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There are 71 total results for your healthy search.

Characters Pronunciation
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Mandarin jiàn / jian4
Taiwan chien
Japanese yutaka / ゆたか    yasushi / やすし    masaru / まさる    hamaken / はまけん    tsuyoshi / つよし    tateshi / たてし    tatsuru / たつる    tatsu / たつ    takeru / たける    takeshi / たけし    take / たけ    takashi / たかし    sukoyaka / すこやか    jiin / jin / じぇん    kensou / kenso / けんそう    kenji / けんじ    kenshou / kensho / けんしょう    kenkichi / けんきち    ken / けん
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Chinese healthy; to invigorate; to strengthen; to be good at; to be strong in
Japanese (personal name) Yutaka; (given name) Yasushi; (given name) Masaru; (surname) Hamaken; (male given name) Tsuyoshi; (personal name) Tateshi; (personal name) Tatsuru; (given name) Tatsu; (given name) Takeru; (given name) Takeshi; (surname) Take; (personal name) Takashi; (surname) Sukoyaka; (given name) Jen; (personal name) Kensou; (personal name) Kenji; (personal name) Kenshou; (given name) Kenkichi; (surname, female given name) Ken
Sturdy, strong, hard, bold; unwearied; translit. ga, gha.

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Mandarin kāng / kang1
Taiwan k`ang / kang
Japanese yasumune / やすむね    yasuji / やすじ    yasushi / やすし    yasuko / やすこ    yasukatsu / やすかつ    yasu / やす    tsuyoshi / つよし    shizuka / しずか    sada / さだ    kon / こん    kouta / kota / こうた    kousou / koso / こうそう    kouji / koji / こうじ    koushou / kosho / こうしょう    kou / ko / こう    kan / かん
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Chinese healthy; peaceful; abundant; surname Kang
Japanese (personal name) Yasumune; (personal name) Yasuji; (given name) Yasushi; (female given name) Yasuko; (personal name) Yasukatsu; (surname, female given name) Yasu; (male given name) Tsuyoshi; (female given name) Shizuka; (female given name) Sada; (surname) Kon; (surname) Kouta; (personal name) Kousou; (personal name) Kouji; (personal name) Koushou; (surname, female given name) Kou; (surname, given name) Kan
At ease, in repose; undisturbed; well, hale; easy


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Mandarin jiàn kāng / jian4 kang1
Taiwan chien k`ang / chien kang
Japanese kenkou / kenko / けんこう
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Chinese health; healthy
Japanese (1) health; (adjectival noun) (2) healthy; sound; fit; wholesome; (given name) Takeyasu; (given name) Kenkou


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Mandarin jiàn měi / jian4 mei3
Taiwan chien mei
Japanese masami / まさみ    takeyoshi / たけよし    takemi / たけみ    kenmi / けんみ    kenbi / けんび
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Chinese healthy and beautiful; to do fitness exercises; abbr. for 健美運動|健美运动[jian4 mei3 yun4 dong4]
Japanese (female given name) Masami; (male given name) Takeyoshi; (female given name) Takemi; (female given name) Kenmi; (personal name) Kenbi


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Japanese genki / げんき
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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


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Japanese mame / まめ    chuujitsu / chujitsu / ちゅうじつ
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Japanese (noun or adjectival noun) (1) (kana only) diligent; hardworking; conscientious; sincere; (2) (kana only) healthy; fit; (3) (archaism) (See 忠実・ちゅうじつ) faithful; devoted; (noun or adjectival noun) faithful; devoted; loyal; honest; true; (given name) Chuujitsu; (personal name) Tadamitsu; (female given name) Tadami; (given name) Tadazane


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Japanese sukoyaka / すこやか
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Japanese (noun or adjectival noun) vigorous; healthy; sound

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Mandarin pàng // pán / pang4 // pan2
Taiwan p`ang // p`an / pang // pan
Japanese yutaka / ゆたか    ban / ばん    han / はん
Chinese fat; plump; healthy; at ease
Japanese (given name) Yutaka; (given name) Ban; (given name) Han


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Mandarin zhàng fu / zhang4 fu5
Taiwan chang fu
Japanese joubu / jobu / じょうぶ
Chinese husband; CL:個|个[ge4]
Japanese (adjectival noun) (sometimes じょうふ) healthy; robust; strong; solid; durable; (given name) Masurao; (given name) Tomoo; (given name) Takefu; (given name) Takeo; (given name) Joubu
A virile, zealous disciple, a man who presses forward unceasingly.


