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Mandarin jí dù / ji2 du4
Taiwan chi tu
Japanese kyokudo / きょくど
Chinese extremely
Japanese (noun or adjectival noun) maximum; extreme; utmost; curvature



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Mandarin zhēn liè / zhen1 lie4
Taiwan chen lieh
Japanese teiretsu / teretsu / ていれつ
 Vertical Wall Scroll
Chinese ready to die to preserve one's chastity
Japanese (noun or adjectival noun) extreme faithfulness

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Mandarin/ ji2
Taiwan chi
Japanese kyoku / きょく
Chinese extremely; pole (geography, physics); utmost; top
Japanese (1) pole; (2) climax; extreme; extremity; culmination; height; zenith; nadir; (female given name) Kiwamu; (female given name) Kiwami
Highest point, apex; utmost, ultimate, extreme, the limit, finality; reaching to; very



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Mandarin jí běi / ji2 bei3
Taiwan chi pei
Japanese kyokuhoku / きょくほく
Chinese extreme north
Japanese extreme north; North Pole; (place-name) Kyokuhoku



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Mandarin jí duān / ji2 duan1
Taiwan chi tuan
Japanese kyokutan / きょくたん
Chinese extreme
Japanese (noun or adjectival noun) extreme; extremity



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Mandarin guò jī / guo4 ji1
Taiwan kuo chi
Japanese kageki / かげき
Chinese drastic; extreme; aggressive
Japanese (noun or adjectival noun) extreme; radical

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Mandarin jǐn / jin3
Taiwan chin
Japanese manma / まんま    mama / まま
Chinese to the greatest extent; (when used before a noun of location) furthest or extreme; to be within the limits of; to give priority to
Japanese (n,n-adv) (1) (kana only) as it is; as one likes; because; as; (2) (kana only) condition; state; (surname) Mama

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Mandarin zuì / zui4
Taiwan tsui
Japanese sai / さい
Chinese most; the most; -est (superlative suffix)
Japanese (pref,adj-na) (1) the most; the extreme; (adj-t,adv-to) (2) (See 最たる) prime; conspicuous; (personal name) Yutaka; (given name) Masaru; (personal name) Takashi; (personal name) Saichou; (female given name) Sai
Most, very, superlative.

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Mandarin měng / meng3
Taiwan meng
Japanese mou / mo / もう
Chinese ferocious; fierce; violent; brave; suddenly; abrupt; (slang) awesome
Japanese (adjectival noun) (1) greatly energetic; (2) ferocious; (prefix) (3) extreme; severe; (given name) Mou; (female given name) Takeru; (surname, given name) Takeshi; (given name) Takeki; (personal name) Takashi; (given name) Isamu
Fierce, violent; determined; sudden; ardent

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Mandarin shèn // shén / shen4 // shen2
Taiwan shen
Japanese jinji / じんじ    jinkichi / じんきち    jin / じん
Chinese what; very; extremely; any; variant of 什[shen2]
Japanese (personal name) Jinji; (given name) Jinkichi; (surname, given name) Jin
What? any; very, extreme.

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Mandarin/ ji4
Taiwan chi
Chinese luxuriant growth; extreme; reach

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Mandarin zhòng // chóng / zhong4 // chong2
Taiwan chung // ch`ung / chung // chung
Japanese juu / ju / じゅう    e / え
Chinese heavy; serious; to attach importance to; to repeat; repetition; again; re-; classifier: layer
Japanese (1) (abbreviation) (See 重箱) multi-tiered food box; stacked boxes; (prefix noun) (2) heavy; (3) serious; extreme; (suf,ctr) (4) (counter for layers in the ichi-ni-san counting system) (See 重・え) -fold; -ply; (suf,ctr) (counter for layers in the hito-futa-mi counting system) (See 重・じゅう・4) -fold; -ply; (personal name) Munenori; (personal name) Muneda; (personal name) Muneta; (personal name) Chou; (given name) Tadashi; (personal name) Souda; (personal name) Souta; (surname, given name) Juu; (female given name) Shigeru; (personal name) Shigeyuki; (personal name) Shigemune; (personal name) Shigenori; (personal name) Shigetsugu; (surname) Shigetaka; (personal name) Shigeji; (surname) Shigeshi; (surname) Shigesaki; (personal name) Sh
Heavy, weighty, grave, serious; to lay stress upon, regard respectfully; again, double, repeated; chóng] ; zhòng for meanings related to heaviness; chóng for meanings related to piling up.


