開府儀同三司

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Chinese[edit]

be allowed to create one's own secretariat. an honorary title in ancient China, the title holder enjoys the same honors as the three national-level ministers
trad. (開府儀同三司) 開府 儀同三司
simp. (开府仪同三司) 开府 仪同三司
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Pronunciation[edit]


Noun[edit]

開府儀同三司

  1. (historical) an honorary title in ancient China.

Descendants[edit]

Sino-Xenic (開府儀同三司):

Japanese[edit]

Kanji in this term
かい
Grade: 3

Grade: 4

Grade: S
どう
Grade: 2
さん
Grade: 1

Grade: 4
on’yomi kan’yōon on’yomi

Etymology[edit]

Compound of 開府 (kaifu, establishing one's office) +‎ 儀同三司 (Gidō-sanshi, vice-grand minister” in Japan, “honorary title in same honors as the sānsī”‎ in China‎).

Noun[edit]

開府儀同三司 (hiragana かいふぎどうさんし, rōmaji Kaifu Gidō-sanshi)

  1. (historical) in China, a official consented by the 三公 (sankō, sāngōng, three highest ranking officials in the imperial court) to establish an office
  2. (historical) Synonym of 准大臣 (Jun-daijin): title of an honorary grand minister equal to a vice-daijin; in the same honors between the 内大臣 (naidaijin, minister of the center) and the 大納言 (dainagon, upper counselor)
  3. (historical) Tang-dynasty equivalent of 従一位 (ju ichi-i): a nobleman of the junior first-rank under the 律令 (Ritsuryō) system

Vietnamese[edit]

Hán tự in this term

Noun[edit]

開府儀同三司

  1. Hán tự form of khai phủ nghi đồng tam ty ((historical) an honorary title in ancient Vietnam).