San Tzu Ching/Appendix 2

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San Tzu Ching by Wang Yinglin, translated by Herbert Allen Giles
Appendix 2

APPENDIX II.


[These two lines occur in some editions.]


160A.

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\right\}\, } It discusses hidden springs of action,
Tao4 yüan1 yüan2
Speak abyss source

Tao see line 7.

Yüan is composed of 水 shui water as radical, with an obsolete word said to be a picture of water eddying along the banks of a river.

Yüan is composed of water as radical, with 原 yüan origin as phonetic.


160B.

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\right\}\, } and deals with ceremonial and man's duty to his neighbour.
Hsi2 li3 i4
Practise ceremonial duty


Hsi see line 4.

Li see line 32.

I see line 14.