Chinese Notes
Chinese Notes

pronoun I / my
Domain: Classical Chinese 古文
Notes: A first person pronoun used in Literary Chinese (Pulleyblank 1995, p. 76). For example, 吾十有五而志于學 ‘At fifteen, I had my mind bent on learning.’ (Lunyu 2:4, trans. by Legge 1861)

Contained in

新疆维吾尔自治区维吾尔老吾老以及人之老幼吾幼以及人之幼维吾尔族存吾吾人

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Collection Document Title Occurrences
The Commentary of Zuo on the Spring and Autumn Annals 《春秋左氏傳》 昭公 Lord Zhao 192
The Commentary of Zuo on the Spring and Autumn Annals 《春秋左氏傳》 襄公 Lord Xiang 150
Records of the Three Kingdoms 《三國志》 卷一 魏書一 武帝紀 Volume 1: Book of Wei 1 - Annals of Emperor Wu 69
Book of Song 《宋書》 卷二十二 志第十二 樂四 Volume 22 Treatises 12: Music 4 66
The Commentary of Zuo on the Spring and Autumn Annals 《春秋左氏傳》 成公 Lord Cheng 65
The Commentary of Zuo on the Spring and Autumn Annals 《春秋左氏傳》 僖公 Lord Xi 63
Guoyu 《國語》 晉語二 Discourses of Jin II 57
Garden of Stories 《說苑》 卷四 立節 Chapter 4: Personal Integrity 55
Liezi 《列子》 卷第二 黃帝篇 Chapter 2: The Yellow Emperor 52
Records of the Grand Historian 《史記》 《趙世家》 House of Zhao 52