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Author: hotmeteor    Edition: 1    Update: 2009-08-12    Total words: 1626    Grade: 4

Edition: 1    Update: 2008-01-02    Total words: 46815    Grade:
The Kangxi Dictionary (Chinese: 康熙字典; pinyin: Kāngxī Zìdiǎn; Wade-Giles: K'ang-hsi tzu-tien) was the standard Chinese dictionary during the 18th and 19th centuries. The Kangxi Emperor of the Manchu Qing Dynasty ordered its compilation in 1710 and it was published in 1716. The dictionary is named after the Emperor's era name.

The Kangxi Dictionary editors, including Zhang Yushu (張玉書) and Chen Tingjing (陳廷敬), partly based it on two Ming Dynasty dictionaries: the 1615 Zihui (字彙 "Character Collection") by Mei Yingzuo (梅膺祚), and the 1627 Zhengzitong (正字通 "Correct Character Mastery") by Zhang Zilie (張自烈). Since the imperial edict required that the Kangxi Dictionary be compiled within five years, a number of errors were inevitable. The Daoguang Emperor established a review board and their 1831 Zidian kaozheng (字典考證 "Character Dictionary Textual Research") corrected 2,588 mistakes, mostly in quotations and citations. (Teng and Biggerstaff 1971: 130)

The supplemented dictionary contains 47,035 character entries, plus 1,995 graphic variants, giving a total of 49,030 different characters. They are grouped under the 214 radicals and arranged by the number of additional strokes in the character.

Edition: 1    Update: 2007-12-04    Total words: 203767    Grade: 4

Author: LexisNexis    Edition: 1    Update: 2008-07-20    Total words: 8079    Grade:
This is the first and only English-Chinese Hong Kong legal dictionary with references to local authorities. This dictionary which contains nearly 9000 words and phrases provides a comprehensive starting point for legal research, containing necessary hints and catchwords for further analysis through the other research tools. Legal practitioners and academics will find this work handy and useful.

Author: Lingoes Project    Edition: 1    Update: 2007-12-16    Total words: 273332    Grade:

Author: Lingoes Project    Edition: 1    Update: 2007-12-16    Total words: 284541    Grade:

Author: sounpeng    Edition: 1    Update: 2008-10-11    Total words: 5446    Grade: 4
Some professional word of Security and Finance

Author: Xu Shen    Edition: 1    Update: 2008-08-19    Total words: 9815    Grade:
《说文解字》,简称《说文》,中国汉朝许慎编著(由其子许冲献给汉安帝),是首部按部首编排的汉语字典。原书完成于100年,由其子许冲于121年献给朝廷,现已失落,但其中大量内容被汉朝以后的其他书籍引用,并有宋朝徐铉校订的版本流传至今(称为“大徐本”),宋以后的说文研究著作多是是以此为蓝本,例如清朝的段玉裁注释本。说文原书以小篆书写,逐字解释字体来源,全书共分540部首,收字9353个,另有“重文”即异体字1,163个,共10,516字,说解133,441字,为后世字书编排检查的先河。

《说文解字》的书名,许慎这样解释:“仓颉之初作书也,盖依类象形,故谓之文。其后形声相益,即谓之字。文者,物象之本;字者,言孳乳而寖多也。”

《说文解字》共15卷,其中包括序目1卷。许慎在《说文解字》中系统地阐述了汉字的造字规律——六书,形成了中国文字假借与引申的基础。

《说文解字》的体例是先列出小篆,如果古文和籀文不同,则在后面列出。然后解释这个字的本义,再结实字形与字义或字音之间的关系。《说文解字》中的部首排列是按照形体相似或者意义相近的原则排列的。

《说文解字》开创了部首检字的先河,后世的字典大多采用这个方式。段玉裁称这部书“此前古未有之书,许君之所独创”。

历代对于《说文解字》都有许多学者研究,清朝时研究最为兴盛。段玉裁的《说文解字注》、朱骏声的《说文通训定声》、桂馥的《说文解字义证》、王筠的《说文句读》尤备推崇,四人也获尊称为“说文四大家”。

说文对于文字学贡献,在于网罗当时许多的小篆、籀文、古文等古代文字,着眼于本形本义,保存当时的文字说解,不仅为第一部文字学巨著,事实上两千多年来的文字学便是说文之学。

Author: Lu Ming-Tse    Edition: 1    Update: 2008-09-21    Total words: 380    Grade: 4
百家姓的常见越中-中越翻译对照

Author: Russkiy Yazyk – Media    Edition: 1    Update: 2009-10-09    Total words: 27660    Grade:
The Dictionary includes 4,100 most commonly used hieroglyphs and over 26,000 words and word combinations. The author believes that this Dictionary will answer the needs of students studying Chinese at university level, as well as enabling its users to read Chinese newspapers and magazines with only very occasional look-ups in larger dictionaries. It can also be used as a reference book on Chinese spelling and pronunciation, and serve as a source of linguistic material for textbooks.
The Dictionary is intended for Chinese students, teachers, and sinologists.

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