Montag, 11. April 2016

42: yīn yáng




Free translation:
All creatures carry Yin and embrace Yang,
the flow of vital forces effects their harmony.

Chinese-English Dictionary

Trad. Simp. Pinyin English
老子Lǎo Laozi (Chinese philosopher)
lǎo old (of people); (a prefix used before the surname of a person or a numeral indicating the order of birth of the children in a family or to indicate affection or familiarity); venerable (person)
master; midnight; son; child; seed; egg; small thing; 11 p.m.-1 a.m.; 1st earthly branch
dàodirection; way; method; road; path; principle; truth; reason; skill; method; Tao (of Taoism); a measure word; to say; to speak; to talk
Germany; virtue; goodness; morality; ethics; kindness; favor; character; kind
jīng classics; sacred book; pass through; to undergo; scripture
wàn Wan (surname); ten thousand; a great number
thing; object; matter
lose; negative (math. etc.); to bear; to carry (on one's back)
yīn (of weather) overcast; Yin; feminine; moon; cloudy; negative (electric.); shady
ér and; as well as; but (not); yet (not); (shows causal relation); (shows change of state); (shows contrast)
bào to hold; to carry (in one's arms); to hug or embrace; surround; cherish
yáng positive (electric.); sun
chōng to rinse; to collide; to water; to rush; to dash (against); to wash out; to charge; highway; public road
gas; air; smell; weather; vital breath; to make sb. angry; to get angry; to be enraged
to use; according to; so as to; in order to; by; with; because; Israel (abbrev.)
wéi act as; be; to be; to do; to serve as; to become
and; together with; with; peace; harmony; union

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