Definition of Trigrams

1. Noun. (plural of trigram) ¹



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Definition of Trigrams

1. trigram [n] - See also: trigram

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Trigrams

trigonum nervi vagi
trigonum olfactorium
trigonum omoclaviculare
trigonum omotracheale
trigonum palati
trigonum sternocostale
trigonum submandibulare
trigonum submentale
trigonum ventriculi
trigonum vesicae
trigos
trigram
trigramin
trigrammatic
trigrammic
trigrams (current term)
trigraph
trigraphic
trigraphs
trigs
trigyn
trigynia
trigynous
trihalide
trihalides
trihalogenomethane
trihalomethane
trihalomethanes
trihedra
trihedral

Literary usage of Trigrams

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1. The Sacred Books of China: The Texts of Confucianism by Confucius, James Legge (1899)
"They contemplated the changes in the divided and undivided lines (by the process of manipulating the stalks), and formed the trigrams; from the movements ..."

2. The Sacred Books of China: The Texts of Confucianism by James Legge (1882)
"They contemplated the changes in the divided and undivided lines (by the process of manipulating the stalks), and formed the trigrams ; from the movements ..."

3. The Natural Philosophy of Chu Hsi (1130-1200) by Yung Sik Kim (2000)
"62 Chu Hsi believed that once the trigrams and hexagrams were drawn up in this manner, they were viewed as representing various things and events of the ..."

4. The Monist by Hegeler Institute (1905)
"The trigrams consisting of three yang lines are called the unalloyed yang, ... The three sons represented by the trigrams containing only one yang ..."

5. Chinese Thought: An Exposition of the Main Characteristic Features of the by Paul Carus (1907)
"The trigrams consisting of three yang lines are called the unalloyed yang, ... The three sons are represented by the trigrams containing only one yang; ..."

6. Folklore by Folklore Society (Great Britain) (1903)
"From these trigrams and the movements of the heavenly bodies Fuh-hi prepared ... The eight trigrams are possibly a record of all possible throws with three ..."

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