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9. (2) To do; to carry-be carried yond the court. V. xix. I. #
into practice; to execute; practice, execu-
tion. II. iii, 8:IV.i.l: v. Pt. i. 7: viii. Pt. beyond the seat. V. xix. 22. 19#
ii. 12, 13: Pt. ii. 3, 5: V. i. Pt. i. 5; Pt. iii. the four outsides, the utmost limits,
3: ii. 7: iv. 16: ix. 21: xxv.6. HTT= north, south, east, and west. I. i. (2) To

serve as a mark to. IV. ii. 2. To set up
obsolete laws. V. xxvii. 18. (3) TL a mark for,--to signalise. V. xxiv. 3.
75, the five elements. III. ii, 3: V. iv.

Man's good moral nature. II. iii. 6: IV.

iii. 2.
3, 4, 5.

chung
3d tone. Actions, conduct. II. i. 25: iii. E buttoning, acccording to Chinese usage,

The lappel in front of a coat or jacket,
ti
hing

3: 111. i. Pt. ii. 17: V. iv. 13: v. 9 ( jin
hsing

on the right side. & 1. V.xxiv, 13.–

jen
1f):
): x. 8 (
117): xvii. 2 : xix.

It is also written ME
2.
+ 5, the name of a mountain. III. PO 1. 52, PP. ii. 28.

3d tone. To reach to. I.1: III. i. Pt.
0
hăng i. Pt. ii. 1.

prei
heug

1st tone. To put on one, to dress one
HT to push out, to infer. V. iv. 23. 被

with. V. xxii. 2.
yen

pe

pói
14

(1) The beam of a balance, or steel-

yard. II. 1.8. Efts, the gem-adurned The lower edge of a garment. The
hâng
hêng transverse, a part, apparently, of an as-

descendants. V, viii, 2.
tronomical instrument used by Shun. II.
i. 5. To weigh, to adjust. V.xiii. 16. (2)

To be generous, enlarged in mind and

act; what is generous. V. ix. 22 : xiii. 10:
BH Vj, the name, or a title, of 'T'ang's

xvi. 17. Obs. in 1V. ii. 8, to
minister, E Yin. IV. v. Pt. i. 1; Pt. iii.
10. He is also called 15 145, V. xvi. 7. transmit a generous example, and 7
(3) The name of a mountain, the south-

alone, to become enlarged. To make
.ern boundary of King-chow. III. i. Pt. generous. V. ix. š. Obs. K € Ź,
i. 46; Pt. ii. 4. It is the southern moun-

xviii. 21. To rule generously. V. ix. 19:
tain of Shun's progresses. II. i. 8. (4)

xiij. 13.

The lower robe or garment. IV. viii.
of the Ho. III. i. Pt. i. 6.

shang

Undress,
defence. III. i.
(1) To defend.

= to take liberties, to allow

one's-self. IV. vii, Pt. ii. 6.
Pt. ii. 20. Es, we, defenders of the

hsieh
throne. V.xxiii. 1. (2) Name of the 5th of
the domains of Chow. V. ii. 3 : ix. 1:x. 10

, to complete. to perfect ; perfection. 17.

(1(2)
13: xxiii. 4. (3) Name of a principality
which occupied part of the pres. provinces Saingo xvi. 20 : II. iii. 8.

hsiang
of Chih-le and Ho-nan. V. xxii. 3. (4)

A double garment, to be repeated.
The name of a river, III. i. Pt. i. 9.

V. i. Pt. ii. 5.
sih

hsi
THE 145TH RADICAL, #

THE 146TH RADICAL. 11.
Clothes, robes. Specifically, the upper

The west. V. xxii. 17. On the west,
garments. # IV. viii. Pt. ii. 4. DET (adv. and prep.); westwards ; at the west

II. i. 8: III. i. Pt. ii. 23: 1. 6: V. xiii.
, a martial garb. V. iii, 8. hsi

3. Western. V.xxii. 16, 18, 19, 21 : xxiii.
te, dancing habits. V. xxii, 19. The 1; et. al. Chang and Fa, afterwards
phrase enten te is used in two senses ;-

king Wan and king Woo, were PL 18,
as the name of an officer or officers, keep chiefs of the west, IV. x. 2; and PG Ł
ers of the robes, xix. 1, 8; as the name

appears often as a denomination of the
of a sort of tent used in audiences, xxii. western portion of the empire, subject to,
10, 14.

or acknowledging the supremacy of, the
2
3d tone. To put on,
to carry into

House of Chow, V. i. Pt. ii. 2 ; Pt. ii. 2,
practice. V. ix. 5.

