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E sacrificial vessels. V. iii. 3. To be confused, confusion. IV. vii. Pt.

i. 9. pëen pien To cry to, to appeal to. IV. vii. Pt. i.

To receive,-to take in. IV. viii. Pt. ii. 1; Pt. ii. 5. Foll. by Heaven or God. V. yu

9: II. iv. 4, 6, 7. kp-the minister of i. Pt. ii.3: xii. 10: xix. 2. The character yü

Communication. II. i. 25. To present, should be without the H.

to send in, as in payment of tribute. III. i. Pt. 1.52 : Pt. ii. 18:IV. viii. Pt. i. 5. To

place or put. V. vi. 11. To be appointed. THE 119TH RADICAL. **

II. i. 2. tips the setting sun. I. 6. 純 (1) To be decided ; determinate; de

terminately. V. xvi. 9, 14: xviii. 7. (2) the emblematic flour of rice represented chóun

shun To enlarge ; great. V.'x. 6; xxviii. 2. mi on the lower robe of the emperor. II. iv. 4.

2d tone. A border,-as of a mat. V. 純

xxii. 15-18. To grind, or reduce to powder or shun jun flour. ***

see above,

Mixed. V. xxii, 18.
Grains of rice. to have rice (or fun
grain generally) to eat. II. iv. l.

fên leih

(1) A rope. =

reins. III. iii. 5. (2) li

=ruin, dissolution. V. ii. 5. 粟

Rice in the husk. III. i. Pt. ii. 18: IV.

ii. 4. In V. iii. 8, we may understand suh perhaps grain generally.

To involve,--to go on to affect. V. v. hsü

9. A kind of millet. * V. i. Pt. let

i. 6. tzû

AL Small. V. v. 9: xxi, 10. ** To be discriminating. II. ii. 15. i. 6.

lisi tsing

A coarse kind of hemp, or the cloth ching

made from it. III. i. Pt. i. 60.

ch'oo 粮 Parched grain. V. xxix. 5.

chu chow ch'ou

To connect, continue. IV. vii. Pt. i. 4: #


viii. Pt. iii, 11: V. ix. 5: xxvi. 3. Provisions of grain. V. xxix, 5. loang

shao E = to be the vicegerent of God. liang

V. xii. 14. F , to bring in 駐 Malt. IV. viii. Pt. iii, 3.

connection with the intelligence of Here

ven. V. vii. 3. A Theory = nieh

connecting the all bul broken line of your

sovereign. V. xxviii. 3. THE 120TH RADICAL.

*ILE ÁL, strings of pearls. III, i. Pt. i.

52. 4 To raise up, to exhibit. V. xxvi. 3.

ex ea

(1) The end; the result. Often in këw chiu

chung connection with #f. IV. ii. 9: iv. 4: v. 紀

(1) To arrange different threads of Pt. iii. 2, 6: vi. 6: viii. Pt, iii, 1, 8: V. silk. Hence to arrange, to regulate gener

xvi. 2, 23: xvii. 5. a successful ke

ally; and what is arranged, or arranges. issue, expecially in the phrase chi

it am, rules and laws. III. iii. 7. I IV. iii. 9: V. Pt. i. 3 ; Pt, ii, 3: viii. Pt. i. *, human distinctions or relationships.

10: V. xxiv, 18, retirement,the

resignation of Yaou, II, i. 4. - fu. IV. iv. 5. # *C, the heavenly ar

turity. V. vi, 10. As an adverb,— rangers or arrangements. III. iv. 4.

tually, finally, in the end. II. ii. 14: V. y. These are called the five arrangers,

9; xxi. 14. As a verb,--to end (neut. ÁĽ, in V. iv. 4, 8. To be chronicleri.

and act.), II. i. 17: V. iv. 39 : xxv. 10.

