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SUHUN very light yellow, cream-colored

SUHUN WENDERHEN an ivory-colored skylark

SUI 1. crime, transgression, sin, guilt 2. malevolent influence, evil

SUI AKŪ innocent, without guilt

SUI BOCO olive-green

SUI CECIKE kingfisher; cf. ulgiyan cecike

SUI ISIFI EHE DE ISINAME MAILAKINI an oath with the same meaning as mailaru

SUI ISIKA met with misfortune

SUI ISIRU an oath--may you meet with misfortune! miscreant!

SUI MANGGA guilt-ridden

SUI GULAG yearly tribute

SUIBUMBI caus. of suimbi

SUIFULEBUMBI caus. of suifulembi

SUIFULEMBI to bore (with an awl)

SUIFUN awl

SUIGA see suiha

SUIHA 1. artemisia, moxa 2. brush, overgrowth

SUIHA CECIKE 'moxa bird'--the name of a small bird with brown back and sides and a white breast

SUIHA FULAN a light gray horse

SUIHA SINDAMBI to apply moxa, to cauterize with moxa

SUIHANA resembling artemisia

SUIHANA WEHE a type of green stone with spots resembling the artemisia plant

SUIHANA YARHA a leopard with spots resembling the leaves of the artemisia plant

SUIHE 1. an ear of grain 2. tassel, crest 3. end of a whip

SUIHE ILHA the flower of knotweed

SUIHEN see emu suihen i banjimbi

SUIHENEMBI to put forth ears (grain)

SUIHETU having a tassel or crest

SUIHETU COKO one name for the turkey; cf. nanggitu coko

SUIHETU FUKJINGGA HERGEN the name of a style of calligraphy

SUIHETU GASHA the same as suihetu coke

SUIHETU GŪWASIHIYA one name for the egret; cf. gūwasihiya

SUIHON a deer-horn awl worn on the belt and used for untying knots

SUIHON I UNCEHEN a final stroke in cursive Manchu script

SUIHUMBI to be rowdy when drunk

SUIHUME LAIHŪDAME YABUMBI to behave offensively while intoxicated

SUIHUN a large earring used by men

SUIHUTU a rowdy drunk

SUIHŪN unnatural sexual act, sodomy

SUILABUMBI caus. of suilambi

SUILACUKA distressing, laborious, difficult, agonizing

SUILACUN distress, labor, agony, hardship

SUILAMBI to be in distress, to suffer hardship, to be in agony, to be exhausted

SUILAN hornet

SUILASHŪN 1. burdensome, onerous, encumbering 2. distressed, afflicted

SUIMANGGA see sui manage,

SUIMBI (-he) 1. to grind ink 2. to mix (dough)

SUINGGA harmful, grievous, wicked, illegal

SUINGGA JUI son of a concubine

SUISIMBI (-ka) to suffer hardship or distress

SUISIRU the same as sui isiru: miscreant!

SUISIRUSA plural of suisiru

SUITABUMBI caus. of suitambi

SUITAKŪ a long vessel used for pouring libations

SUITAMBI to pour, to water (plants), to spill, to splash

SUJABUMBI caus. of sujambi

SUJAGAN see sujahan

SUJAHAN supporting pole, prop, support

SUJAKŪ a support, a grip

SUJAMBI 1. to prop up, to support 2. to push against, to resist, to be a match for

SUJANAMBI to push upward (of sprouts), to sprout while still underground

SUJANDUMBI to support one another, to resist one another

SUJE silk, silk material

SUJE I NAMUN Silk Store, BH 77

SUJIKDE a sort of willow from which arrow shafts were made--Solix gracilistyla

SUJUBUMBI caus. of sujumbi

SUJUMBI (-ha) to run, to hasten, to rush

SUJUNAMBI to run thither

SUJUTEMBI to run together

SUK SEME INJEMBI to laugh while trying to remain serious, to laugh through the nose while trying to hold a straight face

SUKDEN MOO Rhus cotinus--a tree that grows in Szechuan whose leaves are used for making yellow dye

SUKDUHEN one name for the crane; cf. bulehen

SUKDUN 1. vapor, air, breath, gas 2. vital fluid, spirit 3. air, aspect, manner

SUKDUN BE GIDAMBI to hold the breath

SUKDUN CIRGABUMBI to hold the breath

SUKDUN HŪWALIYASUN NESUKEN I MUDAN a piece of music played during a banquet given by the Board of War to a new military metropolitan graduate

SUKDUN NIYECEBUMBI to nourish the vital vapors (of the body)

SUKDUN TON fate

SUKDUNGGA pertaining to vapor, breath, etc.