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Mandarin jiā tuó / jia1 tuo2
Taiwan chia t`o / chia to
Japanese gyada
伽他 (1) gātha = song; gāthā, a metrical narrative or hymn, with moral purport, described as generally composed of thirty-two characters, and called 孤起頌 a detached stanza, distinguished from geya, 重頌 which repeats the ideas of preceding prose passages. (2) agada as adjective = healthy; as noun = antidote. (3) gata, arrived at, fallen into, or "in a state"; (Skt. gāthā)



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Mandarin jiàn ér / jian4 er2
Taiwan chien erh
Japanese kenji / けんじ
Chinese top athlete; heroic warrior
Japanese (given name) Kenji
healthy person; healthy person


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Mandarin jiàn quán / jian4 quan2
Taiwan chien ch`üan / chien chüan
Japanese kenzen / けんぜん
Chinese robust; sound
Japanese (noun or adjectival noun) healthy; sound; wholesome



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Mandarin jiàn zhuàng / jian4 zhuang4
Taiwan chien chuang
Chinese robust; healthy; sturdy


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Mandarin jiàn wàng / jian4 wang4
Taiwan chien wang
Chinese robust; healthy; vigorous; energetic



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Mandarin cóng shēng / cong2 sheng1
Taiwan ts`ung sheng / tsung sheng
Japanese sousei / sose / そうせい
Chinese growing as a thicket; overgrown; breaking out everywhere (of disease, social disorder etc)
Japanese (noun/participle) dense growth; healthy growth


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Japanese souken / soken / そうけん Japanese (noun or adjectival noun) healthy; robust; (personal name) Souken


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Japanese koukyou / kokyo / こうきょう Japanese prosperous conditions; healthy economy


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Mandarin ān tài / an1 tai4
Taiwan an t`ai / an tai
Japanese antai / あんたい
Chinese at peace; healthy and secure
Japanese (noun or adjectival noun) peace; security; tranquility; tranquillity; (person) Yasu Tai


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Mandarin kāng jiàn / kang1 jian4
Taiwan k`ang chien / kang chien
Japanese kouken / koken / こうけん
Chinese healthy; fit
Japanese (personal name) Kouken



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Mandarin kāng qiáng / kang1 qiang2
Taiwan k`ang ch`iang / kang chiang
Chinese strong and healthy; fit



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Mandarin kāng lè / kang1 le4
Taiwan k`ang le / kang le
Chinese peace and happiness (old); healthy and happy; recreation; Kangle county in Linxia Hui autonomous prefecture 臨夏回族自治州|临夏回族自治州[Lin2 xia4 Hui2 zu2 zi4 zhi4 zhou1], Gansu


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Mandarin kāng tài / kang1 tai4
Taiwan k`ang t`ai / kang tai
Chinese safe and healthy


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Mandarin jiàn kāng / jian4 kang1
Taiwan chien k`ang / chien kang
Japanese kenkō
Chinese old name for Nanjing 南京, esp. during Southern dynasties


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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 wàng shèng / wang4 sheng4
Taiwan wang sheng
Japanese ousei / ose / おうせい
Chinese vigorous; exuberant
Japanese (noun or adjectival noun) (1) lively; vigorous; energetic; healthy; avid (e.g. desire); rich (e.g. imagination); (n-suf,adj-na) (2) full of (energy, appetite, curiosity, etc.); brimming with



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Mandarin zhèng qì / zheng4 qi4
Taiwan cheng ch`i / cheng chi
Japanese seiki / seki / せいき
Chinese healthy environment; healthy atmosphere; righteousness; vital energy (in Chinese medicine)
Japanese (personal name) Seiki



