yin

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İngilizce - Türkçe
Çin felsefesine göre hayatın aslını oluşturan dişil elaman
Türkçe - Türkçe
çin'de, iç Moğolistan özerk yönetim bölgesinde dağ sırası
TA'YİN
(Osmanlı Dönemi) Tayın, erzak
TA'YİN
(Osmanlı Dönemi) Yerini belli etmek
TA'YİN
(Osmanlı Dönemi) Vazifeye göndermek, vazifelendirmek
TA'YİN
(Osmanlı Dönemi) Ayırmak
İBKAEN TA'YİN
(Osmanlı Dönemi) İşinden ayrılan bir memuru tekrar eski işine getirme
İngilizce - İngilizce
The number one, primarily used in Scotland and Ulster
The essential female principle in some Eastern religions and philosophies
{i} feminine force or principle in the universe according to Chinese philosophy that is said to represent darkness and passivity
The soft, female, dark, or negative principle of nature (Chinese)
"Passive" or "negative" One of the fundamental metaphysical elements of yin-yang whose balance is believed to be the center of existence
A Chinese weight of 2⅔ pounds
the essential female principle in eastern religion or philosophy
represents cool and the substance of the body, including blood and bodily fluids that nurture and moisten the organs and tissues
The Chinese concept of negative energy and forces in the universe and human body Acupuncture is believed to remove yin imbalances and bring the body into balance
one
The receptive aspect of the universe that expresses itself in silence darkness, coolness and rest The receptive aspect of the universe that expresses itself in silence darkness, coolness and rest
(yin) and yang (yahng) - The Dao School believes that everything contains opposite forces of yin and yang which are mutually exclusive, yet interdependent, e g female (yin) vs male (yang), front of the body (yin) vs back of the body (yang)
More passive energy Some yin qualities are coldness, wetness, stillness and sinking down
n. The passive, female cosmic principle in Chinese dualistic philosophy. the female principle in Chinese philosophy which is inactive, dark, and negative, and which combines with yang (=the male principle) to influence everything in the world. Yin ch'uan Yin dynasty yin yang
the dark negative feminine principle in Chinese dualistic cosmology; "the interaction of yin and yang maintains the harmony of the universe
and Yangare the cornerstones for understanding, diagnosing, and treating the body and mind in the traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) All the other theories and concepts of traditional Chinese medicine are nothing other than an elaboration of Yin and Yang They are metaphorical images used to express the constantly transforming interactions
in the context of light, yin represents the shade or darkness
Receptive energy one aspect of the complimentary opposites in Chinese philosophy It reflects more passive, still, reflective aspects
the dark negative feminine principle in Chinese dualistic cosmology; "the interaction of yin and yang maintains the harmony of the universe"
Yin is a word meaning one It is more widespread in its distribution than either ane or wan, being used in most of Scotland with the exception of the North Let's see the ither yin again yin o life's great mysteries Youse yins will have tae wait
"Passive" or "negative " One of the fundamental metaphysical elements of yin-yang whose balance is believed to be the center of existence
Yin means soft, feminine, giving and passive
stillness; impurity; autumn; the moon; the ordinary person; female; heavy Compare with yang
yin-yang
A circular symbol consisting of a white and black droplet (☯), representing the fusion of the concepts of yin and yang
yin yang
In East Asian thought, the two complementary forces or principles that make up all aspects and phenomena of life. Yin is earth, female, dark, passive, and absorbing; it is present in even numbers and in valleys and streams and is represented by the tiger, the colour orange, and a broken line. Yang is heaven, male, light, active, and penetrating; it is present in odd numbers and mountains and is represented by the dragon, the colour azure, and an unbroken line. Together they express the interdependence of opposites
Yin Mandarin for moon
the yin is the receptive, passive, negative, feminine force that joins with the yang to comprise everything in the universe
yin and yang
Chinese words for complementary and opposite forces that make up the life force (Qi)
yin and yang
existence of a universal balance of opposite and complementary principles (Chinese Philosophy)
yin and yang
A dualistic philosophy of passive and active, good and bad, light and dark, positive and negative, male and female, etc , and that they are in opposition, each is part of the whole and works together
yin and yang
the ancient Chinese philosophy which is based on the idea that everything in the universe is formed and influenced by the combination of two forces called yin and yang
yin and yang
Represented in one of the most widely-known symbols from Chinese culture, the concept of Yin and Yang lies at the heart of most of the arts of Kung Fu Represented as a circle divided between a dark half and a light, the Taiji symbol represents two mutually complementary forces in nature: Yin, the force characterized as dark, cold, stillness, passiveness and potential; and Yang, the force characterized as light, warmth, action, agressiveness and expression
yin and yang
– Chinese words for complementary and opposite forces that make up the life force (Qi)
yin and yang
Yin is still, Yang moves Yin is cold, Yang is hot Yin is solid, Yang is active Yin is inside, Yang is outside These ideas help to understand a diagnosis and treatment in Traditional Chinese Medicine
yin and yang
Part of Chinese Taoism or philosophy These are inseparable components of a single reality Yin is the passive element and so regulates or inhibits or resists through its constancy Yang is the active component that generates and outpours The sun is a good example of yang expression The earth that absorbs this energy is yin [2: see compatibility]
yin-yang
In East Asian thought, the two complementary forces or principles that make up all aspects and phenomena of life. Yin is earth, female, dark, passive, and absorbing; it is present in even numbers and in valleys and streams and is represented by the tiger, the colour orange, and a broken line. Yang is heaven, male, light, active, and penetrating; it is present in odd numbers and mountains and is represented by the dragon, the colour azure, and an unbroken line. Together they express the interdependence of opposites
Guan Yin
the female bodhisattva of compassion, venerated by Buddhists in East and Southeast Asia
kwan-yin
(Buddhism) a female Bodhisattva; often called goddess of mercy and considered an aspect of the Bodhisattva Avalokitesvara; identified with Japanese Kwannon
Türkçe - İngilizce
(Denizbilim) body
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    [ 'yin ] (noun.) 1671. From Mandarin trad. 陰, simpl. 阴 (pinyin: yīn)

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