To make an end of. V. xii, 10. To finish. V. xxv. 1. * # 4K - to take in

V. vii. 10, 14 : xiii. 11: xiv. 2 (F hand---arrange-its disturbed order or broken line. V. vii. 4. (2) A period of

Ti', finished the work of Goul). twelve years. V. xxiv. 3.

A film. IV. v. Pt. i. 10, and







nok tite, Pt. il. 2, – in the end he was audiences. V. xxil. 10, 14. But the same virtuous. To be repeated, = repeatedly,

phrase in xix. 1, 8, denotes the keepers

of the robes. purposely. II. i. 11; V. ix. 8: xxvii. 13. , a single day. V. xviii, 4. (2) Liberal, generous. Mo,

cho to cultivate a large and generous heart. ** Thi, the name of a mountain. III. cho V. xv, 18. i. P't. i. 76.


Properly the end or point of silk in a

Used for a line or clue of inheri. 結 To tie. to contract enmity. tance. III. iii. 8: IV. v. Pt.iii. 3: V. xxv, këč V. i. Pt. iii. 2.


2. X* = the inheritance or poschieh To cut short; to extinguish. III. ii. 3

session. IV. v. l't. i. 2. 6 tseuě

( kt): iii. 8: 1V. ix. 3: V. xxvii. 5, Plain white silks, III, i, Pt. i. 35. chüeh 6, 12. To be extinguished. V. xiii. 9. kaou

kao El fit, to extinguish—bring premature

騰 To bind or fasten. All the ruin 01--one's-self. IV. X. 2. But the same phrase, full, by F, in V. i. Pt, iii. tăng metal-bound coffer. V. vi. 11, 18. 2, = to cut one's-self off from. So, in IV. 4 to yield one's-self remissly to. V. x. 1. vii. Pt. ii, 15, --mutually alien Tilt Self.indulgence. IV. v. Pt. ii. 3.

tsung ated.

(1) To gather together under one,To gather together in one,-used ad


to take the leading of. II. ii. 9: IV. viii.

tsung 1 t. ii. 1. To accumulate. IV. vii. Pt. iii. verbially. V. viii, 1. * * 0, the great tung

12. I do not know the meaning of
connected whole, the empire. V. iii. 5.
To command in chief. V. xx. 7, 10.

E, IV. iv. I. (2) The whole of the 絲 Raw silk, III. i. Pt. i. 19, 26.

plant of grain. III. i. Pt. ji. 18.

(1) Duties, services. I. 8, 11: II. iii. szû

1. Achievements. II. ii, 14: V. xiii. 23:

tseih (1) Fine grass-cloth. III. i. Pt. i. 26, xxiv. 5: xxv. 1. (2) To be achieved,


carried out successfully. II. i. 3: iii. 8. he 60. (2) kafti fidelity seem used together,

To be operated on successfully. III. i. Pt. hei to embroider. II. iv. 4.

i. 6, 66, 77. To achieve good. IV. vii. (1) To soothe, to make tranquil and Pt. iii. 4: V. xvii. 6. To achieve for. V. happy. IV. v. Pt. i. 2 (FILE **): vi. 9:

xxviij. 2.
vii. Pt. i. 4; Pt. ii. 13; 1 t. iii. 11: V. i.

Numerous. IV. ii. 4,
Pt. i. 7(a): iii. 7 ; et al. Observe fun

絲 Luxuriant. III. i, Pt. i. 17.
GA, IV. iii. 2. Tranquilly. V.

vii. 9.
= to carry out. V. xxiii. 6. To

be secure. V. xxviii. 2. (2) The name
of the fourth of Yu's domains. III, i. Pt. TEIX

Woven fabrics. Of silk, we have mainte ii. 20.

chih ☆ and that I, III, i. Pt. i. 19, 44. 經 (1) What is regular, and according to

Of hair, pp. 69, 83. king the standard. II. ii

, 21. * filii, regular ching -stedfast-in virtue. V. x. 9. (2) To mihi Kit, embroidered. II. iv. 4.

sën go througlı. El, V. xvi. 4. (3)

shiu To plan, to define **, V. xii. 2.

