war. ^ f^l keiin k.* : 
• " -■?!» t'irrtiigliasiraiagem. § 

^^^ff:-'h:inph6\-eke. 

S FR \w. ^ \ao'i. 1^ kahu. 
^ Ka.>u. !^ ^ U habu kca:^, 
^ kaoM IV : wheat straw, 

<^ ^ nrh KPtien. ^^ ylli ; 

iic <t^iw. ^ ^ ho kan, ^ 
k«»'^£ f:]'-ne:h : dry straw, |^ 
S kan ts*habn : an iusi^ifi- 
cant 4hing. ]^ ^|^ tsliabu 
keae : a >fraw slicd. |^ pa, 
low. !^ ^n ; a straw hat. 
3t :s iiabii IcTti. l^jljl t9*abu 
!i: t Su ; Straw shoes. |P^]§^ fei 




STR 1>:J.5 STR 




leu, 1^ se, jf^ 1^ leu kcabu ; a valleV: j|^ keen : a* fhjwing 
a straw mat, ^Jsf kabu seih ; siream. ^ ) 1 1 lew ch'liuen ; 
the straw for a horse's bed, streams of water, ^ king, ^ 
Jii ^ ^^ i^^ ' straws used ^ fe tseu&n ; to sail with the 
in divination, ^ !i^ she stream, 1^:^ shun shwuy, 
tsbabu. )ll^ JjJ sbiin lew ; do. against 

S TRAWBRRRT, jffe ^ ' the Stream, Jfp^^j?o6 y«w,5J5^ 
shay mel, ^ mei ; wild do. JJC nyth shwuy, '^/^ Jjg| soo 
|1| ^ shanmel,^ tseen ; I liwuy ; a stream losing itself, 
strawberry tree, arbutus, ^.^ talicc, ^i^ ^k ^ ^ 
^ yang met. ' shwuy wei chui^n se ; a moun- 

To STRAY, f^ yang, ^ ' tain stream. ^ k'he, Pj J^ 
^ MM ^'*^"e y^"S h6 8an k'he,|^k'he; a streamlet, 
t'hang ; to lose the way, ^f^ Ja ^^^en, ^Y^^Si ^ ji^t 
^ shih loo, ^ 1^ mft loo. ; Jg ^ t'hf ng\'hing. 

Streak, or vein. ^fci,i|| I Strramrr, ^j^ ch'he, 
lb, 5)^^ prm v.an. il ^ le j ch'he, 1^ l}^ chwang fan, _ 
wan, 3^ pan ; the streaks on ; fan,^ fan, "j^lSw, ]^ k'hd, 
a stone, ^ >C »l»^h wan, Ij))^ j|^ lew, 'IS^^k'M lew, |l^ 
pan ; the streaks on a tiger's p'eaou. ^^ p'eaou ; streamers 
l>ack, J^ ^ IK H bob wan ^y, ^ ^ p'eaou ch'h^, J^ 
tneTh hih, If Chung, ^ pew ; f^ pei pei, i|^ tuh, ^ jod, 
the streaks on a gem, i^ paou, ■ ^ y,'n, j^^ ]^ pe me, ^ ]^ 
3g ^ yuh wan ; fine streaks^ ,ging khS. j^^ seaon, '^ yen, 
^* muh, ^ffl ;^' se wan. fj^^fan, jj^ p'heaou ; a strea- 

Streak of light, — ' 5M7u mcr attached to a banner, ^ 
ylh ta6u k^ang, f t fl^ :)fe pac, J^ lew. 
shay tetli kwang, ^^^ Street. ^ j^ ke^e fang, 
— aS kwang leang che yih ^ igj kcu, ^ tung, ^ hang, 

^''^''' ^ ^^ , fl ^ yung taou, fMf hoo 

Streaked, ^ lin, ^ ^ tung; crooked street, ^ heanflf; 

lin pSen, ^IJjJ wan maou. i straight street, ^ kcae, l|[ 
Stream, )|| ch'huen, ^ ^ chth keae ; in the street, ^ 
Fleaoukeae,j||k'e.-]Rr hd, Jl kcae shang, pg j^ mTh 

)'! Wch'huen kow, ^^ keuen, shang ; street talk, \^ ^ she 

iWim '^^6 kwei ; a stream in yii; a street in the midst of a 




ciiy, &j|j Jill sliiili ; |»'-oiiie 
in ihe atruijts, "T|T^''J*f^ 
■ho lalDg scauu inin ; to repair 
ihe streots and ways, f^ ^ 
^ i^ sew le kcae tadu. 
, Strenqth, ^ ^ k'iii 
leTh ^ Icthj ;^ 4 lelU lijang, 

f4l leu Wli, fi ^ teu lelli, 

IeTh,$^Bhe, ^*/; eb^ lelli, 
^k'heuen, ^ flW u"? Iiean^ ; 
great slrengih, ^Jj kew, |J7j 
k'n,^ ping, B pin?- ^ 

tlDg leli), <^^ kwult leihi 
bodilf strength, ^ /f shin 
leiJi ; atrongth of mind, ^ J^ 
chwan^ chi, ^/(l^ chwang 
«n,g/^|g hwangi, /Ci^/f 
sin leTh ; the strength ofwine, 
39 ^ isew leih ; do. of a 
bow, ^ jj kung lelh, A ^ 
pe fo6 ; strength failed, 77 l]^ 
lelli k'hee, ^ 3^ leth shwae, 
jj 5^ lelh kiie ; do not rely 
on Btrenglh, jfeE (^ ^ woij 
eh£ leih ; ulmoal strength, ^ 
yi lte« lelh ; prostrate 
Btrenglh, 'fj ^ leTh p6 ; to 
exert one's Btrenglh, ^ ~fl 
yiing lelh, rtj ^ ch'hfih lelh, 
^ chin, ^p'he, gj!l ahaou, 
^ k'how ; unil«d eirenglh, 
5^ ^ h^5 UTh, il ^ Ifih 
'eth, ^ 7/ lah lelh ; to o.rt 
«trniBth. fg ■/; ,n.vn Mh. 



^"'-■C'^ wo 
k-heang, ^ ki'n, g 
^ fihin kin; Sd ya 
To 8TRENOTHB1 
do. th« eyes, ^ 
pei yang luQh leth, 

Wk fi "« poo. I 

keen koo che; to 
the mind,§§ ]^k 
^jti«keenBin;to 
one's will, S^^ 
to strengthen medic 

P0&. M Wi poo k'l 
poo heiie ; Btrengtli 

STnENuotia 
k'heang, ^J lelh, | 
sew,^ noo, ^p 
choshlh.i^^kB 
'^h P'''*) Sd shaou 
Jt«". MS k 
it strcnnonsly, ^ 
mcen lulh h'lng che 
in nrgnment, ^ /] 

STr.EpEROUS, pj 

Jl^l chaou naou. 
Stress in reo! 

not to lay streai on 
piSh chiing che, ^ 
^ piih e die wci 

To STItKTCII, i 



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^"^ M 1^0, ^\\ kwo, ^ kw6, 
]9ffi jK ^'^^ chaiig, ^ shin, 
sliin, 1^ sung, ji|j[chin, ^^ 

' \ 3 0ze shin , j|§ shin, ^ kan, 
^3shin,j^8hin,|gtfnff,>g^ 
cha, j|^ Chang, f^ ^ shin 
kliae, ^ ^ poo k'hae, 
gfl t'han k'hac, f^ k'hoo, 
U ; to stretch out the legs, ^ 
hang,^ jj^sliin king; to stretch 
out the head, ^ ijj kce no ; 
do. the arms and feet, ^ ^ 
^ H^ shin show shin keu ; to 
•trctch out onc's-eelf, ^ j^ 
ling shin,^^ sung shin JI , 
shin ; to stretch out with the 
hand, ^ jow, |J| chTh ; to 
stretch out the hand, ^ ^ ' 
shin show ; to stretch one's- 

kliecn shin : to sfretch toward, 
2^ kcTh ; to stretch a bow, 

'^'^^^» Jl "^ shani^ noo, ^,,^ 
^ chang nod, J^ Q chancf 
kung f a stretched bow, §J^ ^ ! 

P® jfj) WL ^^^^ J ^^ stretch out 
anything long, 1^ t'hang, ljl|| 
^*atig, ^ )ft|f cliang tsang ; 
stretcher, ^ ^ cha y^n ; 
stretch of country,' — '^:^ 
7/ yih ta6 te fang. 

To STREW, on the ground, 
^iif ^ P^o t'iii ; to strew a- 
bout, ^^ f"n san. 

Strickkn in years, »p 






JuCn ina.!. 



Strict, |^ kin g^ || 
ySn kin ; too strict, j|gi ||||kw6 
ySn ; a strict teacher, ]||^ ^ 
ydn 0Z6; a strict father and an 
indulgent mother, Jl^ 3^ ^ 
^ ygn foo tszft mob. 

Strictly prohibit, ^^ 
y^n kin; he strictly prohibited 
thefts and Jobberies, g^ig ^ 
k)n tadu tsih. 

Stricture, in the lower 
region of the abdomen, ^ ^ 
shan k'he. 

To STRIDE, |gf k'h4, 1^ 
k wa, ^f kwa. j|| ^ tseu ii)6, 
If tseTli, Jj5 k'he ; to stride 
in walking, g^gf kwa kwa, 
^ pe j^ to stride the floating 
cloud, ^^ ^ nc5 fow yan. 

Str f DK, ^ k'h wei, ^ j)o6, 
^ 3? ke6 poo ; one or two 
strides, — ' ^ 0f ^ ylh poo 
leang poo ; large strides, 
•^^^j ^^'C ^ ta tsbw. 

Strife, f&^iing^ygn, 

3«; nan, ^^'^"jfi »eang 
tsang che sze, ^ jR ;^ $ 
tsang king che 8z6. 

To strike, ^ ta, ^ ketb, 
_ta, ^ la, -g. tab Jl] lo, 
fij chc^^ fl] Chen, fg pa, ff 
shaou, 3J9 niih, iA p'hoo, m_ 
chwa, ^chwang, |^ heib, 
yi k l>6w, ^ k'heu, ||p'l,e«, 
siSh. ^ tun,:^ch5, 






leTli,^ 'ling. ^ k'he, US Io> 



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liwuy ; to strike in tlie middle. I 
J^ liing ; to strike deeply, J^ 
cli'hin,^cliii., ]^ ^shm 
keili ; 10 strike a lull. Up ^ 
k'iiow cluing, ^ |^ cliwaiig 
chnncr, ^^ ^g keen ciiung, 
^^ kob chuiig, |(jjg tsung ; ; 
to siriive on the back, if^ yae, 
^ "^ keth pel ; to strike as 
thunder, ^^ ^ chin cben ; to 
strike hastily, 4m teaou, ^ j 
^^ tseth keih ; to strike side- > 
ways, JK Che, % 1^ tsil, , 
keih ; lo strike one publicly, 
^ ^TfT ^ yfi she ; to strike 
as iron, ^ -f^ t'un^ tlii^e ; to 
strike over, ^^ f.ih, ^ ffO 1^ 
^ keih iirh k\v6 die ; to strike 
and seize, ^ fci, ^ fft p6 
chih ; to strike to an ea^my, 

Jj^ P^ tow heang. 

Stkikk for levelling a 

bushel, ^kae, ^|jll tow 
kwa, ^ wo. fi^ han, ^^ keth. 
String, ^ "^ clung tsze, 
* BO, ^ taou, llll; shiih, ^ 
mih, 1^ sell, 1^ ^ seen so, 
(^ peen, |^ lecn ; a string 
for reeving a purse, 5^ hwiiy, 
^ ftfl ^^0 new ; struig of a 
garment, ^ kin, ^ kwei, jfe 
^ e he ; the string of a pair of 
drawers, ^^ kiiang, i^ 
keaou ; the string of a cap, 
y>ng4Usze,j^king,|P Be; 
the string of a bow, ^ Jj^ 

I 






kun^ heu^n. ^^shwae fun, 
% hi-en, ^ he^n, If 5l[ nod 
lieSn ; do. of musical instriu 
ments, ^ h.Vji. |^ h.-en ; 
string of a guUar, ^^ j^ 
k'hin seen ; the string of a 
lute, ^ j^ k'hin lun ; the 
string of a net, |^ fang, M 

^^^"g) In ^ wang Bze; a 
string of blue silk. |^ Inn ; 
a siring of coin, jp^ min, — 

1^ ^ y«'> teaou tscen, — j^ 
^yih teaou tsl-On, f^lJ^tseeii 
kcant' Ij^Io :a string of beads, 

— ' ^ i^K y*^* chwan choo, 
Jj^ pMiae ; a string tied to au 
arrow to drav/ it back again, 

To STRING anythinrr ~H^ 
^ kwan chucn, ^ j^^chwati 
kwan : to string as beads, ^^ 
luy, ^( chwan ; a stringed 

instrument, ^f^ '**^*^''* ®^"^» 
one with three striuijs, "^ ^ 
san heSn ; to play on do. 
^ tan been ; the sound of 
stringed instruments and songs, 

^^^% he6n ko che 
shing. 

To STRIP naked, J)^ ^ij 
sbpo; to strip one's-self, |^ 
^ to e ; to strip up the 
sleeves, ^ ^ jang pe. 
kcucn, y^ Jx hwan e, 
hwan, |j^ seucn, ^ sing, 
Jang, |H ?§ tan scTh, jf 

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STR 1240 STR 

iBcaou ; feathers stripped off. "^y chhah leih : to sirive aficr, 

^ to. ^ ^ ^ woo maou ^ lun. ^ w, _. .^ 

ya ; to strip the slain, P| f>5 : Strjx bi bo, Jg JuM ™ 

to strip ilie arms bare. Jg ^ maou urli t'how ying. 

tan le:h ; to strip off llie skin. Strokb, ^ shang, j^ jjj: 

f^ IS keae leu ; to strip off eliang tseih ; calamity, ^ 

Ihe siiiii of flax, Jc P^ i '^ *^^ J stro-ce of ihe pencil, ^ 

strip offtlic bark of tree*?. />fl hwa : sevn strokes, ^H S 

wa, ^^ ^ k'hed sho/j ph-. tsi.erh iiwa. 

Strip of territory , ^jt Mfc ^^ s tkoxf, |^ yen, ^ 

Isae te : a strip of cloth, — min : to srroke with the liand. 

^ ^^ yih t^a^" poo. ^ — §1 mo ylh m*) pp ^ 

Stripe, ^ taou, ^ seen, mo show, jH scun, ^yen : to 

^ hwa ; stripes of colours, JJjC stroke with the fingers, ^^ 

pan, ]^ pan, ]^ ^ pan wan ; leu?. 

the stripes in cloth or silk. To stroll, ^ ^p heen 

tse : straight stripes, ]§[ tsow, ^ ^ yr^w hiiisr. ^ 

._ 6^ >C chill shoo teTh wan ; ^ yew thang, # ^ [fcf fj 

the stripes on a tiger, ^ pew ; sin [too urh bin?. 

a striped skin, 1^ iQ/i ; sirii^d Stroller, ^ ^ ^ ^ 

cloth, ^ jl^H?^ l^w teaou |x>o. ^ y^w show habu been chay ; 

To STRIVE, ^ tsan?. ^ strolling women. ^ j|[^ /^ 

tow, ^ min, ^ tsze, ^ poo . ?^ san koo luh p6 ; strolling 

to strive, endeavour, ^ meen, about, §^ jf^ wei e. 

H ^ mm meen, ^ j^ Strombus, a kind of, Jj^ 

meen le ; to strive, contend:^ ^ ^ keae die 16. 

tsang, ^S^tsMgjnngj to j Strong, ^ fj yj-w leTh, 

strive to be first, ^^^ tsanjr ' ^ fi ^7 yew leii leih, ^ 

8?-en ; to strive to be early, j^ mang, ^ yiing, 1^ ^ keang 

^ kan tsabu; to strive for . Icang, ^ mow, H tfih, |^ 

the mastery, =:^f^t8angnangi woo, ^^ yih, ^ ^ keen 

#^#i!^ts^ngkungshae la6u, ^ keaiig, fj^ ylh, j^ 

shiiig- to strive to surpass, kelli, ^ p'he, ^ J^eeii, 
8hae,4^ 3^ tsangjcung ; ^^ chwang keen, ' 








do. in lanterns, ^ ;^ sha6 ' k'hang keen, ^ g chwang 
tang; to exert one^s-self, jij , keen, 2p ^ laou koo, ^ kc, 



STR 



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M ke, ^ min, ^"^o^. 
j^ keang kean^, ^ ^ ma ' 
l»ea, ^^gadxi, fj^ ^M^'hang , 
kwae. ^ fe, ^^ liiS. ^ kew, 

^;j k'liin?. f^ kwne, ^J p-.". ' 
^Jl un?, ^ fan. ^ keu.in^ f^ 
I>'hJ>, ifij foo. i^ kea, ^ l.aii. ' 
ki''g^ H'JI laou jin. ^ 
leuh keflfi : strong, or du- , 
able, ^ ^Ij die le ; rohust' 
H chwang keen, i}^ c, 

^ ^"^^*^^^> ^M Pe 
foo, f^ ^ m6 k6 1^ mee , 

PW 13! kang keen, f^ f^ j 
keae keae, ^^ keang, ^ j 
k'heang ; strong infusion , 
of lea, jd^ ^ nfln^ ch^ia ; ! 
strong taste, g ^^ chung ! 
wer J strong wind, -^ j^^yang 
fun? : strong and courageous, j 
5ffi ^^^*ange ; eat not strongly i 
savoured plants, ;:f^^^pQh | 
shih bwan ; strong in flavour, 
11^ nung ; strong-smelling 
vegetablpR, ^hwan; strong' 
smell, }& h^w, ^ shen : 
Btong drink, R^ nSng, |^ ^ . 
nAng tsew, jj^ J|^ t'hcTh t'eib, j 
cbbw ; a strongman, ^ 
^^ yung sze, ^ "X* ^^"? sze . 
strong language, ^ keang;. 
strong in the legs, )^ k'beuh, : 





If 

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benng ; strong colours, 

gi^ yen sTh shin, ^labT. 
strong and firm, ^ ^^^ 
koo. )^ he, fgj f^ keilh 
kcaon : strong argument^ 
nf ^ voanj yew iii ; a stroa 
bow, §13 pan- fi^ i^ kuvr 
ki.ng ; strong anil woak, ^S 
g|k1)e&ngj6,j§^na ke, 
7^ ^ bung sha ; strong heat« 

Su yC ^^^ '*^J ^''® strong 
city, ^ ;^ kin clilnflf; to 
drink strong drink, ^jf^ ^ 
yin chow ; strong and durable, 
^ j^ ken keu, J^ keaou 
koo. 

To BE STRUCK witU Sur- 
prise, W^ Hg keth king, ^ 
j^ leaou lelb, ^^ lee ; struck 
d>-ad by thunder, ^ ^ ^ 
pp" fung luy kelh ming ; 
struck out of the list of oflicers, 

- S^xj^^pa^^cnth puhseu. 

StRUMPICT) XSJK^'^'^^"^ 

ke, j[§ ^ cb^iaiig foo, ^ 
he, jgc :^ ke nyu, vl ^^ 
yinnyii. 

SrHur^G together, 

_ sbing shing ke ke. 

To STRUT. ^ kwa, _ 
yaou pae, j*|| ^ pa^ show, 

% wei ^> 4t :^ =^ in 

binggang gang jodyay ; 

sparrows strutting about, ^ 
^ keang keansr. 

Stubble, ^ jaou, ^ kan, 










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k-ar. "^ :^ in 

S r I T = O .-i N' . 7/ ^f ! ' ■ .*£0J 
^£ TC ^* ^^*-: ^t" "^^ • ^^^' 

fftinau^ly adhfring. § ^ 
kc^ ch!h. "^ :^ kob pin ^ 
/^^ new sin : obsuiiairrly ad- 
lii^rin? 10 nne'a owu opinion. 

©ffc Ej :M. ko^ <^^'-^ ^^ 

V^^n, ij ^ kang cli'h, ^ 
^^ chTh gabu ; contiim^^ion^t 
^ ^ klmnsr nylh. ^ ^ 
k'lian/ hail. ^ jf^ k haii:^ 
ttran. /J |p[ t'eaoii win : filub- 
born and wicked. ^ ^ mae 
liwae ; Btubborn and regard- 
!eBS of consequences, ^[^ ^ 
^^gaoii jen ni1h koi; a 
stubborn boy,^^ wan lun^ 

Stl'BBOrness is ihf fK-=» 
of a invriad of a?<»s, ^^ ^ 
JM* /^ ^§^ gaou wan sli.; c!ie 
hwan. 

S TLD, 2p k'lienn ; a sfnd 
of four horses, §5 ,^ «ze ma, 

-— *!|I9 y>b sze. 

Stl'dkivt. -^ sze, ^ -^ 
ken sze, ^ ^ he6 rhay ; a j 
till«d student, ^ ^ keen 
ftang ; ofiiciai do. |f^ ^ chlh . 
keon J retired do. ^ "dc V in sz-* . I 

Studious, IKI |^ ^ |§^ 
kMilii t'hSh shoo telh, ^ i(;i^ 



jyt ^ y-rw «:'/ } *i h*6. ^pC 

;^ ^ §^ ?^=^^ ^^-eii si.oo 

wo • I a 'i.. =:.'^j V 'I 



r. V 



i ■ ^ . 




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ii«»j f?. .ii. ^" ,^> t» «: ?*zc : 

/^ ^p. i'iiu}i ill o c':"? 5Z-- : ihe 
H*f5:ulrv of sjiiiv. «^ 3^ 7^ 
1^ c n-- i!>^ .<o:en:ruks of 
study f^ ^ k\v '^ cliinj. 

To fSTT ov. T^ ^P kun? 
•hoo: ^^ '^ chueii ch'h. ^ 
jSi selii he'^ ^^ heo : to study 
niinui»^ly. ,^^ ^ «zc jfo, j^ 
•cw. ^ ^ sf; k hAw, M^ 
sze «^:ung. ^p ^t ts-n szc> 
^t^^sn yjh, 5jC^ wan 
sS- ^ .S> «'^ sze. iff ^ fuh 
shoo, ^j^ yunge ; to study, 
I if. irnaw letters and ch<*\v dia- 
racters, ^ jt 0^ ^ yaou 
w:ui cseolsz^ ; to study coiise- 
cufircly.^ ;?§ chow y:h ; do. 
ntfeniivelv, ^C ^Jl^ <*h'ien sin, 
^ kow sze, ]|[ /CMS 
chuen sin t'uh shoo J^ j(j) 
J7^ ^ woo sin yu heft ; lo 
study in a college, ^^ e 
noe. : to study night and day, 

kwei, ^ iij^ laou sin j to stu- 
dy deeply, 2?!^ ^ shin sze ; 
to 8! tidy hard, ^J ^ leTh he5, 
@ H incen pelh, ^ ||l 




STU IS 

ch'huy mS, ^ ^ m6 lt%a : 
to siudy thoroughly, flg lew, 
^ gg seih wan, ^ ^ shah 
vr&n ; to Btiidy the sicred 

DeS kt;aiig9eIhkingwaiK8iiidy 
to irniiqiiillize the peoiiie,^^ 
K jC* ^ ^ e giian inin eiii 
wel nSrii : to study incessantly, 

neen ; to study books, ^^ ^^ 
kunf shoo ; to study one's 
pliyeiognoiny, ^ ^ mow 
mP^n ; (o sliidj^ one's-eelf ill, 
^ ffi 3^ ^ ^ah ch'hiih pi'ng 
laa. 

To STUFF, y^ ^ ch'hung 
■hlh, ^ jung, p ^ teSo 
•hlh, filling J to stuff with 
cotton, |j[t rhwong, ^ |^ 
WHti choo, ^ kt;en, ^ ^ 
fSn ch6; to stuff full, ^8ih, 
^ jm chwang mwan, ^ "JH 
■lii'tig Diwan ; to stuff the jn- 
Bideof anytliinp. |^ naiig ; to 
etiiiramattrass,^|^chiiiin;j 
.iOh ; to stuff eausages, "^ ^ 
^^kwaii jiih chaiig tsze ; 
tosluffthe mouth, ^ flshlh 
k'hbw ; to stuff with food, 7C 
^ ch'hung pami ; stuffed, 3?I 
jin, ifpfi, ^ ehTh, ^^- 
ch'huniT ahth, J^ mwan, Jf/J , 

nang neang. [ 

Sthff, materials, ^g" ^ 



13 TSU 

isaft leahu, pf ^ tsaS chTli ; 
do. baggage, fy^ hing ie; 
household stuff, ^ ^ kea 
l>6 ; stuffs adorned with party- 
coloured silk, ^^ wei. 

