FEELING  感情

NATURAL REACTION IN one's MIND.
EMOTIONSENSATIONSENSECONSCIOUSNESSFEELINGSENTIMENTREACTIONRESPONSE
Antonym

PEACEFULDELIGHTFUL BECAUSE ORDERLY AND LACKING CHAOS.

Hypernym

REACTCHANGE one's THINKING OR ACTING BECAUSE one is PERCEIVING something. -> CHANGEEVENT involving two MOMENTS t1 and t2, such that a THING at the MOMENT t1 is DIFFERENT FROM that THING at the MOMENT t2. -> EVENTREALITY that ARISES in TIME. -> REALITYEXIST and NOT ONLY BE IMAGINED. -> EXISTBE-IN the UNIVERSE of SPACE AND TIME. -> BE INRELATION between a THING AND what that THING FILLS OR PART:partially FILLS. -> RELATIONFEATURE of TWO OR MORE THINGS TOGETHER. -> FEATUREABSTRACT OBJECT a THING is SAID to BE OR to HAVE. -> OBJECT[NO HYPERNYM.] WHAT one CAN NAME:refer to. -> PRIME -> N/A

See also

PERCEIVEBECOME AWARE of BECAUSE one INTERACTS WITH.AWAREBe ABLE to VOLUNTARILY:deliberately REACT to.LOVEINTENSE AND OFTEN PARTIAL DESIRE to be INTIMATE with a PERSON OR to POSSESS a THING.ATTITUDERELATION between a HUMAN who FEELS and PERCEIVED OBJECTS involving a TENDENDY to REACT.SHYENDURING FEAR of POSSIBLE NEAR FUTURE SHAME.