5: ii, 1, 9: vii. 3; et al. We have put
(1) That which is outside, the outside ;

in III. i. Pt. i. 83, which is acc. to
beyond. III. iii. 1 C# .
perinu

rule; but plite, in IV. ii. 6, shows
pino #outside ministers, -officers be how promiscuously the term

11, the name of a river, an affluent de Palli

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it may be

used. i ,, the western mountain,
II. i. 8, is mount Hwa (see ). PG
191, 111. i, Pt. i. 70 ; Pt. ii. 2, is a moun-
tain far to the west, commonly thought
to be in the Koko-nor. PG YPJ, 111. i. Pt.
í. 70, 72, 82, is the Ho, in its course from
north to south. As a verb, PG
wested you, settled you in the west. v.

xiv, 8,
要 1st tone. (1) To restrain. V. xviii. 覺

23—(?). E, the doniain of re ker
you

chiao
yao straint,--the 4th of Yu's tenures. III. i.
Pt. ii. 21. (2) In the phrase in


kwan
to examine the evidence in criminal cases.

kuan
V. ix. 12; xviii, 11.-This is a perplexing
plırase, especially as we have to interpret
it differently in xviii. 23.

That which is important, the essential

principle, V. xxvii, 19. 體要 in v.
yaou
yao xxiv. 8, is probably the completenees of

å govt. measure,

a tract in the pres, dist, of
t'un
I wae-king

, Ho-nan, operated on by Yu. The
III. i. Pt. į, 6,

ker
To subvert, overthrow. III. ii, 8: iv, 4 chiao
fuck (); IV, ii, 9; v. Pt. 1, 5; V.
fu xxyii, 4,

it, making special reference to the first
instance of its occurrence in the Shoo,
where it is not the appearance of the in-
ferior, but the action of the superior,
which we are led to think of. The com-
non idea is that of—a case of audience.
It is only used in one other instance in
the Shoo,-V. xix. 22, where I have ren-
dered it to display, bringing that mean-
ing out of £, by which interpreters
explain it.

To apprehend, to perceive. I
unperceived. IV. viii. Pt. iii. 5.

To see, to contemplate. I. 12: II. iv. 4:
IV. vii. Pt. i. 8: V. i. Pt. i. 6: x. 11 (

1: xii. 4: xiii. 28: xxvii. 12 (foll, by
F. to prove, to evidence, IV. vi.
10. This idea may be traced also in I.
12 ; et al. seeing, sights. V. xv. 12.

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To see, to observe; to be seen. IV.

Pt. i. 3: V. vi, 9; ix, 6; xi, 2; xix, 4, B
Kčen
chien (); xxi, 4.

(1) To appear before. II. li. 21; IV,

iv. 1. (2) To appear, to present one's-
heen

self, be seen. Ilf, iii, 5: Ý, xyi. 14,--It
bsien is hardly possible to make anything of

#FH, V, ix, 1.

To adnionish, III. iv. 3 (n. 6.),
kwei
k'uei

To see, V, i, Pt, ii, 7; iv. 6 (=seeing),

To look at, to consider, III. iii. 5: IV. v,
she

Pt. ii. 7: visi, Pt. I, 8: xvii. 7; xxviii. 4,
shih To have a regard to. IV. y, Pt. ii, 6: vii,

Pt. ii. 4. 1.9. Ti, to display. V. xiii.

8.

