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Characters Pronunciation
Romanization
Simple Dictionary Definition

活著

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Mandarin huó zhe / huo2 zhe5
Taiwan huo che
Chinese alive

在世

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Mandarin zài shì / zai4 shi4
Taiwan tsai shih
Japanese zaisei / zaise / ざいせい
Chinese to be alive
Japanese (noun/participle) being alive; living; (female given name) Ariyo
In the world, while alive here.

生擒

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Mandarin shēng qín / sheng1 qin2
Taiwan sheng ch`in / sheng chin
Japanese seikin / sekin / せいきん    ikedori / いけどり
Chinese to capture alive
Japanese (noun/participle) (obscure) capturing something alive; (irregular okurigana usage) capturing something alive; something captured alive

生還

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Mandarin shēng huán / sheng1 huan2
Taiwan sheng huan
Japanese seikan / sekan / せいかん
Chinese to return alive; to survive
Japanese (noun/participle) (1) returning alive; (2) {baseb} reaching the home plate

焚書坑儒

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Mandarin fén shū kēng rú / fen2 shu1 keng1 ru2
Taiwan fen shu k`eng ju / fen shu keng ju
Japanese funshokouju / funshokoju / ふんしょこうじゅ
Chinese to burn the books and bury alive the Confucian scholars (one of the crimes of the first Emperor in 212 BC)
Japanese (yoji) burning books on the Chinese classics and burying Confucian scholars alive

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Mandarin huó / huo2
Taiwan huo
Japanese katsu / かつ
Chinese to live; alive; living; work; workmanship
Japanese (1) living; life; (2) (See 活を入れる・1) judo art of resuscitation; (suffix) (3) (abbreviation) (See 活動・1) action; activity; (personal name) Katsuji; (given name) Katsu; (personal name) Ikuru; (female given name) Iki
jīva, jīvaka; alive, living, lively, revive, movable; be lively

see styles
Mandarin pēng / peng1
Taiwan p`eng / peng
Chinese cooking method; to boil sb alive (capital punishment in imperial China)

イキ

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Japanese iki / イキ Japanese (1) living; being alive; (2) freshness; liveliness; vitality; (3) situation in which a group of stones cannot be captured because it contains contains two or more gaps (in go); (4) (kana only) stet; leave as-is (proofreading); (prefix) (5) damned; (female given name) Iki

像法

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Mandarin xiàng fǎ / xiang4 fa3
Taiwan hsiang fa
Japanese zōhō
saddharma-pratirūpaka; the formal or image period of Buddhism; the three periods are 正像末, those of the real, the formal, and the final; or correct, semblance, and termination. The first period is of 500 years; the second of 1,000 years; the third 3,000 years, when Maitreya is to appear and restore all things. There are varied statements about periods and dates, e.g. there is a division of four periods, that while the Buddha was alive, the early stage after his death, then the formal and the final periods; semblance dharma

坑儒

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Japanese kouju / koju / こうじゅ Japanese burying Confucian scholars alive

坑殺


坑杀

see styles
Mandarin kēng shā / keng1 sha1
Taiwan k`eng sha / keng sha
Chinese to bury alive; to ensnare

壽像


寿像

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Mandarin shòu xiàng / shou4 xiang4
Taiwan shou hsiang
Japanese juzō
A portrait, or statue of a man of years while still alive; a portrait or statue of a man of years while still alive

存命

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Japanese zonmei / zonme / ぞんめい Japanese (noun/participle) being alive

存生

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Mandarin cún shēng / cun2 sheng1
Taiwan ts`un sheng / tsun sheng
Japanese zonjou / zonjo / ぞんじょう
Japanese (noun/participle) being alive
(存生命); 存命 To preserve one's life, to preserve alive.

