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ŠU I TEMGETU a private seal

ŠU ILHA lotus (Nelumbo nucifera)

ŠU ILHAI DA lotus root (edible)

ŠU ILHAI HITHA seed pod of a lotus

ŠU ILHAI OMO lotus pond

ŠU IMIYAHA TANGGIN the name of a two-storied hall in the Examination Halls

ŠU JAMURI ILHA a type of hedgerose that resembles the lotus

ŠU TACIN cultured ways or habits, culture, education

ŠU YANGSANGGA well-ordered and beautiful

ŠU YANGSE elegant, comely

ŠU YANGSE GEMUN HECEN DE WESIHUN OJORO MUDAN musical composition played while the emperor attended a banquet for the Hanlin academy

ŠU ZIN beautiful woman

ŠUBAN petty clerk, scribe

ŠUBASA plural of šuban

ŠUBEREMBI see siberembi

ŠUBUREMBI (-ke) 1. to wilt in the sun 2. to go bad (of a horse's hoof)

ŠUBURI timid, retiring

ŠUBURŠEMBI 1. to be timid, to fear to put oneself forward, to be shrinking, to be docile 2. to be solicitous about children

ŠUCERI ILHA an exotic purple flower that blooms in the fourth month

ŠUCI one who pretends to know what he in fact doesn't

ŠUCILEMBI to pretend to know something that in fact one doesn't, to feign knowledge

ŠUDACAN YALI pieces of meat and fat roasted together on a skewer

ŠUDANGGA COKO one name for the chicken

ŠUDEHEN see sidehun

ŠUDEMBI to slander, to calumniate

ŠUDESI a scribe, a secretary, a clerk

ŠUDESI BE BAICARA KUNGGERI section of clerks in the Board of Civil Appointments

ŠUDESI BE KADALARA KUNGGERI section in charge of clerks in the Boards of Civil Appointments, Works, and War

ŠUDESI ORON I KUNGGERI section of clerks in the Board of Works

ŠUDU 1. fodder bean 2. see šudun

ŠUDU ERIKU broom

ŠUDUBUMBI caus./pass. of šudumbi

ŠUDUKŪ a weeding hoe

ŠUDUMBI (-ha) 1. to shovel 2. to scrape smooth, to level off 3. to scratch, to abrade 4. to weed

ŠUDURE JAHŪDAI a boat used for carrying off sludge from dredging

ŠUDUN scraping, shoveling

ŠUDUN I WEIHE the front teeth

ŠUDURAN ILHA a small exotic yellow flower that blooms at the end of spring

ŠUDZ Deputy Supervisor of Instruction, BH 929

ŠUFA 1. handkerchief (sometimes with a fringe on two sides) 2. in the older language, šufa meant head covering, turban; cf. šufari, šufatu

ŠUFABUMBI caus./pass. of šufambi

ŠUFAMBI 1. to bite, to sting (of insects) 2. to take an equal portion, to take an equal share, to put in an equal share

ŠUFAN wrinkle, crease, fold

ŠUFAN JAFAMBI to get creased, to get wrinkled

ŠUFANAMBI to crease, to fold, to be wrinkled

ŠUFANGGA SALU a full beard

ŠUFARI a head wrapping used by women

ŠUFASU a hairnet worn under a hat (ancient style)

ŠUFATU a cloth head covering, a turban

ŠUFIN flour made from lotus root

ŠUFUR SEME (onom.) hissing, whizzing

ŠUFURŠEMBI see fusur seme

ŠUFUYEN see šofoyon

ŠUGI fluid, clear juice, clear discharge, vital fluid of the body, extract

ŠUGILEBUMBI caus. of šugilembi

ŠUGILEMBI to apply lacquer

ŠUGIN 1. (liquid) lacquer, paint 2. hand towel

ŠUGIN DOSIMBUHA ILETU KIYOO a goldlacquered open sedan chair

ŠUGIN MOO the lacquer tree--Rhus vernicifera

ŠUGINGGE HASI a variety of wild persimmon

ŠUGIRI HIYAN the tree Pistacia lentisens from which a type of pseudolacquer is made

