IPA: kˈi

Root Word: Qi


  • (historical) An ancient Chinese duchy, and later kingdom, under the Zhou dynasty
  • A Chinese surname.
  • A county of Jinzhong, Shanxi, China.
  • A county of Hebi, Henan, China.
  • (philosophy) Alternative form of chi [The twenty-second letter of the Classical and Modern Greek alphabets.]

Examples of "qi" in Sentences

  • QI is a comedy show, by the way.
  • The concept of qi is not qi gong.
  • Lord Mengchang was an aristocrat of the State of Qi.
  • Periods are used to describe the cyclical pattern of Qi.
  • All of them exemplify the past prosperity of the Qi State.
  • Ephedra doesn't add an qi the the body and tends to burn qi.
  • The human body also contains qi, but it only has a limited amount of qi.
  • The function of the Lung is to descend and disperse qi throughout the body.
  • Qi is not restricted to living organisms, not in any traditional view of qi.
  • This was because sin caused qi to leave the body, and qi was necessary for life.
  • Star Wars spirituality was grounded in Chinese "qi," the very energy of the universe.
  • The Chinese call it qi, Obi-Wan Kenobi calls it the force and Tony Robbins calls it the Peak Mind State.
  • According to the TCM view, a vital energy called qi flows through the body along channels called meridians.
  • From the traditional Chinese medicine perspective, postpartum depression is due to the depletion of blood and qi from the process of giving birth.
  • "The radiant heat produced by moxibustion," my therapist said, "penetrates deeply into the body to strengthen the blood, and restore the balance and flow of vital energy or life force called qi or ch'i."
  • Knowing qi, feeling it, sensing it, you can learn what techniques and choices enhance it and allow it to flow freely (stagnant qi is seen as a source of disease) and you may find this sensitivity helps you stay healthy and enjoy life more.

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