a Fukienese dialect spoken in and around , as well as on Taiwan and Hainan.
So the passenger traffic between Amoy and the southern colonies is very great.
The International Development of China Sun Yat-sen
On the morning of the 29th of May, came into the port of Amoy and anchored.
Kathay: A Cruise in the China Seas W. Hastings Macaulay
The shopkeeping class comes mostly from Fuh-kien and the coast districts of Amoy.
Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 4, Slice 3 Various
We revisited Amoy, and then shaped our course for Hong Kong.
Borneo and the Indian Archipelago Frank S. Marryat
Three years later I left Amoy, with the hundred dollars still unclaimed.
China and the Chinese Herbert Allen Giles
Looks like the boats we saw at Amoy, and as if she were going up to Wanghai.
Blue Jackets George Manville Fenn
This obligation was for some time strenuously resisted by the natives of Amoy, Swatow, and elsewhere in that neighbourhood.
The Civilization Of China Herbert A. Giles
As soon as I heard the word ‘Amoy’ the idea jumped right into my mind.
The Girl Next Door Augusta Huiell Seaman
It will be admitted that there is a Classis de facto at Amoy.
History and Ecclesiastical Relations of the Churches of the Presbyterial Order at Amoy, China J. V. N. Talmage
They are mostly from the province of Fokien, and Amoy is the principal port of their embarkation.
A Visit to the Philippine Islands John Bowring
a port in SE China, in Fujian province on Amoy Island, at the mouth of the Jiulong River opposite Taiwan: one of the first treaty ports opened to European trade (1842). Pop: 746 000 (2005 est) Modern Chinese name Xiamen
the dialect of Chinese spoken in Amoy, Taiwan, and elsewhere: a Min dialect
old name for the island of southeastern China, now known as Xiamen. From 1851 as the name of a dialect of Chinese.
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