SUKDUNGGI see sukdungga

SUKIYABUMBI caus. of sukiyambi

SUKIYAMBI to drain, to pour out completely

SUKIYAME OMIMBI to drink dry, to drink 'bottoms up'

SUKIYANGGA ILHA a carved or decorated piece of wood suspended in a gate;

cf. bongko sukiyara duka

SUKIYARI CECIKE loricula, the green lovebird of Taiwan

SUKJI the edible seed pods of the elm tree

SUKJIBUMBI caus. of sukjimbi

SUKJIBURE HIYAN a variety of fragrant purple incense

SUKJIMBI to offer, to present

SUKJINGGE BA the southwest corner of a house

SUKSAHA 1. thigh 2. hind leg of livestock

SUKSALABUMBI caus. of suksalambi

SUKSALAMBI to open up (new land), to open to cultivation, to clear (virgin land)

SUKSALANAMBI to go to open up for cultivation

SUKSALANDUMBI/SUKSALANUMBI to open to cultivation together

SUKSALANJIMBI to come to open to cultivation

SUKSAN newly opened land, land newly opened to cultivation

SUKSUBUMBI caus. of suksumbi

SUKSUHU fish hawk, osprey (Pandion haliaetus)

SUKSUHUN bristling (mad)

SUKSUKU see suksuhu

SUKSUMBI (-he) to winnow

SUKSUREKU a winnowing fan

SUKSUREMBI (-ke) 1. to swell, to become swollen 2. to shake out (a bird, of its feathers) 3. to strike prey (of birds of prey)

SUKU 1. tumbleweed 2. bushy, thick (of growth)

SUKU HAMGIYA overgrowth, brush, weeds

SUKŪ skin, hide, pelt

SUKŪ I JAKA WEILERE HAFAN an official who was in charge of making leather goods in antiquity

SUKŪ I ŠOŠONGGO MAHALA an ancient-style hat made from deerskin

SUKŪ SOFORO a leather saddle cushion; cf. soforo

SUKŪNAMBI to form a skin, to develop a layer of skin

SUKŪNGGE LUJEN the name of a ceremonial carriage with a leather-covered dome

SULA 1. loose 2. idle, unoccupied, at leisure, free 3. incomplete 4. unemployed in an official capacity

SULA AMBAN Junior Assistant Chamberlain of the Imperial Bodyguard, BH 98

SULA BA empty land, wasteland

SULA BAISIN unemployed, at leisure

SULA BITHE novel, storybook, frivolous literature

SULA BOIHON loose soil

SULA GISUN idle talk, gossip

SULA HAFAN I USIN government land

SULA HAHA an idle laborer, non-quota man

SULA HEHE a household slave girl, female servant

SULA INENGGI a free day

SULA JANGGIN the name of an officer in the Palace of a Prince of the Blood

SULA NIYALMA an idle person, man of leisure

SULA SAISA a scholar in private life

SULA SINDAMBI to put at ease

SULA UMIYESUN a loose belt without a clasp

SULABUMBI 1. caus. of sulambi 2. to leave free, to leave a little bit over, to leave remaining 3. to let hang 4. to let grow (the hair)

SULAHŪN one name for the river gull; cf. ula kilahūn

SULAKA see sulakan

SULAKAN 1. rather loose 2. rather free 3. rather idle 4. somewhat better (of an illness) 5. relieved, at ease

SULAMBI 1. to be left over, to remain behind, to be handed down 2. to be loose, to be free 3. to be idle 4. to awake from a cat nap

SULAHA DURSUN traditional character

SULAHA TACIN traditional custom

SULDARGAN one name for the kestrel; cf. baldargan

SULFA at leisure, leisurely, idle, free, at ease, without cares, loose

SULFAKAN rather leisurely, rather loose

SULFAMBI to be loose, to be slack

SULFANGGA relaxed, at ease, peaceful

SULHUMBI to be damp (of the earth)

SULKU a wooden or bamboo flower stand

SULTAHA the river gull; cf. ula kilahūn

SULTEI ;oral; cf. imahū

SULTUNGGA wise, sagacious

SUMALA a small bag

SUMALTU an Ethiopian marsupial

SUMAMBI (-ka) to spread out (of vapors and mist)

