[ee jing] /ˈi ˈdʒɪŋ/

an ancient Chinese book of divination, in which 64 pairs of trigrams are shown with various interpretations.
/ˈiː ˈtʃɪŋ/
an ancient Chinese book of divination and a source of Confucian and Taoist philosophy. Answers to questions and advice may be obtained by referring to the text accompanying one of 64 hexagrams, selected at random Also called Book of Changes

1876, from Chinese, said to mean “Book of Changes.”

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