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    Title: 「大悲咒」漢梵對音研究
    Other Titles: Research on the Chinese to Sanskrit Translation of the Great Compassion Mantra
    Authors: 高婉瑜
    Contributors: 淡江大學中國文學學系
    Keywords: 咒語;陀羅尼;漢梵對音;大悲咒;中古音;Mantra;Dharani;Chinese-Sanskrit transliteration;The Great Compassion Mantra;Middle Chinese
    Date: 2011-09
    Issue Date: 2013-03-12 13:27:15 (UTC+8)
    Publisher: 臺北市:漢學研究中心
    Abstract: 本文以唐代伽梵達的「千手千眼觀世音菩薩廣大圓滿無礙大悲心陀羅尼經大悲神咒」(大悲咒)為材料,透過漢梵對音的研究,瞭解唐代的語音狀況。
    This study uses the Tang dynasty Bhagavad-dharma translation of the Great Compassion Mantra (Mahā-Kārunika-citta-dhārani) to examine the transliteration of Buddhist scripture with the objective of understanding the pronunciation of Tang dynasty Chinese.We find that for most initial consonants, the translation is very regular, with the mixing of voiced and unvoiced initials produced only under specific conditions. A voiced stop can he translated as either aspirated or unaspirated. For finals, the majority of third and fourth division head vowels and labial closed head vowels are not translated. Different Chinese characters are used to translate identical Sanskrit main vowels, while most tail vowels are translated quite regularly, based on the end rhyme. The entering tone tail vowel [t] is more easily weakened compared to [k], and this weakening occurs earlier. As a whole, the translations of the initials are more regular than those of the finals, and much of the language variation conforms to the evolutionary rules of assimilation, dissimilation, deletion, insertion, and weakening.
    Relation: 漢學研究=Chinese Studies 29(3),頁55-88
    Appears in Collections:[Graduate Institute & Department of Chinese] Journal Article

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