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Characters Pronunciation
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妖怪

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Mandarin yāo guài / yao1 guai4
Taiwan yao kuai
Japanese youkai / yokai / ようかい
Chinese monster; devil
Japanese ghost; apparition; phantom; spectre; specter; demon; monster; goblin

悪魔

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Japanese akuma / あくま
Japanese (1) devil; demon; fiend; (2) (in Christianity and Judaism) (See サタン) Satan; the Devil; (3) {Buddh} Māra; evil spirits or forces that hinder one's path to enlightenment; (given name) Akuma

降魔

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Mandarin jiàng mó / jiang4 mo2
Taiwan chiang mo
Japanese gouma / goma / ごうま
Japanese conquering the devil; (surname) Gouma
To overcome demons, e.g. as the Buddha did at his enlightenment; to defeat the host of demons

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Mandarin/ mo2
Taiwan mo
Japanese ma / ま
Chinese devil; magic
Japanese (1) demon; devil; evil spirit; evil influence; (suffix noun) (2) (See 覗き魔) someone who (habitually) performs some (negative) act; (surname) Ma
魔羅 Māra, killing, destroying; 'the Destroyer, Evil One, Devil' (M.W.); explained by murderer, hinderer, disturber, destroyer; he is a deva 'often represented with a hundred arms and riding on an elephant'. Eitel. He sends his daughters, or assumes monstrous forms, or inspires wicked men, to seduce or frighten the saints. He 'resides with legions of subordinates in the heaven Paranirmita Vaśavartin situated on the top of the Kāmadhātu'. Eitel. Earlier form 磨; also v. 波 Pāpīyān. He is also called 他化自在天. There are various categories of māras, e.g. the skandha-māra, passion-māra, etc.

蒟蒻

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Mandarin jǔ ruò / ju3 ruo4
Taiwan chü jo
Japanese konnyaku / こんにゃく
Chinese konjac, konnyaku or devil's tongue (Amorphophallus konjac), plant whose corms are used to make a stiff jelly (as a food)
Japanese (1) (kana only) konnyaku (Amorphophallus konjac); konjac; devil's tongue; (2) (food term) (kana only) konnyaku jelly; konjac jelly; devil's tongue jelly

魔王

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Mandarin mó wáng / mo2 wang2
Taiwan mo wang
Japanese maou / mao / まおう
Chinese devil king; evil person
Japanese devil king; (female given name) Maou
The king of māras, the lord of the sixth heaven of the desire-realm.

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Mandarin guī / gui1
Taiwan kuei
Japanese kai / かい
Chinese puppet; grand; strange; exotic
Japanese (given name) Kai
Gigantic, monstrous, part man part devil; a puppet.

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Mandarin yāo / yao1
Taiwan yao
Japanese you / yo / よう    yao / やお    aya / あや
Chinese goblin; witch; devil; bewitching; enchanting; monster; phantom; demon
Japanese (female given name) You; (female given name) Yao; (female given name) Aya
An imp; to bewitch; magical; charming

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Mandarin guài / guai4
Taiwan kuai
Japanese kai / かい
Chinese bewildering; odd; strange; uncanny; devil; monster; to wonder at; to blame; quite; rather
Japanese mystery; wonder
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

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Mandarin/ li2
Taiwan li
Japanese tanuki / たぬき
Chinese raccoon dog; fox-like animal
Japanese (1) (kana only) tanuki (Nyctereutes procyonoides); raccoon dog; (2) (kana only) sly dog; sly old fox; sly fox; cunning devil; craftiness; sly person; someone who makes evil plans without ever breaking their poker face

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Mandarin/ yu4
Taiwan
Chinese devil

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Mandarin/ li2
Taiwan li
Japanese tanuki / たぬき
Chinese variant of 狸[li2]
Japanese (out-dated kanji) (1) (kana only) tanuki (Nyctereutes procyonoides); raccoon dog; (2) (kana only) sly dog; sly old fox; sly fox; cunning devil; craftiness; sly person; someone who makes evil plans without ever breaking their poker face

ガキ

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Japanese gaki / ガキ Japanese (1) (kana only) (colloquialism) brat; kids; urchin; little devil; (2) (Buddhist term) preta; hungry ghost; ghoul

厲鬼


厉鬼

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Mandarin lì guǐ / li4 gui3
Taiwan li kuei
Japanese raiki
Chinese malicious spirit; devil
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

塵暴


尘暴

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Mandarin chén bào / chen2 bao4
Taiwan ch`en pao / chen pao
Chinese dust devil

