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Characters Pronunciation
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Simple Dictionary Definition

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Mandarin shì / shi4
Taiwan shih
Japanese hito / ひと    tsukou / tsuko / つこう
 Vertical Wall Scroll
Chinese to serve; to attend upon
Japanese warrior (esp. of military retainers of daimyos in the Edo period); samurai; (1) warrior (esp. of military retainers of daimyos in the Edo period); samurai; (2) (archaism) man in attendance (on a person of high standing); retainer; (given name) Hito; (given name) Tsukou
Attend; wait on; attendant.

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Mandarin bīng / bing1
Taiwan ping
Japanese hei / he / へい
 Vertical Wall Scroll
Chinese soldiers; a force; an army; weapons; arms; military; warlike; CL:個|个[ge4]
Japanese (1) (common) soldier; rank and file; (2) army; troops; (3) warfare; strategy; (personal name) Minetoshi; (surname) Hei; (personal name) Fukuwaka; (personal name) Fukumuro; (personal name) Fukumi; (personal name) Fukute; (personal name) Fukuju; (personal name) Fukuji; (surname) Hiyou; (surname) Hyou; (personal name) Takami

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Mandarin/ wu3
Taiwan wu
Japanese bu / ぶ
Chinese martial; military; surname Wu
Japanese (1) (archaism) the art of war; martial arts; military arts; (2) military force; the sword; (3) valor; bravery; (4) military officer; military man; (surname) Tokubu; (given name) Takeru; (personal name) Takematsu; (personal name) Taketsugu; (personal name) Takesue; (personal name) Takeji; (given name) Takeshi; (surname) Takezaki; (surname) Takesaki; (surname, female given name) Take; (surname) Takatake; (given name) Takashi; (personal name) U; (given name) Isamu
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

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Mandarin huǒ / huo3
Taiwan huo
Japanese hi / ひ    ka / か
 Vertical Wall Scroll
Chinese fire; urgent; ammunition; fiery or flaming; internal heat (Chinese medicine); hot (popular); classifier for military units (old); surname Huo
Japanese (n,n-suf) fire; flame; blaze; (1) (abbreviation) (See 火曜) Tuesday; (2) (See 五行・1) fire (second of the five elements)
Fire, flame. Śikhin 尸棄; 式棄, which means fire in the sense of flame, is the name of the 999th Buddha of the kalpa preceding this.


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Mandarin jun / jun1
Taiwan chün
Japanese gun / ぐん
Chinese army; military; arms; CL:個|个[ge4]
Japanese (n,n-suf) army; force; troops; (personal name) Susumu; (personal name) Jin; (personal name) Gunji; (personal name) Gun; (personal name) Kunji
An army; military; martial; translit. kuṇ, cf. 君.

兵法

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Mandarin bīng fǎ / bing1 fa3
Taiwan ping fa
Japanese heihou;hyouhou / heho;hyoho / へいほう;ひょうほう
 Vertical Wall Scroll
Chinese art of war; military strategy and tactics
Japanese art of war; strategy; tactics; (surname) Heihou

將軍


将军

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Mandarin jiāng jun / jiang1 jun1
Taiwan chiang chün
Chinese general; high-ranking military officer; to check or checkmate; fig. to embarrass; to challenge; to put sb on the spot; Chiangchun township in Tainan county 台南縣|台南县[Tai2 nan2 xian4], Taiwan

工兵

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Mandarin gōng bīng / gong1 bing1
Taiwan kung ping
Japanese kouhei / kohe / こうへい
 Vertical Wall Scroll
Chinese military engineer
Japanese combat engineer; military engineer; combat engineering; military engineering

武神

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Japanese bushin / ぶしん
 Vertical Wall Scroll
Japanese god of military arts; (surname) Bukami; (surname) Takegami

武藝

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Mandarin wǔ yì / wu3 yi4
Taiwan wu i
Chinese martial art; military skill