To sTuLTiry, ^ .^ mft 
hwo. 

To STUMBLE, ^ tiH! JJi 

ch=, H "'f'tTM^ •» 

iangl.e.„S,Jg„,|^k«,jJ3 

.eah,SS-fu„,S!ltkeul!,||gg 
ls'1,0 UJ, Jg gg panit p . ; 10 
elumble and fnll, ^ffn^ 
chc flrh teen, J^ (uv ; to stum- 
ble neninat. ^ ^ cliwing 
cbo, ^ ^ han cii6 ; he wlio 
walks hastily is apt to stutn- 

pelli cite. 

STtJMBLING-Br.OCK, jiq j^ 

e kcu,-, {ft ke, 4g kins, t^ 
ch'he. ii^ sail. Sg selh, )g 5 
Rn.i shiii, ^ ^ kow ke. 

Stump of a tree, ^ $^ ^ 
8!io,T kan ts^e, i^ i^ -J^ shoT 
l!5ntsze,)K B». ft»al', tifi 
m ntSh wa, ^ ^ choo keu, 
^hwan, gk-heue. )^-^ 
tpeuo with, ^ chlh, g|f keue, 
ffilo6,^yJ,Kyii,8'«- 

Slttl.l.BD, «! ^ Pff K 
hwan pQh fud t'hfc : atnnned 
the ears, ?f„s.ng,:^tfl(]jj 



urh chung ming, 3p t^ |^ , 
^a5^ urh cliuDg neaiig ni-ang 
j^ii [ t1)inider sinna ilie ears i 

Dtiang urii. 1 

Stunted, ^ loo ; do. tree, ' 
^X *^''i ^ i^ 'feE '""l* *"^ 
che, :^ ^ tij IS ma'' ^wan 
cli'hilh ma'Sii ; Blunted appear- 
ance,^^^phrn.zma6u 
teolow.^yuli, Igg ^ ''«"'' 
Iwan ; Blunted liair, ^ ^ i 
p'h6uilh,% ^maoutwan.j 
Stupefaction, |p 3^ ''"" i 

"^ ii^ k'lic liwan elm am. ' 

STUPKNDrtUS. its ^cll'uh 

kn.6, TfiT ^ ^ 6^ k'hb i 

k'hg lelh. 

Stvpid;^ ^ yQ ch'iiun, 
^ y6, ^^^ chwane pd.^ 
||im,>g, jg^chwan^lf ^ 
hwan tun, ^ cli'S, ^ i.junir 

mfin'Z mei, '(^ piin, ^ pw" 

mow, -JH. tsett, P PIC clii"3 
cliinj, ^!ii*"=. *«««■ li 
•■Il>, ^ ^ !'"«" n>8, 1!^ W. 
liwSn tiiii, ^ hwan, f^ Ifi^ 
»an hwo, "w^hwo, Ij^ ^ 
mang k5ns, ■% lob, ^'' fijl 
lob tun. ^ ^ lob mans "(^ 
long, ■HE'™^l»ott^^ 
kow mow, ^ ^ keftoii ri 
T^ mang, 11^ la'hiiane. 



{Ru„.s.«cl.hi„s.f;'ffaoa, 
l^imo, BtBt i..«ng n.inS, 
j|a:kaoofca<>,,,fJg||„a. 
tae,ll,..,^|I„„„,,t|SJ 
kwei luy, tFF'^\rf'ii"S cliwKinr, 
jf U«-an. ^iswan, ^^ ^ 

^ffl y'* k'lieabii piih thun^ ; 
stupid and etubborn, J^ ^b 
wan ttin ; sUijiid and idle, ^ 
Isg I'huy to ; stupid and obsti- 
nate,^!^ w^n knng; a stu- 
I pid fellow, ^ -^ ga& iszh, 
\^ '^ ~^ ("'ill 'saS tszfe, 

H^ iE ^ # r'*i'' '"''""« 

kVar.ii chay,f^^ taou wfih, 
1^ ^ foo jofl ; a stupid boy, 

a siupid mind, ^ |§ ctie 
I fflh ; a Bliipid plan, ^ ff 
chus ki ; tlie etiipid world, 
S^ keun mS ; sinpid ig- 
norance, ^ ^ ^ xB inang 
jell prih che. 

S-rupiFiFn^m^.^taiiy, 
^f: cl'in?- 1^ ff^I maii2 Invftv, 
IJ^ 0^ kwei mnou, B^ ^ 
niaou tsnoii, |f|^ ^ maou 
iBaou, ^ me j elnjiifipd by 
iliftsoliite pleasures, ^[] J£ ^£ 
I ^ Idw mi hwa p'hcen ; let 
I not Ibe people be stiipified, y^ 
' ^ ^ a^ pe m7n fiih aA ; 
xnrrowfnl as if slupified with 



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wine, ® /Ci^ ]jcn ^ yew 
sin jod cbing. 

SruprDTTv, 5p ^ madu 

s^h) ^ ''^ki^'^ ^ '"^"S wan 
puh ling,^ ^ chS mS. 

Stupor, ^ hih, ^ »^ 
hwan kwei. 

Sturdy, *^iff kwiSh chth. 
^j£ gang chlh; stout, ^ 
?fl: keen chwang, g^ |^ 
k'lieang kan. 

Sturceon, iI^ ^ (sin yu, 
^ M M tsin* liui'- ya, 1? 
SjJ l<i„|.,r hwang, l/f 15, ^ 

8Z«' si ^^ liwang yn, .^^ 
snou ; a kind of sturgeon, (S^ 
^ kansr mans;, &\i slinh, |f 
chen. If ^^ hwang yfi ; a 
small kind of sturgeon, ^-{;ftl[ 
sliuli wei ; a larger kind of 
do. ^ §^ wang wei. 

To STUTTER, Q^ jin, B^ 
kftTfh, P P£; k'hbw keth, jg 

fe y« tow, IS: gS :i^ B^ 

sbwo liwa puh mine. 

Stuttering. ^ ^ shing 

y^ ^i^" ^ ^S »^«« P^ 

iSi IS^W ^ 8'»wo hwa han 
hoo, W IS ''^ B^ yen yu ' 

kctli kelb. 

{an, ^^ choc keuen, ^ 
choo wo. 
Style, g§| sz6, ^ ^ 
wan szd, ^St 3® wan Ife, ;^ 
5S wan fa ; good style, ^ 




g^l g^ habu sz^ hwa ; orna- 
mented style, 1^ yah ; bad 
.style, ia^^jgp wan li 
fMlh habu ; vulgar style, i 
gg t'hob hwa ; the style of 
« oin{H).<:ition hns a fashion, ^j^ 
j^ ^ B^jJJJ wan cliang 
yi^w she {)*hac ; antique style, 
"3" 54 ^^^ wan ; modern 
style, ^ ^ shd wan ; a fine 
style of writing, ^ \fi kea 
tsd ; a sublime and elegant 

8»yK ^ ^ ® p P'»>eaou 
meaou fnnff yun, ^ Ji^ pew 

P*"8j AT ^ tsing shwang ; a 
sjyie (or pointed insirumeni) 
bIJ hwa, ^ tseuen, ^ keuS, 
]7/ ^taou peTh. 

To 8TYLE,^y^k'heha6u, 
^l^ch'hing boo ; to give a 
name, ^ ^ k'he mlng, ^ 
^ t'hSming, |g;g ch'hin^ 
mlng, MSJ* ^ keaou mlng, 
iQI teen ming. 

Suavity of temper, ip£g 

^ ;Jl ^ wan h6 che k'be, 
|§ 1^ ^ 'Ci^ meSn juen che 
«'») ^#j6^ 1& J6w jufen 
teYh e. 

Sub ALTKRN, §ij ^fo6 yay, 
ZIl ^ firh yay, >\s ^ seabu 
kwan. 

SuBCOMMlSSIONER, ^Ij ^\ 

foo kilin cb'hae. 
To subdivide, ^ffyflf 





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SUB 






5;^«-a" 



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T'>*-2 -^. ^ .!S 

fib ^!g: -r ■ 

ya : to ?ijl«d-j» ?*»?!* &}' '-'« 

J^ /J HI A ;- '/-i/il ■; 

do. by virtui:. JUA S » -/V 
e i;h flh j*i : to suifdurt by 
resftoriing. ^g !■= : to salfdar: 
of»e'«-§<!f. -^i Pj k*h k*. jjj^ 



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To 



r.-i-i .. 




Qj f jh ke : lo « ufc^i'ie OD-e s 
passion?. ,^^fa'i ch-; : sub- 
due (tnllnz. f^ kan. ^^ chc. 
To -suniLCT one. '[tC ^°'^- 
H {fc ya f:h. {g {t* yi^n 

^"*' ^K I«» SS T ^-^ »'^ 
Bg % r.h kwan, g gg ya 

full. J^ Jg tan yi ; lo be sub- 
j*5rt lo anoih'ir, ||^ /\ full jin. 
)0 ag sl.L-n fuh, ^ ^ -l.iih 
|j«,-a ;iobc subject ro one,^*'7^ 
bIiow h..a, JJ^ Hg ^ shdn 
fuh leabu. 

ScnjKCT, g^chin ; a sub- 
ject of a monarch, ^ ^ 
Wang chin ; subjects of the 
empire, '^ ^ pth sfng, ^ 
nfiin, i^ man^ ; subject, or 
theme, jg g i'h& mfih, 




ji. ^£ c:.:nj. ^ ^ iiir-r 
iwo: to ? jb;-ir^:e a/ d df*- 
Try. ^ ^ :L::.r cLaoo, § 
;?5: chin J ^ ; to 5'3*:.;':rais Uie 
heart, pl^ fj^ ^ Al^ keang 
fjh k'he ffiu : to sub-'i^aie tli* 
bad spir:'^ of heaven^ ^ ^ 
^ fuh t'fa^n mo. 

SUB-L1ECTE»AST, ^ ^ 

pa tfiiQg. 

Slblimate of mercury, ^ 

W ftn shwans, 5i* ^ fj 
Aiinz huDztan. 

Si BLiMr.. |gj 7C k-ou ta, 
^ w t*"" kaou. ]^ [^ ^nnz 
aaou. ^ ^1 kaou wei, iX} ^p 
ch'huh tall? : sublime and spi- 
litual, i^^tsin^linir: a sub- 
lime siyle.^^/ J^^p'eaou 




Z 





raeabu fung yun. 

Sublimity, ^ 
sung kaou che she ; sublimity 
of style, ^ ^ kaou wan. 

SuBLcxARY things, 5c "F 
^ ^ t-heen hea che wQh. 

Submarine, ^ J^ ^ ||^ 
hae tb sang teih. 



SUB 



1247 



SUB 



To SUBMEROH, J^ JB y*"* 

"e ^ ^ y«» Bha, S i^ 
^[C ^ mad inuil fihwuy le, 
)J2*fi TJC chin Ilea shwiiy. 
'iJl j^ chin mal. 

StBMlSSlON, I|J3 m. *•'"" 

full : siibinission'lo the will of 

Heaven, IR ^S f"'» ^'''««" 
e ; enbmtssion to siifiering. 
•U" ;|^% ^ ^ kan sin show 

k hob, 'J" lOi "^ fP seaou 
keuli la siiin. 

Submissive, ^§^ k'iieen 

.1^"?. HR ^ *""'' '*^^'^"» ^W 
'^aimn tsung, HH ^ fuh 

show, ^ Che, PI )iR jdw 
8liun,lI)^HI|tl.e5fuh,lK"l!pS 

^1 sun, ^ jow ; humble, ^ 

, k'htfeti t buy. 

To SUBMIT, 31^ fuh, P^ 
keang. |^ i(j> keang sin, g 
keQb. ^ B^ kwei fuh, ^ U, 

l|!,!| i'he.-,l|lSll^i'b.icfai.,il 

tMin, la he^, 6g ;^ fub che^ 
^ m keang fOb^ "fe 
keaiig show, ^ P^ kwei 
keane ; to submit to the laws, 

M ^ f"*^ f^ 5 ^® ^"^*^'* ^ 

instniciion, fl^ ^ fdli kcaon , 
men's minds will not submit, 

fnh ; to submit to entirely, fll^ 
1^ fuh sha, IBI shih ; to sub. 
mit to punishment, ^ ^ 
8h6w tsuy j to eubmlt cbeer- 

J 




fully, iC^ M "*" f"'»' '!§: H^ 

yue full . to submit anil serve 
n prince, ^chln ; to submit to 
and obey the commands of a 
su|»erior, j^ ^ kenh jiih ; 
to submit to anotlier's jud-^- 
'nent, MX%^ f"^ j'ui 
kaou keen. 

Subordinate, ^ "fCsihbw 
hea, ^ yaou, ^ '7^ shQh 
hea, ^ "fC kwan hea. 

To stdscribh: one's name, 

8han«r ming, ^If ^'j^ ya haou, 
'p^ -^ is'heen min«r ; to sub- 
scribe one's mark, ^ -f^ 3^ 
hwa hwa ya : to subscribe 
money, ^ te, ^ ^^^ (sheen 
le.^iikeuenie,^^!! 
^ keuen tt* yin leang. ^ ^^ 
te yu^H, }^ ^ keuen tsze, 
^ §lfi is'liiien yin ; iiow inixh 
has he subscribed, ^ ^^ J 
^ ^ ta ts'heen Icabu to 
shabu ;hc has subscribed 1,000 
dollars,^ T ^ M t«'l»eea 
Icabu ts'lieen yuen. 

Subscription paper, a- 
raong the Buddhists, ^ ^ 
yu^n poo. 

Subsequent, |^ f^ suy 
Iiow ; subsequent ages, ^^ "jtt^ 
how she, ^ >f^ how ta^ ; 
subsequent calamity, ^ J^ 
how hwan ; subsequent litera- 
Ui. ^ M ''ow Jo6. 



JJ 



SUB 



1248 



SUB 





ScBSIDIARV, ^ fn 

stjang pang chay, 
pang poo teih. 

Subsidy, ^ 
pei poo die kin. ^^ 
pang poo che isa/j ; tax, § 
t«cfin leansr, 
shwiiy. 










r t'lie ; estate, ^^ nee, 
j^g kea san, ^ ^ kea tszc 

Substantial. 3^ ^chiih 
_ chdh, ^ urn, j# cluin, If 
^ joojjr kiiang, f J£ ^ cIh)o 

kung cliTh puh, ^ Up"h ^i»i»» II 
HtVe tuh.Jl^ Ifyin sl.ih, 




To SUBSIST, to be, ^ yew, f\^ wan, f^^^ sze 'i'^ k'liecn, 
^ Isae ; to continue, ^ ^ |]It IP P^ hn\v. |^ j^ juh how, 
Jiwan (sae, j)5 ^ jinir tsa«, fejing. -^^fnng how ; snh- 
1^ ?£ chanor tcae, g^ '^lew ; sfaniial and unsubstantial, ^ 
choo, ^ ^ keu choo ; to ■ J^ shih heu ; solid, ^ ^ 
live, ^ ^^ sang hwo. 1 shTh mwan. 

SrBsisTF.NCE, provisions,; To substantiatr, by evi- 

^ ^^W y^"S 9»"- <^*^^ ! dence, |^ chfng.flE clung, 

^^^\ 1^ ^ •"« l^an^, ^ i!^ kiio keii. 







jih y ling lean 1^, 3f^ Q ;^ Substitutf. -f^ fp ^ 



^ to.'» jKh che l^ang, -|^ P ! tae tso chay, i^ ^ f\^ tae 
S B ^ ^ '>^^^ *^''^ow I kwan tcih, >f^ i% ^ tati 
too JTh che wilh, f5^ ^ pwan ! kea*n cliay, =^ A, 5^ ?^ # 
f^ij ^ Jm /^ ^ ®^^^ yu"g t'he jin pan pzo ch;iy ; official 
clitt wilh. g^ ^ too yiing. substitute, ^ J^P shoo yfn ; 

SuB?«TANCK, real body, ^ a scholar cannot !)« a snh-^ti- 

shih the, jj^ ff hm^ tlhf, ;^:^^9ZepuhFlr- tn foo. 
^ JT|[chTh t^h^:/{^X^3."nnor! To prnsTrruTR, ^ sh?, 
chih ; matter. fj( chili, ;^ ^t^ ^ t h.5, l^ life ^^ 1^ « ^^^-^ 
(sag chih, ^ )^ chih ^eanu : tae p\ ^ ^^\ rfS )i^ y »h te 
the snh??ianc'iof any tiling, rr!^ , urli keu, t^^ to 'iwan. 



SuBSiKArVM, M ^'^^h. 



J^^") ^ ^^^"j PJl^C ^'^^'^ 5 some- 
thing existing by itself, Q jE 

/C! "^ ^^^*^ '^^^ ^'^® ^''^^ ' ^***^ 

chief substance, ^^ !§ ta 

t'h^, ^-H t'hb yaou : of the ' che k6, ^ ^i^ /C 
tame substance, [^ ||[ tung \^ che ch'Iioo. 




k'l^^, ^- k'e, ^^ yft. 

SuBTKRFror., f^ ^p t5 

t'hadii 




SUB 



1249 



sue 



Subterraneous.^^ 1? . scay, j^ ^ teen t'ho, ^ |^ 
(^3 tsae te hea teili ; subter- . k'hiiig ya, ^ iB k'liiiig p'he, 
raiipous thunder, |§ luy, ^ ^ hili, f$lj ;JJ^ «abii lae, ^ 
tij ik Ifiy chliuh tti ; a sub- ^ labu fin ; to overturn, ^ 
terraneous room, ^ keaou, ^ ta fabu, ^ plj tsuh tabu, 
7yin. '^ ^ fan fub : to subvert 

SiTBTiLK, 3jfy m*^ao!i, ^^ the government, /J^^L^^ 
|{jj? \vp1 meaou, ij-^ ^ tsiiij f^^ i^yan kwo kea ; to sub- 
se, ^j' g^ tsinir ^^^'>n, Ww v«*rt ri«rht and wronsr, ^l] ;^ 
tsin;;^ moth, ^ fi^t ke Wfl ^ ^|r tabu die she f i : to b?. 





§itsing hn^,pkp. :^ subverted, PJT pa.', fi^ll _ 
•^ he e; fine, fB ^ se tabu ta, d[i p'he, ^ j|| shcn 
mi\n^ ; infelliiienl, ^ fjjj chow. 

tsunij mine, ^ ^ juy che » j Suburbs, J^^ ^jj ch?ngr k5, 
cunninjr, j5 li'lieabu, -^ f f ^ ^ chino: wae, ^ ^ 
10 ke. f^ ^J hng le, ^ j;/']- cliii.g kwnn.^ keaou, fjifoo, 
keabu hw i : sn!)«ile and ab- ^l^ foo, -p kan. 
struse, 55^ ^^ ^>j? ehm: Succedaneoup. ||^^^^ 
wel gaou meaou ; sulitile mat- ^se^ seu teih, J^ ^ t'hS 
ter, (a human being.) ^ ^ hwan. 

sew k'he ; the subtile matter I To succeed, ^ tih, ^ 
of nature, ^ ke ; tlie more 15 h^'>g t/h, ^ f^. ^ tso tlU 
subiile part of the body is called chlng ; to proi?per, ^ t'hunsr ; 
jf( kMie ; the grosst^r. ^^M\\\ ^^ succeed in eireclinir^ ^|^ ^ 
ubLile essence, |j^ ^ tsing | ^ ^^eTh, i^ tlh, j^- al, f do. 

by the influence of others 



8 

mea<^u. 




To SUBTRACT, (^ cho6» ^ TO '^'"J? tseVh ; to succeed 




choo ; to subtract a little, 3|^ | ^^^^^ m ^ # ^' t'liang 
^ keen stay; subtraction, ^^e tThj:hing ; it must succeed, 



E^f^ »^ choo fa. 

To SUBVERT, 




^k'hincr 



i§ ^> ^ ;^ ^ wod puh 

,.^^ ^^^ ^ ching die le, ig/^ i^pri) heanii; 

fuh, •(^fun.I^ll^k'^^keufi! '» succeed rapidly, H ^ 
M Pj k'ing tabu, $^ pa^, ^ j t'eS fa ; to succeed to, f^ how, 



sue 



1^50 



sue 




wef, ^l23 ke sliuh. 







Bhaoii. iH ^ si^aiia ke, 31 
§ chinsr ke. ^ flL slmou 

fSt^S shuh. ,^1, ^ yin 
pabu, ^ show, ^ ching ; 
to succeed to one's parents, 

wef ; to succeed to a properly. 
^ ^ ching kea nee, 5^ 
ching seth : to succeed to 
the throne, ^ jifc szS wef , ^ 
j^ tsp>n wei. ^ ^ tang 
keth, ^ ^ ko t'hhng ; to 
come after, ^ sze : succeeding 
penerations, "Jh; 7^ slje ho, 
^ iB: h6w she, i^ f^ how 
lae. ^ 

Success, ^] ^ le ta, ^ij 
Tfr le she, fij 1^ le loo, J 
^ t'hnng ta ; success and 
failure, f^ ^ tlh shth, ^ 
tTh sang. 

SrccRssruL, -5^ hrms:. 3 

^^ SL ^ ^'^w tFO.v. iSI t'uniT, 
JpUee^McIit^-^^'v-caon 
hing ; everything successful 
at liome nnd abroad, fli >^ 
j^^ch'hiih juh han hang, 

gg hwuy. 

Succession', 
IseS scu che sze, ^0 *^ /^ 
s^ seang tsee che sze ; con- 
stant succession of calamities, 

5^ ^ ^S IM ^^^^ ^^^ ^'^^^ 
ke ; succession of years, 



^ lelh ne^n ; unniterrupted 
line of succession, |^ Jj^ ^^ 










ke ching pnh Ij?' u^; ; to 
j)a33 ovpr the liue of succes- 
sioii, Jj^ ^ k\v • kt^ ! arrive J 
, in succession. I}^ ^ ¥ll luh 
' suh laou, [jjj yui! r : to cut off 
tlie succession, ^ ^ tseuS 
szl. 

I SrccEssTVK crenerations, 
' ^ >f^ leih tae, j^ Hfc leih 
she ; do. kulpas, ^ ^ leih 
' Uee ; successive kul|xis of con- 
' linual ni^ht, M ^ -^ ^ 
leih ke« chausT yav • succes- 
sively, 1^^ luh «uh, ^suh. 
I SiccKssoR, ^ ^ how 

: ^^^> lit ^ ^^^^' ^^' I SUCCC8- 

I 6or in ofKce, ^ ^ ^ ^^s^'n 
|jfn chay ; sucrt^ssors, f^ ^ 
■ how |>ei^ ^ ^f tszN szS, f;^ 

A *«ow jin, ^^ fg hfSw ^ ; 
[ no successor, ^ -^ ^ wofl 
. tsze szft ; a heavonlv-appoint- 

ed successor, ^ ^[^ t'heVti 

yin. 

SucciSA, deviPs bit, ^J5p 
^^ shan krae ts*hae. 

Succinct, ^ keen, 
I twan. 

Succory, "jgfj g wo kcu. 

To succouii, Wj tsoOj ^f 
J|^ pan or isoo, ^^ 5^ kew 
tde. jj^ f^ t3(^ yew. 

Srccoua.^f^^^panor 
poo die sze. 




sue 



1251 



SUE 




To SUCCUMB, p^ pjl keang 
fri)»; f^ Iwl '^w.Ji heang. 

Such, iH lUl joft tszit, ^ 
:;g jo sli ';, j[n M }oo szft ; 
of sucli sort, ^ Ija jo pef; ntul 
such like, ^ p^ tang yui ; 
wood. flt'Mios, and such like, 

7fd5 ^ *""^* ^^''^^ *'^"- ' '" 
Bucli a manner, Jf^ jJ^J 1^ Q 

jod tszi? yj'uig Sill ; -sucli \hio- 

pie, in iH: ^ A Po i'^y-- 
tnngjin : such Rcoinulri'Is as 

these, fJj( itfc ^ 1^ 8ZC tsze 

go (00. 

