Mencius

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English[edit]

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Etymology[edit]

From Latin Mencius, from Mandarin 孟子 (Mèngzǐ).

Proper noun[edit]

Mencius

  1. Chinese philosopher, follower of Confucius (?372 - 289 B.C.E., or 385 - 303/302 B.C.E.)
  2. A collection of anecdotes and conversations of the philosopher by the same name.

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Preceded by the definite article (the) when distinguishing the book from the philosopher.

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