ŠUGURI see šuhuri

ŠUHI see šugi

ŠUHUDU 1. a variety of pink hawthorn 2. a variety of dalbergia

ŠUHURI buckwheat husks

ŠUHURI SIHAMBI to lose a scab (of one who has smallpox)

ŠUI GIOI CUWAN a flat barge used for hauling goods

ŠUI JING crystal

ŠUIJIN crystal

ŠUJIN one name for the peacock; cf. tojin

ŠUKDUN see siden

ŠUKIBUMBI caus. of šukimbi

ŠUKILABUMBI caus. of šukilambi

ŠUKILAMBI 1. to beat with the fist 2. to strike with the horns (cows, sheep, etc.), to knock against, to butt

ŠUKIMBI (-he) to bring to a bad end, to ensnare, to harm

ŠUKIŠAMBI 1. to strike at random with the fists, to strike one another with the fists 2. to butt repeatedly 3. to butt one another

ŠUKŠUHUN the same as šokšohon

ŠUKUMBI to sit with the legs stretched out

ŠUKUN the two notches on the end of a bow

ŠULA 1. juice (of fruit) 2. pus, discharge

ŠULABURU YENGGUHE a type of parrot with a red head and reddish brown shoulders and breast

ŠULDERI TUBIHE a figlike fruit that ripens in the fifth month and tastes like a sweet chestnut

ŠULEBUMBI caus. of šulembi

ŠULEHELEMBI to gather, to collect (taxes)

ŠULEHEN collection, taxation

ŠULEMBI 1. to collect (taxes) 2. see eolembi

ŠULER see šošon

ŠULGE see šulhe

ŠULHE pear

ŠULHE I BELGE a pear core

ŠULHERI an exotic pearlike fruit of yellow color having a somewhat sour taste

ŠULHUMBI to escape from a net

ŠULHŪ a box made from willow branches used for storing clothes

ŠULIHUN 1. pointed 2. a point

ŠULIHUN ENGGEMU a saddle with a pointed bow

ŠULIHUN GŪLHA pointed boots

ŠULIHUN YORO an arrow having a five-sided bone and horn head that contains five holes

ŠULIMBI to twitter

ŠULIN CECIKE one of the names of the oriole; cf. gulin cecike

ŠULMEN rolled strips of meat

ŠULU hair on the temples

ŠULUBUMBI caus./pass. of šulumbi

ŠULUMBI to mistreat, to harass (subordinates)

ŠULUN see silun

ŠUMA see šuman

ŠUMACUKA see simacuka

ŠUMAN the male sexual organs of livestock

ŠUMBI (-ngke, -mpi) to be thoroughly acquainted with, to be well-versed in, to know thoroughly

ŠUMCI sunken, sunken out of sight, underwater, submerged

ŠUMCI DOSIMBI to sink out of sight

ŠUMCI GENEMBI to sink, to fall

ŠUMGA see šumgan

ŠUMGAN 1. crucible for precious metals 2. a container for gunpowder

ŠUMGAN GOCIMBI to set a small crucible containing fire over a sore spot

ŠUMGIYA GASHA one name for the spotted kingfisher; cf. cunggai

ŠUMHUN see simhun

ŠUMIKAN rather deep, somewhat deep

ŠUMILAMBI to do in a profound way, to become deep

ŠUMIN deep

ŠUMIN MICIHIYAN deep and shallow, depth

ŠUMPULU powerless, without support

ŠUN 1. sun 2. day

ŠUN BE AITUBUMBI to pray for deliverance from harm during a solar eclipse (a Chinese rite)

ŠUN BE JEMBI there is an eclipse of the sun

ŠUN BE TUWARA KEMNEKU the name of a gnomon in the Peking observatory

ŠUN BUNCUHŪN the sunlight is weak

ŠUN DABSIHA the sun is on the (western) horizon

ŠUN DALIKŪ a (ceremonial) parasol

ŠUN DALIKŪ I FIYENTEN Fan Section (of the Equipage Department)

