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ŠAJINGGA KARAN a platform used for Buddhist and Taoist services

ŠAJINTU another name for the mythical beast tontu

ŠAJINTU MAHATUN an ancient-style hat with the figure of the šajintu depicted on it

ŠAJIRI GASHA Buddha bird--the same as šajingga gasha

ŠAJULAN see šajilan.

ŠAK SEME tall and rank, towering and dense (trees)

ŠAK SIK 1. (onom.) rattling, tingling 2. strong, vigorous (horses)

ŠAKA 1. a spear with a forked head, a fork 2. a leftward oblique stroke in writing

ŠAKA BELHERE BA a place where punting poles, oars, and forked spears were prepared for imperial use

ŠAKA I TOKOMBI to stick with a aka

ŠAKALABUMBI caus./pass. of šakalambi

ŠAKALAMBI 1. to fork, to spear with a fork, to stick with a fork 2. to cut off (enemy troops) 3. to interrupt

ŠAKANAMBI to crack (of ice)

ŠAKARI a fork for fruit

ŠAKAŠABUMBI caus. of šakašambi

ŠAKAŠAMBI 1. to come in a very confused, mixed-up manner 2. to bombard a person with questions (of a group)

ŠAKŠAHA the cheek

ŠAKŠAHA I GIRANGGI the cheekbone of a fish

ŠAKŠAHA MAKTAMBI to lose face, to be embarrassed

ŠAKŠAHA MEYEN wing (of an army)

ŠAKŠAHA SELE two pieces of iron on a bridle that cover the cheeks of the animal

ŠAKŠAHALAMBI to attack from the flanks, to outflank

ŠAKŠAHŪN with the teeth showing

ŠAKŠALAMBI see šakalambi and šakšahalambi

ŠAKŠALJAMBI to smile showing the teeth

ŠAKŠAN crafty, cunning, wily

ŠAKŠARI smiling with the teeth showing

ŠAKŠARJAMBI the same asšakšaijambi

ŠAKTALAMBI to cut off the ears (as a punishment)

ŠALA 1. edge, end, extremity 2. flank, side 3. remnant, scrap (of cloth); cf. ujan šala 4. corner, oblique angle, a lapel

SALA I NIYALMA a man in the wings (of an army)

ŠALANGTU a fat ox

ŠALAR SEME in good order, lined up evenly

ŠALHŪMA the white pheasant of the west

ŠALIBUMBI to become pale

ŠALU heated, hot

ŠAMBI (1) to look, to look at

ŠAMBI (2) (-ngka, -mpi) to cook dry, to drain dry

ŠAMPI breeching on a harness (the part of harness that runs under the tail)

ŠAMPI MOO a horizontal piece of wood that hangs under the tail of a harnessed mule or donkey

ŠAMPI UŠE a line connected to the breeching of a harness

ŠAMPILABUMBI caus. of šampilambi

ŠAMPILAMBI to put on the breeching of a harness

ŠAMTULAMBI to let down the protective ear flaps on a hat; cf. šabtun

ŠAN 1. ear 2. rowlock 3. pan of a flintlock or flash-vent of a cannon 4. handle 5. shoehorn

ŠAN DABUMBI to apportion a share

ŠAN DASAKŪ an ear cleaner consisting of cotton or down on the end of a small stick

ŠAN DERDEHŪN the ears are curved forward

ŠAN FETEKU an earpick

ŠAN GABTAKŪ a support with holes on both sides that is attached to the main beam

ŠAN I ABDAHA the outer part of the ear

ŠAN I AFAHA the same as šan i abdaha

ŠAN I DA the root of the ear

ŠAN I DELBI the back of the ear

ŠAN I FERE eardrum

ŠAN I FETEKU the same as šan feteku

ŠAN I HEŠEN the circumference of the ear

ŠAN I OKTO gunpowder

ŠAN I OKTOI KŪWACA a powderhorn

ŠAN I SEN 1. a hole in the earlobe for an earring 2. hole for powder on a gun

ŠAN I SUIHE earlobe

ŠAN I UNGGALA the opening of the ear

ŠAN KAMCIME BANJIHABI the ears grow flat against the head

ŠAN MILA sharp-eared

ŠAN SICAMBI the ears shake (from hearing a loud noise)

