Chinese Notes
Chinese Notes

  1. pronoun what / how / why / which
    Domain: Classical Chinese 古文
    Notes: This interrogative pronoun is usually used to refer to things in Literary Chinese. It can select either the subject, the object or an adverb (Pulleyblank 1995, p. 93).
  2. adverb very
    Domain: Classical Chinese 古文

Contained in

任何如何无论何时何时何以为何奈何无可奈何何处何况何处何必无论如何何等几何何如何不几何原本几何学何绍基几何纹几何网格纹何仙姑云何几何量何谓何须何国何园寺何去何从何日圣何塞何耶揭唎婆像法何耶揭唎婆观世音菩萨受法坛平面几何解析几何何山是何祥也

Word is mentioned most frequently in

Truncated for common words

Collection Document Title Occurrences
The Commentary of Zuo on the Spring and Autumn Annals 《春秋左氏傳》 昭公 Lord Zhao 174
Gongyang's Commentary on the Spring and Autumn Annals 《春秋公羊傳》 莊公 Lord Zhang 116
Gongyang's Commentary on the Spring and Autumn Annals 《春秋公羊傳》 僖公 Lord Xi 110
The Commentary of Zuo on the Spring and Autumn Annals 《春秋左氏傳》 襄公 Lord Xiang 109
Songs of Chu 《楚辭》 卷第三 天問 Chapter 3: Heavenly Questions 107
Gongyang's Commentary on the Spring and Autumn Annals 《春秋公羊傳》 隱公 Lord Yin 81
Book of Han 《漢書》 卷三十九 蕭何曹參傳 Volume 39: Xiao He and Cao Shen 76
Gongyang's Commentary on the Spring and Autumn Annals 《春秋公羊傳》 桓公 Lord Huan 68
Gongyang's Commentary on the Spring and Autumn Annals 《春秋公羊傳》 僖公 Lord Xi 68
Gongyang's Commentary on the Spring and Autumn Annals 《春秋公羊傳》 昭公 Lord Zhao 65