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Characters Pronunciation
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Mandarin liè / lie4
Taiwan lieh
Japanese retsu / れつ    tsuyoshi / つよし    tadashi / ただし    takeshi / たけし    isao / いさお    akira / あきら
 Vertical Wall Scroll
Chinese ardent; intense; fierce; stern; upright; to give one's life for a noble cause; exploits; achievements
Japanese (female given name) Retsu; (male given name) Tsuyoshi; (given name) Tadashi; (given name) Takeshi; (female given name) Isao; (given name) Akira
Burning, fierce; virtuous, heroic.

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Mandarin láng / lang2
Taiwan lang
Japanese ookami(p);ookame(ok);oinu(ok);ookami / おおかみ(P);おおかめ(ok);おいぬ(ok);オオカミ
 Vertical Wall Scroll
Chinese wolf; CL:匹[pi3],隻|只[zhi1],條|条[tiao2]
Japanese (1) (kana only) wolf (Canis lupus); (2) wolf in sheep's clothing; womanizer; (surname) Ookami; (surname) Urufu
A wolf; fierce.

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Mandarin guǐ / gui3
Taiwan kuei
Japanese oni(p);ki / おに(P);き
 Vertical Wall Scroll
Chinese ghost; demon; terrible; damnable; clever; sly; crafty; (suffix for sb with a certain vice or addiction etc); one of the 28 constellations
Japanese (1) oni; ogre; demon; (2) (See 亡魂) spirit of a deceased person; (3) (おに only) ogre-like person (i.e. fierce, relentless, merciless, etc.); (4) (おに only) (See 鬼ごっこ・おにごっこ) it (in a game of tag, hide-and-seek, etc.); (5) (き only) {astron} (See 二十八宿,朱雀・すざく・2) Chinese "ghost" constellation (one of the 28 mansions); (prefix) (6) (おに only) (slang) (See 超・1) very; extremely; super-; (surname) Miniwa; (surname) Kisaragi; (surname) Oniyanagi; (personal name) Onikatsu; (surname) Oni
preta 薜荔多, departed, dead; a disembodied spirit, dead person, ghost; a demon, evil being; especially a 餓鬼 hungry ghost. They are of many kinds. The Fan-i ming i classifies them as poor, medium, and rich; each again thrice subdivided: (1) (a) with mouths like burning torches; (b) throats no bigger than needles; (c) vile breath, disgusting to themselves; (2) (a) needle-haired, self-piercing; (b) hair sharp and stinking; (c) having great wens on whose pus they must feed. (3) (a) living on the remains of sacrifices; (b) on leavings in general; (c) powerful ones, yakṣas, rākṣasas, piśācas, etc. All belong to the realm of Yama, whence they are sent everywhere, consequently are ubiquitous in every house, lane, market, mound, stream, tree, etc.


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Mandarin piāo hàn / piao1 han4
Taiwan p`iao han / piao han
Japanese hyoukan / hyokan / ひょうかん
 Vertical Wall Scroll
Chinese swift and fierce
Japanese (noun or adjectival noun) fierceness; daring


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Mandarin jī liè / ji1 lie4
Taiwan chi lieh
Japanese gekiretsu / げきれつ
 Vertical Wall Scroll
Chinese intense; acute; fierce
Japanese (noun or adjectival noun) violence; vehemence; fury; fervour; fervor; severity; fierceness; keenness


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Mandarin měng hǔ / meng3 hu3
Taiwan meng hu
Japanese mouko / moko / もうこ
 Vertical Wall Scroll
Chinese fierce tiger
Japanese (1) fierce tiger; ferocious tiger; (2) Hanshin Tigers (baseball team); (female given name) Mouko; (personal name) Taketora
fierce tiger; fierce tiger



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Mandarin xiōng měng / xiong1 meng3
Taiwan hsiung meng
Japanese kyoumou / kyomo / きょうもう
Chinese fierce; violent; ferocious
Japanese (out-dated kanji) (noun or adjectival noun) fierce



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Mandarin jù liè / ju4 lie4
Taiwan chü lieh
Japanese gekiretsu / げきれつ
Chinese violent; acute; severe; fierce
Japanese (noun or adjectival noun) violence; vehemence; fury; fervour; fervor; severity; fierceness; keenness