武術

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Mandarin wǔ shù / wu3 shu4
Taiwan wu shu
Japanese bujutsu / ぶじゅつ
Chinese military skill or technique (in former times); all kinds of martial art sports (some claiming spiritual development); self-defense; tradition of choreographed fights from opera and film (recent usage); also called kungfu 功夫; CL:種|种[zhong3]
Japanese (1) {MA} martial arts; military arts; (2) (See 武術太極拳) wushu; modern sport derived from traditional Chinese martial arts

武道

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Japanese budou / budo / ぶどう
 Vertical Wall Scroll
Japanese martial arts; military arts; Bushido; (surname, given name) Budou; (surname) Butou; (given name) Takemichi

現役

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Mandarin xiàn yì / xian4 yi4
Taiwan hsien i
Japanese geneki / げんえき
Chinese (military) active duty
Japanese (noun - becomes adjective with の) (1) active duty; active service; (2) (often as 現役で) (See 浪人・ろうにん・3) student taking (university) entrance exams while still enrolled in school; student who passed their university entrance exams on the first try

軍人

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Mandarin jun rén / jun1 ren2
Taiwan chün jen
Japanese gunjin / ぐんじん
Chinese serviceman; soldier; military personnel
Japanese military personnel; soldier

軍紀

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Japanese gunki / ぐんき Japanese (1) military discipline; (2) military regulations; military rules

馬蘭

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Mandarin mǎ lán / ma3 lan2
Taiwan ma lan
Chinese Malan military base and atomic test site in Bayingolin Mongol Autonomous Prefecture 巴音郭楞蒙古自治州[Ba1 yin1 guo1 leng2 Meng3 gu3 Zi4 zhi4 zhou1], Xinjiang

影武者

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Japanese kagemusha / かげむしゃ
 Vertical Wall Scroll
Japanese (1) body double (orig. of a military leader); (2) wire puller; someone behind the scenes

諸葛亮

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Mandarin zhū gě liàng / zhu1 ge3 liang4
Taiwan chu ko liang
Chinese Zhuge Liang (181-234), military leader and prime minister of Shu Han 蜀漢|蜀汉 during the Three Kingdoms period; the main hero of the fictional Romance of Three Kingdoms 三國演義|三国演义, where he is portrayed as a sage and military genius; mastermind

孫子兵法


孙子兵法

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Mandarin sūn zǐ bīng fǎ / sun1 zi3 bing1 fa3
Taiwan sun tzu ping fa
Chinese “Art of War”, one of the Seven Military Classics of ancient China 武經七書|武经七书[Wu3 jing1 Qi1 shu1], written by Sun Tzu 孫子|孙子[Sun1 zi3]

穆巴拉克

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Mandarin mù bā lā kè / mu4 ba1 la1 ke4
Taiwan mu pa la k`o / mu pa la ko
 Vertical Wall Scroll
Chinese Hosni Mubarak (1928-), former Egyptian President and military commander

軍事情報

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Mandarin jun shì qíng bào / jun1 shi4 qing2 bao4
Taiwan chün shih ch`ing pao / chün shih ching pao
Chinese military intelligence

兵制

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Mandarin bīng zhì / bing1 zhi4
Taiwan ping chih
Japanese heisei / hese / へいせい
Chinese military system
Japanese military system

兵力

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Mandarin bīng lì / bing1 li4
Taiwan ping li
Japanese heiryoku / heryoku / へいりょく
Chinese military strength; armed forces; troops
Japanese military force; force of arms; strength of an army; (given name) Hyouriki

兵役

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Mandarin bīng yì / bing1 yi4
Taiwan ping i
Japanese heieki / heeki / へいえき
Chinese military service
Japanese military service; conscription

兵馬


兵马

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Mandarin bīng mǎ / bing1 ma3
Taiwan ping ma
Japanese heiba / heba / へいば
Chinese troops and horses; military forces
Japanese arms and cavalry; troops; war; military affairs; (personal name) Heima; (given name) Hyouma

出征

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Mandarin chū zhēng / chu1 zheng1
Taiwan ch`u cheng / chu cheng
Japanese shussei / shusse / しゅっせい
Chinese to go into battle; to campaign (military)
Japanese (noun/participle) (1) going to war; departure for the front; (2) departure for military service (in response to a draft)

