ARISTOCRATS OF QI  齊貴族

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Attributions by syntactic funtion

  • NPpr : 7

Attributions by text

  • 韓非子 : 3
  • 呂氏春秋 : 2
  • 春秋左傳 : 1
  • 國語 : 1

Words

慶封 / 子家 / 慶季   qìng fēng OC: khraŋs poŋ MC: khɣaŋ pi̯oŋ zǐ jiā OC: sklɯʔ kraa MC: tsɨ kɣɛ qìng jì OC: khraŋs kʷids MC: khɣaŋ ki 1 Attribution
  • NPprStandard Name: Qìng Fēng 慶封 (Died 538)Personal Name: Zǐ Jiā 子家 Alternative Name: Qìng Jì 慶季 A person of some status in Qi, contemporary with King Líng of Chǔ (reigned 540 - 529).
鮑叔   bào shū MC: baewX syuwk OC: bruuʔ qhljɯwɡ 1 Attribution
  • NPprBào Shūyá 鮑叔牙 (fl. 686-685), also referred to as Bao Shu 鮑叔was an admirer and a friend [HNZ 12.28a] of >Guan Zhong 管仲, and he made the selfless recommendation in Guan Zhong’s favour to the newly appointed >Duke Huan of Qi 齊桓公. Guan Zhong was deeply grateful to him. Bào Shūyá figures prominently as a selflessly competent adviser in GUAN and elsewhere in the literature. HNZ 20.25b records his important contribution to the rise of Duke Huan to political hegemony. [ZUO Zhuang 8 and 9; Zhao 13; XUN 21; GUAN passim.]
鮑文子   bào wén zǐ MC: baewX mjun tsiX OC: bruuʔ mɯn sklɯʔ 1 Attribution
  • NPprBào Wénzĭ 鮑文子 (fl. 528-501) appears to have been a descendant of >Bao Shuya 鮑叔牙 and is on record as a dignitary qualified to remonstrate on matters of state in the state of Qi. [ZUO Zhao 14 and 25, Ding 9; SY 17.28]
賓胥無   賓 xū wú MC: -- sjo mju OC: -- sqa ma 1 Attribution
  • NPprBīn Xūwú 賓胥無 (7th century) was a tailor in the court of >Duke Huan of Qi 齊桓公, mentioned in HF 37. GUAN 18.1 has him - together with >Xi Peng 隰朋 (d. 645)- remonstrating with >Duke Huan of Qi. Throughout GUAN he is celebrated as one of the da fu 大夫 “dignitaries” (including prime minister >Guan Zhong 管仲 (d. 643)) who are taken to have been instrumental in the rise and the political success of Duke Huan of Qi. [GUAN 26, 51, 81, 83]
成驩   chéng huān MC: dzyeng xwan OC: djeŋ qhoon 1 Attribution
  • NPprChéng Huān 成驩 (early 3rd century), sometimes written 成歡, was a courtier in the state of Qi 齊, probably during the reign of >King Min of Qi 齊湣王 (323 – 284, r. 300 – 284). Chéng Huān is said to have thought the state of Qí was weak as a result of excessive kind-heartedness. He is unattested outside HF 30.26.
成歡   chéng huān MC: dzyeng xwan OC: djeŋ qhoon 1 Attribution
  • NPprChéng Huān 成驩 (early 3rd century), also written 成歡, was a courtier in the state of Qi 齊, probably during the reign of >King Min of Qi 齊湣王 (323 – 284, r. 300 – 284). Chéng Huān is said to have thought the state of Qí was weak as a result of excessive kind-heartedness. He is unattested outside HF 30.26.
公子糾   gōng zǐ jiǔ MC: kuwng tsiX kjiwX OC: klooŋ sklɯʔ kriwʔ 1 Attribution
  • NPprGōngzĭ Jiǔ 公子糾 (d. 685) was was a brother and rival of >Duke Huan of Qi 齊桓公. >Guan Zhong 管仲 (d. 643) served originally as an advisor to Prince Jiu. In 685 Duke Huan defeated Prince Jiu, who fled to the state of Lu where he was killed by the ruler of Lu. (LY14.16 and14.17 describe this as Prince Jiu being murdered by his brother Duke Huan. The story is told in some detail in GUAN 18 and GUAN 20. [ZUO Zhuang 8; LSCQ 15.6]
公孫捷 / 公孫接 / 子車 / 子淵捷   gōng sūn jié OC: klooŋ sluun sɡleb MC: kuŋ suo̝n dziɛp gōng sūn jiē OC: klooŋ sluun skeb MC: kuŋ suo̝n tsiɛp zǐ jū OC: sklɯʔ kla MC: tsɨ ki̯ɤ zǐ yuān jié OC: sklɯʔ qʷiin sɡleb MC: tsɨ ʔen dziɛp 0 Attributions
  • NPprStandard Name: Gōng Sūn Jié (Jiē) 公孫捷 ( 接 ) (Floruit between 534-516)Personal Names: Zǐ Jū 子車 and Zǐ Yuān Jié 子淵捷 Unger no. 393
陳須無 / 文子   chén xū wú OC: ɡrliŋ so ma MC: ɖin si̯o mi̯o wén zǐ OC: mɯn sklɯʔ MC: mi̯un tsɨ 0 Attributions
  • NPprStandard Name: Chén Xū Wú. Unger no. 70 (Floruit between 553-490)Canonical Name: 文子
公子無虧 / 武孟 / 無詭   gōng zǐ wú kuī OC: klooŋ sklɯʔ ma khʷral MC: kuŋ tsɨ mi̯o khiɛ wǔ mèng OC: mbaʔ mraaŋs MC: mi̯o mɣaŋ wú guǐ OC: ma krolʔ MC: mi̯o kiɛ 0 Attributions
  • NPprStandard Name: Gōng Zǐ Wú Kuī 公子無虧 (Died -642)Canonical Names: Wǔ Mèng 武孟 and Wú Guǐ 無詭 Unger no. 413
陳仲 / 陳仲子   chén zhòng OC: ɡrliŋ ɡrluŋs MC: ɖin ɖuŋ chén zhòng zǐ OC: ɡrliŋ ɡrluŋs sklɯʔ MC: ɖin ɖuŋ tsɨ 0 Attributions
  • NPprStandard Name: Chén Zhòng. Unger no. 66Also known as Chén Zhòng Zǐ 陳仲子 See Meng 3B10
隰朋   xí péng OC: sɢlɯb bɯɯŋ MC: zip bəŋ 0 Attributions
  • NPprUnger no. 607
於陵子終   wū líng zǐ zhōng OC: qaa b-rɯŋ sklɯʔ tjuŋ MC: ʔuo̝ lɨŋ tsɨ tɕuŋ 0 Attributions
  • NPprUnger no. 66

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