Yue

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Yue or Yueh (Yüeh) /ˈjuː/ may refer to:

Locations[edit]

  • Guangdong, abbreviated 粵 Yuè, province of China
  • Nanyue, ancient kingdom
  • Yue in Yue Nan: 越南 (Vietnam)
  • Zhejiang, abbreviated 越 Yuè, a province of China

Language[edit]

  • Yue Chinese, Chinese language used primarily in southern part of China such as Guangdong, Guangxi, Hainan, Hong Kong, and Macau that includes and is commonly conflated with Cantonese. (Yue more accurately describes a broader category: Yue Chinese—see above)
  • Yuè, a common Chinese given name. It could be 悦 (happy), or 越 (beyond), 玥 (precious stone), or 月 (moon).

Groups[edit]

  • Baiyue, a collection of ancient peoples in coastal southern China.
    • Shanyue, a tribe resided in the Yue area during Han Dynasty.

States[edit]

  • Yue (state), a state in modern northern Zhejiang during the Spring and Autumn Period
  • Minyue, an ancient kingdom located at modern Fujian.
  • Nanyue, an ancient kingdom consisted of modern Guangdong, Guangxi, Yunnan, and northern Vietnam
  • Wuyue, a state in modern Zhejiang during the Five Dynasties and Ten Kingdoms Period

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