ŠAN SULHUMBI the ear runs

ŠAN WALIYAME listening attentively

ŠANCIN fortress, small fortress on a

mountain, small town on a mountain

ŠANCIN FEKUMBI to storm a fortress

ŠANDUMBI to look at one another

ŠANG 1. bestowal, reward 2. see šangsin

ŠANG KORO reward and punishment

ŠANGGA endowed with ears

ŠANGGA CIRKU a pillow with earlike projections on the side

ŠANGGABUDA dried cooked rice

ŠANGGABUMBI caus. of šanggambi

ŠANGGAMBI 1. to come to an end, to terminate successfully, to finish 2. to be accomplished

ŠANGGAHA BITHEI NIYALMA an accomplished scholar


ŠANGGAHA GEBU honor, well-deserved renown

ŠANGGAHA GUNGGE merit, feats

ŠANGGAME JABDUHA succeeded, successfully terminated

ŠANGGAN completion, accomplishment, accomplished

ŠANGGAN I ELIOI one of the six minor pipes (music)

ŠANGGATAI 1. finally, indeed, actually 2. fully at an end, thoroughly completed

ŠANGGIN the silver pheasant; cf. šunggin gasha

ŠANGGIYAKAN rather white, somewhat white

ŠANGGIYAKŪ 1. smoke from a signal fire, smoke signal 2. see šanggiyari

ŠANGGIYAKŪ DABUMBI 1. to send up signal smoke 2. to make smoke to ward off insects


ŠANGGIYAN 1. (white) smoke 2. white 3. the seventh of the heaven's stems ; cf. šanyan

ŠANGGIYAN ALAN white birchbark


ŠANGGIYAN CAISE deep-fried vermicelli made from salt water and flour

ŠANGGIYAN FAHA the white part of the eyeball, FEKŠUN alum

ŠANGGIYAN FULHA white poplar

ŠANGGIYAN HALU I SACIMA a deep-fried cake made from sesame oil, fine flour, sugar, and sesame seeds

ŠANGGIYAN IJA a variety of small white gnat, sandfly

ŠANGGIYAN JIYOO BING a baked cake made from sugar and flour

ŠANGGIYAN MURSA Chinese radish, daikon

ŠANGGIYAN NIONGNIYAHA a wild goose that appears white in flight

ŠANGGIYAN NISIHA a small whitefish

ŠANGGIYAN SELBETE white mugwort--Artemisia lactiflora

ŠANGGIYAN SILENGGI 'white dew'-- one of the twenty-four divisions of the solar year occurring on about the eighth of September

ŠANGGIYAN SUIHA white artemisia

ŠANGGIYAN TEIŠUN zinc; cf. šanyan teišun

ŠANGGIYAN ULHU ermine; cf. šanyan ulhu

ŠANGGIYARI smoke used for warding off insects

ŠANGGUHE one name for the myna

ŠANGKA 1. silk gauze flaps on both sides on an ancient-style hat 2. halo around the sun 3. thinly sliced dried meat; cf. šangkan

ŠANGKA ŠOMBI to rub vigorously with a copper coin that has been moistened--a method of treating certain diseases

ŠANGKA ŠUFATU an ancient-style hat with gauze flaps on either side

ŠANGKAN dried meat, some dried product

ŠANGKAN NIMAHA the same as can nimaha

ŠANGKŪRA NIONGNIYAHA graylag goose (Anser anser)

ŠANGNABUMBI caus./pass. of šangnambi

ŠANGNAHAN reward, prize

ŠANGNAMBI to reward, to bestow

ŠANGNAN reward, bestowal

ŠANGSI ENDURI the name of a deity sacrificed to in the shamanic shrine

ŠANGSIN one of the notes of the classical pentatonic scale, sounding like re

ŠANGŠAHA a basket made from willow branches

ŠANGŠANGDEO the bird kalavinka (Cuculus melandoicus)