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Japanese doemu / どエム Japanese (noun - becomes adjective with の) (colloquialism) extreme masochist; very masochistic


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Japanese doesu / どエス Japanese (noun - becomes adjective with の) (colloquialism) extreme sadist; very sadistic


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Japanese doemu / ドエム Japanese (noun - becomes adjective with の) (colloquialism) extreme masochist; very masochistic


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Japanese doesu / ドエス Japanese (noun - becomes adjective with の) (colloquialism) extreme sadist; very sadistic



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Mandarin yī biān / yi1 bian1
Taiwan i pien
Japanese ippen
Chinese one side; either side; on the one hand; on the other hand; doing while
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition



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Mandarin wǔ jiàn / wu3 jian4
Taiwan wu chien
Japanese gomi / ごみ    itsumi / いつみ
Japanese (surname) Gomi; (personal name) Itsumi
The five wrong views: (1) 身見 satkāya-dṛṣṭi, i. e. 我見 and 我所見 the view that there is a real self, an ego, and a mine and thine: (2) 邊見 antar-grāha, extreme views. e. g. extinction or permanence; (3) 邪見 mithyā, perverse views, which, denying cause and effect, destroy the foundations of morality; (4) 見取見 dṛṣṭi-parāmarśa, stubborn perverted views, viewing inferior things as superior, or counting the worse as the better; (5) 戒禁取見 śīla-vrata-parāmarśa, rigid views in favour of rigorous ascetic prohibitions, e. g. covering oneself with ashes. Cf. 五利使; five views


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Japanese kenpai / けんぱい Japanese (noun/participle) extreme fatigue


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Mandarin piān jī / pian1 ji1
Taiwan p`ien chi / pien chi
Chinese extreme (usu. of thoughts, speech, circumstances)


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Mandarin bā màn / ba1 man4
Taiwan pa man
Japanese hachiman
The eight kinds of pride, māna, arrogance, or self-conceit, 如慢 though inferior, to think oneself equal to others (in religion); 慢慢 to think oneself superior among manifest superiors; 不如慢 to think oneself not so much inferior among manifest superiors; 增上慢 to think one has attained more than is the fact, or when it is not the fact; 我慢 self-superiority, or self-sufficiency; 邪慢 pride in false views, or doings; 憍慢 arrogance; 大慢 extreme arrogance.


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Mandarin liù huì / liu4 hui4
Taiwan liu hui
Japanese rokue
The six kinds of wisdom. Each is allotted seriatim to one of the six positions 六位 q. v. (1) 聞慧 the wisdom of hearing and apprehending the truth of the middle way is associated with the 十住; (2) 思慧 of thought with the 十行; (3) 修慧 of observance with the 十廻向; (4) 無相慧 of either extreme, or the mean, with the 十地; (5) 照寂慧 of understanding of nirvana with 等覺慧; (6) 寂照慧 of making nirvana illuminate all beings associated with 佛果 Buddha-fruition. They are a 別教 Differentiated School series and all are associated with 中道 the school of the 中 or middle way.


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Japanese gokan / ごかん Japanese (obscure) extreme cold


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Japanese gekiteki / げきてき Japanese (adjectival noun) (1) dramatic; exciting; touching; (2) (colloquialism) extreme



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Mandarin jù nán / ju4 nan2
Taiwan chü nan
Japanese gyaku nan
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition



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Mandarin lè páng / le4 pang2
Taiwan le p`ang / le pang
Chinese Jean-Marie Le Pen (1928-), French Front National extreme right-wing politician



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Mandarin zhuó jué / zhuo2 jue2
Taiwan cho chüeh
Chinese unsurpassed; extreme; extraordinary


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Japanese gensho / げんしょ Japanese extreme heat


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Mandarin yòu yì / you4 yi4
Taiwan yu i
Japanese uyoku(p);uyoku / うよく(P);ウヨク
Chinese the right flank; (politically) right-wing
Japanese (noun - becomes adjective with の) (1) (ant: 左翼・1) right-wing (politics); (2) (See 右翼団体) extreme right-wing group; (3) right wing (bird, plane, etc.); (4) {sports} right field; right flank; right wing; (5) (abbreviation) {baseb} (See 右翼手) right fielder; (6) high rank; high grade; A-student