A string, with reference to the car. To adjust. V. xx. 5.

penter's line. IV. viii. l’t. iii. 11. To ap

shing ply the string to,—to correct. V. xxvi. 3. #ff, a cap made of the skin of the shiêng

To draw out or unroll a clue. To unke spotted deer. V. xxii. 21.

繹 ch'i

fold, -by reflection. V. xxi, 5. 由繹 The large rope of a net, round which

=to unfold and make use of the powers it is netted, and by which it is drawn. kang

of others. V. xix. 19. IV. vii. Pt. i, 9, = laws. *L ***

To continue, to perpetuate, V. xiv, 25. III. iii. 7.

két hete É 4, on from this time. V. xv. A net. IV. vii, Pt. i. 9.

chi 12: xix. 16, 18, 20, 23. wang

Purple silks. III, i, Pt. i. 52. 19 (1) , the connected-next

heun chuy carriage, one of the emperor's carriages. hsün chui V. xxii. 20. (2) Variegated. V. xxii. 6.

Fine floss silk, III. i. Pt. 1, 60. (3) enero te, the name of a kind of tent

Kang set up over the emperor, when he gave k'uang




Seen heien

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To connect,
to prolong. IV. vii. Pt.

(1) A large species of bear. III. I. ii. 9.

Pt. i. 69. Used to describe and stimulate suh

pe soldiers. V. ii. 9: xxiii. 5. (2) Name hsu


of an officer at the court of Shun, II. i. Fine chequered silks. III. i. Pt. i. 35,

22. 60.

THE 1230 RADICAL. *. *** To continue. IV. ii. 2: V, xxv. 3.

# The sheep or goat. V. xii. 5.

The name of a pastoral tribe in

the north-west, confederate with Chow keang against Shang. V. ii. 3.

chiang To be deficient, wanting. V. xxv. 6. 美

Admirable, beautiful. To beautify,

to do good service to. IV. viii. Pt. ii. kiene

10. * ch'üeh

to wear fine robes. V.xxiii.

THE 122D RADICAL, 网 * * to pursue


same course. yew

V. xxiii. 2. But the meaning is uncer.

tain. A negative adverb. It occurs nearly as


(1) To feel ashamed; shame: IV. viii. often as file or 7 and its frequent use wang

Pt. ii. 4: V. iii. 8: xxiii. 6. (2) To is characteristic of the Shoo. It is, as

nourish. IV. vii. I't. ii. 10: V. x. 7. (3)

hsiu nearly as possible, synonymous with ffle

To bring forward, to advance. This sig

nification assumes various modifications, in all its usages, =no, not; do not; to be being here= to cultivate, and there = to without; and there is not, there was not, employ. IV. vii. Pt. iii. 11: V. iv. 13:x. &c. Especially it is found before other

7: xix. 5. negatives, – 7,1%) #, &c., and used for denote all of a class." Alone it

It is before fift, TK and of. We have, in

ch'ün companies. V. x. 14. Xherds IV. iv. 8, a f9) Jo, correspond of creatures. V. x. 11.

We have ing to the fi!! * Efs, which I have

VE, 11. i. 9: et srepe; 11. 1. 7; called attention to under HE.

Mati, 11. i. 6:2, 1V. viii. Pt. TE

A crime, an offence. II. ii, 12, 20, 21 :
V. xxvii. 16, 18; et sæpe. 9. alone, II. i.

i.1;*V. vi. 12; toe, xvii. tsuy tsui 12; JT , V. vi, 14; et al.; JE

1: ht, xx. 1: 4, xxii. 7: II. iii. 6; et al.; and ME, IV. vii. Pt.

7, xxvi. 4; xxx. 1.

