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Ming (明) is a common personal name among Chinese people, Vietnamese people, and Korean people. In pinyin, it is written Míng, in romanized Vietnamese, it is written as Minh, and in Korean it is pronounced Myeong. Directly translated as `enlightenment`, the Chinese character is a conjunction of the words sun (日) and moon (月), representing .....
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(from the article `Taoism`) What Lao-tzu calls the `permanent Tao` in reality is nameless. The name (ming) in ancient Chinese thought implied an evaluation assigning an object ...
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[n] - the imperial dynasty of China from 1368 to 1644
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Ming dynasty noun the imperial dynasty of China from 1368 to 1644
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[typefaces] Ming or Song is a category of typefaces used to display Chinese characters, which are used in the Chinese, Japanese, and Korean languages. They are currently the most common style of type in print for Chinese and Japanese. == Name == The names Song (or Sung) and Ming correspond to the Song Dynasty when a distinctive printed styl...
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Fate; Destiny; the Decree of Heaven. The Confucians and Neo-Confucians are unanimous in saying that the fate and the nature (hsing) of man and things are two aspects of the same thing. Fate is what Heaven imparts; and the nature is what man and things received from Heaven. For example, 'whether a piece of wood is crooked or straight is due to its ....
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Ming (ming) , dynasty of China that ruled from 1368 to 1644. The first Ming emperor, Chu Yüan-chang (ruled 1368–98), a former Buddhist monk, joined a rebellion in progress, gained control of it, overthrew the Mongol Yüan dynasty, and unified all of China proper. He set up a strong, c...
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Ming is London criminal slang for the police.
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Ming is the name of the Chinese dynasty which ruled from 1368 to 1644.
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Name, or 'that which designates a thing.' This includes 'designations of things and their qualities,' 'those referring to fame and disrepute,' and 'such descriptive appellations as 'intelligence' and 'stupidity' and 'love' and 'hate.' ' 'Names are made in order to denote actualities so as to make evident the honorable and the humble and to distingu...
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