SUMAN vapors, mist

SUMARHAN pagoda--the same as subargan

SUMARI ALIN see sumiri alin

SUMARI CECIKE the name of the goat-sucker in Szechuan; cf. simari cecike

SUMBI (1) (-he) 1. to take off, to remove 2. to shed (horns, of a deer) 3. to untie, to unhitch 4. to abort 5. to explain, to annotate

SOME ALAMBI to report giving an explanation

SOME BODOMBI to compute for report

SOME BODORO BOO Expenditure Section, BH 425

SUME EFULERE KUNGGERI accounting department of the Court of Colonial Affairs

SUMBI (2) (-ngke, -mpi) 1. to freeze, to congeal 2. to whirl

SUMBULJAMBI to be soft (of wet ground)

SUMBUR SAMBAR SEME ragged, tattered

SUMBUR SEME the same as surnbur sambar same

SUMBURŠAMBI to be in disarray (of troops)

SUMIRI ALIN Mount Sumeru (Buddhist)

SUMPA 1. having gray hair at the temples, graying 2. the name of a small plant that resembles artemisia

SUMPA MACA wild leek

SUMPANAMBI to turn gray at the temples

SUMU see jukden

SUMUSU rice broth with a few kernels of rice left in it

SUN milk

SUN I CAI tea mixed with milk

SUN NIMENGGI butter

SUN SAMBI to milk

SUNA a leather leash for a dog; cf. sūna

SUNDALABUMBI caus. of sundalambi

SUNDALAMBI 1. to ride double on a horse 2. to give hot pursuit, to pursue 3. to take up a matter again after it has already passed

SUNEMBI to drip down, to fall (of rain), to condense (of clouds before the onset of rain)

SUNG EL the male sparrow hawk; the same as ajige hiya silmen

SUNGGADA the name of a freshwater fish with a red tail and red fins

SUNGGALI CECIKE North China nutcracker (Nucifraga caryocatactes)

SUNGGARI BIRA the Milky Way

SUNGGARI ULA the Sunggari River

SUNGGARTU USIHA the name of a star located south of the Milky Way

SUNGGELJEMBI to shake, to tremble

SUNGGELSON a red tassel that was attached to certain ancient-style hats

SUNGGEMBI to waste away, to grow skinny and pale

SUNGGILJAMBI see sunggeljembi

SUNGGIMBI see sunggembi

SUNGGINA a type of wild onion that grows in cold spots and on cliffs

SUNGGIYEN wise, enlightened

SUNGGUHE one name for the myna

SUNGKE congealed, shriveled up; cf. sumbi (2)

SUNGNIYAHA see songgiha

SUNJA five

SUNJA AKJANGGA KIRU a banner on which five symbols representing thunder appeared

SUNJA BAKTAKŪ the five organs-- liver, heart, spleen, lungs, and kidney

SUNJA BIYA the fifth month

SUNJA COLHON the five sacred mountains of China

SUNJA DOBON the five offerings that sit on the altar--an incense boat, two candlesticks, and two flower vases

SUNJA DZANG same as sunja baktakū

SUNJA ENTEHEME the five constants--humaneness, loyalty, propriety, knowledge, and trust

SUNJA FETEN the five elements-- fire, water, wood, metal, and earth

SUNJA FETEN BE BODORO HAFAN Astronomer, BH 229

SUNJA FETEN BE BODORO HAFAN I TINGGIN hall of the astronomers

SUNJA HACIN I JEKU the five grains-- rice, glutinous millet, common millet, wheat, and beans

SUNJA HACIN I OROBUHANGGE a sweet food made from dried pears, dried berries, barberry juice, cream, and honey

SUNJA HERGIN the five ordering principles--year, moon, sun, fixed stars, and planets

SUNJA IRUNGGE MAHATUN an ancient-style hat with five ridges on top

SUNJA JALAN GENGGIYESU a house slave of the fifth generation

SUNJA JILGAN the five notes of the Chinese pentatonic scale

SUNJA TUGINGGE KIRU a triangular shaped banner of the imperial escort in five colors embroidered with a cloud design

SUNJA TUHEBUKU I MAHATU a crown of ancient times that had five tassels hanging down from it

SUNJA YAMUN KUNGGERI an establishment charged with producing weapons and casting cannon for the provinces

