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Characters Pronunciation
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Simple Dictionary Definition

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Mandarin shān / shan1
Taiwan shan
Japanese yama / やま    san;zan / さん;ざん
Chinese mountain; hill; anything that resembles a mountain; CL:座[zuo4]; bundled straw in which silkworms spin cocoons; gable; surname Shan
Japanese (n,ctr) (1) mountain; hill; (2) mine (e.g. coal mine); (3) heap; pile; (4) crown (of a hat); thread (of a screw); tread (of a tire); protruding part of an object; (5) climax; peak; critical point; (6) guess; speculation; (7) (used by policemen, crime reporters, etc.) criminal case; crime; (8) mountain climbing; mountaineering; (9) (See 山鉾) festival float (esp. one mounted with a decorative halberd); (10) {mahj} wall; wall tile; (11) (archaism) temple; temple grounds; (prefix noun) (12) wild; (suffix) (1) (after the name of a mountain) Mt.; Mount; (2) (after a temple's honorific mountain name) (See 山号) Mt.; Mount; (personal name) Yamamura; (personal name) Yamafuku; (surname) Yamataka; (personal name) Yamazumi; (personal name) Yamaji; (surname) Yamazaki; (surname) Yamasaki; (surname) Yamasa; (personal name) Yamakatsu; (surname) Yama; (surname) Noboru; (given name) Takashi; (surname) Taka; (surname) Sen; (place-name) San; (given name) Ganzan
A hill, mountain; a monastery.

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Mandarin cuī / cui1
Taiwan ts`ui / tsui
Japanese chiyoi / ちよい    chioe / ちおえ    chiejiyon / ちえじよん    chiei / chie / ちえい    chie / ちえ    chii / chi / ちぇ    takashi / たかし    sun / すん    sai / さい    sa / さ
Chinese high mountain; precipitous; surname Cui
Japanese (surname) Chiyoi; (surname) Chioe; (surname) Chiejiyon; (surname) Chiei; (surname) Chie; (surname) Che; (given name) Takashi; (surname) Sun; (surname) Sa

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Mandarin chuān / chuan1
Taiwan ch`uan / chuan
Japanese sakigawa / さきがわ    gawa / がわ    kawayanagi / かわやなぎ    kawataka / かわたか    kawazumi / かわずみ    kawasumi / かわすみ    kawazaki / かわざき    kawasaki / かわさき    kawakatsu / かわかつ    kawa / かわ
Chinese river; creek; plain; an area of level country; abbr. for Sichuan Province 四川[Si4 chuan1] in southwest China
Japanese (suffix) the .... river; (suffix used with the names of rivers); (1) river; stream; (suffix) (2) the .... river; (suffix used with the names of rivers); (surname) Sakigawa; (place-name) Gawa; (surname) Kawayanagi; (surname) Kawataka; (personal name) Kawazumi; (personal name) Kawasumi; (surname) Kawazaki; (surname) Kawasaki; (personal name) Kawakatsu; (surname) Kawa
A stream, a mountain stream; Ssu-ch'uan province; rivers


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Mandarin guān / guan1
Taiwan kuan
Japanese seki / せき
Chinese mountain pass; to close; to shut; to turn off; to concern; to involve; surname Guan
Japanese (surname) Seki
To shut, a closed place, barrier, frontier; to include, concern, involve; a frontier pass or gate

山荘

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Japanese sansou / sanso / さんそう
Japanese mountain villa; mountain retreat; mountain cottage; (surname) Yamajou; (place-name) Sansou

連綿


连绵

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Mandarin lián mián / lian2 mian2
Taiwan lien mien
Japanese renmen / れんめん
Chinese continuous; unbroken; uninterrupted; extending forever into the distance (of mountain range, river etc)
Japanese (adj-t,adv-to) unbroken; uninterrupted; on and on; continuous
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

阿修羅


阿修罗

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Mandarin ā xiū luō / a1 xiu1 luo1
Taiwan a hsiu lo
Japanese ashura / あしゅら
Chinese Asura, malevolent spirits in Indian mythology
Japanese Asura (fighting demon); (female given name) Ashura
asura, 修羅 originally meaning a spirit, spirits, or even the gods, it generally indicates titanic demons, enemies of the gods, with whom, especially Indra, they wage constant war. They are defined as 'not devas', and 'ugly', and 'without wine'. Other forms are 阿須羅 (or 阿蘇羅, or 阿素羅); 阿修倫 (or羅須倫 or 阿修輪 or 羅須輪); 阿素洛; 阿差. Four classes are named according to their manner of rebirth-egg, born, womb-born, transformation-born, and spawn- or water-born. Their abode is in the ocean, north of Sumeru, but certain of the weaker dwell in a western mountain cave. They have realms, rulers, and palaces, as have the devas. The 阿修羅道 is one of the six gatis, or ways of reincarnation. The 修羅場 or 修羅巷 is the battlefield of the asuras against Indra. The 阿修羅琴 are their harps.

