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LittleTheatreMovement1 Little Theatre Movement Aims to Encourage Talent of Every Kind and Sort
MrsReeveReplies1 Mrs. Reeve Replies
PlentyOfOpportunity1 Plenty of Opportunity for Men in Alberta If They Will Go on the Land
SomeLesserKnown1 Some Lesser Known Authors of Alberta
ToPoets1 To Poets

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CanadianAuthorsCarman1 Canadian Authors [Carman]
Coyotes1 Coyotes
HeartOfHyacinth1 The Heart of Hyacinth
JapaneseBlossom1 A Japanese Blossom
LoveOfAzalea4 The Love of Azalea
Marion1 Marion
OtherPeoplesTroubles11 Other People’s Troubles: An Antidote to Your Own [Part 11]
SinsFathers1 Sins of the Fathers
SunnySan4 Sunny-San [Part 2]
SunnySan5 Sunny-San [Part 3]
VisitingMlleButterfly1 Visiting Mlle. Butterfly
WillardMack1 Willard Mack to Collaborate With Mrs. Frances Reeve
WooingOfWistaria10 The Wooing of Wistaria (Chapters 30-33)
WooingOfWistaria11 The Wooing of Wistaria (Chapters 34-37)
WooingOfWistaria13 The Wooing of Wistaria (Chapters 39-42)
WooingOfWistaria14 The Wooing of Wistaria
WooingOfWistaria3 The Wooing of Wistaria (Chapters 7-9)
WooingOfWistaria4 The Wooing of Wistaria (Chapters 10-12)
WooingOfWistaria5 The Wooing of Wistaria (Chapters 13-16)
WooingOfWistaria6 The Wooing of Wistaria (Chapters 16-19)
WooingOfWistaria7 The Wooing of Wistaria (Chapters 19-22)
WooingOfWistaria8 The Wooing of Wistaria (Chapters 23-26)
WooingOfWistaria9 The Wooing of Wistaria (Chapters 26-29)

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BadPenny1 Bad Penny
BeautifullestOne1 Beautifullest One
BloodWillTell1 Blood Will Tell
BoomCity1 Boom City
BridesWillBe1 Brides Will Be Brides
BusmansHoliday1 Busman’s Holiday
CarlileMacCartney1 Carlile MacCartney
Cattle3 Cattle
Charity1 Charity
Colette1 Colette
ComeOnGirl1 The Come on Girl
CowboyRacket1 Cowboy Racket
EastIsWest1 East is West
ElmerClifton1 Elmer Clifton
FalseKisses1 False Kisses
FiveThousandDollarReward1 Five Thousand Dollar Reward
Gallegher1 Gallegher
Gipsy1 Gipsy
GirlAndRainbow1 The Girl and the Rainbow
GloriasRomance1 Gloria’s Romance
HansSchwartz1 Hans Schwartz
HappinessPreferred1 Happiness Preferred
HerLoveSin2 Her Love Sin (Part Two)
Hetty1 Hetty
HiJack1 Hi-Jack
HoldUp1 The Hold Up
HowTheyCast1 How They Cast
IdolOfParis1 Idol of Paris
ImperialRoad1 Imperial Road
InTheCastle1 In the Castle of Hikone
IndianSummer1 Indian Summer
JanetsFamily1 Janet’s Family
KingsDaughter1 King’s Daughter
LeaveItToMe1 Leave It To Me
LittleTheatre1 The Little Theatre Movement
LoveMe1 Love Me, Love My Dog
LoveOfAzalea6 The Love of Azalea
ManFromAlberta1 Man From Alberta
ManFromCanada1 Man From Canada
MarieAnne1 Marie-Anne
McCoy1 McCoy
MississippiGambler1 The Mississippi Gambler
MotorHoboes1 Motor Hoboes
MovieMadness4 Movie Madness [Part Four]
NewYorkDays1 New York Days
OldCalifornia1 Old California
OregonTrail1 Oregon Trail
OtherPeoplesTroubles1 Other People’s Troubles: An Antidote to Your Own [Part 1]
OtherPeoplesTroubles6 Other People’s Troubles: An Antidote to Your Own [Part 6]
OtherPeoplesTroubles7 Other People’s Troubles: An Antidote to Your Own [Part 7]
OtherPeoplesTroubles8 Other People’s Troubles: An Antidote to Your Own [Part 8]
OurLateHired1 Our Late Hired Man
Ourang1 Ourang
PaleHandsILoved1 Pale Hands I Loved
PeuDamour1 Un Peu D’Amour
PhantomOfTheOpera1 Phantom of the Opera
Philomena1 Philomena
PortraitOfAPoet1 Portrait of a Poet
PrinceOfHearts1 Prince of Hearts
RelativelySpeaking1 Relatively Speaking
Roofs1 Roofs
ScarletLily1 Scarlet Lily
Showboat1 Showboat
SingingBandit1 Singing Bandit
Sinners2 Sinners [Part Two]
SunnySan1 Sunny-San
Tama1 Tama
TelephoneGirl1 Telephone Girl
TexasRangers1 Texas Rangers
Undertow1 Undertow
Vitriol1 Vitriol
Wallop1 The Wallop
WhatMenWant1 What Men Want
WhenChristmasCame1 When Christmas Came to Fukui
WildSeed1 Wild seed
WooingOfWistaria14 The Wooing of Wistaria
WooingOfWistaria15 The Wooing of Wistaria
WorldsDarling1 World’s Darling
YoshidaYoneLover2 Yosheda Yone, Lover
YoungDesire1 Young Desire

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BadPenny1 Bad Penny
BeautifullestOne1 Beautifullest One
CarlileMacCartney1 Carlile MacCartney
Colette1 Colette
ElmerClifton1 Elmer Clifton
GirlAndRainbow1 The Girl and the Rainbow
HansSchwartz1 Hans Schwartz
HappinessPreferred1 Happiness Preferred
Hetty1 Hetty
HiJack1 Hi-Jack
HoldUp1 The Hold Up
HowTheyCast1 How They Cast
InTheCastle1 In the Castle of Hikone
JanetsFamily1 Janet’s Family
KingsDaughter1 King’s Daughter
LittleTheatre1 The Little Theatre Movement
ManFromAlberta1 Man From Alberta
MarieAnne1 Marie-Anne
MotorHoboes1 Motor Hoboes
NewYorkDays1 New York Days
OurLateHired1 Our Late Hired Man
PortraitOfAPoet1 Portrait of a Poet
RelativelySpeaking1 Relatively Speaking
WhenChristmasCame1 When Christmas Came to Fukui
WooingOfWistaria15 The Wooing of Wistaria
WorldsDarling1 World’s Darling

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ElmerClifton1 Elmer Clifton
LittleTheatre1 The Little Theatre Movement
ManFromAlberta1 Man From Alberta
MotorHoboes1 Motor Hoboes
PortraitOfAPoet1 Portrait of a Poet

Documents with facsimiles without a note

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CanadianSpirit2 Canada’s Loss of Many Of Best Authors Proves Little Short of Calamity
Cattle1 Cattle
DramaOfForByPeople1 Drama of the People, for the People, by the People
GeishaGirl1 The Geisha Girl is Primarily an Entertainer
JapanWillNot1 Japan Will Not Go To War
LittleTheatreMovement1 Little Theatre Movement Aims to Encourage Talent of Every Kind and Sort
LondonTown1 London Town
LoveOfAzalea5 The Love of Azalea
NotANewWoman1 [I am not a new woman]
OtherPeoplesTroubles11 Other People’s Troubles: An Antidote to Your Own [Part 11]
StarvingAndWriting3 First Appearance in New York City
StarvingAndWriting4 Visiting New York
StatementByMrsWinnifredReeve1 Statement
ToPoets1 To Poets
ToughGirl1 Tough Girl

Japanese terms without a glossary entry

All Japanese terms (i.e. terms tagged with foreign/xml:lang=ja) should be associated with a term in the glossary.
