k'ai shu

[ kahy-shoo ]

  1. a variety of Chinese script developed in the 4th century a.d. and considered standard since that time.

Origin of k'ai shu

From the Chinese word kǎishū formal (i.e., square-style, printed-style) writing
  • Also Pinyin, kai·shu .

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