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There are 43 total results for your good health search.

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Characters Pronunciation
Romanization
Simple Dictionary Definition

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Mandarin ān / an1
Taiwan an
Japanese yasu / やす
Chinese content; calm; still; quiet; safe; secure; in good health; to find a place for; to install; to fix; to fit; to bring (a charge against sb); to pacify; to harbor (good intentions); security; safety; peace; ampere; surname An
Japanese (pref,suf) (1) cheap; (prefix) (2) (See 安請け合い) rash; thoughtless; careless; indiscreet; frivolous; (personal name) Yasuji; (surname, given name) Yasushi; (surname) Yasuko; (surname) Yasuki; (surname) Yasui; (surname, female given name) Yasu; (surname) Shizuka; (surname, female given name) An; (personal name) Afuku; (surname) Anashi; (surname) Adaka; (personal name) Asuka
Peace, tranquil, quiet, pacify; to put, place; where ? how?

元気

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Japanese genki / げんき
Japanese (noun or adjectival noun) (1) lively; full of spirit; energetic; vigorous; vital; spirited; (2) healthy; well; fit; in good health; (female given name) Motoki; (m,f) Genki; (female given name) Asami

安康

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Mandarin ān kāng / an1 kang1
Taiwan an k`ang / an kang
Japanese ankou / anko / あんこう
Chinese good health; Ankang prefecture level city in Shaanxi
Japanese (obscure) calm and peaceful period of time; (personal name) Sadayasu; (surname) Ankou; (surname) Ayasu

自愛


自爱

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Mandarin zì ài / zi4 ai4
Taiwan tzu ai
Japanese jiai / じあい
Chinese self-respect; self-love; self-regard; regard for oneself; to cherish one's good name; to take good care of one's health
Japanese (noun/participle) (1) taking care of oneself (esp. used as an epistolary imperative); (2) self-love
Self-love, cause of all pursuit or seeking, which in turn causes all suffering. All Buddhas put away self-love and all pursuit, or seeking, such elimination being nirvāṇa.

保健

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Mandarin bǎo jiàn / bao3 jian4
Taiwan pao chien
Japanese hoken / ほけん
Chinese health protection; health care; to maintain in good health
Japanese (noun - becomes adjective with の) health preservation; hygiene; sanitation

保養


保养

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Mandarin bǎo yǎng / bao3 yang3
Taiwan pao yang
Japanese hoyou / hoyo / ほよう
Chinese to take good care of (or conserve) one's health; to keep in good repair; to maintain; maintenance
Japanese (noun/participle) health preservation; recuperation; recreation

健勝

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Japanese kenshou / kensho / けんしょう Japanese (noun or adjectival noun) good health; (given name) Takekatsu; (given name) Kenshou

健在

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Japanese kenzai / けんざい Japanese (noun or adjectival noun) in good health; well; going strong

息災


息灾

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Mandarin xī zāi / xi1 zai1
Taiwan hsi tsai
Japanese sokusai / そくさい
Japanese (noun or adjectival noun) good health
To cause calamities to cease, for which the esoteric sect uses magical formulae, especially for illness, or personal misfortune; the prevention of disasters and calamities

機嫌


机嫌

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Mandarin jī xián / ji1 xian2
Taiwan chi hsien
Japanese kigen / きげん
Japanese (1) humour; humor; temper; mood; spirits; (2) safety; health; well-being; one's situation; (adjectival noun) (3) in a good mood; in high spirits; happy; cheery; merry; chipper
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

正丁

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Japanese seitei;shoutei / sete;shote / せいてい;しょうてい Japanese man in good health between 21 and 60 years of age to whom applied various corvee and taxes (under the ritsuryo system)

気嫌

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Japanese kigen / きげん Japanese (irregular kanji usage) (1) humour; humor; temper; mood; spirits; (2) safety; health; well-being; one's situation; (adjectival noun) (3) in a good mood; in high spirits; happy; cheery; merry; chipper

清勝

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Japanese seishou / sesho / せいしょう Japanese (your) good health; (personal name) Kiyomasa; (given name) Kiyokatsu

湯立

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Japanese yudate / ゆだて    yutatsu / ゆたつ Japanese (irregular okurigana usage) Shinto ritual in which a shaman or priest soaks bamboo grass in boiling water and sprinkles the water on worshippers (originally a form of divination, later a purification ceremony, now primarily used to pray for good health); (place-name) Yudate; (surname) Yutatsu

無恙

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Mandarin wú yàng / wu2 yang4
Taiwan wu yang
Chinese in good health

祝聖


祝圣

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Mandarin zhù shèng / zhu4 sheng4
Taiwan chu sheng
Japanese shukushin
To invoke blessings on the emperor's birthday; to offer a prayer for the longevity and good health of the king or emperor

血色

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Mandarin xuè sè / xue4 se4
Taiwan hsüeh se
Japanese kesshoku / けっしょく
Chinese color (of one's skin, a sign of good health); red of cheeks
Japanese complexion

請安

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Mandarin qǐng ān / qing3 an1
Taiwan ch`ing an / ching an
Japanese shouan / shoan / しょうあん
Chinese to pay respects; to wish good health; in Qing times, a specific form of salutation (see also 打千[da3 qian1])
Japanese (personal name) Shouan

譏嫌


讥嫌

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Mandarin jī xián / ji1 xian2
Taiwan chi hsien
Japanese kigen / きげん
Japanese (out-dated kanji) (1) humour; humor; temper; mood; spirits; (2) safety; health; well-being; one's situation; (adjectival noun) (3) in a good mood; in high spirits; happy; cheery; merry; chipper
To hold in contempt; to satirize.

