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Characters Pronunciation
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Mandarin mù xīng / mu4 xing1
Taiwan mu hsing
Japanese mokusei / mokuse / もくせい
 Vertical Wall Scroll
Chinese Jupiter (planet)
Japanese Jupiter (planet); (given name) Mokusei; (surname) Kiboshi
勿哩訶婆跋底 Bṛhaspati; 'Lord of increase,' the planet Jupiter.


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Mandarin qī yào / qi1 yao4
Taiwan ch`i yao / chi yao
Japanese shichiyou / shichiyo / しちよう
Chinese the seven planets of premodern astronomy (the Sun, the Moon, Mercury, Venus, Mars, Jupiter, and Saturn)
Japanese (1) {astron} the seven luminaries (sun, moon, Mercury, Venus, Mars, Jupiter and Saturn); (2) the seven days of the week
The seven brilliant ones — the sun and moon, together with the five planets which are connected with fire, water, wood, metal, and earth. Their essence shines in the sky, but their spirits are over men as judges of their good and evil, and as rulers over good and evil fortune. The following list shows their names in Chinese and Sanskrit: Sun 日, 太陽; aditya 阿彌底耶
Moon月, 太陰; soma 蘇摩
Mars火星, 勢惑勞; aṅgāraka 盎哦囉迦
Mercury水星, 辰星; budha 部陀
Jupiter木星, 歳星; bṛhaspati 勿哩訶娑跛底
Venus金星, 太白; śukra 戌羯羅
Saturn土星, 鎭星; śanaiścara 賖乃以室折羅; seven celestial bodies

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Mandarin tūn / tun1
Taiwan t`un / tun
Chinese planet Jupiter; vomit


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Japanese io / イオ Japanese {astron} Io (moon of Jupiter); (female given name) Io


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Japanese sanpeki / さんぺき Japanese (See 九星) third of nine traditional astrological signs (corresponding to Jupiter and east)


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Mandarin jiǔ yào / jiu3 yao4
Taiwan chiu yao
Japanese kuyou / kuyo / くよう
Japanese (surname) Kuyou
九執 q.v. Navagraha. The nine luminaries: 日 Āditya, the sun; 月 Sōma, the moon; the five planets, i.e. 火星 Aṅgāraka, Mars; 水 Budha, Mercury; 木 Bṛhaspati, Jupiter; 金 Sukra, Venus; and 土 Śanaiścara, Saturn; also 羅睺 Rāhu, the spirit that causes eclipses; and 計都 Ketu, a comet. Each is associated with a region of the sky and also with a bodhisattva, etc., e.g. the sun with Guanyin, Venus with Amitābha, etc.


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Mandarin wǔ xīng / wu3 xing1
Taiwan wu hsing
Japanese gosei / gose / ごせい
Chinese the five visible planets, namely: Mercury 水星, Venus 金星, Mars 火星, Jupiter 木星, Saturn 土星
Japanese (personal name) Gosei
The five planets, Jupiter, Mars, Saturn, Venus, and Mercury; also 五執.


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Japanese shiroku / しろく Japanese (See 九星) fourth of nine traditional astrological signs (corresponding to Jupiter and south-east)


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Japanese oodoshi / おおどし    ootoshi / おおとし Japanese (1) (archaism) New Year's Eve; December 31st; (2) (archaism) Jupiter (planet); (surname) Dainen; (surname) Oodoshi; (place-name, surname) Ootoshi


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Japanese taisai / たいさい    oodoshi / おおどし    ootoshi / おおとし Japanese (1) Taisai; one of the eight gods of the koyomi; (2) (archaism) Jupiter (planet); (1) (archaism) New Year's Eve; December 31st; (2) (archaism) Jupiter (planet); (surname) Daisai; (surname) Oodoshi; (surname) Ootose; (place-name, surname) Ootoshi; (surname) Oosai



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Mandarin tài suì / tai4 sui4
Taiwan t`ai sui / tai sui
Chinese Tai Sui, God of the year; archaic name for the planet Jupiter 木星[Mu4 xing1]; nickname for sb who is the most powerful in an area


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Japanese taisai / たいさい Japanese (1) Taisai; one of the eight gods of the koyomi; (2) (archaism) Jupiter (planet); (surname) Dasai


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Mandarin mù yào / mu4 yao4
Taiwan mu yao
Japanese mokuyou / mokuyo / もくよう
Japanese (n-adv,n) Thursday
Jupiter, one of the 九曜 nine luminaries, q. v.; on the south of the diamond hall outside the Garbhadhātu maṇḍala.