Hyponym
  • ANGER SUDDEN BAD FEELING (AND OFTEN the SHOWING of this FEELING) of HUMAN X towards CREATURE Y IN-RELATION-TO an ACTION by Y which X HATES.
    • HATE ENDURING ANGER AND DESIRE to HARM.
      • MISANTHROPY GENERALLY HATE ALL HUMANS AND THEIR CULTURES.
  • CONFUSED FEELING OR SITUATION of one's MIND being in CHAOS.
    • DELIGHT INTENSELY GOOD FEELING IN-RELATION-TO something NOW.*The joy of the enjoyer X over something enjoyed Y.
      • ADMIRE APPRECIATE AND DELIGHT in what one BELIEVES is MORE GOOD IN-RELATION-TO either ONESELF OR IN-RELATION-TO what is COMMON.
        • RESPECT ADMIRE as NOBLE AND SERVE POLITELY....
      • PEACEFUL DELIGHTFUL BECAUSE ORDERLY AND LACKING CHAOS.
        • LEISURE PEACEFUL BECAUSE one LACKS DUTY to WORK.
        • SAFE PEACEFUL AND NOT EASY to DAMAGE.
        • COMFORTABLE PEACEFUL:at-ease BECAUSE what one NEEDS is PREPARED:provided....
        • CATHARSIS PEACEFULNESS of MIND ACHIEVED by OBSERVING DRAMA.
        • RELAX Be PEACEFUL BECAUSE LACKING WORRY.
      • SCHADENFREUDE DELIGHT in the DISASTERS of OTHERS.
        • HAPPY COMPLETELY DELIGHTED with one's SELF:own LIFE.
          • AMUSED DELIGHTING in what TYPICALLY CAUSES one to FEEL SYMPATHY AND TO SMILE.
            • RELIEF DELIGHT in the DISAPPEARANCE of something which CAUSED BAD FEELINGS in the PAST.
              • ORGASM EXTREME SEXUAL DELIGHT.
                • HUMOUR SENSIBILITY for AND DELIGHT in WHAT IS FUNNY.
                  • PROUD DELIGHT in what one BELIEVES to be one's SELF:own EXCELLENCE.
                    • ARROGANT PROUD AND TENDING to SHOW DESPISE:contempt for OTHERS.
                    • VANITY PROUD, AND NOT HAVING CAUSE to be PROUD.
                  • PLEASURE TENUOUS DELIGHT
                  • DESIRE GOOD FEELING IN-RELATION-TO ONESELF concerning the FUTURE HAVING, CONTROLLING, or ACTING:doing SOMETHING DEFINED.
                    • SYMPATHY SOCIAL-EMOTION IN THE FORM OF DESIRE to HELP someone who is SUFFERING what is not JUST, OR who is IN DISTRESS.
                      • LENIENT SYMPATHETIC so as NOT TO BE SEVERE.
                      • SOLIDARITY GENERAL SYMPATHY, SHOWING ITSELF IN ACTION AND FEELINGS, FOR A WHOLE GROUP OF HUMANS OR A PEOPLE.
                    • EAGER INTENSE DESIRE to ACT FOR A DEFINITE AIM.
                      • DILIGENT EAGER to ACHIEVE one's TASK USING APPROPRIATE EFFORT....
                      • GREEDY EAGER to POSSESS MORE than one NEEDS.
                    • HOPE DESIRE that a FUTURE EVENT HAPPENS, OR BASIC DESIRE TO ACT in a certain NOT CERTAINLY POSSIBLE way.
                      • LOVE INTENSE AND OFTEN PARTIAL DESIRE to be INTIMATE with a PERSON OR to POSSESS a THING.
                        • ADDICTED LOVE SOMETHING INTENSELY AND INTENSELY NEED IT.  
                        • FRIENDSHIP ENDURING ACHIEVED AND NOT AUTOMATICALLY OBTAINED MUTUAL LOVE AND GENEROSITY NOT BECAUSE of SEXUAL DESIRE OR FAMILY RELATION IN-RELATION-TO a PERSON.
                        • PATRIOTISM LOVE for one's SELF:own STATE.
                        • MUTUAL LOVE MUTUAL LOVE AND CARE.FRATERNITE.
                      • INTEND DESIRE for what one BELIEVES to be a POSSIBLE:FEASIBLE FUTURE ACT by ONESELF.
                        • DARE ACT OR INTEND to ACT:do something which REQUIRES COURAGE.
                        • DELIBERATE INTENDING FREELY to ACT SAME:as one does ACT.
                        • PURPOSE INTENTION one HAS WHEN DOING something, OR INTENTION BASED ON which something is PRODUCED.
                      • LIKE DESIRE INTENSELY so as to TEND to CHOOSE.
                        • PARTIAL HABITUALLY PREFER something LACKING GOOD REASONS.
                        • PREFER LIKE MORE.
                      • UTINAM DESIRE what one KNOWS is PAST OR CLEARLY IMPOSSIBLE.
                        • MASOCHISM ENDURING DESIRE to FEEL PAIN CAUSED BY OTHERS, TYPICALLY THOSE ONE LOVES.
                          • SADISM ENDURINGLY CRUEL AND LACKING OTHER DESIRES.
                            • LUST INTENSE DESIRE which is NOT GOOD OR which is FOR NOT GOOD THINGS.
                              • INTEREST DESIRE TO LEARN MORE ABOUT.
                                • CURIOSITY INTEREST IN MANY THINGS which one FEELS DESERVE one's ATTENTION.
                            • DISSATISFIED BAD FEELING IN-RELATION-TO something that one BELIEVES is not SUFFICIENTLY GOOD OR BAD.
                              • REGRET DISSATISFIED IN-RELATION-TO one's SELF:own PAST ACTION.BECAUSE one BELIEVES them to have been WICKED.
                                • REPENT REGRET so as to FEEL SHAME AND DECIDE TO CHANGE ONE'S BEHAVIOUR.
                              • ALIENATION DISSATISFIED that one's WORK is NOT IMPORTANT IN-RELATION-TO one's PERSONAL ASPIRATIONS.
                              • DISTRESS FEELING that one's SELF:own SITUATION IS INTENSELY BAD.
                                • ANGUISH DISTRESS AND LACK of HOPE for IMPROVEMENT.
                                  • TIRED DISTRESSED BECAUSE of NEAR:recent PAST INTENSIVE EFFORT.
                                    • PAIN DISTRESS CAUSED by a BAD SITUATION in one's BODY.
                                      • SAD DISTRESS ARISING from BAD THOUGHTS NOW IN ONE'S MIND which CAUSE one to LACK DELIGHT:joy.NB: The words I have chosen to include in this group pose special problems of contrastive analysis. There is something irretrievably diffuse about their usage, in many cases, and in many others the number of relevant examples in the early literature is so small that it is impossible to get anything like a firm grip on their precise semantics. Under these circumstances I have tried to compensate for lack of neat analysis with more quotation, especially from Chǔcí. Throughout this section I quote my teacher David Hawkes' translations, mindful of the fact that many of these were written in the third year of his study of Chinese...