延命

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Mandarin yán mìng / yan2 ming4
Taiwan yen ming
Japanese enmei(p);enmyou(ok) / enme(p);enmyo(ok) / えんめい(P);えんみょう(ok)
Japanese (n,vs,adj-no) keeping alive longer; prolonging life; life extension; life-support; (surname) Enmei; (surname) Enmyou
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

死地

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Japanese shichi / しち Japanese (1) (nearly certain) death; extremely dangerous place (or situation) from which one might not return alive; (2) proper place to die; (3) dilemma; predicament; inescapable situation

殉死

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Mandarin xùn sǐ / xun4 si3
Taiwan hsün ssu
Japanese junshi / じゅんし
Chinese to be buried alive as sacrifice (together with husband or superior)
Japanese (noun/participle) following one's master into the grave; committing suicide after one's lord has died

活き

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Japanese iki / いき Japanese (1) living; being alive; (2) freshness; liveliness; vitality; (3) situation in which a group of stones cannot be captured because it contains contains two or more gaps (in go); (4) (kana only) stet; leave as-is (proofreading); (prefix) (5) damned

活埋

see styles
Mandarin huó mái / huo2 mai2
Taiwan huo mai
Chinese to bury alive

活活

see styles
Mandarin huó huó / huo2 huo2
Taiwan huo huo
Chinese while still alive; simply; totally

生き

see styles
Japanese iki / いき Japanese (1) living; being alive; (2) freshness; liveliness; vitality; (3) situation in which a group of stones cannot be captured because it contains contains two or more gaps (in go); (4) (kana only) stet; leave as-is (proofreading); (prefix) (5) damned

生佛

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Mandarin shēng fú / sheng1 fu2
Taiwan sheng fu
Japanese shōbutsu
Buddha alive; a living Buddha; also 生, i. e. 衆生 all the living, and 佛, i. e. Buddha; sentient being and Buddha

生前

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Mandarin shēng qián / sheng1 qian2
Taiwan sheng ch`ien / sheng chien
Japanese seizen / sezen / せいぜん
Chinese (of a deceased) during one's life; while living
Japanese (n-adv,n-t) while alive; during one's lifetime
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

生禽

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Japanese seikin / sekin / せいきん Japanese (noun/participle) (obscure) capturing something alive

肉燈


肉灯

see styles
Mandarin ròu dēng / rou4 deng1
Taiwan jou teng
Japanese nikutō
肉香 To cremate oneself alive as a lamp or as incense for Buddha; body lamp

脫險

see styles
Mandarin tuō xiǎn / tuo1 xian3
Taiwan t`o hsien / to hsien
Chinese to escape (danger); to rescue; to come out alive

識食


识食

see styles
Mandarin shí shí / shi2 shi2
Taiwan shih shih
Japanese shikijiki
Spiritual food, mental food, by which are kept alive the devas of the formless realms and the dwellers in the hells; cognition as nourishment

那伽

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Mandarin nà jiā / na4 jia1
Taiwan na chia
Japanese naka / なか
Japanese (female given name) Naka
nāga. Snake, dragon, elephant. It is tr. by 龍 dragon and by 象 elephant. (1) As dragon it represents the chief of the scaly reptiles; it can disappear or be manifest, increase or decrease, lengthen or shrink; in spring it mounts in the sky and in winter enters the earth. The dragon is of many kinds. Dragons are regarded as beneficent, bringing the rains and guarding the heavens (again Draco); they control rivers and lakes, and hibernate in the deep. nāga and mahānāga are titles of a Buddha, (also of those freed from reincarnation) because of his powers, or because like the dragon he soars above earthly desires and ties. One of his former reincarnations was a powerful poisonous dragon which, out of pity, permitted itself to be skinned alive and its flesh eaten by worms. (2) A race of serpent-worshippers; (Skt. nāga)

靈床

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Mandarin líng chuáng / ling2 chuang2
Taiwan ling ch`uang / ling chuang
Chinese bier; bed kept as it was when the deceased was alive

鴨る

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Japanese kamoru;kamoru / かもる;カモる Japanese (transitive verb) (1) (kana only) (colloquialism) (See 鴨・2) to easily defeat; to eat (one's opponent) alive; (2) (kana only) (colloquialism) to bilk; to swindle; to dupe

カモる

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Japanese kamoru / カモる Japanese (transitive verb) (1) (kana only) (colloquialism) to easily defeat; to eat (one's opponent) alive; (2) (kana only) (colloquialism) to bilk; to swindle; to dupe

