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There are 42 total results for your fighting spirit search.

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Characters Pronunciation
Romanization
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闘志

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Japanese toushi / toshi / とうし
Japanese fighting spirit; (will to) fight; (given name) Toushi

闘魂

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Japanese toukon / tokon / とうこん
Japanese fighting spirit

阿修羅


阿修罗

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Mandarin ā xiū luō / a1 xiu1 luo1
Taiwan a hsiu lo
Japanese ashura / あしゅら
Chinese Asura, malevolent spirits in Indian mythology
Japanese Asura (fighting demon); (female given name) Ashura
asura, 修羅 originally meaning a spirit, spirits, or even the gods, it generally indicates titanic demons, enemies of the gods, with whom, especially Indra, they wage constant war. They are defined as 'not devas', and 'ugly', and 'without wine'. Other forms are 阿須羅 (or 阿蘇羅, or 阿素羅); 阿修倫 (or羅須倫 or 阿修輪 or 羅須輪); 阿素洛; 阿差. Four classes are named according to their manner of rebirth-egg, born, womb-born, transformation-born, and spawn- or water-born. Their abode is in the ocean, north of Sumeru, but certain of the weaker dwell in a western mountain cave. They have realms, rulers, and palaces, as have the devas. The 阿修羅道 is one of the six gatis, or ways of reincarnation. The 修羅場 or 修羅巷 is the battlefield of the asuras against Indra. The 阿修羅琴 are their harps.

仁侠

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Japanese ninkyou / ninkyo / にんきょう    jinkyou / jinkyo / じんきょう Japanese (adj-na,n,adj-no) chivalry; generosity; heroism; chivalrous spirit; helping the weak and fighting the strong

任侠

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Japanese ninkyou / ninkyo / にんきょう Japanese (adj-na,n,adj-no) chivalry; generosity; heroism; chivalrous spirit; helping the weak and fighting the strong; (given name) Ninkyou

戦意

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Japanese seni / せんい Japanese fighting spirit

斗魂

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Japanese toukon / tokon / とうこん Japanese (irregular kanji usage) fighting spirit

気合

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Japanese kiai / きあい Japanese scream; yell; fighting spirit

気慨

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Japanese kigai / きがい Japanese (irregular kanji usage) strong spirit; mettle; backbone; guts; fighting spirit

気概

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Japanese kigai / きがい Japanese strong spirit; mettle; backbone; guts; fighting spirit

滾る

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Japanese tagiru / たぎる Japanese (v5r,vi) (1) (kana only) to boil; to seethe; (2) (kana only) to roil (e.g. waterfall, torrent); to foam; to cascade down; (3) (kana only) to well up (of emotions); to overflow (e.g. fighting spirit); to seethe (esp. blood)

激る

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Japanese tagiru / たぎる Japanese (v5r,vi) (1) (kana only) to boil; to seethe; (2) (kana only) to roil (e.g. waterfall, torrent); to foam; to cascade down; (3) (kana only) to well up (of emotions); to overflow (e.g. fighting spirit); to seethe (esp. blood)

闘気

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Japanese touki / toki / とうき Japanese fighting spirit

鬥志

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Mandarin dòu zhì / dou4 zhi4
Taiwan tou chih
Chinese will to fight; fighting spirit

スポ根

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Japanese supokon / スポこん Japanese (abbreviation) (from スポーツ根性) fighting spirit (in sport); tenacity

敢闘賞

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Japanese kantoushou / kantosho / かんとうしょう Japanese {sumo} (See 三賞) Fighting Spirit Prize

気合い

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Japanese kiai / きあい Japanese scream; yell; fighting spirit

気負い

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Japanese kioi / きおい Japanese eagerness; enthusiasm; fervor; excitement; fighting spirit; fighting mood

闘争心

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Japanese tousoushin / tososhin / とうそうしん Japanese belligerence; fighting spirit

鼻っ柱

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Japanese hanappashira / はなっぱしら Japanese aggressiveness; competitive spirit; fighting spirit

