Definition of Liangs

1. liang [n] - See also: liang



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Liangs

liage
liaise
liaised
liaises
liaising
liaisons
lialson
liana
lianas
liandratite
liane
lianes
liang
liangle
liangs (current term)
lianoid
liar
liar's mortgage
liar liar pants on fire
liard
liards
liars
liart
lias
liase
liases
liason
lib

Literary usage of Liangs

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Gems of Chinese Literature by Herbert Allen Giles (1884)
"When the Prince of Chin lay on his death-bed, he took three arrows and handed them to his son, saying, "The liangs are my foes. The Prince of Yen treats me ..."

2. A Chinese Biographical Dictionary by Herbert Allen Giles (1898)
"In 911 he inflicted a severe defeat upon the forces of the liangs (see Liu Shou-kuang), and in 919 accompanied the Prince upon a campaign along the ..."

3. Report and Transactions by Guernsey Society of Natural Science and Local Research (1900)
"Notes on the Synonymy of the North American Mink, with description of a new sub-species, liy Outram liangs. On the Colour and Colour-patterns of Moths and ..."

4. Ivanhoe: A Romance by Walter Scott (1900)
"... bridal-veil liangs over thy face; deign to raise it, and let me 3!Xi see the features of which fame speaks so highly." "They are scarce worthy of being ..."

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