ライブ

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Japanese raibu / ライブ Japanese (n,adj-f) (1) live (esp. concert, show, etc.); live performance; (2) alive

ライヴ

see styles
Japanese raiii / raii / ライヴ Japanese (n,adj-f) (1) live (esp. concert, show, etc.); live performance; (2) alive

不活畏

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Mandarin bù huó wèi / bu4 huo2 wei4
Taiwan pu huo wei
Japanese fukatsu i
The fear of giving all and having nothing to keep one alive: one of the five fears; fear of lacking a means of livelihood

半條命


半条命

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Mandarin bàn tiáo mìng / ban4 tiao2 ming4
Taiwan pan t`iao ming / pan tiao ming
Chinese half a life; only half alive; barely alive; (scared, beaten etc) half to death

命辛々

see styles
Japanese inochigaragara / いのちがらがら    inochikaragara / いのちからがら Japanese (adverb) for dear life; barely escaping alive

命辛辛

see styles
Japanese inochigaragara / いのちがらがら    inochikaragara / いのちからがら Japanese (adverb) for dear life; barely escaping alive

求有者

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Mandarin qiú yǒu zhě / qiu2 you3 zhe3
Taiwan ch`iu yu che / chiu yu che
Japanese guu sha
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

活かす

see styles
Japanese ikasu / いかす Japanese (transitive verb) (1) to make (the best) use of; to leverage (skills, attributes, experience, etc.); to capitalise on (experience, etc); (2) to let live; to keep alive; (3) to revive; to resuscitate

活け間

see styles
Japanese ikema / いけま Japanese compartment in a fishing boat with seawater for reviving or keeping alive fresh fish or bait

活生生

see styles
Mandarin huó shēng shēng / huo2 sheng1 sheng1
Taiwan huo sheng sheng
Chinese real (people); living (artist); while still alive (e.g. skinned alive)

生かす

see styles
Japanese ikasu / いかす Japanese (transitive verb) (1) to make (the best) use of; to leverage (skills, attributes, experience, etc.); to capitalise on (experience, etc); (2) to let live; to keep alive; (3) to revive; to resuscitate

生き顔

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Japanese ikigao / いきがお Japanese (archaism) (See 死に顔) face of someone while still alive

生け擒

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Japanese ikedori / いけどり Japanese capturing something alive; something captured alive

生け間

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Japanese ikema / いけま Japanese compartment in a fishing boat with seawater for reviving or keeping alive fresh fish or bait

生前葬

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Japanese seizensou / sezenso / せいぜんそう Japanese funeral performed for somebody while they are alive; living funeral

生命感

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Japanese seimeikan / semekan / せいめいかん Japanese feeling of vitality; sense of being alive

生埋め

see styles
Japanese ikiume / いきうめ Japanese burying alive

生捕る

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Japanese ikedoru / いけどる Japanese (transitive verb) to capture alive; to take prisoner; to catch alive

生産児

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Japanese seizanji / sezanji / せいざんじ Japanese live birth; child born alive

老不死

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Mandarin lǎo bù sǐ / lao3 bu4 si3
Taiwan lao pu ssu
Chinese (derog.) old but still alive; old fart; old bastard

ありし日

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Japanese arishihi / ありしひ Japanese (noun - becomes adjective with の) (1) past days; bygone days; days of yore; the olden days; (adj-no,n) (2) while still alive; during one's lifetime

アライブ

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Japanese araibu / アライブ Japanese (can act as adjective) (1) alive; (noun or participle which takes the aux. verb suru) (2) to arrive

一一毛生

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Mandarin yī yī máo shēng / yi1 yi1 mao2 sheng1
Taiwan i i mao sheng
Japanese ichiichi mō shō
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

九死一生

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Mandarin jiǔ sǐ yī shēng / jiu3 si3 yi1 sheng1
Taiwan chiu ssu i sheng
Japanese kyuushiisshou / kyushissho / きゅうしいっしょう
Chinese nine deaths and still alive (idiom); a narrow escape; new lease of life
Japanese (yoji) narrow escape from the jaw of death