(1) To be righteous; righteous; righti. 16; all the criminal or criminals.

eousness, what is right. II. iii. 3: IV. ii. T. the pain-punishment of crime. 8: v. Pt. i. 9: ix. 3; V. i, Pt. i. 8: iii. 9: To treat-deal with-as criminal. IV.iii. iv. 14: ix. 13, 17; et al. TX HE 4: vii. Pt. iii. 2: V. i, Pt. i. 5: ix. 16.

I deemed it not righteous to be king. To place, to set. IV. viii, Pt. i, 4. che

V. xv. 6. Righteous men. V. ix. 15. HER chih Punishment, generally. II. ii. 12: III.

Bowl-like ways. V. xxvii. 2. (2) ii. 3: iv. 5: IV. i. 4: V. ix. 3, 8, 11, 13,

THI, the designation of prince Wan, 16, 21 ; et sæpe. Specifically, the punish

xxviii. 1, 3, 4. 18,119, 20; and in p. 17, we have the had the core of antrononiy, &c., in Yaou's phrase the five fines. We meet he

time, and subsequently. I. 3, 4, 5, 8: III. hsi

iv. 1, 4. often with 天罰 and 天之罰,

the punishment appointed by Heaven.

Soup. IV. viii. Pt, iii. 2.
E. g. V. i. Pt. i. 10; Pt. iii. 8: ii. 6. I keng
9the punishment inflicted by kings.

V. xiv. 2. To punish. IV. vii. Pt. ii. 12:
V. xv. 18; et al.
(1) To be sorrowful ; to suffer distress 44.3.2

. "Cah The name of a mountain in

(1) Feathers. : . . from. V. x. 11: IV. iii. 3. (2) To be le involved. V. iv. 11.

yu the east, where Shun confined li win. II. li

i. 12. It is queried whether this was the




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same mountain mentioned in III. Pt. i. 25 : Xxx. 7. (2) - they; their. V. iv. 30, 35.

11, 13, 19. The meaning here, however, #

A famous archer of antiquity, the prince of K'eung, and opponent of T'ae

is uncertain. It will be seen that it is k'ang. III. iii. 2.

comparatively infrequent in the Shoo. (1) To practise; practice. IV. v. Pt. i. 9. (2) To repeat; repeatedly. II. ii. THE 128TH RADICAL | 18 : V. vi. 9. Observe the time Ź 1, V. xix. 5.

(1) The ears. V. v.5. E eyes

urh and ears, is spoken of ministers as being Altogether. , to receive all. such to their sovereign. II. iv. 4: and heih II. iii, 4.

perhaps V. xxvi. 7. (2) , the hei 霍

A long-tailed pheasant. Probably'= name of a mountain. See .

the feathers of this bird. III. i. Pt. i. 35. teih

DE DE #, excessive pleasure. V.xv. 7.

To be addicted to pleasure, xv. 13.
(1) Wings. Na wing apart- Uk Bright. V. xix. 4, 22.
ment, V. xxii, 11, To act as wings to,-

to assist. II. ii, 1:iv. 4; V, xxii. 10: xxv,

kêng 3. (2) W , next day. V. iii. 1: LEPE IT!, to keep clamouring. IV. vii, vi. 11 : vii. 5: xii. 4, 5. (3) To be reve kwo Pt. i. 7. rent,-in the phrase # W. v. vii. 7, kuo 11,

To be sage; sage, sagely. IV. iv. 3, 7,

8: viii, Pt. i. 11: V. viii. 3: xxi. 2: xxx.

shing 6, 7. The sage, a sage,—with particular THE 125TH RADICAL,

shêng reference. II. ii. 4; IV. iv. 2: IV. viii. P't.

ii. 3; Pt. iii. 9: V. xxi, 4. Sageness. Y. Old. the old. IV. vii, Pt, i, 15: V. i. iv, 6, 34. , to think himself sage. laou Pt. ii. 3 (X).