阿里山

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Mandarin ā lǐ shān / a1 li3 shan1
Taiwan a li shan
Chinese Alishan, mountain range in Taiwan; Alishan township in Chiayi county 嘉義縣|嘉义县[Jia1 yi4 xian4], west Taiwan

山高水長


山高水长

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Mandarin shān gāo shuǐ cháng / shan1 gao1 shui3 chang2
Taiwan shan kao shui ch`ang / shan kao shui chang
Chinese high as the mountain and long as the river (idiom); fig. noble and far-reaching

風林火山

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Japanese fuurinkazan / furinkazan / ふうりんかざん Japanese (expression) (yoji) as fast as the wind, as quiet as the forest, as daring as fire, and immovable as the mountain

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Mandarin qiǎ / qia3
Taiwan ch`ia / chia
Japanese touge / toge / とうげ
Chinese mountain pass (Japanese kokuji)
Japanese (n,n-suf) ridge; (mountain) pass; difficult part; (surname) Dougesaki; (surname) Tooge; (place-name, surname) Touge; (personal name) Tawatou; (personal name) Tawa; (surname) Taoge; (surname) Tao; (surname) Tauge


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Mandarin yuè / yue4
Taiwan yüeh
Japanese dake / だけ    takesaki / たけさき    take / たけ    gaku / がく
Chinese high mountain; highest peak of a mountain ridge; surname Yue
Japanese (n,suf) (1) peak; (2) mountain; (place-name, surname) Dake; (surname) Takesaki; (surname) Take; (surname) Gaku
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

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Mandarin gèn // gěn / gen4 // gen3
Taiwan ken
Japanese gon / ごん
Chinese one of the Eight Trigrams 八卦[ba1 gua4], symbolizing mountain; ☶; ancient Chinese compass point: 45° (northeast); blunt; tough; chewy
Japanese gen (one of the trigrams of the I Ching: mountain, northeast); (given name) Gon; (personal name) Kononaga; (given name) Katashi; (surname) Ushitora

名山

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Mandarin míng shān / ming2 shan1
Taiwan ming shan
Japanese meizan / mezan / めいざん
Chinese famous mountain; Mingshan county in Ya'an 雅安[Ya3 an1], Sichuan
Japanese famous mountain; (place-name) Meizan; (surname) Nayama

山寨

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Mandarin shān zhài / shan1 zhai4
Taiwan shan chai
Japanese sansai / さんさい
Chinese fortified hill village; mountain stronghold (esp. of bandits); (fig.) knockoff (goods); counterfeit; imitation
Japanese mountain stronghold

山嶺


山岭

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Mandarin shān lǐng / shan1 ling3
Taiwan shan ling
Japanese sanrei / sanre / さんれい
Chinese mountain ridge
Japanese mountaintop; summit; (surname) Yamamine

山嶽


山岳

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Mandarin shān yuè / shan1 yue4
Taiwan shan yüeh
Japanese yamatake / やまたけ    sangoku / さんごく
Chinese mountain; hill; lofty mountain
Japanese (out-dated kanji) (noun - becomes adjective with の) mountains; (surname) Yamatake; (personal name) Sangoku
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

山村

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Mandarin shān cūn / shan1 cun1
Taiwan shan ts`un / shan tsun
Japanese sanson / さんそん
Chinese mountain village
Japanese mountain village; (place-name, surname) Yamamura; (given name) Sanson

山水

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Mandarin shān shuǐ / shan1 shui3
Taiwan shan shui
Japanese sansui;yamamizu / さんすい;やまみず
Chinese water from a mountain; mountains and rivers; scenery; landscape; Sansui, Japanese company
Japanese (1) mountain and water; landscape (containing hills and rivers); (2) (さんすい only) (abbreviation) (See 山水画) landscape picture; (3) mountain stream; water that flows down from a mountain; (4) (さんすい only) (See 築山) garden which contains an artificial hill and a pond; (surname) Yamamizu; (given name) Sansui
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