                                        • GRIEF INTENSELY SAD IN-RELATION-TO a DEATH OR a BIG DISASTER.
                                        • MELANCHOLY DELIGHT in one's OWN SADNESS IN-RELATION-TO ALL THINGS, this SADNESS LACKING CONCRETE CAUSE, AND being CULTIVATED IN ORDER TO OBTAIN OR SHOW WISDOM:higher-sensitivity.
                                        • DEPRESSED INTENSELY SAD AND LACKING HOPE.
                                        • ALAS EXCLAMATION EXPRESSing SADNESS OR REGRET. 
                                        • LONELY SAD BECAUSE one is ALONE.
                                        • DISAPPOINTED SAD BECAUSE something HOPED for in the PAST was NOT OBTAINED.
                                        • NOSTALGIA YEARN for SITUATIONS IN the PAST as GOOD:better IN-RELATION-TO NOW:the-present.
                                      • WORRY DISTRESS CAUSED-BY THINKING about something PRESENT OR FUTURE, which is DANGEROUS OR DIFFICULT.
                                      • FEAR BAD FEELING IN-RELATION-TO what one BELIEVES to be a DANGER which one is TRYING to AVOID.
                                        • COWARDLY FEARFUL WHEN COURAGE is NEEDED.
                                          • SHY ENDURING FEAR of POSSIBLE NEAR FUTURE SHAME.
                                            • ANGST FEAR LACKING an OBJECT.
                                            • SURPRISED FEEL that something one EXPERIENCES NOW is STRANGE OR DIFFERENT from what is COMMON.Surprise originating from supriser X, acting on surprisee Y, activated because of the surprising feature Z.
                                              • EVEN SURPRISINGLY, EVEN-IF one would NOT have GUESSED, ALSO.
                                                • WONDER SURPRISE CAUSING a DESIRE FOR EXPLANATION.
                                                • MOOD GENERAL FEELINGS NOT ABOUT a CERTAIN THING, which OFTEN CHANGE.
                                                  • SPLEEN MOOD of CONFUSED SADNESS.
                                                    • WHIM SUDDEN MOOD CAUSING ONE to ACT NATURALLY>spontaneously IN-ACCORDANCE-WITH ONE'S MOMENTARY DESIRES.
                                                    • SENTIMENTAL TEND to DELIGHT in one's SELF:own FEELINGS, AND OFTEN HAVE INTENSIVE FEELING ABOUT something COMMON AND UNDERSTOOD.
                                                      • BOREDOM FEELING OR MOOD of a LACK of DELIGHT in the NOW:present SITUATION which one UNDERSTANDS TOO INTENSELY:well, OFTEN:typically also LACK of DESIRE to ACT.
                                                        • DISGUST INTENSELY BAD FEELING IN-RELATION-TO something NOW PERCEIVED.
                                                          • SUBCONSCIOUS FEELINGS OR BELIEFS one HAS BUT is NOT AWARE that one HAS.
                                                            • PASSION PROFOUND ENDURING AND IMPORTANT FEELING.
                                                              • SOCIAL EMOTION FEELING ENACTED IN RELATION TO OTHER HUMANS.
                                                                • SHAME SOCIAL EMOTION OF REGRET one's SELF:own FEATURES, ACTS OR ATTITUDES which one BELIEVES to have been BAD.
                                                                  • EMBARRASSED NOT INTENSE SHAME REGARDING ONE'S SELF>OWN NOW>PRESENT SITUATION.
                                                                • SYMPATHY SOCIAL-EMOTION IN THE FORM OF DESIRE to HELP someone who is SUFFERING what is not JUST, OR who is IN DISTRESS.
                                                                  • LENIENT SYMPATHETIC so as NOT TO BE SEVERE.
                                                                  • SOLIDARITY GENERAL SYMPATHY, SHOWING ITSELF IN ACTION AND FEELINGS, FOR A WHOLE GROUP OF HUMANS OR A PEOPLE.
                                                                • ENVY SOCIAL EMOTION: HATE someone BECAUSE one LACKS something GOOD which that OTHER PERSON HAS.
                                                                  • JEALOUS ENVY ANOTHER PERSON for a RELATION of FRIENDSHIP OR LOVE IN-RELATION-TO an OTHER:third PERSON.
                                                                • ADMIRE APPRECIATE AND DELIGHT in what one BELIEVES is MORE GOOD IN-RELATION-TO either ONESELF OR IN-RELATION-TO what is COMMON.
                                                                  • RESPECT ADMIRE as NOBLE AND SERVE POLITELY....
                                                                • DESPISE SOCIAL-EMOTION: FEEL that a THING OR a HUMAN is UNIMPORTANT AND BAD IN-RELATION-TO what he/she/it SHOULD be OR what one is ONESELF.*Contempt by the despiser X for the despisee Y because of something despicable Z.
                                                                  • CYNICISM DOCTRINE that one SHOULD DESPISE ALL THINGS AND PERSONS BECAUSE THEY LACK REAL VALUE.
                                                                • GRATEFUL SOCIAL-EMOTION MAKING ONE WANT TO THANK SOMEONE BECAUSE S/HE BENEFITED ONE.
                                                                • INDIFFERENT COLD FEELING OF LACK OF INTEREST AND SYMPATHY
                                                                  Old Chinese Criteria

