RIVERS  江河類

Individual RIVER.
Hypernym

RIVER -> WATER -> LIQUID -> SUBSTANCE -> THING -> OBJECT -> PRIME -> N/A

Old Chinese Criteria

1. NB: Hé 河 is normally a proper name of Yellow River and its tributaries. [The term Huanghe was in use since the Han times. The river flows through the following provinces Qinghai, Sichuan, Gansu, Ningxia, Inner Mongolia, Shaanxi, Shanxi, Henan, Shandong. In the northeastern part of the Shandong province, it flows into the Bohai gulf.

2. Jiāng 江 is a proper name for the Yangtse River and its tributaries. [The greatest river of China. It flows through the following provinces and areas Xizang, Sichuan, Yunnan, Hubei, Hunan, Jiangxi, Anhui, Jiangsu. Overall length 6300 km.]

3. Huái 淮 belonged to the Four Great Rivers of antiquity. It springs from the Dongbo mountains in the Henan province, and then flows through the Anhui and Jiangsu. There it flows into the Jiāng.

4. Zhè shǔi 浙水, Zhè jiāng 浙江 is an ancient name of the modern Qiántángjiāng 錢塘江. It is the greatest river of the modern Zhejiang province. It flows into the Hangzhou bay south of the city of Hangzhou. Overall length 450 km.

5. Xiāng shǔi 湘水 is the greatest river in the modern Hunan province. It springs from the western slopes of the Donghaiyang mountains [Guangxi], and then flows through the cities of Hengyang and Changsha into the Dongting lake. Overall length 817 km.

6. Mì luó shǔi 汩羅水 is the river in the northeastern part of the modern Hunan province. It springs from the Xiang mountains near the city of Ningzhou [the modern Jiangxi province]. The overall length 250 km. The poet Qu Yuan is said to commit suicide by throwing himself into this river.

7. Yuán jiāng 沅江 is the river in the western part of the modern Hunan province. It springs from the Yunwu mountains in the Guizhou, and then flows to the east into the Dongting lake. Overall length 993 km.

8. Xiāo xiāng 瀟湘 is another name for the Xiāng shǔi 湘水. The name sometimes refers to the middle part of the Xiāng shǔi, where it meets with the Xiāo shǔi 瀟水. Mentioned already in the Shanhaijing.

9. Luò shǔi 洛水 is the river in the modern Henan province. The name was originally writen like 雒, in the period of the Three kingdoms it has been changed to 洛. Its spring is located in the Luonan county in the Shaanxi province, then it flows to the East through the cities Luoning, Yiyang, and Luoyang. In the modern Gong county, it flows into the Huanghe.     

10. Hàn shǔi 漢水, Hàn jiāng 漢江 is one of the most important rivers of ancient China. It springs from the Panzhong mountains in the modern Shaanxi province, then flows through the southern part of the Shaanxi, northwestern and central Hubei, and in the Hanyang city [Wuhan] it flows into the Changjiang. Overall length of the river is 1532 km.

11. Wèi shǔi 渭水, Wèi hé 渭河 is the most important tributary of the Huanghe. Its spring is located in the Niǎoshǔ 鳥鼠 mountains [Weiyuan county, Gansu province]. The river flows to the east, into the Huanghe. Its overall length is 787 km.

12. Jīng hé 涇河 is the northern tributary of the Wèi shǔi 渭水. It has two springs - the northern, which is located in the Pingliang, and the southern, located in Huating [both counties belong to the modern Gansu province]. The river flows into the Wèi shǔi 渭水 in the modern Gaoling county [Shaanxi province]. Its overall length is 451 km.  

13. Lì zé 笠澤 is an original name of the later Sōng jiāng 松江. It springs from the Taihu lake, and flows to the east into the sea. An overall length of the river is 125 km.

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  • "Sachwoerterbuch zum Alten China" ( UNGER SACH) p.

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Attributions by syntactic funtion

  • npr : 19
  • NPpr : 4

Attributions by text

  • 韓非子 : 8
  • 祖堂集 : 4
  • 說苑 : 3
  • 荀子 : 2
  • 戰國策 : 1
  • 呂氏春秋 : 1
  • 論語 : 1
  • 春秋左傳 : 1
  • 百喻經 : 1
  • 孟子 : 1

Words

   hé OC: ɡlaal MC: ɦɑ 10 Attributions

NB: Hé 河 is normally a proper name of Yellow River and its tributaries. [The term Huanghe was in use since the Han times. The river flows through the following provinces Qinghai, Sichuan, Gansu, Ningxia, Inner Mongolia, Shaanxi, Shanxi, Henan, Shandong. In the northeastern part of the Shandong province, it flows into the Bohai gulf.

