verb to sacrifice to / to worship
Domain: Literary Chinese 文言文
Notes: (Unihan '祭')

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  • 祭祀 to give an offering
  • 祭奠 to offer sacrifices to one's ancestors
  • 祭司 a priest
  • 祭礼(祭禮) a sacrificial offering / worship / a religious rite
  • 祭器 a sacrificial vessel
  • 祭品 an offering
  • 拜祭 to worship / to observe religious rites / to pay one's respects
  • 祭典 a sacrificial ceremony / a religious festival
  • 祭酒 to offer a libation ; to offer a libation ; person who performs the libation before a banquet ; senior member of a profession ; important government post in imperial China
  • 血祭 blood sacrifice / animal sacrifice
  • 主祭 to perform the sacrificial rites at a funeral
  • 祭祖 to offer sacrifices to one's ancestors
  • 祭牲 sacrificial animal
  • 奠祭 pouring of wine on ground for sacrifice
  • 公祭 public memorial service
  • 祭拜 to offer sacrifice (to one's ancestors)
  • 祭师(祭師) priest
  • 大祭司 kohen / kohein / cohen / kohanim
  • 祭吊(祭弔) to mourn and offer prayers
  • 祭坛(祭壇) altar
  • 吊祭(弔祭) a worship ceremony for the dead / to offer sacrifice (to ancestors) / a libation
  • 献祭(獻祭) to offer sacrifice
  • 斋祭(齋祭) to offer sacrifices (to gods or ancestors) whilst abstaining from meat, wine etc
  • 祭孔 to offer sacrifices to Confucius
  • 牙祭 a good meal / sumptuous food
  • 祭物 sacrifices
  • 祭服 ceremonial clothing
  • 祭奥(祭奧) to give offerings to the household gods
  • 祭献(祭獻) to give an offering
  • 祭天 to make an offering to Heaven
  • 祭帐(祭帳) a funeral scroll

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