To SUCK. ^ tsuh, ^3^ so, 

-I koo, ^ji^ slum, Ij^ chuu, 

|g go, ^ hel!,, flj^tslieen, 

hwau ; lo sucic up, J^ so, 

^ p«V»n ; to suck in hastily. 

blood, ^ Jin, cliae hcue, ^ 
iSl c'hic heuS ; O suck milk, 

Ri ?L PO^ Joo. ^ i^ kelh 
iiae ; Iambs kie^l down to 

suck.^^^fU^yansrkaou 
kwei poo ; to sick as an infant, 

^M J"e», J^ ''««, "J^ sow, 'il 
kow : to 8U(« the breast, Pj^ 
^ Is'een j/i ; to suck wound.s, 
^^ t>»h tscen ; asiickincj 

child, ^yi»»g, "ill f[.;^fi 

po6jorcheflrh,Il^p;^^ 
keth fa« che flrh, ^ now ; a 
Sliding pig, jj^ tun ; the suck- 
inr fish, §6[l |S| yin lin. 
To 8ucKLE,J}PQa^,^now, 





%9$iob poo, |5| ^ B^e 

iiufe, ^ now, ^ mow, ^ 

joo ; lo suckle a child, 'I 
"ow, sis- me. 

rft» 'Sill 

Suni>KN, 55 ^S •''"''» jSii, 

^ yovv. ^isiiK f^ s<liuli,;f-|» 
l* ''"> ^ tsulli. ^ laiig ; a 
■-uddtiti a|>i)i'aiaii.«. ^^ I'liuli ; 
siiddrnly, ^ ^ i,„ Qh jSi>' i' '■^ '" 

je'«, fjnj m t'1'^n.r j,>„. S^ ^^ 



,f;'«j«n. 2^ii^Uul.je... f^* 
^/: (8.11) jen^ 2^ tsang 

^ heac. fi: |)5, Jltl^ cl.ang. ;/g 
k'lid: eiiddcnty full down in a 

fil. ^ ^ M &i 1*01' JSii 
tabu gno : to come suddenly 

upon one, ^ /Jfc (tan j,^n. 

SrDOiiiFics, ^^;^^] 

fa^peabu che chae, ^ 7^|- ^ 

che ban die yo. 




To sfjK at law, ^ |2^ kaoii 

!^"S>f»ll^ szS Sling, ^ If 
Mj ta kwan sze ; to sue for a 
debt, g=] ^1^ t'hanu chang ; to 
sue for peace, ^ JjE k'h^w 
ching ! to entreat earnestly, w 
jjt kan k'hfew. 

Sur.T, ^ g§ ping rliJs, gjl 
dm, ^ see, ^ kwa, J^ chS, 
If 1^ lelh te, Ijg ytfl chfe y«w; 



- I - r • 



li'- 



Slo 



bird i«>t'. ^ J§ y -.2 cU-. ^ J£, kc:!. li-il-i. -^ furz : 








• ' 







i5 

5jC 



k^l:i si.'i eii TT "i -i-^- ^^ 1^ yj. 

ke'i; .-:':i«x>- :o suTrr a'l i •; irv T:- -TrForAT?: i'» wa:er. 

fill w liJi^ ; 10 suiTr :'ai;ri»:i\. ^g ^ \\ ^\:\ 

frli A* : lo snrfrr fro.:; Waicr. k^': 'f- en c:.': -z-. 

1^ 1v yC ■"' ^''-^ > !-:i^: to r^aoii k-a ciie sz-. 

Eii.frf J "i;!: *i!ii*a ^ 5f!l To>-7fi='i. }5*^ JlJ ^ =n 

«.|f,'\V Ii :■-.'. ^>2 ^f^ '^■* -'^' *-">' • '^'''^' '^■* -'-^ ' ^-" *^' ''^ ^* ^'^"^ 

fosiiirr. iJM'irr^o, 3 A -f :^ s^ifTis-il w::'. r-J |^,] 35 ^ 

I*-:: 10 siilT.r, allow ^; in: *T ilwAii m .'ji f.\ ii.ine. 

-fr;*'"'"?! '^ji'n; siuir.r me, SrG\»i. |^ ii.an^ ; white 

!|^ ^ ya:i^ i^nb. sugar ^ -ij^" l» ■' ^'^'*^n^: f 









pow- 





taiig" ilfi k'he. 



SiKKhKKK, ^ ^^ show ! sliwaiiu^ I haiv, r'>; k| '*'»^«»^ 

sfiow k'iiub fiiaiifi^ ; suzai of load, ^ ^ 



cliay. 
cliay. 







Slffkiiinc, "j^ 




tian. 



yuAu |»'h siwnn?. 

k'hob SUGAK-CANK -^ ^ kftR 

chay, tf M k.n chay. ^ 
SuFncfF.N'CY, IftMkow chay, S^chny, ijgchay, ^ 
y»'"S, ^ffitsub ydng, ^ choo, $6 chay, jfgchav ^ 
•^ tduh tsze. I seu, |§- )p}| cl»oo cha;, -^ ^ 

SrjFFfciKNT, ^ JS,ch'unjr : kan choo. 
tBiih, I^J^footsuh.^kow, To stGGF.sT, gX T? shg 
'l^ k'how. JQ^ isuh, ^ pA, l9'i»o6; lo suggest to, ^ ^ 
M »'*«"' JiC y«. 1^ «^»'^»'»: t|{ j ^'*"*^ ^^^ ' ^'^ s»'?ge8t itsef to 
•»^=«. I^ yen, it clie, ^ yen, ' i'»<^ "»nJ, H^ ^^ "^i"g ni^ei j 



SUJ 



1253 



SUM 



to call to another, ^ ^ t'he SuiTOR.Jj^^k'liewcliay; 
k'he, ^ ^ t'he sing, ^ § | a Jover, ^ ^ JW ^ tsln sin 
t'li^ yin ; to suggest in sleep, fob cliay, ^ ^ ^ k'hSw 
^ I'hoo. ts'liin cliay. 

Scicini:, Q ^ t«Zf^ Isi'n , I To Frirv, ;Jj|j J^ *^^''" 




to Iiani^ oiie's-aull, g ^^ tPZ-ri 
V'li ; to cut one's throat, Q 
^1] is'/» wan ; to a( tempt sui- 
cidt; ^j^ 3^^ tsin SZ'». 

Snr request, ^ ptn, jjj)f 
^ ^ $ ke k'hcw che sze, 




vf 



woo, 2}t f^ j:,n woo, 

\VC| WoO. 

Sn.piiATK of soda, impure, 
1*1* ^n P'^*'"^ p**aou ; gluuber 
salts, ^ 5^ ^;^ heuen mlng 
f?in ; sulphate of cop|)er, 






Wl ^ /^ ? y^"*-? k'l»ew che j ^ ising fau, 



_ _ «an fan ; 

szi'i ; a suit at law, (j^ ^ siiphate of iron, -^ ^p tsuou 
snntr ?55e ; a suit of chillies. ; fan, 
2K^ e shih, — g^;^j SuLPHER, igf[ ^ lew 



y ill t liaou e shanr. i hwanir ; flowers of sulphcr, 

To SUIT, ^ ^ l^oyung, {jfl ^ 7^ I'-w liwing mo; 



rock sulphrr, ^ iBjlLsiiih l»'»w. 

SuLTiiv Hl manix, i^T ^ 
shof) j.'-, j^ jjt^ irfi") fsnou. 

Stm loial, -^ 5t '*'* kiinj^, 

I -huni, |l|[ :^j|; t!5unir ^o '•• . f.lJ, 
^ tsung chang, ^ ^ ^'^^ 
chang ; a general sum. fJlJ 




^^ tuy. t^ ''^J^li, 1^1 »« ' •■" 
M' e, •^^H tanirgmv, If 
die ; to suit one another, ffl Js^ 
s'anir low ; to suit onej's vie«% s, 
f^ A !^ ch'hi'.<r j,ii e ; to 
suit one's iikiii'^. 1|T j^ chiiiij 
e : to suit the caprice of oihors. 
P3^ Lh o i)e ; 10 suit pmi- 

ishmtiut to crime, ^ gp ' poS ; sum of money, ^^ ? 

tang tsiiy. I vin so v the suiri <»f adiscvmd.?, 

^iTAHLR, !i:e.|a: o.||\^,|[ liSl tsnn':^m, ^^ f^ 

^^*in .^^ ^•'^''-^y-", !a ^ e jtr^iingy.'n, ,^,^] ^ y* v -n : lo 
j'^n, Jl] 1.'*. fl^ pin, '^ tanir. jsnm up fhe wfmle ^ 3£ JJ 
^ y'";?- IrJc k'heon. '^^ ^ ' !^ ho pwan tfi sw:in. 
l^tanj kek^hb, '^ ^ »»^ j Slmacii.J^ ^ ^ shih 
^•' "':;?, ^t '3' ^'^ ^ J alto;rcthf^r ] choo yu. 

Kuitable, ^^han^, ^ ^| SuMMA«Yof a wliole suh- 
ho shtli, ]|l]I '^ s.-ang h5, f^|j;^^ M ^ *"»^ chaou, ^ 
BJ kea k'hb, ^ 5^ ying S. I ^ yaou y^n,^^ keen yaou. 



SUN 



1254 



SUN 



SuMMKR. 3 ^^ ' * *"""" H 5fe J^' kwang : an eclipse 
mer sky. ^ ^liaou t*een. ^ of the sun, Q ^ jih sinh ; 
^ lied I'licen ; Uic commenci:- • the sun's di-c, tj fj^ j:h lun ; 
ineiil of summ:-T. 3L "^b ' "''' • ''*® ^^''^ .«h-ddiiii: forili his 
li^a : lite snmiiuT sul^lice. ^ b^ams. {f| 1^ ^^jflcJTh f'liow 
li"a cIm: ciisniiir quarL-r <!iay kwan^' 0J |:^ Hi^ jjj 






lija k'lii, ^ SJif li •'• iih Iliii clia'iu ciriiiili : ilie sun 

ftli* ; tlie suuiuiTs li'Uii. 03 or sovrjreijn ii;^iit, ^ -jj^ chop 

^'^nvaulTi ; suiiiin r cloili k\vaii2^ -. tit.- su'i. nio'jn and 

^ ^ lic.a |>o'., Ig B^ f il» :=iar:?, H Wl ^^'^ '"*g : »he 

tsoo; summer house, ^^ ^^ sun and m mn e^iiin-^ on all a- 

hwa ting; summer cap, ^^ like, ^ ^ |^ |^ ,^, j:li 

||]^ leang maou. yue woo sze cliaju ; to dry 

Summit of a liill, -g- gTh, anytliing in the sun, B^Q^f^ 

J^ ;St isin low. 1^ Iwan. M sae kan : the sun's orbit, 




yen, Q j^g j>li chen ; the suti 
not yet risen, ^B^ iinir mun?, 



teen, ]^ tmg, ^^suK\U^ 
Ban ciiiing, |jLj 

yucn. if)^ pr'abu, *^ yuen. 

To SUMMON, ig chaou, ^ i to rise, ^ [^ tung lung, Q 
sru.n, ^ chmg. ^ hoo, Sf | ^ 5^ j'*^ 7"'* mlng ; the sun 



t^flinmnglung, H:^Hg 
I jih wei mine : the sun about 



about lo buist forth, BJt |^ 
liun«r hunff, H^ yih : tli 



tie sun 



^ pheThcliIng: (o snmiuoii 

as a |)rince, ^ -^ Q keun 

miiig chaui. ^ Q clfhinu: just risen, B^t ^"'^ Q 3^ vH 

chaou : to snmuion lo an inter- I j^'> <^*^^ cirhiih; the sun ri.-^ing 

view, ^ ^ clia(;u keen : to ' without clouds, ^ yen, 

PM'union by [iroclamation, ^ | llj a® !§* jih clihuh woo 

•^ 'la^Mi clia-Mi. 

Summons I ^^ i»eTh. 

SuMi'iuous. ^ ]1^ ^ 
ftii yiii^g la, f^ ^ jj^ >/t ^^^*'^'" • ^'^® ^"" J^^timiniiii^ the 
she yiin,' Uwhws ti. 'nils, Q ch'han, Q ^ fl^ 

'^"'^- Q j^''- R g^i'ht'Aw, j^'* kwang chaou; the snn in 
;fc ilj^ t ha,'; yan;Lr, Hj^ Too. HJ^ ''»« meridian, ^ yunrr, ]£ 
*•'» H ^ j^'i "job, ^ ^ j''> chfnrr; the sun obscured, 
yaou ling ; the liglit of die sun, i ^ jfe j«i wod kwaiig, ^ 



yun ; tlie sun shining out 
clearly, ^ yaou ; the sun 



shining, ^1- chii, H Ifa jih 



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SUP 



^yang nac, |^ 1^ mo lo, " |l|[chun, HM^how, ^ ban, 
# tang, ^ tsan, ^ Q^ jih j ftf heuh, S^hwuy, |]^ how, 
hwiiy, H ^ jih gnan, I]7] laying, BS^S^owkeu, Bg^ 
I'heaou, B^ ming, R^ lah, ^ I yu?., ^ gow, ^ tsei. 
yth, B^ t hoo, ^ ^ yae nae; j Sunrise, ^ Jlj jth tan 
the 8un going down, Bl B^ ! ch'hfih, jfl i(6 -M- '^^^'^ 
tsegleT^, ^wan, ^ ^ j^ j j^h ch^ tan, g 1^ ^jihch'oo 
jib yiih miih ; the sun about to ch^ifih, ^ ^ ^ jih ch*hoo 
set, ^ lee, R Sfc A J^h keen, jjg heuh, gg hwuh, '^ 
yuh jiih ; the eun setting, ^ k'han, ^ ^Lj'^*^ shins, Q 
yabu, pf @ @jth se nelh. jth ch'hah. B^ ban, [!^ haou, 

SuK-BEAM,0 ll^^lJfeji" fl% '^^^'^j ^ shoo; pla-e of 

•hay che kwan^if. i biiu risi:)<r. ^j j^ yang kub. 

SuN-PraNT, ^ p Pt>.;^h. | Sunset, H^ '* J'"-**! place 

SuNDAv, |§^ |ij le pae ' o/'smi ptij J|,|c ^ «)"i kfih- 

i^K i H c*i«^ j-^- j SuNSHrNK, Sli iSI ^^> ^ 

Sun-dial, ^ J^i''^ '^^^'i ' S'^ou, R jflQ jih kwanej. 
j4r ^^ t'hob kwei,^ k wei, 1 To Bup, drink in, fl^ ho ; to 




i^3^kweiking,^;i^jihkwei. 

SUN-FLOWEB, (pj ^ 





h5 t'ang ; to 
k'clh wan 





sup broth, 
_^ catsuppor, _^ 
heang jih kwel, §| ^ kwci | fto, ^ ^ ft' y^^^g y^^" tS 
hwa, ^ H chaou kwei ; the i Superablb, BI^ ^ xfi^ 
heart of the eun-flower turns i ghing lib kw6. 
toward the sun, ^ /Cl^ i^ j Supkrabound, ^ '^^ 
Q kwel sin heang jth. j ^ yew che shin to,^ jjfU W 

Sundry, ^ V^ I'ng tsuy ; : |^ to urh yew yu. 



tsa j Superabundance, ^^ 



sundry places, jf^ fg^u tsa ■ 

ch'hoo ; sundry ways, ^ ^ Hug Ic, Jf^ ^ lang tseih, 

keying, ^ ^ shod yengj [ yew, "tl yin, ^|^ tsowyu, 

sundries, g g t«a ho j ^i fife « yfi- 

Sunk, ^ meen, J/l^ |^ 7jv j Supkrabundant, fjff haou, 
, chin hea shwiiy k'heii. j ^ yth, j^ Ij^ Ung yu, ^ 
Sunken eyes, j?|^ Q shin ehin to, ^^ t'hae to, ^ ^ 

>niih, g Hi <^i^b chwftng, B|| j ban to, ^ ^ ketii to, ^ § 

gow, Qgg hdw, ^ ^ yaou I shing to, )|g teaou, jl^ p»hae, 

k'heaou, ^ yabu, ^ yuen, ^ fow. 

Kkk 






To svH!I!»r,D, jHi§ ki« ficial knowledge, Bl yivt, t| 

"ii-g, * ?l- Jm )t '"» »»' 5 2 * '''■''°' °H if "S 

kEa uinz, J# ^ ls«»g ' teeo, g |J ueen •'^- *i,W_53S 

if ^ Jang Tib. Ken.h:lilsan,g,^^Eg 

SvpEiiA»M*TED, S ^ keen shih yelt h«n. 

kaou labu ; Bupetanounled offi- Slpebficies _f;_^shan| 

Slpebcabco, 5ff _fc, pan teih, ^ meen '^:^i^ fl5 

.bang,:Ji:?S'ip*j^ , ^IPfl:2;i5 y^* 'i»°s 

Si'FERciLiors, ^{CqE 7C k'liwd urli woo bow wei cht 
yen k'hwaog ta ■, a BUpercilious meen. 

look, 1& § pib keo, JtP lian, SrpEKFLriTT, $J ehiog, 
^^yangjen, Htgao":^ ^yS, jS Ife ^ y^. W >"''= 
i^ meaou she ; supercilioua 
deportment; 5^^ taze hwuy. 

StPEREMINENT,^^l»aOU 

keuD. ^^ chaou cho, ^ 
3ft cL'huli chiing, ^ mae, ^ 
3e pi "uy, (@( ^ k'hwei la 
~^ilj kaou cb'huh. 



i^«y«' 



^ cliaou yue yu chiing, ^ 

Supererogation, worka of, 
^ ^ ^ JlJj f«n '=^ =^« 

SlPEREXCELLENT, ^ jEa 

choyuc. ^j^cbolBCue, ^ 
;^\l^sliingk^ jintcih 

SurEHFlCIAL, ^ ^ lu.| 

Isiifen.O JL inecn siiane, pi 
tsein.^^fowciiay, "^-ff 



yu che sze. 

SiPEEFLuors, U ^ ;$! 
yf- kow yiing che wac. ^ ^ 
yu ibfug, "J> ^ hea slii'ng ; a 
BUpcrfluoua toe, ^ La, J5£ ^ 
S -fin, (siih cb% chuDg yay ; a 
superfluous cbaracler, $T^ 
ySn wan ; unQecesearj, ^ 
^ wo6 yiing. 

SuFERHUMAir, "^ kwae, 
llf @ shin kwae ; do. ap- 
pearances, @ ^ kwae 8uy, 
j^yaou. 

To SUPERINDUCE, 1^ foo, 
tU^ JL kea kS ebfing, 
1^ ahang, _t, ehang. 

To 8ur£Ri»TENn, ^ keen, 



^fowpNja;^-J^||t£^Uee«lin. 



Ian i superficial show, ff ^ 
fow hwa, ^ SS 6^ wa^ 
mauii lc:h ; a superficial en- 
<iujry, {^^ fan wan ; supcc- 



; i^ cbob 



Chen, ^shang^^^yu.psfi 
chang Ih ^Tieen, jj^t kwan, 
j^cbaou, IMM cbauukoo. 



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SUP 




Ij^ ^ chih chob, ]^ #. chth 
Ih, 1^ ^ chth chang^ ^ koo, 
yuckeen, ^^3'^''^'^ 
yu^) dS^ t'hung ling; to 
superintend the royal robes, 
j^ 3fi£ ^'^"y ® » ^^ superintend 
affairs, ^$ Ifesze^gglin; 
do. generally, ^ ^ keen 
she, ^^yusze. 

SUPKRINTENDANT,^ muh, 

Bj?|^keen tiih ; do. of cus- 
toms, ^ |§ S '^ f^^® ^"^^^ 
keen tuh ;do. of works, ^ Hi 

kung kung, ^ HI tuh kung ; 
the three superintendants, viz. 
of salt, justice, and money, ^ 
^ san sze ; superintendant of 
salt, M SM ^ ySn yun she ; 
superintendant of the Yellow 
river, ^ ^ tsung hd ; super-, 
intendant of a sacrifice, ^ Pj 
tse sze. 

Superior, one higher or 
greater, ]§[ ^ tsun chang, 

i5 sze la Dih, ^ ma«g) JE 






ching, jH tseiin, ^ k'h^ 



Jl^ keu shang chay, ^ 
leang chang, ^ ^ chang 
pei, ^^ kcun chang, ^ 
sung ; superiors and inferiors, 
^^ chang te ; when su- 
periors are virtuous, j^ ^ 
sung sh^n ; superior of a tem- 

P^>^3t f^"S chang ; su- 
perior of the Taou sect, 3g[ 
•j^ taou chang ; a superior 



scholar, j^ i teth sze ; su- 
perior in age, ^ J^ neen 
chang ; superior to common 
n^en, Wi^^K «hi'ng yd 
^"g j^n, Ul jRch'iih chiing, 
haou ; a superior man, 2^2 
^ ch'hoo ke ; superior officer, 
_1 15 shang sze, JMrI •ff 
shang sze kwan, J[^ ^ shang 
hecn,^^changl6 ; mindand 
body both superior, >r 88 r^ 
^ tsa6 maou keii sh^ * to be 
superior to, fl^ shing, ^ JQ 
tsae shang, ^ J[^ keu shang ; 
the superior principle of nature, 
Hf yang ; superior beings, Jffil 
P^ shin mlng. 

Superlative, 3S che, 
shod, :© tsuy, ^ k'helh, 
sha, JIJq tseue. 

Supernal, S P. 
shang teth, © Jl ^ , 
shang lag telh, ^ ^ 
tsze t'hcien lae teYh. 

Supernatural, abovt na- 
ture, T^ B^'chaou Sing ; that 
which man cannot bring about, 
and which is still effected is 
supernatural, \jl^^ 
BrfffB#^{fej^n»eth 
sb piih wei firh wet chay t'een 
yay ; supernatural appearances, 
]^ ^ yaou nee ; supernatural 
beings, ^ y^ chin jln. 

Supernumerary, tS^ kg, 
^ ^ ^^ ^^°S ! supernumera- 





».-.? :i;= SCP 

i»r^.im ^^ ?■';;; ^-^^ *? ■"■ ^ *«• 
g 13. vi. tr m- m. :" ' m It =^= :«. il « 

fh,«n ;'-■* . ;:" 

T>lT?E!Trt f^f^^ ■? ■ l-VT.ST ^ S Pob 

)fc fur;); sr.";n "iir.! k»« : 'm- Xi j-n. 

fw,M br, JR ^C S 15 f'^-? SrPPttMESTAL, 5g jQ 

JH "^ 'A''"- ^"'^«* ^^^y- S ^ # k'helh 

WJf!r^li(Kj.-n sa:r;L:;.-,z'^^ WT^ « k'M tiou ehiy, 

ylo :z*. ; 'lo. rTfldu:** to eocJ. *^\l 2 * k'how k'ba^h chiy. 

^ m fl| 1^ j:n sze wod _ To «rppucAT«. tf t«6u, 

toin^ : wiytr-Uiious awe.^ Iff ^ jf 'W 'ao'i. ^ ^ k>rh 

Unij fc•he^^M| ^ laau kacu, Jg 

S.-CX9.3TX.CCTCR8- |^ j^ -^■''- fl!l Ja, jfe 3^ khew 

Ti sLPKRvesE, ^ ^ '"VlsheHT. ^^kSnbliew; 

bw-'hyfew, M ft'pnlirai : assistance, ^ 

ToH.XF.H'.iszri^ Vt^ 1- i^k-h^-i?..-,:^: !3 siiivlicate 

cM. _ '""^'if. 9[,H ;.-an ffnan ; do. 

SrpiNB, n^jriir-r^ f^ ^ hap;.ine5s_ 1^ ^ fhS fuh ; 

hw.i?;Jte;:n. 1^ ^ iiiiayTh, do. rain. Hf ;|t ^ f^k'h4 

^;^^ (■: niAn. k'li.>w yii is:'.\ ■ d.i. blessings, 

SrppEtt. ^^wan ts'iian, D{ ^ diiih kea. 