山脈


山脉

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Mandarin shān mài / shan1 mai4
Taiwan shan mai
Japanese sanmyaku(p);yamanami / さんみゃく(P);やまなみ
Chinese mountain range; CL:條|条[tiao2]
Japanese mountain range

山行

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Mandarin shān xíng / shan1 xing2
Taiwan shan hsing
Japanese sankou / sanko / さんこう
Chinese mountain hike
Japanese (noun/participle) mountain hiking; walking in the mountains

山路

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Mandarin shān lù / shan1 lu4
Taiwan shan lu
Japanese yamaji;sanro / やまじ;さんろ
Chinese mountain road
Japanese mountain path; (surname) Yamamichi; (surname) Yamadzi; (place-name) Yamachi; (p,s,f) Yamaji; (place-name) Sanji

峻嶺


峻岭

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Mandarin jun lǐng / jun4 ling3
Taiwan chün ling
Japanese shunrei / shunre / しゅんれい
Chinese lofty mountain range
Japanese steep peak; steep ridge; high rugged mountain; (given name) Shunrei

泰山

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Mandarin tài shān / tai4 shan1
Taiwan t`ai shan / tai shan
Japanese taizan / たいざん
Chinese Tarzan (fictional character reared by apes in the jungle); Taishan township in New Taipei City 新北市[Xin1 bei3 shi4], Taiwan; Mt Tai in Shandong, eastern of the Five Sacred Mountains 五嶽|五岳[Wu3 yue4]
Japanese large mountain; Mt Taishan (China); (surname) Yasuyama; (surname) Taiyama; (given name) Taizan; (given name) Taisan
Tai Shan in Shandong, the eastern sacred mountain of China; Taishan

深山

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Mandarin shēn shān / shen1 shan1
Taiwan shen shan
Japanese miyama(p);shinzan / みやま(P);しんざん
Chinese deep in the mountains
Japanese mountain recess; deep in the mountains; (p,s,f) Miyama; (surname) Fukayama; (surname) Shinzan
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

登山

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Mandarin dēng shān / deng1 shan1
Taiwan teng shan
Japanese tozan / とざん
Chinese to climb a mountain; climbing; mountaineering
Japanese (noun/participle) mountain climbing; (surname) Noboriyama; (surname) Toyama; (place-name, surname) Tozan

群山

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Mandarin qún shān / qun2 shan1
Taiwan ch`ün shan / chün shan
Japanese gunzan;murayama / ぐんざん;むらやま
Chinese mountains; a range of hills
Japanese mountain range; cluster of mountains; mountainous region; (surname) Mureyama; (surname) Murayama; (surname) Gun'yama; (given name) Gunzan

群峰

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Mandarin qún fēng / qun2 feng1
Taiwan ch`ün feng / chün feng
Japanese gunpou / gunpo / ぐんぽう
Chinese the peaks of a mountain range
Japanese (the many peaks of a) mountain range

高山

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Mandarin gāo shān / gao1 shan1
Taiwan kao shan
Japanese kouzan / kozan / こうざん
Chinese high mountain; alpine
Japanese (noun - becomes adjective with の) high mountain; alpine; (place-name, surname) Takayama; (place-name) Koyama; (place-name, surname) Kouyama; (given name) Kouzan

登山家

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Mandarin dēng shān jiā / deng1 shan1 jia1
Taiwan teng shan chia
Japanese tozanka / とざんか
Chinese mountaineer
Japanese mountain climber; mountaineer

高山病

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Mandarin gāo shān bìng / gao1 shan1 bing4
Taiwan kao shan ping
Japanese kouzanbyou / kozanbyo / こうざんびょう
Chinese altitude sickness; acute mountain sickness
Japanese altitude sickness; mountain sickness

造山運動

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Mandarin zào shān yùn dòng / zao4 shan1 yun4 dong4
Taiwan tsao shan yün tung
Japanese zouzanundou / zozanundo / ぞうざんうんどう
Chinese mountain building (geology); orogenesis
Japanese mountain-making movements; mountain building; orogenesis

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Mandarin wèi / wei4
Taiwan wei
Japanese bi
Chinese resolute; mountain pass; defile (archaic)
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

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Mandarin zuī / zui1
Taiwan tsui
Chinese a mountain peak