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Mandarin shuǐ líng / shui3 ling2
Taiwan shui ling
Chinese (of fruit etc) fresh; (of a person etc) full of life; healthy-looking; (of eyes) moist and bright; lustrous


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Mandarin shuǎng jiàn / shuang3 jian4
Taiwan shuang chien
Chinese to feel well; healthy and carefree


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Mandarin shēng sè / sheng1 se4
Taiwan sheng se
Japanese seishoku / seshoku / せいしょく
Japanese healthy complexion
jāta-rūpa; gold, v. 生像; natural color



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Mandarin liáo shāng / liao2 shang1
Taiwan liao shang
Chinese healing; to heal; to make healthy again



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Mandarin shèng zhuāng / sheng4 zhuang1
Taiwan sheng chuang
Chinese vigorous; strong and healthy



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Mandarin jiǎo jiàn / jiao3 jian4
Taiwan chiao chien
Chinese strong and healthy; vigorous


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Mandarin yìng lǎng / ying4 lang3
Taiwan ying lang
Chinese robust; healthy


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Mandarin yāo bǎn / yao1 ban3
Taiwan yao pan
Japanese koshiita / koshita / こしいた
Chinese waist and back; fig. upright and still healthy
Japanese wooden paneling


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Japanese wakaayu;wakayu(ok) / wakayu;wakayu(ok) / わかあゆ;わかゆ(ok) Japanese (See 鮎・1) young (healthy & energetic) sweetfish; (female given name) Wakayu; (female given name) Wakaayu



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Mandarin zhuó zhuàng / zhuo2 zhuang4
Taiwan cho chuang
Chinese healthy and strong; sturdy; thriving; vigorous; robust; flourishing



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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


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Japanese kenjouji / kenjoji / けんじょうじ Japanese (See 障害児) healthy baby; normal child; ordinary child


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Japanese kenjousha / kenjosha / けんじょうしゃ Japanese (ant: 障害者) (physically) non-handicapped person; healthy person


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Japanese kenkoujin / kenkojin / けんこうじん Japanese healthy person


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Japanese kenkoutai / kenkotai / けんこうたい Japanese healthy body


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Japanese kenkouji / kenkoji / けんこうじ Japanese healthy child


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Japanese kenkouchi / kenkochi / けんこうち Japanese healthy place; health resort


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Japanese kenkouteki / kenkoteki / けんこうてき Japanese (adjectival noun) hygienic; healthy; healthful; sanitary


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Japanese kenkoubi / kenkobi / けんこうび Japanese healthy beauty


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Japanese kenkousha / kenkosha / けんこうしゃ Japanese healthy person



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Mandarin dà bǔ tiě / da4 bu3 tie3
Taiwan ta pu t`ieh / ta pu tieh
Chinese tonic; healthy concoction; (fig.) just what the doctor ordered; (Tw) pirated software


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Japanese koukessan / kokessan / こうけっさん Japanese healthy profit; positive earnings


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Japanese herushii / herushi / ヘルシー Japanese (adjectival noun) healthy


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Japanese kenkoujumyou / kenkojumyo / けんこうじゅみょう Japanese healthy life expectancy; healthy life years


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Japanese genkihyakubai / げんきひゃくばい Japanese (noun or adjectival noun) extremely healthy; lively; in good spirits


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Japanese ishokudougen / ishokudogen / いしょくどうげん Japanese (expression) (yoji) a balanced diet leads to a healthy body; healthy food both prevents and cures sickness


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Japanese katagoeru / かたごえる Japanese (v1,vi) to put on a moderate amount of lean or firm weight; to gain healthy weight (e.g. from muscle); to become overweight as opposed to obese


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Japanese enmeisokusai;enmyousokusai / enmesokusai;enmyosokusai / えんめいそくさい;えんみょうそくさい Japanese (obscure) (yoji) (See 息災延命) health and longevity; enjoying a long and healthy life being untouched by disaster