SUNJACI fifth

SUNJACI JALAN I OMOLO a descendant of the fifth generation

SUNJANGGA pertaining to five

SUNJANGGA FAIDAN a battle rank of five men in antiquity

SUNJANGGA INENGGI the fifth day of the fifth month--the Dragon Boat Festival

SUNJANGGERT five times

SUNJARI comprised of five elements

SUNJARI ILHA an exotic flower that resembles the bloom of the pomegranate

SUNJARI SUJE satin woven in strips each consisting of five threads

SUNJATA five each

SUNJI one hundred-thousandth

SUNTA 1. a very small bag 2. a small net bag of meat tied to the waist of falconers--used for feeding falcons

SUNTAHA snowshoe, ski

SUNTALAMBI see sundalambi

SUNTAMBI see suntembi

SUNTANAMBI to be stuffed full, to be paunchy

SUNTEBUMBI caus./pass. of suntembi

SUNTEMBI to exterminate, to wipe out, to annihilate

SUNTO a measure equaling five small pecks

SUR SEME 1. sharp, fragrant, stimulating to the olfactory nerves 2. gently (of laughing)

SURE see saran

SURABUMBI caus. of surambi

SURAFU an awl with a round handle

SURAFUN see surafu

SURAHA water in which rice has been rinsed--used as pig feed

SURAKŪ a pig trough

SURAMBI 1. to rinse (rice), to wash (rice) 2. to hawk goods in a loud voice

SURAN 1. water in which rice has been rinsed 2. flea

SURBEJEN the cutting edge of a knife or arrowhead

SURBU a cord for holding a hat on

SURE 1. wise, intelligent 2. prajna, wisdom (Buddhism) 3. chilled (of fruit)

SURE HIYAN a variety of light brown incense

SURE MAMA the goddess of smallpox

SUREKEN rather wise, intelligent

SUREMBI (1) (-he) to yell, to shout

SUREMBI (2) (-ke) to be wide awake, to wake up refreshed

SUREN wisdom, mind; cf. sure

SURENDUMBI to yell together

SURGI a smallpox pustule

SURGI WERIHE left behind smallpox pustules

SURGIN damp, humid, warm and humid

SURHO goosefoot, pigweed

SURHŪN intelligence, understanding

SURHŪN AKŪ lacking intelligence, lacking understanding, not bright

SURI silk cloth; cf. case

SURIHA withered up, dead (of trees)

SURSAN SURSAN intermittent (snow or rain)

SURSEN ORHO the name of a plant SURSERI 'Buddha's hand,' a variety of citrus fruit that has the shape of five fingers held together--Citrus medico

SURTEBUMBI caus. of surtembi

SURTEMBI to race, to run

SURTENUMBI 1. to race together, to run a race together 2. to run in all directions (of a group)

SURTENUME BAIMBI to ask for without shame, to seek shamelessly

SURU white (horse)

SURU MORIN a white horse

SURUDAI the phoenix of the west

SURUHŪN see surhūn

SURUIBI (-ke) to quiet down, to calm down

SURUMBUMBI caus. of surumbi

SUSAI fifty

SUSAI NADAN GŪSA the fifty-seven Mongolian banners of Outer Mongolia

SUSAICI fiftieth

SUSAITA fifty each

SUSAKANGGE dead thing!--an oath

SUSAMBI (-ha/-ka) to die, to perish

SUSE 1. straw, hemp stalks, paper cord, etc. that is mixed into mortar or adobe 2. crude, coarse 3. trash

SUSEDEMBI to do crudely, to make coarsely

SUSERI 1. fennel (Foeniculum vulgare) 2. coarse, worn down

SUSERI HOOŠAN coarse paper

SUSERI JIHA a worn-down copper coin

SUSERI NENDEN ILHA the name of a yellow flower with long petals that wave in the wind and resemble butterflies

SUSU 1. home, birthplace 2. desolate, bleak, barren

SUSUBUMBI 1. caus. of susumbi 2. to lay waste, to ruin

SUSUKIYEMBI to shiver from the cold

SUSULTUNGGA intelligent, highly gifted; outstanding

SUSUMBI (-ha) to become desolate, bleak

SUSUNGGIYAMBI to ruin, to lay waste

SUTHA see suntaha

SUTUHŪN CECIKE one of the names of the hoopoe; cf. indahūn cecike

SUWA the North China sika, spotted deer (Cervus nippon)

SUWA BUHŪ the same as suwa

SUWA NASIN a large brown bear (Ursus crates), especially one with a light yellow tinge

SUWABIRGAN 'yellow swallow'--the name of a bird

SUWAFINTU CECIKE Bohemian waxwing, the same as taifintu cecike

SUWAKIDUN CECIKE the name given by the people of Kiangnan to the crow-tit; cf. kidun cecike

