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Characters Pronunciation
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Mandarin niǎo / niao3
Taiwan niao
Japanese yanadori / やなどり    torisaki / とりさき    tori / とり    igayama / いがやま    ikariyama / いかりやま
Chinese bird; CL:隻|只[zhi1],群[qun2]; (dialect) to pay attention to; (intensifier) damned; goddam; variant of 屌[diao3]; penis
Japanese (1) bird; (2) bird meat (esp. chicken meat); fowl; poultry; (surname) Yanadori; (surname) Torisaki; (surname, given name) Tori; (personal name) Igayama; (personal name) Ikariyama
A bird.

水痘

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Mandarin shuǐ dòu / shui3 dou4
Taiwan shui tou
Japanese suitou / suito / すいとう
Chinese chickenpox; Varicella zoster (med.)
Japanese (See 水疱瘡) chickenpox; chicken pox

胸肉

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Mandarin xiōng ròu / xiong1 rou4
Taiwan hsiung jou
Japanese muneniku / むねにく
Chinese breast meat (brisket, chicken breast etc)
Japanese breast meat (usu. of chicken); breast; white meat

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Mandarin qiào / qiao4
Taiwan ch`iao / chiao
Japanese gara / がら    kaku / かく
Chinese variant of 殼|壳[qiao4]
Japanese (n,n-pref) (1) (kana only) (See 鶏がら) chicken bones (e.g. for soup); chicken carcass; (2) (kana only) poor-quality coke (coal); (suffix) (3) (kana only) left-overs; remnants; (See 電子殻) shell (e.g. electron shell)

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Mandarin qín / qin2
Taiwan ch`in / chin
Japanese kin / とり
Chinese generic term for birds and animals; birds; to capture (old)
Japanese (1) bird; (2) bird meat (esp. chicken meat); fowl; poultry
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition


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Mandarin/ ji1
Taiwan chi
Japanese kei
Chinese fowl; chicken; CL:隻|只[zhi1]; (slang) prostitute
kukkuṭa, a cock, fowl, chicken, hen; translit. ku, ke, go.

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Mandarin/ ji1
Taiwan chi
Japanese niwatori(p);tori;kake(ok);kutakake(ok);niwatori / にわとり(P);とり;かけ(ok);くたかけ(ok);ニワトリ
Chinese Japanese variant of 雞|鸡
Japanese (1) (domestic) chicken; (2) (See 鶏肉) chicken (meat)

ずり

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Japanese zuri / ずり Japanese (1) shear (wind, fluids); (2) (colloquialism) (abbreviation) (See 砂ずり・すなずり・4) chicken gizzard

三鳥

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Japanese sanchou / sancho / さんちょう Japanese (1) (archaism) cuckoo, Japanese bush warbler & wagtail; (2) {food} chicken, goose & pheasant

六畜

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Mandarin liù chù / liu4 chu4
Taiwan liu ch`u / liu chu
Japanese rokuchiku
Chinese six domestic animals, namely: pig, cow, sheep, horse, chicken and dog
The six animals likened to the six organs 六根, v. 六衆生.

土雞


土鸡

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Mandarin tǔ jī / tu3 ji1
Taiwan t`u chi / tu chi
Chinese free-range chicken

地鳥

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Japanese jidori / じどり    jitori / じとり Japanese (1) nationally protected chicken breed; free-range local traditional pedigree chicken; chicken meat from same; (2) locally raised chicken

地鶏

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Japanese jidori / じどり    jitori / じとり Japanese nationally protected chicken breed; free-range local traditional pedigree chicken; chicken meat from same

寄鍋

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Japanese yosenabe / よせなべ Japanese (irregular okurigana usage) pot of chicken or seafood, and vegetables in a dashi broth, usu. cooked at the table (traditionally a winter meal); seafood and vegetable stew or chowder

成鶏

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Japanese seikei / seke / せいけい Japanese adult chicken; mature fowl

手羽

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Japanese teba / てば Japanese chicken wing

捏ね

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Japanese tsukune / つくね Japanese chicken or fish meatloaf made with egg

柴雞

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Mandarin chái jī / chai2 ji1
Taiwan ch`ai chi / chai chi
Chinese a variety of free-range chicken, small with furless legs, laying smaller eggs

