Chinese symbols/words listed alphabetically

subordinate to

Chinese text:

The meanings in Chinese:

subordinate to, be under

belong or attach to

a person in servitude

clerical style (Li-Book)
of Chinese calligraphy

The clerical script, traditional Chinese 隸書 is an
archaic style of Chinese calligraphy which evolved in
the Warring States戰國 period to the Qin dynasty秦朝,
was dominant in the Han dynasty漢朝, and remained in use
through the Wei-Jin魏晉 periods. Due to its high legibility
to modern readers, it is still used for artistic flavor in
a variety of functional applications
such as headlines, signboards, and advertisements.

pronunciation: li~4

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