                                                                  1. The current general word for emotional states and feelings as well as attitudes is xīn 心.

                                                                  2. Qíng 情 refers specifically to one's real inner state, and one's basic essential feelings, one's essential emotional repertoire, also: one's instincts as opposed to one's aspirations mediated by reflection. [NB: We have no "love is a 情 " in classical Chinese, and neither do we have anything like "love is a 心 ".]

                                                                  3. Huái 懷 refers to a current emotional state or intensely felt attitude of any kind.

                                                                  4. Duān 端 is a philosophical term referring to a specific basic moral and emotional sensibility or instinct.

                                                                  See also FEEL

                                                                  Modern Chinese Criteria

                                                                  感情 is the general abstract word for emotions.

                                                                  情愫 refers emphatically to one's innermost feelings.

                                                                  情 (lit) can be used to refer to emotions in general.

                                                                  情感 refers to positive intense feelings, particular feelings of friendship.

                                                                  幽情 refers to exquisite unexpresed or underlying feelings.

                                                                  常情 refers to ordinary shared feelings that have nothing remarkable about them.

                                                                  人情 refers generally and abstractly to the ordinary emotional sensibilities of human beings.

                                                                  人之常情 (lit) refers generally and abstractly to the ordinary emotional sensibilities of human beings.

                                                                  感觸

                                                                  感受

                                                                  感覺

                                                                  感想

                                                                  心得

                                                                  激情

                                                                  感激 feeling of gratitude, marginal in the group.

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

                                                                  Old Chinese Contrasts

                                                                  《逸周書官人解》:民有五氣,喜、怒、欲、懼、憂。

                                                                  Michelle Rosaldo: "Feelings are embodied thoughts, steeped with the apprehension 'I am involved'"

                                                                  • Systematic Lexicography ( APRESJAN 2000) p. 203-214

                                                                  • A Dictionary of Selected Synonyms in the Principal Indo-European Languages ( BUCK 1988) p. 16.12

                                                                  • A Dictionary of Selected Synonyms in the Principal Indo-European Languages ( BUCK 1988) p. 16.13

                                                                  • Vocabulaire européen des philosophies. Dictionnaire des intraduisibles ( CASSIN 2004) p. 445

                                                                  • Vocabulaire européen des philosophies. Dictionnaire des intraduisibles ( CASSIN 2004) p. 475

                                                                    GEFUEHL

                                                                  • Vocabulaire européen des philosophies. Dictionnaire des intraduisibles ( CASSIN 2004) p. 901

                                                                    PATHOS

                                                                    PASSION

                                                                  • De Rerum Humanarum Emendatione ( COMENIUS 1665) p. 457

                                                                    AFFECTUS animi est ejus a sensu rerum commoti talis vel talis passio. Origo itaqve ejus semper est a sensu, seu externo, seu interno hoc est imaginatione....