人間地獄


人间地狱

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Mandarin rén jiān dì yù / ren2 jian1 di4 yu4
Taiwan jen chien ti yü
Chinese hell on earth (idiom); suffering the torments of Buddhist hell while still alive; fig. having an uncomfortable time

動きだす

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Japanese ugokidasu / うごきだす Japanese (Godan verb with "su" ending) to come alive; to get going; to start to move

動き出す

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Japanese ugokidasu / うごきだす Japanese (Godan verb with "su" ending) to come alive; to get going; to start to move

在りし日

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Japanese arishihi / ありしひ Japanese (noun - becomes adjective with の) (1) past days; bygone days; days of yore; the olden days; (adj-no,n) (2) while still alive; during one's lifetime

提婆達多


提婆达多

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Mandarin tí pó dá duō / ti2 po2 da2 duo1
Taiwan t`i p`o ta to / ti po ta to
Japanese deibadatta / debadatta / でいばだった    daibadatta / だいばだった
Japanese (person) Devadatta (cousin of Gautama Buddha)
提婆; 提婆達; 提婆達兜; 達兜; 地婆達多 (or 地婆達兜); 禘婆達多; 調婆達多 Devadatta, son of Droṇodana rāja 斛飯王, and cousin of Śākyamuni, of whom he was enemy and rival, cultivating magical powers. For his wicked designs on the Buddha he is said to have been swallowed up alive in hell; nevertheless, he is predicted to become a Buddha as Devarāja; he was worshipped as a Buddha by a sect 'up to A. D. 400'. Eitel.

春光乍泄

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Mandarin chūn guāng zhà xiè / chun1 guang1 zha4 xie4
Taiwan ch`un kuang cha hsieh / chun kuang cha hsieh
Chinese spring sunshine emerges to bring the world alive (idiom); to give a glimpse of something intimate (e.g. one's underwear)

有餘涅槃


有余涅槃

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Mandarin yǒu yú niè pán / you3 yu2 nie4 pan2
Taiwan yu yü nieh p`an / yu yü nieh pan
Japanese uyo nehan
有餘依 (有餘依涅槃) Incomplete nirvāṇa. Hīnayāna holds that the arhat after his last term of mortal existence enters into nirvāṇa, while alive here he is in the state of sopādhiśeṣa-nirvāṇa, limited, or modified, nirvāṇa, as contrasted with 無餘涅槃 nirupadhiśeṣa-nirvāṇa. Mahāyāna holds that when the cause 因 of reincarnation is ended the state is that of 有餘涅槃 incomplete nirvāṇa; when the effect 果 is ended, and 得佛之常身 the eternal Buddha-body has been obtained, then there is 無餘涅槃 complete nirvāṇa. Mahāyāna writers say that in the Hīnayāna 無餘涅槃 'remainderless' nirvāṇa for the arhat there are still remains of illusion, karma, and suffering, and it is therefore 有餘涅槃; in Mahāyāna 無餘涅槃 these remains of illusion, etc., are ended.

死裡逃生

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Mandarin sǐ lǐ táo shēng / si3 li3 tao2 sheng1
Taiwan ssu li t`ao sheng / ssu li tao sheng
Chinese mortal danger, escape alive (idiom); a narrow escape; to survive by the skin of one's teeth

気息奄々

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Japanese kisokuenen / きそくえんえん Japanese (adj-no,adj-t,adv-to) (yoji) gasping for breath; at one's last gasp; breathing feebly; on the brink of death; more dead than alive

気息奄奄

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Japanese kisokuenen / きそくえんえん Japanese (adj-no,adj-t,adv-to) (yoji) gasping for breath; at one's last gasp; breathing feebly; on the brink of death; more dead than alive

瀕死状態

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Japanese hinshijoutai / hinshijotai / ひんしじょうたい Japanese (noun - becomes adjective with の) moribund state; near-death; barely alive condition