孫子


孙子

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Mandarin sūn zi // sūn zǐ / sun1 zi5 // sun1 zi3
Taiwan sun tzu // sun
Japanese magoko / まごこ    sonshi / そんし
Chinese grandson; son's son; Sun Tzu, also known as Sun Wu 孫武|孙武[Sun1 Wu3] (c. 500 BC, dates of birth and death uncertain), general, strategist and philosopher of the Spring and Autumn Period (700-475 BC), believed to be the author of the “Art of War” 孫子兵法|孙子兵法[Sun1 zi3 Bing1 fa3], one of the Seven Military Classics of ancient China 武經七書|武经七书[Wu3 jing1 Qi1 shu1]
Japanese children and grandchildren; posterity; descendants; (1) (honorific or respectful language) Sun Tzu (Chinese military strategist, 544?-496 BCE); (2) (See 孫子の兵法) The Art of War (military text by Sun Tzu, 512 BC); (3) Sun Bin Bing Fa (military text by Sun Bin); (surname) Mago; (person) Sun Tzu (544?-496 BCE) (author of "The Art of War")

強兵


强兵

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Mandarin qiáng bīng / qiang2 bing1
Taiwan ch`iang ping / chiang ping
Japanese kyouhei / kyohe / きょうへい
Chinese strong soldiers; make the military powerful (political slogan)
Japanese powerful army; strengthening of the military; (personal name) Gouhei; (personal name) Kyouhei

征衣

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Mandarin zhēng yī / zheng1 yi1
Taiwan cheng i
Japanese seii / se / せいい
Chinese traveler's clothing; military uniform
Japanese traveling clothes; travelling clothes; military uniform

憲兵


宪兵

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Mandarin xiàn bīng / xian4 bing1
Taiwan hsien ping
Japanese kenpei / kenpe / けんぺい
Chinese military police
Japanese military police

文武

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Mandarin wén wǔ / wen2 wu3
Taiwan wen wu
Japanese bunbu / ぶんぶ
Chinese civil and military
Japanese literary and military arts; the pen and the sword; (personal name) Monmu; (given name) Fumitake; (given name) Ayatake

武力

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Mandarin wǔ lì / wu3 li4
Taiwan wu li
Japanese buryoku / ぶりょく
Chinese military force
Japanese armed might; military power; the sword; force

武功

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Mandarin wǔ gōng / wu3 gong1
Taiwan wu kung
Japanese bukou / buko / ぶこう
Chinese martial art; military accomplishments; (Peking opera) martial arts feats; Wugong County in Xianyang 咸陽|咸阳[Xian2 yang2], Shaanxi
Japanese military exploits; (given name) Takenori

武勇

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Mandarin wǔ yǒng / wu3 yong3
Taiwan wu yung
Japanese buyuu / buyu / ぶゆう
Chinese military skills; valor; valorous
Japanese bravery; military prowess; valour; valor; (personal name) Takeyu; (given name) Takeo

武官

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Mandarin wǔ guān / wu3 guan1
Taiwan wu kuan
Japanese bukan / ぶかん
Chinese military official; military attaché
Japanese military or naval officer

武略

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Mandarin wǔ lüè / wu3 lu:e4
Taiwan wu lu:e
Japanese buryaku / ぶりゃく
Chinese military strategy
Japanese strategy; military tactics

糧秣

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Mandarin liáng mò / liang2 mo4
Taiwan liang mo
Japanese ryoumatsu / ryomatsu / りょうまつ
Chinese provisions (e.g. military); forage; fodder
Japanese military provisions and cavalry horse fodder

軍事

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Mandarin jun shì / jun1 shi4
Taiwan chün shih
Japanese gunji / ぐんじ
Chinese military affairs; military matters; military
Japanese (noun - becomes adjective with の) military affairs; (surname) Gunji

軍備

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Mandarin jun bèi / jun1 bei4
Taiwan chün pei
Japanese gunbi / ぐんび
Chinese (military) arms; armaments
Japanese armaments; military preparations