                                                                    Detailed discussion and analysis.

                                                                  • The Expression of the Emotions in Man and Animals ( DARWIN 1998) p.

                                                                  • 現代漢語分類詞典 Xiandai hanyu fenlei cidian ( DONG DANIAN 1998) p. F70: 375

                                                                  • Deutsche Synonymik ( EBERHARD 1853) p. 291

                                                                  • Analysis of Chinese Emotional Words ( HAMA 1986) p.

                                                                  • Dictionnaire des synonymes de la langue francaise. Avec une introduction sur la theorie des synonymes. ( LAFAYE 1884) p. 172

                                                                    Lafaye distinguishes between "sensation" and "sentiment".

                                                                    1. Objects cause (pleasant or unpleasant) "sensations", and the soul, as a result, is subject to "sentiments".

                                                                    2. "Sensations" are often moentary, or at least transitory, "sentiments" are construed as permanent or at least lasting.

                                                                    3. "Sensations" are reactions to something concrete, "sentiments" are often caused by abstract considerations.

                                                                    4. "Sensations" are primary sense-based, "sentiments" typically involve

                                                                    5. "On subit des sensations", "On concoit des sentiments", "on entretient des sensations".

                                                                    See also p. 940, where the distinction is between "sensation, sentiment" and "perception".

                                                                    1. "Perception" relates to knowledge, and it can be more or less clear, whereas "sensations/sentiments" relates to one's emotional state, and these are primarily pleasant or unpleasant.

                                                                    Interestingly, Lafaye does not deal with "passion", which is intensitive.

                                                                    See also p. 170:

                                                                    "Emoi" is the inner movement of the soul, "emotion" focusses more on the physiological than on the purely affective side.

                                                                  • Anthologia sive Florilegium rerum et materiarum selectarum ( LANGIUS 1631) p. 30

                                                                    AFFECTUS

                                                                    Current words in Latin are motus, commotio, perturbatio.

                                                                  • Tolkovo-kombinatornyj slovar' sovremmenogo russkogo jazyka. Explanatory Combinatorial Dictionary of Modern Russian ( Mel'cuk 1984) p. 958

                                                                  • Dictionnaire culturel en langue francaise ( REY 2005) p. 4.714

                                                                    SENTIMENT ET SENSIBILITE

                                                                  • Historisches Woerterbuch der Philosophie ( RITTER 1971-2007) p. 3.265

                                                                    GEFUEHLSBEWEGUNG

                                                                  • Historisches Woerterbuch der Philosophie ( RITTER 1971-2007) p. 3.82

                                                                  • Historisches Woerterbuch der Rhetorik ( UEDING 1992ff) p. 1.218

                                                                  • Emotions across Languages and Cultures ( WIERZBICKA 1999) p. 49-122

                                                                    >different nuances for words for FEELING in different languages.

                                                                  • "Ch'ing" in Chinese Literary Criticism ( WONG 1969) p.

                                                                  • Key Concepts in Chinese Philosophy ( ZHANG DAINIAN 2002) p. 383

                                                                  • 中國文化背景八千詞 Zhongguo wenhua beijing ba qian ci ( WU SANXING 2008) p. 80

                                                                  • 中國文化背景八千詞 Zhongguo wenhua beijing ba qian ci ( WU SANXING 2008) p. 229ff

                                                                  • Pulse Diagnosis in Early Chinese Medicine ( HSU 2010) p. 394

                                                                  • Chinese Synonyms Usage Dictionary ( TENG SHOU-HSIN 1996) p. 130

                                                                  • Chinese Synonyms Usage Dictionary ( TENG SHOU-HSIN 1996) p. 437

                                                                  • A Dissertation on the Passions ( DAVID HUME 2007) p. 205FF

                                                                  • The Encyclopedia of Philosophy ( BORCHERT 2005) p.