Note that this diagnostic is meant to evaluate the list of terms we will need for the glossary IN FUTURE. We do not currently have the mechanism set up to tag these terms.
Term Documents
a sei-yo-gin The Wrench of Chance (Part 2)
ah bah The Pot of Paint
ah bah! Miss Perfume
ah-bah The Love of Azalea
ah—bah! The Love of Azalea (Part 1)
ama-terasu-o-mi-kami The Honorable Miss Moonlight
amado Visiting Mlle. Butterfly | The Honorable Miss Moonlight
amaterasu-oho-mikami Sunny-San
amaterasu-ohomikami Sunny-San
amaterasuoho-mikami Sunny-San
amida Home and Social Life of the Japanese
ana-terasu-ohomikami Sunny-San [Part 1]
anata The Diary of Dewdrop | The Betrothal of Otoyo | A Japanese Nightingale
anata! The Wooing of Wistaria (Chapters 13-16) | The Wooing of Wistaria | Tokiwa: A Tale of Old Japan
andon The Love of Azalea (Part 2) | The Love of Azalea | Daughters of Nijo | The Honorable Miss Moonlight | Taro | The Betrothal of Otoyo | A Japanese Nightingale (Chapters 8-9) | A Japanese Nightingale | The Heart of Hyacinth | A Japanese Blossom
andons The Pot of Paint | Daughters of Nijo | A Kiss | The Marriage of Okiku-San | The Marriage of Okiku-San (Reprint)
ane-san The Old Jinrikisha (Part 7) | The Old Jinrikisha (Part 6) | The Old Jinrikisha (Part 9)
ani-san Daughters of Nijo | The Wooing of Wistaria | The Wooing of Wistaria (Chapters 16-19) | Yoshida Yone, Lover | The Little Journal of Miss Spring
are moshi The Wooing of Wistaria (Chapters 10-12) | The Wooing of Wistaria (Chapters 16-19)
arigato Sunny-San | Sunny-San [Part 1]
aré moshi The Wooing of Wistaria | The Heart of Hyacinth
ashigaru Miss Spring-Morning
bakufu Daughters of Nijo | The Wooing of Wistaria (Chapters 23-26) | The Wooing of Wistaria (Chapters 26-29) | The Wooing of Wistaria | The Wooing of Wistaria (Chapters 19-22) | The Wooing of Wistaria (Chapters 39-42) | The Wooing of Wistaria (Chapters 37-39) | The Wooing of Wistaria (Chapters 34-37)
banzai The Wooing of Wistaria | A Japanese Blossom
banzai dai nippon A Japanese Blossom
banzais The Honorable Miss Moonlight | A Japanese Blossom
bara Daughters of Nijo
bishamon The Wooing of Wistaria | The Wooing of Wistaria (Chapters 37-39)
biwa The Japanese Drama and the Actor | A Japanese Nightingale (Chapters 1-2) | A Japanese Nightingale | The Little Journal of Miss Spring
bonze Tokiwa: A Tale of Old Japan
buddha Miss Numè of Japan: A Japanese Romance
buddhist Miss Numè of Japan: A Japanese Romance
bugaku The Japanese Drama and the Actor
chichi Sunny-San | Visiting Mlle. Butterfly
cho Miss Numè of Japan: A Japanese Romance | Tokiwa: A Tale of Old Japan | The Heart of Hyacinth
choteki The Wooing of Wistaria | The Wooing of Wistaria (Chapters 37-39)
chow-chow The Japanese in New York
dai nihon shi The Wooing of Wistaria | The Wooing of Wistaria (Chapters 7-9)
dai nippon The Wrench of Chance (Part 2) | The Wrench of Chance (Part 1) | The Wooing of Wistaria (Chapters 23-26) | Miss Spring-Morning | The Wooing of Wistaria | A Japanese Blossom
daibutsu The Wooing of Wistaria | The Wooing of Wistaria (Chapters 19-22)
daigi heibunor The Wooing of Wistaria | The Wooing of Wistaria (Chapters 7-9)
daigi meibunor The Wooing of Wistaria | The Wooing of Wistaria (Chapters 19-22)
daikoku Sunny-San [Part 1] | Miss Spring-Morning | The Little Journal of Miss Spring | A Japanese Blossom
daimio Daughters of Nijo | The Wooing of Wistaria (Chapters 10-12) | The Wooing of Wistaria | The Wooing of Wistaria (Chapters 37-39) | The Geisha Girl is Primarily an Entertainer | The Geisha Girl
daimios The Wooing of Wistaria (Chapters 23-26) | The Wooing of Wistaria | The Wooing of Wistaria (Chapters 39-42) | The Wooing of Wistaria (Chapters 37-39) | The Wooing of Wistaria (Chapters 34-37)
daimyo The Old Jinrikisha (Part 1)
daimyos The Old Jinrikisha (Part 1)
egirisu Miss Numè of Japan: A Japanese Romance
eijin-san The Old Jinrikisha (Part 3) | Miss Spring-Morning | A Contract
eijin-san’s Miss Spring-Morning
eijinsan Miss Spring-Morning | A Contract
einjin-san Miss Spring-Morning
eta The Wooing of Wistaria (Chapters 10-12) | The Wooing of Wistaria (Chapters 13-16) | The Wooing of Wistaria | The Wooing of Wistaria (Chapters 19-22) | The Wooing of Wistaria (Chapters 16-19) | The Wooing of Wistaria (Chapters 37-39)
fiji-wara The Wooing of Wistaria | The Wooing of Wistaria (Chapters 7-9)
fine gojo matsu The Marvelous Miniature Trees of Japan
fuji-wara The Wooing of Wistaria (Chapters 10-12) | The Wooing of Wistaria | The Wooing of Wistaria (Chapters 19-22) | The Wooing of Wistaria (Chapters 7-9)
fujiyama’s A Japanese Nightingale
fuji—fuji-wara The Wooing of Wistaria | The Wooing of Wistaria (Chapters 16-19)
fuka Miss Numè of Japan: A Japanese Romance
fusama The Old Jinrikisha (Part 5)
fusuma The Manoeuvres of O-Yasu-san | A Kiss | The Honorable Miss Moonlight | The Marriage of Okiku-San | The Wooing of Wistaria (Chapters 26-29) | Miss Spring-Morning | The Marriage of Okiku-San (Reprint) | The Marriage of Jinyo | The Little Geisha | The Wooing of Wistaria | The Wooing of Wistaria (Chapters 16-19) | Shizu’s New Year’s Present | A Japanese Love Story | Kirishima-san | Ojio-San: A Noble’s Daughter | A Japanese Girl
futen Miss Spring-Morning
gaki Tokiwa: A Tale of Old Japan
gan-san New Year’s Day in Japan | An Oriental Holiday
geesa Miss Numè of Japan: A Japanese Romance
geisha Sunny-San | The Old Jinrikisha (Part 1) | Miss Numè of Japan: A Japanese Romance | The Love of Azalea (Part 1) | Sunny-San [Part 1] | Visiting Mlle. Butterfly | The Love of Azalea | The Old Jinrikisha (Part 5) | Daughters of Nijo | The Honorable Miss Moonlight | Home and Social Life of the Japanese | The Life of a Japanese Girl | Miss Spring-Morning | The Marriage of Jinyo | A Japanese Nightingale (Chapters 3-4) | The Little Geisha | The Wooing of Wistaria | A Japanese Nightingale (Chapters 1-2) | The Love of a Geisha Girl | Shizu’s New Year’s Present | A Japanese Nightingale (Chapters 8-9) | Natsu-San: A Japanese Tea House Girl | A Japanese Nightingale (Chapters 10-12) | Kirishima-san | A Japanese Nightingale | The Geisha Girl is Primarily an Entertainer | The Heart of Hyacinth | The Geisha Girl | A Japanese Blossom
