This article discusses the relevance between first names and courtesy names of the seven characters in Zuo Zhuan & Shi Ji. The following eight characters: Yōng Wū, his courtesy name is ＂Yì-yá＂ (from Zuo Zhuan); Guó cān's is ＂Zi-sī＂ (from Zuo Zhuan); both Yàn Jí & Kŏng Jí's is ＂Zi-sī＂ and Yuán Xiàn's is ＂Zì-sī＂ (from Shi Ji); Lè Hùn's is ＂Zi-míng＂ (from Zuo Zhuan); Shí Zuò-shŭ'ss is ＂Zi-míng＂ (from Shi Ji). The relevance between first names and courtesy names of these eight characters is synonymous meaning such as Yōng Wū; or it is similar meaning like Guó cān, Yàn Jí, Kŏng Jí and Yuán Xiàn; moreover, it is opposite meaning, for instance, Lè Hùn and Shí Zuò-shŭ.
|Translated title of the contribution||The Discussion on Seven Characters in Zuo Zhuan & Shi Ji by Their First Names & Courtesy Names|
|Original language||Chinese (Traditional)|
|Number of pages||28|
|Journal||漢學研究集刊 = Journal of Chinese Studies|
|Publication status||Published - 2021 Dec 1|