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There are 42 total results for your miracle search.

Characters Pronunciation
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Mandarin miào / miao4
Taiwan miao
Japanese myou / myo / みょう
 Vertical Wall Scroll
Chinese clever; wonderful
Japanese (noun or adjectival noun) (1) strange; weird; odd; curious; (noun or adjectival noun) (2) wonder; mystery; miracle; excellence; (3) cleverness; adroitness; knack; skill; (surname) Myou; (female given name) Tae
su, sat, mañju, sūkṣma. Wonderful, beautiful, mystic, supernatural, profound, subtle, mysterious. su means good, excellent, surpassing, beautiful, fine, easy. sat means existing, real, good. mañju means beautiful, lovely, charming. Intp. in Chinese as 不可思議 beyond thought or discussion; 絕待 special, outstanding; 無比 incomparable; 精微深遠 subtle and profound; marvelous



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Mandarin qí jì / qi2 ji4
Taiwan ch`i chi / chi chi
Japanese kiseki / きせき
Chinese miracle; miraculous; wonder; marvel
Japanese (noun - becomes adjective with の) miracle; wonder; marvel; (female given name) Kiseki


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Japanese kiseki / きせき Japanese (noun - becomes adjective with の) miracle; wonder; marvel


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Mandarin miào shǒu huí chūn / miao4 shou3 hui2 chun1
Taiwan miao shou hui ch`un / miao shou hui chun
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Chinese magical hands bring the dying back to life (idiom); miracle cure; brilliant doctor



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Mandarin lái yīng / lai2 ying1
Taiwan lai ying
Japanese raiō
To come in response to an invitation; to answer prayer (by a miracle).


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Mandarin lì yì / li4 yi4
Taiwan li i
Japanese rieki(p);riyaku / りえき(P);りやく
Chinese benefit; (in sb's) interest; CL:個|个[ge4]
Japanese (noun/participle) (1) profit; gains; (2) benefit; advantage; interest (of the public, etc.); (3) (りやく only) grace (of God, Buddha, etc.) (esp. as attained through rightful actions, prayer, adherence to one's faith, etc.); blessing; miracle; (personal name) Toshimasu
Benefit, aid, to bless; hence 利益妙 the wonder of Buddha's blessing, in opening the minds of all to enter the Buddha-enlightenment.


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Japanese myouyaku / myoyaku / みょうやく Japanese wonder drug; miracle cure; elixir


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Mandarin míng shén / ming2 shen2
Taiwan ming shen
Japanese myoujin / myojin / みょうじん
Japanese great god; gracious deity; miracle-working god; (surname) Meijin; (surname) Meishin; (personal name) Miyoujin; (place-name, surname) Myoujin; (surname) Akegami; (surname) Akekami; (surname) Akinobu; (surname) Akagami
The bright spirits, i. e. devas, gods, demons; luminous spirits


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Mandarin zhuó rán / zhuo2 ran2
Taiwan cho jan
Japanese shakuzen / しゃくぜん    iyachiko(gikun) / いやちこ(gikun)
Japanese (adj-t,adv-to) (1) (archaism) shining; radiant; (2) (archaism) evident; clear; (adjectival noun) (1) (archaism) clear (miracle, sign from the Gods) manifest; (2) (archaism) plain as day; obvious; clear


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Mandarin shén gōng / shen2 gong1
Taiwan shen kung
Japanese jinguu / jingu / じんぐう    shinkou / shinko / しんこう
Chinese miracle; remarkable feat
Japanese (place-name) Jinguu; (personal name) Shinkou


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Japanese shinpen / しんぺん Japanese miracle


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Japanese kanwaza / かんわざ    kamuwaza / かむわざ    kamiwaza / かみわざ Japanese (out-dated or obsolete kana usage) (1) divine work; miracle; superhuman feat; (2) (archaism) Shinto ritual; (1) divine work; miracle; superhuman feat; (2) (archaism) Shinto ritual


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Japanese jinzui;shinsui;shinzui;jinsui / じんずい;しんすい;しんずい;じんすい Japanese (1) water offered to God; water drunk before an altar to symbolize the making of a vow; (2) miracle-working water; (3) water which gathers in the nodes of bamboo after falling as rain at noon on the 5th day of the 5th month (lunar calendar), thought to be effective when used in medicines; (female given name) Shizuku; (place-name) Kuwamizu; (personal name) Kanmi; (place-name) Kanzui; (surname) Kamimizu



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Mandarin shén jì / shen2 ji4
Taiwan shen chi
Chinese miracle



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Mandarin shèng jì / sheng4 ji4
Taiwan sheng chi
Japanese seiseki / seseki / せいせき
Chinese Holy relic; miracle
Japanese holy site


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Japanese reisui / resui / れいすい Japanese miraculous (miracle-working) water


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Japanese reii;ryoui(ik) / re;ryoi(ik) / れいい;りょうい(ik) Japanese miracle; wonder; wondrous thing