geisha! The Honorable Miss Moonlight
geishas Sunny-San | Miss Numè of Japan: A Japanese Romance | Every-day Life in Japan | The Love of Azalea (Part 1) | Sunny-San [Part 1] | The Love of Azalea | Daughters of Nijo | The Honorable Miss Moonlight | The Life of a Japanese Girl | A Japanese Nightingale (Chapters 3-4) | The Wooing of Wistaria | A Japanese Nightingale | The Geisha Girl is Primarily an Entertainer | The Heart of Hyacinth | A Japanese Blossom | Taxonomies
geishas’ Daughters of Nijo
geisha’s Miss Numè of Japan: A Japanese Romance | The Marriage of Jinyo | The Geisha Girl is Primarily an Entertainer | The Geisha Girl
gidayu Japanese War News by Word O’ Mouth
go Every-day Life in Japan
go-inkyo-sama Home and Social Life of the Japanese
hachiman Miss Spring-Morning
haha The Life of a Japanese Girl | A Japanese Nightingale (Chapters 8-9)
hakama Sunny-San | The Love of Azalea (Part 2) | The Love of Azalea (Part 3) | The Love of Azalea (Part 1) | The Diary of Dewdrop | Daughters of Nijo | The Life of a Japanese Girl | The Marriage of Jinyo | The Wooing of Wistaria | The Wooing of Wistaria (Chapters 7-9) | The Bride of Yonejiro | The Heart of Hyacinth
hakamas Home and Social Life of the Japanese
hakatas Yoshida Yone, Lover
hanami Miss Numè of Japan: A Japanese Romance | Every-day Life in Japan | A Japanese Blossom
hang-yoku The Geisha Girl is Primarily an Entertainer
hangyoku The Geisha Girl is Primarily an Entertainer | The Geisha Girl
haori The Wooing of Wistaria | The Wooing of Wistaria (Chapters 19-22) | Tokiwa: A Tale of Old Japan
hari-kari The Wooing of Wistaria | The Wooing of Wistaria (Chapters 19-22) | A Japanese Nightingale
harimona Home and Social Life of the Japanese
heimin Daughters of Nijo | The Wooing of Wistaria (Chapters 13-16) | The Wooing of Wistaria
heimins Daughters of Nijo
hibachi The Love of Azalea (Part 1) | Visiting Mlle. Butterfly | An Unexpected Grandchild | Daughters of Nijo | The Honorable Miss Moonlight | Home and Social Life of the Japanese | Miss Spring-Morning | The Little Journal of Miss Spring | A Japanese Blossom
hikal – keiki – no – kimi The Wooing of Wistaria
hinode The Japanese in New York
hiyakumin-ishu New Year’s Day in Japan
hoi Miss Spring-Morning
hokusai Sunny-San [Part 1]
hotogoroshi Sunny-San | Sunny-San [Part 1] | A Japanese Love Story | A Japanese Girl
The Honorable Miss Moonlight
inari Every-day Life in Japan
irori Every-day Life in Japan
iya The Honorable Miss Moonlight
jimaye The Geisha Girl is Primarily an Entertainer | The Geisha Girl
jinrickiman New Year’s Day in Japan
jinrickisha The Manoeuvres of O-Yasu-san
jinriki A Contract | An Oriental Holiday
jinriki-man A Japanese Blossom | An Oriental Holiday
jinriki-men A Japanese Blossom
jinriki-men ran A Japanese Blossom
jinrikiman Two Converts
jinrikimen A Japanese Nightingale
jinrikisha The Old Jinrikisha (Part 1) | Miss Numè of Japan: A Japanese Romance | A Cottage in Matsushima | Every-day Life in Japan | The Diary of Dewdrop | The Old Jinrikisha (Part 2) | The Old Jinrikisha (Part 3) | Visiting Mlle. Butterfly | The Old Jinrikisha (Part 7) | The Pot of Paint | The Old Jinrikisha (Part 6) | The Manoeuvres of O-Yasu-san | The Old Jinrikisha (Part 4) | The Old Jinrikisha (Part 5) | Daughters of Nijo | The Honorable Miss Moonlight | Home and Social Life of the Japanese | Miss Perfume | A Japanese Nightingale (Chapters 3-4) | A Japanese Nightingale (Chapters 1-2) | A Japanese Nightingale | The Old Jinrikisha (Part 8) | Home Life of the Japanese Woman | The Old Jinrikisha (Part 9) | The Heart of Hyacinth | New Year’s Day in Japan | A Japanese Blossom | A Contract | An Oriental Holiday
jinrikishas The Old Jinrikisha (Part 1) | Miss Numè of Japan: A Japanese Romance | The Old Jinrikisha (Part 2) | The Honorable Miss Moonlight | Home and Social Life of the Japanese | Miss Perfume | A Japanese Nightingale | The Heart of Hyacinth | New Year’s Day in Japan | A Japanese Blossom | An Oriental Holiday
jisatsu Ojio-San: A Noble’s Daughter
jiu-jitsu A Japanese Blossom
jiujutsu The Japanese in New York | The Wooing of Wistaria | The Wooing of Wistaria (Chapters 19-22) | Ojio-San: A Noble’s Daughter
joruri The Japanese Drama and the Actor
joshi A Japanese Nightingale | Ojio-San: A Noble’s Daughter
junzo Daughters of Nijo
kago Daughters of Nijo
kakaye The Geisha Girl is Primarily an Entertainer | The Geisha Girl
kakemona Sunny-San | Home Life of the Japanese Woman | A Japanese Blossom
kamon-no-kami The Wooing of Wistaria
kanzashi Daughters of Nijo | A Japanese Nightingale (Chapters 5-7) | A Japanese Nightingale | The Geisha Girl is Primarily an Entertainer | The Geisha Girl | A Japanese Blossom
kanzhashi The Old Jinrikisha (Part 6)
karutta Miss Numè of Japan: A Japanese Romance | The Life of a Japanese Girl
katari The Japanese Drama and the Actor
kazoku Miss Numè of Japan: A Japanese Romance | A Japanese Nightingale
keemono A Japanese Blossom
kiku A Rhapsody on Japan
kikuzuki Every-day Life in Japan | Daughters of Nijo
kimona Sunny-San | The Love of Azalea (Part 2) | Miss Numè of Japan: A Japanese Romance | The Love of Azalea (Part 3) | The Love of Azalea | Ochika-San | A Contract
kimonas Sunny-San | Miss Numè of Japan: A Japanese Romance | Sunny-San [Part 1]
kimono The Love of Azalea (Part 1) | The Old Jinrikisha (Part 3) | Sunny-San [Part 1] | The Pot of Paint | The Manoeuvres of O-Yasu-san | Sunny-San [Part 2] | The Old Jinrikisha (Part 5) | Daughters of Nijo | The Honorable Miss Moonlight | The Life of a Japanese Girl | The Wooing of Wistaria (Chapters 23-26) | Miss Spring-Morning | The Wooing of Wistaria (Chapters 10-12) | A Japanese Nightingale (Chapters 3-4) | A Japanese Nightingale (Chapters 5-7) | The Wooing of Wistaria (Chapters 13-16) | The Wooing of Wistaria | A Japanese Nightingale (Chapters 1-2) | The Wooing of Wistaria (Chapters 16-19) | The Wooing of Wistaria (Chapters 39-42) | A Japanese Nightingale | The Heart of Hyacinth | The Little Journal of Miss Spring | Two Converts | Miss Lily and Miss Chrysanthemum | A Japanese Blossom | The Loves of Sakura Jiro and the Three Headed Maid
