Yin

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

yin

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

see genders.
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Yin

Yin noun A Chinese weight of 2⅔ 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

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

Y In is a Chinese girl name. The meaning of the name is `Silver Chime` Where is it used? The name Y In is mainly used In Chinese. The name Y In doesn`t appear In the US top 1000 most common names over de last 128 years. The name Y In seems to be unique!
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Yin

[disambiguation] This category is for custom and concept automobiles from the Lamborghini marque. ...
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Yin

Yin, dynasty of China: see Shang.
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Yin

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

one
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Yin

[Ten Kingdoms] The Yin ({zh|c=殷|p=Yīn}) was a short-lived kingdom during China’s Five Dynasties and Ten Kingdoms period which lasted from 907 to 960 and bridged the time between the fall of the Tang Dynasty and the foundation of the Song Dynasty. ==Rebellion from Min== The Min kingdom was founded in 909 after the Tang Dynasty collapsed...
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Yin

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