Ji

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Borrowed from Mandarin () via Hanyu Pinyin.

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Ji

  1. (historical) An ancient settlement in northeastern China within modern Beijing
  2. (historical) The state which it ruled
  3. (historical) Yan, a later state and city at the same location

Etymology 2[edit]

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Borrowed from Mandarin () via Hanyu Pinyin.

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Ji

  1. A county of Linfen, Shanxi, China.
    • 1985, Frank Leeming, Rural China Today[1], Longman, →ISBN, LCCN 83-25617, OCLC 240201015, page 126:
      At a brigade in Ji county in south-eastern Shanxi, not really in mountain country, yields per mou were raised from 56 jin to 194 jin during the 1970s.
    • 2010, Dong Huai, “Hukou Waterfall”, in Discovering China: 50 Amazing Places in China[2], Better Link Press, →ISBN, OCLC 966048553, OL 26065463M, page 52:
      Subject of poetry, art and legend, Hukou Waterfall is the second largest falls in China, located on the Yellow River, between Ji County, Shanxi Province and Yichuan County, Shaanixi[sic – meaning Shaanxi] Provine[sic – meaning Province].
    • [2020 September 23, Zhu, Bochen, “Apple farming in N China embraces long-term sustainability”, in China Internet Information Center[3], archived from the original on 23 September 2020:
      Apple orchards in the city of Linfen, north China's Shanxi province, have been making steady progress toward a model of sustainable farming, helping create important economic opportunities for local farmers.
      The orchards are situated in Jixian county, an area well-known for its history of agriculture.
      ]
    • 2021 July 5, Muyu Xu; Shivani Singh, “China approves a $55 mln gas pipeline in northern China”, in Louise Heavens, editor, Reuters[4], archived from the original on 05 July 2021, Energy:
      The 34.2 kilometre (21.3 mile) pipeline, which will be built by Qinjin Natural Gas Co, is designed to have annual gas transmission capacity of 3.3 billion cubic metres and connect Ji county in Shanxi and Yichuan county in Shaanxi.
    • For more quotations using this term, see Citations:Ji.
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