kimonos Miss Spring-Morning | A Japanese Blossom
kirishima-san Kirishima-san
kirishitans Miss Numè of Japan: A Japanese Romance
koku The Wooing of Wistaria (Chapters 10-12) | The Wooing of Wistaria
kokumin no tomi Kirishima-san
kotatsu The Honorable Miss Moonlight | The Little Journal of Miss Spring
koto Miss Numè of Japan: A Japanese Romance | The Honorable Miss Moonlight | A Japanese Nightingale (Chapters 5-7) | The Japanese Drama and the Actor | A Japanese Nightingale (Chapters 1-2) | A Japanese Nightingale | The Geisha Girl is Primarily an Entertainer | The Geisha Girl | New Year’s Day in Japan | An Oriental Holiday
kuannon The Heart of Hyacinth
kuge Daughters of Nijo | The Wooing of Wistaria | The Wooing of Wistaria (Chapters 37-39)
kugé Miss Spring-Morning
kumommotta— The Marriage of Okiku-San (Reprint)
kurumaya The Wooing of Wistaria
kurumma Miss Numè of Japan: A Japanese Romance | The Love of Azalea (Part 3) | The Love of Azalea | Daughters of Nijo | A Japanese Nightingale
kurummayas The Old Jinrikisha (Part 2)
kushimo The Japanese Drama and the Actor
kwannon Home and Social Life of the Japanese | Miss Spring-Morning | The Wooing of Wistaria | The Love of a Geisha Girl | Shizu’s New Year’s Present | The Wooing of Wistaria (Chapters 34-37) | Ojio-San: A Noble’s Daughter
kwannonsan A Contract
lotos Daughters of Nijo | The Heart of Hyacinth
marumage The Wrench of Chance (Part 2) | Miss Spring-Morning | The Little Journal of Miss Spring
meido Sunny-San | Sunny-San [Part 1] | The Wrench of Chance (Part 2) | The Honorable Miss Moonlight | A Japanese Girl
mikado Sunny-San | Sunny-San [Part 1] | The Wrench of Chance (Part 2) | The Wrench of Chance (Part 1) | Daughters of Nijo | The Honorable Miss Moonlight | The Wooing of Wistaria (Chapters 23-26) | The Wooing of Wistaria (Chapters 26-29) | Miss Spring-Morning | The Wooing of Wistaria | The Wooing of Wistaria (Chapters 19-22) | The Wooing of Wistaria (Chapters 39-42) | Tokiwa: A Tale of Old Japan | The Wooing of Wistaria (Chapters 37-39) | The Wooing of Wistaria (Chapters 30-33) | The Wooing of Wistaria (Chapters 34-37) | A Japanese Blossom
mikados Tokiwa: A Tale of Old Japan
mikado’s Miss Spring-Morning
mochitsuki A Japanese Blossom
moshi The Wooing of Wistaria (Chapters 10-12) | The Wooing of Wistaria | The Betrothal of Otoyo | The Heart of Hyacinth
mutsuki New Year’s Day in Japan
nakoda The Love of Azalea (Part 2) | Every-day Life in Japan | The Love of Azalea (Part 3) | The Love of Azalea (Part 1) | Visiting Mlle. Butterfly | The Love of Azalea | The Old Jinrikisha (Part 5) | The Life of a Japanese Girl | Miss Perfume | Miss Spring-Morning | A Japanese Nightingale (Chapters 3-4) | A Japanese Nightingale (Chapters 5-7) | A Japanese Nightingale (Chapters 1-2) | Yoshida Yone, Lover | A Japanese Nightingale (Chapters 8-9) | A Japanese Nightingale (Chapters 10-12) | A Japanese Love Story | A Japanese Nightingale | The Bride of Yonejiro | Ojio-San: A Noble’s Daughter | A Japanese Blossom
nakodas The Life of a Japanese Girl | A Japanese Nightingale (Chapters 3-4) | A Japanese Nightingale (Chapters 1-2) | A Japanese Nightingale (Chapters 8-9) | A Japanese Nightingale
nakodo A Japanese Girl
namu, amida, butsu! The Honorable Miss Moonlight
namu, amida Tokiwa: A Tale of Old Japan
namu, amida butsu! Tokiwa: A Tale of Old Japan
namu, amida, butsu Miss Spring-Morning
namu, hachiman, dai bosatsu! Tokiwa: A Tale of Old Japan
natane A Japanese Nightingale | Ojio-San: A Noble’s Daughter
nekoda A Contract
neneko The Honorable Miss Moonlight
nenneko A Japanese Lullaby
nichiren Tokiwa: A Tale of Old Japan
nippon Kirishima-san | A Japanese Blossom
nippon! The Wooing of Wistaria (Chapters 30-33)
norimon Daughters of Nijo | The Wooing of Wistaria | The Wooing of Wistaria (Chapters 39-42) | The Wooing of Wistaria (Chapters 30-33) | The Wooing of Wistaria (Chapters 34-37)
norimono Daughters of Nijo | The Wooing of Wistaria (Chapters 26-29) | The Wooing of Wistaria (Chapters 13-16) | The Wooing of Wistaria | The Wooing of Wistaria (Chapters 19-22) | The Wooing of Wistaria (Chapters 7-9) | A Japanese Blossom
norimonos Daughters of Nijo | The Wooing of Wistaria (Chapters 13-16) | The Wooing of Wistaria
norimons The Wooing of Wistaria | The Wooing of Wistaria (Chapters 30-33)
nume New Year’s Day in Japan | An Oriental Holiday
numè Miss Numè of Japan: A Japanese Romance
o Every-day Life in Japan
o shikkei itashmashita Every-day Life in Japan
o-shu-ku-bai The Marvelous Miniature Trees of Japan
o-yone The Wooing of Wistaria (Chapters 10-12) | The Wooing of Wistaria
obi Sunny-San | The Love of Azalea (Part 2) | The Diary of Dewdrop | The Old Jinrikisha (Part 3) | Visiting Mlle. Butterfly | The Love of Azalea | The Pot of Paint | The Manoeuvres of O-Yasu-san | Sunny-San [Part 2] | Daughters of Nijo | A Kiss | The Honorable Miss Moonlight | The Life of a Japanese Girl | Miss Spring-Morning | The Wooing of Wistaria (Chapters 10-12) | The Wooing of Wistaria | Ochika-San | The Wooing of Wistaria (Chapters 39-42) | Tokiwa: A Tale of Old Japan | A Japanese Nightingale | Karo: A Story of Japanese Honor | The Heart of Hyacinth | The Little Journal of Miss Spring | Miss Lily and Miss Chrysanthemum | A Japanese Blossom | A Contract | An Oriental Holiday
ohayo Sunny-San | The Honorable Miss Moonlight | His Japanese Teacher | Ochika-San | Kirishima-san
ohayo gozaramazu The Manoeuvres of O-Yasu-san
ohayo gozarimazu The Honorable Miss Moonlight
ohayo! Miss Perfume
ohayos Visiting Mlle. Butterfly
ojio-san Ojio-San: A Noble’s Daughter
