Chinese mnemonics and annotator

Imjagpul (legacy data - reimport)

your servant
He bows, holding a huge stick(symbolizing his high rank): "Your servant in this emperor's kitchen is ready." "Ok, bring be some česnek." the fairy asks.

Explanation of characters by Herbert A. Giles

Ch'ên under its original form, with curved outline, is supposed to represent a Minister bending before his Prince,

As lofty lords before an Eastern throne
Bend the whole body, not the head alone.

The term has been extended to include any one ruled, a subject, which is the meaning here.

Chinese-English (CC-CEDICT)

state official or subject in dynastic China/I, your servant (used in addressing the sovereign)/Kangxi radical 131/surname Chen

Phrases ending with the given character

Wu Renchen (1628-1689), Qing dynasty polymath and historian, author of History of Ten States of South China 十國春秋|十国春秋
Yi Sunshin (1545-1598), Korean admiral and folk hero, famous for sea victories over the Japanese invaders

Chinesisch-Deutsch (HanDeDict)

Chinois-Français (CFDICT)

Cantonese slang

Cantonese (transcription)