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  *请* | 请* | *请
to ask / to invite / please (do sth) / to treat (to a meal etc) / to request
  *晴* | 晴* | *晴
clear / fine (weather)
  *轻* | 轻* | *轻
light / easy / gentle / soft / reckless / unimportant / frivolous / small in number / unstressed / neutral / to disparage
  *青* | 青* | *青
green / blue / black / youth / young (of people)
to instruct the young / to initiate / to awake sb from ignorance / to free sb from prejudice or superstition / primer / enlightened / the Enlightenment / Western learning from the late Qing dynasty
  *庆* | 庆* | *庆
to celebrate
  *清* | 清* | *清
Qing (Wade-Giles: Ch'ing) dynasty of imperial China (1644-1911) / surname Qing
  *清* | 清* | *清
clear / distinct / quiet / just and honest / pure / to settle or clear up / to clean up or purge
  *情* | 情* | *情
feeling / emotion / passion / situation
  *亲* | 亲* | *亲
parents-in-law of one's offspring
School of Principle / Neo-Confucian Rationalistic School (from Song to mid-Qing times, c. 1000-1750, typified by the teachings of Cheng Hao 程顥|程颢, Cheng Yi 程頤|程颐 and Zhu Xi 朱熹)
  *青* | 青* | *青
abbr. for 青海, Qinghai Province
  *氢* | 氢* | *氢
hydrogen (chemistry)
academy of classical learning (Tang Dynasty - Qing Dynasty)
given name of Qing Emperor Xianfeng 咸豐|咸丰
  *倾* | 倾* | *倾
to overturn / to collapse / to lean / to tend / to incline / to pour out
south of Changjiang or Yangtze river / south of the lower reaches of Changjiang / often refers to south Jiangsu, south Anhui and north Zhejiang provinces / a province during Qing times / in literature, refers to the sunny south / Gangnam (district in Seoul, South Korea)
  *府* | 府* | *府
seat of government / government repository (archive) / official residence / mansion / presidential palace / (honorific) Your home / prefecture (from Tang to Qing times)
  *擎* | 擎* | *擎
to raise (hand)
  *旗* | 旗* | *旗
banner / flag / (in Qing times) Manchu (cf. 八旗) / administrative subdivision in inner Mongolia equivalent to 縣|县 county / CL:
Qing dynasty (1644-1911)
special administrative region (SAR), of which there are two in the PRC: Hong Kong 香港 and Macau 澳門|澳门 / refers to many different areas during late Qing, foreign occupation, warlord period and Nationalist government / refers to special zones in North Korea and Indonesia
princess (loanword from Manchu, used in the Qing Dynasty)
lesson plan / teaching plan / a "missionary case" (a dispute over Christian missionaries during the late Qing)
the Ming (1368-1644) and Qing (1644-1911) dynasties
Qianlong Emperor (1711-1799), sixth Qing emperor, princely title 寶親王|宝亲王, personal name 弘曆|弘历, reigned 1735-1799
Great Qing dynasty (1644-1911)
the local commander / provincial governor (in Qing and Ming times)
  *靑* | 靑* | *靑
variant of
  *罄* | 罄* | *罄
to use up / to exhaust / empty
Siku Quanshu (collection of books compiled during Qing dynasty)
boss / sir (person with a leading role in an organization) / (after a surname) high ranking commander in the PLA / (Qing dynasty) high ranking government official / (old) courteous term used by the general populace in addressing a rank-and-file soldier or police officer
Nanyuan or "Southern Park", an imperial hunting domain during the Yuan, Ming and Qing Dynasties, now the site of Nanhaizi Park in the south of Beijing
(old) commanding general / commander-in-chief / (Qing dynasty) title for a governor-general (provincial military governor) 總督|总督
reign name of penultimate Qing emperor Guangxu or Guang-hsu (1875-1908)
Yongzheng, reign name of Qing emperor (1722-1735)
  *卿* | 卿* | *卿
high ranking official (old) / term of endearment between spouses (old) / (from the Tang Dynasty onwards) term used by the emperor for his subjects (old) / honorific (old)
School of Mind / Neo-Confucian Idealistic School (from Song to mid-Qing times, c. 1000-1750, typified by the teachings of Wang Yangming 王陽明|王阳明)
  *氰* | 氰* | *氰
cyanogen (CN)2 / ethanedinitrile / Taiwan pr. [qing1]
Dinghai district of Zhoushan city 舟山市, Zhejiang / Qing dynasty name of 舟山市
Xianfeng (1831-1861), reign name of Qing emperor, reigned from 1850-1861 / Xianfeng County in Enshi Tujia and Miao Autonomous Prefecture 恩施土家族苗族自治州, Hubei
low-level officer of the army from the Ming to the mid Qing Dynasty
reign name of Qing emperor (1821-1850)
Dramatized History of Sui and Tang, novel by Qing dynasty author Chu Renhuo 褚人獲|褚人获
the late Qing / late 19th and early 20th century China
county magistrate (during Tang to Qing times)
military aircraft / secret plan / Privy Council during the Qing dynasty
  *箐* | 箐* | *箐
to draw a bamboo bow or crossbow
Strange Stories from a Chinese Studio, Qing dynasty book of tales by 蒲松齡|蒲松龄
