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treat as a son. II. iv. 8, («. 4.): IV. v. Pt.
ii. 5. (3) An officer, officers. V. xiii. 24. Applied to certain specified officers,—
fit ¥ M A>v-ix-17- 0bserve
IV. xi. 8, wliere we translate it by—you.
^ ¥nnd # Ke antl &
(4) The first of the calendaric branchcharacters. V. ii. 1: iii. 8 : xii. 6: xxii. 2.
(5) A title of nobility, viscount. We have 'jjfr n. xi. 1; and 0| V.
iii. 8: iv. 1, 2, 3.
Great. II. iii. 2. Greatly. III. i. Pt. i. 48; Pt. ii. 15: IV. iv. 8.
Pregnant. V. i. Pt. i. 5.
To love, to cherish. V. ix. 16.
To be in a state of preservation or flourishing. IV. ii. 7.
To believe, repose confidence in. V. xvi. 9: xxvii. 20. Sincerity, faithfulness. V. xiii. 24. What is certain or fully proved, xxvii. 15, 17. To be fully established in. IV. v. Pt. iii. 9: V. xvi. 2. Sincerely, truly. IV. iii. 5: ix. 5.
to be diligent, untiring. II.
iv. 1: V. i. Pt. iii. 3: xxi. 3.
To be filial; filial piety. I. 12: IV. v. Pt. ii. 7: V. viii. 3 : ix. 16: x. 6: xvii. 3. xxi. 1 : xxvii. 8.
(1) Chief or head. j^^. V.ix.2.
(2) First, the beginning, jjj^j* 3fe the
first month of spring. III. iv. 3. (3) ^£
zfjj, the name of a marsh. III. i. Pt. i.
57. aL the name of a ford, and a place. III. i. Pt. ii. 7: V. i. Pt. i. 1: iii. 8.
(1) The youngest of brothers or cousins. V. xxvii. 13. (2) The last month
of a season. III. iv. 4. (3) J 2^5, the
father of king Wan. V. iii. 5: vi. 4: xv. 8.
(1) Solitary, standing alone. III. i. Pt. i. 35. = helpless. IV. vii. Pt. i. 15. (2) JjJ^, the three ministers, second in dignity at the court of Chow. V. xx. 6.
Children. Used adverbially, = along with your children. III. ii. 5 : IV. i. 4.
A grandson. V. xix. 18, 21. -^r j$j> is very common for descendants. In V. xviii. 17, it is singular, -j^j alone is used for descendants, and descendant. IV. vii. Pt. ii. 14 : v. xxvii. 22. We have %, IV. vii.Pt.ii. 12: V. vi. 6; and ^ jfifc, V. iii, 6.
To breed. I. 4.
To learn; learning. IV. viii. Pt. iii. t, 3, 4, 5: V. xx. 16.
A suckling; but -^p ■= young son. Used in reference to kin«r Cliing, in speaking of him or to him. V. vi. 12: xiii. 9, 13, 28: xix. 16, 18, 21.
Calamities. IV. v. Pt. ii. 3. It appears
in the text as which is not so correct as the form in the margin.
THE 40th RADICAL.
Traitorous, to play the part of a traitorFound always in connection with —
(1) Toresidein. Spoken of place. 1.4, 5, 6, 7 ; et sospe. Obs. V. xxii. 28. To lie made habitable. III. i. Pt. i. 78; Pt. ii. 14. A site or locality ; dwellings; neighbourhood. V. xii. 2 : xiii. 4, 23. ^ r^, II. i. 20. ^ lg_, V. xxiv. 7. (2) Spoken of office,—to occupy. II. i. 17: ii. 9; el al. Of a special service. IV. viii. Pt. i. 1: V. xxii. 1. To put into office. V. xix. 2, 12, 19. T^J i^, office-able, xix. 2, 4. , the office occupied, xix. 4. (3) To settle, consolidate. IV. v. Pt. i. 2: V. ix. 5, 7: xviii. 22.
Sides of a roof, = roofs. IV. iii. 6.
To keep, guard, have the charge of. II.
ii. 17: IV. iii. 7: V. xxii. 6: xxv. 2. = guard-posts. V. xxiv. 7. -^J men who keep themselves in the right way. V. iv. 11.
Low. 3d tone. In the phrase to make a tour of inspection. II. i. 8, 9.
A condition of tranquil security. V. xxiv. 12. To rest, repose in. II. iv. 2: IV. v. Pt. iii. 5: vii. Pt. i. 11 (n. b.)i V. v. 8. To tranquillize, give repose to. II.
iii. 2: IV. vii. Pt. ii. 6: V. xxii. 8 : xxvii.
