敖包 (Chinese PinYin: [áo bāo]; traditional Chinese: 敖包) may mean: (1) noun. ovoo; (2) noun. obo; (3) noun. aobao. Ovoos are sacrificial altars that are traditionally used for worship in the indigenous religion of Mongols. Some common phrases and expressions are: 敖包 (ovoo), 敖包相会 (a Chinese TV drama), 一个敖包 (an ovoo), 敖包的功能 (ovoo’s functions).
Literally: 敖 (stroll) + 包 (yurt)
1. How to pronounce 敖包?
Chinese Pinyin: [áo bāo]
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2. Synonyms And Antonyms of 敖包
Synonyms: 堆子, 脑包, 鄂博,
3. What are the fixed expression, collocation and idioms that contains 敖包
Fixed expression: 敖包 (ovoo), 敖包相会 (a Chinese TV drama),
Collocation: 一个敖包 (an ovoo), 敖包的功能 (ovoo’s functions),
4. How to use 敖包 in a sentence?
Below are some example sentences and quotes containing 敖包.
Translation: There is such a huge ovoo.
Translation: Every ovoo is thought as the representation of a god.
4.3 传统上, 敖包是蒙古本土宗教用来敬奉神的祭坛.
Translation: Ovoos are sacrificial altars that are traditionally used for worship in the indigenous religion of Mongols.
Translation: With the historical and cultural changes, ovoo has different functions.
4.5 有专门敬奉天神, 山神和其他自然的神灵的敖包
Translation: There are ovoos dedicated to heavenly gods, mountain gods, other gods of nature.
Translation: Sacrifices to the ovoos are usually made through offering slaughtered animals.
Translation: Ovoos were also used by other ethnic groups.
Translation: Ovoos are usually made from rocks with wood.
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