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Japanese reiyaku / reyaku / れいやく Japanese unusually effective medicine; miracle drug


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Japanese reigen;reiken / regen;reken / れいげん;れいけん Japanese miraculous efficacy; miracle; miraculous virtue



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Mandarin jīng yì / jing1 yi4
Taiwan ching i
Japanese kyoui / kyoi / きょうい
Chinese amazed
Japanese (noun - becomes adjective with の) wonder; miracle; amazement; prodigy


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Japanese makyuu / makyu / まきゅう Japanese {baseb} miracle ball; magic ball


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Japanese goriyaku / ごりやく Japanese (1) grace (of God); divine favour; blessing; miracle; answer to a prayer; (2) benefit; (3) efficacy


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Japanese shuukyougeki / shukyogeki / しゅうきょうげき Japanese religious drama; miracle play


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Japanese goriyaku / ごりやく Japanese (1) grace (of God); divine favour; blessing; miracle; answer to a prayer; (2) benefit; (3) efficacy


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Japanese arahitogami / あらひとがみ Japanese (1) living god (term for the emperor); (2) miracle-working god (who appears as the occasion demands)


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Japanese arahitogami / あらひとがみ Japanese (1) living god (term for the emperor); (2) miracle-working god (who appears as the occasion demands)


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Japanese mirakuru / ミラクル Japanese miracle; (personal name) Miracle



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Mandarin bù kě sī yì / bu4 ke3 si1 yi4
Taiwan pu k`o ssu i / pu ko ssu i
Japanese fukashigi / ふかしぎ
Chinese inconceivable (idiom); unimaginable; unfathomable
Japanese (noun or adjectival noun) (1) (yoji) (See 不思議) mystery; something inexplicable; wonder; miracle; (2) unfathomable (of a Buddha's abilities); (numeric) (3) 10^64 (or 10^80)
Beyond thought or description, v. 不思議; inconceivable


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Mandarin shēng sǐ ròu gǔ / sheng1 si3 rou4 gu3
Taiwan sheng ssu jou ku
Chinese lit. the dead returning to life; a miracle (idiom)



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Mandarin zhuó shǒu chéng chūn / zhuo2 shou3 cheng2 chun1
Taiwan cho shou ch`eng ch`un / cho shou cheng chun
Chinese lit. set out and it becomes spring (idiom); to effect a miracle cure (of medical operation); to bring back the dead; once it starts, everything goes well



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Mandarin jǐn náng miào jì / jin3 nang2 miao4 ji4
Taiwan chin nang miao chi
Chinese brocade sack of miracle plans (idiom); bag of tricks; fiendishly cunning masterplan (written out by strategic genius of fiction, and given to the local commander in a brocade bag)



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Mandarin líng dān miào yào / ling2 dan1 miao4 yao4
Taiwan ling tan miao yao
Chinese effective cure, miracle medicine (idiom); fig. wonder-cure for all problems; panacea; elixir



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Mandarin hǎi lún · kǎi lē / hai3 lun2 · kai3 le1
Taiwan hai lun · k`ai le / hai lun · kai le
Chinese Helen Keller (1880-1968), famous American deaf-blind author and activist (whose story is told in biopic The Miracle Worker)


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Japanese mazuarienai / まずありえない Japanese (expression) very improbable; vanishingly unlikely; only with a miracle


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Japanese goriyaku / ごりやく Japanese (1) (See 利益) grace (of God); divine favour; blessing; miracle; answer to a prayer; (2) benefit; (3) efficacy


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Japanese arahitogami / あらひとがみ Japanese (1) living god (term for the emperor); (2) miracle-working god (who appears as the occasion demands)


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Japanese kinshasanokiseki / キンシャサのきせき Japanese (exp,n) Rumble in the Jungle; Foreman vs. Ali boxing match, Oct. 30, 1974; Kinshasa Miracle


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Japanese mirakurufuruutsu / mirakurufurutsu / ミラクルフルーツ Japanese miracle fruit (Synsepalum dulcificum); miracle berry


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Japanese kiseki / きせき Japanese (noun - becomes adjective with の) miracle; wonder; marvel


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Japanese mirakuru furuutsu / mirakuru furutsu / ミラクル・フルーツ Japanese miracle fruit (Synsepalum dulcificum); miracle berry


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Japanese kamiwaza(p);kamuwaza(ok);kanwaza(ok) / かみわざ(P);かむわざ(ok);かんわざ(ok) Japanese (1) divine work; miracle; superhuman feat; (2) (archaism) (See 神事・しんじ) Shinto ritual


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Japanese mirakurufuruutsu;mirakuru furuutsu / mirakurufurutsu;mirakuru furutsu / ミラクルフルーツ;ミラクル・フルーツ Japanese miracle fruit (Synsepalum dulcificum); miracle berry

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

This page contains 42 results for "miracle" 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.
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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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