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lofty peaks
trad. (崇山峻嶺) 崇山 峻嶺
simp. (崇山峻岭) 崇山 峻岭
variant forms 崇山峻領崇山峻领

EtymologyEdit

From the Preface to the Poems Composed at the Orchid Pavilion, by Wang Xizhi.

崇山峻嶺茂林修竹。」 [MSC, trad.][▼ expand/hide]
崇山峻岭茂林修竹。” [MSC, simp.]
From: Jin Dynasty (265–420), 王羲之 (Wang Xizhi), Preface to the Poems Composed at the Orchid Pavilion
“cǐ dì yǒu chóngshānjùnlǐng, màolínxiūzhú.” [Pinyin]
Here there are high mountains and lofty peaks; an exuberant growth of trees and bamboos.

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崇山峻嶺

  1. high mountains and lofty peaks

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