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  *祭* | 祭* | *祭
surname Zhai
  *祭* | 祭* | *祭
to offer a sacrifice to (gods or ancestors) / memorial ceremony / (in classical novels) to recite an incantation to activate a magic weapon / (lit. and fig.) to wield
to offer sacrifice
to offer sacrifices (to one's ancestors) / to hold or attend a memorial service
to offer sacrifices to the gods or ancestors
to offer sacrifices to one's ancestors
a good meal / sumptuous food
sacrificial ceremony / religious festival
to offer sacrifices to Confucius
to offer a libation / person who performs the libation before a banquet / senior member of a profession / important government post in imperial China
to offer sacrifices to the kitchen god
to brandish (a figurative weapon, i.e. some measure intended to deal with the situation) / to resort to (some tactic)
public memorial service
ritual dishes / sacrificial vessels
to offer sacrifice (to one's ancestors)
to give sacrifice
High Priest
funeral oration / eulogy / elegiac address
sacrificial offerings / worship / religious rite
to perform the sacrificial rites at a funeral
to worship / to observe religious rites / to pay one's respects (to one's ancestors etc)
pouring of wine on ground for sacrifice
to offer sacrifices (to gods or ancestors) whilst abstaining from meat, wine etc
sacrificial animal
a worship ceremony for the dead / to offer sacrifice (to ancestors) / a libation
to mourn and offer prayers
blood sacrifice / animal sacrifice (to a God or ancestral spirit)
burnt offering (Judaism)
to have a large and sumptuous meal (traditionally on the 1st and 15th of each month)

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