                                                                    EMOTION

                                                                  • Encyclopedia of Language and Linguistics. Second Edition ( BROWN 2005) p.

                                                                  • Ästhetische Grundbegriffe ( BARCK 2010) p. 2.629

                                                                  • Ästhetische Grundbegriffe ( BARCK 2010) p. 1.16

                                                                  • Unnatural emotions ( LUTZ 1988) p.

                                                                  • Les passions ordinaires Collection Chemins de traverse ( LE BRETON 1998) p.

                                                                  • New Dictiornary of the History of Ideas, 6 vols. ( HOROWITZ 2005) p.

                                                                    EMOTIONS

                                                                  • Bibliographisches Handbuch zur Sprachinhaltsforschung. Teil II. Systematischer Teil. B. Ordnung nach Sinnbezirken (mit einem alphabetischen Begriffsschluessel): Der Mensch und seine Welt im Spiegel der Sprachforschung ( FRANKE 1989) p. 44B

                                                                    AFFEKT

                                                                  • Encyclopedia of Comparative Iconography ( ROBERTS 1998) p. 411

                                                                    HUMOURS

                                                                  Attributions by syntactic funtion

                                                                  • nab : 52
                                                                  • NPab : 19
                                                                  • nab.adV : 5
                                                                  • VPi : 4
                                                                  • NPab : 3
                                                                  • nab.t:post-N : 3
                                                                  • nab.post-V{NUM} : 2
                                                                  • NPadV : 1

                                                                  Attributions by text

                                                                  • 楚辭 : 17
                                                                  • 陸機集十一卷 : 12
                                                                  • 禮記 : 8
                                                                  • 孟子 : 8
                                                                  • 說苑 : 6
                                                                  • 阮籍集四卷 : 5
                                                                  • 荀子 : 4
                                                                  • 賢愚經 : 4
                                                                  • 百喻經 : 4
                                                                  • 戰國策 : 3
                                                                  • 祖堂集 : 2
                                                                  • 呂氏春秋 : 2
                                                                  • 管子 : 2
                                                                  • 孝經 : 2
                                                                  • 淮南子 : 1
                                                                  • 鶡冠子 : 1
                                                                  • 妙法蓮華經 : 1
                                                                  • 韓詩外傳 : 1
                                                                  • 新論-漢-桓譚 : 1
                                                                  • 六祖壇經 : 1
                                                                  • 列子 : 1
                                                                  • 論衡 : 1
                                                                  • 莊子 : 1
                                                                  • 臨濟錄 : 1

                                                                  Words

                                                                     qíng OC: dzeŋ MC: dziɛŋ 45 Attributions

                                                                  Qíng 情 refers specifically to one's real inner state, and one's basic essential feelings, one's essential emotional repertoire, and we have no more "love is a 情" in classical Chinese than "love is a 心".

                                                                  • nab.adVemotionally, in one's feelings, with one's heart
                                                                  • nab.post-Nthe feeling defined as N
                                                                  • nab.post-V{NUM}feelings 六情
                                                                  • nabpsychreal inner state; innermost feelings; real inner feelings; basic feelings; basic loyalties; sentiment
                                                                  • nabcurrentcurrent emotional state, current feelings
                                                                  • nabpsychemotional nuances and moods
                                                                  • nabemotional engagement
                                                                     xīn OC: slɯm MC: sim 11 Attributions

                                                                  The current general word for emotional states and feelings as well as attitudes is xīn 心.

