Western Mandarin; Or the Spoken Language of Western China, with Syllabic and English Indexes

Western Mandarin; Or the Spoken Language of Western China, with Syllabic and English Indexes

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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. 1900 edition. Excerpt: ...tall spinous tree with palmate leaves and character. the plain, square style of writing Chinese wood Machilus nanmu, a tree with fine hard the common willow. the aspen. the io--tree. each one should find some employment. to follow a calling or business. an ancestral estate. I have already said. used to dye yellow. Sophora japonica; the flower buds are rjtn and branches complete, a well-formed person; lit., like a tree with gradually wasting away, as with sickness. the betel-nut. a commode. the pomegranate. buy a hundred baskets of paper money. after an examination, to issue the list of successful competitors an example. a large tray. a chess board. a tenon; a dovetail. tenon and mortise. their words do not agree. splendour, wealth and honour, great glory! making boxes, etc. the wood of the camphor-tree, used for a sioo; a stake set ia the groand. a post to tie a horse to. py a half pos. a hobbledehoy; a low house, feuce, etc.; the stump of a tree. rich stubble. he is firm ou his feet. au affair. (N. A.) soap-berries. soap-berri/ beads, used in rosaries. the general appearance is similar. to speak generally; on the whole.. all are forbidden. Hibiscus syriacus. made of planks set in the grave, the inner and outer coffins, the latter is a loft; an upper story. a look-out platform. a druni-Zower. the stage of a theatre. oor-boards. a wooden bridge, large or small. the root, or stock of a cabbage. oar rests in rowing, the row-locks of a boat, i. e., where the let the music begin I musical instruments. pumelo. the common orange; in some places the plainly dressed. sincere; simple-minded. the rafters which support the floor of a loft. a tree. the Chinese oak. acorns. I have no money; lit., the bag is empty. fishing, wood-cutting, farming and...show more

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  • Paperback | 28 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 2mm | 68g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236609077
  • 9781236609076