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  *到* | 到* | *到
to (a place) / until (a time) / up to / to go / to arrive / (verb complement denoting completion or result of an action)
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  *刀* | 刀* | *刀
knife / blade / single-edged sword / cutlass / CL: / (slang) dollar (loanword) / classifier for sets of one hundred sheets (of paper) / classifier for knife cuts or stabs
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  *倒* | 倒* | *倒
to fall / to collapse / to lie horizontally / to overthrow / to fail / to go bankrupt / to change (trains or buses) / to move around / to resell at a profit
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  *倒* | 倒* | *倒
to place upside down / to invert / to pour / to throw out / to move backwards / however / actually / as a matter of fact / contrary to expectation
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  *道* | 道* | *道
road / path / CL: 條|条, / principle / truth / morality / reason / skill / method / Dao (of Daoism) / to say / to speak / to talk / classifier for long thin things (rivers, cracks etc), barriers (walls, doors etc), questions (in an exam etc), commands, courses in a meal, steps in a process / (old) circuit (administrative division)
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  *岛* | 岛* | *岛
variant of 島|岛
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  *岛* | 岛* | *岛
island / CL: 個|个,
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  *导* | 导* | *导
to transmit / to lead / to guide / to conduct / to direct
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  *刀* | 刀* | *刀
surname Dao
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  *稻* | 稻* | *稻
paddy / rice (Oryza sativa)
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  *盗* | 盗* | *盗
to steal / to rob / to plunder / thief / bandit / robber
Buddha's teaching / Buddhist monk's apparel, staff etc / (Daoism) magic weapon / talisman / fig. specially effective device / magic wand
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  *捣* | 捣* | *捣
to pound / to beat / to hull / to attack / to disturb / to stir
profound theory (in Daoism and Buddhism) / mysterious principles
Laozi or Lao-tze (c. 500 BC), Chinese philosopher, the founder of Taoism / the sacred book of Daoism, 道德經|道德经 by Laozi
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  *悼* | 悼* | *悼
to mourn / to lament
same as 引導|引导 / Dao Yin, Daoist exercises involving breathing, stretching and self-massage
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  *叨* | 叨* | *叨
garrulous
the Book of Dao by Laozi or Lao-Tze, the sacred text of Daoism
(slang, coined c. 2017, contrasted with 佛系) Dao-type, a type of person who has traits associated with a Daoist approach to life, such as being active, optimistic, earthy and forthright
Black Tortoise (the seven mansions of the north sky) / (in Daoism) God of the north sky
various sages / refers to the classical schools of thought, e.g. Confucianism represented by Confucius 孔子 and Mencius 孟子, Daoism by Laozi 老子 and Zhuangzi 莊子|庄子, Mohism by Mozi 墨子, Legalism by Sunzi 孫子|孙子 and Han Feizi 韓非子|韩非子, and numerous others
Wang Dao (276-339), powerful official of Jin dynasty and brother of general Wang Dun 王敦, regent of Jin from 325
to devote oneself to spiritual development (esp. Buddhism or Daoism) / to devote oneself to perfecting one's art or craft
to achieve the Dao / to become an immortal
the Moon (esp. in Daoism)
Bei Dao (1949-), Chinese poet
Dao county in Yongzhou 永州, Hunan
(martial arts) wind-and-fire wheel, weapon used in hand-to-hand fighting / (Daoism) a magical pair of wheels on which one can stand to ride at great speed, used by Nezha 哪吒 / (fig.) never-ending treadmill
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  *蹈* | 蹈* | *蹈
to tread on / to trample / to stamp / to fulfill / Taiwan pr. [dao4]
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  *氘* | 氘* | *氘
deuterium 2H / heavy hydrogen, isotope of hydrogen having 1 neutron in its nucleus, so atomic weight 2
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  *焘* | 焘* | *焘
cover over / to envelope
Taoism / Daoism (Chinese system of beliefs)
mystery within a mystery / the mysteries of the Dao according to Laozi 老子
Huangting Jing, one of the primary scriptures of Daoism
Laozi or Lao-tze (c. 500 BC), Chinese philosopher, the founder of Taoism / the sacred book of Daoism, 道德經|道德经 by Laozi
in Daoism, astral wind on which immortals may ride / strong wind
the Three Religions (Daoism, Confucianism, Buddhism) and Nine Schools (Confucians, Daoists, Yin-Yang, Legalists, Logicians, Mohists, Political Strategists, Eclectics, Agriculturists) / fig. people from all trades (often derog.)