外道

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Mandarin wài dào / wai4 dao4
Taiwan wai tao
Japanese gedou / gedo / げどう
Japanese (1) {Buddh} (ant: 内道) non-Buddhist teachings; non-Buddhist; (2) heterodoxy; unorthodoxy; heresy; heretic; (3) (derogatory term) demon; fiend; devil; brute; bad person; (4) type of fish one did not intend to catch; (person) Gedou
Outside doctrines; non-Buddhist; heresy, heretics; the Tīrthyas or Tīrthikas; there are many groups of these: that of the 二天三仙 two devas and three sages, i. e. the Viṣṇuites, the Maheśvarites (or Śivaites), and the followers of Kapila, Ulūka, and Ṛṣabha. Another group of four is given as Kapila, Ulūka, Nirgrantha-putra (Jainas), and Jñātṛ (Jainas). A group of six, known as the外道六師 six heretical masters, is Pūraṇa-Kāśyapa, Maskari-Gośālīputra, Sañjaya-Vairāṭīputra, Ajita-Keśakambala, Kakuda-Kātyāyana, and Nirgrantha-Jñātṛputra; there are also two other groupings of six, one of them indicative of their various forms of asceticism and self-torture. There are also groups of 13, 1, 20, 30, 95, and 96 heretics, or forms of non-Buddhist doctrine, the 95 being divided into 11 classes, beginning with the Saṃkhyā philosophy and ending with that of no-cause, or existence as accidental.

天魔

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Mandarin tiān mó / tian1 mo2
Taiwan t`ien mo / tien mo
Japanese tenma / てんま
Chinese demonic; devil
Japanese {Buddh} (See 四魔) demon of the sixth heaven in the realm of desire who tries to prevent people from doing good
deva-māra, 魔羅 one of the four Māras, who dwells in the sixth heaven. Paranirmita-vaśa-vartin, at the top of the Kāmadhātu, with his innumerable host, whence he constantly obstructs the Buddha-truth and its followers. He is also styled 殺者 the slayer; also 波旬 explained by 惡愛 sinful love or desire, as he sends his daughters to seduce the saints; also 波卑 (波卑夜) Papiyan, the evil one. He is the special Māra of the Śākyamuni period; other Buddhas suffer from other Māras; v. 魔.

悪鬼

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Japanese akki / あっき Japanese evil spirit; demon; devil; (female given name) Akki; (female given name) Aki

惡鬼


恶鬼

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Mandarin è guǐ / e4 gui3
Taiwan o kuei
Japanese akki
Chinese evil spirit; devil
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

房魔

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Mandarin fáng mó / fang2 mo2
Taiwan fang mo
Chinese "housing devil", real estate developer or realtor accused of manipulating the property market in their favor

業障


业障

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Mandarin yè zhàng / ye4 zhang4
Taiwan yeh chang
Japanese gōshō
Chinese karmic hindrance (buddhism); karmic consequences that stand in the way of enlightenment; (term of abuse, especially toward the younger generation) devil spawn; (fig.) money
karmāvaraṇa; the screen, or hindrance, of past karma, hindering the attainment of bodhi; hindrance of karma

死鬼

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Mandarin sǐ guǐ / si3 gui3
Taiwan ssu kuei
Chinese devil; You devil! (as joke or insult); the departed

浜菱

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Japanese hamabishi;hamabishi / はまびし;ハマビシ Japanese (kana only) caltrop (Tribulus terrestris); cat's head; devil's thorn; devil's weed; goathead; land caltrop; puncturevine

淫鬼

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Mandarin yín guǐ / yin2 gui3
Taiwan yin kuei
Chinese lecherous devil

猴兒


猴儿

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Mandarin hóu r // hóu ér / hou2 r5 // hou2 er2
Taiwan hou r // hou erh
Chinese monkey; little devil

白魔

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Japanese hakuma / はくま Japanese heavy snowfall; white devil

肏蛋

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Mandarin cào dàn / cao4 dan4
Taiwan ts`ao tan / tsao tan
Chinese damn it!; fuck! (vulgar); Satan (loanword); devil

菎蒻

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Japanese konnyaku / こんにゃく Japanese (1) (kana only) konnyaku (Amorphophallus konjac); konjac; devil's tongue; (2) (food term) (kana only) konnyaku jelly; konjac jelly; devil's tongue jelly

蜻蜒

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Japanese yanma / やんま Japanese (1) (kana only) darner (any dragonfly of family Aeshnidae); devil's darning needle; (2) (kana only) dragonfly (esp. a large one)