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Mandarin mù wèi / mu4 wei4
Taiwan mu wei
Chinese moon of Jupiter


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Japanese saisei / saise / さいせい Japanese Jupiter


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Japanese karume / カルメ Japanese {astron} Carme (moon of Jupiter); (personal name) Calmet; Karume


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Japanese shichiyousei / shichiyose / しちようせい Japanese (1) {astron} (See 北斗七星) the Big Dipper (asterism); the Plough; the Plow; (2) {astron} (See 七曜・1) the seven luminaries (sun, moon, Mercury, Venus, Mars, Jupiter and Saturn)


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Japanese daisekihan / だいせきはん Japanese Jupiter's Great Red Spot



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Mandarin mù wèi yī / mu4 wei4 yi1
Taiwan mu wei i
Chinese Io (moon of Jupiter), aka Jupiter I



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Mandarin mù wèi sān / mu4 wei4 san1
Taiwan mu wei san
Chinese Ganymede (moon of Jupiter), aka Jupiter III



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Mandarin mù wèi èr / mu4 wei4 er4
Taiwan mu wei erh
Chinese Europa (moon of Jupiter), aka Jupiter II



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Mandarin mù wèi sì / mu4 wei4 si4
Taiwan mu wei ssu
Chinese Callisto (moon of Jupiter), aka Jupiter IV


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Mandarin zhū bì tè / zhu1 bi4 te4
Taiwan chu pi t`e / chu pi te
Chinese Jupiter (Roman god)


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Mandarin zào shén xīng / zao4 shen2 xing1
Taiwan tsao shen hsing
Chinese Vesta, an asteroid, second most massive object in the asteroid belt between Mars and Jupiter, discovered in 1807 by H.W. Olbers



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Mandarin gǔ shén xīng / gu3 shen2 xing1
Taiwan ku shen hsing
Chinese Ceres, dwarf planet in the asteroid belt between Mars and Jupiter, discovered in 1801 by G. Piazzi



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Mandarin ā yì luō / a1 yi4 luo1
Taiwan a i lo
Japanese Akera
Aṅgiras, one of the seven deva-ṛṣis born from Brahma's mouth, shown in the Diamond Court of the Garbhadhātu, red coloured, holding a lotus on which is a vase; in Sanskrit the planet Jupiter. A title of the Buddha. Also M030215 M021474 伽羅和.


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Japanese europa / エウロパ Japanese {astron} Europa (moon of Jupiter)


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Japanese karisuto / カリスト Japanese {astron} Callisto (moon of Jupiter); (personal name) Callisto


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Japanese ganimede / ガニメデ Japanese {astron} Ganymede (moon of Jupiter); (surname) Ganymede (Greek god)


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Japanese yupiteru / ユピテル Japanese (1) Jupiter (Roman god); (2) Jupiter (planet); (3) (abbreviation) Jupiter Symphony; Symphony No. 41 by Mozart; (person) Jupiter


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Japanese nanatsunohoshi / ななつのほし Japanese (1) {astron} (See 北斗七星) the Big Dipper (asterism); the Plough; the Plow; (2) {astron} (See 七曜・しちよう・1) Sun, Moon, Mercury, Venus, Mars, Jupiter & Saturn



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Mandarin xiǎo xíng xīng dài / xiao3 xing2 xing1 dai4
Taiwan hsiao hsing hsing tai
Chinese asteroid belt between Mars and Jupiter


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Japanese gasujouwakusei / gasujowakuse / ガスじょうわくせい Japanese (See 木星型惑星・もくせいがたわくせい・1) gas giant (e.g. Jupiter, Saturn); gas planet


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Japanese jupitaa / jupita / ジュピター Japanese (1) Jupiter (Roman god); (2) Jupiter (planet); (3) (abbreviation) Jupiter Symphony; Symphony No. 41 by Mozart; (personal name) Jupiter


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Japanese ootoshi;oodoshi / おおとし;おおどし Japanese (1) (archaism) (See 大晦日) New Year's Eve; December 31st; (2) (archaism) (See 太歳・たいさい・2) Jupiter (planet)


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Japanese taisai / たいさい Japanese (1) (See 八将神) Taisai; one of the eight gods of the koyomi; (2) (archaism) (See 木星) Jupiter (planet)


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Japanese mokuseigatawakusei / mokusegatawakuse / もくせいがたわくせい Japanese (1) {astron} (See 天王星型惑星・てんのうせいがたわくせい) gas giant (Jupiter, Saturn); (2) {astron} (See 大惑星・だいわくせい) giant planet (Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune); Jovian planet


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Japanese garireieisei / garireese / ガリレイえいせい Japanese (astron) Galilean moons (four moons of Jupiter); Galilean satellites


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Japanese garireoeisei / garireoese / ガリレオえいせい Japanese (astron) Galilean moons (four moons of Jupiter); Galilean satellites



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Mandarin wù lī hē pó bá dǐ / wu4 li1 he1 po2 ba2 di3
Taiwan wu li ho p`o pa ti / wu li ho po pa ti
Japanese Morikabahattei
B.rhaspati, Jupiter-lord, 木星 Jupiter; Bṛhaspati


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Japanese jupitaa;yupiteru / jupita;yupiteru / ジュピター;ユピテル Japanese (1) (See ゼウス) Jupiter (Roman god); (2) {astron} (See 木星・もくせい) Jupiter (planet); (3) (abbreviation) Jupiter Symphony; Symphony No. 41 by Mozart


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Japanese garireieisei(garirei衛星);garireoeisei(garireo衛星) / garireese(garire衛星);garireoese(garireo衛星) / ガリレイえいせい(ガリレイ衛星);ガリレオえいせい(ガリレオ衛星) Japanese {astron} (See イオ,エウロパ,ガニメデ,カリスト) Galilean moons (four largest moons of Jupiter); Galilean satellites
This page contains 42 results for "jupiter" in Chinese and/or Japanese.

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