正肉

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Japanese shouniku / shoniku / しょうにく Japanese meat (esp. chicken) without bones, skin or excess fat

水炊

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Japanese mizudaki / みずだき    mizutaki / みずたき Japanese (irregular okurigana usage) (food term) food (esp. chicken and vegetables) boiled in plain water (or sometimes dashi, etc.) and served with dipping sauce (esp. ponzu)

油雞

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Mandarin yóu jī / you2 ji1
Taiwan yu chi
Chinese a variety of chicken

炸雞

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Mandarin zhá jī / zha2 ji1
Taiwan cha chi
Chinese fried chicken

烏雞

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Mandarin wū jī / wu1 ji1
Taiwan wu chi
Chinese black-boned chicken; silky fowl; silkie; Gallus gallus domesticus Brisson

烤雞

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Mandarin kǎo jī / kao3 ji1
Taiwan k`ao chi / kao chi
Chinese roast chicken

焼鳥

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Japanese yakitori / やきとり Japanese yakitori; chicken pieces (or sometimes beef or pork offal) grilled on a skewer

端金

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Japanese hashitagane / はしたがね Japanese odd money; loose change; small (paltry) sum (of money); chicken feed; (mere) pittance

笨雞

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Mandarin bèn jī / ben4 ji1
Taiwan pen chi
Chinese free-range chicken

笹身

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Japanese sasami / ささみ Japanese (kana only) chicken tender; chicken tenderloin

肉雞

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Mandarin ròu jī / rou4 ji1
Taiwan jou chi
Chinese chicken raised for meat; broiler; (computing) zombie; infected computer in a botnet

脯子

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Mandarin pú zi / pu2 zi5
Taiwan p`u tzu / pu tzu
Chinese breast meat (of chicken etc)

若鳥

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Japanese wakatori / わかとり Japanese chick; chicken; (surname) Wakatori

若鶏

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Japanese wakadori / わかどり Japanese chick; chicken

草雞

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Mandarin cǎo jī / cao3 ji1
Taiwan ts`ao chi / tsao chi
Chinese free-range chicken; (dialect) hen; cowardly

蕪蒸

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Japanese kaburamushi / かぶらむし Japanese (1) steamed fish with grated turnip on top; (2) hollowed-out turnip stuffed with chicken, shrimp, gingko nuts, etc.

蹴爪

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Japanese kezume / けづめ Japanese fetlock (horse, etc.); spur (chicken, etc.); cockspur; dewclaw (dog, etc.)

醉雞

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Mandarin zuì jī / zui4 ji1
Taiwan tsui chi
Chinese chicken in rice wine; also translated drunken chicken

野衾

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Japanese momonga / ももんが    nobusuma / のぶすま Japanese (kana only) Japanese flying squirrel (Pteromys momonga); small Japanese flying squirrel; Japanese dwarf flying squirrel; (1) legendary monster resembling a flying squirrel; (2) Japanese giant flying squirrel (Petaurista leucogenys); (3) (food term) Japanese dish prepared with cooked fish and chicken

雛雞

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Mandarin chú jī / chu2 ji1
Taiwan ch`u chi / chu chi
Chinese chick; newly hatched chicken

雞丁

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Mandarin jī dīng / ji1 ding1
Taiwan chi ting
Chinese diced chicken meat

雞塊

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Mandarin jī kuài / ji1 kuai4
Taiwan chi k`uai / chi kuai
Chinese chicken nugget; chicken piece

雞排

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Mandarin jī pái / ji1 pai2
Taiwan chi p`ai / chi pai
Chinese chicken breast; chicken cutlet

雞毛

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Mandarin jī máo / ji1 mao2
Taiwan chi mao
Chinese chicken feather; CL:根[gen1]; trivial

雞湯

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Mandarin jī tāng / ji1 tang1
Taiwan chi t`ang / chi tang
Chinese chicken stock

雞珍

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Mandarin jī zhēn / ji1 zhen1
Taiwan chi chen
Chinese chicken gizzard (cuisine)

雞精

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Mandarin jī jīng / ji1 jing1
Taiwan chi ching
Chinese chicken bouillon powder (PRC); essence of chicken, concentrated chicken stock sold as a tonic (Tw)

