Sinicism

Si·ni·cism

 (sī′nĭ-sĭz′əm, sĭn′ĭ-)
n.
A custom or trait peculiar to the Chinese.

[From Sinic, Chinese, from Medieval Latin Sīnicus, from Late Latin Sīnae, the Chinese; see Sino-.]
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Sinicism

(ˈsaɪnɪˌsɪzəm; ˈsɪn-)
n
1. (Peoples) rare a Chinese custom or idiom
2. (Languages) rare a Chinese custom or idiom
[C19: from Medieval Latin Sinicus Chinese, from Late Latin Sīnae the Chinese, from Greek Sinai, from Arabic Sīn China]
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Sinicism

1. a trait or custom peculiar to the Chinese.
2. the use in another language of a Chinese word, idiom, or expression.
See also: China
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