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Results for: Wu Shihuo (7th century), father of Tang empress Wu Zetian 武則�¤Translations 1 - 30 of 467
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(honorific) your father令尊 [ling4 zun1]
(honorific) your father尊公 [zun1 gong1]
(honorific) your father尊君 [zun1 jun1]
(honorific) your father尊翁 [zun1 weng1]
(informal) father爸爸 [ba4 ba5]
(term of respect) second only to father, like a father (to me)亚父 [ya4 fu4]
(term of respect) second only to father, like a father (to me)亞父 [ya4 fu4]
20th century二十世紀 [er4 shi2 shi4 ji4]
20th century二十世纪 [er4 shi2 shi4 ji4]
21st century二十一世紀 [er4 shi2 yi1 shi4 ji4]
21st century二十一世纪 [er4 shi2 yi1 shi4 ji4]
a decade of a century (e.g. the Sixties), age, era, period年代 [nian2 dai4]
a popular form of narrative literature flourishing in the Tang Dynasty (618-907) with alternate prose and rhymed parts for recitation and singing (often on Buddhist themes)变文 [bian4 wen2]
a popular form of narrative literature flourishing in the Tang Dynasty (618-907) with alternate prose and rhymed parts for recitation and singing (often on Buddhist themes)變文 [bian4 wen2]
Abba (Aramaic word father), by ext. God the Father in Christian gospel)阿爸 [A1 ba4]
Abba (Aramaic word father), by ext. God the Father in Christian gospel)阿爸父 [A1 ba4 fu4]
Aceh province of Indonesia in northwest Sumatra, Aceh sultanate 16th-19th century亚齐 [Ya4 qi2]
Aceh province of Indonesia in northwest Sumatra, Aceh sultanate 16th-19th century亞齊 [Ya4 qi2]
an empress皇后 [huang2 hou4]
An Lushan (703-757), famous general and favorite of Tang emperor Xuanzong 玄宗, eventually precipitated catastrophic An Shi rebellion 安史之亂|安史之乱 (755-763)安祿山 [An1 Lu4 shan1]
An Lushan (703-757), famous general and favorite of Tang emperor Xuanzong 玄宗, eventually precipitated catastrophic An Shi rebellion 安史之亂|安史之乱 (755-763)安禄山 [An1 Lu4 shan1]
ancient measuring vessel, fifty liters, dry measure for grain equal to five dou 五斗 (before Tang, ten pecks)斛 [hu2]
another name for History of the Five Dynasties between Tang and Song 舊五代史|旧五代史梁唐晉漢周書 [Liang2 Tang2 Jin4 Han4 Zhou1 shu1]
another name for History of the Five Dynasties between Tang and Song 舊五代史|旧五代史梁唐晋汉周书 [Liang2 Tang2 Jin4 Han4 Zhou1 shu1]
another name for Zhou4 紂|纣, last ruler of Shang (11th Century BC), famous as a tyrant帝辛 [Di4 xin1]
Anthology of ci poems tunes (1795), edited by Xu Menglan 舒夢蘭|舒梦兰, with 100 accessible poems from Tang through to Qing times白香詞譜 [Bai2 xiang1 ci2 pu3]
Anthology of ci poems tunes (1795), edited by Xu Menglan 舒夢蘭|舒梦兰, with 100 accessible poems from Tang through to Qing times白香词谱 [Bai2 xiang1 ci2 pu3]
anti-Qing, refers to the revolutionary movements in late 19th and early 20th century leading up to 1911 Xinhai revolution 辛亥革命反清 [fan3 qing1]
Antoine Lavoisier (1743-1794), French nobleman and scientist, considered the father of modern chemistry拉瓦錫 [La1 wa3 xi1]
Antoine Lavoisier (1743-1794), French nobleman and scientist, considered the father of modern chemistry拉瓦锡 [La1 wa3 xi1]
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