蝠鱝

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Mandarin fú fèn / fu2 fen4
Taiwan fu fen
Chinese manta ray; devil ray

邪鬼

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Mandarin xié guǐ / xie2 gui3
Taiwan hsieh kuei
Japanese jaki / じゃき
Japanese devil; imp; evil spirit
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

餓鬼


饿鬼

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Mandarin è guǐ / e4 gui3
Taiwan o kuei
Japanese gaki;gaki / がき;ガキ
Chinese sb who is always hungry; glutton; (Buddhism) hungry ghost
Japanese (1) (kana only) (colloquialism) brat; kids; urchin; little devil; (2) {Buddh} (orig. meaning) preta; hungry ghost; ghoul
pretas, hungry spirits, one of the three lower destinies. They are of varied classes, numbering nine or thirty-six, and are in differing degrees and kinds of suffering, some wealthy and of light torment, others possessing nothing and in perpetual torment; some are jailers and executioners of Yama in the hells, others wander to and fro amongst men, especially at night. Their city or region is called 餓鬼城; 餓鬼界. Their destination or path is the 餓鬼趣 or 餓鬼道.

鬼女

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Japanese kijo / きじょ Japanese (1) demoness; witch; ogress; she-devil; (2) (slang) (derogatory term) (joc) (pun on 既女) (See 既女) married woman

鬼臉

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Mandarin guǐ liǎn / gui3 lian3
Taiwan kuei lien
Chinese wry face; to grimace; to pull a face; comic face; face mask; devil mask

鬼面

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Japanese kimen / きめん Japanese mask of a devil; startling appearance; devil's face

鬼魔

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Mandarin guǐ mó / gui3 mo2
Taiwan kuei mo
Chinese Devil (in Jewish and Christian mythology)

魔物

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Japanese mamono / まもの Japanese demon; devil; evil spirit; monster; goblin; apparition

魔神

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Japanese majin;mashin / まじん;ましん Japanese devil; evil spirit; genie; (female given name) Mami

魔頭

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Mandarin mó tóu / mo2 tou2
Taiwan mo t`ou / mo tou
Chinese monster; devil

魔風

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Japanese makaze;mafuu / makaze;mafu / まかぜ;まふう Japanese storm caused by the devil; evil wind; eerie wind

魔鬼

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Mandarin mó guǐ / mo2 gui3
Taiwan mo kuei
Japanese maki / まき
Chinese devil
Japanese (surname, female given name) Maki

鮟鱇

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Mandarin ān kāng / an1 kang1
Taiwan an k`ang / an kang
Japanese ankou;ankou / anko;anko / あんこう;アンコウ    anko / あんこ
Chinese anglerfish
Japanese (1) (kana only) goosefish (any anglerfish of family Lophiidae); monkfish; sea devil; (2) (archaism) fool; (3) (See 呼び樋) curved gutter; (1) (kana only) (See あんこ型・あんこがた) potbellied sumo wrestler; wrestler with a big belly; (2) (orig. meaning) (See 鮟鱇・あんこう・1) goosefish (any anglerfish of family Lophiidae); monkfish; sea devil; (place-name) Anko

黑鬼

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Mandarin hēi guǐ / hei1 gui3
Taiwan hei kuei
Chinese black devil (derogatory term for black or African person)

タヌキ

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Japanese tanuki / タヌキ Japanese (1) (kana only) tanuki (Nyctereutes procyonoides); raccoon dog; (2) (kana only) sly dog; sly old fox; sly fox; cunning devil; craftiness; sly person; someone who makes evil plans without ever breaking their poker face

デビル

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Japanese debiru / デビル Japanese devil

ポトス

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Japanese potosu / ポトス Japanese pothos; devil's ivy (species of arum, Epipremnum aureum)

倒霉蛋

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Mandarin dǎo méi dàn / dao3 mei2 dan4
Taiwan tao mei tan
Chinese (coll.) poor devil; unfortunate man

壞包兒


坏包儿

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Mandarin huài bāo r / huai4 bao1 r5
Taiwan huai pao r
Chinese rascal; rogue; little devil (term of endearment)

小悪魔

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Japanese koakuma / こあくま Japanese (noun or adjectival noun) (colloquialism) rogue; devil; imp; (female given name) Koakuma

小祖宗

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Mandarin xiǎo zǔ zōng / xiao3 zu3 zong1
Taiwan hsiao tsu tsung
Chinese brat; little devil