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Mandarin tái / tai2
Taiwan t`ai / tai
Japanese dai / だい    tai / たい    utena / うてな
Chinese (classical) you (in letters); variant of 臺|台[tai2]; Taiwan (abbr.); surname Tai
Japanese (n,n-suf) (1) stand; rack; table; bench; podium; pedestal; platform; stage; (2) support; holder; rack; (counter) (3) counter for machines, incl. vehicles; (4) setting (e.g. in jewellery); (n,n-suf,ctr) (5) (See 代・だい・2,代・だい・6) level (e.g. price level); range (e.g. after physical units); period (of time, e.g. a decade of one's life); (6) elevated area; (7) viewing platform; (8) (See 台盤・1) dish tray; (9) (archaism) meal; (10) (archaism) (See 高殿) tall building; tower; (n,n-pref,n-suf) (abbreviation) (See 台湾) Taiwan; (1) tower; (2) stand; pedestal; (3) (See 萼) calyx; (surname) Dai; (surname) Tai; (surname) Utena; (personal name) Utsu
A flat place, platform, plateau, terrace; an abbrev. for 臺 and for 天台 Tiantai, hence 台嶽 the Tiantai mountain; 台宗; 台家 its 'school'; 台徒 its disciples; 台教; 台道 its doctrine, or way.

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Mandarin/ he2
Taiwan ho
Japanese gou / go / ごう
Chinese to close; to join; to fit; to be equal to; whole; together; round (in battle); conjunction (astronomy); 1st note of pentatonic scale; old variant of 盒[he2]; 100 ml; one-tenth of a peck; measure for dry grain equal to one-tenth of sheng 升 or liter, or one-hundredth dou 斗
Japanese (1) 0.18039 litres (liters); (2) 0.3306 metres square (meters); (3) one-tenth of the way from the base to the summit of a mountain; (4) {astron} (See 衝・3) conjunction; (counter) (5) counter for covered containers; (6) counter for matches, battles, etc.; (surname) Takagou; (personal name) Aiji; (surname) Aisaki
Bring together, unite, unison, in accord; to unite

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Mandarin chuí / chui2
Taiwan ch`ui / chui
Chinese name of a mountain

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Mandarin kuí / kui2
Taiwan k`uei / kuei
Chinese one-legged mountain demon of Chinese mythology; Chinese mythical figure who invented music and dancing; Chinese rain god; surname Kui

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Mandarin tào / tao4
Taiwan t`ao / tao
Chinese to cover; to encase; cover; sheath; to overlap; to interleave; to model after; to copy; formula; harness; loop of rope; (fig.) to fish for; to obtain slyly; classifier for sets, collections; bend (of a river or mountain range, in place names); tau (Greek letter Ττ)

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Mandarin wěi / wei3
Taiwan wei
Japanese bi / び    o / お
Chinese horse's tail; pointed posterior section of a locust etc; tail; remainder; remnant; extremity; sixth of the 28 constellations; classifier for fish
Japanese (1) {astron} (See 二十八宿,蒼竜・そうりょう・3) Chinese "Tail" constellation (one of the 28 mansions); (suf,ctr) (2) counter for fish, shrimp, etc.; (1) tail (animal, kite, comet, etc.); tail end; (2) slope at the foot of a mountain; (surname) Bi; (personal name) Obana; (surname) Ohama; (surname) Odaka; (surname) Otaka; (surname) Ozeki; (personal name) Ojio; (surname) Ozaki; (surname) Osaki; (place-name) O
Tail: end.

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Mandarin/ li4
Taiwan li
Chinese high mountain range

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Mandarin/ qi3
Taiwan ch`i / chi
Chinese mountain without vegetation; the residence of one's mother; see also 岵[hu4]

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Mandarin jié / jie2
Taiwan chieh
Chinese mountain peak

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Mandarin qiān / qian1
Taiwan ch`ien / chien
Chinese name of a mountain

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Mandarin chà / cha4
Taiwan ch`a / cha
Chinese fork in road; bifurcation; branch in road, river, mountain range etc; to branch off; to turn off; to diverge; to stray (from the path); to change the subject; to interrupt; to stagger (times)

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Mandarin zuò / zuo4
Taiwan tso
Chinese name of a mountain in Shandong

