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).

Texts that the word is most frequently mentioned in

Collection Document Title Occurrences
Daode Jing 《道德經》 Daode Jing 《道德經》 3
Old Book of Tang 《舊唐書》 卷一百六十六 列傳第一百十六: 元稹 白居易 Volume 166 Biographies 116: Yuan Zhen, Bai Juyi 2
Stratagems of the Warring States 《戰國策》 卷八 齊一 Chapter 8: Qi I 2
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
History of Song 《宋史》 卷二百〇九 志第一百六十二 藝文八 Volume 209 Treatises 162: Arts and Literature 8 2
Stratagems of the Warring States 《戰國策》 卷六 秦四 Chapter 6: Qin IV 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》 卷十九 趙二 Chapter 19: Zhao II 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 4
古今绝句 古今絕句 古今絕句 History of Song 《宋史》 卷二百〇九 志第一百六十二 藝文八 Volume 209 Treatises 162: Arts and Literature 8 2