小髒鬼


小脏鬼

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Mandarin xiǎo zāng guǐ / xiao3 zang1 gui3
Taiwan hsiao tsang kuei
Chinese dirty little devil (affectionate, of child)

東洋鬼

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Mandarin dōng yáng guǐ / dong1 yang2 gui3
Taiwan tung yang kuei
Chinese foreign devil; wartime term of abuse for Japanese

洋鬼子

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Mandarin yáng guǐ zi / yang2 gui3 zi5
Taiwan yang kuei tzu
Chinese foreign devil; term of abuse for Westerners

熊孩子

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Mandarin xióng hái zi / xiong2 hai2 zi5
Taiwan hsiung hai tzu
Chinese (dialect) little devil; brat

猴孩子

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Mandarin hóu hái zi / hou2 hai2 zi5
Taiwan hou hai tzu
Chinese little devil

疱瘡神

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Japanese housougami;housoushin / hosogami;hososhin / ほうそうがみ;ほうそうしん Japanese smallpox demon; smallpox devil; deity to whom one prays for immunity to smallpox

臍曲り

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Japanese hesomagari / へそまがり Japanese (n,adj-na,adj-no) perverseness; devil's advocate

赤藻屑

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Japanese akamoku;akamoku / あかもく;アカモク Japanese (kana only) devil weed (Sargassum horneri)

鬼虎魚

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Japanese oniokoze / おにおこぜ Japanese (kana only) devil stinger (Inimicus japonicus)

魔鬼島

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Mandarin mó guǐ dǎo / mo2 gui3 dao3
Taiwan mo kuei tao
Chinese Devil's Island, notorious French prison off the coast of French Guyana

たらの木

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Japanese taranoki / たらのき Japanese (kana only) devil's walking stick (tree) (Aralia elata); Japanese angelica tree

へそ曲り

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Japanese hesomagari / へそまがり Japanese (n,adj-na,adj-no) perverseness; devil's advocate

アカモク

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Japanese akamoku / アカモク Japanese (kana only) devil weed (Sargassum horneri)

アンコウ

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Japanese ankou / anko / アンコウ Japanese (1) (kana only) goosefish (any anglerfish of family Lophiidae); monkfish; sea devil; (2) (archaism) fool; (3) curved gutter

タラの木

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Japanese taranoki / タラのき Japanese (kana only) devil's walking stick (tree) (Aralia elata); Japanese angelica tree

タラノキ

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Japanese taranoki / タラノキ Japanese (kana only) devil's walking stick (tree) (Aralia elata); Japanese angelica tree

デヴィル

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Japanese deriru / デヴィル Japanese devil

ハマビシ

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Japanese hamabishi / ハマビシ Japanese (kana only) caltrop (Tribulus terrestris); cat's head; devil's thorn; devil's weed; goathead; land caltrop; puncturevine

仕事の鬼

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Japanese shigotonooni / しごとのおに Japanese work fiend; devil for work

左右兩難


左右两难

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Mandarin zuǒ yòu liǎng nán / zuo3 you4 liang3 nan2
Taiwan tso yu liang nan
Chinese dilemma; quandary; Scylla and Charybdis; between the devil and the deep blue sea (idiom)

引鬼上門


引鬼上门

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Mandarin yǐn guǐ shàng mén / yin3 gui3 shang4 men2
Taiwan yin kuei shang men
Chinese to lead the devil to the door (idiom); to invite the attention of criminals; to leave oneself open to attack

悪魔主義

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Japanese akumashugi / あくましゅぎ Japanese satanism; devil worship

日本鬼子

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Mandarin rì běn guǐ zi / ri4 ben3 gui3 zi5
Taiwan jih pen kuei tzu
Chinese Japanese devil (common term of abuse in wartime China and in subsequent writing)

東洋鬼子

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Mandarin dōng yáng guǐ zi / dong1 yang2 gui3 zi5
Taiwan tung yang kuei tzu
Chinese foreign devil; wartime term of abuse for Japanese

混世魔王

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Mandarin hùn shì mó wáng / hun4 shi4 mo2 wang2
Taiwan hun shih mo wang
Chinese devil incarnate (idiom); fiend in human form

爾虞我詐

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Mandarin ěr yú wǒ zhà / er3 yu2 wo3 zha4
Taiwan erh yü wo cha
Chinese lit. you hoodwink me and I cheat you (idiom); fig. mutual deception; each tries to outwit the other; dog eats dog and devil take the hindmost

