From: Richard Cook (email@example.com)
Date: Sun Oct 12 2003 - 11:15:05 CST
Also, the Chinese names (for hexagrams and tetragrams) are in the
original proposals, copies here:
On Saturday, Oct 11, 2003, at 15:55 US/Pacific, Richard Cook wrote:
> The English TXJ names come from Michael Nylan's book. You'll have to
> find that book to learn what she meant. Or better, get a copy of the
> Chinese original. -Richard
> On Saturday, Oct 11, 2003, at 13:28 US/Pacific, Patrick Andries wrote:
>> Would anyone know where I could find some background information
>> on the
>> Tai Xuan Symbols (U+1D300-U+1D356)? Any JTC1/SC2 document? The Chinese
>> I'm having problem understanding a lot of names in this block. For
>> instance :
>> What does "watch" mean in U+1D344? Timepiece? Period of
>> duty? A
>> guardsman? A division of the night?
>> What does "aggravation" mean in U+1D351 ? Worsening ?
>> What does "compliance" mean in U+1D352 ? Acceptance,
>> conformity or
>> submission ?
>> P. A.
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