(1) To love; to show affection to. I,
ts'in

2: 1V. v. Pt. iii, 1 (# # *U), V.
ch'in xvii. 4 ( i.d.): v.3. To love mutually. II,

i. 19. To love relations. IV. iv, 4. (2)
Relatives, V. i, Pt. ii, 6, () To approach,
place one's-self near to, lv,

XXX. 4,
觀 (1) To give andience to. II. i, 7, 8.-

In the index to Menciue, I haye said that
A in

this char, ineans-'to wait upon a su-
chin perior,''to appear at court. Such is its

usage in his Works, and so the dict, dediyes

To say, to speak; to speak about. II.
i. 24: ii. 10: iii. 3:IV. iv. 1: viii. Pt. i.
1, 2; Pt. ii. 12: V. xiv. 26 : xv. 5; et sæpe.

, to defame. IV. viii. Pt. iii. 3.
To talk, used contemptuouly, I. 10. We
have often E, to speak, saying,
and the formula El. E. g.
IV. v. Pt. i. 5 : vii, Pt. i. 19: V. i. Pt. iii.
4 ;iy. 2, 3: X. 12. Words. II. ii. 3, 16,

reports. II. i. 9:iv. 7.
compositions. II iv. 5. the
designation of Shun's minister of com-
munication. II. i. 25. 1 Ē
to - Thu, the five notes of music, in
II. iv. 4. J = notifications, in V.
xix. 13. alone, in V. iv. 6, -speech ;
and in xix. 17, . a speech,
or a single remark. Of phrases with
, we have I, II. iv. 1 ; et al. ;
食言, to eat one's words, be false to
them, IV. i. 4; P. IV, iv. 71
ş, y, Pt. iii. 9; 4 ã, vii, Pt. I, 1 ;
e , vii. Pt. i, 7, and and

f both in p. 10; v.
iv. 15, 16; sic , to set words fowing,

-

德言

t'aou
t'ao

審訓,誅

tan

to raise a rumour, V. 7: xviii, 1; 試

To try; to test; to make the experi.

ment. I. 11, 12: II. i. 9: IV. vii. Pt. ii. 6,
Ę, ix. 5; xiii. 4 ; 1)

17.

shih
xvii. 7; L , xix. 17; ato 詩

Poetry. II. i. 24. A piece of poetry, a
xxx. 5.

poem. V. vi. 15.

she
討 To punieh. II. ii. 6.

shih

(1) To punish. V. xx. 11. (2) To

keep in good condition or order. xix. 22.

k'ee
訓 (1) To instruct, to admonish, to lesson. ch'ieh

(3) To restrain. xxvii. 1.
hsun It is generally foll

. by F. E. g. IV. Lite To address,—with a kindly feeling,
hsün iv. 1, 7: viii. Pt. iii. 2: V. v. 1. But not hwa

IV. vii, Pt. ii. 1. - one word ,
always, -as in V. ix. 5: xv. 14 (11), hua every word. V. xix. 17.
15. To be instructed in. V. iv. 16:*

To pay attention to, watch over. V.

xvii. 7.
xix. 20. Obs. et F. v. ix. iseang

hsiang
17:3 E Ril

, xv. 13; # , To cut off, to destroy. V. i. Pt. i. 9.
xxii. 4. A lesson, instructions. III. iii.

choo

Used 48 & noun in III. iv. 4,-4t E
4, 6: iv. 2: IV. v. Pt. i. 9 {m, b.); Pt. i: chu Ź , the death appointed by the
3: vii. Pt. i. 6: V. iv. 15 (n. b.): viii. 4 ;

former kings.
et sæpe. * il, the great lesson, was
some relic of antiquity. V.xxii. 19 (2)

To make a speech or solemn declaration

to, to address. II. ii. 20: V.i. Pt. i. 2; Pt. ii.
To follow. V. xxiv. 14. So, in Il Shih 1; Pt. i.4. A speech. V. xxx. 1.
xxii. 24. This meaning may be derived IV. i. 4. solemnly. III. ii. 2: xxii. 4.
from the passive use of the character
above. (3) To approve. V. xxiii. 5.

