Yang

Chinese - The positive, light, dry, hot, male. Principle, representing creation, dominance and heaven, as opposed to the female principle, Yin. The symbol for Yang is a short undivided line. Referred to as Yang, In-Yo, In-Yo, Chinese Yin, Hindu Sri Yantra, Tibetan Yab-Tum, Yin, Yin, Yang, 'dark', Japanese Yo, Tibetan Yum or Yin-Yang.
Korean - An ancestral hero. Yang, together with Ko and Pu, emerged from the earth and survived by hunting. A box which they found on the shore contained three princesses and a number of domestsic animals. The three men each married a princess and, determining the site of their new homes by shooting arrows, settled down and founded three clans. Sometimes referred to as Yang, In-Yo, In-Yo, Chinese Yin, Hindu Sri Yantra, Tibetan Yab-Tum, Yin, Yin, Yang, 'dark', Japanese Yo, Tibetan Yum or Yin-Yang.
Korean - The male principle, as opposed to the female principle, Um. In some lore, occasionally identified as Yang, In-Yo, In-Yo, Chinese Yin, Hindu Sri Yantra, Tibetan Yab-Tum, Yin, Yin, Yang, 'dark', Japanese Yo, Tibetan Yum or Yin-Yang.

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