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2010-12-25 11:13 |  来源:咕噜英语 |  人气: | 

The Twenty-Four Terms


The first fifteen days of the Chinese lunar month makes the first term, namely:

  Beginning of Spring (立春):

  usually starting from the fourth or fifth of Febrary. And the first day is the Chinese New Year's Day or the onset of the Spring Festival;

 

  Rain Water (雨水):

  from the nineteeth or twentieth of Febrary, a time when rainy seasons are setting in;

 

  Waking of Insects(惊蛰):

 from the fifth or sixth of March, as the earth awakes from hibernation;

 

  Spring Equinox(春分) :

from the twentieth or enty-first of March;

 

  Pure Brightness(清明):

 from the fourth or fifth of April;

 

  Grain Rain(谷雨):

 from the twentieth or twenty-first of April;

 

  Beginning of Summer(立夏):

 from the fifth or sixth of May;

 

  Grain Full(小满):

 from the twentieth or twenty-first of May;

 

  Grain in Ear(芒种):

 from the fifth or sixth of June;

 

  Summer Solstice(夏至):

 from the twenty-first or second of June;

 

  Slight Heat(小暑):

 from the sixth or seventh of July;

 

  Great Heat (大暑):

from the twenty-second or third of July;

 

  Beginning of Autumn (立秋):

from the seventh or eighth of August;

 

  Limit of Heat(处暑):

 from the twenty-third or fourth of August;

 

  White Dew(白露):

 from the seventh or eighth of September;

 

  Autumnal Equinox(秋分):

 from the twenty-third or fourth of September;

 

  Cold Dew (寒露):

from the eighth or nineth of October;

 

  Frost's Descent (霜降):

from the twentieth-three or fourth of October;

 

  Beginning of Winter (冬至):

from the seventh or eighth of November;

 

  Slight Snow (小雪):

from the twenty-second or third of November;

 

  Great Snow(大雪):

 from the seventh or eighth of December;

 

  Slight Cold(小寒):

 from the fifth or sixth of January;

 

 Great Cold (大寒):

from the twentieth or twenty-first of January which brings the 24-term cycle to an end

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