Definitions

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  • noun a branch of the Tai languages

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Examples

  • Li Jing records that cowries were a medium of trade when he served in Yunnan in the early fourteenth century. 44 One cowry was called 1 zhuang, 4 zhuang making 1 shou, 4 shou making 1 miao, and 5 miao making 1 suo; so 1 suo was equal to 80 pieces of cowry.

    Between Winds and Clouds: The Making of Yunnan (Second Century BCE to Twentieth Century CE)

  • When you reach stillness, you go into the condition of “wang wo zhuang tai” pronounced wahng waw jwahng tye, which means forget yourself.

    Tao II

  • “Cheng zhang zhuang da” pronounced chung jahng jwahng dah means baby grows bigger and stronger.

    Tao II

  • “Jin dan zhuang shen” means Jin Dan strengthens kidney function with healing and rejuvenation.

    Tao I

  • “Tao zhuang shen” means Tao strengthens the kidneys.

    Tao II

  • When you reach stillness, you go into the condition of “wang wo zhuang tai” pronounced wahng waw jwahng tye, which means forget yourself.

    Tao II

  • “Cheng zhang zhuang da” pronounced chung jahng jwahng dah means baby grows bigger and stronger.

    Tao II

  • When you reach stillness, you go into the condition of “wang wo zhuang tai” pronounced wahng waw jwahng tye, which means forget yourself.

    Tao II

  • “Tao zhuang shen” means Tao strengthens the kidneys.

    Tao II

  • “Jin dan zhuang shen” means Jin Dan strengthens kidney function with healing and rejuvenation.

    Tao I

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