okusama Every-day Life in Japan | Visiting Mlle. Butterfly | The Honorable Miss Moonlight | Miss Spring-Morning | Japanese Woman Not a Slave | A Japanese Blossom
okusamaokusama: wife; incorrect romanization of oku-san. A Daughter of Two Lands
okusama’s Miss Spring-Morning
omeshi Every-day Life in Japan | The Diary of Dewdrop | The Wooing of Wistaria (Chapters 13-16) | The Wooing of Wistaria | A Japanese Nightingale | Ojio-San: A Noble’s Daughter
on Every-day Life in Japan
on-gaku The Japanese Drama and the Actor
oni Sunny-San | Sunny-San [Part 1]
onoto oi asi musu A Japanese Girl
osashiki The Little Journal of Miss Spring
otakara New Year’s Day in Japan | A Japanese Blossom | An Oriental Holiday
otto Miss Numè of Japan: A Japanese Romance
otto! Yoshida Yone, Lover
oxashishi The Heart of Hyacinth
ozashiki Sunny-San | The Love of Azalea (Part 2) | Sunny-San [Part 1] | Daughters of Nijo | A Kiss | The Honorable Miss Moonlight | A Daughter of Two Lands | Miss Spring-Morning | The Wooing of Wistaria (Chapters 10-12) | The Wooing of Wistaria | Ochika-San | A Japanese Blossom
ozashishi The Love of Azalea (Part 2) | The Love of Azalea (Part 3) | The Love of Azalea | Daughters of Nijo
ozashiski The Manoeuvres of O-Yasu-san
o’chika A Japanese Blossom
pagoda Sunny-San | A Neighbor’s Garden, My Own, and a Dream One (Part 2)
pagodas Miss Numè of Japan: A Japanese Romance
raft-sampan The Heart of Hyacinth
rakugoka Japanese War News by Word O’ Mouth
rakugoku’s Japanese War News by Word O’ Mouth
ri Visiting Mlle. Butterfly
ronin The Wooing of Wistaria (Chapters 13-16) | The Wooing of Wistaria | The Wooing of Wistaria (Chapters 16-19) | The Wooing of Wistaria (Chapters 30-33) | The Wooing of Wistaria (Chapters 34-37)
ronins The Wooing of Wistaria | The Wooing of Wistaria (Chapters 37-39) | The Wooing of Wistaria (Chapters 30-33) | The Wooing of Wistaria (Chapters 34-37)
sabe An Unexpected Grandchild
saito The Honorable Miss Moonlight
sake Sunny-San | The Wrench of Chance (Part 1) | The Honorable Miss Moonlight | Home and Social Life of the Japanese | The Life of a Japanese Girl | The Marriage of Okiku-San | Miss Spring-Morning | The Marriage of Okiku-San (Reprint) | The Wooing of Wistaria (Chapters 10-12) | The Little Geisha | The Wooing of Wistaria (Chapters 13-16) | The Wooing of Wistaria | The Japanese Drama and the Actor | The Wooing of Wistaria (Chapters 19-22) | Ochika-San | Kirishima-san | A Japanese Nightingale | The Old Jinrikisha (Part 9) | The Little Journal of Miss Spring | A Japanese Blossom
saki Sunny-San [Part 1] | Sunny-San [Part 3]
sakura The Love of Azalea
sakurada The Wooing of Wistaria
sakè Miss Numè of Japan: A Japanese Romance
saké A Half Caste | Daughters of Nijo | The Marriage of Jinyo | A Japanese Nightingale (Chapters 1-2) | Natsu-San: A Japanese Tea House Girl | His Interpreter (Part 1) | Home Life of the Japanese Woman
sama Every-day Life in Japan | The Love of Azalea | The Wooing of Wistaria
samisen Sunny-San | The Old Jinrikisha (Part 1) | Miss Numè of Japan: A Japanese Romance | Sunny-San [Part 1] | The Honorable Miss Moonlight | The Life of a Japanese Girl | A Japanese Nightingale (Chapters 5-7) | The Japanese Drama and the Actor | A Japanese Nightingale (Chapters 1-2) | Natsu-San: A Japanese Tea House Girl | A Japanese Nightingale | The Geisha Girl is Primarily an Entertainer | The Little Journal of Miss Spring | The Geisha Girl | New Year’s Day in Japan | A Japanese Blossom | An Oriental Holiday
samisen, The Old Jinrikisha (Part 1)
samisens The Love of a Geisha Girl
samourai The Old Jinrikisha (Part 1) | Miss Numè of Japan: A Japanese Romance | The Honorable Miss Moonlight | Yoshida Yone, Lover | A Japanese Love Story | Karo: A Story of Japanese Honor | The Geisha Girl is Primarily an Entertainer | Ojio-San: A Noble’s Daughter | The Geisha Girl | A Japanese Girl
samourais Ojio-San: A Noble’s Daughter
samourai’s The Old Jinrikisha (Part 1)
samouri A Japanese Love Story
sampan A Cottage in Matsushima | A Japanese Blossom
sampans A Japanese Blossom
samurai The Love of Azalea (Part 3) | The Love of Azalea (Part 1) | The Love of Azalea | The Manoeuvres of O-Yasu-san | The Wrench of Chance (Part 1) | Daughters of Nijo | The Wooing of Wistaria (Chapters 23-26) | The Wooing of Wistaria (Chapters 26-29) | The Marriage of Jinyo | The Wooing of Wistaria (Chapters 10-12) | The Wooing of Wistaria (Chapters 13-16) | The Wooing of Wistaria | The Wooing of Wistaria (Chapters 19-22) | The Wooing of Wistaria (Chapters 16-19) | The Wooing of Wistaria (Chapters 39-42) | The Wooing of Wistaria (Chapters 7-9) | The Wooing of Wistaria (Chapters 37-39) | The Wooing of Wistaria (Chapters 30-33) | The Wooing of Wistaria (Chapters 34-37) | The Heart of Hyacinth | A Japanese Blossom | The Loves of Sakura Jiro and the Three Headed Maid | An Oriental Holiday
san Every-day Life in Japan | The Love of Azalea | A Japanese Nightingale | Miss Lily and Miss Chrysanthemum
sanzaeyemon A Japanese Nightingale
saseho The Wrench of Chance (Part 2) | The Wrench of Chance (Part 1)
sayonara Sunny-San | The Old Jinrikisha (Part 1) | Miss Numè of Japan: A Japanese Romance | Sunny-San [Part 1] | The Wrench of Chance (Part 1) | Daughters of Nijo | Miss Spring-Morning | The Wooing of Wistaria | The Wooing of Wistaria (Chapters 19-22) | Ochika-San | A Japanese Nightingale (Chapters 8-9) | Kirishima-san | A Japanese Nightingale
sayonaras Daughters of Nijo
sayonars The Little Journal of Miss Spring
sei-yo-gin The Love of Azalea (Part 3) | The Love of Azalea
sen Miss Numè of Japan: A Japanese Romance | The Love of Azalea (Part 1) | The Old Jinrikisha (Part 2) | The Love of Azalea | The Geisha Girl is Primarily an Entertainer | The Geisha Girl | A Japanese Blossom
sensei The Heart of Hyacinth | Ojio-San: A Noble’s Daughter
sepuku The Wrench of Chance (Part 1)
shahra A Japanese Blossom
shaka The Love of Azalea | Miss Spring-Morning