雞肉

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Mandarin jī ròu / ji1 rou4
Taiwan chi jou
Chinese chicken meat

雞肋

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Mandarin jī lèi / ji1 lei4
Taiwan chi lei
Chinese chicken ribs; something of little value or interest; something of dubious worth that one is reluctant to give up; to be physically weak

雞腳

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Mandarin jī jiǎo / ji1 jiao3
Taiwan chi chiao
Chinese chicken feet

雞腿

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Mandarin jī tuǐ / ji1 tui3
Taiwan chi t`ui / chi tui
Chinese chicken leg; drumstick; CL:根[gen1]

雞蛋

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Mandarin jī dàn / ji1 dan4
Taiwan chi tan
Chinese (chicken) egg; hen's egg; CL:個|个[ge4],打[da2]

養鶏

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Japanese youkei / yoke / ようけい Japanese poultry raising; poultry farming; chicken farming

鳥刺

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Japanese torisashi / とりさし Japanese (1) catching birds (using a birdlime-covered pole); bird catcher; (2) slices of raw chicken meat; chicken sashimi

鳥天

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Japanese toriten / とりてん Japanese chicken tempura (specialty of Oita prefecture)

鳥屋

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Mandarin niǎo wū / niao3 wu1
Taiwan niao wu
Japanese toriya / とりや    toya / とや
Chinese birdhouse
Japanese bird dealer; poulterer; chicken coop; henhouse; (place-name, surname) Toriya; (place-name) Toya

鳥殻

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Japanese torigara / とりがら Japanese chicken bones; chicken carcass

鳥皮

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Japanese torikawa;chouhi / torikawa;chohi / とりかわ;ちょうひ Japanese (1) (obscure) (esp. とりかわ) chicken skin (e.g. in cooking); (2) (esp. ちょうひ) bird skins

鳥肉

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Japanese toriniku;chouniku / toriniku;choniku / とりにく;ちょうにく Japanese chicken meat; bird meat

鳥鍋

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Japanese torinabe / とりなべ Japanese chicken cooked in a shallow pan with vegetables

鳥飯

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Japanese torimeshi / とりめし Japanese (food term) chicken and rice

鳳爪

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Mandarin fèng zhǎo / feng4 zhao3
Taiwan feng chao
Chinese chicken feet (cuisine)

鶏刺

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Japanese torisashi / とりさし Japanese (1) catching birds (using a birdlime-covered pole); bird catcher; (2) slices of raw chicken meat; chicken sashimi

鶏口

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Japanese keikou / keko / けいこう Japanese mouth of a chicken

鶏殻

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Japanese torigara / とりがら Japanese chicken bones; chicken carcass

鶏糞

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Japanese keifun / kefun / けいふん Japanese poultry manure; chicken droppings

鶏肉

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Japanese keiniku(p);toriniku / keniku(p);toriniku / けいにく(P);とりにく Japanese chicken meat

鶏蜱

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Japanese wakumo;wakumo / わくも;ワクモ Japanese (kana only) chicken mite (Dermanyssus gallinae)

鶏足

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Japanese keisoku / kesoku / けいそく Japanese chicken leg; (surname) Toritari; (surname) Keisoku

鶏鍋

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Japanese torinabe / とりなべ Japanese chicken cooked in a shallow pan with vegetables

鶏飯

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Japanese keihan;keefan / kehan;keefan / けいはん;ケーファン Japanese dish of seasoned chicken with rice, pickles, etc. (from Kagoshima and Okinawa)

鶏魚

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Japanese isagi / いさぎ    isaki / いさき Japanese (kana only) chicken grunt (species of fish, Parapristipoma trilineatum); threeline grunt

黄鶏

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Japanese kashiwa / かしわ Japanese (1) (archaism) chicken meat; white meat; (2) yellow-winged-chicken

がめ煮

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Japanese gameni / がめに Japanese {food} (See 筑前煮) chicken stew with taro, carrot, burdock, etc.