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Mandarin tú tàn / tu2 tan4
Taiwan t`u t`an / tu tan
Japanese totan / とたん
Chinese extreme distress; in utter misery
Japanese misery; distress



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Mandarin duò yǒu / duo4 you3
Taiwan to yu
Japanese dau
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition


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Mandarin dà hán / da4 han2
Taiwan ta han
Japanese daikan / だいかん
Chinese Great Cold, 24th of the 24 solar terms 二十四節氣|二十四节气 20th January-3rd February
Japanese (1) (time of) extreme cold; (2) (See 二十四節気) "major cold" solar term (approx. Jan 20, roughly the coldest time of the year); (given name) Osamu; (place-name) Oosou


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Japanese taisou / taiso / たいそう Japanese (adverb) (1) (kana only) very; extremely; exceedingly; greatly; terribly; (adjectival noun) (2) (kana only) extreme; excessive; great many; large number of; (3) (kana only) splended; impressive; tremendous; immense; (4) (kana only) exaggerated


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Mandarin dà màn / da4 man4
Taiwan ta man
Japanese daiman
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition


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Mandarin tiān yī / tian1 yi1
Taiwan t`ien i / tien i
Japanese teni / てんい
Japanese heavenly garment; (female given name) Takae; (surname) Amagi; (surname) Amai
Deva garments, of extreme lightness; celestial garments


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Mandarin qí quē / qi2 que1
Taiwan ch`i ch`üeh / chi chüeh
Chinese very short of (food, clean water etc); extreme shortage; deficit



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Mandarin qì huì / qi4 hui4
Taiwan ch`i hui / chi hui
Japanese kai'e
To meet, rally to, or unite in the right or middle path and not in either extreme.



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Mandarin fèn yǒng / fen4 yong3
Taiwan fen yung
Chinese dauntless; to summon up courage and determination; using extreme force of will


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Japanese kankyoku / かんきょく Japanese a place of extreme cold


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Japanese taikyoku / たいきょく Japanese (1) antipodes; (2) other (opposite) extreme; opposite; antithesis



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Mandarin cháng biān / chang2 bian1
Taiwan ch`ang pien / chang pien
Japanese jōhen
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition



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Mandarin qiáng dù / qiang2 du4
Taiwan ch`iang tu / chiang tu
Japanese kyoudo / kyodo / きょうど
Chinese strength; intensity; CL:個|个[ge4]
Japanese (1) strength; intensity; (can be adjective with の) (2) strong (e.g. glasses); powerful (e.g. lens); intense (e.g. fear); extreme



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Mandarin xīn jí / xin1 ji2
Taiwan hsin chi
Japanese shingoku
The pole or extreme of the mind, the mental reach; the Buddha; mind's extreme


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Mandarin xīn suì / xin1 sui4
Taiwan hsin sui
Chinese heartbroken; extreme depth of sorrow


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Mandarin nù hèn / nu4 hen4
Taiwan nu hen
Chinese extreme hatred; animosity; spite


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Mandarin bēi tòng / bei1 tong4
Taiwan pei t`ung / pei tung
Japanese hitsuu / hitsu / ひつう
Chinese grieved; sorrowful
Japanese (n,adj-na,adj-no) grief; sorrow; extreme sadness; heartbreak



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Mandarin fèn qīng / fen4 qing1
Taiwan fen ch`ing / fen ching
Japanese funsei / funse / ふんせい
Chinese angry youth; positive term used to describe young Chinese with extreme nationalistic tendencies; see also 糞青|粪青[fen4 qing1]
Japanese (sensitive word) fenqing; leftist Chinese youth (usu. nationalistic)



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Mandarin duàn biān / duan4 bian1
Taiwan tuan pien
Japanese danhen
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition


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Japanese yuuyou / yuyo / ゆうよう Japanese matter (thing, concept) of high (vital, extreme) importance



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Mandarin yǒu biān / you3 bian1
Taiwan yu pien
Japanese uhen
The one extreme of 'existence', the opposite extreme being 無邊'non-existence'; extreme of existence


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Japanese hatsu / はつ Japanese (v2t-s,vi) (1) (archaism) (See 果てる・1) to end; to be finished; to be exhausted; (2) (archaism) (See 果てる・2) to die; to perish; (auxiliary verb) (3) (archaism) (See 果てる・3) to do utterly; to do completely; indicates an extreme has been reached