  • nprYellow River
   jiāng OC: krooŋ MC: kɣɔŋ 4 Attributions

Jiāng 江 is a proper name for the Yangtse River and its tributaries. [The greatest river of China. It flows through the following provinces and areas Xizang, Sichuan, Yunnan, Hubei, Hunan, Jiangxi, Anhui, Jiangsu. Overall length 6300 km.]

  • nprYangzi River (and its tributaries)
   pú OC: pooɡ MC: puk 1 Attribution
  • nprname of a River in Wèy
   jǐ OC: tsiilʔ MC: tsei 1 Attribution
  • nprname of a river
   luò OC: ɡ-raawɡ MC: lɑk 1 Attribution
  • nprname of a river
   luò OC: ɡ-raaɡ MC: lɑk 1 Attribution

Luò shǔi 洛水is the river in the modern Henan province. The name was originally writen like 雒, in the period of the Three kingdoms it has been changed to 洛. Its spring is located in the Luonan county in the Shaanxi province, then it flows to the East through the cities Luoning, Yiyang, and Luoyang. In the modern Gong county, it flows into the Huanghe.

  • nprRiver Luo
身毒   shēn dú OC: qhjin duuɡ MC: ɕin duok 1 Attribution
  • NPprbuddhist(BUDDH:) River Indus
尼連河   ní lián hé OC: nil b-ren ɡlaal MC: ɳi liɛn ɦɑ 1 Attribution
  • NPprbuddhistBUDDH: river in India, skr. Nāra%njana
新頭河   xīn tóu hé OC: siŋ doo ɡlaal MC: sin du ɦɑ 1 Attribution
  • NPprbuddhistBUDDH: the river of Sindhu
熙連河   xī lián hé OC: qhlɯ b-ren ɡlaal MC: hɨ liɛn ɦɑ 1 Attribution
  • NPprbuddhist(BUDDH:) skr. Hiraṇya River
   yì MC: yeH OC: leeɡs 1 Attribution
  • nprRiver YI
   yí OC: ŋɡɯl MC: ŋɨi 0 Attributions
  • nprRiver Yí
   jīng OC: keeŋ MC: keŋ 0 Attributions
  • nprgeographicname of river
   huái OC: ɡruul MC: ɦɣɛi 0 Attributions

Huái 淮belonged to the Four Great Rivers of antiquity. It springs from the Dongbo mountains in the Henan province, and then flows through the Anhui and Jiangsu. There it flows into the Jiāng.

       cāng OC: skhaaŋ MC: tshɑŋ 0 Attributions
    • nprRiver Cāng
       hàn OC: qhlaans MC: hɑn 0 Attributions

    Hàn shǔi 漢水, Hàn jiāng漢江is one of the most important rivers of ancient China. It springs from the Panzhong mountains in the modern Shaanxi province, then flows through the southern part of the Shaanxi, northwestern and central Hubei, and in the Hanyang city [Wuhan] it flows into the Changjiang. Overall length of the river is 1532 km.

    • nprRiver Han
    乾溪   gān xī OC: kaan khee MC: kɑn khei 0 Attributions
    • NP{PL}Name of a river.
    沅江   yuán jiāng OC: ŋɡon krooŋ MC: ŋi̯ɐn kɣɔŋ 0 Attributions

    Yuán jiāng 沅江is the river in the western part of the modern Hunan province. It springs from the Yunwu mountains in the Guizhou, and then flows to the east into the Dongting lake. Overall length 993 km.

      洛水   luò shuǐ OC: ɡ-raaɡ qhjulʔ MC: lɑk ɕi 0 Attributions

      Luò shǔi 洛水is the river in the modern Henan province. The name was originally writen like 雒, in the period of the Three kingdoms it has been changed to 洛. Its spring is located in the Luonan county in the Shaanxi province, then it flows to the East through the cities Luoning, Yiyang, and Luoyang. In the modern Gong county, it flows into the Huanghe.