14. 7^ = naturally, without effort. I. 1.
(1) To enlarge. IV. vii. Pt. iii. 7. (2) ^ ^ =■= the minister of Works. V. x. 13.
(1) Belonging to one's ancestors. ^j- Jjjjjj, and £j2 alone, the temple of ancestors. III. iii. 8: IV. iv. 8: v. Pt. i. 2: V. i. Pt. i. 6; Pt. iii. 3. Connected with this is the name of the minister of Religion, as Jfjfe II. i. 23. ^ "f£|, 23, 26. Officers in his department are
called ^ \, xxii- 27' -8- ^ ^JCto occupy the place of chief mourner, V. zxii. 4. A cup used in sacrifices is called £f? H. iv. 4. ,|j|J| Shun',
ancestral temple. II. ii. 19. (2) To honour; honourable, ^J^, L
The capital of the Chow dynasty is called
Itxx. t:xxW. 1. ^^andPjl
4, 5, 16. t Jj-j, the most meritorious.
Xiii. 7. So ^ alone, p. 15. 57* ijjff> honourable ceremonies,—ceremonies which all should observe, p. 19. ^ ~J~, V. x. 11. 13. (3) To appear at court,—applied to the waters of the Keang flowing to the sea. III. i Pt. i. 47. (4)
a mountain. II. i. 8. l£g An officer of government; an office. FS Either of these meanings will suit most kwan 0f the passages where the characters
occur. J?J 'j^, all the officers. II. ii 19: III. iv. 2: V. iv. 1; tt ol. We have it, when we should expect a more definite term, the officer intended being understood. V. xxvii. 21. To'put into office. II. iii. 2: V. i. 5. To preside over, —iu the phrase jij. II. ii. 18. >= the influence of power. V. xxvii. 16.
(1) To establish, tu settle: tobesettled. 1.8: II. i. 18: III. i. Pt. i. 41: iv. 2; tt tape. (2) = to remain, to stop. V. xiii. 21.
tit (1) To approve of or require as right. -H- V. vi. 8. (2) The name of a sacrifice • to the earth. V. i. Pt. 1. 10. (3) In a
name. ^ OZ, V. xvi. 12. To spread, extend. II. iv. 4. To mani-H- fest, to display. II. iii. 4: IV. vii. Pt. ii. ttutn 6:V. xxii. 5. hsiian
A house. V. vii. II, 18. St a house and its chambers. V. xi. 4: IV. ii. 6. An apartment. V. xxii. 11. So St, xiii. 29. A mansion, as opposed to V. vii. 11. So in xviii. 26. But we
have together as belonging to
the emperor, V. Pt. i 5, while they are together as belouging to the nobles, IV, iv. 12. The most common use of tit,
however, is for the Royal House, I
|gf. III. iv. 5: V. viii. 4: xvii. 6: xxiii. 6:
xxiv. 8. Bo, in xix. 2.
To forgive; to show leuiency to. H. i. 11: ii. 12: V. xi. 2: xxi. 8, 10.
(1) A palace, V. vii. 7. Joined with §j, a palace or mansion. IV. iv. 7: V. i.
Pt. i. 5. (2) w, the punishment
of castration. IV. xxvii. 18. (3) In the double surname f^J V. xvi. 12:
In the phrase Jj^ 5^?, prime minister.
IV. iv. 1: V. xvii. 1: xx. 7.
To injure, be injurious. V. i. rt. i. 5: iii. 6: II. 19: v. 8. To receive injury.
V. vi. 10. IN cruel injuries. IV. iii.'3.
Why. IV. vii. 7.
Riches. V. Iv. 39. To be rich. iv. 13: zxir. 11: xxvii. 11. To enrich. V. xxiii. 5.
Cold; to be cold. V. iv. 32, 34 : xxv. 6. To examine. V. xxvii. 12, 18, 20.
(1) To be few. V. xxiv. 15. (2 A
widow. In the phrase 8: ix. H:xt. 6,10; e< al. V.xi.3. (8)
led decree. V. xxiii. 3.
unworthy brother, vii. 5.
(1) To be filled. V. xvi. 9. P
that which fills the mouth, matter for remark. IV. ii. 1. (2) To be real ; real.
IV. viii. Pt. i. 1 : vii. Pt. 1. 10. Really; positively, exactly. IV. ii. 4: v. Pt. ii.
2 : V. xxiv. 9 : xxvi. 3 : xxvii. 18.