軍務

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Mandarin jun wù / jun1 wu4
Taiwan chün wu
Japanese gunmu / ぐんむ
Chinese military affairs
Japanese military and naval affairs; military service

軍勢

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Mandarin jun shì / jun1 shi4
Taiwan chün shih
Japanese gunzei / gunze / ぐんぜい
Chinese army strength; military prowess or potential
Japanese military forces; hosts; troops

軍情

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Mandarin jun qíng / jun1 qing2
Taiwan chün ch`ing / chün ching
Japanese gunjou / gunjo / ぐんじょう
Chinese military situation; military intelligence
Japanese military situation

軍機

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Mandarin jun jī / jun1 ji1
Taiwan chün chi
Japanese gunki / ぐんき
Chinese military aircraft; secret plan; Privy Council during the Qing dynasty
Japanese military secret; classified military material

軍民

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Mandarin jun mín / jun1 min2
Taiwan chün min
Japanese gunmin / ぐんみん
Chinese army-civilian; military-masses; military-civilian
Japanese the military and civilians

軍用

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Mandarin jun yòng / jun1 yong4
Taiwan chün yung
Japanese gunyou / gunyo / ぐんよう
Chinese (for) military use; military application
Japanese (noun - becomes adjective with の) for military use

軍車

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Mandarin jun chē / jun1 che1
Taiwan chün ch`e / chün che
Japanese gunsha / ぐんしゃ
Chinese military vehicle
Japanese tank (military vehicle)

軍閥

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Mandarin jun fá / jun1 fa2
Taiwan chün fa
Japanese gunbatsu / ぐんばつ
Chinese military clique; junta; warlord
Japanese military clique or party

軍需

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Mandarin jun xū / jun1 xu1
Taiwan chün hsü
Japanese gunju / ぐんじゅ
Chinese military material
Japanese munitions; military stores

退役

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Mandarin tuì yì / tui4 yi4
Taiwan t`ui i / tui i
Japanese taieki / たいえき
Chinese to retire from the military, sport etc; to demobilize; to decommission; retired from use
Japanese (n,vs,adj-no) retiring from military service

憲兵隊


宪兵队

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Mandarin xiàn bīng duì / xian4 bing1 dui4
Taiwan hsien ping tui
Japanese kenpeitai / kenpetai / けんぺいたい
Chinese the Kempeitai or Japanese Military Police 1881-1945 (Japanese counterpart of the Gestapo during WWII)
Japanese regiment of military policemen

節度使

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Mandarin jié dù shǐ / jie2 du4 shi3
Taiwan chieh tu shih
Japanese setsudoshi / せつどし
Chinese Tang and Song dynasty provincial governor, in Tang times having military and civil authority, but only civil authority in Song
Japanese jiedushi; regional military governor in ancient China

軍政府

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Mandarin jun zhèng fǔ / jun1 zheng4 fu3
Taiwan chün cheng fu
Japanese gunseifu / gunsefu / ぐんせいふ
Chinese military government
Japanese military government

允文允武

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Mandarin yǔn wén yǔn wǔ / yun3 wen2 yun3 wu3
Taiwan yün wen yün wu
Japanese inbuninbu / いんぶんいんぶ
Chinese equally proficient in intellectual and military affairs
Japanese being versed in the literary and military arts

文武百官

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Mandarin wén wǔ bǎi guān / wen2 wu3 bai3 guan1
Taiwan wen wu pai kuan
Japanese bunbuhyakkan / ぶんぶひゃっかん
Chinese civil and military officials
Japanese (yoji) all the officials, both military and civil

軍事基地

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Mandarin jun shì jī dì / jun1 shi4 ji1 di4
Taiwan chün shih chi ti
Japanese gunjikichi / ぐんじきち
Chinese military base
Japanese military base

軍事援助

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Mandarin jun shì yuán zhù / jun1 shi4 yuan2 zhu4
Taiwan chün shih yüan chu
Japanese gunjienjo / ぐんじえんじょ
Chinese military aid
Japanese military assistance