ŠUN DEKDEKE the sun has risen

ŠUN DEKDERE ERGI the east

ŠUN DOSIKA the sun has set

ŠUN DOSITALA all day (until the sun sets)

ŠUN DULIMBA ABKA DE ELDERE MUDAN a piece of music performed during banquets for meritorious generals and officials

ŠUN HALANGGA 'of the sun clan'-- epithet of the Buddha

ŠUN HELMEN TUWARA TANGGIN hall of the gnomon near the observatory

ŠUN HŪCIHINGGA related to the sun--epithet of the Buddha

ŠUN IBKAKA the days have become shorter (after midsummer)

ŠUN I KEMUN a sundial

ŠUN I KIRU a blue banner of the imperial escort embroidered with a representation of the sun

ŠUN JEMBI to have an eclipse of the sun

ŠUN KELFIKE the sun has begun to decline

ŠUN KŪWARAHA the sun has a ring around it

ŠUN MUKDEHUN altar to the sun

ŠUN MUKDEKE the sun came up

ŠUN NIYANCAMBI the sun shines warmly

ŠUN SANGKA the days have lengthened (after midwinter)

ŠUN SIDARAKA see dun. sangka

ŠUN SIMEN power or influence of the sun

ŠUN ŠANGGA 'the sun is eared'--i.e., the sun has a rainbow near it

ŠUN TOB directly opposite the sun.--the south

ŠUN TUCIKE the sun came out

ŠUN TUHEKE the sun set

SUN TUHERE ERGI the west

ŠUN TUHETELE all day--until the sun sets

ŠUN URHUHE the sun is about to set, the sun is low on the horizon

ŠUNEMBI to go wild, to become overgrown (with weeds)

ŠUNG ŠANG (onom.) the sound of the breathing of a sleeping person

ŠUNGGA HIYAN a fragrance made of osmanthus

ŠUNGGA ILHA osmanthus, a fragrant small white flower

ŠUNGGACI ILHA spring osmanthus--an osmanthuslike flower that blooms in the third month

ŠUNGGAYA see šunggayan

ŠUNGGAYAN tall and slender, lank

ŠUNGGE 1. learned, educated, enlightened, wise 2. fine-grained

ŠUNGGE MOO a type of tree that grows in the mountains and produces a fine-grained, shiny, yellow wood

ŠUNGGE TUBIHE an exotic fruit that tastes like lotus seed--one pod contains many kernels

ŠUNGGERI elegant, fine, graceful, in good taste

ŠUNGGIDEI one name for the golden pheasant; cf. junggiri coko

ŠUNGGIN GASHA one name for the silver pheasant (Lophura nycthemera); cf. be hiyan

ŠUNGGIYA exemplary, fine, in good taste

ŠUNGGIYADA ILHA narcissus

ŠUNGGIYAMBI to throw all about

ŠUNGKE 1. perfect participle of šumbi 2. enlightened, knowledgeable, well-versed; cf. šungge

ŠUNGKECI ILHA a very fragrant jasmine-like flower of Szechuan

ŠUNGKEN enlightenment, education, refinement

ŠUNGKENEMBI to be enlightened, to be well-versed

ŠUNGKERI refined, elegant

ŠUNGKERI GŪWARA one name for the eared owl; cf. fu gūwara

ŠUNGKERI HIYAN Eupatorium Chinense

ŠUNGKERI ILHA Chinese orchid (Cym-bidium virens)

ŠUNGKON see longkon

ŠUNGKU the depression just below the lips on a man's face

ŠUNGKUBUMBI caus./pass. of šungkumbi

ŠUNGKULU the beard that grows below the lips

ŠUNGKUMBI (-he) to get dented, to form a depression

ŠUNGKUTU having deep-set eyes, having cavernous eyes

ŠUNGŠUN ŠANGŠAN speaking through the nose, having a strong nasal quality to one's speech

