Confucius

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Etymology

From Confucius, from Mandarin 孔夫子 (Kǒng Fūzǐ) "Master Kong".

Pronunciation

  • (US) /kənˈfju.ʃəs/

Proper noun

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  1. Western name of Kong Qiu (孔丘), an influential Chinese philosopher who lived 551 Template:B.C.E. – 479 Template:B.C.E..
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    French

    Etymology

    From Confucius, from Mandarin 孔夫子 (Kǒng Fūzǐ) "Master Kong".

    Proper noun

    Confucius

    1. Confucius

    Latin

    Alternative forms

    Etymology

    From Mandarin 孔夫子 (Kǒng Fūzǐ) "Master Kong".

    Pronunciation

    Proper noun

    Template:La-noun

    1. Confucius
      • 1687: Philippe Couplet, Confucius, Sinarum Philosophus
        CUM FU CU, ſive Confucius quem Sinenſes uti Principem Philoſophiæ ſuæ ſequuntur, ...
      • 1698: Johann Jacob Hofmann, Lexicon Universale
        CONFUTIUS, dictus Socrates Sinenſis, tum quia huic σύγχρονος, tum quia morum imprimis Doctrinam excoluit.et:Confucius

    fr:Confucius la:Confucius hu:Confucius pl:Confucius ru:Confucius zh:Confucius

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