To be in a state of repose, and tranquillity. III. iii. 4: IV. iv. 2 : V. v. 7: xxiv.
3 j et tape. To give repose or tranquillity to j to soothe. IV. iii. 6: V. xiii.
25: xiv. 18; et tape. j££ xjt
and G are all designations of king
Woo. V. vii. 3, 8, 9, 10,11, 14, 15; et al. A state of tranquillity : serenity of mind.
V. iv. 86 : xxvii. 13. (2) It is better to. V. i. Pt. ii. 9. The comparison is completed in H. ii. 12.
To examine carefully, to judge. V. xxvii, 16, 17, 18, 20. To describe minutely. IV.viii. Pt.i.3. Discriminatingly. V. xxii. 4.
To be gentle. II. i. 24: iii. 3 (n. b.): V.
ii. 5: xxi. 7. ^f- be gentle, or the course to pursue is gentleness. II. i. 19. To make gentle. V. xv. 18. Gentleness. II. ii. 12: IV. iv. 3: V. viii. 2.
Precious. V. vi. 7: vii. 3: xxvii. 21. Precious things. IV. vii. Pt. iii. 12 : V. v. 3: xxii. 19. To consider precious. V. v. 8.
Favour. IV. v. Pt. iii. 9: V. xx. 19: xxiv. 10. To confer favours CmfL
xxiv. 10: xxx. 4 (n. b.). (2) To take, = to be charged with. III. iv. 5 : IV. iii. 4: V. i. Pt. i. 5: xiv. 2 : xvi. 15. (3)? To regulate. V. x. 4. (4) Great. V. xiii. 15. (5)? To acknowledge. V. xiii. 21.
itt (t in p. 20 is about inexplicable.
To engross, to do alone. IV. viii. Pt. iii. 10.
To honour. V. xix. 2.
To respond to. IV. viii. Pt. iii. 11: V. xxv. 6. To reply. V. vi. 17.
To lead;—actually. III. i. Pt. i. 67. mentally = to survey and lay down the course of. Pt. ii. 1, 3—13.
THE 42d RADICAL, yjv
Small. Passim. Often used along with
phrases we have s\l used by the emperor, and to him and others, but only by the ministers E Yin and the duke of
Chow; ^T, V. xix. 8; /J\ -ffjj, p.
9; /h El- v- u- 17> 18> * al-! 'b
the inferior people. V. xii. 13, 21,
22, 23; et soepe /J\ A is also used of the lower people. V. xv. 2, 3, 5, 6, 7, 17, 18. Only once, II. ii. 20, does it denote the mean in opposition to the superior man. A little. V. vii. 1.
3d tone. Junior, assistant. V. x. 2. The ^ % >X? f§. 4? gjfi, were the three ministers second in dignity at the court of Chow. V. xx. 6. The Mi appears before under the dyn. of Shang. IV. xi. 1, 3.
I I iv. 5 ; et passim. This is the prevailing shang usage 0f the character in the Shoo. The exhortation and entreaty are not so evident indeed in all cases, and the meaning approaches to a reflective perhaps, as in V. xxx. 8. (2) To ascend. V. ix. 21. (3) Still, in both the meanings of—in addition to, and notwithstanding. V. x. 7, 8: xiv. 23: xvi. 12, 15: et al. (4) To esteem, be reckoned valuable. V. xxiv. 8.
THE 43d RADICAL.
Ji (1) Evils, = judgments, calamities. /L V. xxvii. 21. (2) To murmur, to grudge.
V.xvi.3. (3) jjf the name of the
first rebel V. xxvii. 2.
J, three places to be repaired to. To accommodate one's self to.
THE 44tii RADICAL.
To occupy in a sham way, like a persenator of the dead. III. iii. 1: iv. 4.
(1) To direct, to rule. V. viii. 3 : xviii. 19: xxi. 1. (2) Directors,—the heads of other officers, or official departments.
V. xi. 2: xviii. 2. They are called ^3" J=^, vii. 6; Jffij II. iv. 10: V. x. 10;
frS V- £ 35 i f3* 1fr xix- 9 i ]f ^j9", xxii. 3. The yj> "^J* are different.
V. xix. 8; and perhaps ^9* in p. 11. (3) The designation of T'ang's prime minister E Yin. IV. iv. 1 ; et siKjte. He
speaks of himself in the style P" ^jij,
IV. v. Pt. i. 2, 3: vi. 3.
(1) The tail. V. xxv. 2. (2) ^ J||,
to pair and copulate. I. 4. (3) a
a mountain. III. i. Pt. ii. 2.