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Mandarin chì liè / chi4 lie4
Taiwan ch`ih lieh / chih lieh
Japanese shiretsu / しれつ    shikiretsu / しきれつ
Chinese burning fiercely; flaming; blazing
Japanese (ik) (adjectival noun) (1) fierce; violent; severe; (2) ferocity; violence; severity


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Mandarin měng liè / meng3 lie4
Taiwan meng lieh
Japanese mouretsu / moretsu / もうれつ
Chinese fierce; violent (criticism etc)
Japanese (adjectival noun) fierce; intense; severe; violent; strong; vehement; terrific; terrible

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Mandarin gěng / geng3
Taiwan keng
Chinese fierce dog

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Mandarin xiōng / xiong1
Taiwan hsiung
Japanese kyou / kyo / きょう
Chinese vicious; fierce; ominous; inauspicious; famine; variant of 兇|凶[xiong1]
Japanese (1) bad luck; bad fortune; (2) evil; wickedness
bad fortune

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Mandarin hàn / han4
Taiwan han
Japanese takeshi / たけし    kan / かん
Chinese heroic; intrepid; valiant; dauntless; fierce; ferocious; violent
Japanese (given name) Takeshi; (given name) Kan

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Mandarin wù // è // ě / wu4 // e4 // e3
Taiwan wu // o
Japanese o
Chinese to hate; to loathe; ashamed; to fear; to slander; evil; fierce; vicious; ugly; coarse; to harm; see 惡心|恶心[e3 xin1]
agha. Bad, evil, wicked, hateful; to hate, dislike; translit. a, cf. 阿.

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Mandarin/ du2
Taiwan tu
Japanese doku / どく
Chinese poison; to poison; poisonous; malicious; cruel; fierce; narcotics
Japanese (1) poison; toxicant; (2) (See 目の毒・めのどく,毒する・どくする) harm; evil influence; (3) ill will; spite; malice; (4) (abbreviation) abusive language

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Mandarin/ ji1
Taiwan chi
Japanese geki / げき
Chinese to arouse; to incite; to excite; to stimulate; sharp; fierce; violent
Japanese (prefix) (before the root of an -i adjective) extremely ...; (personal name) Ji

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Mandarin kàng / kang4
Taiwan k`ang / kang
Chinese fierce dog

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Mandarin hěn / hen3
Taiwan hen
Chinese ruthless; fierce; ferocious; determined; to harden (one's heart); old variant of 很[hen3]

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Mandarin zhēng / zheng1
Taiwan cheng
Chinese hideous; fierce-looking

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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 liáo / liao2
Taiwan liao
Chinese fierce; hunt; name of a tribe

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Mandarin níng / ning2
Taiwan ning
Chinese fierce-looking

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Mandarin zào / zao4
Taiwan tsao
Chinese easily provoked, hasty; fierce, cruel

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Mandarin hàn / han4
Taiwan han
Chinese (of horse) fierce; wild

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Mandarin zhì / zhi4
Taiwan chih
Chinese fierce; brutal; bird of prey


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Japanese shiretsu / しれつ    shikiretsu / しきれつ Japanese (ik) (adjectival noun) (1) fierce; violent; severe; (2) ferocity; violence; severity



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Mandarin sān rè / san1 re4
Taiwan san je
Japanese san netsu
The three distresses of which dragons and dragon-kings are afraid— fiery heat, fierce wind, and the garuḍa bird which preys on them for food.



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Mandarin bù dòng / bu4 dong4
Taiwan pu tung
Japanese fudou / fudo / ふどう
Chinese motionless
Japanese (adj-no,n) (1) immovable; motionless; firm; unwavering; unshakable; steadfast; (2) (abbreviation) {Buddh} (See 不動明王) Acala (Wisdom King); Fudō; fierce Buddhist deity; (place-name, surname) Fudou
acala; niścala; dhruva. The unmoved, immobile, or motionless; also 無動 the term is used for the unvarying or unchanging, for the pole-star, for fearlessness, for indifference to passion or temptation. It is a special term of Shingon 異言 applied to its most important Bodhisattva, the 不動明王 q. v.



