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Le Grand Ricci (7 vols) by The Ricci Institute

Le Grand Ricci (7 vols) by The Ricci Institute

This work contains 13,500 single characters and 300,000 Chinese expressions, spanning seven volumes and 9,000 pages. 2001.

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ISBN:2-220-04667-2


The study includes approximately 2,000 characters present at the origin of Chinese writing – the “oracular” inscriptions found on tortoise shells and oxen shoulder blades (starting in 1500 B.C.) and the shapes engraved on bronze vessels (Zhou dynasty.) The study then presents the successive meanings of the characters in the Classical Books. The etymological analysis is based on a selection of works, starting with the Book of History (Shu Jing) and the Book of Odes (Shi Jing) and ending with the dictionary of the second century A.D., the Shuowen Jiezi. These are the ANCIENT USAGES.


For each of the 13,500 characters, the translations are richly annotated. The meanings range from the general to the specific; the French equivalents are precise and critical. They cover the development of the Chinese language across the centuries with their evolution and new usages up to the present.


The entries are subdivided according to the different possible pronunciations of the character.

 

This work contains 13,500 single characters and 300,000 Chinese expressions, spanning seven volumes and 9,000 pages. Covering some 200 branches of knowledge (astronomy, aeronautics, chemistry, biology, finance, law, philosophy, art, literature...), the Grand Ricci constitutes of a genuine encyclopedia of the language, history, customs, culture and thought of China from ancient times to the present day. Composed of two or several characters, the “words” are the fabric of the Chinese language. They are meticulously explained and are richly translated. While they extensively cover the modern Chinese language, they also include historical and technical aspects of Chinese knowledge and culture.

 

利氏漢法辭典 Le Grand Ricci

-- 最完備的外語辭典世界上第一部最大規模的漢法辭典 --

共七大冊,加上《索引補編》,約九千頁, 一萬三千五百個漢字及三十萬個詞組, 唯一收錄漢字古典用法、書寫方式與現代用法的辭典, 辭典尺寸27cm × 27cm

源起

利氏學社 (Les Instituts Ricci)負責編纂《利氏漢法辭典》Le Grand Ricci,歷經了五十年辛苦的耕耘,在耶穌會士以及各方專家孜孜不倦的努力下,克服多重的困難,終於讓《利氏漢法辭典》在千禧年問世。這也是傳教士們對中西文化交流的推動,再次貢獻心力。這部大字典的規模,可說是史無先例。

辭典介紹

《利氏漢法辭典》收錄了13500個漢語單字,是瞭解中國語言及文化的重要工具。其中有兩千個字要追溯到現今被發現最早期的文字:計有甲骨文──占卜用的銘文,通常刻在龜殼、牛的肩胛骨(始於1500B.C.),以及刻在商周青銅器上的金文。另外,我們還標示這些文字在古籍代表的涵意,及其字義的轉變。

 

辭典的13500個字義,每一條都附有詳細的說明、釋義,這些說明涵蓋一般的字及特殊的用法。漢字對應的法文字,選用上都很精確。在說明字義的同時,也列出漢字的演變,包括書寫體的改變,從古至今字義的轉變,以及文字的用法。

 

每一頁均有下述資料:(1)字的不同發音;(2)部首和筆畫;(3)常用字、出現頻率;(4)單字有另一種發音時該字之字義;(5)共有八種不同的拼音方式;(6)該頁所有的單字,繁體簡體並列;(7)字的不同寫法;(8)單字所屬學門/範疇;(9)單字之序號,以便利檢索辨識;(10)重要的字義、註釋以粗體字標明;(11)若該字有其他聲調,但字義仍相同,亦會標示;(12)方言用法;(13)同義字;(14)單字的主要發音之字義分析;(15)單字於西元二世紀前的古書用法,以及《說文解字》的註釋;(16)單字在商朝或周朝金文的字義和寫法,並註明其書體(甲骨文、金文);(17)甲骨文的寫法,原始字義的分析。

 

每個字所屬之特定字義,均加註學門或類別,並標明使用情境(如禮貌用法、常用、口語、粗俗、貶抑等),及單字之舊式/作廢的用法或字義,至於文體(如正式、文學、書信體等)也會在字典中加以註明。若單字可當成姓氏使用,也會特別標示出來。

 

辭典的編排依據漢字的發音規則採衛氏羅馬拼音(Wade romanization),或稱「國語羅馬字」,另附注音符號查閱。每一頁上緣的頁角,同時標示國際通用的漢語拼音系統。

 

要使用這部辭典,也可藉助《索引補篇》。

《索引補篇》中有許多的檢索對照表,用來輔助辭典的使用,包括:使用及體例說明、略語及學門的檢索說明、衛氏拼音與通用拼音的交互對照表、衛氏拼音與法語拼音(E.F.E.O.)交互對照表、注音符號與魏氏拼音交互對照表、康熙部首檢索與新式部首檢索交互對照表、部首檢索表、總筆畫檢索表、衛氏拼音檢索表、通用拼音檢索表、繁體字簡體字對照表(依繁體字筆畫排列)、難檢字索引、筆畫與衛氏拼音檢索表。

 

《利氏漢法辭典》Le Grand Ricci涵蓋兩百個學門(天文、太空、化學、生物、金融、法律、哲學、藝術、文學等),共計九千頁,除了放進《利氏漢法大字典》原有的一萬三千五百個漢字以外,並收錄三十萬個詞組,可說是中國古代至今的語文、歷史、風俗習慣、文化的大型百科全書。詞組是中國語文的主要結構,由一個字或多個字組成。詞組的註解均條列分明,除了現代漢語的用法以外,還有古典、科技方面的用法也在其列。我們還特別就中國的世界觀、宇宙觀,特別是在天文、音樂、星象(五行、曆法等)方面多加關注。如此一來,辭典兼顧了語文的各個面向,並根據語言或文化的內涵,分門別類加以註釋。

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