CURE  醫治

CONTROL ILLNESS so as to CAUSE it to CEASE to EXIST.
HEALRESTORE TO HEALTHMAKE WELL/BETTERARCHAIC CLEANSE
Antonymy

INJURE

See also

ILLNESS

Kind Of

CONTROL

Old Chinese Criteria

1. The general-use current word for curing patients of illnesses is zhì/chí 治.

2. Chōu 瘳 refers to a cure taking effect, and this word is often used in nominalised ways.

3. The result of successful therapy is standardly yù 愈 / 瘉, yǐ 已.

4. Chú 除 refers to getting rid of the disease.

5. Gōng 攻 is the standard word describing an attempt at curing a disease.

6. Jiǔ 灸 is a specific ancient medical technique, that of cauterisation.

7. Tán 彈 is to prick open with a needle.

8. Zhēn 針 / 鍼 is needle therapy which is not necessarily to be identified with anything like acupuncture as we know it today.

9. Yī 醫 focusses on the professional aspect of medical treatment as depending on trained specialisation.

Modern Chinese Criteria

醫治

治病

看病

醫療

治療

診療

診治

臨床

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 4.86

DOEDERLEIN 1840 Lateinische Synonyme und Etymologien

HEAL

meder refers to healing as the act of the physician who heals with humane sympathy, judgment, and art.

medicari is poetical for mederi.

curare refers to caring for someone properly so as to heal him.

sanare refers to the effect of drugs or other forms of well-defined treatgment.

DUFOUR 1910 Traite elementaire des synonymes grecques 100

DUFOUR 1910 Traite elementaire des synonymes grecques 172

MENGE Lateinische Synonymik 93

RITTER 1971-2007 Historisches Woerterbuch der Philosophie 10.1164

THERAPIE; THERAPEUTIK

SCHMIDT 1889 Handbuch der lateinischen und griechischen Synonymik 81

GIRARD 1769 SYNONYMES FRANÇOIS, LEURS DIFFÉRENTES SIGNIFICATIONS, ET LE CHOIX QU'IL EN FAUT FAIRE Pour parler avec justesse 1.424.381

CURE.GUERISON

HONG CHENGYU 2009 古漢語常用詞同義詞詞典 498

Attributions by syntactic funtion

  • vtoN : 50
  • nab : 6
  • n : 6
  • vt(oN) : 2
  • NPab : 2
  • VPtoN : 1
  • vt[oN] : 1
  • VPt(oN) : 1
  • VPi : 1
  • VPt[oN] : 1

Attributions by text

  • 百喻經 : 11
  • 韓非子 : 11
  • 莊子 : 8
  • 春秋左傳 : 6
  • 韓詩外傳 : 6
  • 呂氏春秋 : 4
  • 論衡 : 3
  • 孟子 : 3
  • 史記 : 3
  • 墨子 : 2
  • 說苑 : 2
  • 新論-漢-桓譚 : 2
  • 劉義慶世說新語 : 1
  • 禮記 : 1
  • 鹽鐵論 : 1
  • 山海經 : 1
  • 臨濟錄 : 1
  • 毛詩 : 1
  • 淮南子 : 1
  • 黃帝內經 : 1
  • 祖堂集 : 1
  • 尚書 : 1

Words

   chí OC: rlɯ MC: ɖɨ 14 Attributions

The general-use current word for curing patients of illnesses is zhì/chí 治 .

  • vtoNto treat a disease; to treat a disease effectively
  • vtoNconativetreat (disease)
  • vtoNpassivebe cured
  • vtoNreflexive.自cure [oneself]
   chōu OC: kh-ru MC: ʈhɨu 11 Attributions

Chōu 瘳 refers to a cure taking effect, and this word is often used in nominalised ways.

  • ncure
  • vtoNcure quickly
  • vtoNmiddle voicebe cured; have become better
   yù OC: loʔ MC: ji̯o 9 Attributions

The result of successful therapy is standardly yù 愈/瘉, yǐ 已 "cure" and chú 除 "the getting rid of the disease".