ファイト

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Japanese faito / ファイト Japanese (1) fight; (2) (abbreviation) (See ファイティングスピリット) fighting spirit; (interjection) (3) fight!; do your best; go for it; keep at it; (personal name) Veidt; Veit

士気旺盛

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Japanese shikiousei / shikiose / しきおうせい Japanese (noun or adjectival noun) (yoji) morale being very high; heightened fighting spirit

戦意喪失

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Japanese senisoushitsu / senisoshitsu / せんいそうしつ Japanese (noun/participle) (yoji) lose one's fighting spirit; lose the will to fight; lose heart

戦意高揚

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Japanese senikouyou / senikoyo / せんいこうよう Japanese (yoji) increasing one's fighting spirit

闘志満々

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Japanese toushimanman / toshimanman / とうしまんまん Japanese (adj-no,adj-t,adv-to) (yoji) brimming with fighting spirit; being strong in the will to fight; burning with combativeness

闘志満満

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Japanese toushimanman / toshimanman / とうしまんまん Japanese (adj-no,adj-t,adv-to) (yoji) brimming with fighting spirit; being strong in the will to fight; burning with combativeness

鬥志昂揚

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Mandarin dòu zhì áng yáng / dou4 zhi4 ang2 yang2
Taiwan tou chih ang yang
Chinese having high fighting spirit

鼻っぱし

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Japanese hanappashi / はなっぱし Japanese (See 鼻っ柱) aggressiveness; competitive spirit; fighting spirit

鼻っぱり

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Japanese hanappari / はなっぱり Japanese (obscure) aggressiveness; competitive spirit; fighting spirit

鼻っ張り

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Japanese hanappari / はなっぱり Japanese (obscure) aggressiveness; competitive spirit; fighting spirit

任侠;仁侠

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Japanese ninkyou;jinkyou / ninkyo;jinkyo / にんきょう;じんきょう Japanese (adj-na,n,adj-no) (See 任侠団体,男伊達・1) chivalry; generosity; heroism; chivalrous spirit; helping the weak and fighting the strong

滾る;激る

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Japanese tagiru / たぎる Japanese (v5r,vi) (1) (kana only) to boil; to seethe; (2) (kana only) to roil (e.g. waterfall, torrent); to foam; to cascade down; (3) (kana only) to well up (of emotions); to overflow (e.g. fighting spirit); to seethe (esp. blood)

鼻っぱしら

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Japanese hanappashira / はなっぱしら Japanese aggressiveness; competitive spirit; fighting spirit

気合(P);気合い

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Japanese kiai / きあい Japanese scream; yell; fighting spirit

闘志満々;闘志満満

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Japanese toushimanman / toshimanman / とうしまんまん Japanese (adj-no,adj-t,adv-to) (yoji) brimming with fighting spirit; being strong in the will to fight; burning with combativeness

闘魂;斗魂(iK)

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Japanese toukon / tokon / とうこん Japanese fighting spirit

鼻っ張り;鼻っぱり

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Japanese hanappari / はなっぱり Japanese (obscure) (See 鼻っ柱) aggressiveness; competitive spirit; fighting spirit

鼻っ柱;鼻っぱしら

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Japanese hanappashira / はなっぱしら Japanese (from 鼻柱: septum) (See 鼻柱) aggressiveness; competitive spirit; fighting spirit

ファイティングスピリット

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Japanese faitingusupiritto / ファイティングスピリット Japanese fighting spirit

気概(P);気慨(iK)

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Japanese kigai / きがい Japanese strong spirit; mettle; backbone; guts; fighting spirit

ファイティング・スピリット

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Japanese faitingu supiritto / ファイティング・スピリット Japanese fighting spirit

ファイティングスピリット(P);ファイティング・スピリット

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Japanese faitingusupiritto(p);faitingu supiritto / ファイティングスピリット(P);ファイティング・スピリット Japanese fighting spirit
This page contains 42 results for "fighting spirit" in Chinese and/or Japanese.



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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