        浙水   zhè shuǐ OC: kljed qhjulʔ MC: tɕiɛt ɕi 0 Attributions

        Zhè shǔi 浙水, Zhè jiāng 浙江is an ancient name of the modern Qiántángjiāng 錢塘江. It is the greatest river of the modern Zhejiang province. It flows into the Hangzhou bay south of the city of Hangzhou. Overall length 450 km.

          浙江   zhè jiāng OC: kljed krooŋ MC: tɕiɛt kɣɔŋ 0 Attributions

          Zhè shǔi 浙水, Zhè jiāng 浙江is an ancient name of the modern Qiántángjiāng 錢塘江. It is the greatest river of the modern Zhejiang province. It flows into the Hangzhou bay south of the city of Hangzhou. Overall length 450 km.

            涇河   jīng hé OC: keeŋ ɡlaal MC: keŋ ɦɑ 0 Attributions

            Jīng hé 涇河is the northern tributary of the Wèi shǔi 渭水. It has two springs - the northern, which is located in the Pingliang, and the southern, located in Huating [both counties belong to the modern Gansu province]. The river flows into the Wèi shǔi 渭水in the modern Gaoling county [Shaanxi province]. Its overall length is 451 km.

              湘水   xiāng shuǐ OC: sqaŋ qhjulʔ MC: si̯ɐŋ ɕi 0 Attributions

              Xiāng shǔi 湘水is the greatest river in the modern Hunan province. It springs from the western slopes of the Donghaiyang mountains [Guangxi], and then flows through the cities of Hengyang and Changsha into the Dongting lake. Overall length 817 km.

                渭水   wèi shuǐ OC: ɢuds qhjulʔ MC: ɦɨi ɕi 0 Attributions

                Wèi shǔi 渭水, Wèi hé 渭河is the most important tributary of the Huanghe. Its spring is located in the Niǎoshǔ 鳥鼠mountains [Weiyuan county, Gansu province]. The river flows to the east, into the Huanghe. Its overall length is 787 km.

                  渭河   wèi hé OC: ɢuds ɡlaal MC: ɦɨi ɦɑ 0 Attributions

                  Wèi shǔi 渭水, Wèi hé 渭河is the most important tributary of the Huanghe. Its spring is located in the Niǎoshǔ 鳥鼠mountains [Weiyuan county, Gansu province]. The river flows to the east, into the Huanghe. Its overall length is 787 km.

                    瀟水   xiāo shuǐ OC: sɯɯw qhjulʔ MC: seu ɕi 0 Attributions

                    Xiāo xiāng 瀟湘is another name for the Xiāng shǔi 湘水. The name sometimes refers to the middle part of the Xiāng shǔi, where it meets with the Xiāo shǔi 瀟水. Mentioned already in the Shanhaijing.

                      瀟湘   xiāo xiāng OC: sɯɯw sqaŋ MC: seu si̯ɐŋ 0 Attributions

                      Xiāo xiāng 瀟湘is another name for the Xiāng shǔi 湘水. The name sometimes refers to the middle part of the Xiāng shǔi, where it meets with the Xiāo shǔi 瀟水. Mentioned already in the Shanhaijing.

                        笠澤   lì zé OC: ɡ-rub ɡrlaaɡ MC: lip ɖɣɛk 0 Attributions

                        Lì zé 笠澤is an original name of the later Sōng jiāng 松江. It springs from the Taihu lake, and flows to the east into the sea. An overall length of the river is 125 km.

                          汨羅水   mì luó shuǐ OC: mleeɡ b-raal qhjulʔ MC: mek lɑ ɕi 0 Attributions

                          Mì luó shǔi 汩羅水is the river in the northeastern part of the modern Hunan province. It springs from the Xiang mountains near the city of Ningzhou [the modern Jiangxi province]. The overall length 250 km. The poet Qu Yuan is said to commit suicide by throwing himself into this river.

                               xià OC: ɡraaʔ MC: ɦɣɛ 0 Attributions
                            • nprRiver Xia 1. =River Han 漢,2.river mentioned in CHUCI.
                                MC:  OC:  0 Attributions
                            • nprRiver YI
                               háo MC: haw OC: ɡoow 0 Attributions
                            • nprHáo river

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