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Mandarin xiōng xiǎn / xiong1 xian3
Taiwan hsiung hsien
Japanese kyōken


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Mandarin xiōng bì / xiong1 bi4
Taiwan hsiung pi
Japanese kyōhei
fierce and wicked; fierce and wicked



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Mandarin xiōng hàn / xiong1 han4
Taiwan hsiung han
Japanese kyoukan / kyokan / きょうかん
Chinese violent; fierce and tough; shrewish (woman)
Japanese (out-dated kanji) (obscure) heinousness; ferocity



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Mandarin xiōng è / xiong1 e4
Taiwan hsiung o
Chinese fierce; ferocious; fiendish; frightening



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Mandarin xiōng cán / xiong1 can2
Taiwan hsiung ts`an / hsiung tsan
Chinese savage; cruel; fierce



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Mandarin xiōng kuáng / xiong1 kuang2
Taiwan hsiung k`uang / hsiung kuang
Chinese fierce; ferocious; savage



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Mandarin xiōng xiǎn / xiong1 xian3
Taiwan hsiung hsien
Japanese kyōken
Chinese dangerous; ruthless; treacherous



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Mandarin xiōng wán / xiong1 wan2
Taiwan hsiung wan
Chinese fierce and uncontrollable


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Japanese seiretsu / seretsu / せいれつ Japanese (adjectival noun) fierce


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Japanese seizetsu / sezetsu / せいぜつ Japanese (noun or adjectival noun) extremely gruesome; lurid; violent; bloody; fierce



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Mandarin xiōng è / xiong1 e4
Taiwan hsiung o
Chinese variant of 兇惡|凶恶, fierce; ferocious; fiendish; frightening


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Mandarin xiōng hěn / xiong1 hen3
Taiwan hsiung hen
Chinese cruel; vicious; fierce and malicious; vengeful


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Japanese kyoumou / kyomo / きょうもう Japanese (noun or adjectival noun) fierce



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Mandarin xiōng xiǎn / xiong1 xian3
Taiwan hsiung hsien
Japanese kuken


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Mandarin lì hai // lì hài / li4 hai5 // li4 hai4
Taiwan li hai // li
Japanese rigai / りがい
Chinese terrible; formidable; serious; devastating; tough; capable; sharp; severe; fierce; pros and cons; advantages and disadvantages; gains and losses
Japanese advantages and disadvantages; interest


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Japanese gekisen / げきせん Japanese (n,vs,adj-no) fierce battle; hard-fought battle; hot contest; severe fight


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Japanese keikan / kekan / けいかん Japanese strong and fierce


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Mandarin yǒng làng / yong3 lang4
Taiwan yung lang
Japanese yōrō
fierce waves; fierce waves


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Mandarin yǒng měng / yong3 meng3
Taiwan yung meng
Japanese yuumou;yuumyou / yumo;yumyo / ゆうもう;ゆうみょう
Chinese bold and powerful; brave and fierce
Japanese (noun or adjectival noun) daring; bravery; valor; valour


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Mandarin chì zhà / chi4 zha4
Taiwan ch`ih cha / chih cha
Japanese shitta / しった
Chinese to rebuke angrily
Japanese (noun/participle) (1) scolding; rebuke; reprimand; (2) fierce encouragement; exhorting


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Japanese souzetsu / sozetsu / そうぜつ Japanese (noun or adjectival noun) grand; heroic; sublime; fierce


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Japanese fungeki / ふんげき Japanese (noun/participle) fierce attack


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Mandarin nǚ ren // nǚ rén / nu:3 ren5 // nu:3 ren2
Taiwan nü jen // nü
Japanese nyonin / にょにん
Chinese wife; woman
Japanese women
Woman, described in the Nirvāṇa sūtra 浬槃經 9 as the "abode of all evil", 一切女人皆是衆惡之所住處 The 智度論 14 says: 大火燒人是猶可近, 淸風無形是亦可捉, 蚖蛇含毒猶亦可觸, 女人之心不可得實 "Fierce fire that would burn men may yet be approached, clear breezes without form may yet be grasped, cobras that harbour poison may yet be touched, but a woman's heart is never to be relied upon." The Buddha ordered Ānanda: "Do not Look at a woman; if you must, then do not talk with her; if you must, then call on the Buddha with all your mind"— an evidently apocryphal statement of 文句 8.


