DRINK EXCESSIVELY MUCH LIQUOR so as to BECOME INTOXICATED.
Old Chinese Criteria
1. The clearly dominant word referring to the process drinking a large amount of alcohol on a given occasion is zuì 醉 (ant. xǐng 醒 "become sober; be sober").
2. Hān 酣 refers to tipsiness as the incipient stage of getting drunk.
3. Chéng 酲 refers to the unpleasant state of a person who has got excessively drunk and feels ill.
For dān 酖 and xù 酗 referring to a liking for alcohol, see ADDICTED
HUANG JINGUI 2006
Modern Chinese Criteria
rough draft to BEGIN TO identify synonym group members for analysis, based on CL etc. 18.11.2003. CH ／
183. Inter Ebrietatem et ebriositatem. Quod ebrietas aliquando est, ebriositas frequens temulentia vini est. De qua Apostolus ait (I Cor. VI): Neque ebriosi regnum Dei possidebunt. Pulchre autem quidam non ignobilis orator, cum ebrium e [ Al., a] somno describeret excitatum, ait: Neque dormire excitatus, nec vigilare ebrius poterat. Qua sententia 25 expressit [col. 29B] quodammodo nec mortuum eum fuisse, nec vivum.
ebrius refers positively to drunkenness as a state of inspired intoxication, elevation, exaltation.
vinolentia refers to inebriation negatively, as a state of drunken insensitivity, loss of intellectual control and loss of memory.
crapula refers objectively to the taking in of large quantities of alcohol.
ebrius as a noun refers to a person who is in a current state of drunkenness.
ebriosus refers negatively to a person who is given to excessive use of alcohol.
Attributions by syntactic funtion
Attributions by text
- 韓非子 : 15
- 呂氏春秋 : 5
- 晏子春秋 : 3
- 春秋左傳 : 3
- 說苑 : 2
- 韓詩外傳 : 2
- 莊子 : 1
- 毛詩 : 1
- 黃帝內經 : 1
- 祖堂集 : 1
- 楚辭 : 1
- 尚書 : 1
醉 zuì OC: skuds MC: tsi 18 Attributions
The clearly dominant word referring to the process drinking a large amount of alcohol on a given occasion is zuì 醉 (ant. xǐng 醒 "become sober; be sober").
- vadVfrom the state of drunkenness; in a drunken statě
- vibe drunk
- viactact so as to get drunk
- vichangeget drunk
- vigradedbe drunk 甚醉
- vtoNcausativemake (someone) drunk
酒酣 jiǔ hān OC: skluʔ ɡaam MC: tsɨu ɦɑm 8 Attributions
- VPiresultativedrink oneself tipsy; get tipsy with ale
酣 hān OC: ɡaam MC: ɦɑm 7 Attributions
Hān 酣 refers to tipsiness as the incipient stage of getting drunk.
- nabactdrunkenness; binges
- vibe tipsy, begin to be merry with drink; 2. general: be intoxicated with or deeply engaged in
- vtoNfigurativeget all tipsy with (delight etc); indulge in
- vpostadVto the point of getting tipsy, to the point of getting slightly drunk
湎 miǎn OC: menʔ MC: miɛn 1 Attribution
- vibe currently drunk
酲 chéng OC: deŋ MC: ɖiɛŋ 1 Attribution
Chéng 酲 refers to the unpleasant state of a person who has got excessively drunk and feels ill.
- vichangeget utterly drunk; be utterly drunk; be alcoholic
飲酣 yǐn hān OC: qrɯmʔ ɡaam MC: ʔim ɦɑm 1 Attribution
- VPiresultativedrink oneself tipsy; get drunk
醉寐 zuì mèi OC: skuds mids MC: tsi mi 0 Attributions
- VPiresultativeget so drunk that one falls asleep
醉臥 zuì wò OC: skuds ŋʷaals MC: tsi ŋʷɑ 0 Attributions
- VPibe so drunk as to fall asleep
Existing SW for
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