^IgwAn far, B$J^wan Sr "Pi.T.iTin?*, jgj ehttb, 

™i ^ '"" S^ f"^: the W f^ X *'*''^ '"^"^ "'Sn. 

i; 8.p|«r;±^BjJS To =vpp,.v. j^ k.,h, « 

chc Wftn (s*l,nn. ^ Kiins ke!h. ^ tiling, ^ 

..rvr-..«^, |g ^ A |i "''"'>•. W/'i-^S •■>«■•; 

Ikia, @ ^ 1 1» »"Pply "i'h, ^ (S kiln; j : 




SUP 



1259 



SUP 



to supply deficiencies, xt m 
chaou pob, ]^ f^ tssse pob, 
^ pob ; to supply what is 

wanting, |fl ^ jl£ P^o puh 
tsuh ; supplies for the army, 
^S ^ keun seu ; to supply 
wants, l^chin, |^ ^ chin 
tflS, ^ pp chow t86, lis ^ 
chow tsd, ^ ^ tsg k'iiwan, 

* ^ «he ts^: fl}| t" Bhcn 
pin, ||g ^ chm t'hae ; to 
supply the wants of a country, 
J5^ §Q tsah kwo ; to supply 
what is necessary, ^ jig kiing 
yi'ng, H kdng, ^ pe, P^ 1^ 
pei pob ; to supply with food, 
^poo; to supply what has 
been omitted, im ^ pob e : to 
supply one's-self, ^ ^ tsz^ 

pe. 

Support. |^{? |^ Iea6u laft; 

a V^^Pi 1^ ^ ^^"8 cli^^o, ^ 
chang, ^>fefe chang choo, 

y*"?i 3S '^ ^^® ^'^^^) 
t""fe*iT^<^'»a"Cf ' "^ support nr 
dependance, ^ |IP ^ iS 
wo6 leaou wo6 lae; without 

support, j^ jEv^ng '^'^"P' 
the 8up[)ort of the state, >^^ 
tung leang. 

To srrpoRT, 1^ ^ ^^ 
thing. ^ ^ fod ch'hfi, $1^ 
ke^,^kee,:fescang,f^^ 
fookeS,^ he, ^ choo, ^ 
yang ; to support one's-self, 
!j^ (17 yang k'hbw ; to sup- 




port hy the arm, ff^ yth j to 
support by holding the arm8,]|g[ 
^ chan foo; to support one's- 
self by righteous conduct, ^ 
^ foo e ; to support on a 
frame, ^ ^ kea wiib ; to 
support life, ^ ^ yang san j 
to support one's parents, ^$ 
•^ yang foo mob, ^ 
yang ts'hin ; to sustain, ff^ 
fod choj ^ j^ tS po. 

Supportable, ]§^ ^ j^ 
tang tth k'hb. 

Suppose, ®kca, i^ ^ 
koo ieang, jg* k'hung, ^ |Q 
k'hung p'ha, g$ leang, £ ^ 
leangpem, lf)| p'bi, ^h«, 
^ffishSaeanft^Dtti 
swan, gg too, ?S SC «•>*• 
^Sj Hf ^seay, ^ chang ; sup- 
pose, for example, ^jg) tseay 
jo6; supposing that, j^ ^ 
tang j5 ; suppose now, j|j >5^ 
p& fang, WJaa P'h6 jod, j|^ 
JlU kea jod, ^ ^ shg jod ; sup- 
posing that. ^H^ jod jo, ^ 
^ kea j6, f| ^ kea shi, @ 

# P'»^^ ja» © IK »h5 hw6. 
TC she shi ; to conjecture, 
^,^85 chae tft ; supposed it 
to be )ii<3 own house, f^S Jw 
P, ^ jfn wet k^ »fi!h. 
SuppDsition, ^ ^ J21 

she she che yu . 
To suppress, m ya. ^ 
ya, H B chin ya, ^ 







3UP 



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SUR 





I'han ya. S ^ y^ c\rj? 
chin ja. 8 ,^sh:hf H. 

_. chin, SlBya fah, fli 
y ih ; lo suppress a cause, jjjj 
^^chin*gan : to suppress aa- 
•rchy. ^ ^ choo Iwan : lo 
suppress a smile. ^ ^1^ l^*^ 
teaou, ^ ling : to suppress 

alarm, H ^ ^^ '^'"S • ^ P^- 
dowD. US nf^ ya hea ; to con- 
ceal, 1^ chwang, ^ |^ 
chwang neih, ^ ^ pn inei : 
a suppressed smile, ^ ban: 
asuppressed voice,/f\^ seabu 
sbing. 

To SUPPURATE, and burst, 
g| j|9 wei Ian, jjfc |g '^^ 
cbing Dikng cburang, ^ 
sang n&ng. 

SCPREME, ^ J^ wod 
•hang, ^ J[^ the shang, ^ 
che kelh, ^ ^ the ta, 

^ che kaou, ^ ]^ che 

tsun ; the Supreme, *^ tc, Jq 
^ shang l^, ^ 55 _t. ^ 
haou t'heen shano: te. s P 
^ hwang shang te, ^ 
t'heen te, ^ ^ ^ 
hwang t'heen shang te, Jt 
shang, 5^ t'heen ; the Taouiets 
use for the Supreme, 3E ^ 
yuh hwang, J: 1^ shang 
chin, ';fs^ J^ Vha6 shang, 3g 

M,^ ^ y^h hwang t'heen 
te ; the Buddhibtg use, "^ ]M 
t'heen isun, ^ ^ t'|,£cn te. 







??' F.?.. T S ::•: • ko:>. :3jA 
Vfi ^"'^b wic, ^ ^ jfnj t'hb. 

:5c '^ '-^^ -^^ J — ^ y -^^ 

ii'nz. R» ^ t'binj tin?. ^ 
^ win ung: sure-footed, 
Wi] iC^^ le:h la : surelr, 
@ .^ '^-oo j^m. Q ^ tsze 

SrRETY. fl^ ^ paou kca, 

i f^ft chob pabu, TC RR **^ 
pabu. ^ ^ Chung pabu, J§ 
^ tan pabu ; to be surety for, 
^jin^tS^P^^ouyn^^^bu 

ScRF,J^hung, :^^<JB 
^ hae shway tang yung. 

Surface, @ mijen : the 
upper surface. J^ Q shin* 
raccn : the lower surface, ~f^ 
^ hea meen ; surface of the 
water, ^^Qshwuy raecn : sur- 
face of the earth.Jfll® tc raecn. 

Surfeit. ^ %h TC 
shlh yin t'hae to, ^^ 
shih che shang wei. 

Surge, JC 4^^ '^"?- 
SuRGEOy, w ^ c sane, 

I wae k'ho seen sang, y\^ 
I ^ ^ wae k'ho e sang, 
! ^ ^ wae k'ho Iga. 

Surgery, ^f* ^ wae k'ho. 

Surgical practice, yf» ^ 
wae k'ho i. 

Surly, ^, ^ g6 p'heth, 
, ^J W 1^ '^^) ^ •fife p6 si'nsr. 






SUR 



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SUR 



m 



kwei too, ^ J^ taiin too, '|^ ^ Surprise, $f f^ tsS go. 

tsiln, l@ 6 , to 8urmit<e correct- To surpbisjs, w M? king 

ly, ^ ^ na wan. i heafe, J^^king ya ; surprised. 

To SURMOUNT, ^jfishing.^heae, j^ ^ heae i, ^ 

kw6, ]iS ig yue kwoTm Sj K? g» j^n, ^ft ^ g^ e^^ih i to 
chaou ch'huh. . be surprised at, ^ ;^ kwae 

Surname, ^ she, ^si'ng, che. 
f^ fl^ sing cbe ; double do. Surprising, ^^ k'b6^, 
^fefuhsfng, ^^ moo fii ^ ch'huh k'ii^ ; sur- 
yung ; name and surname, ^ ' prising ! ^ ^ kwao tsae, J^ 
^ sing mlng. ' ^ ^ ^ Is^b wet kwa^. 

To SURPASS, ^-^ chaou . To surrender to a foe,^ 
cho, ^ ^ chaou keiin, ^ |^ I'how keang ; to surrender 
ka^, ^ kwb, ^ kwa, 5i|^ to government, ^ *5| t'h6w 
le^n 16, 4- M ^^'^ ^''^ 'M S . <^li'»"g» lit US kwei fuh,flg 






mae chimg chaou keun, 
IP Bhing, M ^ ch6 yue, Jg 
t'ang,^t6, ^ pa, ^{^ ixiuh,2^ 



fuh hea ; to surrender to one's 

creditors, ^MM ^ kea 

,^^^,^^^ ^ . . san tsfn tseue; to summon 

mow, ^ ^ kea chang, ^ , any to surrender,^ p^ chaou 

to kwo, i^ jj^ chaou yuc, \ keang ; to surrender up a 

I che, ^ she ; to surpass charge, ^ ^ ch<S 8z£ ; to 




surrender one's-self to justice, 
|t| g* ch'huh show. 

Surreptitious, '^ tseen, 



the age, ^ -jg; kae slie, {Jj 

)^ ch'huh chdng; a surpassing 

hero,^^6hee. 

^^ Surplice, ^t^ ^a e, ^ ; JfSfj^gan tsbw, Q %t, tsze 

^^ kea sha, ^S 3» Ir^'A sha • sze. 



kea sha ; 
a sort of hairy surplice, ^ 
^ te che ; to take the surplice, 

^ ^ pe na ; the surplice is j jabu'Q wet, ^ wei,^ hwan, 
the best defence afjainst iusult, ! ^ ko, "Qi }§ paou kw5, I^J 
^ 5^ ^ jS ^ ^ ^^^ ^'^^ chow ; to surround a hill, 
wet jin juh k'bae. |J4 jabu shan ] they surround- 

Surplus, Bj^ ke, ^^ cd the bridge gate, P| ]^ P5 
stieu yu^ ^J shing, ^ k'he. hwan keaou raun ; surround- 



sze. 

To SURROUND, ^ § chow 

vvel, ^ hwan, 3^ hwan. 




ling, ^ yen, J^ kcaug, ed him with soldiers, J^ £c 
ii^^ y"; ^ ^ yi^* shiug. i ^ /^ ^ pi"o w^^ che ; Hur- 



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rounding wall, ^ Jg wei 
t«eang, ^ § chow hwati. 

SuRTorT. ^ "fC cbaou e 
^ ^ wae I'iiaou. 

To SURVEY, fl^ JJ9 keen 

y««, ^ H y«" *^wan , |g| tE 
she kwan, ^ ^ chen keen. 
ffl K yu5 Ian, ^ peih, fll^ 
ie ; to survey with anger, ^ 
]|j|hftn8he; to survey leisure- 
ly, ^ ma, iH jj£ ''^"'tlJj^i ' 
to purvey one aiiorhei, ^ ^H 
gac Seang; to survey thcuniaiU 
cr stales, ^ <J> ^ too scaou 
kwo i io suivey all under 
heaven. §J^ "P kwan t'becn 
hea; to purvey extenFiveiy.j^^ 
3K keen she] gf |^ W'an| 
Ian ; to survey trooi>s, ^ J^ 
yue ping ; to survey a coast. 
^^TfCt'luin sha shwuy ; 
to survey land, ^ [^ j^ 
Icang te«n te, ^fi:^]^ 
cbang Leang te mow ; to sur- 
vey narrowly, ^ ^si k'han. 

To SURVIVE, \§[ •/^ shang 
hw5, ^ ^ «hang tsui), 5^ 
50E hwan tsad, Jg ^ hwan 
yew ; he survives to the })r«- 
sent day, ^ ^ ^ ^ che 
kin hwan tsae. 

Susceptible, ^ ^ ^ 
i kan chay. 

To fiUSCITATE, ^ ^ fiih 

hw6, % ^ fah sang, |g ^ 
soo ming. 





To ^rsPKCT ^j^jljgchaee. 
^ e hwo, Si V g tow, 

ph.i, f j\ I'hlh, fij I'haon. ^ 
,© chae ke : a suspected per- 
son, irf ^ ;^ A k^hb a 

che jin. 

To SUSPEND, ^ teaou, 
kwa, ^ kwd;^ tee, j^ 
heuen kwa, ^^ j|^ keaou 
heuen. ™§g heuen wang, |^ 
|55 heuen he. ij^ wci, ^ 
k'hj'sn . to si.ap-end a musical 
stone, ^ ^ heu*= J k'hing ; to 
*^^"=) ^h. rY; shang (eaou ; to 
suspend upside down, ^l] U|j 
tabu heuen ; to suspend in 
vacuo, j^ SJ5 heuen k'hung ; 
to suspend from the top of 
thij door. S^ ^ P5 _t hcuSn 
yft mun yhang ; do. from a 
benni, ^ ^ heuSa leang ; to 
suspend an officer from duty, 

ciiil), sip. ^ kih chih : to bus. 
pend, or dcfc;, {|^ |^ ting 
Uw, if Ifcungchi, ^^ 
tsan tiugj to 8US))end work, 
^ X ling kung, ^ JC pa 
kung. 

Suspense, ^ ^ kwa 

nefen, ^ S kwa 6, ^ H 
kwa leu ; to be in suspense, 
^ ^ chow chod ; suspense, 
kept in, ^ ^ k'een kwai 
kwa d, ^/(j^ kwa sio, 





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SWA 







kwa leii, ^ ^ kwa ne^n. 
Suspension bridge, j^ 
,,^^ liang keaou, ^^;^j^ heueii 
tang ; BU8|>en8ioii of irms, Jf; 
^ ^ che kan ko. 

Suspicion, ^ J^ S sin, 
;^^ hoo 6 che e, 

1^ ^ be^n ft, '^ been, SS 
k'hung, \j^ j^ lob mang, ^ 
tee • suspicions and dislikes 
^ ^ bedn ft ; saspicions in- 
creased, ^ ^ ^ ^ chae ft 
ytb sbiii. 

Susricious, ^JU ^boo ft) 
^^^0 ^, 0^^ha6u 
^l>wo, $IJc]^ boo hw6, 

keu, ^1^' ^ yftw yu, 

ft bwo, ^ fl^ cbin sbbl,^ ^1^ 
k'heen, p leu, ^ i^ keen 
k^. ^^^seft, |i@y6w 
yew ^^ ft Uiw, S.^E '^^^ 
ft ; very suspicious, ^^ ^^ to 
ft ; a suspicious mind, i^ ^ 
^^ sin to ft ; to be suspicious 
of, ^ g^ cbae ya ; suspicious 
appearances, ^ ^ pT ^ 
h!ng tselb k'hb ^, ^ ^ "fe 
yew ft sih, "^f ^ k'hb ft. 

To SUSPIRE, §^ ^ t'han 
setb. 

To SUSTAIN, ^ j® fo6 

fc'he, ^ ^od hea, ^ j^ 
tan b6, ;M ^ foo bd, -^ jin^ 
k'ban, |i| ke^, ^ keen| 
keen, ^ klh, |^ sbfng, 

L 





_ tan, Myu, IJ* ting, 
<an, ^ 'g* kih tang, ^ wei, 
^ cbinjT, ^ ^ cbing tsae, 
^te,^ylb, j^i)e, ^pr 
^n Utng, i^cboo, 1^ yi",|ft 
M pjhft fod, ^ cboo, ^ e, 
"^ J^ ts2e keen ; to sustain 
with the hand, j^ maou ; to 
sustain under calamity, ^ ^ 
fob tsae; how can I sustain it. 
^U^^hoh krb tang ? 
unable lo sustabi it, ^^ 
^ pt tan tang pub cbooj "" 





^ jig lang pub k'he . to sus- 
tain a burden, 1^ 1^ tan bo, 
^ Ip^ tsan foo ; lo sustain a 
t charge, ^ ^ tsib jin, ^ 
wei, 'Q- tsze ; to sustain the 
duties of an office, ^ ^^ tslb 
jfn ; to sustain one's-self, ^ 
-^ tsze sbbw ; to sustain the 
expectations of people, pS 
A ^ dci IS ying jin cbe 
ch^ wang ; to sustain life, '^ 
^ ^ ^ *8ii" ke sang mfng. 

Sustenance, ^ fS yu»g 
leang, ^ ^ y^n sbih. 

SuTLEii, ^ ^ mai pan. 

Suture, 1^5^ fuug tselb. 

Swaddling bands, ^ ^ 
lac tsze, SH w 'jT cben tae 
tsz^^ '^ ^ ■;J* paou tae tsze, 
j^ ^ ^ -^ cben kwb tao 
tsze ; just out of bid swaddling 
clothes. ^ 1^ ^ ^ cl.i^ 
mebii keaitg pabu. 
II 



SWA 



1264 



SWE 





To SWAGGER, ^ cha, 
I yadii pafi, |^ ^ pad ehbwj 
^ ^ tsaou pe, ^ she, ^ 
P|C paou haou, ^ ^ kwo ta J 
a swaggering gait, ^ ^ wel 

8, ^Sl y^" Pa^, B # 
seangyang, ^^ yaou yadu- 

Swallow, ij{b -^ yen isze' 

a swallow's- tail, j|g seaou; 
8 wallow-tailed, ^ |? y^" 
tseen ; a swallow's neck, ^ 
^ y^n ban ; a female swal- 
low, ^ tsuy. 

To SWALLOW, ^ "T^ ^ 

t'hun hea k'heii, ^ h«, ^ 
bea, n^ keYh, ^ tsan, ^ tsan, 

^shlh,|j^yin, l^tsan,pJL 
hang, tg| tan, ^C ^ hea 

ylb, 11^ yen ; to swallow like 

a whale, ^ ^ king t'hun . 

to swallow down, 1^ "fC yen 

bea, )]@ycn, ^yen- unable 

to swallow, ^ xf'i "1^ Hi 
yen pub hea too, ^5 ^ 1^ 
keth piih hea ; to swallow an 
insult, B^ ^ keth k'hwei ,- to 
swallow greedily, ^ t'han ; 
to swallow one's words, ^ 
^ shth yfen ; to swallow the 
wrong way, ^ |^ ts'bo bow, 
H^ tseth; swallow-root, |5( 
pth wei. 

Swamp, lUfM^M^ 
■ban keen been ne te. 

Swan, Jli ^ bfing kiih, 






hwang kiih ; wild do- 
or hoopoo, pi^ kiih. 

Swarm of insects. §^ min ; 
a swarm of bees, ^ ^ 2P 
meih fung keun. 

To SWARM, ^^ ^1 keun 
tseth. 

Swarthy face, ^ ^ hth 
mcen, ^^^meen kan. 

To SWATHE, J^^H;^ 
e tac chen che. 

Sway, ^ ^kwan hea, 
^^ II cIj6 Ilea, ^ ^ kwo 
t'hiing ; under one's sway, yg 
1^ ch& hea, ^ "fC show hea, 
•j^ "pt kwan hea ; to have the 
«^ayi # li tth keuSn, ;^ 
^ ping keu6n ; to be under 
the sway of another,!^ ^ ||| 
fiih k^ keuen. 

To SWAY, ^ '^ chang 
kwan, {@ ^ king 1^ ; to sway 
the sceptre, ^ 3^ f ^ cbih 
keuSn pfng. 

To SWEAR, ^ ^^ fa she, 

%he, ^^k'heshe, fSl 
shw6 she, Bt 5£ t'hoo 
chow, 5^ 52JI # too chow 
fa she, |jj[ ^ k'ba she, SJC 
M sha heuc, ^ sh6, ^ ]^ 
sh£ yu^n, $It ^ @ chan ke 
t'h6w ; to swear falsely, p 
^^ shwokeash^, ^ 
Wang she ; to swear profanely^ 
vSL ^R a Iwkn fa she ; to 
8 wear and vow. ^ ^ ]^ fa 





SWE 



1265 



SWB 



Bh6 yuiti ; he swore that they 
would not stand together, ^ 
;^ ^ Ite 8h(5 piih kiing leih; 
swearing, E ^06. 

Sweat, ff han, Jjjjp yth ; a 
cold sweat, ^ JJ* lang han ; 
all over in a cold sweat, — • 

^^W 7^^ ®'*'" ^^"6 '^*^"- 
To swKAT. lij yf cli'huh 

han, ^yp fa han, ^Jf 
lew han ; to sweat all over, 

3il Mr ^ tF ™wan shin she 
han. 

Sweden, ^^ ^ suy kwSj 
^l^^lan k'hSkw6. 
y To SWEEP, iTi^ ta 8a6u, 
^ saou, ^sne ; to sweep the 
ground, j^ J^ saou te ; to 
sprinkle and sweep, ^ 5^ 
shae saou ; to sweep away, 
^ hwiiy, i^ fiin, ^ chow ; 
to sweep away filth, ^ fua^ 
^ sha ; to sweep away he- 
terodox sects, ^ ^ M i^ 
saou chod e twan ; to make a 
clean sweep, J^ pK m6 sha, 
^ seue, fiv fun, ^ fnn ; to 
sweep the hold, i^ J^ saou 
tsang. 

Sweet. Ijgt'heen,^ kan, 
^yin,#t'hae,-{|^yen, P 
yen, |f| mel, |i^ chun, 
teen ; a sweet sleep, H 
kan ts'hln ; pwcet taste, y 5jC 
kan w^, "^ "^ kan che ; 
sweet wine, "j^ ^ chfe tsew, 












hw6, HIB 6, @i le, 
le tseuSn ; sweet as honey, „^ 
J^Q ^ t'heen jod raelh ; sweet 
rain^ '^ ^ kan choo ; a 
sweet mouth, ^ p'heth, fU 

k'hbw heang ; sweet words, 
. . "g kan y4n, W f^ ^ 
^ y&n szd Wan hd ; sweet, 
affable, ^ ^ wan jdw, ^ 
^ wan hd ; sweet cakes, ^ 
^ e meih ; sweet dews, ■y* 

kan I06 ; a sweet smell, 

fgan tW ^ ^ she shS. 
Sweet BASIL, ^jow, ^ 

^ tsze 800. 

Sweet brier, ^ ^ ftJ 
yue ke hwa. 

Sweet PLAG^Sjf tsan, Pfl 
yang, ^ yang, mIM ch'hang 
Pob, M M >^een 1^ ^ 

Sweetmeat, ^ ;^ t'ang 
kb, ^^t'hangkwb;sweeU 
meat made of wheat and sugar^ 
^ h'heu, ^ "tt* ^ mlh kan 
chuh. 

Sweet orange, ^^y ^^ 
sha kelh, "^ ^ kan kc^h. 

Sweet pearl, Jjr ^ sha 
•^1 'H' ^ kan tang. 

Sweet-scented, ^ jg 
heang me). 

Sweet-william, ^^j^ 
tseen peen Id. 

To SWELL, ^ 2^ chun^ 
Chang, ^1: tuy, g neS, ^ {^ 
^ yu"g) SE fe ^ chung 



gwi ia>i swi 

h:n : *«:iTd .i»-t a drors |^ r*oKi f^ bwo. ^ eta. ^ 

fl»^ •?> -Lrt : ST- :.-i -?: 51^ 5^-': $ -'> -^^wanj. ^ 

J|Efa'-..r tar.r- **'- f>^^ ^ *^^i. ^ 

Stel-^g.^ - in?. ^ ir-i ^ i*^. H^ '^If Mx S 

chaD? ^ ^ ::jn b -^ ?f ^ ^^:-- '^ b. |t ^'^^l^Sf '-' S 

chan?: a drc^ka! iwriDjj.r V**h. 7^ u'L^rn "^ i#^, ^ 
JJC ^ ebwcT chc.n% : sweJ- fun. ^ uaa. ^ k^Oe : a 
ling from w*akn«=, ,^ ^ swift vind. g ^^ m^^ 
Hea rhan; : swellit»g word:>. fun?: ».? swift as th« winds, 
^ "^ yinz yen: «wei!xB? ^ Ml i*«w fting; ewifiaian 
and ready lo burst. ^ heaou. arrow. 5^ •l*c- 
?^ P^^^ ^ F^^O'J h-?aou : To swill, gj; chu?, ':fcft 
swell. ng with gri-^f- ^ f« : la choc : to swill «oup. g[g[ 
r:>mi'if£"e a swellinz, jQ |^ cbo^ thang, 7^ ^ fin shun^ 
fl-aou c'nane ; a swelling of To swix. y^ tsew. 
Uj^ fe€U 1^ chuy, %% chuy. tocw, ||^ yew. ^ f >w, 
heang, 1^ fei ; do. of ibe takw. :^ lan : lo float on the 





hhdorcifin,^ p5ng. ^ ^n?. surface of uhe water. ^ f^ 

g-f §Ipan2 h'an?. ^ S 2^ >JC j^ ^^'^ '^°? shwny 

«--nz k'ob chan^. 'S !"W'. ^^ shane; to swim wiih ihs 

^ l«:y Irh. ^ ^^ [*^D2 stream. l^j^^JJ say p'ho 



lipnj. -.t^^ chane. ;;C T^"?. chuh l.^w : b'jll in swimniinz. 



