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Structure of the Kangxi dictionary : title of each part ?
Hello, I need chinese help to complet the english article en:Kangxi Dictionary (康熙字典). Can you help me to complete the Structure, I already see the page number using 康熙字典網上版 Kangxi Dictionary Net Version, but I need the title of each part.
So, using 康熙字典網上版, please help me to complete this :
- ? : p.1 to 6 (《御製序》)
- ? : p.7 to 12 (《凡例》)
- ? : p.13 to 40 (《等韻》)
- List of old radicals : p.24 to 26
- List of Kangxi radicals : p.41 to 49 (《總目》)
- List of character which are moving to an other radical (?) : p.50 to 66.
- ? : p.66 to 70
- ? : p.70/71
- ? : p.73/74
- The dictionary part start with the radical 一, one : p.75 to 1631
- ? : p.75 to 1538
- List of [214 kangxi ?] radicals : p.1539 to 1544 《補遺》
- ? : p.1545 to 1576
- List of [214 kangxi ?] radicals : p.1577 to 1583 《備考》
- ? : p.1585 to 1631
- Other explanations :
- ? : p.1633/34/35
- ? : p.1637 to 1683
Yug 20:52 2006年6月12日 (UTC)
- J'aime vous aider... mais non maintenant--鄧啟昌 03:33 2006年6月13日 (UTC)
- Dane by me , please check them! --方洪渐 01:48 2006年6月14日 (UTC)
I moved this to "Kangxi dictionary" (notice lowercase 'd'), as I don't see the reason 'd' has to be capitalized. Please just let me know if I am missing something. -- Taku 22:45, May 23, 2005 (UTC)
Move. This is a book. Its title should be capitalized. I really cannot understand why User:TakuyaMurata moved it to lowercase at 22:44, 23 May 2005. See Wikipedia:Naming conventions (books) and Wikipedia:Naming conventions (capitalization). --Neo-Jay (talk) 04:53, 12 December 2007 (UTC)
- Moved as it's a proper noun and is therefore capitalized. ···日本穣? · Talk to Nihonjoe 05:47, 12 December 2007 (UTC)
- I honestly can't recall why I moved the article :) Perhaps I was mistaken. Maybe I was trying to follow some kind of a guideline other than mentioned above, but if that was the case, I should have left some kind of note on the reasoning for the move. In any rate, I agree with the move. -- Taku (talk) 06:11, 12 December 2007 (UTC)
Hi, this article says:
- "The dictionary contains more than 47,000 characters (including obscure, variant, rare, and archaic characters) but less than a quarter of these characters are now in common use."
From this I deduce that the number of characters in common use is less than 11,750, but not drastically so, and certainly more than 9,400 otherwise the text would refer to a fifth not a quarter. Are there really this many characters in common use? 22.214.171.124 (talk) 23:56, 10 August 2011 (UTC)