|composer, song writer||作曲者 [zuo4 qu3 zhe3]|
|(of a song) to pass from person to person||传唱 [chuan2 chang4]|
|(of a song) to pass from person to person||傳唱 [chuan2 chang4]|
|a form of Yuefu 樂府|乐府 mourning song or elegy, lit. to visit a tomb on Mt Mang||邙山行 [Mang2 shan1 xing2]|
|a form or theatrical double act, popular since Qing times, with one player seated stage front and acting out the poem or song of the second player hidden at the back (also written 雙黄|双黄), double reed (as used in oboe or bassoon), an oboe or bassoon||双簧 [shuang1 huang2]|
|a form or theatrical double act, popular since Qing times, with one player seated stage front and acting out the poem or song of the second player hidden at the back (also written 雙黄|双黄), double reed (as used in oboe or bassoon), an oboe or bassoon||雙簧 [shuang1 huang2]|
|A mirror for the wise ruler (or Comprehensive Mirror for aid in Government), a vast chronological general history, written by 司馬光|司马光 Sima Guang (1019-1089) and collaborators during the Northern Song in 1084, covering the period 403 BC-959 AD, 294 scrolls||資治通鑒 [Zi1 zhi4 tong1 jian4]|
|A mirror for the wise ruler (or Comprehensive Mirror for aid in Government), a vast chronological general history, written by 司馬光|司马光 Sima Guang (1019-1089) and collaborators during the Northern Song in 1084, covering the period 403 BC-959 AD, 294 scrolls||资治通鉴 [Zi1 zhi4 tong1 jian4]|
|a mournful song, dirge, elegy||哀歌 [ai1 ge1]|
|a song cycle in Chinese opera, fig. a series of tricks, polite remarks||套数 [tao4 shu4]|
|a song cycle in Chinese opera, fig. a series of tricks, polite remarks||套數 [tao4 shu4]|
|another name for History of the Five Dynasties between Tang and Song 舊五代史|旧五代史||梁唐晉漢周書 [Liang2 Tang2 Jin4 Han4 Zhou1 shu1]|
|another name for History of the Five Dynasties between Tang and Song 舊五代史|旧五代史||梁唐晋汉周书 [Liang2 Tang2 Jin4 Han4 Zhou1 shu1]|
|Anton Pavlovich Chekhov (1860-1904), Russian writer famous for his short stories and plays||契訶夫 [Qi4 he1 fu1]|
|Anton Pavlovich Chekhov (1860-1904), Russian writer famous for his short stories and plays||契诃夫 [Qi4 he1 fu1]|
|Antonin Dvořák (1841-1904), Bohemian composer, author of nine symphonies including the New World symphony||德沃夏克 [De2 wo4 xia4 ke4]|
|author, writer||作者 [zuo4 zhe3]|
|author, writer||著作家 (者 )|
|beautiful, captivating, plump, voluptuous, anything pertaining to love (as a love story, love song), a beauty, admire or envy||豔|
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