ŠANIORI ILHA an exotic flower that blooms in autumn and resembles a wild goose in flight

ŠANIRI ILHA 'white caltrop flower'

ŠANIYA hempen floss, used for padding

ŠANIYALAMBI to pad (with hempen floss)

ŠANIYAMBI see šaniyalambi

ŠANIYAHA HUBTU a long gown padded with hempen floss

ŠANIYANGGA made from hempen floss, padded

ŠANIYANGGA ETUKU clothing padded with hempen floss, clothing made from linen

ŠANIYANGGA MAHATU an ancient-style hat made from black grass linen

ŠANJIN tradesman, merchant

ŠANTU 1. heelbone of cows 2. zinc; cf. anyan teiun

ŠANTU GIRANGGI the same as šantu

ŠANUMBI to look at one another; cf. šandumbi

ŠANYAKAN rather white, somewhat white

ŠANYAN 1. white 2. the seventh of the heaven's stems 3. the hottest period of the summer; cf.


ŠANYAN ALAN white birchbark

ŠANYAN BULEHEN white crane; cf. šeyelhen

ŠANYAN CAISE the same as šanggiyan caise

ŠANYAN DOSIMBI to enter the hottest period of summer

ŠANYAN FAITAN a quail with a white stripe over the eyes

ŠANYAN FATHA one name for the quail; cf. mušu

ŠANYAN GAHA a white raven

ŠANYAN GARUDAI a white phoenix


ŠANYAN GŪSaI FALGA bureau of the white banner in the Board of War

ŠANYAN GŪSAI FIYENTEN section of the white banner

ŠANYAN HAKSANGGA EFEN a baked cake covered with sugar; cf. anggiyan jiyoo bing

ŠANYAN HALU I SACIMA the same as šanggiyan halu i sacima.

ŠANYAN IJA a small white gnat, a sand fly

ŠANYAN KONGGOLO one name for the quail

ŠANYAN KUWECIHE a white dove


ŠANYAN MURSA Chinese radish, daikon

ŠANYAN NISIHA a small freshwater fish with white belly whose oil is used in lamps

ŠANYAN SAMSU a fine white linen

ŠANYAN SELBETE white mugwort-- Artemisia lactiflora

ŠANYAN SENCEHE one name for the quail

ŠANYAN SILENGGI the same as šanggiyan silenggi

ŠANYAN SIŠARGAN the name of a small black bird with white spots

ŠANYAN SUIHA white artemisia, wild artemisia

ŠANYAN SUKSUHU a white sea swallow

ŠANYAN ŠAHŪN the Milky Way

ŠANYAN ŠONGKON a white gyrfalcon; cf. šongkon

ŠANYAN ŠOŠONTU an ancient-style head covering made from white silk

ŠANYAN ŠUNGKERI BAIBULA the name of the paradise flycatcher in Kiangnan

ŠANYAN TASHA a white tiger

ŠANYAN TASHANGGA KIRU a banner of the imperial escort depicting the figure of a white tiger


ŠANYAN ULHU ermine, stoat (Mustela erminea)

ŠANYAN ULHŪMA a white pheasant

ŠANYAN ULHŪMANGGA KIRU a banner of the imperial escort depicting the figure of a white pheasant


ŠANYAN WEIFUTU a white heron

ŠANYAN YARHA a white panther

ŠANYANGGA CECE a white silk gauze

ŠANYO yam; cf. larsenda

ŠAR SEME sympathetic, moved with sympathy, compassionate

ŠAR SEME GOSIRE MUJILEN a sympathetic, loving heart, compassionate heart

ŠARA exceedingly

ŠARA FANCAHA exceedingly annoyed

ŠARA NIMEMBI to ache exceedingly

ŠAKA YOO a red eruption on the skin

ŠARAMBI (-ka, -pi) to become white

ŠARHŪMBI to snow while the sun is shining dimly

ŠARI 1. a kind of wild lettuce with edible leaves and roots 2. bright, shining

ŠARI GARI bright, snowy white

ŠARI SELE red-hot iron

ŠARI SIRI gorgeous, splendid, brilliant (of blossoms)