生き埋め

see styles
Japanese ikiume / いきうめ Japanese burying alive

生け捕り

see styles
Japanese ikedori / いけどり Japanese capturing something alive; something captured alive

生け捕る

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Japanese ikedoru / いけどる Japanese (transitive verb) to capture alive; to take prisoner; to catch alive

石子詰め

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Japanese ishikozume / いしこづめ Japanese burying alive beneath stones

脈がある

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Japanese myakugaaru / myakugaru / みゃくがある Japanese (v5r-i,exp) (1) to have a pulse; to be alive; (2) to have a chance; to be not altogether hopeless

脈が有る

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Japanese myakugaaru / myakugaru / みゃくがある Japanese (v5r-i,exp) (1) to have a pulse; to be alive; (2) to have a chance; to be not altogether hopeless

血が通う

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Japanese chigakayou / chigakayo / ちがかよう Japanese (exp,v5u) (1) to be flowing (of blood); to be alive; (2) to be humane; to show signs of humanity

要死不活

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Mandarin yào sǐ bù huó / yao4 si3 bu4 huo2
Taiwan yao ssu pu huo
Chinese half dead; more dead than alive

赴火外道

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Mandarin fù huǒ wài dào / fu4 huo3 wai4 dao4
Taiwan fu huo wai tao
Japanese fuka gedō
Ascetics who burn themselves alive; immolating ascetics

跋羅縷支


跋罗缕支

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Mandarin bá luō lǚ zhī / ba2 luo1 lv3 zhi1
Taiwan pa lo lü chih
Japanese Bararushi
Bhadraruci, a monk of west India, of great subtlety and reasoning power; he opposed an arrogant Brahman, who, defeated, sank alive into hell.

陰魂不散

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Mandarin yīn hún bù sàn / yin1 hun2 bu4 san4
Taiwan yin hun pu san
Chinese lit. the soul of a deceased has not yet dispersed (idiom); fig. the influence still lingers on; the spirit (of some doctrine) is still alive

雖死猶生

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Mandarin suī sǐ yóu shēng / sui1 si3 you2 sheng1
Taiwan sui ssu yu sheng
Chinese lit. although dead, as if still alive (idiom); still with us in spirit

風樹の嘆

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Japanese fuujunotan / fujunotan / ふうじゅのたん Japanese (expression) regretting one's unkindness to one's deceased parents when they were alive

命からがら

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Japanese inochikaragara / いのちからがら Japanese (adverb) for dear life; barely escaping alive

生き埋める

see styles
Japanese ikiumeru / いきうめる Japanese (Ichidan verb) to bury (somebody) alive

生き続ける

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Japanese ikitsuzukeru / いきつづける Japanese (Ichidan verb) (1) to carry on; to go on with one's life; (2) to keep alive; to stay alive; to survive

生擒;生禽

see styles
Japanese seikin / sekin / せいきん Japanese (noun/participle) (obscure) capturing something alive

目の黒い内

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Japanese menokuroiuchi / めのくろいうち Japanese (expression) while alive (e.g. I won't allow ... while I'm alive); as long as one lives

食い伸ばす

see styles
Japanese kuinobasu / くいのばす Japanese (Godan verb with "su" ending) to keep alive on; to stretch food to make ends meet

食い延ばす

see styles
Japanese kuinobasu / くいのばす Japanese (Godan verb with "su" ending) to keep alive on; to stretch food to make ends meet

死んだも同然

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Japanese shindamodouzen / shindamodozen / しんだもどうぜん Japanese (expression) as good as dead; might as well be dead; more dead than alive

目が黒いうち

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Japanese megakuroiuchi / めがくろいうち Japanese (expression) (See 目の黒いうち・めのくろいうち) while alive (e.g. I won't allow ... while I'm alive)

目の黒いうち

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Japanese menokuroiuchi / めのくろいうち Japanese (expression) while alive (e.g. I won't allow ... while I'm alive); as long as one lives

キープアライブ

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Japanese kiipuaraibu / kipuaraibu / キープアライブ Japanese {comp} keep-alive

