Chinese Notes
Chinese Notes

绝句 (絕句) juéjù

juéjù noun jueju
Domain: Poetry 诗 , Subdomain: China 中国 , Concept: Genre 体裁
Notes: Literally, 'stopped lines,' jueju is a form of jinti shi 近体诗 poetry that first arose in the Tang. A jueju poem has four lines, each of five or seven syllables (Idema and Haft 1997, p. 124).

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Collection Document Title Occurrences
Daode Jing 《道德經》 With commentary by 王弼 Wang Bi 3
Book of Later Han 《後漢書》 第三 律曆下 曆法 Volume 93: Rhythm and the Calendar Part Three 2
Stratagems of the Warring States 《戰國策》 卷四 秦二 Chapter 4: Qin II 2
Stratagems of the Warring States 《戰國策》 卷五 秦三 Chapter 5: Qin III 2
Stratagems of the Warring States 《戰國策》 卷八 齊一 Chapter 8: Qi I 2
Stratagems of the Warring States 《戰國策》 卷十九 趙二 Chapter 19: Zhao II 1
Stratagems of the Warring States 《戰國策》 卷二十四 魏三 Chapter 24: Wei III 1
Stratagems of the Warring States 《戰國策》 卷二十七 韓二 Chapter 27: Han II 1
Stratagems of the Warring States 《戰國策》 卷十六 楚三 Chapter 16: Chu III 1
Stratagems of the Warring States 《戰國策》 卷六 秦四 Chapter 6: Qin IV 1

Collocations

Simplified Traditional Example Example Reference Frequency
字绝句 字絕句 字絕句 Book of Later Han 《後漢書》 第三 律曆下 曆法 Volume 93: Rhythm and the Calendar Part Three 2