shaka! shaka! shaka The Love of Azalea (Part 3)
shimekazari New Year’s Day in Japan
shinto The Wooing of Wistaria (Chapters 13-16) | The Wooing of Wistaria | Tokiwa: A Tale of Old Japan | The Wooing of Wistaria (Chapters 34-37) | The Heart of Hyacinth
shiro The Honorable Miss Moonlight | A Daughter of Two Lands | The Wooing of Wistaria | Ojio-San: A Noble’s Daughter | A Japanese Blossom
shizoku His Interpreter (Part 1)
sho-chiku-bai The Marvelous Miniature Trees of Japan
shogun Daughters of Nijo | The Marvelous Miniature Trees of Japan | The Wooing of Wistaria (Chapters 23-26) | The Wooing of Wistaria (Chapters 26-29) | The Wooing of Wistaria (Chapters 10-12) | The Wooing of Wistaria (Chapters 13-16) | The Wooing of Wistaria | The Wooing of Wistaria (Chapters 19-22) | The Wooing of Wistaria (Chapters 16-19) | The Wooing of Wistaria (Chapters 39-42) | Tokiwa: A Tale of Old Japan | The Wooing of Wistaria (Chapters 7-9) | The Wooing of Wistaria (Chapters 37-39) | The Wooing of Wistaria (Chapters 30-33) | A Japanese Nightingale | The Wooing of Wistaria (Chapters 34-37) | A Japanese Blossom
shogunate Daughters of Nijo | The Wooing of Wistaria (Chapters 23-26) | The Wooing of Wistaria (Chapters 26-29) | The Wooing of Wistaria (Chapters 13-16) | The Wooing of Wistaria | The Wooing of Wistaria (Chapters 19-22) | The Wooing of Wistaria (Chapters 39-42) | The Wooing of Wistaria (Chapters 37-39) | The Wooing of Wistaria (Chapters 30-33) | The Wooing of Wistaria (Chapters 34-37)
shogunates The Wooing of Wistaria | The Wooing of Wistaria (Chapters 37-39)
shoguns Home and Social Life of the Japanese
shoji The Love of Azalea (Part 2) | The Love of Azalea (Part 3) | The Love of Azalea (Part 1) | Visiting Mlle. Butterfly | The Love of Azalea | The Pot of Paint | The Old Jinrikisha (Part 6) | The Manoeuvres of O-Yasu-san | The Wrench of Chance (Part 1) | Daughters of Nijo | The Honorable Miss Moonlight | The Marriage of Okiku-San | The Wooing of Wistaria (Chapters 23-26) | Miss Spring-Morning | The Marriage of Okiku-San (Reprint) | The Marriage of Jinyo | A Japanese Nightingale (Chapters 3-4) | A Japanese Nightingale (Chapters 5-7) | The Wooing of Wistaria (Chapters 13-16) | The Wooing of Wistaria | A Japanese Nightingale (Chapters 1-2) | The Wooing of Wistaria (Chapters 16-19) | Ochika-San | Tokiwa: A Tale of Old Japan | A Japanese Nightingale (Chapters 8-9) | A Japanese Nightingale (Chapters 10-12) | The Wooing of Wistaria (Chapters 7-9) | A Japanese Nightingale | The Old Jinrikisha (Part 9) | The Heart of Hyacinth | The Little Journal of Miss Spring | Two Converts | A Japanese Blossom | A Contract
shoji walls The Love of Azalea
shojis Every-day Life in Japan | Daughters of Nijo | A Japanese Blossom
si-wang-mu The Marvelous Miniature Trees of Japan
soba New Year’s Day in Japan
sugoroku Every-day Life in Japan
suppuku The Honorable Miss Moonlight | Tokiwa: A Tale of Old Japan
supuku A Japanese Blossom
susquehanna The Wooing of Wistaria (Chapters 26-29) | The Wooing of Wistaria
takahira Miss Spring-Morning
takahiras The Honorable Miss Moonlight | Ochika-San
takahiri The Love of Azalea (Part 2) | The Love of Azalea | Daughters of Nijo
takasago The Life of a Japanese Girl | A Japanese Nightingale (Chapters 3-4)
taki-wake The Geisha Girl is Primarily an Entertainer | The Geisha Girl
takumushi Sunny-San [Part 1]
tama-tusukuri The Marvelous Miniature Trees of Japan
tambo Daughters of Nijo | The Wooing of Wistaria | The Wooing of Wistaria (Chapters 19-22)
tatamis Daughters of Nijo
temshi-sama Miss Spring-Morning
ten-shi-sama A Japanese Blossom
tenshi-sama Every-day Life in Japan | The Wrench of Chance (Part 2) | The Wrench of Chance (Part 1) | The Honorable Miss Moonlight | Miss Spring-Morning
toko-ton-yare ron-ton-ton! A Japanese Nightingale
toko-ton-yare ron-ton-ton! A Japanese Nightingale (Chapters 5-7)
tokonoma Visiting Mlle. Butterfly | The Wooing of Wistaria (Chapters 13-16) | A Japanese Blossom
tokonona Every-day Life in Japan | Home and Social Life of the Japanese | Japanese Women Train their Babes from Infancy | The Wooing of Wistaria | A Japanese Nightingale | Home Life of the Japanese Woman | The Heart of Hyacinth
tokonono Every-day Life in Japan
torioi New Year’s Day in Japan
toshironschi A Japanese Blossom
toto The Life of a Japanese Girl
tsuki no kami Sunny-San | Sunny-San [Part 1]
tzuzumi The Geisha Girl is Primarily an Entertainer | The Geisha Girl
umegaku Daughters of Nijo | The Wooing of Wistaria | The Wooing of Wistaria (Chapters 19-22) | Tokiwa: A Tale of Old Japan
yamato Every-day Life in Japan | Miss Spring-Morning
yamatogaku The Japanese Drama and the Actor
yashiki Sunny-San | Daughters of Nijo
yashishikis The Wooing of Wistaria | The Wooing of Wistaria (Chapters 37-39)
yedo The Wooing of Wistaria | The Wooing of Wistaria (Chapters 7-9)
yen The Love of Azalea (Part 2) | Miss Numè of Japan: A Japanese Romance | A Cottage in Matsushima | The Old Jinrikisha (Part 2) | The Wrench of Chance (Part 1) | The Life of a Japanese Girl | Miss Spring-Morning | A Japanese Blossom | An Oriental Holiday
yokohama maru A Japanese Nightingale
yone-yara The Wooing of Wistaria (Chapters 10-12) | The Wooing of Wistaria
yoshiwara The Love of Azalea | Miss Spring-Morning
yoshiwasa The Love of Azalea (Part 1)
yu-giri Daughters of Nijo
yumento ukibashi Daughters of Nijo
zashiki Home Life of the Japanese Woman
zashishi The Pot of Paint | Home and Social Life of the Japanese | A Japanese Nightingale (Chapters 3-4) | A Japanese Nightingale (Chapters 5-7) | The Betrothal of Otoyo | A Japanese Nightingale (Chapters 1-2) | A Japanese Nightingale (Chapters 8-9) | A Japanese Nightingale | The Old Jinrikisha (Part 9) | Two Converts
‘daigi meibunor The Wooing of Wistaria (Chapters 23-26) | The Wooing of Wistaria
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<pubPlace> (publication place) contains the name of the place where a bibliographic item was published.