達者


达者

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Mandarin dá zhě / da2 zhe3
Taiwan ta che
Japanese tassha / たっしゃ
Japanese (noun or adjectival noun) (1) in good health; healthy; well; robust; strong; (2) skilled; clever; proficient; (place-name) Tatsusha
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

養生

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Mandarin yǎng shēng / yang3 sheng1
Taiwan yang sheng
Japanese youjou;yousei / yojo;yose / ようじょう;ようせい
Chinese to maintain good health; to raise a child or animal; curing (of concrete etc)
Japanese (noun/participle) (1) hygiene; health care; recuperation; regimen; (2) covering (with a protective material); coating; (noun or participle which takes the aux. verb suru) (3) to cure (concrete); (place-name) Youjou

ご機嫌

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Japanese gokigen / ごきげん Japanese (1) (honorific or respectful language) (polite language) humour; humor; temper; mood; spirits; (2) (honorific or respectful language) (polite language) safety; health; well-being; one's situation; (adjectival noun) (3) in a good mood; in high spirits; happy; cheery; merry; chipper

御機嫌

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Japanese gokigen / ごきげん Japanese (1) (honorific or respectful language) (polite language) humour; humor; temper; mood; spirits; (2) (honorific or respectful language) (polite language) safety; health; well-being; one's situation; (adjectival noun) (3) in a good mood; in high spirits; happy; cheery; merry; chipper

恙ない

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Japanese tsutsuganai / つつがない Japanese (adjective) (kana only) well; in good health; safe; free from accident

恙無い

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Japanese tsutsuganai / つつがない Japanese (adjective) (kana only) well; in good health; safe; free from accident

湯立ち

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Japanese yudachi / ゆだち Japanese Shinto ritual in which a shaman or priest soaks bamboo grass in boiling water and sprinkles the water on worshippers (originally a form of divination, later a purification ceremony, now primarily used to pray for good health)

湯立て

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Japanese yudate / ゆだて Japanese Shinto ritual in which a shaman or priest soaks bamboo grass in boiling water and sprinkles the water on worshippers (originally a form of divination, later a purification ceremony, now primarily used to pray for good health)

五体満足

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Japanese gotaimanzoku / ごたいまんぞく Japanese (noun or adjectival noun) (yoji) with no physical defects; in perfectly good health; sound in wind and limb

体が強い

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Japanese karadagatsuyoi / からだがつよい Japanese (exp,adj-i) in good shape; strongly built; in good health; having a strong constitution

極調善性


极调善性

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Mandarin jí tiáo shàn xìng / ji2 tiao2 shan4 xing4
Taiwan chi t`iao shan hsing / chi tiao shan hsing
Japanese goku jōzenshō
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

養生之道

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Mandarin yǎng shēng zhī dào / yang3 sheng1 zhi1 dao4
Taiwan yang sheng chih tao
Chinese the way of maintaining good health

健康にいい

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Japanese kenkouniii / kenkonii / けんこうにいい Japanese (exp,adj-ix) good for the health

健康によい

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Japanese kenkouniyoi / kenkoniyoi / けんこうによい Japanese (exp,adj-i) good for the health

健康に良い

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Japanese kenkouniyoi / kenkoniyoi / けんこうによい Japanese (exp,adj-i) good for the health

体によく合う

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Japanese karadaniyokuau / からだによくあう Japanese (exp,v5u) (1) to fit well (e.g. clothes); (2) to be good for one's health

体に良く合う

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Japanese karadaniyokuau / からだによくあう Japanese (exp,v5u) (1) to fit well (e.g. clothes); (2) to be good for one's health

ご機嫌;御機嫌

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Japanese gokigen / ごきげん Japanese (1) (honorific or respectful language) (polite language) (See 機嫌・1) humour; humor; temper; mood; spirits; (2) (honorific or respectful language) (polite language) safety; health; well-being; one's situation; (adjectival noun) (3) in a good mood; in high spirits; happy; cheery; merry; chipper

恙無い;恙ない

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Japanese tsutsuganai / つつがない Japanese (adjective) (kana only) well; in good health; safe; free from accident

健康に良い;健康によい

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Japanese kenkouniyoi / kenkoniyoi / けんこうによい Japanese (exp,adj-i) good for the health

体によく合う;体に良く合う

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Japanese karadaniyokuau / からだによくあう Japanese (exp,v5u) (1) to fit well (e.g. clothes); (2) to be good for one's health

湯立て;湯立ち;湯立(io)

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Japanese yudate(湯立te,湯立);yudachi(湯立chi,湯立) / ゆだて(湯立て,湯立);ゆだち(湯立ち,湯立) Japanese (See 巫女・みこ・2) Shinto ritual in which a shaman or priest soaks bamboo grass in boiling water and sprinkles the water on worshippers (originally a form of divination, later a purification ceremony, now primarily used to pray for good health)

病んで後初めて健康の価値を知る

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Japanese yandenochihajimetekenkounokachioshiru / yandenochihajimetekenkonokachioshiru / やんでのちはじめてけんこうのかちをしる Japanese (expression) (idiom) (obscure) You don't appreciate the value of good health until you lose it

機嫌(P);譏嫌(oK);気嫌(iK)

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Japanese kigen / きげん Japanese (1) humour; humor; temper; mood; spirits; (2) safety; health; well-being; one's situation; (adjectival noun) (3) (usu. as ご機嫌) (See ご機嫌・ごきげん・3) in a good mood; in high spirits; happy; cheery; merry; chipper
This page contains 43 results for "good health" 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

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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