ŠUNTUHULE all day, until the sun goes down

ŠUNTUHUNI the same as šuntuhule

ŠUO see šuwe

ŠURDEBUKU windlass

ŠURDEBUMBI caus./pass. of šurdembi

ŠURDEBURE TATAKŪ a large water wheel used for bringing water from a low place to a higher place

ŠURDEHEN circumference, circuit, circular course

ŠURDEHEN CINCILAN I USIHA BE ACABURE DURUNGGA TETUN an armillary sphere of the Peking observatory

ŠURDEJEN see abkai šurdejen usiha

ŠURDEKU 1. circumference 2. ring, circle 3. axle, axis, pivot 4. vortex 5. a ring attached to the feet of falcons to keep the foot fetters from getting knotted 6. ring clasp on a belt

ŠURDEKU MUKE a whirlpool, vortex

ŠURDEMBI to go around, to rotate, to encompass, to wind around, to spin

ŠURDEME (postpostion) around

ŠURDERE DANGSE I BA control office for coinage in the Board of Finance

ŠURDERE DANGSE I BOO office in charge of making alloys of copper, tin, and zinc in the Board of Works

ŠURDERE NANGGIN a winding corridor

(in a garden or around a pavilion)

ŠURDEHE ŠUSIHE a tally passed on to a relief on some rotating function

ŠURDERE USIHA I FUKJINGGA HERGEN a style of Chinese calligraphy

ŠURDEN 1. rotation, spinning, swirling 2. a ring

ŠURDENUMBI to encompass one another, to go around one another

ŠURGA 1. snow blown by the wind 2. blowing sand

ŠURGABUMBI caus. of šurgambi

ŠURGAMBI to blow (of snow or sand in a heavy wind)

ŠURGAN a three-year-old tiger

ŠURGAN TASHA the same as šurgan

ŠURGEBUMBI caus. of šurgembi

ŠURGECEMBI to tremble all over, to shiver from cold

ŠURGEMBI to shake, to tremble

ŠURGEME DARGIMBI to shake and tremble

ŠURGEME GELEME trembling with fright

ŠURHA a two-year-old wild pig

ŠURHŪ a chick

ŠURHŪN one name for the chicken, a half-grown chicken

ŠURTEKU copper or tin forks held between the fingers when playing with the gacuha; cf. cohoto

ŠURTUKU YOO a running sore

ŠURU 1. the distance between the thumb and the index finger, a span 2. coral 3. paper strips tied to the end of a pole that were offered to the gods at the beginning of a child's studies 4. heavy (of a child's weight)

ŠURU CECIKE the 'coral bird' that resembles the myna

ŠURUBUMBI caus. of šurumbi

ŠURUBUHA SELE twisted iron nailed onto armor

ŠURUCI boatman, sailor

ŠURUKŪ 1. a punting pole 2. a lathe

ŠURUMBI 1. to spin, to peel off the skin of fruit in a spiral 2. to make on a lathe 3. to punt (a boat) 4. to cut the meat of game into strips

ŠURUN a young quail

ŠUSAI 1. Licentiate--the first literary degree, BH 629A 2. student, young scholar

ŠUSEBUKU 1. a border or horizontal strip hanging down from the top of a curtain, drapery, or parasol 2. fringe, border, edging 3. a bed-spread

ŠUSEMBI 1. to slide down, to slip down 2. to grab from underneath

ŠUSEME TATAMBI to pull out from underneath (an arrow from a quiver)

ŠUSEME WASIBUMBI to lower from a high place to a lower place

ŠUSEME WASIMBI to slide down, to lower oneself from a high place to a lower place, to shinny down a rope

