|送||sòng||to deliver; to carry; to give (as a present); to present (with); to see off; to send|
|崔||cuī||(surname); high mountain; precipitous|
|歸 or 归||guī||to go back; to return|
|淺 or 浅||jiān, qiǎn||shallow|
|去||qù||to go; to leave; to remove|
|須 or 须||xū||beard; necessary; must|
|盡 or 尽||jìn||to use up; to exhaust; to end; to finish; to the utmost; exhausted; finished; to the limit (of sth)|
|丘||qiū||Confucius; given name; mound|
|莫||mò||do not; there is none who|
|學 or 学||xué||learn; study; science; -ology|
|人||rén||man; person; people|
|暫 or 暂||zàn||temporarily|
|遊||yóu||to roam; travel|
|源||yuán||root; source; origin|
|裡||lǐ||li, a Chinese unit of length = 1; 2 kilometer; village; within; inside|
To see off the mountain at nine
Returning deep to the mountains, leaving shallow
Must go to the utmost! every mound and gully is beautiful
Military people who do not study end in tombs
Temporarily, to travel, the origin of the peach is inside the village.
Cui's nine gifts
Go, go back to the deep mountains
You must finish at the beautiful gully
Do not study war and death
Roam to the source within.
A delivery to the nine mountains
When you went to the mountains, how high did you climb?
Did you go as far as the stone cairns in the beautiful gully?
I did not look for the soldiers' tombs.
I just travelled to the village from which come the peaches.