SUWALIN CECIKE one name for the oriole; cf. aūlin cecike

SUWALIYA see suwaliyan

SUWALIYABUMBI caus./pass. of suwaliyambi

SUWALIYAGANJAMBI to mix up, to mix together

SUWALIYAHANJAMBI see suwaliyaganjambi

SUWALIYAMBI 1. to mix, to mix up, to blend together 2. to implicate, to mix up in an affair 3. to confuse, to get mixed up 4. to combine, to put together, to connect

SUWALIYAME altogether, together with, jointly, mixed together, with, all at once, including . .

SUWALIYAN mixing, mixture

SUWALIYASUN seasoning

SUWALIYASUN ACaBUMBI to add seasoning

SUWALIYATA mixed, blended

SUWALIYATAMBI to be mixed or blended

SUWAMPAN abacus; cf. bodokū

SUWAN 1. the inside of an oven-bed 2. cormorant (Pholocrocorax carbo)

SUWANDA garlic

SUWANDARA a type of wild cat with a yellow back, which in spite of its small size can catch tigers, cows, and deer

SUWANGKIYABUMBI caus. of suwangkiyambi

SUWANGKIYAMBI to graze (of cattle)

SUWANGKIYANDUMBI/SUWANGKIYANUMBI to graze together

SUWANPAN see suwampan

SUWASHA NIMAHA 'siskin fish'--so-called because in the tenth month the siskin is supposed to fly to the sea and there turn into this fish

SUWAYAKAN rather yellow, somewhat yellow

SUWAYAN 1. yellow 2. the fifth of the heaven's stems

SUWAYAN BUMBI to make an offering of 'flour pigs' (a kind of yellow cake)

SUWAYAN CECIKE the siskin

SUWAYAN CESE BOO office of census records

SUWAYAN CIBIRGAN the same as suwabirgan

SUWAYAN DANGSE BOO Genealogical Record Office of the Imperial Clan Court, BH 74

SUWAYAN ENGGE CECIKE hawfinch (Eophona personata)

SUWAYAN FAITAN a type of quail with yellow stripes over the eyes

SUWAYAN FAITANGGA CECIKE pseudo goldcrest (Phylloscopus inornatus)

SUWAYAN GARUDAI a yellow phoenix

SUWAYAN GIYAHŪN CECIKE chicken hawk

SUWAYAN GŪSAI FALGA bureau of the yellow banner

SUWAYAN GŪSAI FIYENTEN section of the yellow banner

SUWAYAN GŪSAI KUNGGERI office of the yellow banner

SUWAYAN HOŠONGGO GU a square jade tablet used during sacrifices to the earth

SUWAYAN JUGŪN the ecliptic

SUWAYAN JUŪN I HETU UNDU I DURUNGGA TETUN the name of an astronomical instrument in the observatory in Peking used for observing the discrepancies in the ecliptics of the sun, moon, and planets

SUWAYAN KILTARI a yellow pennant of the imperial escort

SUWAYAN KURINGGE GASHA a type of yellow speckled bird

SUWAYAN MEIHETU yellow eel

SUWAYAN NASINGGA KIRU a banner of the imperial escort embroidered with the figure of a bear

SUWAYAN NENDEN ILHA 'wax plum'--Chimonanthus fragrans

SUWAYAN NOTHORI Clausena Wampi

SUWAYAN OKTO medicine made from the root of Captis japonica.

SUWAYAN SENGGIRI ILHA yellow azalea

SUWAYAN SIŠARGAN golden linnet

SUWAYAN SOLOHI weasel; cf. solahi

SUWAYAN ŠERI 'the yellow springs'-- the underworld, Hades

SUWAYAN TURI soybean

SUWAYAN UHUMI yellow winding band used for wrapping the niowanggiyan uju

SUWAYAN USERI an exotic yellow fruit that resembles a small pomegranate

SUWAYAN YADANA a yellow swan

SUWAYAN YADANANGGA KIRU a banner of the escort embroidered with the figure of a yellow swan

SUWAYAN YENGGEHE a yellow parrot

SUWAYAN YENGGETU a small green parrot with a yellow neck and breast

SUWE you (plural)

SUWELEBUMBI caus. of suwelembi

SUWELEMBI 1. to search (for), to look for 2. see seolembi

SUWELEME BAICARA HAFAN an inspection officer, inspector

SUWELENDUMBI to search together

SUWELENEMBI to go to search

SUWELENJIMBI to come to search

SUWEMBE accusative form of suwe

SUWENCI ablative form of suwe

SUWENDE dative/locative form of suave

SUWENI genitive of suwe

SUWENINGGE yours

SUYA kindling

SUYAMU a reed wrapped around the iron needle of a spinning wheel

SUYEN 1. shoe or boot strings 2. water that has been filtered through ashes, water that has been filtered through the malt used for making liquor

SŪNA see sung.