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Mandarin jí nán / ji2 nan2
Taiwan chi nan
Japanese kiwana / きわな
Chinese extreme south
Japanese (female given name) Kiwana


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Japanese kyokuu / kyoku / きょくう Japanese (noun - becomes adjective with の) far right (in politics); extreme right; ultraconservative



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Mandarin jí pǐn / ji2 pin3
Taiwan chi p`in / chi pin
Chinese best quality; item of the highest quality; (slang) outrageous; annoying in the extreme; gross; person with these qualities


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Japanese gokkan(p);gokukan / ごっかん(P);ごくかん Japanese (noun - becomes adjective with の) (ant: 極暑) extreme cold; intense cold; coldest season; midwinter


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Japanese kyokusa / きょくさ Japanese (noun - becomes adjective with の) extreme left; ultraleft



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Mandarin jí è / ji2 e4
Taiwan chi o
Japanese gokuaku
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition



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Mandarin jí lè / ji2 le4
Taiwan chi le
Japanese gokuraku
Chinese bliss; extreme happiness
Sukhāvatī, highest joy, name of the Pure Land of Amitābha in the West, also called 極樂世界 the world of utmost joy.


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Japanese kyokuten / きょくてん Japanese pole (north, south); climax; extreme (point)


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Japanese gokunetsu / ごくねつ Japanese extreme heat



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Mandarin jí kǔ / ji2 ku3
Taiwan chi k`u / chi ku
Japanese gokuku
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition


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Japanese kyokuron / きょくろん Japanese (noun/participle) extreme logic; extreme argument; unreserved argument



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Mandarin jí xiàn / ji2 xian4
Taiwan chi hsien
Japanese kyokugen / きょくげん
Chinese limit; extreme boundary
Japanese (1) utmost limits; extremity; (2) {math} limit



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Mandarin jín án / jin2 an2
Taiwan chin an
Japanese gokunan
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition



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Mandarin jí diǎn / ji2 dian3
Taiwan chi tien
Chinese extreme point; pole; the origin (in polar coordinates)


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Japanese kinsen / きんせん Japanese (archaism) being very jealous; extreme jealousy


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Japanese yokuke / よくけ Japanese extreme greediness


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Mandarin lín lí / lin2 li2
Taiwan lin li
Japanese rinri / りんり
Chinese dripping wet; pouring; saturated; fig. uninhibited; fluid; emotionally unrestrained; extreme
Japanese (adj-t,adv-to) dripping (with); brimming; (female given name) Rinri


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Japanese metta / めった Japanese (ateji / phonetic) (noun or adjectival noun) (1) (kana only) thoughtless; reckless; careless; rash; (2) (kana only) seldom (with neg. verb); rare; (3) (kana only) ordinary; usual; common; (4) (kana only) excessive; immoderate; extreme


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Japanese meccha / めっちゃ    mecha / めちゃ Japanese (ateji / phonetic) (adverb) (slang) (kana only) (ksb:) very; extremely; excessively; (ateji / phonetic) (noun or adjectival noun) (1) (kana only) absurd; ridiculous; nonsense; (adj-na,n,n-adv) (2) (kana only) excessive; extreme



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Mandarin jié pǐ / jie2 pi3
Taiwan chieh p`i / chieh pi
Japanese keppeki / けっぺき
Chinese mysophobia; obsession with cleanliness; extreme fastidiousness
Japanese (noun or adjectival noun) fastidiousness; love of cleanliness


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Japanese gekiteki / げきてき Japanese (irregular kanji usage) (adjectival noun) (colloquialism) extreme



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Mandarin jī zàn / ji1 zan4
Taiwan chi tsan
Chinese extreme praise



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Mandarin jī jìn / ji1 jin4
Taiwan chi chin
Chinese radical; extreme; extremist


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Japanese atsui / あつい Japanese (adjective) (1) (ant: 冷たい・1) hot (thing); (2) (ant: 冷たい・2) passionate (feelings, etc.); ardent; hot (e.g. gaze); (3) hot (e.g. temper); (4) zealous; enthusiastic; fired up; (5) intense; severe; extreme; (6) hot (topic); of interest


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Mandarin bào biǎo / bao4 biao3
Taiwan pao piao
Chinese off the charts; extreme; beyond the normal range of measurement


