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Ai-ren allusion army auxiliary numeral applied Baku Buddhist Buddhist term chiefly clan colloquial daimio decay depreciatory sense duties Emperor evil expres expression feudal system followed by tari Gai-jin Go-on Haku Han-jo hatamoto Hei-ko hito Ho-sho humble I-ken I-ki iehi ik-kio Imperial Is-sho Japanese language Ji-sei Jin-shin Jo-shi Kan-on kind koto land language letter literally manner matter meaning ment military mono nashi obscure official one,—an auxiliary numeral one's mind oneself original person phrase pression provinces of Japan PUku rank samurai secret serareru shew Shinto Shinto shrine shite Shogun sion soro speaker or writer Sumpu superior suru tari and taru temple term applied term of formal things tion tism Tokugawa Shoguns tranquil troops words writing written
Page 135 - ... general. Forthwith he proceeded northwards to Koshi. Before this time, Afumi had sent picked troops to make a sudden incursion to the village of Tamakurabe, so Koma, Idzumo no Omi, was sent to attack them and drive them off. 1 As the prompt result of Wofukehi's brilliant exploit. • Gunkan, a term applied to military officers of high rank and experience whose duty it was to watch closely the behaviour of the troops in battle. Gubbins.
Page xii - f "( inferior lose, ) ( the fittest. *i 5. The Japanese do not pronounce Chinese in a manner which would be intelligible to any Chinaman. They have two standards of pronunciation, both of them corruptions of the Chinese pronunciation of over a thousand years ago.
Page 72 - Dai-iutn | %j£, sum, to pay a visit to a temple or shrine on behalf of another.
Page 7 - Bai-ja | fj|, suru, to ride, either on horseback or in a carriage, in company with others...
Page 20 - Bi-man | j$j, suru, to be quite full ; to be full to the limit of over-flowing (of a river) ; to be abundant.
Page 101 - T<>iii-iğukii liil.ii-H t.ii | |J}. the rut in which a wagon has been upset ; a course which has led to failure ; fukii-tctsu wofnmtt, to follow a course which has proved fatal to others.
Page 229 - Ho-bi | fl|, sum, to supplement provision which has been already made ; to perfect arrangements already made to meet an emergency; liu-bi no lid additional troops enrolled to meet a contingency.
Page 157 - Hakn-rokn | (1$. a small salary allowance or pension (received from the Government or by a retainer from the daimio of his clan) ; also used in a depreciatory sense of oneself.