To lead on. V. vii. 10. In a bad sense,

to decoy. V. xxx. 4.
(1) All, entirely. V.xiii. 2. To reach yero
keih

to entirely. xxviii. 11 (n. b.): III. i. Pt. yu
chi ii. 23 (foll, by F). (2) To extinguish, PTE

(1) To make great, to increase. V. xviii.

4. The term is often used adverbially,
IV, x. 2.

greatly. E. g. II. ii. 21: IV. iii. i:

(1) To record. V. xiii. 7. (2) To vii. Pt. ii. 1, 7: V. i. Pt. iii. 4, 5: iii. 5:

make remember. II. iv. 6.
ke

vii. 4, 13, 15. Obs. BET, V. x. 11,
chi

which some would make to be merely an
訊 To transform. alttransforma initial phrase. (2) To be disorderly or
tions of the summer. I. 6.

dissolute. V. xv. 2.

請 To blame. V. vi. 15.
To be wrangling or quarrelsome. I. 9.
To wrangle about. IV. vii. Pt. i. 7.

ts'ëaou
sang

chiao
訪 To consult, to inquire of. V. iv. 1 (foll. het To be sincere. Add the sincere.
fang
by F).

ching IV. v. Pt. iii. 1.
To set up; to establish. IV. vii. Pt. ii. ch'eng
shě (1): viii, Pt. ii. 22: V. xxii. 14. To make false pretensions to.
she

IV. ii. 3.
To grant, to concede to. V. vi, 8.
heu

誤 To err. V. xix, 18, 21.
hsü
To rail at, to revile. V. xv. 17, 18.


To announce to, to make an announce-
li

ment. IV. v. Pt. iii. 1 (foll. by F):

To announce to, to tell,

kao
chaou IV. xi. 7. , p. 8, — with none viii. Pt. i. 2: V. vii. 1: ix, 1: X. 2
chao to appeal to.

Helis), 4 (), 12, 14: xii. 8 (
To curse. I TR, V. xv. 15.

); xiii, 30 ; xvi. 20, 22 : xviii, 13
W oaths and covenants. V. xxvii. 4.

), 20, 30: xxiii. 4. An announce-
To make music,—as an accompani-

ment. IV. ii. 2: iii. 2: and in the titles of
ment to the voice. II. iv. 9.
yung

several Books.

To consult with ; to consult on. II. 1. 2 To teach. , V. xv. 14. In-

3, 15 (foll. by F): ii. 16, 18(gli athway structions. IV. viii. Pt. i. 5. Pē
hsün

hui
Ź: V. xxx. 4 ( ang.

instructive words. V. xiii. 4.

go
o

W00
wu

woe
wu

= to advise. kaou ment. IV.

tsoo
tsu

Seun

wez

yuč

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mu

mew

說 To speak. slanderous talk xii. 12: xix. 15: xx. 16: xxi. 6: xxviii, 1
shwo ers, II, i. 25 : iv. 6. words. V. vi. (GR.
shuo

16.德之說, words or discourse To say. IV. vii. Pt. iii. 5: V. i. Pt. ii.
about virtue. V. ix. 21.

5. To be called. IV. ii. 8: iv. 7: viii. Ft.

The prime minister of Woo-ting, of ii. 11. The idiomatic use of Ź
the Shang dynasty. Everywhere in IV.

to be called, occurs only once ;-in V. iv.
viii.
yüch

26; and it may there be easily resolved,
誰 Who? II. iv, 7.

80 as to give Ź its proper signification
shwuy
shui

謙 Humility. II. ii. 21.

këen
To request, beg leave. IV. iii, 4.
AM

ch'ien
ts'ing
ch‘ing


Counsels. II. iii. 1: IV. iv. 8: V. XXV.
(1) To discourse of. V. xx. 5. (2) 6; and in the titles of some Books.

Orierly relation, the order of antecedence
lun
and sequence. V. xxvii. 19.

ll, well-counselled instructions. IV.iv.2.
To flatter, be a flatterer. V. xxvi. 6. 謬 Errors. V. xxvi. 3.
yu

miu
, artful sayings. V. xxx. 5.