瑠璃雀鯛

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Japanese rurisuzumedai;rurisuzumedai / るりすずめだい;ルリスズメダイ Japanese (kana only) sapphire devil (Chrysiptera cyanea, damselfish from the Indo-West Pacific)

窮鼠噛猫

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Japanese kyuusogoubyou / kyusogobyo / きゅうそごうびょう Japanese (expression) (yoji) A cornered rat will bite the cat; One who is cornered will fight like a devil

臍曲がり

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Japanese hesomagari / へそまがり Japanese (n,adj-na,adj-no) perverseness; devil's advocate

裝神弄鬼

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Mandarin zhuāng shén nòng guǐ / zhuang1 shen2 nong4 gui3
Taiwan chuang shen nung kuei
Chinese lit. dress up as God, play the devil (idiom); fig. to mystify; to deceive people; to scam

進退両難

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Japanese shintairyounan / shintairyonan / しんたいりょうなん Japanese (yoji) being driven to the wall; finding oneself between the devil and the deep blue sea; finding oneself between a rock and a hard place

邪門歪道

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Mandarin xié mén wāi dào / xie2 men2 wai1 dao4
Taiwan hsieh men wai tao
Chinese lit. devil's gate, crooked path (idiom); corrupt practices; crooked methods; dishonesty

鬼の霍乱

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Japanese oninokakuran / おにのかくらん Japanese (exp,n) person of strong constitution unexpectedly falling ill; sickness of a stout man; the devil getting sunstroke

鬼面仏心

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Japanese kimenbusshin / きめんぶっしん Japanese (yoji) having the face of a devil and the heart of Buddha; having a stern face but a tender heart

魔王撒旦

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Mandarin mó wáng sā dàn / mo2 wang2 sa1 dan4
Taiwan mo wang sa tan
Chinese Satan, Devil king

どこ吹く風

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Japanese dokofukukaze / どこふくかぜ Japanese (expression) showing no concern at all; being not at all bothered; devil-may-care attitude

へそ曲がり

see styles
Japanese hesomagari / へそまがり Japanese (n,adj-na,adj-no) perverseness; devil's advocate

オニオコゼ

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Japanese oniokoze / オニオコゼ Japanese (kana only) devil stinger (Inimicus japonicus)

コンニャク

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Japanese konnyaku / コンニャク Japanese (1) (kana only) konnyaku (Amorphophallus konjac); konjac; devil's tongue; (2) (food term) (kana only) konnyaku jelly; konjac jelly; devil's tongue jelly

何処吹く風

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Japanese dokofukukaze / どこふくかぜ Japanese (expression) showing no concern at all; being not at all bothered; devil-may-care attitude

紅輪蒲公英

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Japanese kourintanpopo;kourintanpopo / korintanpopo;korintanpopo / こうりんたんぽぽ;コウリンタンポポ Japanese (kana only) fox-and-cubs (Pilosella aurantiaca); orange hawkweed; tawny hawkweed; devil's paintbrush

蒟蒻;菎蒻

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Japanese konnyaku;konnyaku / こんにゃく;コンニャク Japanese (1) (kana only) konnyaku (Amorphophallus konjac); konjac; devil's tongue; (2) (kana only) {food} konnyaku jelly; konjac jelly; devil's tongue jelly

鬼のように

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Japanese oninoyouni / oninoyoni / おにのように Japanese (expression) (1) (slang) very; extremely; (2) like the devil; as a demon

デビルイヤー

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Japanese debiruiyaa / debiruiya / デビルイヤー Japanese (manga slang) sharp ear (wasei: devil ear); long ears

モロクトカゲ

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Japanese morokutokage / モロクトカゲ Japanese thorny devil (Moloch horridus); thorny lizard

噂をすれば影

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Japanese uwasaosurebakage / うわさをすればかげ Japanese (expression) (proverb) (See 噂をすれば影が射す) speak of the devil

鬼鰧;鬼虎魚

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Japanese oniokoze;oniokoze / おにおこぜ;オニオコゼ Japanese (kana only) devil stinger (Inimicus japonicus)

ちゃらんぽらん

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Japanese charanporan / ちゃらんぽらん Japanese (adj-na,n,adj-no) blithe; devil-may-care; speaking off-hand; slaphappy; happy-go-lucky

アサフェティダ

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Japanese asafetida / アサフェティダ Japanese asafoetida (Ferula assafoetida); asafetida; devil's dung; stinking gum

デビル・イヤー

see styles
Japanese debiru iyaa / debiru iya / デビル・イヤー Japanese (manga slang) sharp ear (wasei: devil ear); long ears

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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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