to practice Daoism
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  *捯* | 捯* | *捯
(coll.) to reel in (string, yarn etc) by pulling hand over hand or by coiling / to step along / to look into / to pursue (a matter)
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  *忉* | 忉* | *忉
grieved
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  *纛* | 纛* | *纛
big banner / feather banner or fan
three immortal souls and seven mortal forms in Daoism, contrasting the spiritual and carnal side of man
Confucian study of ethics / study of Daoism / school for Daoism in Tang and Song times / Daoist magic / another name for 理學|理学, rational learning of Song dynasty neo-Confucianism
levitation (of Daoist immortal) / to become as light as a feather and ascend to heaven / (in Daoism) to become immortal / to die / of winged insects, to emerge from the cocoon in adult form / eclosion
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  *刂* | 刂* | *刂
"knife" radical in Chinese characters (Kangxi radical 18) / see also 立刀旁 / see also 側刀旁|侧刀旁
lit. when a man achieves the Dao, his poultry and dogs rise to Heaven (idiom) / fig. to ride on sb else's success / Once one man gets a government position, all his cronies get in too / Once sb has cracked the problem, every Tom, Dick and Harry can do it
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  *嶋* | 嶋* | *嶋
variant of 島|岛, island / used as second component of Japanese names with phonetic value -shima or -jima
Star God of Rank and Affluence (Daoism)
the Three Doctrines (Daoism, Confucianism, Buddhism)
progress seems like regress (the Book of Dao 道德經|道德经, Chpt. 41)
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  *舠* | 舠* | *舠
kayak
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  *帱* | 帱* | *帱
canopy
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  *祷* | 祷* | *祷
prayer / pray / supplication
Laozi and Zhuangzi (or Lao-tze and Chuang-tze), the founders of Daoism
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  *翿* | 翿* | *翿
feather banner or fan
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  *鱽* | 鱽* | *鱽
Coilia ectenes
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  *禂* | 禂* | *禂
to pray / prayer
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  *衟* | 衟* | *衟
old variant of
Daoyuan (Sanctuary of the Dao)
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  *擣* | 擣* | *擣
stir / to pound
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  *壔* | 壔* | *壔
column / cylinder
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  *稲* | 稲* | *稲
variant of
a Daoist / a follower of Daoism
three immortal souls in Daoism, representing spirit and intellect
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  *嶌* | 嶌* | *嶌
variant of 島|岛, island / used in Japanese names with reading -shima or -jima
Wang Dun (266-324), powerful general of Jin dynasty and brother of civil official Wang Dao 王導|王导, subsequently rebellious warlord 322-324
various sages and ten schools of thought / refers to the classical schools of thought, e.g. Confucianism represented by Confucius 孔子 and Mencius 孟子, Daoism by Laozi 老子 and Zhuangzi 莊子|庄子, Mohism by Mozi 墨子, Legalism by Sunzi 孫子|孙子 and Han Feizi 韓非子|韩非子, and numerous others
entering the Way, you seem to coil back (Laozi 老子, the Book of Dao 道德經|道德经, Chap. 14) / progress in the Dao can seem illusory
mountain of Dao, sea of learning (idiom); learning is as high as the mountains, as wide as the seas / ars longa, vita brevis
the ideal is to be like water (which benefits all living things and does not struggle against them) (quotation from the "Book of Dao" 道德經|道德经)
seven mortal forms in Daoism, representing carnal life and desires / contrasted with 三魂 three immortal souls
the three gods in charge of heaven, earth and water (Daoism)
Tsung-Dao Lee (1926-), Chinese American physicist, Columbia University, 1957 Nobel laureate


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