Encyclopedia: Zhuge Gui

Zhuge Gui (Zigong); Chuko Kuei (Tzŭ-kung); 諸葛珪 (子貢)

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Zhuge Gui (Zigong) 諸葛珪 (子貢)

Lived: AD ?–c.193

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Served: Han

Zhuge Liang’s father. Descended from Zhuge Feng. Governor’s deputy in Taishan.

Officer Details

Wade-Giles: Chuko Kuei (Tzŭ-kung)
Simplified Chinese: 诸葛珪 (子贡)
Pronunciation: Zhu1ge3 Gui1 (Zi3gong4)
Cantonese (Yale): Jyugot Gwai (Ji-gung)
Cantonese (Jyutpin): Zyugot Gwai (Zi-gung)
Min-Nan: Cukat Kui (Cu-khong)

Birthplace: Langye

Other Names: Zhuge Jungong

Name Notes: His style is entered in the Sanguozhi as Jungong (君貢) but in Sanguo Yanyi as Zigong (子貢). Jungong is likely correct as it stems from Sanguozhi. We are looking into this.

Rank and Titles

Assistant in Taishan

Family and Relationships

Zhuge Feng (Ancestor); Zhuge Xuan (Brother); Zhuge Jin, Zhuge Liang, Zhuge Jin (Sons)

Literary Appearances

Romance of the Three Kingdoms: 36



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May 13, 2014