ŠARI SOLI see sari

ŠARI ŠARI bright, fresh and bright, glowing,


ŠARIBUMBI caus. of šarimbi

ŠARIL Buddhist relics

ŠARIMBI to smelt (iron), to refine


ŠARINGGIYABUMBI caus. of šaringgiyambi

ŠARINGGIYAMBI 1. to clean, to scrape clean (arrow-shaft) 2. to expiate, to atone, to wipe out (a wrong or shame)

ŠARINJAMBI to squint, to look while rolling the eyeballs

ŠARIŠAMBI to flash white, to light up

ŠARTAN a tall tree with few branches

ŠARU strips of dried raw meat

ŠARUK the name of the myna in Buddhist scriptures

ŠASIGAN see šasihan

ŠASIHALABUMBI caus./pass. of sasihaiambi

ŠASIHALAMBI to slap, to clap

ŠASIHAN soup, seasoned soup, broth

ŠASIHAŠAMBI to slap repeatedly

ŠASINJIMBI see šašanjambi

ŠASIŠAME DAMBI to blow from the side (of the wind), to cut (of the wind)

ŠAŠABUMBI caus./pass. of šašambi

ŠAŠAJAMBI see a anjambi

ŠAŠAMBI to be mixed up, to be in a mess

ŠAŠAN a sour soup made from bean paste and mixed vegetables

ŠAŠANJAMBI to be confused, to be criss-crossed, to skirmish

ŠAŠANJAME LEOLEMBI to carry on a verbal skirmish, to debate

ŠAŠUN 1. tinder, small pieces of wood used to start a fire 2. shred, piece 3. meat or fish paste

ŠAŠUN AKŪ soft, soggy, in shreds, in tatters, in pieces, in a pulp

ŠAŠUN AKŪ MEIJEBUHE shattered to pieces

ŠAŠUNAKŪ see šašun akū

ŠATAN sugar

ŠATAN UFA CAI tea mixed with sugar and flour

ŠATUBUMBI caus. of šatumbi

ŠATUMBI to polish, to scour

ŠATURE OKTO a polishing compound

ŠATURNAMBI to form an icy crust (on snow)

ŠAYO vegetarian, a Buddhist, a Taoist

ŠAYOLAMBI to abstain from meat, to keep a vegetarian diet

ŠAYU see šayo

ŠAYU BUDA vegetarian food

ŠE 1. amnesty 2. the earth god 3. a Chinese psaltery, an instrument of twenty-five strings 4. a name for the black-eared kite; cf. hiyebele

ŠEBEN a snare for lynx

ŠEBNIO the constellation Orion

ŠEBNIO TOKDONGGO KIRU a banner depicting the constellation Orion

ŠBTEMBI to be soaked through, to become soaked

SEHUKEN rather barren

ŠEHUN barren, empty, forsaken

ŠEHUN ŠAHŪN barren and desolate

ŠEJILEBUMBI caus. of šejilembi

ŠEJILEMBI to recite, to repeat by heart

ŠEKEBUMBI caus./pass. of lekembi

ŠEKEMBI 1. to drench, to get soaked 2. to become stiff

ŠELBORI ORHO hellebore

ŠELEMBI 1. to part with, to give up 2. to give (alms), to distribute

ŠELEN the continually wet area around a small spring

ŠELETEI without regard to life, disregarding danger

ŠEMPI green grained leather

ŠEMPILEBUMBI caus. of šempilembi

ŠEMPILEMBI to hem with (green) grained leather

ŠENG 1. a wind instrument consisting of a number of small pipes with metallic reeds 2. a Chinese pint 3. nephew