S^ ^^ fall chiin^. ^p^ pin?: ^ jjf^ ;7^ yiuig yu U^w ; a 

sw€:Ilin:; on the H'^rk. ^^ i§ 9wiin:iiing in the head.§J^|[ 

^^^% *iA-^» T^^Vf* 

leu leth. ^ lr:-.v. r^ vin?. ]gl th^w heu'n. 

y""g- ffl P'hunsf. ^^hwuy, Swindlf.. ^kwa^. ^ ^ 

H^ l^Th : a swelling on the kwae p*heen, j^ ^ kwan 

face, f§ paou, ^ kcw ; a P he^^n, ^ ^ plh chwang, 

swelling of tlie lees, ^ chun. |p^ k'hwang p'heen. 

To SWERVE from the right Swivhler, fjj ^ kwai 

way. 4^ff^sbih chfng taou. iszc, 3fc tS kwang kwan, 

SwiFT,i^khwa^.^ueih, ^ ^ chung taou, ^^ f^ 

j^^ tselh sfi<i, IS *{^k'ing kwang keo. 



swo 



12G7 



SWO 





Swine, g^ cbc, 
choo lay, ^^ she, ^^ yusn, 
^ cbe, ^ hwan ; a swine 
rooting up the ground, ^ |^ 
M ab^ kefih t^. 

flttL jilt" 

Swing, f0[ ^ ts'ew ts'een. 

To SWING, Jr?^ ^ ta 
ts'hew ta'heen, ^ ]^ shing 
he ; to Bwiner backwards and 
forwards, S^ ^ peen Been, 
I5f' seen ; to swing about the 
arms, ^ t'heaou, ^ chaou, 
JH ^ yaAu show j swinging 
about, i^seen. 

Switch, ^g chuy, 
chwa, ^^ chwa, ^ pecu, y;,^ 
le, ^ peen ; small switch,^ 
mci, ^^ chwa, ^ seay, >|n 
j^ ^ seabu peen tsze. 

Swivel, j@[Uj:^k6 Shan 
p'heaou. 

Swollen,^ peg, ^BM 
p'hang chang, ^ ^ hin^ 
ching, )^ 1^ pang hangr, | 
kw6,lfHS^luy tliy, )j| fe 
heaouchung, Q^^ pang kang, 

^K y^^^S 5 ^^*® *^y^® swollen 
from weeping, ^ffQ^ 

m 

keih lirh miih chung. 




Swoon, iVr flg sin hwan. 




J^ ^ sin hwang, iCi> g| 
sin fa hwan ; in a swoon, ^ 
^ P^ ^ hwan pdh fo6 t'iife. 
Sword, J] taou, ^ jin, 
WS pTh 1^ M^ PSen 
choo, pj^ keS ; a small sword. 




77 ^ taou tfzb, 4^ 77 

seabu taou ; a great sword, ^ 
Jl ta taou ; an ornamented 
^ord, 5g 77 pabu taou, ^ 
j^ low ying, ^ ^ hwa 
fung ; a double sword, ^ 
% SlI ehwang kob keen, 
.,_^^ tszehoun^ kedn ; 
a iwo-edged sword, "jlj] keen, 
^ypm6yay,J|5f77 
leang jm taou, z=l ^ Jj 
san fung taou ; single do. 77 
Uou ; a sharp sword, ^l] g5 ; 
the sword of the executioner, 

BA 71 ?^w ^^^^ ) ^ hanging 
iworJ, ^ yj yaou taou ; 
sword exercise, f|p 77 ^^ 
taou ; to draw a sword, ^ 0J| 
pa keen ; to put to the sword, 

^ 77 ^ ^ < taou sha 
meS ; sword-belt, ^ hw5 ; 
sword and buckler, j^ ^ 
ke^n k'hae ; a sword studded 
with gems, ^ ^l] pabu keen ; 
a sword wound, 57'ch'wang ; 
a sword-fish, ^^,^ chin 
tsiiy ya, ^ J^ ke^n yfl ; a 
8 word cutler, i^ ^ t'hadu 
she ; the sword plant, ^ fob ; 
sword grass, j^ ^ p!h ke!h, 
^ ^ ^.^^ 'ang J a sword 
with bells) ||^ 7!7 '^^" ^^^ i' 
names of swords, ^ J^ kan 
tseang, || ^ Iflng tseuftn. 

Sworn brothers, M 7u 5Rt 
ming heung tc, Uj ifc 31 ^ 



SYM 



126S 



SYR 



sha beiie heung te. gan pitg tcilt U&6u. 

StCAMORE-TREB, i^ ^ TosYMPATHizR.l^^rm 

fung shoo : a sort of sycamore seTh, ^ w fun yew, ^ 

tree, ||^ ^ fung 6h5. tcaou, 3gt^ yew seuh, ^ 

Sycophant, j^ che, ^§ shoo, ^ min ; to Bympathize 

§S ^!Mi 'Cl -^ ^'^^"^ ^^^^ I ^^^'^ '" J^y ^"^ sorrow, ^ ^ 
kung yue che jm ; a crawling , ^ fjfff ^ ^ ^^^ ^^^ '^ urh 
sycophant, J^ j(^ how raei. yew ke yew ; sympathizing, 

Sycophantic, Hq^ «i"ff ^ yin. 
hing, i^ sefih, P iJi # Sympathy^ [ij ijt tfing 
chen met chay. ts!ng, Ij^t IW ^ W s»°« 

Syllable, ^ ^ ts'heg tslnghohS, J© K^ tsze pei. 
yin, ^ia^fun yin ; the sylla- ; Symphony, ^ §^ ^Q ^ 
bio mode of spelling, K*^ ts6wloh6yin, ^ Steffi 
fan ts'hee. yin yiin t'heaou ho, ^ ^ hd 

Syllogism, ^ ^ /C mP , y^"- 
t'huy liin che sze, 3^ ^ '^ Symptom, ^ yf^ pfng 

PI peen p6 che szS, ^jf 3^ chwang, ^^ ping she. 




py chetecheyfen, in^ 
8anke61iJn,f||ig|-.|^ 
t'huy Iiin yih t'hwan. 

Sylvan, ^ ^ |^^ shod 
l;n telh \\i'^Z.ik Shan 
Itn che maou ; sylvan fauns, 
fgfil^lemei. 

Symbol, fE ?^ ^^ haou, 
Q peabu baou. 

To SYMBOLIZE, 




»**fs 





d^ 





gan 




hwdy 



Synagogue, *§" 
tang. 

Synod, -^ ^ hwuy ^, ^ 
'^ kung hwiiy. 

Synonyme, i 
urh Isze tung ^1 pj ^ ^ 
S^ t'hfing e che tsze. 

Synopsis, ^ S^ keen led. 

Syntax, i^W^^^^ 
shoo wan fa. 

Syphilis ^^yangmel. 

Syphon/)q che, "^ *^ 

low che, J^Blchefe, 



chfe, g;^ ^ she p'he. 

Symmetry, jfQ^IC;^ , 
Beang & che maou, h "7^ M 



^, shang hea suang ch'hing. | ^^^^ che ; a wine syphon, ^^^ 

Symmetrical, ^ ^ I '^ ^^^ ^'^® ^ *^ water syphon, 
seang^ch'hing, ^g «^ sennir ' ^ JHshwiiy che. 

Syringa, lilac, ^^^ 
chow woo I'hung. 




|^!?>ffli8' 8'*o"g tiiy. fl3 
Bi^^^6^>t?«cangymg 



TAB 



1269 



TAB 




Syrup, f^^K ^'^ng shwuy, 
...^ ^ A tseen y6 chlh, ^ 
tseang. 

Sysbe-silver, ^^Bze 
y^^, ^ ^ wan yln, ^ ^^ 
s6 sze, ^ ^ tsiiy yln. 



System, ^ IJS ;J, j[>' 
tsze seii che sz^; system of 
government, j^C "F '^ F^'en. 

To SYSTEMATIZE, Ifc pc- 
SZE-CHUEN, ES^'^^Z ^'^^ 



j.' 



'/i^ I 



\ , \ .. . J » » . 









Tabasheer, tT p[ chuh seuen . a table used in sacri- 
hwang,^f>i-|^ t'hsen chuh . ficing/:^ k'hwan, }j^ chaou ; 






hwang. 

Tabernacle, ^ y5, 
moo lib. 

Tabernce, montana coro- 
naria, ^ J^ ?S ^bw yay 
hwa. 

Tabes mesentkricvs, ^ 

kan tselh. 
Table, ^ ch6, ^ ^cho 
tsze, ^ ^ cho gnan, JTf^ ^ 
ke gnan, J^ selh, ffl] hing ; 
tables and chairs, f^ jj^ e 
cho, ^ seay ; to sit al table, 
^ ^ selh tso ; at the table, 
t{J selh chung ; sitting at 
the same table, (^ ^ tung 
seth ; to sit down at table, /> 
jiih selh ; a low table, [^ 
-^ kangr cho tszA. ; a high 
table, j^ Jt\^ kaou ke, Jti '^^j 
J[j is kfe cho ; to lean on 



the table, ^ )L y»" ^^ J * pob, P5^ ™un tselh, 
square table, ^ 1 W ^ pa . keen chan,7^^ch'hlh tseth, 
seen clio ; a round table, '^iJ^ftU ch'hih t'hiSh ; a stone 





table talk, g$ seih hwa ; 
to strike the table, ^ ^ pTh 
gnan ; to lay the table, ^ 

M pas cho, ®;^^ Pao 
ta^ tsze ; to wait at table, fl^ 
^ fuh sze ; a table in front 
of a couch, ?|^ e, ^ e ; a ta- 
ble-cloth, ^ jfff chd poo, ^ 
moo; table front, ^^ chd 
wel, ^ ff^ ch6 wel ; a table, 
or index, Q §^ miih liih ; do. 
used in meteorology, ^3 
muh gan ; a table, (list) f 
^ poji tseih ; table-land, 
^ j^ kaou Chang t6, j^ 
yuen, ^p |^ ping yuSn, ^ 
yu ; a table mountain, ^ |f^ 

-t ^ S ]JC ^^ao" "^'^ ^'^^"g 
ping yue wuh. 

Tablet, )i^chan, j^ ^ 

pae pang,^ |}^ )gj| se5 t«5, | 






TAG 



IZlJ 



TAl 




lable, ^ pe: Sp cha : laLblei 
(for wriiingj ^ cba : '^lei 
of ceremoDT, ^ hwlh : ubl«i 
over a door. ]^P^^^ S 1^ 
pSfen glh, ^ §^ keen seen : 

an elegant tablet, fc ^p£ **^* 
cban : tablet dedicaiiid lo an- 
cestors, if ^ sh^n sze. ^ 
^ hwan peaba. f^ kwei. ]^ 
leTh ; a tablet of population, ^ 
g^ k-haa seen ; a front tablet, 
Slg^tegth 

Tabour, ^j^ ^ seabii kob. 
*|^ |g[ hwa^ kob. 

TAC.T.Stitra^imlb,^ 
keen uiTli, ^jS ^ puh yen. 

Tacitlrn, ^ pr keen 
k'hbw, ^52 1^ chin mTh, ^ 
^ kwa yen, ^ ^ = puh 

to ye«. ^ ^ ih S Piih 
liabu to tsuy. 

Tackusg of a ship, ^ K 
W W '^ w chwan shaiig 
she yiing che wiih. 

Tack, ^^ hwan tsz^, 
^ ^ kow uze, ^-jpk^how 
isze ; a tack, (small nail) /]> 
"J" scabu ting, ^p fei. 

To TACK on, j^ ^ ^ 
sliang k'how tsze, ^ Jl ^ 
•^ k'how sh^ng new tsze ; to 
•ew together, ^ ^ 2?5 fung 
•^''^c 1^) ^ — i^ fang yTh 
ling ; to Uck ship, ^ ^ fin 
tsaou. 

Tackle of a ship, S0^ 



Ico pang. 

Tadpole, j^ ^ kei keae, 
^ if ko tow,^ §^ ko tow, 
i^ ^ hw6 tun?. ^^ kw5 
lunr, 4Cii}\'$^ shwuysecn 
laze, ^ kwo, ]g^ ^ heugn 
ohin. ® & ,^Juy kang ya, 
[g" ^ hcueu yii, j^ ^ h«n 
cLin ; the tadpoles move 
briskly abou^ £ff 5^ ^ S 
ko tow bwo (dng ; the tadpole 
character, f^- ^ ^ k'ho tow 
tsze. 

Tael of silver, — ^^ 
^ yih leang yin tszi. 

Tageti^s. the French ma« 
rygold, f$ ^ 3^ wan show 
keiih. 

Tail, ^g wei, ^§ ^^ wci 

'"^i M «!*'«* F*i ^ ffi ^«' 
pa ; a tail, j^ 16 ; the tail of 

a bird, ^ "oo, J^^neabu 

'wei ; tail of the Great Bear, 

t':J peaou,-^:!^ tbwpfng; 

tail of a fish, ^ sin : the tail 

of a coat. 




keu 



tail, 




suite, Jg boo. 
Tailor, ^^ tsaSffing, 

A ffingjin, ^502 64 
chlng e teih ; the tailor bird, 

X ^kun? tseo, ;^ -^ tafiu 
; t8e6,^ ^ wa sang, H ^^ 
j ning keue, 1^ keaou, Mf foo, 
4^ §^ Ueaou meaou, y^ ^ 
nyu tseang, ^^J^ ^ k'eabu 
fuo neabu, Mffli tseaou leaou. 



> <M 



TAK 



1271 



TAK 



nee, 



Taint, stain, jfjlj^ chen ' ^ necn, ^ ngen. ^ 
woo ; infection, *^,^ ^ dien j-j^ seur-, ^ tahow, 3?^ t3cu«, 
Jell ; spot. J^ Pj^' part teen. ^^ Iriitlf to trJce np with tlio 

To TAiNT^jjj^ •^ jo,, woo ; lingers, ^ Icir::, j^^ yin- I'lj 



to infccl, 17 ;]^ 

To TAKK, ]|^ iseu. J(j^show. 
^ ts.-.inir^ ^ leo, ^ lull) ^ 
8n, ^ seen, ^ 8li«, ^ clia. 
^Ij^cliiutsen, ^y5, ^ 
i^ «»oo (sell, ^^ ^ t8iS«5 I8<»n. 
^* H tseJi lull, ^ san, ^ 
tseaon ^ keam,, ^ i<e, ^ 
8cr,j^kciir..ff tc;^ycn. 



po, 




ctiili 




hin^j wan, chaou, j^fe leuli, M f;{; iJcn 
ee-^n, $^^ keQii, ^f nah, ^ 
iso^to lake with the bands, 
{If iiH.::.^to take in the hand, 
^ ^ hi ta.5, ^ kaef to take 
ii|i ill the hollow of the hand, 
liJl^l^^cshbwkeuhwuh, 
^<^ pow^ to take by thft hand, 
Ifl ^ rhTh show, ^ H% crTh 
wan,i^^|y|iy«j» wail. M^ 
liwuy ehbw, -jfs y^'^\']% k'liih, 
tf^ t'h.iou^ to lake in hand, 
1^ ^ tSLing k'h '»• p to ta*cc 

uiult;r the arm, ^V ^^''^ ^ 
kea^to lake hold of in the 
middle, JJip^lJ^ ye nc.%to take 
holdofwiih the nails, jlv f -J 
jabu did, IqI kciiii^to take a 
hamlftil of. in ordor to indite, 
^^^^s'^^-^w yowiiii. ^'^ 
hoen^to take hold of a siafT, ^ 
kcTli, ^tf: tsuli, j^shr,, ^ t\ i ;j^ chuen diang^to lak« IkiUI 
t^ neA ^ see, ^ to, |^ [ of the nafie of tlie ncrk. ^ ^ 

kwei, j^ kin. f^ »*'''»»'» +/L t8^"»l» '>^^«>41^ it ^I ^^^'^ kd 
kew, ^ cha, f^ !ri»an jjjj e^ kuij^ f to lake hold of the Iiair 

^tsze,:^fan,f^t^\eaon.ofthe hrad, ^ M^ ^^»S 

shaoii ;iU>^ take. Iiolci. of wirh I tMiow fa ^ to la.^c np walr-r ia 

the hand ^ knnir, |^ te, |j]f) the hollow of the hiind. fjf^ /]C 

tseen, i^ nan, ^jjc wa, jlH powshwuy^to take up r.^b- 

than, j:^ iswanf to take hold h*ir8, ^ ^ ju£ ^u "^ hwo 

of with the left hand, ^keu!i; tar-n fan # to take aliv:, ].yj 

#to take bold of with the fingers, iob,i£ ^ sang k'hln ; to take 

M m m 



iR kwan, -t JTI., jt ^ 
yTh iseh. f^ isuh, ^^kwuy, 

Jfj] ken, J^ yen $ip taktilld'' 

of, ^na,^j^'cha.'J^hce, '^ 

jen, ^ keuh, ^fi |»a, 

leaou, 3P5 '"^"^ t^ fl*1 ^'^'^ 
itinn, ^ k'hecn, ^ keu, j^ 
yiien. ^^ loo, ^ kwo, fe 
lAn. H^ (Ki, ^ |K)W, ^ die, 
^ kTh f^^san dilh, 




TAK 



1272 



TAE 



ca,'/".iv* 



i>0 



^ 



/- . 



^ rfi-h, ^ ^ cl.:ii cM'j. .■io|ioj;^i.;e up f~ ^^" ^hrii 



XA'^^kuj loo. J^ ^1 kTi II '.wj. 
|^^lo*oi-0. ^S^ k!.in.:fto 
Uike: by forc>. ^ chhaou. 



5^ W ^'^^'--"g 1= =^-ari?. ^ isru. jg ^:e. ^5 ^ ^ .fa^, 

mow, :^ isi.ean?. ^ JlJ ^ -'Ztrf to aie u;> :he p^n. ^ 
teliiian^ kh^c, -ft i'*^'^- ^X ^ ^hi f- h. f|Jf ^ n^-a 
ff^aou fto lake possession of. r*^-* fto take uo one's iod-Mn«' 
^ Jang ;|to la'.ce j^ossession p *;fj h^a ?a |io take u^ with 
of stray sbeep, ^ ^ j>n? the ciiopsucks, J^ ^^'^IJ^ 
yang; do. ofafowL ^ H ^ff*^ '.^"^ wiih.^^v::. ^k«, 
jang ke ;| to take away. ^ ^ HK ^'«: f ^ Kwei ^ ke |to take 
Da k'hcu, ^ S "^ k'heu.^ ur>on the shoulders. ^ ]^ j^ 
^ tsofi k1ieu. ^k'heu, ^ ^ e keen ken wuh ^k'heen: 
cli'he, IH; che, ig chlm, ^ lo take up arms, ^ ^^ 
k'lie |to take care of. ij^ mah. bluing knn ko | to take with 
gT^lewh^^a, ^ koo;|to ^^PP*"^^- ^ keen, ^ keen, ^ 
lake care of one's-self. ^ ^ HE keen choo .-f to take from, 
yan^r j:i,iri |to take care of o- ?W ch'how, f^qrunfio ta'ce 
t''-^", ,M gg chaou yin?, f^ ^^^^'^^ from, |^ pow, ^ ^ 
Jg^ s»Th sliiii -tto lake charge P^^ ^ %^^ l^ke from the pso- 
of ^ ling, ff^ ^ isze keen, ?'«, ^ Sf iS mow pih sin?: 
^ |f(| kf-:en 6h5 ;| to take an ^^ ^ke one of len, ^ -f- 
airing ^^naleangflolake lW "^ m^i shih ch'how yfh, 
for granted, |^ l^aiig ,^to take + ^ ^ ^ — ^ shih 
out of the water, j^ laon :fdo. Wn ch'how kd yih fun ; to Uke 

dead bodies, tl 4^ ^ ^ ^ ^^'^^^^ j&ff — ^ kea ylh 
ta laou phe show ;f to take too ch'how ;f to take a percentage, 
m»ch,^]^lant8eu, J^Jj[j^ ift ^ ch'how fun ;f to take 
Ian show :f to take on one's- cold, f^ ^ chilh han,P|? ^ 
self, ^ ||[ tsze chuen, Mc chiing han, ^ l^ch'unehan ; 
^ he$ chS, ^ kee, ^ 1^ j to take medicine, J^^ i| ftih 
UrA 8hcn,|^ || ta^ yth ;f to j y^ I to take courage, jSI ^ J]g 



TAK 



1273 



TAK 



gang ch5 t'han, y^ Jgf ^ | shlng she jrto take hold of a 
ta ch6 t'lian )rto take libprtiee, | person's words, ij^ ^^ rhfh 





gaoii, ^ liing. ^ f^ 3e? 
woo )r(o lake an oath, ^ ^ 
^ k'an ke t^how^o take one's 
leave, -^ ^ kaon t8z6, ^ 
^ fun show. ^ ipj fun me 





sin ;^o take the lead, 
ti>ung suh ;ito take precedence 
^ kwan ^ to take charge Of 
two offices, ^ ^ ali5 kwan, 
V ^i^. keen she ;^ to take a 





_ ^ keue, ^ j|$ pin tsz^ ;^to ■ pinch, ^ tso ;#to take a little, 
take an account of, ^ S^ ^ keaou, B§*^ leo tseu, ^ 
keen teen, ^ ^ tsze keen • ^ yang tseu ;f^to take firm 

r to be taken aback, )§^ ^-^ ; hold of, ^ ^ ts'heang laou; 
keth sha |to take off a cap, ^ \ to take fish, j^^ seu,-^ l^-{;h|^ 
^ racfen kwan, |^ ^shinir j tseu yfl yay ;«iCo lake by sur. 
kwan f to take revenge, J^ ^1 prise, ^^^^ ^^ yen kg 
8^ yuen ;|to take the reins of piih pei;^o take, seize, ^^^ 
government, (j^ ^}$ I'm yu; ch'haou,^na, ^ sow, 

|to take command of the army, ' ch'he, Jpt'haou.^J leang, ^jj 

^ ^ 5R ^ t1mng siih ' 
chting keun f to take a general 
oversight, ^ ^ keen she; 
|to take the general charge of. 



ch'han^to takeover, 3^ j@l 
tseu kwoj^to lake out, 1^ 
trj tseiich'huh, ^^ t'heaou, 
'^^ ^ t'heaou tseu, ^ p5, 
gg ^ t'hung suh » to take I ^ tsGh. ^ kMieen ^o take a 
chargeof acounlryiSiS keen I bait, fljjj tsa, ^ shuh, j|S^ ^ 
kw6 ,t to take out, ^ ^ tseu ^ yu shth jin f^to take with- 
ch'uh ;1 to take a wife, ^ ^ out leave, ^ If wan^ tseu: 
show shlh, ^ ^ tseii ts'hin i to take orders, among the 
|to takeaconcubine.^^^tacu Buddhists,^ ^ch'huh kea ; 
tp'he:«,-|io take clandestinely, to take under one's charge, 
^ ^ sze tseu, j^ soo, j|^ W p§ lae ling; to take down, 

[^ts'hee tseu |do. publicly, ^V ^ ^**^ 5 ^° ^^^® ^"^' ^^ tseun ; 
^ kung tseu f to take as an to take a look, ^g* — • y^ 
example, ^ ^ tseu fa ;tto ! k'han yth k'han ; what do you 
take a meal, ^ |g shTh , take me for ? ^ f^ ^ frff 
fan I to take the tide, ^ 'j^^ A Pa gnb wei iid jJn ; to take 
shing chadu | to take ad van- wild animals in a net, ^ keun; 
tage of circumstances, |^ ^ ^^ ^^^^ ^^ ^^^'^ ^^i 4fc ^ 



TAL 



1274 



TAL 



ft'iow fanz to ta-»e in liiintin?. 
9% fifl'.'i: to t&':^ rio!liin-». JS 

rn ?5 '''^ ®^* ^*'***' • "* **'*"^ 
)i«jld of O'te's »I f v«^ ^|f ^|i 

wnz m' : «o la'^c o.T vies 
g'ro.'« f^ ?t^: <:'n* !^*i ; to ink*! 
f.-ofn :mon2Si ^^ HT^ n' tsea: 
to t;ilc#- :idvaMf«'t '*• « f ^|^ i-ir -n : 
1'. (aVe rnt-rh T* rv>i: to iftVip 
ur» ofTrn^l r?. ^ ^ i-n' na . 
to iJi'.e fill Trial. g*if ^ p" .'. 
ytiuz : fo fi'ke knowledir: of T^ 
«h? : fn f •.'.'#» nn«r fo ta«k ^$ 
so I^Xt^^^ \ N y.-n r»r. i :»» 
T*rr ^^ tIJ ynn ir-^'^ ^ 
•/3: ^ yr.n moN rli'- 5^^' :^ 

hwa «IiTh,^ i^: :^ yan moo 

sliTfl. 

