Synonyms for yeon or Related words with yeon

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Examples of "yeon"
Yeon Gaesomun had at least three sons: (eldest to youngest) Yeon Namsaeng, Yeon Namgeon, and Yeon Namsan.
In the summer of 666, Yeon Gaesomun died of a natural cause and Goguryeo was thrown into chaos and weakened by a succession struggle among his sons and younger brother. He was initially succeeded as "Dae Mangniji", the highest position newly made under the ruling period of Yeon Gaesomun, by his oldest son Yeon Namsaeng. As Yeon Namsaeng subsequently carried out a tour of Goguryeo territory, however, rumors began to spread both that Yeon Namsaeng was going to kill his younger brothers Yeon Namgeon and Yeon Namsan, whom he had left in charge at Pyongyang, and that Yeon Namgeon and Yeon Namsan were planning to rebel against Yeon Namsaeng. When Yeon Namsaeng subsequently sent officials close to him back to Pyongyang to try to spy on the situation, Yeon Namgeon arrested them and declared himself "Dae Mangniji", attacking his brother. Yeon Namsaeng sent his son Cheon Heonseong (泉獻誠), as Yeon Namsaeng changed his family name from Yeon (淵) to Cheon (泉) observe naming taboo for Emperor Gaozu, to Tang to seek aid. Emperor Gaozong saw this as an opportunity and sent an army to attack and destroy Goguryeo. In the middle of Goguryeo's power struggles between Yeon Gaesomun's successors, his younger brother, Yeon Jeongto, defected to the Silla side.
Lee So-yeon, also romanized as Yi So-yeon, may refer to:
The Steles of Yeon Namsaeng and Yeon Namgeon record Yeon Ja-yu's last name as "Cheon." This has been known to be the work of Tang historians who changed the last name "Yeon" to "Cheon" because Tang Gaozu's name was Yuan, which had the same pronunciation as the last name "Yeon".
Ha Yeon-Soo (born Yoo Yeon-Soo on October 10, 1990) is a South Korean actress.
Gong Seung-yeon (born Yoo Seung-yeon, February 27, 1993) is a South Korean actress.
South Korean Na Yeon Choi won by two strokes over So Yeon Ryu.
In summer 666, Yeon Gaesomun died and was initially succeeded as "Dae Mangniji" by his oldest son Yeon Namsaeng. As Yeon Namsaeng subsequently carried out a tour of Goguryeo territory, however, rumors began to spread both that Yeon Namsaeng was going to kill his younger brothers Yeon Namgeon and Yeon Namsan, whom he had left in charge at Pyongyang, and that Yeon Namgeon and Yeon Namsan were planning to rebel against Yeon Namsaeng. When Yeon Namsaeng subsequently sent officials close to him back to Pyongyang to try to spy on the situation, Yeon Namgeon arrested them and declared himself "Dae Mangniji", attacking his brother. Yeon Namsaeng sent his son (later known as Cheon Heonseong/Quan Xiancheng (泉獻誠), as Yeon Namsaeng changed his family name from Yeon (淵) to observe naming taboo for Emperor Gaozu, whose personal name was the same character) to Tang to seek aid. Emperor Gaozong saw this as the opportunity to destroy Goguryeo, and he initially commissioned Qibi Heli to aid Yeon Namsaeng, and also sent the generals Pang Tongshan (龐同善) and Gao Kan (高侃) to attack Goguryeo.
A gift on behalf of the estate of John Yeon was made to the University of Oregon School of Architecture and Allied Arts, which established the John Yeon Center for Architecture and the John Yeon Preserve for Landscape Studies. The John Yeon Center sponsors a John Yeon Lecture Series, Faculty Grant Program, Yeon Graduate Teaching Fellowship, and Advisory Board for architecture and historic preservation. The Yeon Center includes the Aubrey Watzek House, the Cottrell House (1950) and Yeon's personal landscape architecture property, The Shire, in Skamania County, Washington which looks across the Columbia River, facing Multnomah Falls.
Hwa-young believes that Yeon-hee, her brother's ex-girlfriend, drove him to his death. When the unhappily married Yeon-hee is diagnosed with uterine cancer, Hwa-young volunteers to become a surrogate mother for her, all the while planning her revenge. Hwa-young conceives and gives birth, lets Yeon-hee raise the child, then destroys Yeon-hee by trying to take the child back. Later, Yeon-hee tries her best to get her child back. Yeon-hee's husband regrets for letting Yeon-hee go.
Yeon was one of the principal financiers of the Columbia River Highway. The John B. Yeon State Scenic Corridor was named for him, as was Yeon Avenue, which carries U.S. Route 30 through the Northwest Industrial neighborhood of Portland, Oregon.
At the CD-shop, Jun-yong was browsing through the CDs as he talked to Yeon-ae. Yeon-ae went off, and Jun-yong was surprised as he found that Yeon-ae had gone off.
Information about Yeon Gaesomun comes largely from the Samguk Sagi's biographical accounts of King Yeongnyu, King Bojang, and Yeon Gaesomun himself, and tomb engravings and biographical accounts, from the New Book of Tang, dedicated to his sons Yeon Namsaeng and Yeon Namsan.
Yeon Taejo was the son of the previous "Magniji" Yeon Ja-yu, and father of Yeon Gaesomun, Yeon Jeongto, and their only known sister. During his lifetime, he was the Daedaero of the Western province of Goguryeo , and was also the "Magniji" of Goguryeo after the death of his father.
John Yeon was born in Portland on October 29, 1910, the son of John B. Yeon and Elizabeth Mock Yeon. The elder was a timber businessman and oversaw the building of the Columbia River Highway. The younger Yeon was raised in Portland and attended Allen Preparatory School in that city before leaving for California to attend Stanford University. Yeon attended the college for a single semester before leaving to learn less formally, and never became a licensed architect.
Yeon Ja-yu (Hangul: 연자유, Hanja: 淵子遊, ?-?) was the "Magniji" (Prime Minister) of Goguryeo during its waning days, and was the grandfather of Yeon Gaesomun, who was "Dae Magniji" and dictator of Goguryeo before its fall. Yeon Ja-yu was the father of Yeon Taejo, the father of Yeon Gaesomun, and "Magniji" after Ja-yu. Historical records do not provide his life dates or his actions as "Magniji".
Yeon Gaesomun was born into the influential and distinguished Yeon family as the first and oldest son of Yeon Taejo, the prime minister (막리지, 莫離支) of Goguryeo during the reigns of King Pyeongwon and King Yeongyang. His grandfather Yeon Ja-yu was also a prime minister.
In 666 (though dates vary from 664–666), Yeon Gaesomun died of a natural cause and a civil war ensued among his three sons. His eldest son and immediate successor, Yeon Namsaeng, defected to Tang and provided the secrets and weaknesses of Goguryeo to Emperor Gaozong, and played a critical role in the next invasion and downfall of Goguryeo. Yeon Gaesomun's second son, Yeon Namgeon, resisted in the face of death, as opposed to his brother's treachery, and fought until the very end. Meanwhile, Yeon Gaesomun's younger brother, Yeon Jeongto, defected to the Silla side.
She'z has four members: Lee Jin-ah (이진아), Lee Tae-yeon (이태연), Kim Se-yeon (김세연), and Kim Ji-young (김지영).
Kim Ga-yeon (born Kim So-yeon, September 9, 1972) is a South Korean actress and owner of "StarCraft II" team SlayerS.