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They are immune to heat and cold, untouched by the elements, and can fly, mounting upward with a fluttering motion.
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Other common words include xiānrén (仙人 sennin in Japanese, "immortal person; transcendent", see Xiānrén Dòng), xiānrénzhăng (仙人掌 "immortal's palm; cactus"), xiānnǚ (仙女 "immortal woman; female celestial; angel"), and shénxiān (神仙 "gods and immortals; divine immortal"). The circa 200 CE Shiming, a Chinese dictionary that provided word-pun "etymologies", defines xiān (仙) as "to get old and not die," and explains it as someone who qiān (遷 "moves into") the mountains." Edward H.
Besides humans, xiān can also refer to supernatural animals. "fox spirit") "fox fairy; vixen; witch; enchantress" has an alternate name of húxiān 狐仙 (lit. Schafer (194) defined xian as "transcendent, sylph (a being who, through alchemical, gymnastic and other disciplines, has achieved a refined and perhaps immortal body, able to fly like a bird beyond the trammels of the base material world into the realms of aether, and nourish himself on air and dew.)" Schafer noted xian was cognate to xian 䙴 "soar up", qian 遷 "remove", and xianxian 僊僊 "a flapping dance movement"; and compared Chinese yuren 羽人 "feathered man; xian" with English peri "a fairy or supernatural being in Persian mythology" (Persian pari from par "feather; wing").
"The marvelous powers of the Hsien are so like those of the jinni of the Arabian Nights that one wonders whether the Arabic word, jinn, may not be derived from the Chinese Hsien." Axel Schuessler's etymological dictionary (207) suggests a Sino-Tibetan connection between xiān (Old Chinese *san or *sen) "'An immortal' ...
men and women who attain supernatural abilities; after death they become immortals and deities who can fly through the air" and Tibetan gšen The word xiān is written with three characters 僊, 仙, or 仚, which combine the logographic "radical" rén (人 or 亻 "person; human") with two "phonetic" elements (see Chinese character classification).
Two linguistic hypotheses for the etymology of xian involve the Arabic language and Sino-Tibetan languages.
Wu and Davis (194) suggested the source was jinn, or jinni "genie" (from Arabic جني jinnī).
Date and place of birth: February 11, 1952, Milan, Italy.
EDUCATION 1976: Degree in Physics at the University of Milan (marks 110/110) 1977 - 1980: Fellowships at the Institute of Physics of the University of Milan 1980 – 1999: Researcher at the Department of Physics of the University of Milan 1999 - 2001: Associate Professor of Experimental Physics at the Department of Materials Science of the University of Milano-Bicocca 2002- Full Professor of Applied Physics at the Department of Materials Science of the University of Milano-Bicocca 2012- Head of the Department of Materials Science 2012- Representative of the Directors of the Science area in the Senate of the University of Milano-Bicocca Lecturer for the Degrees of Physics, Industrial, Chemistry, Biology, and Materials Science.