<resp> (responsibility) contains a phrase describing the nature of a person's intellectual responsibility, or an organization's role in the production or distribution of a work.
<speaker> contains a specialized form of heading or label, giving the name of one or more speakers in a dramatic text or fragment.
<figDesc> (description of figure) contains a brief prose description of the appearance or content of a graphic figure, for use when documenting an image without displaying it.
<authority> (release authority) supplies the name of a person or other agency responsible for making a work available, other than a publisher or distributor.
<creation> (creation) contains information about the creation of a text.
<edition> (edition) describes the particularities of one edition of a text.
<extent> (extent) describes the approximate size of a text stored on some carrier medium or of some other object, digital or non-digital, specified in any convenient units.
<language> (language) characterizes a single language or sublanguage used within a text.
<rendition> (rendition) supplies information about the rendition or appearance of one or more elements in the source text.
<collection> (collection) contains the name of a collection of manuscripts or other objects, not necessarily located within a single repository.
<institution> (institution) contains the name of an organization such as a university or library, with which a manuscript or other object is identified, generally its holding institution.
<repository> (repository) contains the name of a repository within which manuscripts or other objects are stored, possibly forming part of an institution.
<birth> (birth) contains information about a person's birth, such as its date and place.
<death> (death) contains information about a person's death, such as its date and place.
<nationality> (nationality) contains an informal description of a person's present or past nationality or citizenship.
<dateline> (dateline) contains a brief description of the place, date, time, etc. of production of a letter, newspaper story, or other work, prefixed or suffixed to it as a kind of heading or trailer.
<docAuthor> (document author) contains the name of the author of the document, as given on the title page (often but not always contained in a byline).
<docDate> (document date) contains the date of a document, as given on a title page or in a dateline.
<docImprint> (document imprint) contains the imprint statement (place and date of publication, publisher name), as given (usually) at the foot of a title page.
<titlePart> (title part) contains a subsection or division of the title of a work, as indicated on a title page.
<trailer> contains a closing title or footer appearing at the end of a division of a text.
teidata.pointer defines the range of attribute values used to provide a single URI, absolute or relative, pointing to some other resource, either within the current document or elsewhere.
<respStmt> (statement of responsibility) supplies a statement of responsibility for the intellectual content of a text, edition, recording, or series, where the specialized elements for authors, editors, etc. do not suffice or do not apply. May also be used to encode information about individuals or organizations which have played a role in the production or distribution of a bibliographic work.
model.addrPart groups elements such as names or postal codes which may appear as part of a postal address.
model.addressLike groups elements used to represent a postal or email address.
model.publicationStmtPart.detail groups the agency-specific child elements of the element of the TEI header.
model.milestoneLike groups milestone-style elements used to represent reference systems.
<docTitle> (document title) contains the title of a document, including all its constituents, as given on a title page.
<titlePage> (title page) contains the title page of a text, appearing within the front or back matter.
model.phrase.xml groups phrase-level elements used to encode XML constructs such as element names, attribute names, and attribute values
att.datable provides attributes for normalization of elements that contain dates, times, or datable events.
att.datable.w3c provides attributes for normalization of elements that contain datable events conforming to the W3C XML Schema Part 2: Datatypes Second Edition.
att.datable.iso provides attributes for normalization of elements that contain datable events using the ISO 8601 standard.
att.datable.custom provides attributes for normalization of elements that contain datable events to a custom dating system (i.e. other than the Gregorian used by W3 and ISO).
model.respLike groups elements which are used to indicate intellectual or other significant responsibility, for example within a bibliographic element.
<titleStmt> (title statement) groups information about the title of a work and those responsible for its content.
att.canonical provides attributes that can be used to associate a representation such as a name or title with canonical information about the object being named or referenced.
model.publicationStmtPart.agency groups the child elements of a element of the TEI header that indicate an authorising agent.
model.biblPart groups elements which represent components of a bibliographic description.
<divGen> (automatically generated text division) indicates the location at which a textual division generated automatically by a text-processing application is to appear.
att.docStatus provides attributes for use on metadata elements describing the status of a document.
model.biblLike groups elements containing a bibliographic description.
<relatedItem> contains or references some other bibliographic item which is related to the present one in some specified manner, for example as a constituent or alternative version of it.
<sourceDesc> (source description) describes the source(s) from which an electronic text was derived or generated, typically a bibliographic description in the case of a digitized text, or a phrase such as "born digital" for a text which has no previous existence.
<msIdentifier> (manuscript identifier) contains the information required to identify the manuscript or similar object being described.
<fileDesc> (file description) contains a full bibliographic description of an electronic file.
<notesStmt> (notes statement) collects together any notes providing information about a text additional to that recorded in other parts of the bibliographic description.
model.imprintPart groups the bibliographic elements which occur inside imprints.
att.dimensions provides attributes for describing the size of physical objects.
model.personPart groups elements which form part of the description of a person.
model.divWrapper groups elements which can appear at either top or bottom of a textual division.
model.pLike.front groups paragraph-like elements which can occur as direct constituents of front matter.
model.titlepagePart groups elements which can occur as direct constituents of a title page, such as , , , or .
att.pointing provides a set of attributes used by all elements which point to other elements by means of one or more URI references.
<textClass> (text classification) groups information which describes the nature or topic of a text in terms of a standard classification scheme, thesaurus, etc.
att.tableDecoration provides attributes used to decorate rows or cells of a table.
<row> (row) contains one row of a table.
att.ascribed provides attributes for elements representing speech or action that can be ascribed to a specific individual.
<listChange> groups a number of change descriptions associated with either the creation of a source text or the revision of an encoded text.