                                                                  • nab.t:post-Npsychsense for N; mind capable of recognizing things or phenomena
                                                                  • nabpsychfeelings
                                                                  中情   zhōng qíng OC: krluŋ dzeŋ MC: ʈuŋ dziɛŋ 8 Attributions
                                                                  • NPabpsychreal underlying attitude; innermost genuine feelings
                                                                  人情   rén qíng OC: njin dzeŋ MC: ȵin dziɛŋ 5 Attributions
                                                                  • NPabfeaturehuman feelings in general
                                                                  • NPabpluralhuman feelings (often definite: the human feelings); real ways of thinking (of a given person or persons); (sometimes general:) public opinion, (even:) public demand
                                                                     zhì OC: tjid MC: tɕit 3 Attributions
                                                                  • nabfigurativesubstantial feelings, basic attitudes (which identify one as the person one is)
                                                                  動心   dòng xīn MC: duwngX sim OC: dooŋʔ slɯm 3 Attributions
                                                                  • VPibe moved
                                                                  心情   xīn qíng OC: slɯm dzeŋ MC: sim dziɛŋ 2 Attributions
                                                                  • NPabpsychfeelings
                                                                     qì OC: khɯds MC: khɨi 2 Attributions
                                                                  • nabpsychstrongly felt acute feelings
                                                                  • nab.adVwith your irrepressible feelings
                                                                     huái OC: ɡruul MC: ɦɣɛi 1 Attribution

                                                                  Huái 懷 refers to a current emotional state or attitude of any kind.

                                                                  • nabpsychcurrent emotional attitude or emotional state; emotional attachments; attitudes and sympathies
                                                                  六情   liù qíng OC: ɡ-ruɡ dzeŋ MC: luk dziɛŋ 1 Attribution
                                                                  • NPabsix basic emotions; six natural emotional tendencies
                                                                  心懷   xīn huái OC: slɯm ɡruul MC: sim ɦɣɛi 1 Attribution
                                                                  • NPabpsychemotional state
                                                                  性情   xìng qíng OC: seŋs dzeŋ MC: siɛŋ dziɛŋ 1 Attribution
                                                                  • NPabpsychnatural feelings; basic feelings that are the result of one's inborn nature
                                                                  情質   qíng zhì OC: dzeŋ tjid MC: dziɛŋ tɕit 1 Attribution
                                                                  • NPabpsychthe very substance of one's real feelings
                                                                  深心   shēn xīn OC: qhljum slɯm MC: ɕim sim 1 Attribution
                                                                  • NPadVwith deep feelings, deep-heartedly
                                                                     yì OC: ŋrals MC: ŋiɛ 1 Attribution
                                                                  • nabpsychproper moral feelings between; appropriate moral and emotional attachment between 曹植: 親交義不薄 "moral attachment to relatives and friends was not superficial"
                                                                     zhì OC: kljɯs MC: tɕɨ 1 Attribution
                                                                  • nabpsychologicalZUO: feelings, what is basically on one's mind
                                                                  • nab.post-V{NUM}
                                                                  心氣   xīn qì MC: sim khj+jH OC: slɯm khɯds 1 Attribution
                                                                  • NPabstate of mind; mental and physical state of mind
                                                                  纏緜   zhàn mián MC: trjen mjien OC: dans men 1 Attribution
                                                                  • VPipoeticbe moving, entangle one with feelings
                                                                     duān OC: toon MC: tʷɑn 0 Attributions

                                                                  Duān 端 is a philosophical term referring to a specific or individualised basic moral and emotional sensibility or instinct.

                                                                  • nabpsychbasic impulse, basic motivation
                                                                  情感   qíng gǎn OC: dzeŋ koomʔ MC: dziɛŋ kəm 0 Attributions
                                                                  • nabstativefeelings; emtional excitement DC 2: 晉 陸雲 《與陸典書書》:"且念親各爾分析,情感復結,悲嘆而已。" 唐 白居易 《庭槐》詩:"人生有情感,遇物牽所思。"
                                                                  感念   gǎn niàn OC: koomʔ mɢlɯɯms MC: kəm nem 0 Attributions
                                                                  • VPtoNfeel
                                                                     yì OC: qɯɡs MC: ʔɨ 0 Attributions
                                                                  • nabpsychthoughtful concern
                                                                      MC:  OC:  0 Attributions
                                                                  • VPipoeticbe moving, entangle one with feelings

                                                                  Existing SW for

                                                                  Here are Syntactic Words already defined in the database: