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zhi (dzē),

n 1. one of the five spirits, zhi is housed by the kidney and corresponds to will, determination, and drive; long-term memory; and information storage.
2. wisdom and trust, one of the five virtues in Chinese medicine, for which zhi is responsible. See also five spirits and five virtues.
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