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Mandarin wēi liè / wei1 lie4
Taiwan wei lieh
Chinese fierce; formidable


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Japanese tsuyoi / つよい    kowai / こわい Japanese (adjective) (1) strong; potent; competent; domineering; tough; (2) strong; brawny; powerful; healthy; rugged; (3) good (at); skilled; knowledgeable; (4) (as 〜に強い) being able to handle; know how to deal (with); durable (against); resistant (to); resilient; (5) firm; rigid; solid; (6) intense; strong; fierce; high; (7) dependable; trustworthy; (adjective) (1) tough; stiff; hard; (2) inflexible; obstinate; stubborn



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Mandarin qiáng měng / qiang2 meng3
Taiwan ch`iang meng / chiang meng
Japanese gōmō


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Japanese kowamote / こわもて    kowaomote / こわおもて Japanese (out-dated or obsolete kana usage) (noun or adjectival noun) hard-faced; aggressive; fierce look; frightening look


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Mandarin fèn nù / fen4 nu4
Taiwan fen nu
Japanese funnu / ふんぬ    fundo / ふんど
Chinese variant of 憤怒|愤怒[fen4 nu4]
Japanese (n,adj-no,vs) anger; rage; resentment; indignation; exasperation
Anger, angry, fierce, over-awing: a term for the 忿王 or 忿怒王 (忿怒明王) the fierce mahārājas as opponents of evil and guardians of Buddhism; one of the two bodhisattva forms, resisting evil, in contrast with the other form, manifesting goodness. There are three forms of this fierceness in the Garbhadhātu group and five in the Diamond group.


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Japanese kowamote / こわもて    kowaomote / こわおもて Japanese (out-dated or obsolete kana usage) (noun or adjectival noun) hard-faced; aggressive; fierce look; frightening look


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Japanese kowamote / こわもて    kowaomote / こわおもて Japanese (out-dated or obsolete kana usage) (noun or adjectival noun) hard-faced; aggressive; fierce look; frightening look


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Japanese seizetsu / sezetsu / せいぜつ Japanese (noun or adjectival noun) extremely gruesome; lurid; violent; bloody; fierce



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Mandarin è zhàng / e4 zhang4
Taiwan o chang
Chinese hard fighting; fierce battle



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Mandarin è zhàn / e4 zhan4
Taiwan o chan
Chinese hard fighting; fierce battle



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Mandarin è làng / e4 lang4
Taiwan o lang
Chinese violent wave; fierce billow; fig. depraved force



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Mandarin è hěn / e4 hen3
Taiwan o hen
Chinese fierce and vicious



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Mandarin è dòu / e4 dou4
Taiwan o tou
Chinese hard fighting; fierce battle



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Mandarin bào è / bao4 e4
Taiwan pao o
Japanese bōaku


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Mandarin bào liè / bao4 lie4
Taiwan pao lieh
Chinese violent; fierce


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Japanese kyoumou / kyomo / きょうもう Japanese (out-dated kanji) (noun or adjectival noun) fierce



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Mandarin yè fēng / ye4 feng1
Taiwan yeh feng
Japanese gōfu
Karma-wind: (1) the fierce wind of evil karma and the wind from the hells, at the end of the age; (2) karma as wind blowing a person into good or evil rebirth; wind of karma



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Mandarin héng ròu / heng2 rou4
Taiwan heng jou
Chinese fierce-looking



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Mandarin wǔ jiàng / wu3 jiang4
Taiwan wu chiang
Chinese general; military leader; fierce man
Japanese See: 武将



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Mandarin yǒng làng / yong3 lang4
Taiwan yung lang
Japanese yūrō
Chinese swell; billows; surging waves
fierce waves; fierce waves


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Japanese gekisen / げきせん Japanese (n,vs,adj-no) fierce battle; hard-fought battle; hot contest; severe fight



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Mandarin jī zhàn / ji1 zhan4
Taiwan chi chan
Chinese to fight fiercely; fierce battle


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Japanese gekitou / gekito / げきとう Japanese (noun/participle) fierce fighting


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Japanese retsuretsu / れつれつ Japanese (noun or adjectival noun) fervent; fierce; violent



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Mandarin xióng pí / xiong2 pi2
Taiwan hsiung p`i / hsiung pi
Japanese yuuhi / yuhi / ゆうひ
Chinese fierce fighters; valiant warriors
Japanese (obscure) bear; valiant person


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Japanese nessen / ねっせん Japanese fierce fight; close contest


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Japanese nettou / netto / ねっとう Japanese fierce fighting



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Mandarin zhēng níng / zheng1 ning2
Taiwan cheng ning
Chinese malevolent; fierce; sinister


