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What does 龙马精神(Long Ma Jing Shen) mean? Dragon and Horse’s Spirit?
Jan 18, 2012 01:01
guest592927 Chinese people prefer to give their best blessings to their families, relatives and friends during the Spring Festival. I found out that some people preferred to say “祝你在新的一年里龙马精神”. I know it is a blessing but can’t understand what 龙马精神 means.

Dragon and Horse’s Spirit? I am not sure. Can you explain it to me?

Don’t laugh at me. I am just a beginner.
Feb 27, 2012 00:23
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  • CARRIE98
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龙马精神(Long ma jing shen) is used to describe the vigour of a dragon or horse -- vigorous spirit of the aged or full of vigour [vitality]. When someone says this phrase, he hopes you will be as energetic in the new year and have everything goes well.
Last edited by SIVA: Feb 27, 2012 03:28
Mar 14, 2012 03:39
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GUEST98138
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Originally Posted by CARRIE98

龙马精神(Long ma jing shen) is used to describe the vigour of a dragon or horse -- vigorous spirit of the aged or full of vigour [vitality]. When someone says this phrase, he hopes you will be as energetic in the new year and have everything goes well.
///YEs
Feb 3, 2018 04:48
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GUESTI DON’T... very funny. I’ not sure what it means either. Google Translate says it means Dragon horse spirit, so I’m not sure...
Mar 17, 2018 11:22
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GUESTOCEAN.HK Dragon and hourse are lively, high spirited creatures. Jing shen refers to one's spirit. It's a blessing, wish one good/high spirits usually on some occasion.
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