To give careful attention to. III. iv. 2:

IV. vii. Pt. i. 3.
p'een

kin
p'ien

chin
To judge, consider. IV. v. To make a noise. V. xxviii. 1: xxx, 1.
she Pt. i. 2.

hwa
shih

hua
To be harmonious. I. 12: II. i. 24 : ii.is
1: iv. 10 (perhaps to be made har. PAX

To know, understand. V. xjji, 12.
heae

monious). To make harmonious, to man shih
hsieh
age harmoniously, or suitably to the

To remember, to keep a remembrance
requirements of the case. II. i. 21, 22 : ii.

plit of. II. iv. 6.

che
18.

chih

To remonstrate. IV. iv. 3: IV. viii. Pt.

To deliberate on. V, xx, 6.
këen

i. I (full by F=with). Remonstrance,
chien

reproof. IV. iv. 3: viii. Pt. i. 11.
-the reprover and helper. V. i. Pt. To deceive, impose on,

V. .
Apf
ii. 5.

chow xv. 14, 18.

chou
(1) Sincerity. II. ii. 21. (2) To make


harmonious (foll. by F). V. xii. 13.
han

Praise. II, ii, 6: V. ix. 17.

yu
To trust, to rely on. IV. vi, 2: V.xvi, 4.


shin

To change (act. and neut.); to be chang-
sbên

ed. I. 2: IV. v. Pt. i. 8: vii. Pt. i. 7: V.
(1) A preposition,—by, in, of, from. pëen xv. 15: xxi. 14: xxiv. 3.

IV. v. Pt. iii. 7: viii. Pt. 1. 4: V.'vi. 17: pien
choo
xvii. 1. (2) All, various ;-little more 彎

To be an enemy. V. i. Pt. iii. 4: IV,
chu
than a sign of the plural. V. ix. 17:x.

chow

xi. 2 (ik ). Hostile. V. xii. 24. -
15: xxvii. 19. (3) In the plırase ch‘ou hateful. IV. xi. 7.
E, the various feudal princes of the

To calumniate. But, slanderous

ch'an
empire. IV. i. Pt. ii. 19 : V. xx. 14 : xxii. talkers. II. i. 25: iv. 6.

to de
29: xxiii, 1.

fame. IV. vii. Pt. iii, 2.
諮 Village slang. To become addicted to
such. V. xv. 3.

To yield ; to yield to, or in behalf of.


yen

I. 1 (n. b.): II. i. 3, 17, 21, 22. 23 (foll. by

jang
To consult; to consult with. II. i. 18 F):

: iv. 2 (=to be hunible), 9: V.
(): V. iv. 25 (foll, by TL).

xvi. 20 : XX. 20.
, to judge by the face. V. xix. 2. To

THE 150TH RADICAL.
plan, to consult for. IV. vii. Pt. ii. 7 ; Pt.
iii. 10: V. xviii. 17. deliberation. V.

A valley. # the Bright valley,
ir. 6, 34. mail, counsellors. V. xxx.

kuh somewhere in the remotest east. I. 4.
6. Plans. II. ii. 6, 16: IV. vii, Pt. i. 8; ku
Pt. iii. 7: V. ix. 22 (Ebad plans):

HE # the Dark valley, somewhere in
the remotest north. I. 6.

mow
mou

谷m

tow
tou

豆豈豐

THE 15187 RADICAL.

cowries. IV. vii. Pt. ii. 14. (2)
Variegated silks. III. i. ''t. i. 44. But

the meaning is uncertain. I should
A vessel for containing flesh.

almost be inclined to interpret the char-

acter of cowries.
sacrificial vessels. V. iii, 3.