ŠENGGE 1. divine, prophetic 2. prophet, seer

ŠENGGE SAKSAHA prophetic magpie that announces joyful events beforehand by its cry

ŠENGGECI ILHA the name of a beautiful exotic flower that blooms from spring to autumn

ŠNGGEHEN one name for the crane; cf. bulehen

ŠENGGEN MOO a five-hundred-year-old tree

ŠENGGETU the name of a divine beast that foresees the future

ŠENGGETUNGGE KIRU a banner of the imperial escort that depicts the figure of a enggetu

ŠENGGIN 1. forehead 2. the place where the foot of a mountain and a river meet 3. a brick that projects forward above the door of a stove

ŠENGGIN GAIMBI to hit lightly on the forehead, to tap on the forehead

ŠENGGIN HETEREMBI to knit the brow

ŠENGGINTU an ancient-style headband, square in shape and decorated with lacquer and gold

ŠENGGIYEN BOSO undyed cloth


ŠENGKITU one of the names of the fabulous beast called tontu

ŠENGSIN geomancy

ŠENGSIN I SIREN a geomantic vein

ŠENGSIN TUWAMBI to practice geomancy


ŠENTU a wide cloth belt, a strip of cloth

ŠENTUHEN see šetuhen

ŠEO BEN a name card presented by inferiors to superiors

ŠEO GIOWAN a scroll

ŠEO SEME DAMBI to blow in sharp gusts

ŠEO SING ENDURI the god of the star of long life

ŠEO ŠA (onom.) the sound made by the wind blowing

ŠEO ŠEO in gusts

ŠEO TEO a mask in the shape of an animal's head

ŠEOBEI Second Captain; cf. tuwakiyara ha fan

ŠEOLEBUMBI caus. of šeolembi

ŠEOLEHUN see šulehen

ŠEOLEMBI 1. to embroider 2. to collect

ŠEOLEN BOJIRI ILHA the name of a ragged purple chrysanthemum

ŠEOTEO see šeo teo

ŠERCEMBI to feel dizzy on a height, to feel frightened on a high place

ŠEREBUMBI caus. of šerembi

ŠEREMBI (-ke) 1. to glow, to be red-hot 2. to be white, to be pale

ŠEREMBUMBI caus. of šerembi

ŠERENTUMBI to suffer labor pains before childbirth

ŠERHE a dog sled

ŠERI spring, source

ŠERIBUMBI caus./pass. of šerimbi

ŠERIKULEBUMBI to be intimidated, to

be coerced

ŠERIMBI to extort, to blackmail, to threaten, to coerce

ŠERIN 1. a protective piece for the forehead on a helmet 2. a golden figure of a Buddha on the front of a prince's hat

ŠERINGGIYEMBI to heat until red-hot

ŠERINJU a blackmailer, intimidator

ŠERSEN INGGALI the name of a small bird that has white spots on its tail

ŠERTU a die made of copper or tin, a copper or tin gacuha

ŠESIMBI see šešembi

ŠESIMPE see šešempe

ŠESIMPU see šešempe

ŠEŠEBUMBI caus. of šešembi

ŠEŠEMBI to sting (of insects)

ŠEŠEMPE a wasp

ŠEŠERI UMIYAHA a centipede

ŠETEHURI dense, solid, thick

ŠETEREMBI (-ke) to come to life (of drooping plants after a rain)

ŠETERŠEMBI to reel under a heavy load

ŠETUHEN a twenty-five stringed zitherlike instrument, a Chinese psaltery; cf. še

ŠETUMBI to swim (of snakes)

ŠEYEHEN ULHŪMA silver pheasant; cf. šunggin gasha

ŠEYEKE female rubythroat (Luscina calliope)

ŠEYEKEN rather white, somewhat white

ŠEYELHEN a type of small white crane

ŠEYEN snow-white

ŠEYEN GU white jade

ŠEYEN HIYABAN white coarse linen

ŠI 1. a measure equaling one hundred twenty catties 2. poem, verse 3. army 4. examination 5. scholar, official