(1) To abide, reside in ;—properly spoken with reference to place, but used also with ref. to office and condition. III.
i. Pt. i. 39 : IV. iv. 5: v. Pt. i. 9: viii. Pt.
ii. 10: V. vi. 14; et al Dwellings, homes, families. II. i. 20: IV. vii. Pt. in. 5, 10:
V. xiv. IS, 25; et al. (2) To settle, to locate. V. xiii. 14: xx. 12. (3) To abide sitting : V. i. Pt. i. 6 : xxvi. 2. (4) The virtues appropriate to the several circumstances of life and condition. V. iv. 2. (5) Accumulated stores of grain. II. iv. 1.
To reach to. II. ii. 21.
To be connected with. III. i. Pt. i. 78: IV. vii. Pt. ii, 6. J| to find connections for destitute women. V. x. i. 3.
A mountain, a hill. S<rpe. A mound. V. v. 9. A hill-site. IV. vii. Pt. iii. 4. The emblematic mountain on the emperor's robe. II. iv. 4. A rip the hills of the nine provinces. III. i. Pt. ii. 14. ^ [Jj, mount Hwa. V. iii. 6. often follows the names of mountains. Those into whose names the character itself does not enter, and which will be found in their proper places, are ^jj,
iS' }Fl]' ^ P6111^8
The name of a mountain. III. i. Pt. i. 4, 70; I't. ii. 1.
The ridge of a mountain. III. iv. 6.
A mountain, forming one of the boundaries of Ts'ing-chow, and Sen-chow. HI. i. Pt. i. 21. 20, 28. In II. i. 8, it is also called -flj
(1) A mountain so called, and also ^ Ji. III. i. Pt. i. 4 ; Pt. ii. 1. There were also the four mountains, called N ft, V. xx. 14,—the northern, the southern, the eastern, and the western, all referred to in II. i. 8. (2) The second if not the first minister, about the courts of You and Shun, was styled [/^ gr. I. 11, 12: II. i. 7, 15, 17, 23: V. xx. 3.
A mountain in Leang-cliow. III. i. Pt. i. G3.
A mountain in Yung-chow. III. i. Pt. ii. I.
Lofty. III. iii. G.
(1) To honour. IV. ii. 9 : V. i. Pt. iii. 3 : ii. 6: iii. 10; et al. = to indulge in. V. x. 9. (2) To be exalted, made great. V. xx. 17. (3) Greatly. IV. vii. Pt. ii. 11,14 : V. xviii. 5. (4) The name of a mountain in the present Iloo-niui. II. i. 12.
THE 48th RADICAL.
(1) Work. II. iii. 5. (2) Workmen. II. i. 21. (3) Service, duty. II. iv. 8. (4)
Officers. III. iv. 3: V. iii. 4; ct aL "jEj" T, all the officers. I. 8: III. iv. 3: V.
xiii. 6; el aL JL> honoured officers, Heads of clans. V. x. 10, 13. = masters of music. II. iv. 6. Obs. -J^ ^jjj T, V. xiii. 20. (5) JT, the
ancient name for the minister of Works. I. 10: II. i. 12, 21.
The left (adj. and noun) ; on and in the left hand. IV. ii. 4: V. ii. 1: xxii. 20: xxiv. 13. On^£^ and ^j*, see
Artful. Artfulness. II. iii. 2: V. i. Pt. iii. 3 : xxvi. b.
Great. IV. viii. Pt. i. 6.
(1) J|^, sorcerers' fashion. IV. iv. 7. (2) A surname. V. xvi. 7.
To make a distinction in. V. xxvii. 3. Discrepancies, p. 20. -^ij 'wo all(* a half times, p. 18.
THE 49tii RADICAL g^.
Onc's-sclf. In the Shoo of the 2d and 3d persons. II. ii. 3, 6: IV. ii. 5, 8: V. i.
Pt. ii. 5: xxx. 6. Observe. ^ £3, IV. iv. 1.
(1) Have, indicating the present complete tense. V. xvi. 3: xix. 18. (2) To stop, rest, have done with. I. i. 11: V. ix. 17: xiii. 21 (n. b.). (3) = yes. The speaker assents to or approves of what has been said, and goes on to add something more. V. vii. 2, 9: ix. 7, 14: xi. 8: xiii. 11.
The sixth of the calendaric branchcharacters. V. iii. 1: xii. 5.
To resign. I. 12.