ささ身

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Japanese sasami / ささみ Japanese (kana only) chicken tender; chicken tenderloin

せせり

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Japanese seseri / せせり Japanese {food} (esp. as yakitori) chicken neck meat

わくも

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Japanese wakumo / わくも Japanese (kana only) chicken mite (Dermanyssus gallinae)

アドボ

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Japanese adobo / アドボ Japanese Filipino national dish of braised chicken or pork

イサキ

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Japanese isaki / イサキ Japanese (kana only) chicken grunt (species of fish, Parapristipoma trilineatum); threeline grunt

イサギ

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Japanese isagi / イサギ Japanese (kana only) chicken grunt (species of fish, Parapristipoma trilineatum); threeline grunt

エッグ

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Japanese eggu / エッグ Japanese egg (esp. chicken eggs); (personal name) Eg; Egg

ササミ

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Japanese sasami / ササミ Japanese (kana only) chicken tender; chicken tenderloin

チキる

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Japanese chikiru / チキる Japanese (Godan verb with "ru" ending) (slang) to get scared; to chicken out

チキン

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Japanese chikin / チキン Japanese (noun or adjectival noun) (1) chicken; (2) person who scares easily; person who lacks courage; (personal name) Cecchin

ブラマ

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Japanese burama / ブラマ Japanese Brahma (chicken breed)

ワクモ

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Japanese wakumo / ワクモ Japanese (kana only) chicken mite (Dermanyssus gallinae)

七里香

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Mandarin qī lǐ xiāng / qi1 li3 xiang1
Taiwan ch`i li hsiang / chi li hsiang
Chinese orange jasmine (Murraya paniculata); "chicken butt", popular Taiwan snack on a stick, made of marinated "white cut chicken" butt

他人丼

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Japanese tanindon;tanindonburi / たにんどん;たにんどんぶり Japanese {food} (See 親子丼・1) oyakodon-like dish made with something other than chicken; bowl of rice with cooked meat (esp. beef or pork) and eggs on top

伊佐木

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Japanese izaki / いざき    isaki / いさき Japanese (kana only) chicken grunt (species of fish, Parapristipoma trilineatum); threeline grunt; (surname) Izaki; (surname) Isaki

参鶏湯

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Japanese samugetan / サムゲタン Japanese samgyetang (kor:); chicken ginseng soup (Korean dish)

參雞湯


参鸡汤

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Mandarin shēn jī tāng / shen1 ji1 tang1
Taiwan shen chi t`ang / shen chi tang
Chinese samgyetang, popular Korean chicken soup with ginseng, spices etc

口水雞


口水鸡

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Mandarin kǒu shuǐ jī / kou3 shui3 ji1
Taiwan k`ou shui chi / kou shui chi
Chinese steamed chicken with chili sauce

家鄉雞


家乡鸡

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Mandarin jiā xiāng jī / jia1 xiang1 ji1
Taiwan chia hsiang chi
Chinese home town chicken (item on a menu)

寄せ鍋

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Japanese yosenabe / よせなべ Japanese pot of chicken or seafood, and vegetables in a dashi broth, usu. cooked at the table (traditionally a winter meal); seafood and vegetable stew or chowder

小龍蝦


小龙虾

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Mandarin xiǎo lóng xiā / xiao3 long2 xia1
Taiwan hsiao lung hsia
Chinese crayfish; langoustine; chicken lobster

尾長鳥

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Japanese onagadori / おながどり Japanese long-tailed cock; long-tailed fowl (variety of chicken)

尾長鶏

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Japanese onagadori / おながどり Japanese long-tailed cock; long-tailed fowl (variety of chicken)

心残り

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Japanese kokoronokori / こころのこり Japanese (noun or adjectival noun) (1) regret; (2) flesh, blood vessels and fat from around chicken heart, usu. served as yakitori

手羽元

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Japanese tebamoto / てばもと Japanese (See 手羽先) first segment of a chicken's wing; drumette

手羽先

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Japanese tebasaki / てばさき Japanese (See 手羽元) (tip section of) chicken wing; second segment of chicken wing

打雞血


打鸡血

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Mandarin dǎ jī xuè / da3 ji1 xue4
Taiwan ta chi hsüeh
Chinese lit. to inject chicken blood; (coll.) extremely excited or energetic (often used mockingly)

放山雞


放山鸡

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Mandarin fàng shān jī / fang4 shan1 ji1
Taiwan fang shan chi
Chinese free-range chicken

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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).



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