  • vtoNcure
  • vtoNmiddle voiceget better, get cured
  • vtoNderived"cure" a state of need (like hunger etc)
   yī OC: qɯ MC: ʔɨ 7 Attributions
  • nabactmedical treatment; medical practice
  • nabdispositionmedical skill, medical knowledge
  • vtoNrare, ZHOULI, mostly post-Han: give medical treatment
   gōng OC: kuuŋ MC: kuo̝ŋ 4 Attributions

Gōng 攻 is the standard word describing an attempt at curing a disease.

  • vtoNtry to deal with effectively, attack (a disease or a weak point)
  • vt(oN)cure the contextually determinate N
差 / 瘥   chài OC: skhreels MC: ʈʂhɣɛ chài OC: skhreels MC: ʈʂhɣɛ 3 Attributions
  • vt(oN)get the contextually determined condition N cured
  • vtoNmiddle voicebe cured
   yǐ OC: k-lɯʔ MC: jɨ 3 Attributions

The result of successful therapy is standardly yù 愈/瘉, yǐ 已 "cure" and chú 除 "the getting rid of the disease".

  • vtoNcure
  • vtoNpassivebe cured
   tán OC: daan MC: dɑn 3 Attributions

Tán 彈 is to prick open with a needle.

  • vtoNprick open with a needle; apply moxibustion; treat disease with stone needles
  • vtoNreflexive.自apply moxibustion to (oneself)
   jiǔ OC: klɯʔ MC: kɨu 3 Attributions

Jiǔ 灸 is a specific ancient medical technique, that of cauterisation.

  • vt[oN]apply moxibustion, cauterise
  • vtoNapply moxibustion to, cauterise
   wéi OC: ɢʷal MC: ɦiɛ 3 Attributions
  • vtoNpassivebe cured 不可為 "nothing can be done about it"
   liáo OC: ɡ-rews MC: liɛu 2 Attributions
  • vtoNQIANFULUN: cure, heal (particularly through the use of drugs)
  • vtoNfigurative"cure"
  • vtoNpassivebe cured
   yào OC: k-lawɡ MC: ji̯ɐk 2 Attributions
  • vtoNcure with medicine
  • vtoNpassivebe cured
醫藥   yī yào OC: qɯ k-lawɡ MC: ʔɨ ji̯ɐk 2 Attributions
  • NPabconceptmedicine
   yǎng OC: laŋʔ MC: ji̯ɐŋ 1 Attribution
  • vtoNnurse back to health
把針   bǎ zhēn OC: praaʔ kjum MC: pɣɛ tɕim 1 Attribution
  • VPt[oN]take the needle > apply acupuncture
病愈   bìng yù OC: bɢraŋs loʔ MC: bɣaŋ ji̯o 1 Attribution
  • VPichangeget better
療治   liáo zhì OC: ɡ-rews rlils MC: liɛu ɖi 1 Attribution
  • VPt(oN)cure the contextually determinate N
除治   chú zhì OC: rla rlɯs MC: ɖi̯ɤ ɖɨ 1 Attribution
  • VPtoNremove or cure
   quán OC: skhon MC: tshiɛn 0 Attributions
  • vtoNpassivebe cured
針 / 針 / 針   zhèn OC: kjums MC: tɕim zhēn OC: kjum MC: tɕim zhēn OC: kjum MC: tɕim 0 Attributions

Zhēn 針/鍼 is needle therapy which is not necessarily to be identified with anything like acupuncture as we know it today. Zhēn 針/鍼 is needle therapy which is not necessarily to be identified with anything like acupuncture as we know it today. Zhēn 針/鍼 is needle therapy which is not necessarily to be identified with anything like acupuncture as we know it today.

  • vtoNtreat by needle therapy
   chú OC: rla MC: ɖi̯ɤ 0 Attributions

Chú 除 refers to getting rid of the disease.

  • vtoNrid people of disases
救療   jiù liáo OC: kus ɡ-rews MC: kɨu liɛu 0 Attributions
       qǐ OC: khɯʔ MC: khɨ 0 Attributions
    • vtoN
       zhǔ OC: tjoʔ MC: tɕi̯o 0 Attributions
    • vtoNbe mainly designed to cure N

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