軍事演習

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Mandarin jun shì yǎn xí / jun1 shi4 yan3 xi2
Taiwan chün shih yen hsi
Japanese gunjienshuu / gunjienshu / ぐんじえんしゅう
Chinese military exercise; war game
Japanese military exercise

軍事行動

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Mandarin jun shì xíng dòng / jun1 shi4 xing2 dong4
Taiwan chün shih hsing tung
Japanese gunjikoudou / gunjikodo / ぐんじこうどう
Chinese military operation
Japanese military movements

軍事訓練

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Mandarin jun shì xùn liàn / jun1 shi4 xun4 lian4
Taiwan chün shih hsün lien
Japanese gunjikunren / ぐんじくんれん
Chinese military exercise; army drill
Japanese military exercise; drill

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Japanese ko / コ Japanese (counter) (1) counter for articles; (2) counter for military units; (3) individual


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Mandarin yāo / yao1
Taiwan yao
Chinese youngest; most junior; tiny; one (unambiguous spoken form when spelling out numbers, esp. on telephone or in military); one or ace on dice or dominoes; variant of 吆[yao1], to shout; surname Yao

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Mandarin chéng / cheng2
Taiwan ch`eng / cheng
Japanese jō
Chinese four horse military chariot (archaic); four (archaic); generic term for history books; to ride; to mount; to make use of; to avail oneself of; to take advantage of; to multiply (mathematics); Buddhist sect or creed; surname Cheng
Yāna 衍; 野那 a vehicle, wain, any means of conveyance; a term applied to Buddhism as carrying men to salvation. The two chief divisions are the 小乘 Hīnayāna and 大乘 Mahāyāna; but there are categories of one, two, three, four, and five sheng q.v., and they have further subdivisions.


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Mandarin/ ge4
Taiwan ko
Japanese tsu / つ    ji / ぢ    chi / ち    ko / こ    ka / か
Chinese individual; this; that; size; classifier for people or objects in general
Japanese (out-dated or obsolete kana usage) (counter) (kana only) counter for the hito-futa-mi counting system (forming hitotsu, futatsu, mitsu, and misoji, yasoji, etc.); (counter) (1) counter for articles; (2) counter for military units; (3) individual; (counter) counter for the ichi-ni-san counting system (usu. directly preceding the item being counted); a noun read using its on-yomi


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Mandarin shì / shi4
Taiwan shih
Japanese zei / ze / ぜい    sei / se / せい
Chinese power; influence; potential; momentum; tendency; trend; situation; conditions; outward appearance; sign; gesture; male genitals
Japanese (suffix) groups engaged in some activity (players, companies, forces, etc.); (n,n-suf) (1) energy; (2) military strength; (personal name) Seiji; (surname, given name) Sei; (surname) Kioi
bala, sthāman. Power, influence, authority; aspect, circumstances.

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Mandarin háo / hao2
Taiwan hao
Japanese hori / ほり
Chinese moat; (military) trench
Japanese (1) moat; fosse; (2) canal; ditch; (1) moat; fosse; trench; ditch; (2) underground air-raid shelter; dugout; (surname) Hori


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Mandarin jiāng / jiang1
Taiwan chiang
Japanese masaru / まさる    masashi / まさし    susumu / すすむ
Chinese to desire; to invite; to request; general; commander-in-chief (military); king (chess piece); to command; to lead; will; shall; to use; to take; to checkmate; just a short while ago; (introduces object of main verb, used in the same way as 把[ba3])
Japanese (given name) Masaru; (personal name) Masashi; (personal name) Susumu
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

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Mandarin wèi / wei4
Taiwan wei
Japanese jou / jo / じょう
Chinese military officer; surname Wei
Japanese (1) (archaism) (See 判官・はんがん・2) inspector (third highest of the four administrative ranks of the ritsuryo system); (2) (See 翁・おきな・1) (noh) old man; (3) white ash (of charcoal); (surname) I

