Definition of Lao-tzu in English:

Lao-tzu

Syllabification: Lao-tzu
Pronunciation: /ˌlä-ō ˈtso͞o, ˈdzə
 
/
(also Laoze /ˈtsā, ˈdzā/)
( Fl. 6th century bc), Chinese philosopher traditionally regarded as the founder of Taoism and author of the Tao-te-Ching, its most sacred scripture.

Origin

Chinese, literally 'Lao the Master'.

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