Definition of Liangs
1. liang [n] - See also: liang
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Liangs
liangs (current term)
liar liar pants on fire
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 ..."