Yin

Yin is the dark, passive, negative, feminine principle in Chinese philosophy.

Yin

(from the article `Fukien`) After the fall of the T`ang, the territory of Fukien reemerged as the kingdom of Min, with its capital in Fu-chou. In the mid-10th century it was ...
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Yin

• (n.) A Chinese weight of 2/ pounds.
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yin

noun the dark negative feminine principle in Chinese dualistic cosmology; `the interaction of yin and yang maintains the harmony of the universe`
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Yin

Yin noun A Chinese weight of 2⅔ pounds.
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Yin

Female, slow, yielding, soft, dark, cold, etc
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yin

in Chinese philosophy, a universal principle which manifests itself as a female force, as body and earth.
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yin

one
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Yin

Passive, female, negative principle representing gentle, soft, internal, dark, night, Earth etc.
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yin

Scottish, meaning: The singular. See also Wan.
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Yin

see genders.
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Yin

Yin, dynasty of China: see Shang.
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