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large amount / staple / influential family of long standing
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surname Zong
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school / sect / purpose / model / ancestor / clan / to take as one's model (in academic or artistic work) / classifier for batches, items, cases (medical or legal), reservoirs
religion
HSK 6
objective / aim / goal
HSK 6
orthodox school / fig. traditional / old school / authentic / genuine
HSK 6
Guangzong county in Xingtai 邢台, Hebei
great scholar respected for learning and integrity
ancestor / forebear
posthumous name given to second emperor of a dynasty / King Taejong of Joseon Korea (1367-1422), reigned 1400-1418
Tang Emperor Xuanzong (685-762), also known as Emperor Ming of Tang 唐明皇, reign name of seventh Tang emperor 李隆基, reigned 712-756
Guangzong county in Xingtai 邢台, Hebei
Shizong county in Qujing 曲靖, Yunnan
Zen Buddhism
Sejong the Great or Sejong Daewang (1397-1450), reigned 1418-1450 as fourth king of Joseon or Chosun dynasty, in whose reign the hangeul alphabet was invented
file / folder / dossier
head of a clan / natural leader / person of prestige and authority in a domain / suzerain
Emperor Dezong of Tang (742-805), reign name of tenth Tang emperor Li Kuo 李适, reigned 779-805
Vajrayana / Tantric Buddhism
tantra
clan / clansman
sect
religious ceremony
brat / little devil
Shizong county in Qujing 曲靖, Yunnan
imperial clan / member of the imperial clan / clansman / ancestral shrine
religious studies
Emperor Huizong (Song Dynasty)
Emperor Wuzong of Tang (814-846), reign name of sixteenth Tang emperor Li Chan 李瀍, reigned 840-846
parcel of land
hereditary title bestowed on Confucius' descendants
pope
Wenzong Emperor, reign name of Yuan Dynasty emperor Tugh Temür (1304-1332), reigned 1328-1332
sb whose calligraphy serves as a model
Emperor Shunzong of Tang (761-806), reign name of eleventh Tang emperor Li Song 李誦|李诵, reigned 805-806
Yingzong, Temple name of sixth and eighth Ming emperor Zhengtong 正統|正统
Ming Wuzong, temple name of eleventh Ming emperor Zhengde 正德
to carry on one's ancestral line
another name for Mt Tai 泰山 in Shandong as principal or ancestor of the Five Sacred Mountains 五嶽|五岳 / Mt Tai as resting place for departed souls
Emperor Gaozong of Tang, reign name of third Tang emperor Li Zhi 李治 (628-683), reigned 649-683
many superficial changes but no departure from the original stand (idiom); plus ça change, plus ça reste la mème chose
Pure Land Buddhism
Emperor Ningzong of Southern Song (1168-1224)
sun
to declare at the outset (idiom)
Huang Zongxi (1610-1695), scholar and writer of the Ming-Qing transition
suzerainty
to bring honor to one's ancestors
Emperor Taizong of Tang (727-779), reign name of ninth Tang emperor Li Yu 李豫, reigned 762-779
Emperor Jingzong of Tang (809-827), reign name of fourteenth Tang emperor 李湛, reigned 825-827
temple / ancestral shrine
Emperor Ruizong of Tang, reign name of sixth Tang emperor Li Dan 李旦 (662-716), reigned 684-690 and 710-712
Emperor Xuanzong of Tang (810-859), reign name of seventeenth Tang emperor Li Chen 李忱, reigned 846-859
Emperor Muzong of Tang (795-825), reign name of thirteenth Tang emperor 李恆|李恒 reigned 821-825
suzerain state / mother country (of a colony)
penis (Chinese medicine)
Emperor Zhaozong of Tang, reign name of twentieth Tang emperor 李曄|李晔 (867-904), reigned 888-904
religious order / religious grouping
secular (society) / non-religious (party)
Emperor Suzong of Tang (711-762), reign name of eighth Tang emperor Li Heng 李亨, reigned 756-762
Satyasiddhi school of Buddhism
Emperor Zhongzong of Tang, reign name of fourth Tang emperor Li Zhe 李哲 (656-710), reigned 705-710
Chinese Buddhist school founded on the Buddhavatamsaka-mahavaipulya Sutra (Garland sutra)
Emperor Xianzong of Tang (778-820), reign name of twelfth Tang emperor Li Chun 李純|李纯 reigned 805-820
sectarianism
Temple name of fifth Ming emperor Xuande 宣德
Three Treatise School (Buddhism)
Shingon Buddhism
hereditary title bestowed on Confucius' descendants
combined branches of a clan
Tao Zongyi (c. 1329-1410), Yuan dynasty scholar
Sejong the Great or Sejong Daewang (1397-1450), reigned 1418-1450 as fourth king of Joseon or Chosun dynasty, in whose reign the hangeul alphabet was invented
Emperor Wenzong of Tang (809-840), reign name of fifteenth Tang emperor 李昂, reigned 827-840
Yogācāra school of Buddhism / Consciousness-only school of Buddhism
posthumous title of Hung Taiji 皇太極|皇太极 (1592-1643), eighth son of Nurhaci 努爾哈赤|努尔哈赤, reigned 1626-1636 as Second Khan of Later Jin dynasty 後金|后金, then founded the Qing dynasty 大清 and reigned 1636-1643 as Emperor
Yogācāra school of Buddhism / Dharma-character school of Buddhism
the five schools of Chan Buddhism (idiom)
Emperor Yizong of Tang (833-873), reign name of eighteenth Tang emperor Li Cui 李漼, reigned 859-873
The Secret of the Golden Flower, a classic of Chinese Taoism published in the late 17th century
Emperor Taizong of Tang, reign name of second Tang emperor Li Shimin 李世民 (599-649), reigned 626-649
Kusha-shū (Japanese Buddhism school)
Tiantai school of Buddhism
King Taejong of Joseon Korea (1367-1422), reigned 1400-1418
person with remarkable academic or artistic attainments / master craftsman / highly esteemed person
Emperor Xizong of Tang, reign name of nineteenth Tang Emperor Li Xuan 李儇 (862-888), reigned 873-888
Tsongkhapa (1357-1419), Tibetan religious leader, founder of the Gelugpa school 格魯派|格鲁派
Sufi sect of Islam in central Asia
Li Zongren (1891-1969), a leader of Guangxi warlord faction
"Duke Li of Wei Answering Emperor Taizong of Tang", military treatise attributed to Li Jing 李靖 and one of the Seven Military Classics of ancient China 武經七書|武经七书
(Protestant) Reformation
Gaozong Emperor, Temple name of the tenth Song Emperor Zhao Gou 趙構|赵构 (1107-1187 AD), reigned (1127-1162 AD)
Hung Taiji (1592-1643), eighth son of Nurhaci 努爾哈赤|努尔哈赤, reigned 1626-1636 as Second Khan of Later Jin dynasty 後金|后金, then founded the Qing dynasty 大清 and reigned 1636-1643 as Emperor
Ming Renzong, Temple name of fourth Ming emperor Zhu Gaochi 朱高熾|朱高炽
Jonathan Lee (1958-), Taiwanese record producer and songwriter
Zuo Zongtang (1812-1885), Chinese administrator and military leader
Liu Zongyuan (773-819), Tang essayist and poet, advocate of the classical writing 古文運動|古文运动 and neoclassical 復古|复古 movements
Daizong, Temple name of seventh Ming emperor Jingtai 景泰
Director of the Imperial Clan in imperial China, one of the Nine Ministers 九卿
Ming Xizong, Temple name of fifteenth Ming emperor Tianqi 明天啟|明天启

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