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Mandarin biàn / bian4
Taiwan pien
Japanese wakachi / わかち    benzaki / べんざき    ben / べん    hitoshi / ひとし    satoru / さとる    satosu / さとす
Chinese (old) cap (garment); military officer of low rank (in former times); preceding
Japanese (1) speech; tongue; talk; eloquence; (suffix noun) (2) dialect; brogue; accent; (3) (abbreviation) bento; Japanese box lunch; (4) petal; (noun - becomes adjective with の) (5) valve; (6) Oversight Department; division of the daijokan under the ritsuryo system responsible for controlling central and provincial governmental offices; (given name) Wakachi; (surname) Benzaki; (surname, given name) Ben; (male given name) Hitoshi; (given name) Satoru; (given name) Satosu

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Mandarin/ yi4
Taiwan i
Japanese yaku / やく    eki;edachi / えき;えだち
Chinese forced labor; corvée; obligatory task; military service; to use as servant; to enserf; servant (old); war; campaign; battle
Japanese (n,n-suf) (1) use; service; role; (2) post; position; (3) scoring combination (e.g. in mahjong, card games, etc.); hand; (1) war; campaign; battle; (2) (archaism) unpaid work (ritsuryo system); forced labor; (given name) Mamoru; (personal name) Mamori; (surname) Oose; (surname) En; (surname) Eki

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Mandarin róng / rong2
Taiwan jung
Japanese munemori / むねもり    munehito / むねひと    muneto / むねと    souya / soya / そうや    souto / soto / そうと    juu / ju / じゅう    shuuya / shuya / しゅうや    shuumi / shumi / しゅうみ    kai / かい    ebesu / えべす    ebisu / えびす    ebizaki / えびざき
Chinese generic term for weapons (old); army (matters); military affairs; surname Rong
Japanese Ebisu; god of fishing and commerce; (1) (archaism) peoples formerly of northern Japan with distinct language and culture (i.e. the Ainu); (2) provincial (i.e. a person who lives far from the city); (3) brutish, unsophisticated warrior (esp. used by Kyoto samurai to refer to samurai from eastern Japan); (4) (derogatory term) foreigner; barbarian; (personal name) Munemori; (personal name) Munehito; (personal name) Muneto; (personal name) Souya; (personal name) Souto; (surname) Juu; (personal name) Shuuya; (personal name) Shuumi; (surname) Kai; (personal name) Ebesu; (surname) Ebisu; (surname) Ebizaki

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Mandarin/ pi1
Taiwan p`i / pi
Japanese hi
Chinese to ascertain; to act on; to criticize; to pass on; classifier for batches, lots, military flights; tier (for the ranking of universities and colleges)
An order of a court, rescript; a contract, lease; to comment, criticize; evaluate

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Mandarin wén / wen2
Taiwan wen
Japanese mon / もん    bun / ぶん
Chinese language; culture; writing; formal; literary; gentle; (old) classifier for coins; Kangxi radical 67; surname Wen
Japanese (1) one-thousandth of a kan (obsolete unit of currency); (2) 2.4 cm (traditional unit used to measure shoe sizes); (3) letter; character; sentence; (4) (abbreviation) (See 経文,呪文) scripture; incantation; (1) sentence; (2) composition; text; writings; (3) (See 武・1) the literary arts (as opposed to the military arts); academia; literature; (female given name) Remon; (female given name) Yuni; (personal name) Mon; (surname) Munson; (surname) Mun; (personal name) Minemoto; (personal name) Minehara; (surname) Man; (personal name) Bunji; (personal name) Bunsaku; (given name) Bunkou; (surname, female given name) Bun; (surname) Fun; (personal name) Fuminori; (surname, female given name) Fumi; (personal name) Fukuwara; (personal name) Fukumoto; (personal name) Fukumitsu; (personal name) Fukumi; (personal name) Fu
Letters, literature, writing; refined; culture; civil; a despatch; veined; a cash; to gloss; a text