SY a Buddhist temple

SYCUWAN Szechuan

ŠA 1. silk gauze, tulle; cf. cece 2. a dense forest on the north side of a mountain; cf. šuwa 3. one-billionth; cf. libu

ŠA GECUHERI silk gauze decorated with figures of dragons

ŠA JUWANGDUWAN gauze material that has gold threads worked into it

ŠA MI a Buddhist novice

ŠA MOO the common Chinese fir

ŠA MOO MAHALA official's hat

ŠA UNDURAKŪ silk gauze decorated with figures of prancing dragons

ŠAB SEME (onom.) the sound of an arrow grazing some object

ŠAB SIB SEME (onom.) the sound of many arrows being shot

ŠABAN a piece of leather with attached iron cleat that was tied to boots or shoes to assist in mountain climbing or walking on ice

ŠABARGAN GIDAMBI to cure a child's sickness by pressing a container of uncooked rice covered with a hand-kerchief against his body

ŠABI disciple, student

ŠABTUN a protective ear and cheek covering (military)

ŠABTUNGGA MAHALA a hat with ear flaps

ŠABURAMBI 1. to wait upon, to serve (a guest) 2. to take care of, to look after, to manage 3. to get sleepy; cf. amu šaburambi

ŠABURU AISIN white gold

ŠACAMBI to look in every direction, to be always looking to the side (of horses and cattle)

ŠACUN NIONGNIYAHA one name for the wild goose

ŠACUNGGA JAHŪDAI a flat-bottomed boat

ŠADA ILHA a fragrant flower that resembles the Mandala flower and is usually found in Buddhist monasteries

ŠADABUMBI caus. of šadambi

ŠADACUKA tiring

ŠADALI CECIKE the name of a small bird-- the same as the wehe yadali cecike except that it has white stripes over the eyes

ŠADAMBI to become tired, to get weary

ŠADASHŪN rather tired

ŠADU FOYO Cyperus rotundus--a sedge

ŠAGU crabapple

ŠAHASI one name for the rhinoceros

ŠAHŪKAN having a whitish cast

ŠAHŪN 1. whitish, pale, dull white 2. the eighth of the heaven's stems

ŠAHŪN GŪWASIHIYA a white crane

ŠAHŪN HORONGGO GU a round white jade tablet used during sacrifices to the moon

ŠAHŪN HURUNGGE ALHACAN NIYEHE a speckled duck with a white back

ŠAHŪN SAKSAHA a white magpie

ŠAHŪRABUMBI caus. of šahūrambi

ŠAHŪRAMBI (-ka, -pi) 1. to become cold 2. to catch cold

ŠAHŪRUKAN somewhat cold, rather cold

ŠAHŪRUN cold

ŠAHŪRUN EDUN a cold wind

ŠAHŪRUN HALHŪN BULUKAN NECIN cold, hot, warm, normal--the four temperatures of traditional medicine

ŠAHŪRUN INJEMBI to laugh sarcastically

ŠAHŪRUN SILENGGI 'cold dew'--one of the twenty-four divisions of the solar year falling on October eighth or ninth

ŠAHŪRUN ŠERI a cold spring

ŠAJILAMBI to prohibit, to forbid

ŠAJILAN 1. birch wood 2. the name of a green worm with a hornlike protuberance on its head

ŠAJILAN I SIRDAN an arrow made from birch wood

ŠAJIN 1. prohibition, law 2. religion, dharma

ŠAJIN I MUHEREN the wheel of the Law--samsara

ŠAJIN YOO a red eruption on the skin that resembles a small strawberry

ŠAJINGGA pertaining to prohibition, religious

ŠAJINGGA AHŪN brother in a Buddhist or Taoist monastery

ŠAJINGGA BELHESI see beihesi

ŠAJINGGA DEO a young brother in a monastery

ŠAJINGGA GASHA the Buddha bird, so called because its call resembles the word mito (Amitabha)




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