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Results for: Duan Yucai (1735-1815), author of Commentary on Shuowen (1815) 說文解字註Translations 1 - 30 of 231
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a commentary解說詞 [jie3 shuo1 ci2]
a commentary解说词 [jie3 shuo1 ci2]
Aeschylus (c. 524 BC -c. 455 BC), Greek tragedian, author of The Persians, Seven against Thebes etc埃斯库罗斯 [Ai1 si1 ku4 luo2 si1]
Aeschylus (c. 524 BC -c. 455 BC), Greek tragedian, author of The Persians, Seven against Thebes etc埃斯庫羅斯 [Ai1 si1 ku4 luo2 si1]
Aldous Huxley (1894-1963), British novelist and author of Brave new world 美麗新世界|美丽新世界阿道司・赫胥黎 [A1 dao4 si1 · He4 xu1 li2]
Aldous Huxley (1894-1963), British novelist and author of Brave new world 美麗新世界|美丽新世界阿道司赫胥黎 [A1 dao4 si1 He4 xu1 li2]
Anhui faction of Northern Warlords (1912-c. 1920), led by Duan Qirui 段祺瑞 with Japanese support皖系战败 [Wan3 xi4 zhan4 bai4]
Anhui faction of Northern Warlords (1912-c. 1920), led by Duan Qirui 段祺瑞 with Japanese support皖系戰敗 [Wan3 xi4 zhan4 bai4]
annotate, annotation, commentary, remark評註 [ping2 zhu4]
annotate, annotation, commentary, remark评注 [ping2 zhu4]
Antonin Dvořák (1841-1904), Bohemian composer, author of nine symphonies including the New World symphony德沃夏克 [De2 wo4 xia4 ke4]
author作家 [zuo4 jia1]
author (of a manuscript)撰稿人 [zhuan4 gao3 ren2]
author, writer作者 [zuo4 zhe3]
Ba Jin (1904-2005), novelist, author of the trilogy 家, 春, 秋巴金 [Ba1 Jin1]
Bai Xingjian (c. 776-826), younger brother of Bai Juyi 白居易, Tang novelist and poet, author of novel Tale of courtesan Li Wa 李娃傳|李娃传白行简 [Bai2 Xing2 jian3]
Bai Xingjian (c. 776-826), younger brother of Bai Juyi 白居易, Tang novelist and poet, author of novel Tale of courtesan Li Wa 李娃傳|李娃传白行簡 [Bai2 Xing2 jian3]
Bismarck (name), Otto von Bismarck (1815-1898), Prussian politician, Minister-President of Prussia 1862-1873, Chancellor of Germany 1871-1890俾斯麥 [Bi3 si1 mai4]
Bismarck (name), Otto von Bismarck (1815-1898), Prussian politician, Minister-President of Prussia 1862-1873, Chancellor of Germany 1871-1890俾斯麦 [Bi3 si1 mai4]
Bonaparte (name), Napoleon Bonaparte (1769-1821), Emperor of France 1804-1815波拿巴 [Bo1 na2 ba1]
brief commentary断想 [duan4 xiang3]
brief commentary斷想 [duan4 xiang3]
Cai Dongfan (1877-1945), historian, author of popular general history texts up until his own time蔡东藩 [Cai4 Dong1 fan1]
Cai Dongfan (1877-1945), historian, author of popular general history texts up until his own time蔡東藩 [Cai4 Dong1 fan1]
Cao Xueqin (c. 1715-c. 1764), accepted author of Dream of Red Mansions 紅樓夢|红楼梦曹雪芹 [Cao2 Xue3 qin2]
Cao Yuzhang (1924-), modern writer and publisher, author of narrative history 上下五千年曹余章 [Cao2 Yu2 zhang1]
Charles Darwin (1809-1882), British biologist and author of the Origin of Species 物種起源|物种起源, Darwin, capital of Australian Northern Territory 北領地|北领地达尔文 [Da2 er3 wen2]
Charles Darwin (1809-1882), British biologist and author of the Origin of Species 物種起源|物种起源, Darwin, capital of Australian Northern Territory 北領地|北领地達爾文 [Da2 er3 wen2]
Charlotte Brontë (1816-1855), English novelist, eldest of three Brontë sisters, author of Jane Eyre 簡·愛|简·爱夏洛特・勃良特 [Xia4 Luo4 te4 · Bo2 liang2 te4]
Chen Renxi (1581-1636), late Ming scholar and prolific author陈仁锡 [Chen2 Ren2 xi1]
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