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  • proper n. A Chinese emperor (1654-1722) from the Qing Dynasty period.
  • proper n. A dictionary and cross reference of Chinese characters, first published in 1716 at the behest of the Kangxi Emperor, and used to the present day.
  • n. One of 214 modern Chinese radicals, as organized in the Kangxi dictionary.


From Sinitic 康熙. (Wiktionary)


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