律诗 (律詩) lǜshī

lǜshī noun regulated verse; lushi
Domain: Literature 文学 , Subdomain: China , Concept: Genre 体裁
Notes: Literally, 'regulated poem,' lushi is a form of jinti shi 近体诗 poetry that first arose in the Tang. A lushi poem has eight lines, each of five or seven syllables (Idema and Haft 1997, p. 124; Wikipedia '律诗').

Word is mentioned most frequently in

Truncated for common words

  • Scroll 6 Record of the Teaching and Practices of Siming (Siming Zunzhe Jiao Xing Lu) 四明尊者教行錄 — count: 3
  • Scroll 17 Tan Jin Wenji 鐔津文集 — count: 1
  • Scroll 1 Xu Qingliang Chuan 續清涼傳 — count: 1
  • Scroll 7 Song Biographies of Eminent Monks 宋高僧傳 — count: 1 , has English translation
  • Scroll 1 Tan Jin Wenji 鐔津文集 — count: 1
  • Scroll 21 A Chronicle of Buddhism in China 佛祖統紀 — count: 1 , has English translation

Collocations

  • 古律诗 (古律詩) 喜為古律詩 — A Chronicle of Buddhism in China 佛祖統紀, Scroll 21 — count: 3
  • 吟律诗 (吟律詩) 謹吟律詩一章奉寄四明禮師教主 — Record of the Teaching and Practices of Siming (Siming Zunzhe Jiao Xing Lu) 四明尊者教行錄, Scroll 6 — count: 2
  • 律诗一 (律詩一) 謹吟律詩一章奉寄四明禮師教主 — Record of the Teaching and Practices of Siming (Siming Zunzhe Jiao Xing Lu) 四明尊者教行錄, Scroll 6 — count: 2