^f n^ '•^'^ '»^^'a • •*> relnfe i 
tnlc« pf ^7 lf'*^n<rkob: do. 
from boolcB ptf ^^ «liw5 slioo : 

fi f.l-r-hood. jgj ^ k^ia hwa 
JiH ffiE li<»ii fan : ^r»rr-.tion j 




^1 rlMit'n o'tw"^ r!i'» pz', : to 
carry laics, ^^ •$ A t'^'eaon 
eo jin. 

T^i.TP'^ATirR, to b'.^ a ^p 
^(Sl -^ "Jfe mran liinfif she f 'i. ^ 

meTh die jin, tffl a ^ A 
kwA shSchftjin, V\ ^ ^ 
k'hbw BOO ch^v. 

Talent, yf^flK tp^^ nane. 
ffei|nang<, |i|$^ nSnj 



kin. ft ^ 'f^ n^nff. ^^ ft 
t4 khf. $^ f.ze p,-i. 'i^ 

taze kill. ^fC ^ J'lm P7.-^. >1 
tsii^ : n i'jrr»I !al-iit ^J* 5' i 
rcfi:. iJ ^ '4j^ c!i»in j lln^ qq 
3^^ p'liin k'h : a qnirr^d d-i. "?t* 
^ i#a? f^. 5^ ^ ke e. "^ 
k':::: abiliiy. gg "'"? ••^I-^its 
a»id kiiowl-di.-. yq* ^ i«a* 
r'l • : tal nis for b"'!ii'— a. ^ 
^ tsa^ keu. ^j" ^ »«a^ cb'ii ; 
t.'ifr>nt3 in-idrtqiiate, "^ .pL ^ 
S^ !«a$ keii pub sfifnT : su- 
perior do. 0g tseiin."^ ^ \ 
fwa^ ko jin ; cr'-nt »ri|enl. ^St 
^ (seun •. ^ i'jr khcabu 
inca.'»u, ^ ^ iiS y«w k« 
kwan : a (a]<>nl in wciiiht. ^ 
rfinn? : talent of tilvrr, — jC 
yth wan vin fszN. 

Tai.fn'Tfd. -^ >J yew 
fj»a». ]|lf BPii, ^^ ^•bin faa^, 
^ ^M" I'-^n 'tsae, ^ t-. ^ 
ts'bi'niTj ^ i?'»nn. y^ '•b * : a 
talented individual, ^^ ^ 
\*f%^ fPz-> : a talented youth, 
^"^ tfin'-h"an<r. 

T\LK. IJp rbpn. ^ bwa, 
^ k'hwa f^ fg k^-'anu hwa, 

lis ^ tsiinir mi'*? w^J ling 
!'» : talk in Fl^*>n ^ ^ mei yii, 
^e. t^ c. ^ e. fPf wftf : mere 
talk. e|? Urn, P tf^lSE l^;^'^'*^ 




tun tan : much talk, gj ^ to 



TAL 



1275 



TAM 



y^n ; the talk of the streets, f|f ^ tow, ^ J^ nc5 joo, g$ 



^ kene t'hun. 

To TALK, p k»"an<^, ^ |g 
keaiig liwa, f^ hiii ; to loIV 
fast, BJI n^ll hn la, ^ fci : 
to talk mm h J^ ^ rh •aon 

fo tal'v reiisonahly, p^ 1^ 
^ 2^ shwo iTh yew V^ • 
toialk sonndal. |^ /V S 7p 
sliwo jiii 8ht» fci ; to i.-ilk hi;:. 
^ l-aoii, P^ kwa. f^f P^^^o. 
^ yCi. ^ woo. Uliil t hung ; io 
talk irn-LMilarly. ^ t,raou ; do. 
wiltlly. ^^ i»«''^ : •'> ''»'k aboui 
politico, ^ ilSr Sp keang 
clii'n^ sze, fjjg (Bf hill chmg . 
to talk about, [H ^ kMibw 
■hi*. ^ ch'hinir,p| ^ kran? 
Iiin ; lo talk at raiidotn, |^ 
tan, l^rh'ha; to talk in oii»*V 
Bleep, P§ man?. ^ gan, ^ 
munir. ^ e, g)]f li\vat»sr : a tlis- 
enfl-fl lalkiiitrin sleep, g^cheri, 
!^ rfcf ^ ^ tsetl. firj. mei 
yu , to lalk iiicessaiuly, f^ g^ 
tnoii riioo;lo talk and laiijih 

fiffi ^ ^^^"^ yS J ^'^ *^^'^ one's- 
self out of brenth. 3^ rlit- ; to 
talk lirilft. ^ ^ v»i Ian ; to 
talk together. g>J[ ^ t.Vn t'ftn : 
do not talk loud, ^ ||^ ^ 
hwHIi kaon shiiicf. 

Talkativr. ^ ^ to tsiiy 
rffi cha, -f^ nfng, D^ tow, ^ 
5^ seu tow, ^ Oj^ shS tow, 




krS, P fi-3^ k how tsi-i?, |j 
^^she kee, Og^' <^ isdy k-wa«"l 

a talkative person, |gk J^ 
Seen jiii. 

Tall, ;^chanir. ill jenH 
Ian; kniie. |^ k'hin ; tail 
stature, |^ ^ kliwei woo , 
"^ ^ «nt«Vg ino, ^ ts'heaou, 
fgja ^^ is'henoii yaou, tt$t ^ 
nliclli tseih, ^Jf wang, ^^ ^ 
Inou taou, ^ ^)] ^'5 lee, ^ 
^ kliin rhaiig; tall and slen- 

**••''. Jfi- j§i .i''» J^"^ ; tall tree*, 
^ >fC keaM, mQh. :jf ^ 



shen chen, ^ tsan. ;|^ ye^ 
a tall woman, ^\ hing, jj^ 



ching ^ hing, ^ yen ; tall 

and straight, j|^ keaou ; a 

»all person, |ft ^^ lang kae, 

l^^lnntsan jlS A kaou 

jhi, TO :^ ^ '^"'^" cliang 
cliay ; tall ipraiit. ^ k5. 

Tallow, R^pchi yiw, 
^ ^9 nfew yew. 

Tally, or check, ^ fo5, 

^ -^ for^ hn. -^ [^ ho tanjr. 
^ ke?, ^ Ifl fod tseS, ^ 
peTh, ^J |>ee. 

To TALLY. ^ ^ hi^ foA. 

Talons, JJ^ chabu, ^ ^ 

ch^ kea. 

Tamarixd, '?nj ken. 

Tamarisk, ^^ :^p rh'hing 

l^w,g^tseTh,^i^:D)Iclmy 
sze Uw. 



TAP 



1276 



TAR 






Tame, ^ jaou ; gentle, the tape-worm, ^ bwuy, i|| 

^ jow juen, ^ f B wan hwuy. ji^ bwuy, ^ hwuy,^ 

'h6,4i|fR:l>eiienfuh. *!* :^ i& ftli chung chaug 

To TAMK, ^ |:fe leen shuh : cimng. 
to ume or subdue, ^ BS Tapkr, small candle, /J> 
thing fuh ; to tame birds and ^ ?eaou chuh. 
beastx, ^ §ll .^ IJ^ teaou , Tapkrixc, 5^ tnJJen, 
heuen neabu show, ^ ^ I %£en, ^' meaou, ^ leaou , 
yang shuh, ^ ^ heuen juen, ^ ?Sf o o, ;^ ^fl: I'm 
shiih ; that which may be Ig ; tajiering fingers, ^[ so, 
tamed, ^ f^ ^(b yang tlh j^ san, ^ seen ; tall and 
thiih. ia|>cring, f^ ^ lun kwaD. 

To TAW leather, J^^^! TApp:aTP«Y, ^^ chen 
% IS^ ^ ^ klh k'heii maou ; teaou, |ffl ^ s^ jung. 
•he jow, ^ ^ j6w p'h«. i Ta r, iJG "l^ -/ifl p:i ma ydw, 

Tang K NT to a circle, M M t, ^^^^M^f}^ 
^^ i^^ liwan die (see seen, i^^ ehaou sung che leea Ueih 

Tank, ^ yiien. yu?. e. 

Tanner, l^Ep'hft tseang, Taraxacvm, f 




& 5^ 



iseaag. 

To TANTALIZE ^A.Wjin. 

Tansy, wild, ^^shay 
met. 

Taou, sect of jS* Wt taou ' 
keaou. 

To TAP, or knock, 




liaoii. 



tard V. W^m ^}^ '** 

teYh, ^^ lad die, ^M ^ 
ch6 Iiwan, |^ "ang, JpsewV, 
; t^ iseu ; nzitiirally slow, ^ 
f^ sing man, ^ j^ sung 
man. 
Tarf.s. 





ianir^ and If^ang, 



fi le # ,uie, ^ ,,e, ij^ !«. 



Wi «. fel.t*. 




sew, 



jjo sew, 




■r 




sew tsz^ 




th P»'»- Jl^ fob, M p'hee, 
p'h6, g^ kelh ; to tap at a 
door, njj ^ |c'h6w mfin. 



Tap, l^'k'ho, fjV pub, ^ is'hahn, ^Jt too leabu, ^ 
^ k'hing keTh. ^ J^ yen mtli ts'habu ; tares 

Tape, i^ tae,^ ^ jg^ ^ 1 and diaff, Jgfs )^ pe k'hang. 
me«n sha tae, ^ kanff, ^ Tare and tret, J^ M p'hft 
•an, ^ ^jj kill kee ; la[»e8 chiing ; to deduct the tare, [*^ 
and tassels, jjt^. Hll ^^oo s ?uii ; J^ dioo p'h^. 



TAR 



1277 



TA8 




Target, ^ ehaou, 
china kih, JE^'^I chin^teih, 
ifjE chill?, i^ich.m, i^ hovsr, 

f ^ ppao.i, :?15 $E P^^ P^, Eg 

teth, ^ io^^CWo Km 
|yh4 how, I^ how, ^ nee ; 
tliey marked a piece of cloth 
and called it a target, upon 
which they fixed a piece of 
leather whirh they called a 
biilrs eye, @ ll^SiE^ 
I^ ^ g!^ hwa po.) yue clu'ns 
tse pile yu5 kuli ; ehield, J^ 
fj^ tang pae. 

Takifp of duties at the 
ShanL'hno Custom-house, J^. 

ta kwan tslh le ; a tariff of 
duties l«*vi-d at the ba» of a 
canal, j^l^ lac klh. 

Totarmsh, y^ju slnh 
kwan^ ; to tarnish glory, ;^ 

Tx ^ ^ ^^^ '""^^ kwang 
Icen meen. 



tsew 



Taro, ^P yu, "S keu, 
heu, jjSlchin, ^fj ^ maou fan. 

To TARRY, ^ f j^ t'hm£r 
how, ^ |t^ lAw choo, i^ ^ 
che hwan, j^ jib che yen ; to 
tarry all night, 5§ suh, i^lS 
kwo yay. 

Tartan, plaid, ^ hwuy, 
hwuy. 

Tartar, ^^t'halszi; 




Manchow Tartar, ffll ^ JL 
mwaa chow jIn, j^ "^ k 

J§ f? 5i ti ta urh ; Moll^rol 
Tartar, ^ ^ A mung kob 
jln ; the Tartar languaije, ^ 
iln »8''»"g yu ; the Tartar 
character, ^;^ ts'hing wan, 
^ ^ ts'hin^ tsze ; the Tar- 
tar tribes, ^)^ teih ; a Tartar 
camp, j;S ^ ming le ; a Tar- 
tar cian,"|gg ^ Ueuh t'hnh ; 
a Tartar hord« of shepherds, 
j^ k»"an?; crystals of tar- 
tar, ^ ^ 5@ ^5 k^ rnkng 

tsew siiih, i^ ;5 ffi^ 

shih y&n. 

Tart, sharp, ^ swan. 
Task, ^ |^ ching ko, 
kung ko ; to finish a task, 
H wan ko j daily task, ^ 
jih ko. 
Tassel, fj^ ^ fuh lowi 
hcuen : do. from the cap, 
^< hea, 4fe; hwan^s:, jf^ jny, 
# keen. ]\\ kew, ^yen, i^ 
ying, ^]\\ seun ; llie tassel of a 
cap, #B wan, ^J^ kwan 
juy ; do. of a robe, ^ pin ; a 
red tassel, ^ ^ choo ying ; 
a small tassel attached to a 
crown, i^£ ^t tsoo tst^^, ^ 
yen ; long tassels, ^ p'eaou ; 
the tassel of a purse, )^ lee ; 
the tassels of a banner, /jlp 
yew, lH 'een. 




TAT 



1278 



TAU 



Taste, ^ ^ tsze wcf/ 
5^ ig wcf taou, ^ V^l siring 

t«an ; the five tables, j5. 5^ ' 
Woo wet ; the taste of the tiiiiud, | 
^ti^^ she wcf; nn ejcelient 
Uisie, 5|$ ^ M if* wef taou 
kelh habu ; tasty, ^ ^ yew 
\yvA : faste in con)|K)8iiioii, "yC 

^ ^ ^ ^^*" '^ y*'^ ^^* ' 
dilTtrreiit tastes, ^ jl^ e tseii. 

To TASTK, ^ cliang, ^ 
hin, Bj^ ^ tseaou tan, B^ 
t'heS, B^S I8liuy, ttgts'huy »]^^ 
1^1 tslian nan, '^ tse, 1^ 
lean, "^ heaon, ^ tSe'ren, PJIj 
t«.a.D^l9a ttg^ueu, l»^ tsth. 
^ aha, BJI^ shwo, l^ rhuc ; 
to taste and try, ^^ she 
cbang. 

TastklrsSj^^ t'han, ^^ 
I'han fiffi }^l wod we{. $1^ kun, 

Wi 5f '''"" ^«*^"i M IS ^"" 

li wo jf II hw6 isoo, fe |g 
kan Ian. 

Tattprrd, ^^ ^ seaou 
•eaou, 3^ 80,1 ; tattered gar- 
ments, i§ 35c g6 e, ^ ^ 
p'lio e 113 tf^ Ian san, ^ |i[ 
8« Ifii '#i M Ian hu ffii |M., 
1^ lie 1^ na, ^ ]^ p1io 
tBi5y,l|^j^la-sha^^| I^X 
lae sha/i. lift i^ |^ p'lio e 

To TATTLK, |J2 gan ; little 
tattle, fSL^^ 8hw5 sh^ fei, 



tSl B^ it§ shw5 heSn hwa. 

To TATTOO, ^ij tszc ; to 

fatJoo the arm. ^ ^p lao pe ; 

do. If 10 lace, $l] (j^ «s^6 lecD, 

'M M ki»»l5 »i^ •'^»' ^'I »««a ; a 
tattooed body, 5C ^ ^^'^ 
shin : to tattoo as a punish- 
ment, ^i|!^mTli king, ^j] leu 
and k'ing; the tarfoo(ofa drum,) 
^ chang. jgj^ ^ ko') shin^. 

Ta TTLKK. t^l^^V/^ K 

shwo she fei die jiii. ^ ^^ 
/^ \ to tsry die jin. 

T.WEKN, 7@[ j^ ISJ.W f'uiir, 

>S ^t ts; w kwa.i, 5g ]g 
tsew ti»en. ]Q ^^ ^ isiw |K>f> 

isJ-w loo, y^ jig: fs.'w low, ijf 

\^ ^he low, j@ |§ tsew Uaon, 

ImI I^, '^ JSl la»g loo, ^ 
[^ J^ kaou low t«t-n, § }^ 
VhTh t«en, ifjf Jg he;? t«en, 
t95J|§ t« tr*?n, ^tfi tsaou 
^•*"i^» |l| ^ y^ shay. 

Tavkkn-keeper, 'J@ ^ 
tsew kea. 

Tavekn-score,@ ^isew 
cliai. 

Taunt, ^ ,fS ma yii, 

%i2 A /^ W ^*^^^ ch'hi jiu 
die yen. 

rAUTOTOGv, ^ ^ difty 
1^ 5S "•'•^vo la> sliwo k'lieu, 

W ^ ^ i^ ^ yS" y& J9 

fan fab, Jl ^ chtiug she, 





TEA 



1279 



fEA 



^ xS ''^^ l^^", ^ wei, {tj cirha gow j tea-spoon^ ^ ^ 

k^iecn ; tauioloj;y in writing, cli'ha she ; tea-|)ot, >Jjiv ^g 

^ ^2 fs ^^" ^®^^ chung ch ha hod ; a tea-table, vjiC Hj 

fuh. ch'ha ke; a tea caddy, 1^ ^^ 

Tax, f^ shwuy, ® tsoo, ch'ha kwan; tea- leaves,:^ ^ 

ffe ko(\ ^ ko; inxe-8^ fjijj ch1ia y^, ^ ^ m nj d^u^. 
htansr. li^ fvii, ^ ^ f.^iJiou To teach, ^ Keauu, ^ 

foo, p^^knnefoo, gjj^ fft t^ keaoiihwuy, |^P| kt.V u 

foo shwuy, 5^ fJH fihwiiy ko, heun, ^ chauu^ ^|| heuii, D|| 

^ ^^ heang ko, f^ sliwiiy, fiSp heiiii hwiiy, f^hw^y, j^ 

Pf yung; the tax on land, t^ng, ^ kTh,^=i|J shwo, |Jjf 

B m teen tsoo. ^ |)e ; taxes jj^ heiin sh '» jp^ she; Co tcacL 

on ncwiy-cultivaied land, ^f rhildnm, ^ ^ she kang^^ 

^sinfo'i. DIj ^ heiin mOnir ; to t:ach 



TFT:^ch1ia.^||ch'a the ignorant. ^ ^ kelU 



yu, ^ niin-r, ^ |i| minjr mfing, ^ ^ k'h^ niung ; to 
chiiiii:. ^ -y* niiiig ting, ^ leach and warn. ^ |jjj Iceaou 
3i ijt '^'/-e yuh keiic ; strong keae ; to teach in the wonibJ^J 
tea, ))j^ ^ nung ch1ia *, weak ' ^ t'hae k«a6u ; to teaoh men 
tea, 75|L -J^J;*^^ cirha ; a kind wiihoiit weariness, f§ \ ^ 
of tea, H 'jaEj'li<^li<>6, ^^/^hwuy jm pilh kcntn ; to 
chin hrang ; winter teas, jljJ j trach and convert mankind, 
^^ yn tnng ch'ha ; tea- : ^ it ^ ^ kt;aou hwa 
shoji, ^ J^ ohha teen ; tea i chung s.ing ; to tcacii arcliery, 
dust, ^ tJc ^^h'iia mo; a tea- ^ ^ yiiw shay ; ..jsily 
taster, ^ |^i(] ch'ha szc; a tea taught, ^ ^e keaou ; tcach- 
merchaiit, ^C ^ ch'ha k'hih » ■ ing, S^ ^ shing Uea'',n. 
to inspect tea, ^ ^ T k'han : TiiAciiEk, ^^:^ ki^aoii 
clrlia ; to wei^'h tea. f jlf ^ | heochay.|ii5s>i«-, ^ lirfHcaou 
ch hing ch'ha ; a tea chest, ^ szc, §)!} f^s/.e fuo.^ ■^'|j lioo 
^Q ch'ha s.'iang ; to boil tea, j sze, ^ ^ 8«»:en sant^ flif PI 
*Aj ^ p lia/»ii ch'ha ; to drink | shtj k'hbw, ^ f^hay, ^ "^ 
tea. ^^^ cliih ch'ha ; a i<'n I K'lie ijne; a teacher or t'tiuntMico, 
cup. ^^ t'f^ ch ha |iei, ^ ^ij^-^ foo iHy^r, a teacli.:r of 
ch'ha peiy ^ ^ ch'ha chung, boys, ^ gj^ rnilag szc ; a 

N n n 



TEA 



\2Si> 



TEE 



disposiiion. p^ \^ 




ifrrcher among the BudJIiisLs. 
j^ ^ fa 8ze. 

Tkachable, 
j^ f(^ beu sin. 

Tp.al. ^ lelh J crested teal " 
^ kwan foo : a sort of 
tear ^ tung, ^?- Ijf kwfih te. 

Team, of horses, — ^ Bg 
ylh shiiig ma. 1^ §§ sze ma. 

To TEAR, ly ^ l;.^ khae. 

m m «z« k^hae, ^ ^ chih 
k'ljae, ^chih, ^tsuy, ^ 
hwny. ^ 16; to tear orv?n. 
^ ^ cfiay chlh, ^ yen, ^ 
ch^»>ay,?g^chlh,gft^elee: 
to tear asunder, ^ ^ chay 
lee, ^ chTh. ^J peV? ; to tear 
in pieces, g hwuv, ftf kwei, 
fff ft la chay, ^ SjS chay 
2ly,:fShwuh,j{^pih,^chin, 
W ^^'^ S§ P®^*^ ? to tear to pieces 
by charioU, ^ hwan, ^ 
^ A keu le5 jIn, $^ cha ; 
to tear the bodies of beasts 
asunder. J^ chlh ; to tear to 
'*S^» nij^ chabu Ian , 58^ ^ 
p'ho Ian : to tear with the teeth, 
^1^ chan.p^ she; to tear away, 
S ch'hav k'heu ; to tear 
up »ilk.^ ^ peTh kwei; to 
tear a garment. )^ ^ ch'hen 
lee ; to tear one's face, ^ ]^ 
1^ chaou p'ho leen. 

Tears, Jg^ liiy, ^ Vb&, 
g |g| muh Idy, JP Idy, ^ 
M P«» 9S il]^ yin luy ; 



leew 



e. 



tears and snivel, ^ ^ I'he 
tears trickling down, 

. .^ ir^- y^ '^ y » * ^*' stand- 
ing in ihe_ eye, '^ j^ haa 

i"y; j^ il 4 1 t5i« i"y 

tsae muh ; to shed tears, "p 
J^ h>a Idy. H jl^ sbing luy, 
J^ ^^ lew liiy : tears of blood, 
^ j)^ heue luy ; to shed such, 
^ iflt, k'heTh heuc: burst into 
tears, :^ 5S fe ^ tA k'buh 
k'hela^; to wipe away tears, 

^j^shihliiy^ 

to vex, 1^ ^ ^ Dan wei 

j*»"^ IS ^ A ™6 "a" ,^ ^ 

)g X tsto mo jin, ^ ]^ A 
jabu luy jin. 

T^T, fj} fig nai 11.6W, 

nae. 

Tedious, long. ^ ^ g^ 
cliang kew leTh ; slow. ^ jj^ 
chd*hwan, ||3: * (^^ sing 
pun telh, ^ ^ n^ chS t'hiin 
telh. 