<revisionDesc> (revision description) summarizes the revision history for a file.
model.quoteLike groups elements used to directly contain quotations.
model.encodingDescPart groups elements which may be used inside and appear multiple times.
model.divBottomPart groups elements which can occur only at the end of a text division.
teidata.word defines the range of attribute values expressed as a single word or token.
model.emphLike groups phrase-level elements which are typographically distinct and to which a specific function can be attributed.
model.pPart.transcriptional groups phrase-level elements used for editorial transcription of pre-existing source materials.
model.editorialDeclPart groups elements which may be used inside and appear multiple times.
model.dateLike groups elements containing temporal expressions.
model.descLike groups elements which contain a description of their function.
model.labelLike groups elements used to gloss or explain other parts of a document.
<listPrefixDef> (list of prefix definitions) contains a list of definitions of prefixing schemes used in teidata.pointer values, showing how abbreviated URIs using each scheme may be expanded into full URIs.
model.divLike groups elements used to represent un-numbered generic structural divisions.
model.divGenLike groups elements used to represent a structural division which is generated rather than explicitly present in the source.
model.frontPart groups elements which appear at the level of divisions within front or back matter.
teidata.temporal.w3c defines the range of attribute values expressing a temporal expression such as a date, a time, or a combination of them, that conform to the W3C XML Schema Part 2: Datatypes Second Edition specification.
<egXML> (example of XML) a single XML fragment demonstrating the use of some XML, such as elements, attributes, or processing instructions, etc., in which the element functions as the root element.
model.egLike groups elements containing examples or illustrations.
<classDecl> (classification declarations) contains one or more taxonomies defining any classificatory codes used elsewhere in the text.
att.locatable provides attributes for referencing locations by pointing to entries in a canonical list of places.
model.eventLike groups elements which describe events.
att.placement provides attributes for describing where on the source page or object a textual element appears.
model.global groups elements which may appear at any point within a TEI text.
model.attributable groups elements that contain a word or phrase that can be attributed to a source.
att.personal (attributes for components of names usually, but not necessarily, personal names) common attributes for those elements which form part of a name usually, but not necessarily, a personal name.
model.persNamePart groups elements which form part of a personal name.
model.global.edit groups globally available elements which perform a specifically editorial function.
att.media provides attributes for specifying display and related properties of external media.
att.internetMedia provides attributes for specifying the type of a computer resource using a standard taxonomy.
att.resourced provides attributes by which a resource (such as an externally held media file) may be located.
model.graphicLike groups elements containing images, formulae, and similar objects.
model.headLike groups elements used to provide a title or heading at the start of a text division.
model.hiLike groups phrase-level elements which are typographically distinct but to which no specific function can be attributed.
model.nameLike groups elements which name or refer to a person, place, or organization.
model.lLike groups elements representing metrical components such as verse lines.
teidata.language defines the range of attribute values used to identify a particular combination of human language and writing system.
att.breaking provides attributes to indicate whether or not the element concerned is considered to mark the end of an orthographic token in the same way as whitespace.
macro.paraContent (paragraph content) defines the content of paragraphs and similar elements.
model.divPart groups paragraph-level elements appearing directly within divisions.
model.availabilityPart groups elements such as licences and paragraphs of text which may appear as part of an availability statement
model.global.meta groups globally available elements which describe the status of other elements.
model.listLike groups list-like elements.
teidata.truthValue defines the range of attribute values used to express a truth value.
model.orgPart groups elements which form part of the description of an organization.
model.placeStateLike groups elements which describe changing states of a place.
att.milestoneUnit provides attributes to indicate the type of section which is changing at a specific milestone.
teidata.text defines the range of attribute values used to express some kind of identifying string as a single sequence of Unicode characters possibly including whitespace.
model.nameLike.agent groups elements which contain names of individuals or corporate bodies.
model.persStateLike groups elements describing changeable characteristics of a person which have a definite duration, for example occupation, residence, or name.
att.anchoring (anchoring) provides attributes for use on annotations, e.g. notes and groups of notes describing the existence and position of an anchor for annotations.
model.noteLike groups globally-available note-like elements.
teidata.numeric defines the range of attribute values used for numeric values.
model.measureLike groups elements which denote a number, a quantity, a measurement, or similar piece of text that conveys some numerical meaning.
model.divTopPart groups elements which can occur only at the beginning of a text division.
model.personLike groups elements which provide information about people and their relationships.
att.linguistic provides a set of attributes concerning linguistic features of tokens, for usage within token-level elements, specifically w and in the analysis module.
att.lexicographic.normalized provides attributes for usage within word-level elements in the analysis module and within lexicographic microstructure in the dictionaries module.
model.segLike groups elements used for arbitrary segmentation.
teidata.sex defines the range of attribute values used to identify human or animal sex.
model.placeLike groups elements used to provide information about places and their relationships.
model.placeNamePart groups elements which form part of a place name.
att.patternReplacement provides attributes for regular-expression matching and replacement.
teidata.prefix defines a range of values that may function as a URI scheme name.
model.ptrLike groups elements used for purposes of location and reference.
att.ascribed.directed provides attributes for elements representing speech or action that can be directed at a group or individual.
model.common groups common chunk- and inter-level elements.
att.msExcerpt (manuscript excerpt) provides attributes used to describe excerpts from a manuscript placed in a description thereof.
att.notated provides attributes to indicate any specialised notation used for element content.
att.styleDef provides attributes to specify the name of a formal definition language used to provide formatting or rendition information.
teidata.count defines the range of attribute values used for a non-negative integer value used as a count.
model.resource groups separate elements which constitute the content of a digital resource, as opposed to its metadata.
model.pPart.data groups phrase-level elements containing names, dates, numbers, measures, and similar data.
macro.phraseSeq (phrase sequence) defines a sequence of character data and phrase-level elements.
model.inter groups elements which can appear either within or between paragraph-like elements.
model.divBottom groups elements appearing at the end of a text division.
macro.specialPara ('special' paragraph content) defines the content model of elements such as notes or list items, which either contain a series of component-level elements or else have the same structure as a paragraph, containing a series of phrase-level and inter-level elements.
model.divTop groups elements appearing at the beginning of a text division.
model.highlighted groups phrase-level elements which are typographically distinct.
model.limitedPhrase groups phrase-level elements excluding those elements primarily intended for transcription of existing sources.
macro.phraseSeq.limited (limited phrase sequence) defines a sequence of character data and those phrase-level elements that are not typically used for transcribing extant documents.
model.phrase groups elements which can occur at the level of individual words or phrases.
macro.limitedContent (paragraph content) defines the content of prose elements that are not used for transcription of extant materials.
model.pPart.edit groups phrase-level elements for simple editorial correction and transcription.
teidata.temporal.iso defines the range of attribute values expressing a temporal expression such as a date, a time, or a combination of them, that conform to the international standard Data elements and interchange formats – Information interchange – Representation of dates and times.
teidata.certainty defines the range of attribute values expressing a degree of certainty.
teidata.probCert defines a range of attribute values which can be expressed either as a numeric probability or as a coded certainty value.
teidata.outputMeasurement defines a range of values for use in specifying the size of an object that is intended for display.
teidata.xTruthValue (extended truth value) defines the range of attribute values used to express a truth value which may be unknown.
teidata.pattern defines attribute values which are expressed as a regular expression.
teidata.replacement defines attribute values which contain a replacement template.
teidata.versionNumber defines the range of attribute values used for version numbers.