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Mandarin/ fu2
Taiwan fu
Japanese buku / ぶく    fuku / ふく
Chinese dose (measure word for medicine); Taiwan pr. [fu2]; clothes; dress; garment; to serve (in the military, a prison sentence etc); to obey; to be convinced (by an argument); to convince; to admire; to acclimatize; to take (medicine); mourning clothes; to wear mourning clothes
Japanese (1) (archaism) (See 喪服) mourning clothes; (2) mourning; period of mourning; (n,n-suf) (1) clothes (esp. Western clothes); (suf,ctr) (2) (See 一服) counter for doses of medicine, gulps of tea, drags of a cigarette, etc.; (surname) Fukusaki; (personal name) Fuku; (personal name) Hatori; (personal name) Hattori
Submit, serve; clothing, to wear; mourning; to swallow; a dose.

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Mandarin xiào / xiao4
Taiwan hsiao
Japanese kou / ko / こう
Chinese school; military officer; CL:所[suo3]; to proofread; to check; to compare
Japanese (suffix) (1) school; (n,ctr) (2) proof (of a book, document, etc.); counter for proofs; (given name) Tadasu
Compare, collate, compared with, similar to 較; to compare


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Mandarin biāo / biao1
Taiwan piao
Japanese maaku / maku / まあく    hyou / hyo / ひょう    shirube / しるべ    shimegi / しめぎ    shimeki / しめき    shime / しめ    kozue / こずえ
Chinese mark; sign; label; to mark with a symbol, label, lettering etc; to bear (a brand name, registration number etc); prize; award; bid; target; quota; (old) the topmost branches of a tree; visible symptom; classifier for military units
Japanese guidance; guide; (1) mark; sign; (2) symbol; emblem; (3) badge; crest; flag; (4) evidence; proof; (5) (kana only) token (of gratitude, affection, etc.); (1) (Shinto) (abbreviation) rope used to cordon off consecrated areas or as a talisman against evil; (2) (archaism) cordoning off; cordoning-off sign; (female given name) Maaku; (surname) Hyou; (surname) Shirube; (surname) Shimegi; (surname) Shimeki; (surname) Shime; (female given name) Kozue
Signal, flag, banner; the troops under a particular banner; a notice, list, signboard, ticket; to publish; to explain

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Mandarin/ ge4
Taiwan ko
Japanese ko / つ
Chinese variant of 個|个[ge4]
Japanese (out-dated or obsolete kana usage) (counter) (kana only) counter for the hito-futa-mi counting system (forming hitotsu, futatsu, mitsu, and misoji, yasoji, etc.); (counter) (1) counter for articles; (2) counter for military units; (3) individual; (counter) counter for the ichi-ni-san counting system (usu. directly preceding the item being counted); a noun read using its on-yomi
Each, every.

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Mandarin/ ge3
Taiwan ko
Japanese hayabune / はやぶね    hayafune / はやふね
Chinese barge
Japanese (1) (archaism) fast-moving rowboat; (2) type of fast military ship

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Mandarin/ zi1
Taiwan tzu
Chinese covered wagon; military supply wagon


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Mandarin lián / lian2
Taiwan lien
Japanese ren / れん    muraji / むらじ
Chinese to link; to join; to connect; continuously; in succession; including; (used with 也, 都 etc) even; company (military); surname Lian
Japanese (1) (ateji for "ream"; also written as 嗹) two reams (of paper); 1000 sheets of paper; (2) (also written as 聯) stanza; verse; (3) {biol} tribe (in taxonomy); (4) (abbreviation) (See 連勝式) quinella; quiniela; (suffix noun) (5) party; company; group; set; (counter) (6) (also written as 聯) counter for things strung in a line, e.g. pearls, dried fish, spans of a bridge, etc.; (7) (obsolete) counter for falcons; (archaism) Muraji (hereditary title; orig. one of the two highest such titles, later demoted to seventh highest of eight); (surname, given name) Ren; (personal name) Yasu; (surname, female given name) Muraji; (given name) Tsuranu; (surname, given name) Tsura; (personal name) Tsugi
To connect, continue; contiguous; and, even; link