ŠICING celadonite

ŠIDU see adaha hūlara hafan

ŠIDZ 1. the heir to a feudal lord 2. the eldest son of a Manchu prince of the first rank

ŠIFU see sefu


ŠIGIYANG a Hanlin official of the fifth rank second class

ŠILGIYAN the name of a constellation

ŠILGIYAN TOKDONGGO KIRU a banner depicting the constellation šilgiyan

ŠILIO pomegranate; cf. useri

ŠILIO MOO pomegranate tree

ŠO bureau, office

ŠO NIYECEN the crotch of trousers

ŠOBIN a baked sesame cake

ŠOBKOŠOMBI 1. to eat with the hands 2. to behave uncouthly, to act meanly or basely


ŠOBKOŠOME JEMBI to eat with the fingers

ŠOBUMBI caus. of šombi

ŠODAN ILHA Chinese peony (Paeonia albiflora)

ŠODOBUMBI caus. of šodombi

ŠODOKŪ 1. a person who likes to stroll 2. a small fishnet

ŠODOMBI 1. to stroll, to stroll about at one's leisure 2. to catch fish in a small hand net 3. to go at a full gallop 4. to pan (gold)

ŠOFOR SEME in great haste, flustered, agitated

ŠOFORO 1. five fingers full, a pinch 2. one ten-thousandth of a bushel

ŠOFORO AKŪ not sure-footed (of horses)

ŠOFORO CECIKE one name for the kingfisher; cf. ulgiyan cecike

ŠOFORO SAIN sure-footed (of a horse)

ŠOFOROBUMBI caus. of šoforambi


ŠOFOROMBI 1. to pick up with the fingers, to pinch, to take a pinch of 2. to seize in the claws (of birds) 3. to scratch

ŠOFORONJIMBI to come to take a pinch of, to come to seize

ŠOFORŠOMBI to scratch all over, to take random pinches of

ŠOFOYON narrow-minded, quick-tempered

ŠOGE ingot of gold or silver

ŠOHADAMBI 1. to hitch up, to harness 2. to depend on others to do one's work

ŠOHAN I MORIN a team of (four) horses

ŠOHO the white of an egg

ŠOKIN NIYEHE one name for the wild duck

ŠOKISILAMBI see šokšolimbi

ŠOKŠOMON 1. sharp (of a mountain peak), prominent (of a peak) 2. pursed (the lips, when angry), pouting

ŠOKŠOLIMBI to heap up, to fill up completely

ŠOKŪ a currycomb

ŠOKŪ AMDUN glue made into squares used for erasing or scraping

ŠOLEN see šošon

ŠOLI falling short, short of the mark

ŠOLO 1. free time, leisure, vacation, leave 2. opportunity 3. empty space

ŠOLO AKŪ without leisure, lacking free time, busy

ŠOLO AMCAMBI to take advantage of an opportunity

ŠOLO BAIMBI to ask for leave, to seek free time

ŠOLO BE TUWAME as time permits

ŠOLO JABDURAKŪ not to have time

ŠOLO TUCIBURAKŪ without giving a pause

ŠOLOBUMBI caus. of šolombi

ŠOLOMBI to roast

ŠOLON fork, skewer, small forklike projection on a knife

ŠOLONGGO 1. pointed, forked 2. point, tip 3. adept (at war, hunting, archery), out in front (of one's competitors at war, hunting, etc.)