Yuan Shikai (1859-1916), senior general of late Qing, subsequently warlord and self-proclaimed emperor of China
Jiaqing Emperor (1760-1820), seventh Qing emperor, personal name 顒琰|颙琰, reigned 1796-1820
Manchurian Qing (refers to the Qing dynasty, esp. at its decline, or as an anti-Qing slogan)
New Armies (modernized Qing armies, trained and equipped according to Western standards, founded after Japan's victory in the First Sino-Japanese War in 1895)
old-style money shop (a type of private bank that first appeared in the Ming dynasty, flourished in the Qing, and was phased out after 1949) / (in recent times) informal financial company, often operating at the edges of what is legal
Buddha (term of respect for Sakyamuni 釋迦牟尼|释迦牟尼) / His Holiness (refers to a Buddhist grandee) / Buddha / God / emperor / in late Qing court, refers exclusively to Empress Dowager Cixi 慈禧太后
silver currency / currency of the Qing dynasty based on the silver tael 兩|两
  *顷* | 顷* | *顷
variant of 傾|倾
  *顷* | 顷* | *顷
unit of area equal to 100 畝|亩 or 6.67 hectares / a short while / a little while ago / circa. (for approximate dates)
Ming and Qing dynasty province directly administered by Beijing, including Beijing, Tianjin, most of Hebei and Henan and part of Shandong
prefectural magistrate (during Tang to Qing times)
Guwen Guanzhi, an anthology of essays written in Literary Chinese, compiled and edited by Wu Chucai and Wu Diaohou of Qing dynasty
Hart or Herd (name) / Robert Hart (1835-1911), Englishman who served 1863-1911 in Qing dynasty customs office
to pay respects / to wish good health / in Qing times, a specific form of salutation (see also 打千)
Qing'an county in Suihua 綏化|绥化, Heilongjiang
Qing county in Cangzhou 滄州|沧州, Hebei
mountain resort / Qing imperial summer residence at Chengde, a world heritage site
Aisin Gioro, family name of the Manchu emperors of the Qing dynasty
Ji Yun (1724-1805), Qing Dynasty writer, author of supernatural novel Notes on a Minutely Observed Thatched Hut 閱微草堂筆記|阅微草堂笔记
sliced bread (loanword from "toast") / government-appointed hereditary tribal headman in the Yuan, Ming and Qing dynasties
reign name of second Qing emperor (1644-1662)
Li Hung-chang or Li Hongzhang (1823-1901), Qing dynasty general, politician and diplomat
Zhang Yi (1608-1695), prolific author and poet spanning interregnum between Ming and Qing
anti-Qing secret societies
to study the underlying principle to acquire knowledge (abbr. for 格物致知) / word for Western natural sciences during late Qing
sinology / Chinese studies (in foreign schools) / Han Learning, a Qing dynasty movement aiming at a philological appraisal of the Classics
Li Hung-chang or Li Hongzhang (1823-1901), Qing dynasty general, politician and diplomat
in Qing dynasty, Manchurian word for wife
inspector-general of province in Ming and Qing times
modern history (for China, from the Opium Wars until the fall of the Qing Dynasty, i.e. mid-19th to early 20th century)
Jurchen, a Tungus ethnic group, predecessor of the Manchu ethnic group who founded the Later Jin Dynasty 後金|后金 and Qing Dynasty
Spanish / Western language / foreign languages (in Qing times)
the Qing army
foreign affairs (in Qing times) / foreign learning
Ximen Qing, a fictional character in the novels "Jin Ping Mei" 金瓶梅 and "Water Margin" 水滸傳|水浒传
Western learning (intellectual movement in the late Qing) / also called 洋務運動|洋务运动
Eight Banners, military organization of Manchu later Jin dynasty 後金|后金 from c. 1600, subsequently of the Qing dynasty
Lin Zexu or Lin Tse-hsu "Commissioner Lin" (1785-1850), Qing official whose anti-opium activities led to first Opium war with Britain 1840-1842
semifeudal and semicolonial (the official Marxist description of China in the late Qing and under the Guomindang)
the Qing Dynasty name for the coastal provinces of Liaoning, Hebei, and Shandong
Rehe, Qing dynasty province abolished in 1955 and divided among Hebei, Liaoning and Inner Mongolia / refers to the Qing imperial resort at Chengde / see also 避暑山莊|避暑山庄 (history)
  *黥* | 黥* | *黥
surname Qing
  *黥* | 黥* | *黥
to tattoo criminals on the face or forehead
Green Standard Army, standing infantry during Qing dynasty, originally formed from Ming and other Chinese army units
Weihaiwei, late Qing naval port in Weihai 威海, Shandong
Shengzu, temple name of the second Qing emperor, known as the Kangxi Emperor (1654-1722) / cf. 康熙
navy (in Qing times)
the triennial provincial imperial exam during the Ming and Qing
The Travels of Lao Tsan, novel by late Qing novelist Liu E 劉鶚|刘鹗
Qing government (1644-1911)
reign name (1909-1911) of the last Qing emperor Pu Yi 溥儀|溥仪

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