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Japanese bakusoku / ばくそく Japanese (1) detonation velocity; velocity of detonation; VOD; (noun or adjectival noun) (2) (colloquialism) extreme speed; explosive speed



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Mandarin kuáng rè / kuang2 re4
Taiwan k`uang je / kuang je
Japanese kyounetsu / kyonetsu / きょうねつ
Chinese zealotry; fanatical; feverish
Japanese extreme passion; wild enthusiasm


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Japanese tsuukai / tsukai / つうかい Japanese (1) contrition; extreme regret; (2) contrition (in Catholicism)


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Japanese yase / やせ Japanese (noun - becomes adjective with の) (1) (kana only) emaciation; extreme thinness; (2) lean person



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Mandarin fēng kuáng / feng1 kuang2
Taiwan feng k`uang / feng kuang
Chinese crazy; frantic; extreme popularity


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Japanese yase / やせ Japanese (noun - becomes adjective with の) (1) (kana only) emaciation; extreme thinness; (2) lean person


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Japanese mecha / めちゃ Japanese (ateji / phonetic) (noun or adjectival noun) (1) (kana only) absurd; ridiculous; nonsense; (adj-na,n,n-adv) (2) (kana only) excessive; extreme


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Japanese kyougeki / kyogeki / きょうげき Japanese (noun or adjectival noun) radical; extreme; eccentric


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Mandarin shén sù / shen2 su4
Taiwan shen su
Japanese shinsoku / しんそく
Chinese lightning speed; amazingly rapid; incredible pace of development
Japanese (noun or adjectival noun) great speed; extreme speed; swiftness


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Japanese kyuukyoku / kyukyoku / きゅうきょく Japanese (noun - becomes adjective with の) ultimate; extreme; final; eventual



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Mandarin qióng jí / qiong2 ji2
Taiwan ch`iung chi / chiung chi
Japanese kyuukyoku / kyukyoku / きゅうきょく
Japanese (noun - becomes adjective with の) ultimate; extreme; final; eventual
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition



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Mandarin qióng lù / qiong2 lu4
Taiwan ch`iung lu / chiung lu
Japanese guro
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition


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Japanese shuuyu / shuyu / しゅうゆ Japanese (obsolete) (See 病者の塗油) extreme unction


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Japanese zettou / zetto / ぜっとう Japanese (noun/participle) extreme excitement; sidesplitting laughter


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Japanese hangeki / はんげき Japanese (noun or adjectival noun) extreme busyness


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Mandarin fán duō / fan2 duo1
Taiwan fan to
Japanese hanta / はんた
Chinese many and varied; of many different kinds
Japanese (noun or adjectival noun) extreme busyness; (surname) Handa; (surname) Hanta


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Japanese shison;shiison(ok) / shison;shison(ok) / しそん;しいそん(ok) Japanese (1) extreme reverence; deeply revered person; (2) the Emperor



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Mandarin xuè lèi / xue4 lei4
Taiwan hsüeh lei
Chinese tears of blood (symbol of extreme suffering); blood and tears



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Mandarin chì pín / chi4 pin2
Taiwan ch`ih p`in / chih pin
Japanese sekihin / せきひん
Chinese poverty-stricken
Japanese (noun - becomes adjective with の) extreme poverty



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Mandarin biān zuì / bian1 zui4
Taiwan pien tsui
Japanese henzai
Sins of expulsion from the order, i.e. sexual intercourse, killing, stealing, lying; extreme crimes



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Mandarin biān jiàn / bian1 jian4
Taiwan pien chien
Japanese henmi / へんみ
Japanese (surname) Henmi
邊執見 The two extreme views of annihilation and personal immortality.


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Japanese mugoi / むごい    hidoi / ひどい Japanese (adjective) (1) (kana only) cruel; merciless; pitiless; brutal; atrocious; inhuman; (2) (kana only) tragic; horrible; terrible; dreadful; miserable; (adjective) (1) (kana only) cruel; heartless; hard; harsh; severe; (2) (kana only) violent; intense; strong; heavy; extreme; (3) (kana only) very bad; terrible; awful; (4) (kana only) excessive; exorbitant; unreasonable; outrageous; unfair; unjust


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Japanese sanbi / さんび Japanese (noun or adjectival noun) appalling; awful; extreme pain; deep sorrow


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Mandarin zhòng zhě / zhong4 zhe3
Taiwan chung che
Chinese more serious case; in extreme cases


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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

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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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