ŠOLONGGO MAFUTA a two-year-old deer

ŠOLONGGO SACIKŪ a pickax used for digging in frozen or very hard soil

ŠOLONTU a small-horned dragon

ŠOLONTU COHORO a spotted horse with pointed ears

ŠOMBI (-ha) 1. to scrape, to scrape off, to level off 2. to curry (livestock)

ŠONGGE INENGGI the first day of the month (lunar)

ŠONGGON see longkon

ŠONGKON the peregrine falcon (Falco peregrinus)

ŠONGKON GASHA another name of the šongkon

ŠONGKON IJA a thin-waisted insect somewhat longer than a sandfly that catches flies

ŠONGKORO another name for the longkon

ŠONUMBI to scrape together, to curry together

ŠOO KUMUN a piece of music of eight strophes that was played while the emperor returned to the palace or went to the throne room

ŠOOBOO Junior Guardian, BH 943

ŠOOFU Junior Tutor--an honorary title bestowed on meritorious officials, BH 943

ŠOOGE hard feathers at the tips of the wings

ŠOOHA heavy rope, hawser; cf. gūsu

ŠOOŠI Junior Preceptor-- an honorary title bestowed on meritorious officials, BH 943

ŠOR SEME briskly, lively, noisily

ŠOR SEME AGAMBI to rain noisily

ŠOR ŠAR (onom.) the sound of a storm, the sound of wind and rain

ŠOR ŠOR SEME (onom.) rushing, roaring

ŠORDAI the concave side of a gacuha

ŠORGIBUMBI caus./pass. of šorgimbi

ŠORGIKŪ a drill

ŠORGIMBI 1. to urge, to press 2. to drill, to bore 3. to strike in one place (of arrows) 4. to wash out, to wash away

ŠORGIME GAIMBI to exact payment (of a debt)

ŠORGINAMBI to go to urge


ŠORGINJIMBI to come to urge

ŠORHO chick

ŠORI a straw container for holding rice

ŠORIMBI to oppress (of heat)

ŠORIME HALHŪN oppressively hot

ŠORO a basket made of bamboo or small branches

ŠORO SELE a small knife without a scabbard worn at the belt

ŠORON the young of pheasants, ducks, and geese

ŠORONGGO DALANGGA a dam consisting of rock-filled baskets

ŠOSIHI see šosiki

ŠOSIKI 1. quick-tempered, irascible 2. chipmunk (Eutamius sibiricus)

ŠOSIN 1. a door catch 2. catch on a fodder knife

ŠOSITUN the North China mole

ŠOŠOBUMBI caus. of (Zombi

ŠOŠOHON 1. total, sum 2. summa, compilation, outline

ŠOŠOHON TON total number

ŠOŠOKŪ knots of hair worn by children on both sides of the head, the chignon worn by women that was often adorned with gold and silver ornaments

ŠOŠOMBI 1. to add together, to add up, to pull together 2. to make a chignon 3. to defecate (of falcons, eagles, etc.)

ŠOŠON 1. chignon, bun 2. falcon or eagle feces

ŠOŠON I WEREN an ornament made of wire worn by Manchu women in their hair

ŠOŠONGGO MAHALA an ancient-style hat worn to keep a hairdo in order

ŠOŠOSI petty officer in charge of a depository or warehouse

ŠOYOBUMBI caus. of oyombi

ŠOYOMBI to shrink, to wrinkle

ŠOYOSHŪN rather wrinkled, rather shrunken

ŠU 1. literature, culture, education, learning 2. office, bureau 3. younger brother of one's father 4. experienced, adept S. splendid, magnificent, well-ordered, beautiful 6. edible plants 7. saltpeter 8. lotus; cf. šu ilha

ŠU AKŪ uncultured, uneducated

ŠU BE BADARAMBURE TEMGETU a standard of the imperial escort with words šu be badarambure written on it

ŠU BITHE a vow written on yellow paper that was read before a deity

and then burned

ŠU ERDEMU education, enlightenment

ŠU FIYELEN essay, article

ŠU GENGGIYEN cultured and enlightened

ŠU GI ŠI see geren giltusi

ŠU I BELHEKU writing materials-- paper, brush, and ink

ŠU I ICIHIYAKŪ President of the Court of Banqueting

ŠU I SUHEN commentary

ŠU I SUIHON I BITHE ICIHIYARA KUREN an office in charge of compiling literary anthologies

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