Teeth, |^ chVe, 5p yay, 

"^i^S: ^ pii^g )' b^^^ teeth, 
e ; broken teeth, g^ g6 ; 
irregular teeth j§5| ^p chan 
ban, ^ hea, M ^ ^ ch'hJ^ 
pfih tsS, H ^ clia ya, f9£| 
tsoo woo, ^^ yae ; loose teeth, 
^ ke ; teeth slicking out, ^ 
llf kea ya, ^ gjl keen yen, 
^lulKffgan, ft^paya; 





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TE.M 



the (eelh broken, D^ g6, ^ 
keuen ; teeth wide apart, £^ 
l^Ielhch'he; fronl leeth, p^ 
^j^mlln yky ch'hi ; back 
teeih, ^ Iff ^ how Ua6u 
yiy ; good lecih, ^ eho ; rot- 
ten tMth, ^llt cha, 1^ k'heu, 
^3l^i='5iPech'hbpE..g:iew 
keue ; dislnrted leelli. ^ ^ 
yayin.^lo, ^;^^ 2jf ci.-i 
prih|i!n!!; to gnasli tlieleelti, 
M fS^ t^'>''>^ v>:ang U'h<:u. 
in- heae, ^^ been, ^ ^ 
Is'biic ch'hfe; mi!k leeth,. jJ-» 
^ ^ Beabu flrh ch'hi,, ^ 
■an, 5/5 :^ naj, ySy j lo shed 
Iho teftlh, ^ chanu, g|; tsin, 
^^hwiiy cli'h^; to shed 
the teeth and get them again, 
M®B* ^^'^'^ ^'^ ^^"S 

8»"g. ^ ^ M. -^ ySy 

Irf chung Bang ; to cut the 
teeth,^^9Jingdi'he: t^cth 
chattering, |)t p'hfi, ^ ^^ 
chii nS, ^ 5? *=f>'hi ehing, 
"^^ ch'hb ttin^ ; teeih set' 
on edffe. ^'^ Bwan, ^ taoo, ' 

^ M ^ iC y»y <=i''i'^ ; 

8w.in jueD ; the teeth of a saw, , 
^^keuch'he. I 

Tkoctmknt, ^ ^ ka^ I 
t«ze, si ^ ka^ l»'hS. [ 

Tbiliree,# fiil^poo' 
t£ ebon. 

Teint, ^ g yfin sib, "' 
Q 18'hae aih. 



Tklbscope, ^ S ^ 
ta'hcen le ki'n^. 

To TELL, @ Df kaou S06, 
shwd, ^9? ■^ che hwiiy, 
*31 t6w Che, 11 wei, ^ 
»{J ^ ch'hah Bhing ; 
doik'l tell, J^ dl ^ mf^ 
cli'hiih shing ; nobody can 
lell, ^ A BT ^ woa iin 
k'hb the ; sit dnwn, and 1 will 
tell you, )^ ^ li i^ lt«« 
wod yTi jo6 ; 10 tell, or inform, 
^ (i ohuia wS„, |g M 
paou Wan, ^ ^ churtn cho, 
^ ^ she che, 1^ ^|] flhw5 
che, ^ shuh ; to tnll all one's 
hfiart, ftfc St ^C^ IS ^'^°° ''*« 
atn fah ; to tell the news,^^ 
^ paou afn, ^ ?^ ,§. pa^ 
eenou Beth ; to tell storiea, ^f 
"^ krang kob ; to tell a lie, 

fiq ^ fan Bin tcTh hwi, ^ 
E^ go p'hSen; to tell fortunes, 
^ ^ 8wan ming, ^ ^ 
! k'han mfng, |\ -^ puh mi'n?: 
I to tell up a sum, ^ j^ ^ 
I Bwan k'hb lag. 

Tkll-tale, _ 
t'hcaou 80 telh jIn, 
bwuy pang chiy, 

Temtritt, ^ ^ mo6u 

heen, ^^ wftng wei, j^ 

^'i|-t^fa»Kaze hwanghing 

Trmpkr, J^ ^ fune k'he, 

ffPj^ F k'K AS" ffi sin 




TEM 1292 TEM 





t*h* : even iemp:r. \^ ^ ^^ rs^n? : storm of wind and rain, 
jp\ »i'n? t'ln 'i:*!? li-i : bnd SL PI^ ^"'^- ^'" • lemjiestuous 
temper, ^t T^ 7j> X? *•"? ^'^"^ ^U SC ^'' ^""?- 

tit/^ s'ne kcih : fi-iry tem- meaou. '^Uihir. ^3 ^^ ^zc 
per, y^ ^SE '^'^ ^='n? • to keep lan^. )^ r -pn. ^ ^ kung 
one's temper. ^^ ^ ''in k'h'. lejn, SJ^ ifin tan^ ; tem- 

Totempfr. siecl .^ kanir, pie for i-v* worship of ao- 
,Jr •^^^"r -S^ k::en : M temP r ce^tors. g| ineanii : a lem- 
a blade. T^jgJ t?ny ke^n, '!:^ pie of Bnd.Mia. ^ ijj pa'oii 
ts-huy. ^IhTJ. :fo t?mppr and fanir, I^ '^^ J*^" •-^ng. ^ 
sharpen, f-jlj ^ yen l^-'"* : to sze. 1^ ^ yu4n ^zS. |^ 
femp^^r spirits arisrht, ^ij ^ I'oo, ||| ^ «e.iUi szft, ^ P^ 
^^ kang j'.w s^an? t^^ : sz' m^jn. /f] ^jj hwan chha, 
to minde equally, f^ ^ ^ ^!l fan cMia, |l^ ^ khe 
teaon vnn. ^^ teaon ho. ' yuen. [J^*^ fn^? chang ; a 
pRp i^ teaou le ; to mod:»ra'«*. temple of Taou. gjkw?n : the 
^M& k'hwan sung, ^^x ^ iiuerior of a temple. ^^ ^ 
Buni: 8?ay, t^'hin moa-'n : the hall of atem< 

Temperament, ^ ^ pie. ^ ^ m^a'^n lanij ; a 
chth ttf. ■ temple for hall), ^ }||! y^n 

Tempfratf. in the use of lang. Ii3('^t»"en pr' : hnck and 
thines, RfT ffl t!*?;^ y»'n£r. 4^ front of a tem ;^h?, S^ |3 is\n 
gP k'hp*n t^eS. ^ gp shrw , mea^Hi : a temple or place of 
tBn?, ^ Ip ts'hao^i fp::i : . sacrifice, jpij f £ sze bz4 ; 
temperate in eating, ^^Vo^ j temples of the head, ^ ^ 
5¥ shTh y:n t'han p6, j^ ^ fi^h ke6, ^ 5^ pin peen |g^ 
^ ^ shlh yln y^w ise^ \,^'^6 kuh, ^ pin, ^ ||[ 
temperite weather, J^ ^ ^ t'how pin. 
•htthk*h<. ! Temporal affairs, llhift 

TsMPKf T, ^ paou, ^ ®. , ^ ^ Uze she che sse ; the 



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TEN 





temporal tutiire, ^ p^ sin 
mftn. 

TEMPORARY, ^ ^ Ispn 
tstiay, ^ koo, ^ tsin, 
•snn ; tempornry abode. 
^ k*^ yn, 5^IJ^ pung clianjr, 

To TLMPOIUZK.2SJOP>^ «^ 

^ kaJ* hinge tsiiu slic, ^ ^ 

nfff Ik ®"y ®**^ "' ^^ !>''•' n. 

To TKMPT, 1^ ^ y?'\v 
hw5, ^^ 8h,-ii Iiwo, ^ 
^ she k'han, ^ ^ she 
I'lian : to tempt to \virkedne?»s, 

Wi ^ '«^^'»" t«, ^ A a 

^ yewjln wel fei. 

Temptfr 1^ JK ^ yew 

hwo chay 3I 1^ ^ A >>" 
y?..w che jin, 4j § ) ^ kow 
yln chay. 

TKN, + shih.fs^shTh, — 
■+• yih shih ; ten times ten, 
*y* "I shth shIh ; ten per- 
sons, W' sIiTh ; ten o'clock at 

'''n^^ JE^ chfnjr hai ; ten 
catties weight, jjgj hang; ten 
days, 3^ t<v^, jth ; wiiliin 
ten days, ^ ^ seim nuy : 
more than ten days, ^ 7^ 
seun wae : the lOih moon, ^ 
^ hae yue. )?§ ^ymsj chung; 
ten limes, 'J^ Tjj^ shTh tsz^, 

+ si eh^h P^en, + 5f 
shTh tsaou; not one in ten,"T^^ 
^ — • shth wo6 k« y!h ; ten 
yea rs of age, "j* ]^ sh ili suy ; 



a ten foot measure, ^ chan? : 
ten thousand. ^ wan, plf 
wan, ^ wan ; ten thousand 
statt'S, ^^ ^ wan kwn. 

Tknacious, ^ ^ koo 
chTh, ^ ^ U'haou show ; 
tenacious of one's own o:»ini- 
^ — chlh yTh, 



on. 







chlh e ; a tenacious memory, 

Tknacity, 
keen koo che ?h*, 

TrNANT, ^ ^ 7^ \ 
tsoo shjh che jhi ; holder of a 

*»o"^c» J^ ^ ^ng k'hih ; 
holder of land,'gg ^ te^„ 

klish ; inhabitant of a house, 
PC 3^ i^" c*»«^ 'ang chay. 

Tknch, .^^ pelh tsun, 
iS^hwan,ft^^^ tpaou ting, 
§i tsze, S^ hwan, ^ chung, 
f^ neih, ^ kan, ^ spu. 

To TKND towards, ]SE choo, 
?£ In) choo h^ang ; to verge 
towards, h^ |^ chaiSu hesin? : 
to tend to impropriety, y" ^^ 
^^ ^ kan keih fei 1^. 

To TEND cowSjijp^^^ muh 
new. 

Tkndknc Y, inclination, i© 
B^ (im ^ sin sb p'heen yaou, 
AJi^ Bm ^^ ^^"^ ^^ moo. 

Tendkr, j^ nun, jjjj yew, 
^j J^^- 1^ 80. ;(§ keaou, H 
sang, ffl^ che, ^ che ; tender, 
«^^ flf^jdwjuen, ij$(9C 



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^ koo, ft rnfih, f^m&h,U> 
terminate an affair, ^ 0] la 
tabu ; to termioate a career, 
1^ i|^ kwei k^ ; handsome 
women frequently terminate 

j|^ iifing y6n to pQh habu kwei 
ke^ ; terminated, ^ tseu«$, ^ 
tsiii. 

Termination, i^ chun^, 
7^ mo, ^ pelh,^ wel, jft 
ch?n^, @ kae, ^ kmg, ^^ 
tan, ^g tsew ; the termination 
of a contest, ^ peTli. 

Termites, ^ j§| pth fi. 

Terra japomica, J^^ ^ 
6rh c'l'ha,]^^^ hae firh 
cli'tia, pn| ^ ^ o tseen mo. 

Teurack, ^ ttt ^4 Biky^ 
i^ la^, |||^ y^n, j^/Iiwan, 
;^ tsan, :^ seay, S ^ 5 * 
terrace for sacrificing, i^p slien^ 
EI^ ch& ; a high terrace, ^ ^ 
kaou tag; terraced hills, ^pe. 

TERRAaxTEOirs globe, y^ 
te. 

Terrestrul spirits, JljE^ 
kg ; terrestrial animals, ^ Jg^ 
tsbw show ; terrestrial affairs, 
J^ ^ ^ te che sze ; a ter- 
restrial globe, ilj^^te k'hfiw^ 

Terrible, iQ ft 6^ k'hb 
p'ha tetl), Hr ft ll^ k'lib keii 
telh. 

To TRRKiPY, ^ ^ chin 




h6S, i@t !i^ k'hiing hlh, 
rtf hlh hoo, H 1^ king 

hlh. 
Tebrtfied, ^ ^ hw&nff 

l[P hea6 keii, M t»oo, ^ k«u; 
a terrified look, J^ keun^ ; his 
soul was terrified, ^ ^ 
hwan Wang. 

Teeritory, ^ fung, f^ 
H king jaog, ^ ^ king 
keae, ;H& :i&" t6 fang, ^ J^ 
wet chS ; territory of an empe« 
^o**! sil P^ ke niiy. 

Terror, ^ '|^ chin chS, 
If ^ ^ ^ king hcaS cho 
sin. 

Terse, clean, ^|^ kan 
tsang ; ornate, 5fe B^ kwang 
mlng. 

Tertian ague, ^ ^ keae 
neo. 

Tessalated, i^ 38 ^ 
^ kg pwan che shih. 

Test, p^ j^ she fa ; exa- 
mioation, ^ ^ k'habu she* 

To test, ^^ sh^ k'han, 
^Hgshe neen ; to test abi- 
li^Xi tSM ch'hS yiing; to 
test the truth of words, gj^ 
tsin. 

Testament, ^^ chfih 

£ chaou ; to make a testament, 
it 31 # leth e ygn ; Old 



TEX 



12S6 



THA 








Testament, 

kew e cimou shoo : New Tes- 
tament, ^ 3a IS © ^^^^ 
chaou shoo. 

Trstator. f^S^# 
^o e shoo chay. WM')^ 
^ 8. ay e chuh chay, ^ '^ 
"Bf ^ lew e yen chay. 

TtfsTKR of a bed, ^ ]^ 
Chang ling. ^ ch hoo. 

Tksticlks of animala, $1 
Iwan, ^p ^ Iwan tsze, 5^* 
^ wae shin : coat of do. ^p 
fff- Iwao |>aoii. 

TrsTiciLi'3. satyrion, 
^p XJC hiV isze tsMiabu. 

Totkstikv. flE 'In'ng. f^ 
chinsj, jfichmj:, ^ loo, | 
;^ chinjj koon. 

Tkstimo.my, SiE^ chi'ng 
yen. 

TtSTY, -^ ]S ** '^^ '• 
Tktk-a-tktk. ^ ^ =^ 
/O t^^nh sclh tail sin. ^ "^ 

35 A ij ii^ loaiig jin tiiy 
tso. 

To TKTHr.R a cow, iM 
I f-)5 Wei he new snien. 

TtiTHKR, limit. Og iiijon. 

TErriACH, ^ 
^^szefiin kw«^>chekeun 

TtTT«ii, j^^seen, /}\ 
seaon chwantj. 

Text, j^ @ te muh, _ 
W ^ Chi, ^ ^ ehoo t« 5 










the text of- a book, ^ ^ [Hh 
wSn.^^ king wan, gg^ 

text-hand, f^ ^g keae siioo. 
Tkxturr, the warp. ^ 
•^'"^^.^^ kiiigneen. ig$^ 
< IiTh 8r»en ; the woof, i^ wet, 
^ i^ wei seen, ^ M' wei 
|>e ; texture of cloth, f^ 3^ 

se *n pe tsze ; texture of 6ilk| 

Than, JQly yfl ; more than, 

: ^ if^ kw6 yu, :f^ Jh puh 
che, Zf\ ^ puh ch'he : this is 

I dearer than that, iHi "^ J&^ 
1^ tsze kwei ya pe ; irone 
more destitute than those who 

'■ trust in themselves. ^^5^^ 
§ T^ mo koo yu tsze 6h4 ; 

I nothinjr greater than Heaven, 
-^ j^ ^ "*o ta yu tefu. 
To THANK ^'^eay, tt/J^ 
t'linou munrj, ^ |yf to Sviay, 
^ ^ kan seay. tX ^ ^^^ 
iaou : ihflnk you. ^ // laou 
leih.-^^tomuui;; th.Miks to 
BnddiuL for his favour, ^^ ^ 

W i^ ^^*' '^^^^ V*'^ yueii. 
I Thasi^fui., Hf ,^ seay 
iiinin, >^ ^ kan giian, ^{J 
■ fi^^che ^nan ; thankful in the 
* oxireme. 




kan kelh wooJve, ^ Wi »iS 







jy^kaii kelh m? yae, ^»^ M 
^ S ''^Q g"^i^ P^b tsio. 



THA 



12S7 



THE 




THA.NKLKS8, H "^ q|^ tsA, ^ g pth uh, ^ JJJ^ 

wo6 ts'lng chay. ^ M wan-j 



(8'/«e (fize ; (he thatch of a house, 

, "^ '*<> ph» n. 

To riiATCii. "^ sh.n. ^ 
csze, ^ tselli, 3^ ki • ; to 
(hatch a wall, :q[: ^j^ isdh 
tseang. 

To THAW, J)^ senou, ^|l| 

seaou san. jHl »5 seaou 

8hlh, ]^8zc, ^ irhwan, i^ 

to thaw snow, J^ ^ 




8ze 



M A »§% ^'^^'^ f*^'^ J'" g»»^'"»- 
Thank-okfkhi.ngs ai thr 

close of 1 he year, ^ ]j^ sac 
shin. ^ ^ paou isti. 

That, ^|)e, ^ sze, >j^ 
e ; thai, in the colloquial^ ^^ 
na; that person, ^ \ e jin, 
^ A|>^jhi,i^ A kaejin, 

tJiat place, ^ ^ pe ch'hoo ; 
in that place, "^ fl>{ ^e«<^ |>«, great, 
IfP^nachhoS, 5JJ ^ na 
Ic-j iltiit time. ^J{ ^ na shS, 
^ ^ lang she : at that time, 
1^ ^ >hih tsae. j^ ^ Wei 
she ; ihat y^^ar, ^ ^q u^^n, 
that niiiht, ^ ^ she yay, 

•Jt 1^ '^^ y*^y J ^''^^ was one 
liniu and (his is another, ^ 

— B? ifc — B"^' !>*> yil» 6i»e 
tsze ylh she ; that which. ^ 

chay, )!)fsb,:;^0f kesb, ^ 
yew ; that whi«li a »rood man 
practices, ^ -^ ^ fX keiit» 
tszryewhing; in order that 

U-.U^ e d.e ^ Che. 
^ >;»'e^ ling, ^yo; that 

Thai cu. ^c l<a<)U ^^ ]^ 
maou tsj'haou, ^ ^ madn 
tsze • t hatched cottiijre. ^p 
gan, ^tj^ maou uh ^ "f^ 
inadu shay. ^ p6, ^ pa, *^ ' 



seaou seue. 
Thk, ^k^; the crime is 
^ ll A :^ kS «8dy 

ta e. 





Theatre, ^ ^ he (aft. 

Theatrical performers, 
fg ^ cl.'l.ans yew, j^ Jg 
y'-n he ; do. amusement, ^^ 

^ pa6 yew. jl^ yi'n. 

Thek, j^iie. piVh. 

Theft, f|t ^ ^ ^ 
iMiow (liaou che sze, ^ ^^ 
^^ ^^ is'hei- wnh che ' tsiiy. 

Their, ^ke, If keui:,f|^ 
1^ I ha teih. 

Them, ;$' che. ^ pfe, [^ 

A kA jln, ffe fl t lia muu, 
-^ ^ e tani;. jl^ keu ; drive 
I hem away, ^ /^ chuh che. 

TlIEMPEI.VES, ^ /V « 

Pj kS jln tsze ke ; that men 
may know themselves, ^jg J\^ 

5jU 2j ^*^^ i'" *''*® **^- 

Theme, fe @ (S muh, ^ 
shoo t^, ^^ "gp chang clib. 




Oo o 



Tukn, Mt^ iia she; at ' ^ ^ sze sean^ telli. 
tliai liine, ^ "K tii.g liiia,^ Theory, ]^J^e Bze. 



«^^^ "ing «l'e Che ^ Di chhoo, ^ pfe, ^^ 

s'l^ t/^ life :2;^yai"i Che l»iiep:,^:$r Lae fang, fl 
»1'-- ^ 8^ wei slie, (g[ p'ho, ! E^ ^ ni eo teae ; ihere is, 

|§^^ sh;b tsac ; tlieii, after- ^ J'ew i ihcre is none, ^ 

wards. ~ff fa"g, /J(v ^ jSn '^ we yew. 

hi'iw, ^king, 75 "ae JK ^ Thkrrabout, ^|^ "^ W 

1« sha!^ pEcn, jj^ ch'e i then hoo, ^ j^'J kfe yu. S ^ # 

ii n.ay be, 01 "^ peeii k'hb, ch'lia pah to. g ^ ^ ch'ba 

Ji^ Et-uen ; iheii il may be puhyuen, J|^ "ft shang hca. 

done, '^jj^ ^ fang die wei; Thkkkfore, R^j^ bob, 

ii. m«diatelyj_^ siiy, ^ laai, ^ % she fe_ [JfJC koo, :g ^ 

}k. te'hcay.gp tsclh, j)f tadw, she kwS, j^ ^ koo lexe, ]ft 

Bff ^ flrh h<-.w, ^ lo!h, §fl man, i Whi^iy, gl jangr. 31 

k'lieo, ^ sn^, § nae, ^ k'heo, g ^ yin Wze,^^ 
hv.an , ihen Le set up the car- . yu6n tszi. 
respoitdiiigdoor, '^t£, J|i f^ ( Thkreim, "^ |^ uae niiy, 
nn!; leTh yi'ng miiii ; then come, \ flE ^ T* i«a6 ke chung. 
^?C2^ '3'=w'^^; ihen go, ^ TtiBREOF, ^;^ y^w che. 

^ tsa- k'fieu. Thereto, ^ lEC '"^ang I*- 

TiirNCE, from tlial place. Thereupon, jf t^n^, @l 

ft ^^ yew pcch'ho6,i^ *8ew, i^ Isa^, ^ suy, §[ 

^ ^ tsung na ch'hoo, ^ ^"7. ® fiP ^uy tseih, ^ ^ 

1^ isfing pn ; from tliat place, how lafi, @ peen. 

^ 8$ J^ S5 tang Glie ^ las ; Thbrkwith, ^ g^ yn'ng 

for tJiat reason, ^ lllj ^ jSJC •*■ 

v.-ci isze yuen ko6, ^ jlg Thermal spring, ]^ jg^ 

yu;:a t97.e. © ^ wef tsxe. wan iseuSn. 

TUEHCEVORTH, @ ^ ^ ThERIWIMetBR, ^ ^ ^ 

tsiue lang ahfi. ''an shoo p'eaon. 

Theorem, ^"^^WL Thes^J^^ chay slay. 

k'Uiig heuchesbwd, ^gg] :^elie. |Pf sze, i^% trzli 

•i'^ 'az6. Ung. iH^ if .sze choo, JHJ JJI^ 

Theoretical, l^Mi^ UkJ chung. 



THI 



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peen lull die iA niuh. 
They, ^ e, >^ ^ e tang, 

HH fn tha mfin, ^ |# pe 
tang, ^ ^ keu tang. 

Thibet, ^ ^ se tsang, 
© i^ se ylh. 

Thick, ^p how, 
elith Iinw, By* 1^ tun bow. =ff 
j*"gr K H^ lung how, J^ luh, 
15^ tun, l|l V^njm wei, 
t'liun, ^ gin, ^ k'hecn 
]g peji6w, I0& leSn, ^ fuh, 
pe how ; inspisnated, 

M "fing, j^ joo, Si joo ; 

thick, clammy, jj^ ng : close, 

pi ^ dr how meih. ^ ^ 

juiig jfing, J^ i^ pe meihj 

thick growing grain, ^R nGng; 

growing thick, ^ ^ path 

ls«»h. ^^ ke; thickly planted, 

^ paou chin; thick*8ct, 

., ^ IS] ch'how cliih, Ji pe, 

7^J^inog|j|;ke,f^l8ze; 

frequent, ^ ^ Ihy luy; 

muddy, ^ % ]% ^ ch'hvih 

y^'W n^ teih ; fat, flG ^ ^**^ 

p'hwan ; thick as ants, j^ ^ 

^ tPcn ;n8 thick as two thieves, 

^ m hea neth, ^ ^ iW 

3^ taingshin joo keaou : thick 

and thin, ^ yj)^ nflng t'han, 

how p5 ; a thick face, 

m«p.n k'hwuy : thick 

skinned, ^. ^ h6w p'hS, flR 









THIP 



^ che le;aihick-Bkinned face, 

I^ @ J3t ''^^^ meen p'he ; 
thickness q{ the Rkin, ^ kin ; 
thick lips, )^ ^ how shun, 
^ cha, ^ chin, ijf ch5 . 
thick-headed, j{^j|^{^pow now. 

ToTHiCKKNj^t'haithick- 
ly clad, 1^ nflng. 

Thickkt, Usoo, ^^ 
'^ ilfe kin^ keth che te. 

