A Chinese-English Dictionary Volume 1
This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1892 edition. Excerpt: ...H to share the spoils. 53; 5 511 to divide the profit according to the shares. 5U if to moisten the pencil, --to give fees for assistance with the pen 4 51! a present to an intermediary, --short of a bribe. Ms 9 513 A. Put the money into their own pockets, --of peculation. m m & a Mow,": follow my example. J?J jH' an old name for Chinkiang in Kiangsu. The aroma of growing grain; fragrant. V 3f n tree resembling the locust (Sophora), found in Honan, bearing small white flowers and a greenfruit. Lank, unkempt hair. Honour; glory, as opposed to No. 5684; used conventionally for "your" Flourishing; prosperous, opposed to # No. 6256 Beautiful. Blood. noble; glorious. 55 0 M ft splendour, riches, and honours. 55 M or 55 j to return with glorv, --to retire from r-uTM life. 55 ft r 55 your nobie journey, --used conventionally. 55 f f"J J "here is your noble post? 5j5 Jjf may your happiness increase I 55 Js your promotion. U may you have brilliant happiness!--a common form of congratulation. 551M or 55SIyour apjiointment appointed. f to be honoured by the charge of. 55 ft prosperous. S 55 A graciously honoured with the ninth grade, ---e-ff-83 bestowed upon aged men at an Emjieror's accession or marriage. % H flourishing; blooming, as plants. Jg g to do honour to one's ancestors. 5ffift, Siiwhen the blood and the vital anra do not circulate, the five viscera cease to discharge their functions. 3gJ to forgive. to pardon; to allow. & A J& to overlook the faults of others. IS to be yielding; complaisant. f3 to allow to remain. to be allowed to petition; to allow one to petition. g've me a few days' grace. as soon as....; when. Q patient;...
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