Li Shih-min

or Li Shi·min

[ Chinese lee shœ-meen ]
/ Chinese ˈli ˈʃœˈmin /

noun

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Definition for li shih-min (2 of 2)

T'ai Tsung
[ tahy-dzoo ng ]
/ ˈtaɪˈdzʊŋ /

noun

Li Shih-min,a.d. 597–649, Chinese emperor of the T'ang dynasty 627–649.
Also Pinyin, Tai Zong [tahy zawng] /ˈtaɪ ˈzɔŋ/.
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