冤家宜解不宜結


冤家宜解不宜结

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Mandarin yuān jiā yí jiě bù yí jié / yuan1 jia1 yi2 jie3 bu4 yi2 jie2
Taiwan yüan chia i chieh pu i chieh
Chinese It is better to squash enmity rather than keeping it alive (proverb)

生き生きとする

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Japanese ikiikitosuru / ikikitosuru / いきいきとする Japanese (exp,vi) (1) to scintillate; (exp,vi,vt) (2) to freshen; to come alive

生け間;活け間

see styles
Japanese ikema / いけま Japanese compartment in a fishing boat with seawater for reviving or keeping alive fresh fish or bait

生き(P);活き

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Japanese iki(p);iki / いき(P);イキ Japanese (1) (ant: 死に・1) living; being alive; (2) freshness; liveliness; vitality; (3) situation in which a group of stones cannot be captured because it contains contains two or more gaps (in go); (4) (kana only) (usually イキ) stet; leave as-is (proofreading); (prefix) (5) damned

生け捕る;生捕る

see styles
Japanese ikedoru / いけどる Japanese (transitive verb) to capture alive; to take prisoner; to catch alive

気息奄々;気息奄奄

see styles
Japanese kisokuenen / きそくえんえん Japanese (adj-no,adj-t,adv-to) (yoji) gasping for breath; at one's last gasp; breathing feebly; on the brink of death; more dead than alive

脈がある;脈が有る

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Japanese myakugaaru / myakugaru / みゃくがある Japanese (v5r-i,exp) (1) to have a pulse; to be alive; (2) to have a chance; to be not altogether hopeless

ライブ(P);ライヴ

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Japanese raibu(p);raiii / raibu(p);raii / ライブ(P);ライヴ Japanese (n,adj-f) (1) live (esp. concert, show, etc.); live performance; (2) alive

生かす(P);活かす

see styles
Japanese ikasu / いかす Japanese (transitive verb) (1) to make (the best) use of; to leverage (skills, attributes, experience, etc.); to capitalise on (experience, etc); (2) to let live; to keep alive; (3) to revive; to resuscitate

生き埋め(P);生埋め

see styles
Japanese ikiume / いきうめ Japanese burying alive

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Information about this dictionary:

Apparently, we were the first ones who were crazy enough to think that western people might want a combined Chinese, Japanese, and Buddhist dictionary.

A lot of westerners can't tell the difference between Chinese and Japanese - and there is a reason for that. Chinese characters and even whole words were borrowed by Japan from the Chinese language in the 5th century. Much of the time, if a word or character is used in both languages, it will have the same or a similar meaning. However, this is not always true. Language evolves, and meanings independently change in each language.

Example: The Chinese character 湯 for soup (hot water) has come to mean bath (hot water) in Japanese. They have the same root meaning of "hot water", but a 湯屋 sign on a bathhouse in Japan would lead a Chinese person to think it was a "soup house" or a place to get a bowl of soup. See this: Soup or Bath

This dictionary uses the EDICT and CC-CEDICT dictionary files.
EDICT data is the property of the Electronic Dictionary Research and Development Group, and is used in conformance with the Group's license.

Chinese Buddhist terms come from Dictionary of Chinese Buddhist Terms by William Edward Soothill and Lewis Hodous. This is commonly referred to as "Soothill's'". It was first published in 1937 (and is now off copyright so we can use it here). Some of these definitions may be misleading, incomplete, or dated, but 95% of it is good information. Every professor who teaches Buddhism or Eastern Religion has a copy of this on their bookshelf. We incorporated these 16,850 entries into our dictionary database ourselves (it was lot of work).



Combined, these cover 355,969 Japanese, Chinese, and Buddhist characters, words, idioms, and short phrases.

Just because a word appears here does not mean it is appropriate for a tattoo, your business name, etc. Please consult a professional before doing anything stupid with this data.

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No warranty as to the correctness, potential vulgarity, or clarity is expressed or implied. We did not write any of these definitions (though we occasionally act as a contributor/editor to the CC-CEDICT project). You are using this dictionary for free, and you get what you pay for.

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Japanese Kanji Dictionary

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