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|Title: ||《龍龕手鏡》與佛典經音、音義音切之比較;“Long Kan Shou Jian” And Buddhist scripture yin, yin yi Yin cie Comparatively|
|Authors: ||林依慶;LIN, YI-CHING|
|Keywords: ||龍龕手鏡;佛典音義;P.2172;郭迻;切身;Long Kan Shou Jian;Buddhist scripture Yin yi;P.2172;Guo Yi;cie shen|
|Issue Date: ||2019-09-03 12:29:25 (UTC+8)|
|Abstract: ||《龍龕手鏡》（以下簡稱《龍鏡》）作者釋行均字廣濟，為遼代僧人，對於文字、音韻有所研究， 見傳抄至當時的佛經翻譯諸本多所訛誤，遂耗時5年，收錄26430餘字，於統和15年（997年）7月1日由燕臺憫忠寺僧人智光寫序，完成本書。|
;“Long Kan Shou Jian” ( Hereinafter referred to as “Long Jian” ) written by Shih Sing Jyun. His nickmane is Guan Gji is a monk in Liao Dynasty. He research text and rhyme. He read the copy to Buddhist translation of many errors, so he wrote a book that including more than 26430 words took five years, in the united and 15 years (997) July 1 by the Yantai Menzhong Temple monk Zhiguang scripted sequence.
“Long Jian” is the purpose to study the Buddhist scriptures by the word book, including many foreign characters, colloquial characters and transliteration words, for the correction of the study of Buddhist literature and Dunhuang writing for the use of words, can be called a practical tool book. The focus and results of the academic research “Long Jian” mainly focus on philology.
“Long Jian” tone and about the same official rhyme book “Guang Yun”(1008) is different. If you take the Buddhist scripture yin and Buddhist scripture yin yi, there are many corresponding pronunciations. It coincides with the purpose of studying the Buddhist scripture. It has become the focus of this paper to spy on the excavation.
This paper hopes to explore the “Guang Yun” closer to the Buddhist scripture/Sangha system or the flow the Chinese Classic System of Qie Yun series rhyme ( like “Guang Yun”) by contrasting with the Buddhist scriptures and the Buddhist scripture yin yi, and comparing the tone of “Guang Yun”.
“Long Jian” is compared with P.2172 ”Da Bo Nie Pan Jing Yin” straight tones are mostly the same. “Long Jian” is almost the same as “Guo Yi’s Jinyin”. In addition, mantra /incantation needs Cie shen. Although ”Guang Yun” is not included, it is still the scope of this article. Through the exploration of this paper, this three-part “Long Jian” is closer to the Buddhist scripture/Sangha system.
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