"Rhyme" • Chinese-English Dictionary

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 yùn mǔ medial and final of a Chinese syllable (excluding initial consonant and tone) / the rhyming part of a Chinese syllable / rhyme / vowel / character used in traditional phonetics to indicate value of rhyme / final sound / phoneme
 yā yùn to rhyme / sometimes written 壓韻|压韵
 wěi yīn final sound of a syllable / rhyme (e.g. in European languages)
 yùn jiǎo rhyming word ending a line of verse / rhyme
 yùn beautiful sound / appeal / charm / vowel / rhyme / in Chinese phonetics, the medial and final sound of a syllable (i.e. excluding the initial consonant)
 zhé rut / track / rhyme / (dialect) way / method
 xié yùn to rhyme
 xié yùn to rhyme / also written 協韻|协韵
 tóng yùn cí words with the same phonetic ending / rhyme
 wěi yùn rhyme
 yùn wèi implicit charm in rhyme or sound / hinted appeal / interest
 ér gē nursery rhyme
 gē yáo folksong / ballad / nursery rhyme
 kǒu jué mnemonic chant / rhyme for remembering (arithmetic tables, character stroke order etc)
 hè to compose a poem in reply (to sb's poem) using the same rhyme sequence / to join in the singing / to chime in with others
 yùn lu:4 cadence / rhythm / rhyme scheme / meter (in verse) / (linguistics) prosody
 yǔ wú lún cì incoherent speech / to talk without rhyme or reason (idiom)
 tóng yáo nursery rhyme
 hǎo duān duān perfectly all right / without rhyme or reason
 qī lu:4 abbr. for 七言律詩|七言律诗, verse form consisting of 8 lines of 7 syllables, with rhyme on alternate lines
 yīn yùn music / rhyme and rhythm / initial, 音[yin1], and final and tone, 韻|韵[yun4], of a Chinese character / phoneme
 wú yóu to be unable (to do sth) / no reason to ... / without rhyme or reason
 gé lu:4 forms of versification / conventions regarding set number of words and lines, choice of tonal patterns and rhyme schemes for various types of Classical Chinese poetic composition / metrical verse
 yīn yùn xué Chinese phonetics (concerned also with rhyme in poetry)
 fǎn qiè traditional system expressing the phonetic value of a Chinese character using two other characters, the first for the initial consonant, the second for the rhyme and tone
 qī yán lu:4 shī verse form consisting of 8 lines of 7 syllables, with rhyme on alternate lines / abbr. to 七律
 cì yùn reply to a poem in the same rhyme
 zhuǎn yùn change of rhyme (within a poem)
 yùn shū rhyming dictionary / traditional Chinese phonetic dictionary with words ordered first by four tones 四聲|四声 / then rhyme 韻|韵 / (i.e. medial consonant and final)
 yùn mù rhyme entry / subdivision of a rhyming dictionary (containing all words with the given rhyme)
 yùn diào rhyme and tone / intonation
 Lóng kān Shǒu jiàn Longkan Shoujian, Chinese character dictionary from 997 AD containing 26,430 entries, with radicals placed into 240 rhyme groups and arranged according to the four tones, and the rest of the characters similarly arranged under each radical
 lián mián cí two-syllable word featuring alliteration or rhyme, such as 玲瓏|玲珑[ling2 long2]
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