ŠUSHA a tiger with five claws

ŠUSI ILHA a yellow flower resembling the iris that blooms in the summer

ŠUSIGE the same as šusihe

ŠUSIHA a whip

ŠUSIHA GUWEMBUMBI to make a whip sing

ŠUSIHALABUMBI caus. of šusihalambi

ŠUSIHALAMBI to whip, to flog, to beat with a whip

ŠUSIHANGGA USIHA the name of a constellation

ŠUSIHAŠAMBI to beat repeatedly with a whip

ŠUSIHE 1. a square piece of wood used for writing, a piece of wood with writing on it 2. a sign, voucher, attestation

ŠUSIHE BAICAMBI to check a certificate of merit (certificates given to soldiers for meritorious service)

ŠUSIHE TEMGETU BITHE imperial patent

ŠUSIHIYEBUMBI caus./pass. of šusihiyembi

ŠUSIHIYEMBI to incite others to discord, to agitate

ŠUSILABUMBI caus. of šusilambi

ŠUSILAMBI to whip, to flog

ŠUSILEBUMBI caus. of šusilembi

ŠUSILEMBI to chisel, to make holes with a chisel

ŠUSIN a chisel

ŠUSINTU a type of ancient chisel

ŠUSU provisions, supplies

ŠUSUNCAMBI to whisper, to hum

ŠUŠAN a small hoe-shaped implement for scraping the sides of pots

ŠUŠEMBI to look all over for, to rummage through, to ransack

ŠUŠU 1. purple 2. sorghum, kaoliang--Andropogon Sorghum

ŠUŠU BAIBULA the male paradise fly-catcher

ŠUŠU CALIHŪN the name of a small red bird--the 'kaoliang bird'

ŠUŠU JILHANGGA ILHA the name of an exotic purple flower that grows on a plant with long stalks and pointed leaves

ŠUŠU ORHO sorghum

ŠUŠU SOGI edible seaweed, laver, sea lettuce

ŠUŠU SUKDUNGGA USIHA the name of a constellation

ŠUŠU ŠAKŠAHA a purple-colored quail

ŠUŠU ŠAŠA (onom.) whispering, speaking softly

ŠUŠU UJUNGGA ALHACAN NIYEHE a speckled duck with a purple head

ŠUŠU YARUKŪ a lure for crayfish consisting of a rope with sorghum ears attached to it

ŠUŠUN ILHA purple bindweed

ŠUŠUNGGE KILTAN a purple pennant of the imperial escort

ŠUŠUNGGIYAMBI to whisper, to hum

ŠUŠUNIYEMBI see šušunggiyambi

ŠUŠUNJAMBI to whisper

ŠUŠURGAN ILHA the bloom of the Chinese redbud (Cercis chinensis)

ŠUŠURI the name of a sweet purple fruit

ŠUŠURI MAŠARI meticulous, fussy

ŠUTUCIN preface; cf. sioi

ŠUTUGI ILHA an exotic purple flower with five petals and long pointed leaves

ŠUTUHUTELE see šuntuhule

ŠUTUMBI to grow up gradually; cf. situmbi

ŠUTUHA FULHUN one of the six minor pipes

ŠUWA dense forest on the north side of a mountain; cf. ša

ŠUWAI FU commander

ŠUWAI SEME tall and slender, lank, long and slender

ŠUWAK (onom.) the sound of hitting with a whip

ŠUWAK SIK (onom.) the sound of several whips striking

ŠUWANG LU see šuwanglu

ŠUWANGLIO see šuwang lu

ŠUWANGLU 'double six'--a board game at which thirty-two pieces were used

ŠUWANGLULAMBI to play the game šuwanglu

ŠUWANGŠUWANGDEO see šangšangdeo

ŠUWAR (onom.) the sound of a sword being drawn from a scabbard, a snake moving rapidly, or an arrow passing through the air

ŠUWAR SIR SEME agile (in climbing trees)

ŠUWARANG SEME long and thin

ŠUWARKIYALABUMBI caus./pass. of šuwarkiyalambi

ŠUWARKIYALAMBI to beat with the heavy staff (an official punishment), the same as janglambi

ŠUWARKIYAN 1. bramble branches that were used for weaving baskets 2. a dried-up branch, twig 3. a heavy staff used for flogging