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Japanese sokusaienmei / sokusaienme / そくさいえんめい Japanese (yoji) health and longevity; enjoying a long and healthy life being untouched by disaster



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Mandarin huó bèng luàn tiào / huo2 beng4 luan4 tiao4
Taiwan huo peng luan t`iao / huo peng luan tiao
Chinese to leap and frisk about (idiom); lively; healthy and active


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Japanese bujisokusai / ぶじそくさい Japanese (yoji) safe and healthy; health and longevity


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Japanese shanshan / しゃんしゃん Japanese (adv,adv-to,vs) (1) (onomatopoeic or mimetic word) jingling; (2) (onomatopoeic or mimetic word) (sound of) many people clapping together; (3) (onomatopoeic or mimetic word) healthy; robust; active; hale and hearty; handling one's work well; (4) (onomatopoeic or mimetic word) concluding successfully; (5) (archaism) (onomatopoeic or mimetic word) boiling (of water)


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Japanese shanshan / シャンシャン Japanese (adv,adv-to,vs) (1) (onomatopoeic or mimetic word) jingling; (2) (onomatopoeic or mimetic word) (sound of) many people clapping together; (3) (onomatopoeic or mimetic word) healthy; robust; active; hale and hearty; handling one's work well; (4) (onomatopoeic or mimetic word) concluding successfully; (5) (archaism) (onomatopoeic or mimetic word) boiling (of water); Xiang Xiang (giant panda)


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Japanese saezaeshita / さえざえした Japanese (exp,adj-f) cheerful (look); healthy (complexion)


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Japanese saezaeshita / さえざえした Japanese (exp,adj-f) cheerful (look); healthy (complexion)


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Japanese pinpinkorori / ぴんぴんころり Japanese (exp,n) staying healthy until old age, then dying painlessly


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Japanese pinpinkorori / ピンピンコロリ Japanese (exp,n) staying healthy until old age, then dying painlessly


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Japanese saezaetoshita / さえざえとした Japanese (exp,adj-f) cheerful (look); healthy (complexion)


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Japanese saezaetoshita / さえざえとした Japanese (exp,adj-f) cheerful (look); healthy (complexion)


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Japanese shanshan;shanshan / しゃんしゃん;シャンシャン Japanese (adv,adv-to,vs) (1) (onomatopoeic or mimetic word) jingling; (2) (onomatopoeic or mimetic word) (See 手締め) (sound of) many people clapping together; (3) (onomatopoeic or mimetic word) healthy; robust; active; hale and hearty; handling one's work well; (4) (onomatopoeic or mimetic word) concluding successfully; (5) (archaism) (onomatopoeic or mimetic word) boiling (of water)


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Japanese saezaeshita / さえざえした Japanese (exp,adj-f) (See 冴え冴えとした) cheerful (look); healthy (complexion)


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Japanese asamaranotatanuotokonikanekasuna / あさマラのたたぬおとこにかねかすな Japanese (expression) (archaism) (proverb) don't lend money to a man who doesn't have an erection in the morning (because he's not healthy and might die before he can repay)


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Japanese pinpinkorori;pinpinkorori / ピンピンコロリ;ぴんぴんころり Japanese (exp,n) (See ぴんぴん・1,ころり・1) staying healthy until old age, then dying painlessly


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Japanese saezaetoshita / さえざえとした Japanese (exp,adj-f) cheerful (look); healthy (complexion)



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Mandarin yú shēng huǒ , ròu shēng tán , qīng cài dòu fu bǎo píng ān / yu2 sheng1 huo3 , rou4 sheng1 tan2 , qing1 cai4 dou4 fu5 bao3 ping2 an1
Taiwan yü sheng huo , jou sheng t`an , ch`ing ts`ai tou fu pao p`ing an / yü sheng huo , jou sheng tan , ching tsai tou fu pao ping an
Chinese fish brings heat, meat brings phlegm, vegetables and tofu keep you healthy

Entries with 2nd row of characters: The 2nd row is Simplified Chinese.

This page contains 71 results for "healthy" 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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