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Text Click for more information BAIYU 7.0.0.0.0.1   百喻經·認人為兄喻/1
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百喻經·認人為兄喻/1
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1 昔有一人。 Once upon a time there was a man
2 形容端正。 whose physical appearance was all straight
3 智慧具足。 and whose wisdom was short of nothing.
4 復多錢財。 Moreover he had a lot of money and property.
5 舉世人間無不稱歎。 Everyone in the world was full of praise for him.
6 時有愚人。 At the time there was a fool
7 見其如此 who saw that things were like this
8 便言:「我兄。」 and he said: "He is my elder brother."
9 所以爾者, The reason why he spoke this way
10 彼有錢財; was that the man had money and property,
11 須者則用之, and when in need he was going to use it.
12 是故為兄。 Therefore he considered him as his elder brother.
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9 The brevity here is in order to maintain the quadrisyllabic rhythm. The opposite of ENJAMBEMENT, STACCATO, comes again at a dramatic turn.
 
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2 形容 xíng - róng *ɦeŋ - ji̯oŋ 匣青平 - 以鍾平 **ɡeeŋ - k-loŋ (?) SHAPE NP physical outline and appearance, physical appearance
2 端正 duān - zhèng *tʷɑn - tɕiɛŋ 端桓平 - 章清去 **toon - tjeŋs (?) BEAUTIFUL VPi upright and proper (physical form) > be handsome, be beautiful; be in an excellent state (typically used in Buddhist sutras and in Tang vernacular literature such as HANSHAN; propably referring to symetrical and delicate features of the body) [CA]
3 具足 jù - jù *gi̯o - tsi̯o 群虞去 - 精虞去 **ɡos - tsoɡs (?) SUFFICIENT VPi be completely present; be completely taken care of/respected; be amply present, be sufficiently provided; be completely present (typically of good qualities; often referring to inherently existing features) > be perfect; be in perfectly good shape[CA]
3 智慧 zhì - huì *ʈiɛ - ɦei 知支去 - 匣齊去 **tes - ɢʷeds (?) WISE NPab psych wisdom BUDDH: (perfection of) wisdom (one of the Six Perfections of a Bodhisattva, liùdù 六度, see also bānrěbōluómì 般若波羅蜜); skr. prajñā-pāramitā [CA]
4 duō *tɑ 端歌平 **k-laal (?) HAVE vtoN st have much; have many; contain many 多金
4 fù *bɨu 並尤去 **buɡs (?) ALSO vadV also, in addition
5 人間 rén - jiān *ȵin - kɣɛn 日真平 - 見山平 **njin - kreen (?) PEOPLE NP the people of the world
5 稱歎 chēng - tàn *tɕhɨŋ - thɑn 昌蒸平 - 透寒去 **thjɯŋ - mqhlaans (?) PRAISE VPt(oN) praise a contextually determinate object N from all one's heart, praise in an innerly manner
5 舉世 jǔ - shì *ki̯ɤ - ɕiɛi 見魚上 - 書祭去 **klaʔ - lʰebs (?) WORLD NP the whole world; everyone in the whole world
5 錢財 qián - cái *dziɛn - dzəi 從仙平 - 從咍平 **dzen - (?) PROPERTY NPm monetary and other property > property, wealth
9 ěr *ȵiɛ 日支上 **mljelʔ (?) ACT vi{=vt+npro} act act in the contextually determinate manner indicated by the obligatorily-zero pronoun
11 xū *si̯o 心虞平 **so (?) NEED vt(oN) need the contextually determinate object N
11 錢財 qián - cái *dziɛn - dzəi 從仙平 - 從咍平 **dzen - (?) PROPERTY NPm monetary and other property > property, wealth
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9 9 STACCATO ARHYTHMIA in the form of the presence of a very heavy caesura within a given line/colon.
The presence of two clearly separate clauses or sentences in one line, converse of ENJAMBEMENT.
See ARHYTHMIA-INTRA-SENTENTAL
12 12 ARHYTHMIA ANOMIA in the context of PARALLELISM in which the repeated rhythm is broken.
Breaking of regular rhythm, the converse of ISOCOLON.
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