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Mandarin kào / kao4
Taiwan k`ao / kao
Japanese kō
Chinese to lean against or on; to stand by the side of; to come near to; to depend on; to trust; to fuck (vulgar); traditional military costume drama where the performers wear armor (old)

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Mandarin tāo / tao1
Taiwan t`ao / tao
Chinese bow case or scabbard; to hide; military strategy

だ捕

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Japanese daho / だほ Japanese (noun/participle) (1) capture; seizure; (2) (law) military capture of a foreign vessel; making a prize of

丁種

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Japanese teishu / teshu / ていしゅ Japanese being unfit for duty in the former Japanese military (due to failing the conscription physical); person who is unfit for military duty

上尉

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Mandarin shàng wèi / shang4 wei4
Taiwan shang wei
Chinese captain (military rank)

丹瑞

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Mandarin dān ruì / dan1 rui4
Taiwan tan jui
Chinese General Than Shwe (1933-), Myanmar army officer and politician, leader of the military junta 1992-2011

主機


主机

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Mandarin zhǔ jī / zhu3 ji1
Taiwan chu chi
Chinese main engine; (military) lead aircraft; (computing) host computer; main processor; server

令箭

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Mandarin lìng jiàn / ling4 jian4
Taiwan ling chien
Chinese arrow banner of command (archaic used as symbol of military authority); fig. instructions from one's superiors

休整

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Mandarin xiū zhěng / xiu1 zheng3
Taiwan hsiu cheng
Chinese to rest and reorganize (military)

作戦

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Japanese sakusen / さくせん Japanese (1) tactics; strategy; (2) military or naval operations

侵入

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Mandarin qīn rù / qin1 ru4
Taiwan ch`in ju / chin ju
Japanese shinnyuu / shinnyu / しんにゅう
Chinese to make (military) incursions; to invade; to intrude into; to trespass; to gain unauthorized access (computing)
Japanese (n,vs,adj-no) invasion; incursion; raid; aggression; intrusion; trespass; penetration

偏師


偏师

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Mandarin piān shī / pian1 shi1
Taiwan p`ien shih / pien shih
Chinese military auxiliaries (archaic)

停年

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Japanese teinen / tenen / ていねん Japanese (1) retirement age; (2) (archaism) years of service in a military rank before eligibility for promotion

偽裝


伪装

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Mandarin wěi zhuāng / wei3 zhuang1
Taiwan wei chuang
Chinese to pretend to be (asleep etc); to disguise oneself as; pretense; disguise; (military) to camouflage; camouflage

元軍


元军

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Mandarin yuán jun / yuan2 jun1
Taiwan yüan chün
Japanese gengun / げんぐん
Chinese Mongol army; army of Yuan dynasty
Japanese (obscure) Yuan-Dynasty Chinese-Mongolian military

免役

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Japanese meneki / めんえき Japanese release from office; military service, or prison

全軍


全军

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Mandarin quán jun / quan2 jun1
Taiwan ch`üan chün / chüan chün
Japanese zengun / ぜんぐん
Chinese all-army; all-military
Japanese the whole army; the whole team

八旗

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Mandarin bā qí / ba1 qi2
Taiwan pa ch`i / pa chi
Japanese yahata / やはた
Chinese Eight Banners, military organization of Manchu later Jin dynasty 後金|后金[Hou4 Jin1] from c. 1600, subsequently of the Qing dynasty
Japanese (surname) Yahata

六韜


六韬

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Mandarin liù tāo / liu4 tao1
Taiwan liu t`ao / liu tao
Chinese “Six Secret Strategic Teachings”, one of the Seven Military Classics of ancient China 武經七書|武经七书[Wu3 jing1 Qi1 shu1], attributed to Jiang Ziya 薑子牙|姜子牙[Jiang1 Zi3 ya2]

兵事

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Japanese heiji / heji / へいじ Japanese military affairs

兵員


兵员

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Mandarin bīng yuán / bing1 yuan2
Taiwan ping yüan
Japanese heiin / hen / へいいん
Chinese soldiers; troops
Japanese military strength; military personnel

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