Thief, ^^ta6ntsTh,g^ 
^ tsthje, ^ ^ ts'liec taou ; 
p«aty tin'ef, /)> ^ seabu tsTli, 
^ j^ kbw t'how. 

To THTKVF, ^"^ gnan 
^''^ow, ^ ^ ts'hpe tsefi. 

Thievish, ^'i^Z.^^ 
kwan i'how che jin, &^ 
^^ h*u t'how teTh, 1^ 
chlh keaou. 

Thigh, 
kob t'hijy, 



chwa, ^ fren ; inside oMo.^ 
kwa,|fuwa^,^ B^pekob, 
^ ch6 ; the thigh-bone, ^ 
pe. 

Thimble, 3^:}§#| fung 
che t'ha, ^ t'haou, ^ t'lia ; 
thimble, for achc^rs, ^ k'lmp, 
^1^ kcue shTh. i^^ k(>n^^ ^ 
keu«, j^ sh5, ^ 8hi^, g|^ p e ; 
thimhh^H, used when playin;? 
the guitar' ^ le. 

THiN,pp6j^^fei,H5, 
^ chob, p^ ^ hwan lun,. 




THI 



THI 



^ {»an?. It k-fi J4 »"h5- ISB @ ^ 49 s^ing vlh s>:in2 ; 

U; : rarr <^ ^ iie soo ; lean, to i^iiik of o:i«* anoih r. 

gC -'^*- S '^ J'^'^ '^^'- ^ f3 J@* s7a»i^ 57-: lo I ink 

^g «lii;i ^fw. ^U f^eu. ;;^ l-^Vfj. fondly of one. ^^ ni->^: to 

^^ lujr ill ihan, ^ L«een. tliiiik of Tirsiirr. ^^ ^ Ima^ 

I'h* : I'ii'i and widrrly- iHi : f*'H'< of il j!g J^ yew 




0|T ad. ^ '^ laii can : thin Ua-^. ^ yh: I ^iiMk yo«i do 
and h9id. ygl li ; iSiin foliagr:. not kni^r me. f|[ ^ ^ ^ 
^g tcaou. Iriij |v1h jn-. r »-. 

Thine, fij? fi^ n- ti»?h. , Third ^ ^ te san : a 

Thinly s-i. f^^ he sing, ihird lim-. ^ ^ t-^a- san ; 

THfNG. ^ ^ w'lh keen. lh<» third inoon ^ J^ san 

^ 01 Miner Be. B>| so ; all yu5, »i? ^ H^ laae s^n? 

lliinSTS. f%^ wan wilh : fh" ' m'nj, -j^ ^ chfih tsew, pg 

thiiiT? which men li'-***, ^ ^ P'"?- 

B^f ^ :^" Cf*" "^ ''"a^- To THIRST: /^ "'^'^ ^ 

To THfvK.,^^ xe^eSne >g R kho : fo ti.v^;;t nft r. /^ 
^*g ^S'^aiig^lg ydnir 
*, ^ .^ l-in w. "1^ !^ f i-'v 
t6, ^ isze. fiwel. ^^ _ 

y**w isav T^ yih f^ >u-^n Irrnvinir ihir^i ifj^}^ fa" l-'h^ 
I^Iun.P^ wei.ifj^h anr.^! Thirstv Jljf '• V^ P if 




k'h5 moo. }^ ^ kit's 
hwaft : to allav thirst, f^ J^ 
Uea* k-ho. it ^ '•'»'^ k'h/S ; 



jin, Hgfuh ji% liin.^,^»^7- : k'lihw k'lm, CJ^khmv kaii ; 
sift : lo ihink (o one's-»«:lf. Hpf it ia easy lo ma'^e a iliiftv 
?^» ffnan fiean?; to ihiuk f f . man to drink, y^ ^ ^ ^ 
h\va$, ^jfn. ^jm, jf£ i!\ k'ho chay e wei ym : lo 

desire vlrfn'* a« a thirsty per- 
son, }^ ^ in y^ szr hecn 




jPJt k'he n*«.'n ;to think <>•» gjjt 



^. mTl 



I gr'«n'r. 



^ Si 



8zO 



Bnan^, ^ ^» choD sze : to lio^ Who : hungry and thirsty, 

ihink on inrppunnily, 3^^ 3^ '^ 7^ Ice k'h5. 

k'hTh negn, ^i^ kwa np^n, ' Thirtefn, "j^ ^ ahTh 

^ lear^u, lv» ^ 8ze leu. TO] [pan : ihe thirteen factories, "f* 

niften, ^ ]^ sze m^en. ^ '^ff shTh san han^ ; thir- 

Jg(6ze nifdn; to think ahont, teenth, ^ "f^ ^ te shth 

in order to find out, |5\ 5^ san. 

•hS tseil ; to think a little, TmRXY, ^ "f* tan shlh, 



THI 



1291 



TIIO 



"ttp sa ; at tliiriy I was csia- 
biished, ^ "y* ff^ jE *Jan 

sliTIi urii l«'ih. 

^^7:\, -]^^\i\, ^ szf. Q# tili6) 

Xa *^^'*' 1^ '9>5e, ^ ^ kill 
is/.e ^ ^ is/.e clny, ^ foo: 
this man 5^ j]^ \ chay ko 
j»n, i\^ A, t^'A^^^ i'ln : \W}< man 

is good. ^ A 75 # t!12 
jln iiae siieji : this way. Jw 




chay yani^ ; tUU porf. jg 
^ chav trJne. ll^ M »«^-^ 
ciinnLr. i^ ^ U^ sze ; this 
and ilinf ^ jy^ |>e iBZft ; tliis 
day. ^ fj kin jtli ; vhis morn- 
inir, ^ -^ Kin tsaou ; flii^ 
evening, ^ H^ kin wan ; tln:^ 
month ^ ^ kin yne : this 
year. ^ ^ kin m:en, 4^ ^ 
pnn nreii ; at thia moment. Jt[^ 
^1| »-«'/;»» k'hTh ; at thi^ lime 

J^ 11^ X^y^ gfiS ^ t^ fl7,p 

8''e, ;^ ^ 9^»»^' «»i^. life ^f^ 
t8z^ i8Zr5 ; fti'm this tim'v ^!f 

^ 8/.e how : this lifc, jH^ "tlt 

tBze 8he ; this place, ^ J^ 

tszN. ch'hoo. ^ ^ taart tsze : 

up to this, ^1 uy, taou tsze . 

think of ihi:^, jgj ^ n<*Hn tflZ'*: 

Ihia is what is meant. ^ ^ 

nM iifii ^*^'^ <^''*'' ^v*^' ys^y *• why 
Iran3erpf»« in this instance, im 

ft^ ^ ^ '^^ ^^^ ^^' ^^^ ' 
on this account. ^ gj^ she 

koo; uic this^^:^ yiingshe. 



Thistle, ^ ke ; large do. 
:fc||ll take; wild thi«tle,7|(; 
shah. 

Thithkr» ^ ^ p'* rh'06 ; 
hither and thiiher. ?(5 ^ laft 
kheii ; ihiihi-rward. [Sj |]J^ 
ht'ane pe, fi l)y wan ' !>:•. 

Thlaspi,^^^ k'hoo 
lln^ leth. 

TiioNg, ip^ -^ p^en tszV 
ijrflchwa: leaih'T ilionsf. p^ 
j^ pMiS leadii. ^^ l^ie la.'-; 
the h:ath(tr thon<^ of a bridle, 
fEpa. 

Thorax, fl^ ^ heunj 
taiy^. 

Thokn $1] tsze. ||5 *^*'' 
:^t8zv^2S?Lhih ^ts.h,:^ 

chTh, ^ l^fi'I' !W 5S ^ ^'I 

king keih che Iszt. ^^ $lj 
Kin<rfPzrt, ^ ^ tar; keae, 
^^tae k' ae. ji^ $"i ko chin, 

^ t'hinir. ^ juy "IV 'liaou, 
thorns and briers. ^J ^ kinjj 
kr»Th. ^^ IrTh : a tliorn hedi^e, 
^ 16 pa. ^ tK le pe. 

Thorny plant«. "jH kSn? ; 
a thorny bnsh, ^| ^ king 
chiiy : a kind of thorny mallow, 
^. rha. 

Thorouoh. \^ t'hnnir. ^ 
»'h'^w, ^ Ifln"^ ^ch'han?, 
*^ cirhansr. tg keu : a tho. 
rou^h knowIed<;e of thinirs sgf^ 
^ wtth kth : thoroiiirh |)ercep- 
lion, 5^ ^ fhimg t'ha ; tho- 




THO 



1292 



THO 





roush acqnainiance will* let- 
«ersi 51 Bjg ^ ^ thuns 
heabu wan tsze. 

Thorouchfarf, 3g[ ^a^"i 
^5|[J,k'hune laou, ig^ ^ 
t-hung laou, #f kcac, 5a ^ 
tliung loo, ^p keii. ?!§[ ^ 
t*hun^ keii, ]^ ling, ^Q[ die. 
1^ kwei ; no thoroughfare, 
^ kefing han^. 

Thorouchly, ^ t'how, 
ch5, thoroughly Iparned, 
^^ ^ pabu hco, fH ^ p?> 
he5 : thoroughly Terscd in, Ij^ 

tluing ; he was thoronchiy 
VPracH in tlie old affair. Hf^ 
^ ^ gan leen kew sz^ : 
ilioronghly acquainted with, j 
^ ^ t'how fihih : thorough- ' 
ly done, 5fc ^ shvlh f 'how : 
thoroughly cooked, ^ jin.^j 
m fiin lew, "^ taew ; tho- . 
roughly boiled, ^ ^ chob I 
••'•"k^j^choblan jpian,' 
^ hwuy, ^ 8P'/, ^ mS ; I 
thoroughly drunk, |g 
tsuy. 

Thorottghpackd, 

Thosr, ^[I :^ na seay, ^ 
p\ ^ ka, ^ A k^ j- n ; those 
who went before and fhosp 

who followed, fltl ^ f^ !|| 
t9e*^n pef how pei. 

Tnor. 1^ joo, f/|! »K ]^ 
ftrli, IflJ firh, 75 n»;,, jig nS, 




'?■ 






kwan ! 



tseu^n 



Tnorcn. sH suy. ^ J^ 

jm : though it be thus, ^ ^ 

34k ]rI suy j5n jod tsze. 

THOiGHTji'^B^neen t'ow. 
jg ^ «?an,i thow. Aa^ B| 
sin t'how, ^ seang, ^ 
p^ing sze, >(J) ^ sin sze, 
^ e sze, ^ ioJi sze neen. 
shtn 8ze, Aa^ ^ f^in keQin 
^ wel keuh ^^4 
l''»ae, 1^ shin, j^ lung ^ 
yu ; mui^h thought, ^ 1^ to 
leu ; wicked thought, yf^ ^ 
^^ iC^ puh lean? che sin : 
deep in thouglit.jj^ ^ ^ 
sliin sze che : one sincere 

thought, — ' 1& ^ sSJ y«h 

neSn che ching : much thouirht 
injures the spirits*, ^ ^ t^ 
l{ilp sze to sun shin * not a 
thought moved, — ' JS ^ ^ 
ylli nt:en p.lli tiing ; to take 
ihou'jit, ^^ ]^ sze leii. 

Thoughtfi T.. J^ ^ sin 
10. *QS phfn. ^nM kin shfn, 
^ f(^ ynng sin, 'J^ tli? feabu 
Bin. lie ^ tez^ f»«^, -{5^ teS. 
*^ heae. 'ff heu, j^^ ke^. 

Thoughtlf.ss, ^^ ^J\ j(^ 
pull s^ann Pin, ^ _§[ kow 
t.<^af , ^ ig fow pft, ^ ^ 
ts'habu f*i1h : a thoughtlesn 

«^- ?E ?2 "ffir ^ hwa hwa 
she keae ; the thoughtless 



THR 



1293 



THR 



world) ^ ^ kcun niS. 

Thousand, ^ ts'heeu ; ten 
thousand, ^» wan ^* a thousand 

cash, — ' flft ^ y^** ^^d" 
Ui'een ; a thousand millions, ^^ 
poo ; ten thousand make a 
myriad, ten myriad;* mi^ke a 
lac, ten lacs make a million, 
ten millions make ten millions, 
ten ten- milh'ons make a hundred 
millions, ten hundred-millions 
make a thousand millions, ~p 

m, + m mm, + m 

^ ^ ^^'^^^ tslitien wei wan, 
ehUi wan wei y!h, shlh yth 
wef chaou, shth chadu wei 
king, shTh king wet kae, shih 
kae wei poo. 

thra).l, Wi ^ f^^ y^»^» 

J^ iOL ^^^^ J^^ "^' 

TuRKAD.]^sccn,^.secn, 

1^ muh, ^ heu5, j^ hwan, 

^ lun seu, ^ tsung, ^ 

chin leu, ^ chTh ; threads, 

1^1 i^ low ; flaxen thread, 




tsin ; connected like a thread, 
^^JOH^ puh tseug jo5 
seen ; needle and thread,^ 
chin seen ; to spin thread, ^ 
fang seen ; the thread of a nar- 
rative, ^ ^ kang kc, f^ lun. 
To THREAD a needle, ^ 
nin, ^ jjij^ nin cliin, 
ch'hwan chin, J^ ^ 
e seen ch'hwan chin. 

To THRKATEN. ^ Wf hlh 

'»^o, in ^ kinor hlh, ^ hth, 





hlh. fa lilt hoo hlh. JJg 



fl k'hincr hlh, ^ |j^ king 
chTh, fj§I Djlf heuncr hlh, ^ 
wei hlh, ^^ ^chin 





san 






^ j^^ ma seen ; hempen 
thread, j^ shin ; cotton do. 
meen seen ; silk thread, 
sze se^n ; silk threads 
arranged in order, 1^ H^ ^ze 
lun ; a sing!e thread, ^^J nin ; 
threads used in weaving, 
jin ; fin«5 thread, |0 hwnh, ^^ 
seen ; red thread, ^ S^ clioo 




plh jln. 

Three, ^ san, 
the three relations, ^ ^y san 
kang ; the three |>owers, ^ 
'^ san tsaS ; the three lights, 
^ 3tuI ^^'^ kwang ; the first 
three, ^ /J^ ^ san keih t* ; 
the three pure ones, ^ ^ 
san t!<ing *, the three kindreds, 

— W^ ^'*^^ ^*^'' » *^^ three re- 
gions of the human body, ^ 
^ sail tseaou ; the three pre- 
cious ones^ (Buddha) ^^ ^^ 
san pabu ; the three genera- 
tions, S f^ san tae ; the three 
extreme powers, ^ Jo ^^^ 
kelh ; the three rivers in the 
centre of China, ^ fil san 
h6 ; three at a birth, ^ ^ 
p'hln sang ; three times three 



i2M TUK 




MiiaJat Sa2-3c. ^ ^ j^n Tu ^Thiift. "g^ -jg fc"^n ««?, 

ed ^ ^ «-i t-r-: : :'• --t-f 'i ..!:. C-*I.T ci'ar- 

^ flf J^^'i yi' r ~,T^ ^4-'i THi.irTT, ^ ^ £110 

fcia %o:i *' ^z. ^ |j6 ^'^•^ ' - )n " •'*^^ 3- i- 

e 1 u. ^ m -1 ^ timur; To 7ii.it*. ^ Iff (J 

To TH»:vsa fftain ^^ TuKOn.J^ hiw ^ ^ 

Thr^shx%g.fl'-or. ^ J^ li-aiiOD. ^ ;^>-nM6w^ P^ 

ku*! cliaii^ : a flaii f^>r ibrcstft- 'gf l«ow Jung. ^ |l||| li.oi 

»"# ^iXc^^ fe*^:!' bo I..T. rg y-j.. i;^ ko "t 

L^i. k^. khmac. gg^^ yen i.6w. ^ 

Thhushold. In ^^"2. f^ yen : iJitf UiroaL (ouuide.) E^ 

H ' ™^"[U» yjii, g *vwaii. *iaii. ^||^yen li"W. jSyiii^, 

)f^ lifeu, J^ >"'-«:». ^ li^". a sore iliroai, 1^ IJI^ Ii,w |ie, 

:^ cli liTii Effsr^-^li' f^i ;L *^aiie: lo jia<s down die 

^ nijii kc. 1^ vTli, P^ f^ ihioat. "JC cg l.^a v^li : the 

niun b-f^rn P^ |§J' -y- mfin I'lro-n not huar:?t-. Ig ]^ l^ 

|;ii« i«i^ p^ ijg niun kwan:r y-'* i*^'' ^l>^ : noi mii.ii m the 

K^ tS^ '**= ■• '"" • ^ moveable iliro -L yf\ ^ l^ |mh die 

llirc.-hnM. ^^ k'liWan ; tliv y'fi : a l>on" siuking in the 

tlire^hoM ot a bed-cliain- Hircat. ^ .^'iii^ ; to cui oi»e*d 

^^''': ^ M, -*'»^'» liwaii'J : lb- i'*roaL g ^ rsz* wnn : ihe 

tlire^^hold of a door jS ^ tliroai of a bird, Pjf' liantr. 

bo » liii, ^S been, pg kwan. To th«ior ^^ ^ hwo 

^ yib, ^ nee : ihr ibresbold i Iiiin^ ^ |^^ le thea^u, flj 
of Heaven 8 gale, ^ ^ f been f jffj J^^ ked urb t'b -n 'n f(^ 

kwHH. Jfl^ sill thea'>u, ifj jjj ta 

Thrice, ^£ ^ snn tsze, cbeii. ^[ ^? loo so. 
H S san uaoii. ^ ^ san ' THKoeK," ^ kd, ^ t86, 

'^^fty* ifc wef, ^ yadu ; imperial 



THa 



' 1895 



THR 



throne, H j£ Iflng wei, Rj^pabu, ^ ^ peen k'heii. 
yE i>abu tso ; to ascend (he 1 1^ keuen, ^ yen, ^ ^ 
throne, |^ {ft i^^^n w^f, ^ • hwuy k'he, :^ ts'hwan, ^ 




tang ^^ ^ "i;/^ ^ tarn? 
la pabu, ^ fee ^"^o ^®*» S 
j^ tang k^Th , to obtain the 
tlirone, ^ fft wei ; to lose 
do. ^ fi shlh we( ; to come 
to the throne, ^ ^ Ue h 
wei , i^ ^ "f^ t8o tMiPcn hca 

To THiioNG, 1^ ^ yaog* 



shay k 'he ; to throw away 

tirae,^;)^ |^- ch1i kwaiig 
yin ; to throw away anything, 

IPH^ ^^^y 1^'l^e wuh. 
do. one's life, ^ -^ peen 
ining, 1^^ p'hwan raing, 
^ W ^cuen mfng ; to throw 
away money, ^ {l^ p'hwan 
^_ ^^^iWli^^^ P^i ^« throw 

Thuonq, A-^ J*" ^*^""Sp^*y ^"*'® property, ^ ^ 
• ^J^ yiJh keun jin. | sn p5 ; to throw away dregs, 

Throttles, that precede ' ^ hnih ^j^ waii ; to throw 



death, 




I t'han yiing. | away WHier, J^ ph6, mi luh; 



To THtiOTTLE, ^ ^ ^8"^ , to throw one'^-sclf away, ^ 
kihg; to strangle,^ Mv^^ M ^^^^ <*'he, $1 ^ tsze 

Through, ^ tsung, ^ 
yfi, ^ gbw, ^ t'hung, 5^ 
t'how ; through and through, 
^ ^ tseugn jSn ; lo enter 
tliruu!*li the door, ^ f^ ff^ 
^ y§w mun firh juh ; to go 
tlirough, iH flf t'hung hlng ; 
stab through, ^ij ^ t»ze t'ow. 

Throughout, ^^ peen, 
31 !>5en, ^ sze fang. ^^ ^ 

To THftow, p chlh, flfl^ljk'hingtabu,^ T^ t'hew 
ts'oo, IS keuS. iijt yn ; to j biia, ^ keancr, ^|5 ch^, ig 
throw awr.y, ^ p'haon, J)^ | tow, ^ cha, jlf- pa^, ^ )^ 
^ p'haon k1ieu, ^ 3^ i fsew tabu,^ chuy, |^ tsiih, 
p'hnouk'e, ^ p'wan, j^ e^.'^ sha; to throw back, j^ 

^ ^ |i6 k'he, ^ Hf^ S T I Q ^^^^^ '^^'^y > ^ ^'^fo^ l^'e«i 
pSen pub yaou IeabO| ^ few ; ^ % chlb wa ; to throw 

Ppp 



paou ; to throw one's-self into 
a well, ^ ^ tow tsing ; to 
throw one's-self in the way of 
wickedness, }M ^ ^ M 
i8z6 tdw go taou; to throw 
stones, %^^ p'baou shlh, i^ 
>fl ^ ohuy shlh thdw, : ^ 
^ p'hwan shlh, ^ ^^ chlh 
shlh ; to tlirow a stone from a 
high place, J^ luy j to throw 
I down, ^ "p chlh hea, ^ 



THK 



lt96 



TBO 



brick bata, ^ % H* chiiy 
wa p'eeii . to throw into confii- 
•ion, ^ %l jnbu Iwan. ^ 
|g[^ keaou Iwan, ^] *jjj] tt^ni 
P'iiae, 4T IL la Iwaii, ^ 
ja»g,^ ^ Hlieangjang; lo 
throw otr, a^ a horse does his 
rider, 7;£ ^^ fan kiia ; to 
throw oiie's-self into the water, 
^ yJC foo shwiiy ; to throw 
into the water, Jjq yjC tow 
shwiiy, ^ tsin ; to tlirow 
sheep's eyes, Q^ ^ aicSii 
lar^, ; to (brow the arms around, 
?S |j£ low choo : to throw 
ai'otit one's arms, ^ ^ sa 
show ; to throw ii|> earth on 
plants, j^ ]^\ : to tlirow open 
tlie doors, (fig J^ p'eTh mun ; 
to throw trtjr«"'iier, ^ ^ tow 
1j*^» jff to. ^ tow : to throw 
into the fire, ^ ;J^ low hb ; 
to throw \i\)^i\» jiir.'iiitH do milk, 

5E »»«^», '^J^ 5£ ifC % scaou 
firli gbw jo5 : to throw into the 
bargain, f^ '^ termor ma^ ; to 
thrDW in, f^ isow ; to thiow i 
out of the liJiid, ^ ^)^ |.a lao ; 
to throw upon the sand, )^ 
jjff U? k'heii yu sha ; to throw 
Into prison, *7v ^ hoa yfih 
^^Jttdwyuh, ^ g kin 
korn : to throw off a garment 
Jj^ 3RJ[ t1io e ; to throw into a 

kliang chuny ; to throw off 




fetters, j^ ^ ^ t'hS chih 
kuh . to throw on some one 
clse,'|^|g^^ t'hdyfl,6 

yu jin. 

Thuum, ^ 1^ cliih yd. 
I^hwuy, 11^ k hwei. 

Timupii, A disease, ^ 
koo, /ys 5^ P7 ^ scabu urii 
k'hbw chwang. 

Thrush, a bird, ^^ S| 
kMian tst'u, ]^ 0|| Inin tan, 
M l3S *»^^a mei iseo. 

To THKUST, ^ij fsze, I^J 
£l| tsan cirha ; to thrust out 
the he.nd, ^ itj H chliin 
clfhiiii t'hviW ; to thrust out 
thelieadand ficcp, ^ chin; 
to thrust out the tongue, ^ 
J^ t'hoo sli.'. : /o thrust one 
by force, ^ ^ han kth. ^ 
iQlhanyih: to thrust in the 
sickle, ^j| !J;lJ p5 i^z*\ ; with a 
sword made a thru<<t at his 

taou foo k6 ch^w. 

TnrMn, ^ ^ ked p heTh, 
j^ inmv, ^ ;J)3 kt'd cir\ "/^ 
n'^gw 'a mow ch^, ^ 
7^ show die kiing, "^ J^^ 
1^ ta ch^t t'how ; additional 
one. |^^pin<rmbw ; tliumi). 
si-rew, ^ fPJ ch^ hinsr, :^ 
:^ IhI show, 1^ -^ IS I tsasc, 
^ It t,a Che, ^^k&