A Dictionary of the Hok-Keen Dialect of the Chinese Language; According to the Reading and Colloquial Idioms

A Dictionary of the Hok-Keen Dialect of the Chinese Language; According to the Reading and Colloquial Idioms : Containing about 12.000 Characters ...

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1832 edition. Excerpt: ...night." Lfing cheng e IS wan, tarn pok k'hd, bfing sim e 16 kadu hwui"&, tarn pSh Chang btng ling St/ sim, peace and tranquillity will enable a man to extend his thoughts to distant objects, and a tasteless indifference to tke world will enlighten the mind. Said by Choo-kut-boo-hoe'. Rest, the opposite of motion, stillness, quietness, inactivity. Te chSa tong, jin chea chfng fl T" "fr "" C 4y lang tin tang, woo jin ay ling cheng cheng, men of knowledge are active, but men of benevolence still. See the = Seaog lun. Chek cheng che ch'he jg TMft eMng 4y tuy, a still, quiet place. An earthen pot to boil rice in: 6 Cheng ho6 cheng chliwan JJ j tfW 'Ao fe"i to5 ce pooinS, to use pans and pots in cooking. See-j Beng-choo. Cheng Cheng ST Cheng Cheng To reprove-, koe chea, kwun yew cheng s!n, hoo yew cheng choo j-+, o4 cha, jin kwun woo Chang laa iy jin rin, neonS pay W05 t'hang tna ay haou sain&, in former times, princes had ministers that could reprove them, aud fathers, children that could advise then. See the j= Ley ke To look displeased. A pit, a hole. Jin kae wat, & te, --k'he jS lap choo koe hwa ham, cheng che teung, jfi bok che tc f Idng cho poo king, gwi woo te, --na botyh i kw a j lap e kot hwa ham chSng ay teung, chew bo, ling ey chae seem peen%, people all say, "I am knowing,"--but if you were to drive and catch them, in a net or a trap, or in the midst of a pil-fa.ll, they would none of them know how to-escape. See the I j I Teung yung. k"hwnd t'heen8 ay dy t'hdk ch'hayh Idng, Ongan-sek of the Song dynasty settled the form of literary compositions, and confined them to eight sections; till in the BSng dynasty, literary compositions...show more

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  • Paperback | 54 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 3mm | 117g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236564375
  • 9781236564375