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  *韵* | 韵* | *韵
the final (of a syllable) (Chinese phonology) / rhyme / appeal / charm / (literary) pleasant sound
charm or grace (in poetry or art)
charm / grace / elegant bearing (usually feminine)
rhyme group (group of characters that rhyme, in rhyme books)
homophone group (group of homophone characters, in a rhyme book)
to rhyme / sometimes written 壓韻|压韵
music / rhyme and rhythm / initial, , and final and tone, 韻|韵, of a Chinese character / phoneme
(of literature, art) distinct style / flavor / spirit / character
reply to a poem in the same rhyme
Guangyun, Chinese rime dictionary 韻書|韵书 from 11th century, containing 26,194 single-character entries
pleasant lingering effect / memorable stylishness / haunting tune / aftertaste (of a good wine etc)
Jiyun, Chinese rime dictionary with 53,525 single-character entries, published in 11th century
musical sound / flowing rhythm (of poetry) / cadence
Qieyun, the first Chinese rime dictionary from 601 AD, containing 11,500 single-character entries
see 反切
to rhyme / also written 協韻|协韵
abbr. for Yupian 玉篇 and Guangyun 廣韻|广韵
to rhyme
to write a poem using another poem's rhymes
variant of 押韻|押韵
change of rhyme (within a poem)
pleasant aftertaste in the back of the throat (esp. when drinking tea)
retroflex final / nonsyllabic final r added to a word in spoken Chinese
to restrict to even tone (i.e. final rhyming syllable must be classical first or second tone 平聲|平声)

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