ŠUWARKIYAN UNUMBI to ask for forgiveness

ŠUWARŠAGIYAMBI see šuwarkiyalambi

ŠUWASE 1. brush 2. fringe

ŠUWASELABUMBI caus. of šuwaselambi

ŠUWASELAMBI 1. to print 2. to brush

ŠUWASELEMBI to brush

ŠUWASILEMBI see šusilembi

ŠUWE 1. direct, straight, totally 2. (with negatives) not at all, not in the least

ŠUWE HAFU thoroughly versed in, having a comprehensive knowledge of

ŠUWE UIHE BERI a bow made from one horn

ŠUWEFUN thorough realization, clear understanding

ŠUYEN 1. a hole made in the ice of a river or lake that is used for watering livestock and procuring water for household use 2. a small hole at the foot of a riverbank

ŠŪNGGE see šungge

ŠŪRGEKU reel, spool

TA SEME often, continually, uninterruptedly

TA TI SEME (onom.) the sound of a group working energetically

TAB upright, regular

TAB SEME 1. (onom.) the sound of a bowstring hitting the back of the bow 2. (onom.) the sound of water dripping 3. (jumped) right over

TAB TIB (onom.) the sound of dripping water

TABA the smooth side of a gacuha

TABARAMBI to err, to make an error, to go astray

TABCILABUMBI 1. caus./pass. of tabcilambi 2. to have the bowstring graze the hand or face when shooting

TABCILAMBI to plunder, to capture, to seize

TABCILANAMBI to go to plunder or capture

TABCILANDUMBI/TABCILANUMBI to plunder or capture together

TABCILANJIMBI to come to plunder or capture

TABCIN plunder, booty

TABSITAMBI 1. to talk foolishly, to talk too much, to prattle 2. to talk back to

TABTAŠAMBI to speak coarsely

TABUKŪ hook, hanger, hasp, catch, fastener

TABUKŪ UMIYESUN a leather belt with a fastener

TABUMBI 1. caus./pass. of tambi 2. to hook, to catch, to engage 3. to patch up, to darn 4. to attach a string to a bow, to string a bow 5. to trap, to ensnare 6. to tie up (with), to lasso 7. to trip someone (in wrestling) 8. to implicate someone, to involve someone in a conversation or lawsuit

TACIKŪI BAITA BE KADALARA HAFAN I YAMUN TABUME GOHOLOME GISUREMBI to involve someone in one's conversation

TABURE ASU the same as eyebuku asu

TABURI one ten-quintillionth

TABUSITAMBI the same as tabušambi

TABUSITARA GISUN excuse, pretext, subterfuge

TABUŠAMBI 1. to make excuses, to give a pretext 2. to mend, to sew back together

TACIBUBUMBI caus. of tacibumbi

TACIBUKŪ teacher, instructor

TACIBUKŪ HAFAN instructional officer

TACIBUMBI to teach, to instruct

TACIBURE FUNGNEHEN a document of enfeoffment for ranks below the sixth degree

TACIBURE HESE an imperial decree, an imperial instruction

TACIHIYABUMBI caus. of tacihiyambi

TACIHIYAKŪ educational institution, school

TACIHIYAMBI to instruct, to train

TACIHIYAN 1. teaching, training 2. religion

TACIHIYAN WEN teaching and culture, culture, civilization

TACIKŪ 1. school 2. learning

TACIKŪ DE ENGGELEMBI to go to the Imperial Academy of Learning to lecture on a text (said of the emperor)

TACIKU TACIHIYAKŪ schools, educational institutions

TACIKŪI BAITA BE KADALARA HAFAN Superintendent of Provincial Education, BH 827A

TACIKŪI BAITA BE KADALARA HAFAN I YAMUN Office of the Provincial Director of Education BH 827A

TACIKŪI BOO schoolhouse, school

TACIKŪI JUSE students, pupils

TACIKŪI YAMUN an office in every province in charge of the examination for the Licentiate

TACIMBI 1. to learn, to study 2. to become accustomed to, to get used to

TACIHA HAFAN the name of an official in the Hanlin Academy, Bureau of Sacrificial Worship, etc.

