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Maps of Wutai Shan
Wen-shing Chou, Hunter College, City University of New York
JIATS, no. 6 (December 2011), THL #T5713, pp. 372-388
Glossary (pp. 384-386)

Glossary

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Note: The glossary is organized into sections according to the main language of each entry. The first section contains Tibetan words organized in Tibetan alphabetical order. To jump to the entries that begin with a particular Tibetan root letter, click on that letter below. Columns of information for all entries are listed in this order: THL Extended Wylie transliteration of the term, THL Phonetic rendering of the term, the English translation, the Sanskrit equivalent, the Chinese equivalent, other equivalents such as Mongolian or Latin, and the type of term. To view the glossary sorted by any one of these rubrics, click on the corresponding label (such as “Phonetics”) at the top of its column.

Ka | Ga | Ja | Tha | Da | Ba | A | Chinese | Sanskrit | Other
Ka
Extended WyliePhoneticsEnglishSanskritChineseOtherType
karma pa Karmapa    Person 
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Ga
Extended WyliePhoneticsEnglishSanskritChineseOtherType
dge slong lhun grub Gelong Lhundrup  Gelong Longzhu  Person 
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Ja
Extended WyliePhoneticsEnglishSanskritChineseOtherType
jo nang Jonang    Organization 
rje btsun 'jam pa'i dbyangs kyi gnas la bstod pa dwangs gsal mdzes pa'i me long Beautiful Clear Mirror: A Praise to Lord Manjughosha's Abode    Text 
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Tha
Extended WyliePhoneticsEnglishSanskritChineseOtherType
thub bstan rgya mtsho     Person 
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Da
Extended WyliePhoneticsEnglishSanskritChineseOtherType
de bzhin gshegs pa     Person 
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Ba
Extended WyliePhoneticsEnglishSanskritChineseOtherType
dbu chen block print script    Term 
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A
Extended WyliePhoneticsEnglishSanskritChineseOtherType
om mani padme hum     Term 
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Chinese
Extended WyliePhoneticsEnglishSanskritChineseOtherType
   Beijing  Publication Place 
   Chan  Organization 
 Cifu Temple  Cifu si  Monastery 
   Haikou Shi  Publication Place 
 History of Mongolian and Tibetan Buddhism  Mengzang fojiao shi  Text 

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 New Year woodblock prints  nianhua  Term 
   Pusa Ding  Building 
   Putuo shan  Place 
 Imperial Gazetteer of Qingliang shan  Qinding Qingliang shan zhi  (欽定清涼山志) Text 
   Qing  Dynasty 
 New Qingliang shan Gazetteer  Qingliang shan xin zhi  (清涼山新志) Text 
 Qingliang shan Gazetteer  Qingliang shan zhi  (清涼山志) Text 
 sun  ri  Term 
  mahāsattva saduo  (薩埵) Term 
 Mahāsattva’s Cliff  Saduo yai  (薩埵崖) Place 
   Shanxi  Place 
   Wang Shucun  Person 
 Cave of Mañjuśrī  Wenshu dong  Place 
   Wutai shan  Place 
 Western Terrace  Xi Tai  (西臺) Place 
 moon  yue  Term 
 Popular Prints of Pre-modern China  Zhongguo gudai minsu banhua  Text 
 Collected works of Chinese folk legends: Shanxi Province  Zhongguo minjian guoshi jicheng: Shanxi Juan  Text 
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Sanskrit
Extended WyliePhoneticsEnglishSanskritChineseOtherType
  Avalokiteśvara Guanyin  Buddhist deity 
  Mañjuśrī Wenshu  Buddhist deity 
  Śakyamuni   Buddhist deity 
  Tāranātha   Person 
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Other
Extended WyliePhoneticsEnglishSanskritChineseOtherType
    Jebdzundamba (mon.) Person 
    Ulaanbaatar (mon.) Place 

Note Citation for Page

Wen-shing Chou, “Maps of Wutai Shan: Individuating the Sacred Landscape through Color,” Journal of the International Association of Tibetan Studies, no. 6 (December 2011): , http://www.thlib.org?tid=T5713 (accessed ).

Note Citation for Whole Article

Wen-shing Chou, “Maps of Wutai Shan: Individuating the Sacred Landscape through Color,” Journal of the International Association of Tibetan Studies, no. 6 (December 2011): 372-388, http://www.thlib.org?tid=T5713 (accessed ).

Bibliography Citation

Chou, Wen-shing. “Maps of Wutai Shan: Individuating the Sacred Landscape through Color.” Journal of the International Association of Tibetan Studies, no. 6 (December 2011): 372-388. http://www.thlib.org?tid=T5713 (accessed ).