V. xvii. 7.— has not yet in the lao (1) A deceased father. II. 1. 13: V.1.

Shoo assumed its technical meaning of a Pt. i. 5, 10: III. 5; et al. But we find it

sage, sage, as the highest type of hukínou also, where the father or fathers must

manity and a particular order of men. In kao be living. V. ix. 16: x. 6; and perhaps in

V. xviii. 17, it can mean nothing more

than the wise. other passages. Til *, grandfather H To hear; to hear of. II. i. 12: II. iv. 4: And father ; progenitors generally. II. iv.

wăn III. iv. 5 (F#, also in xv. 3): IV. i. 9: V, X, 5; xxv. 3, 7. (2) Longevity.

wên 2: ii. 8: vii. Pt. ii. 4 (n. b.): viii. Pt. ii. V. iv. 39: xiii. 27 (n. 6. 31 W. (3)

12 (foll, by F): V. i. Pt. ii. 3: iv. 3: To examine, IĮ. i, 3 ; V. vii. 7, 8, 10, 12, (4) To complete. V. xiii. 24.

ix, 5: xiv. 5. (A); et saepe. To be 90 years old. 9 between 90 heard. II. i. 1: IV. ii. 4 (W): V. ix. maou and 100, II, ii. 9. But it is used in con

21; xxviii. 1, To be smelt. V. x, 11: nection with TT or 100 years, V.

xxvii. 4. xxvii. 1. Old venerable men. IV. xi. 3.

3d tone. Reputation, fame. V. viii. 3: Old; the aged, IV, iv, 7; V. xxviii. 2

xxiv. 4. Some other passages, V. ix. 4: wăn

xvi, 14, are also marked, in many editions he ()


of the Shoo, in this tone, but they are ch'i

simply passives. If they should be mark. (1) He or they who,--at the end of a ed, the passages indicated above as having

phrase or clause, which contains a predi the passive meaning should also be so. chay cate to the who, III. iii. 5 ; iv. 4: IV.ii.

To be acute of hearing. IV. v. Pt. ii. 7. chê

=distinctness. V. iv. 6, 8. (2) After a numeral. It trung

= acutely. V.

x.b. y these five, V. iv, 32,

達四聰= to hear with the 者 Old. IV, xi, 5: V. ix, 5: x, 7 : xii. 12

ears of all, II. i. 15. It is generally found kuro (TE). While tibi, benefits from in combination with H/}, which phrase kou age and experience. V. xvi. 16,

to hear and see, in II, iii. 7; to be intelligent, in V. xyii. 7: xxvi. 2 ; = thie

intelligent, in IV, ii. 2: V. i. Pt. 3. THE 126TH RADICAL. T.

(1) The notes in music. II. i, 24.

shing L.the five notes. II. iv. 4. (2) ITT

(1) And, and then; and yet, sometimes

but. II. i. 12, 16, 24 : iii. 2, 3; it shiêng Music, --meaning dissolute music, in the urh 6, 8: IV. i. 2: vii. Pt. i. 9, 12: V. i. Pt.

phrase , 1V. ii. 5. (3) Fame ii. 1 : iii. 8, 9: iv. 12: vi. 19: xxi. 7: xxii. III. i. Pt, ii. 23: V. xxiv, 7,

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(1) Office, the duties of office. III. iv.

THE 130TH RADICAL. J. 1: V. xx. 18. (2) To preside over, to chih

secure a certain effect. V. xxx. 6.

To hear, to listen to. II. ii. 16, 20: iv. 1: V. i. Pt. i. 2 ; lt. ii. 2, 7: iv.6(= hear

To be like, to resemble. IV. viii. Pt.

iii. 3. t-ing ing); et sæpe. Often the idea of obedience

heaou enters into the term. E. g. IV. iv. 1: V.

hsiao ix. 24: xv. 15, 18. H JE, to acknow The name of a supplementary sacrifice, ledge one's offences. IV. ix. 4. To be

offered the day after the regular sacri

yung fice. IV. ix. 1.–This meaning is erronelistened to. IV. ii. 4 ; et al. There ously introduced in p. 674, under the think highly of what you have heard. v.

character ix. 23.

