CLOAK  寒衣

HEAVY OUTER GARMENT FOR PROTECTION AGAINST RAIN AND COLD.
COATOVERCOATJACKET.CAPEPONCHOSERAPESHAWLMANTLEWRAPPELISSEBURNOOSECOPEROBECOWLDJELLABATIPPETCASSOCKCHASUBLEPALLIUMHISTORICAL CARDINAL
Kind Of

GARMENT

Old Chinese Criteria

1. By far the most common word for a cloak or fur coat is qiú 裘, but the word refers specifically to the fur coat of which the fur turned towards the outside.

2. The general term for anything worn outside ordinary outer-layer garments is biǎo 表.

3. Páo 袍 refers to a padded cloak that became current from Han times onwards.

4. Zhěn 袗 refers to a single-layer thin overcoat.

5. Xí 襲 refers to an overcoat worn on ceremonial occasions.

6. Jiǒng 絅/褧 refers to a coarse hemp overcoat.

NB: Aυ 襖 is a post-Buddhist word for a padded jacket.

Modern Chinese Criteria

冬裝

冬衣

寒衣

棉衣

皮衣

rough draft to BEGIN TO identify synonym group members for analysis, based on CL etc. 18.11.2003. CH /

BUCK 1988 A Dictionary of Selected Synonyms in the Principal Indo-European Languages 6.41

BUCK 1988 A Dictionary of Selected Synonyms in the Principal Indo-European Languages 6.43

BUCK 1988 A Dictionary of Selected Synonyms in the Principal Indo-European Languages 6.412

HUANG JINGUI 1995 古代文化詞異集類辨考 Gudai wenhua ci yi ji lei bian kao 743

BAECHTHOLD-STAEUBLI 1987 Handwörterbuch des deutschen Aberglaubens 6.1578

PILLON 1850 Handbook of Greek Synonymes, from the French of M. Alex. Pillon, Librarian of the Bibliothèque Royale , at Paris, and one of the editors of the new edition of Plaché's Dictionnaire Grec-Français, edited, with notes, by the Rev. Thomas Kerchever Arnold, M.A. Rector of Lyndon, and late fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge no.393/4

Attributions by syntactic funtion

  • n : 20
  • vi : 2
  • NP : 1

Attributions by text

  • 韓非子 : 6
  • 論語 : 5
  • 毛詩 : 3
  • 禮記 : 2
  • 春秋左傳 : 2
  • 說苑 : 1
  • 鹽鐵論 : 1
  • 戰國策 : 1
  • 荀子 : 1
  • 祖堂集 : 1

Words

   qiú OC: ɡu MC: gɨu 20 Attributions

By far the most common word for a cloak or fur coat is qiú 裘, but the word refers specifically to the fur coat of which the fur turned towards the outside.

  • nfur coat (often but not always of high quality, preferably light), the fur of which always turned outwards rather than inwards
  • viactwear a fur coat
   páo OC: buu MC: bɑu 2 Attributions

Páo 袍refers to a padded cloak that became current from Han times onwards.

  • nfrom Han times onwards: warm outer garment, often padded, could be made of silk or of hemp
褻裘   xiè qiú OC: sŋed ɡu MC: siɛt gɨu 1 Attribution
  • NPinformal coat worn at home
褧 / 絅   jiǒng OC: khʷeeŋʔ MC: kheŋ jiǒng OC: khʷeeŋʔ MC: kheŋ 0 Attributions

Jiǒng 絅/褧 refers to a coarse hemp overcoat. Jiǒng 絅/褧 refers to a coarse hemp overcoat.

       jiǒng OC: khʷeeŋʔ MC: kheŋ 0 Attributions

    Jiǒng 絅/褧 refers to a coarse hemp overcoat.

         biǎo OC: prawʔ MC: piɛu 0 Attributions

      The general term for anything worn outside ordinary outer-layer garments is biǎo 表.

           zhěn OC: kljɯnʔ MC: tɕin 0 Attributions

        Zhěn 袗 refers to a single-layer thin overcoat.

          袷 / 袷   jiá OC: kreeb MC: kɣɛp jiā OC: kroob MC: kɣɛp 0 Attributions
          • npadded garment
             zhǔ OC: k-laʔ MC: ti̯ɤ 0 Attributions
          • nHANSHU: warm clothing made of silk floss
             yǔn OC: qunʔ MC: ʔi̯un 0 Attributions
          • npadded warm garment (typically made of old floss silk, according to commentators)
             dié OC: ɡ-lɯɯb MC: dep 0 Attributions
          • nlined dress
             ǎo OC: quuɡʔ MC: ʔɑu 0 Attributions
          • nNANBEICHAO: padded (central Asian) jacket
             xí OC: zɯb MC: zip 0 Attributions

          Xí 襲 refers to an overcoat worn on ceremonial occasions.

               jiǎn OC: keenʔ MC: ken 0 Attributions
            • nZUO: padded warm overcoat made of new floss silk, according to commentators
            狐裘   hú qiú OC: ɡʷaa ɡu MC: ɦuo̝ gɨu 0 Attributions
            • NPfox-fur coat
            褞袍   yǔn páo OC: qunʔ buu MC: ʔi̯un bɑu 0 Attributions
            • NP{N1adN2}padded overcoat

            Existing SW for

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