yao

Chinese word for 'ware'.

Yao

A people living in southern China, North Vietnam, northern Laos, Thailand, and Myanmar (Burma), and numbering about 4 million (1984). The Yao language may belong to either the Sino-Tibetan or the...
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Yao

A people living in southern China, North Vietnam, northern Laos, Thailand, and Myanmar (Burma), and numbering about 4 million (1984). The Yao language may belong to either the Sino-Tibetan or the Thai language family. The Yao incorporate elements of ancestor worship in their animist religion. The Yao are generally hill-dwelling farmers prac...
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Yao

city, saka fu (urban prefecture), Honshu, Japan, on the Nagase River. The city is situated on mountain slopes and a plain in Kong-Ikoma ...
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Yao

in Chinese mythology, a legendary emperor (c. 24th century ) of the golden age of antiquity, exalted by Confucius as an inspiration and perennial ... [1 related articles]
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Yao

The Yao are a people living in south China, north Vietnam, north Laos, Thailand, and Myanmar (Burma), and numbering about 4 million. The Yao language may belong to either the Sino-Tibetan or the Thai language family. The Yao incorporate elements of ancestor worship in their animist religion. The
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Yao

various Bantu-speaking peoples inhabiting southernmost Tanzania, the region between the Rovuma and Lugenda rivers in Mozambique, and the southern ... [5 related articles]
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