The thigh, the upper part of the leg.

We find it always in connection with koo kup. IV. viii. Pt. iii. 9: V.x.6. The

phrase is used metaphorically of ministers. II. iv. 4, 11: V. xxv. 3.

The shoulders. = to employ, to sus# Then, thereon. IV. ii. 4.

tain IV. vii. Pt. iii. 10. = to maintain, keen


chien yü

To practise. with earnest

The upper arm. See pita

kuang practice or submission. V. xxii. 5.


To be willing. V. vii. 11: xviii, 4. To be grave; to venerate. TE

kăng suh IV. v. P. i. 2. Gravity. V. iv. 6, 34.

kêng Gravely. V. viii. 3. So, probably, in the difficult phrase , v. i. Ft. i. 5:

To nourish, to keep. V.v.8. i ,

to leave those who may be brought up. xiii. 21.

IV. vii. Pt. ii. 16. Here it = children. 基 (1) An introductory particle or con

F sons. II. i. 24.-Of the same junction. It most commonly therefore.

chow sound as this character, and hardly disszû E. g. II. ii. 20: IV. iii. 4:v. Pt. i. 2: V. i.

tinguishable from it in form, is Pt. i. 6; Pt. iii. 4 ; et scepe. Other meanings

helmet, which is found in the phrase suit better, however, in many cases, as thereafter, thereon, in II. i. 6, 8; but, in

W , in IV. viii. Pt. ii. 4: V. xxix. IV. vii. Pt. iii. 4, 7; et al.; now, in V. xi. 2. It belongs to the 13th Radical ], 7: xii. 20: xiii. 3; et al. It occurs twice and the character should have been enterin V. xi. 2, one of the instances being ed on p. 655.

To turn the back on, to disregard or , F

disobey. IV. vPt. ii. 3. 率肆矜爾, is always read

(1) What. IV. v. Pt. iii. 8. (2) The along with it, but a new meaning must

name of a nephew of the duke of Chow,

hoo then be coined to suit the case.

prince Chung of Ts'ae. V. xvii. 2, 8.

We hu should put a comma at , and read (1) To inherit. = heirs. IV. ix. with F4; but I believe the text to

5. JF, heir-son. I. 9. To follow ylu

after. V. xiii. 2. (2) The name of a state. be corrupt. (2) To let go. Tik, 11. III. iv. l: V. xxii. 19. i. 11. (3) To be at ease, to take heart.

(1) Mutually, together. IV. vii. Pt. i. V. vii. 13. (4) To be reckless. V. i. Pt.

2, 12, 14 ; Pt. ii. 3, 6, 15 : V. vji. 13 : xviii. iii. 3. (5) To set forth, to offer. hsü

7: xxii. 6: xxvii. 4, 20. is thus TiC, V. ii. 6. (6) Greatly, V. xvi, 17,

synonymous with t), though its con

struction is in most cases more difficult. 19.

We find it used in the same way as 肇 (1) To institute. II. i. 10. To lay the

+, when one of the parties whose action foundations of. V. iii, 5: x. 2. Obs. chaou

is intended is not directly expressed :chaotil, to come to the throne, to begin a

as in IV. v. Pt. ii. 2: V. xi. 3: xv. 14. reign. III. iv. 1. Before other verbs, it

(2) Employés.--certain officers who are

thias denominated. V. xviii. 20. = to tegin. IV. iv. 5: V. ix. 4: ? xxviii.

To be able, can. 能

It is l!sed every3. = from the first, IV. ii. 4; at first,

where before verbs like our auxiliary. In

năng V. xiii. 5. (2) To be earnest or dili


one case we find the idiomatic use of T gent. V. x. 6;? xxviii. 3.

between it and the verb, -V. xxii. 25.


hardly explicable. In xiv. 20, F18 #disobeyourliv.m. Pasik

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