(1) To be-to become--correct and

firm. IV. v. Pt. iii. 8: V, v.5: xxv. 1. To
How ? III. iii, 5: IV. vii. Pt. ii. 9.

ching be of the correct amount. III. i. Pt. 18.

chêng Solidity. V. iv. 22. (2) To sustain duties
ke
ch'i

or responsibility. V. xiii. 4.
(1). To be abundant, excessive. IV.ix. To bear on the back. E, to
5. Superior,--in quality. V. xxiv. 1.

hoo

bear-assume to one's-self-the burden of
fung (2) The name of king Wan's capital. V. hu guilt. II. ii. 21.
iii. 2: xxii, 17.

財 Treasures, wealth. V. iii. 9. In

ts-ae
THE 1520 RADICAL. #

, 111. i. Pt. ii. 15, W seems to mean
ts'ai

the material wealth or resources.
A pig. V. xii. 5.


(1) To present as tribute,-the con-

tribution of an inferior to a superior. V.
ch'e

kung v. 1. Articles of tribute. III. i. Pt. i.
ch'ih

i. 19, et passim. (2) To advance, to go
(1) To resemble, have the appearance forward. V. xxii, 9 (foll, by F).

of. I. 10: V. viii. 1. To delineate, re-
hsiang present. I. 3 (): II. i. 11: iv. 8. Poverty. V. iv. 40.

A likeness delineated. IV. viji. Pt. i. 3. p'in
The emblematic figures on the emperor's Goods, property; wealth. IV. ii, 5614
robes. II. iv. 4. F , heavenly to
figures. III. iv. 4. (3) shun's half bro huo Fill): iv.7: vii

. Pt. ii

. 10, 12 (147)
ther. II. i. 12.

V. iv. 7 ; ix. 15. bribes. V. xxvi. 8:
1.9. 37, a lake, a receptacle of waters.

xxvii, 12, 16, 21 (1)
choo (1) Toʻinlake,—to form into a lake. III. To be strung together. We to
chu
i. Pt. i. 30, 38, 56. (2) MT, Pt. i. kwan be full. V. i. Pt. i. 9.

kuan
57, and , p. 77, are the names of

(1) To reprove. V. xxx. 2. (2) To
lakes.

give in charge; to lay a charge on. IV.

tsih
(1) To allow one's-self in pleasure or x. 6; V. xvi. 16. A charge. V. vi. 5.

tso
idle dissipation. IV. v. Pt. ii. 6: V.xxi. 3.
yu

Pleasure, dissipation. III. iii. 1: IV. viii. 武 (1) To be double-minded. III. iii. 1.

Pt. ii. 2: V. ix. 6. Indolence. V. iv. 34. Win 2, v. xiv. 15. (2) To assist,
(2) To be comfortable,-used in refe-

act as seconds to. V. xx, 6.
rence to a state of sickness. V. vi. 1. (3)
豫州,

To value, count valuable. V. v. 8:


one of Yu's provinces. III. i. Pt.

xxiv. 8.

kwei
i. 54.

kuei
NG

To transmit. to hand down. III.
THE 1530 RADICAL. 3

iii. 8: V. xii. 19. = to send to. V. vi.

15.
1.9. 1. The rude tribes of the north. , life-guards. V. xxii. 11. The
mil 36, V. iii. 6.

рип officer or officers commanding are also

pên thus denominated. xix. 1, 8.

xxvii. 17.
The appearance, demeanour. V. iv. 6: Great. this great inheri-

fun tance. IV. vii. Pt. iii, 7.

fên
塑 Probably the jackal. III, i. Pt. i. 69.

To be ornamented.

elegant institu-

tions. V. vii, 2. = brilliantly. IV. iii. 5.
le
li

pi

A kind of leopard or panther. Soldiers To have property. V. xxiv. 1. *
are exhorted to be such. V. ii. 9.

澤 =resources of bounty. V. xxviii. 2.
pi

tzî
THE 154TH RADICAL. D.

To traffic. A to pursue the
koo business of traffic, In Index III. to

ku Mencius, this character is defined a
(1) Creatures of the sea, with beauti-

stationary trafficker or merchant.' Such
ful shells. Used for those shells.

is the account given of it in the dict., in
pei

tortoise-shell. V. xxii. 16 ( * ), 19. distinction froin 1 j ; but this instance


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