The Hanyu Da Cidian (Unabridged Dictionary of Sinitic) (HDC) is the first large-scale comprehensive word dictionary in Chinese history to include both ancient and modern language. HDC is an excellent reference, but it is difficult to find items in it because they are arranged by radicals and residual strokes - hence the need for an alphabetical index of words. The present volume provides easy access to the more than 350, 000 multisyllabic entries found in HDC. (An alphabetical index of monosyllabic entries is already available.) It uses Hanyu Pinyin to provide phonetic annotation for the character entries, which enables the user to locate them alphabetically.cunfu 179 cArnshou cunfAr tAs^ 4-760A cunfAr tAsNo 4-762E cunfu tAs3Ap 4-760A cunfAr tAsA¼ 4-764B cArnfA¹ ff E 4-191E cunfA¹^AmAm 4-191B cunfA¹lAnotA3i:;g4-760A cunfusAozi tAs^ fSAs 4-760A cunfuzitAs^cAs 4-760A cungAl tAs9fc 4-766A cungelAmfA¹ tAsffMAS 4-763Aanbsp;...
|Title||:||An Alphabetical Index to the Hanyu Da Cidian|
|Author||:||Victor H. Mair|
|Publisher||:||University of Hawaii Press - 2003|