Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun The wild banana of Polynesia and New Caledonia, Musa Fehi.

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Examples

  • He first explained to me the uses in temple music of the taiko and shoko, which are drums; of the flutes called fei or teki; of the flageolet termed hichiriki; and of the kakko, which is a little drum shaped like a spool with very narrow waist, On great Buddhist festivals, Masanobu and his father and his brothers are the musicians in the temple services, and they play the strange music called Ojo and Batto -- music which at first no Western ear can feel pleasure in, but which, when often heard, becomes comprehensible, and is found to possess a weird charm of its own.

    Glimpses of Unfamiliar Japan Second Series

  • Saturday's parties went far into the woods to gather a choice kind of fei, and the oranges and limes of the foot-hills.

    Mystic Isles of the South Seas.

  • Having communicated his intentions to the admiral, he was ordered to purfue them; and, the better to enfurc his fucccfs, was rein - forced by the Gibraltar, a fmall frigate, which, from her ihallow draught of water, was peculiarly adapted to fupport fuch a kind of fei-vice*

    Biographia navalis; or, Impartial memoirs of the lives and characters of officers of the navy of Great Britain, from the year 1660 to the present time; drawn from the most authentic sources, and disposed in a chronological arrangement

  • “Tao xuan fei” means Tao promotes the xuan fei function of the lungs.

    Tao II

  • “Tuo tai fei sheng” pronounced twaw tye fay shung means soul baby travels.

    Tao II

  • “Tao xuan fei” means Tao promotes the xuan fei function of the lungs.

    Tao II

  • This is one of the major lung functions, called the function of xuan fei.

    Tao II

  • This is one of the major lung functions, called the function of xuan fei.

    Tao II

  • In the sixth book of my Soul Power Series, Tao I: The Way of All Life,1 I shared two phrases from Dao De Jing: Tao ke Tao (pronounced dow kuh dow), fei chang Tao (pronounced fay chahng dow).

    Tao II

  • Tao ke Tao, fei chang Tao Tao that can be explained by words or comprehended by thoughts is not the eternal Tao or true Tao, lxxvii–lxxviii, 24–25, 190

    Tao II

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