ch'i

Chinese - Breath, which developed in the T'ai. Shih period: the Immortal Principle. Occasionally called ch'i, ch'i-lin, ch'i-lin, ch'i, Chinese unicorn, dragon-horse, horse-dragon, lin, Lu, piao, po, To Fu, Chinese Unicorn, dragonhorse, kylin, lin, lu, pai, ma, poh, Japanese kirin or Tibetan serou.
Chinese - The male unicorn. Also called ch'i, ch'i-lin, ch'i-lin, ch'i, Chinese unicorn, dragon-horse, horse-dragon, lin, Lu, piao, po, To Fu, Chinese Unicorn, dragonhorse, kylin, lin, lu, pai, ma, poh, Japanese kirin or Tibetan serou.

Ch'i

Chinese - Son of YĆ¼. He rode up to heaven on two dragons and returned with the gift of music for all mankind. On occassion, known as Ch'i, ch'i-lin, ch'i-lin, ch'i, Chinese unicorn, dragon-horse, horse-dragon, lin, Lu, piao, po, To Fu, ch'i, Chinese Unicorn, dragonhorse, kylin, lin, lu, pai, ma, poh, Japanese kirin or Tibetan serou.
Chinese - The passive principle, opposed to li. Ch'i and li combined to give Yin and Yang. At times, referred to as ch'i, ch'i-lin, ch'i-lin, ch'i, Chinese unicorn, dragon-horse, horse-dragon, lin, Lu, piao, po, To Fu, Chinese Unicorn, dragonhorse, kylin, lin, lu, pai, ma, poh, Japanese kirin or Tibetan serou.

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