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金屋藏娇

MandarinEdit

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trad.

EtymologyEdit

Literally: to keep (Empress Chen) Jiao (inside one's) golden house

  1. ^ August 27, 156 BCE
  2. ^ a small state in present day Shandong Province
  3. ^ Emperor Wu of Han's aunt
  4. ^ Empress Chen Jiao, the daughter of Princess Liu Piao (A-Jiao is informal, similar to how we say Suzy instead of Susan in English)

IdiomEdit

金屋藏娇 (simplified, Pinyin jīnwū cáng jiāo, traditional 金屋藏嬌)

  1. To take a concubine or wife.
  2. to keep a mistress in a tucked away in a luxurious house or apartment + # To keep a mistress in a tucked away in a luxurious house or apartment.

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