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Japanese takeru / たける Japanese (v5r,vi) (1) to rage; to be fierce; (2) to be excited


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Mandarin měng lì / meng3 li4
Taiwan meng li
Japanese taketoshi / たけとし
Japanese (male given name) Taketoshi
Fierce, sudden; ardent



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Mandarin měng jiàng / meng3 jiang4
Taiwan meng chiang
Chinese fierce general; valiant military leader; fig. brave individual
Japanese See: 猛将


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Mandarin měng huì / meng3 hui4
Taiwan meng hui
Japanese mōe
outstanding (lit. fierce) wisdom; outstanding (lit. fierce) wisdom


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Mandarin měng gōng / meng3 gong1
Taiwan meng kung
Japanese moukou / moko / もうこう
Chinese to attack violently; to storm
Japanese (noun/participle) fierce attack


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Japanese mousho / mosho / もうしょ Japanese (noun - becomes adjective with の) heat wave; fierce heat


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Mandarin měng huǒ / meng3 huo3
Taiwan meng huo
Japanese mouka / moka / もうか
Japanese raging or roaring flames
Fierce fire, conflagration.


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Japanese moujuu / moju / もうじゅう Japanese fierce animal; beast of prey; big game



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Mandarin měng shòu / meng3 shou4
Taiwan meng shou
Chinese ferocious beast; fierce animal


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Japanese moushuu / moshu / もうしゅう Japanese (noun/participle) fierce attack; furious attack


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Mandarin shén guǐ / shen2 gui3
Taiwan shen kuei
Japanese shinki / しんき
Japanese (1) gods and demons; divine spirits and souls of the dead; (2) one with (spiritual) power beyond that of humans; (3) (See 鬼神・きしん) fierce god



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Mandarin pí hǔ / pi2 hu3
Taiwan p`i hu / pi hu
Chinese fierce animals


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Japanese arai / あらい Japanese (adjective) (1) rough; wild; violent; rude; coarse; harsh; fierce; heavy (e.g. breathing); (2) immoderate; extravagant; reckless


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Japanese arajio / あらじお    arashio / あらしお Japanese (out-dated kanji) violent tide; fierce tidal current; coarse salt; unrefined salt


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Japanese arashio / あらしお Japanese violent tide; fierce tidal current; (personal name) Arashio (WWII destroyer)



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Mandarin lán fēng / lan2 feng1
Taiwan lan feng
Japanese aibu / あいぶ    aika / あいか
Japanese (female given name) Aibu; (female given name) Aika
vairambhavāta, a hostile or fierce storm, v. 毘嵐; raging storm



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Mandarin mán hàn / man2 han4
Taiwan man han
Chinese rude and violent; fierce and reckless


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Mandarin kù liè / ku4 lie4
Taiwan k`u lieh / ku lieh
Japanese kokuretsu / こくれつ
Chinese intense; brutal; fierce
Japanese (noun or adjectival noun) severity


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Mandarin ā yù / a1 yu4
Taiwan a yü
Japanese ashoka / あしょか    aiku / あいく
Japanese (given name) Ashoka; (personal name) Aiku
Aśoka, 阿恕伽; 阿輸迦(or 阿舒迦, or 阿叔迦) Grandson of Candragupta (Sandrokottos), who united India and reached the summit of his career about 315 B.C. Aśoka reigned from about 274 to 237 B.C. His name Aśoka, 'free from care,' may have been adopted on his conversion. He is accused of the assassination of his brother and relatives to gain the throne, and of a fierce temperament in his earlier days. Converted, he became the first famous patron of Buddhism, encouraging its development and propaganda at home and abroad, to which existing pillars, etc., bear witness; his propaganda is said to have spread from the borders of China to Macedonia, Epirus, Egypt, and Cyrene. His title is Dharmāśoka; he should be distinguished from Kālāśoka, grandson of Ajātaśatru. Cf. 阿育伽經、 阿育伽傳, etc.


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Japanese jinjin / じんじん Japanese (1) each encampment; (adj-t,adv-to) (2) strong (wind); fierce; (3) intermittent


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Japanese jinjin / じんじん Japanese (1) each encampment; (adj-t,adv-to) (2) strong (wind); fierce; (3) intermittent


This page contains 100 results for "fierce" in Chinese and/or Japanese.

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