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Chinese Solar Terms

The Start or Beginning of  Spring 立春 lì chūn
3rd - 5th February (first solar term)
Literal Translation: The rising or the arrival of Spring.

Rain Water 雨水 yǔ shuǐ 
18th February to 20th February
(second solar term)
Literal Translation: Rain Water... As the name suggests, there is an increase in rainfall (and in temperature).

The Awakening of the Insect 惊 蛰 jīng zhé
5th - 7th
March
(third solar term)
Literal Translation: A "shock" from hibernation
Insects and animals are awakened from their winter hibernation during this period.

The Spring Equinox 春 分 chūn fēn
21st March
(fourth solar term)
Literal Translation: Division of Spring
The days in Spring that are equally divided into day and night.

Clear and Bright 清明 qīng míng
4th April
(fifth solar term)
Literal Translation: the same
or pure brightness
Grain Rain 谷雨 gǔ yǔ
20th April to 4th May
(sixth solar term)
Literal Translation: the same
The name came from an old adage "Rain nurtures the growth of a multitude of grains".

The Start or Beginning of  Summer 立夏lì xià
5th of May (seventh solar term)
Literal Translation: The rising or the arrival of Summer.

Grains Buds 小满 xiǎo mǎn
20th of May (eighth solar system)
Literal Translation: Small complete grains
The name marks the complete / full seeds (but not have not ripened).

Grain in Ear 芒种 máng zhòng
5th of June (ninth solar term)
Literal Translation: Beard or awn (of wheat) cultivated
This term marks the ripening of the grains (wheat and barley).

Summer Solstice 夏至 xià zhì
21st June (tenth solar term)
Literal Translation: the same
This marks the longest day and the shortest night.

Lesser or Slight Heat 小暑 xiǎo shǔ
7th of July (eleventh solar term)
Literal Translation: Small heat
As the name suggests, the slight heat will turn to greater heat.

Greater or Big Heat 大 暑 dà shǔ
22nd July (twelfth solar term)
Literal Translation: Big heat
This is the hottest time of the year.

The Beginning or Start of Autumn  立 秋 lì qiū
7th August (thirteenth solar term)
Literal Translation: The rising or arrival of Autumn

The End of Heat 处暑 chǔ shǔ
23rd August (fourteenth solar term)
Literal Translation: Getting along with the heat

The heat (summer) is coming to an end.

Clear dew 白露 bái lù
7th September (fifteenth solar term)
Literal Translation: White or clear dew
The temperature drops further and dew formations become more apparent.

The Autumn Equinox 秋分 qiū fēn
22nd September (sixteenth solar term)
Literal Translation: Division of Autumn
The days in Autumn that are equally divided into day and night.

Cold Dew 寒露 hán lù
8th October (seventeenth solar term)
Literal Translation: the same
These are days when dew drops are larger and colder.

Frost Descends 霜降 shuāng jiàng
23rd October (eighteenth solar term)
Literal Translation: the same
Frost starts to appear marking the end of autumn

The Start or Beginning of  Winter 立 冬 lì dōng
7th November (nineteenth solar term)
Literal Translation :
The rising or arrival of Winter

Lesser or Slight Snow 小雪 xiǎo xuě 
22nd November (twentieth solar term)
Literal Translation: Small snow
This is the time it starts to snow. Temperature drops.

Greater or Big Snow 大雪 dà xuě
7th December (twenty first solar term)
Literal Translation: Big snow
Heavy snow starts to fall.

Winter Solstice 冬至 dōng zhì
21st December (twenty second solar term)
This marks the shortest day and the longest night.

Lesser or Small Cold 小寒 xiǎo hán
6th January (twenty third solar term)
Snow starts to get heavier.

Greater or Big Cold 大寒 dà hán
20th January (twenty fourth solar term)
The time of heavy snow and low temperatures.



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