TACIHA HAFAN I TINGGIN the office of the above official

TACIRE URSE students

TACIMSI a student of the Imperial Academy of Learning

TACIN 1. learning, science, skill 2. religion 3. custom, habit

TACIN BE BADARAMBURE TANGGIN a third hall of the west gallery of the Imperial Academy of Learning

TACIN FONJIN learning, scholarship

TACINAMBI to go to learn

TACINDUMBI/TACINUMBI to learn together

TACINJIMBI to come to learn

TACINUN 1. custom 2. air, folk melody

TADUMBI to tear apart, to rip in two

TADURAMBI to scuffle, to fight

TADURANUMBI to scuffle together

TAFABUMBI caus. of tafambi

TAFAKŪ see tafukū

TAFAMBI (-ka/ha) to ascend, to go up

TAFAMBUMBI caus. of tafambi

TAFANAMBI to go to ascend, to go up

TAFANDUMBI/TAFANUMBI to ascend together

TAFANJIMBI to come to ascend, to come up

TAFITU a unicorn that is supposed to appear when the world is unified

TAFUKŪ steps, stages, flight of stairs

TAFUKŪ I DAIBIHAN the stone ledge on both sides of a flight of stairs

TAFULABUMBI caus./pass. of tafulambi

TAFULAMBI to advise, to counsel

TAFULAN advice, counsel

TAFUMBI the same as tafambi

TAFURŠAMBI to act vigorously, to act ferociously or vehemently

TAGIRI CECIKE one name for the goat-sucker; cf. simari cecike

TAHALABUMBI caus. of tahalambi

TAHALAMA a horseshoe

TAHALAMBI to nail on a horseshoe, to shoe (a horse)

TAHAN 1. clog, wooden shoe 2. horse-shoe 3. a stepping stone 4. a piece of wood attached to the bottom of a shoe, a wooden sole

TAHI a wild horse (Equus przewalski)

TAHŪRA shellfish, mussel, clam

TAHŪRA EFEN a meat-filled pastry made in the shape of a mussel

TAHŪRA NOTHO mussel shell, mother-of-pearl

TAHŪRANGGA FIYEN a powder made from mussel shells

TAI platform, terrace, stage

TAI TEBUMBI to erect a (signal) platform

TAI SUI ENDURI the god of misfortune

TAI ŠI see taiši

TAI TAI lady, mistress

TAIBOO Grand Guardian--an honorary title

TAIBU the main beam of a roof or a bridge

TAICANGSY I YAMUN see wecen i baita be aliha yamun

TAIDZ the Heir Apparent, BH 12

TAIDZ ŠOOBOO Junior Guardian of the Heir Apparent--an honorary title

TAIDZ ŠOOFU Junior Tutor of the Heir Apparent--an honorary title

TAIDZ šOOŠI Junior Preceptor of the Heir Apparent--an honorary title

TAIDZ TAIBOO Grand Guardian of the Heir Apparent--an honorary title

TAIDZ TAIFU Grand Tutor of the Heir Apparent-- an honorary title

TAIDZ TAIŠI Grand Preceptor of the Heir Apparent-- an honorary title

TAIDZ USIHA the first star in Ursa Minor

TAIFIN peace, tranquillity

TAIFIN YENDEBURE CALU a granary of the Board of Finance that was located in the capital

TAIFINGGA pertaining to peace, peaceful

TAIFINGGA ILHA a blossom resembling the flower of the peach that blooms in autumn

TAIFINTU CECIKE the name of a small white bird with a crest on its head, a hooked beak and a black tail that is golden at the end--Bohemian waxwing (Bombycilla garrulus)

TAIFU Grand Tutor--an honorary title

TAIGIYAN eunuch

TAIGIYASA plural of taigiyan




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