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Mandarin xiù / xiu4
Taiwan hsiu
Japanese shuu / shu / しゅう    kuki / くき
Chinese cave; mountain peak
Japanese (personal name) Shuu; (surname) Kuki

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Mandarin yuè / yue4
Taiwan yüeh
Japanese dake / だけ    takeru / たける    takeshi / たけし    take / たけ    takane / たかね    takashi / たかし    gaku / がく    oka / おか
Chinese wife's parents and paternal uncles; surname Yue
Japanese (n,suf) (1) peak; (2) mountain; (p,m) Dake; (given name) Takeru; (male given name) Takeshi; (p,s,g) Take; (male given name) Takane; (male given name) Takashi; (s,m,f) Gaku; (surname) Oka

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Mandarin/ hu4
Taiwan hu
Chinese mountain covered with vegetation; the residence of one's father; see also 屺[qi3]

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Mandarin tóng // dòng / tong2 // dong4
Taiwan t`ung // tung / tung // tung
Chinese name of a mountain; cave; cavern

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Mandarin é / e2
Taiwan o
Japanese ga
Chinese lofty; name of a mountain
High, commanding.


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Mandarin fēng / feng1
Taiwan feng
Japanese mine / みね    noboru / のぼる
Chinese old variant of 峰[feng1]
Japanese (1) peak; summit; ridge; top; (2) back of a blade; (surname, female given name) Mine; (personal name) Noboru
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

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Mandarin fēng / feng1
Taiwan feng
Japanese minezaki / みねざき    minesaki / みねさき    mine / みね    hou / ho / ほう    takane / たかね    takashi / たかし
Chinese (of a mountain) high and tapered peak or summit; mountain-like in appearance; highest level; classifier for camels
Japanese (1) peak; summit; ridge; top; (2) back of a blade; (surname) Minezaki; (surname) Minesaki; (p,s,f) Mine; (surname) Hou; (female given name) Takane; (surname, given name) Takashi
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

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Mandarin náo / nao2
Taiwan nao
Chinese name of a mountain

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Mandarin/ tu2
Taiwan t`u / tu
Chinese name of a mountain

峿

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Mandarin/ wu2
Taiwan wu
Chinese name of a mountain

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Mandarin kōng / kong1
Taiwan k`ung / kung
Chinese name of a mountain

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Mandarin/ ju1
Taiwan chü
Chinese mountain name


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Mandarin lái / lai2
Taiwan lai
Chinese name of a mountain in Sichuan

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Mandarin zú // cuì / zu2 // cui4
Taiwan tsu // ts`ui / tsu // tsui
Chinese jagged mountain peaks (poetic); rocky peaks; lofty and dangerous


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Mandarin lún / lun2
Taiwan lun
Chinese Kunlun (Karakorum) mountain range in Xinjiang

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Mandarin léng / leng2
Taiwan leng
Japanese ryou / ryo / りょう
Chinese lofty (as of mountain)
Japanese (personal name) Ryou

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Mandarin guō / guo1
Taiwan kuo
Chinese name of a mountain

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Mandarin dōng / dong1
Taiwan tung
Chinese name of a mountain

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Mandarin xiáo / xiao2
Taiwan hsiao
Chinese name of a mountain in Henan; also pr. [Yao2]

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Mandarin yān / yan1
Taiwan yen
Chinese name of a mountain in Gansu

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Mandarin/ gu4
Taiwan ku
Chinese steep-sided flat-topped mountain; mesa; (element in mountain names)

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Mandarin měi / mei3
Taiwan mei
Chinese mountain; hill

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Mandarin/ ji1
Taiwan chi
Chinese surname Ji; name of a mountain

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Mandarin/ yu2
Taiwan
Chinese mountain range


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Mandarin lán / lan2
Taiwan lan
Japanese arashi / あらし
Chinese mist; name of a mountain
Japanese (1) storm; tempest; (2) difficulty; trouble; (personal name) Ranran; (female given name) Ran; (surname, female given name) Arashi (also Japanese band)
Mountain mist; vapour; mountain mists

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Mandarin cuó / cuo2
Taiwan ts`o / tso
Japanese ja
Chinese lofty (as of mountain)
Irregular, uneven; translit. jha.

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Mandarin chǎn / chan3
Taiwan ch`an / chan
Chinese winding mountain path


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Mandarin lǒu / lou3
Taiwan lou
Chinese mountain peak

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Mandarin/ bo1
Taiwan po
Chinese name of a mountain


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Mandarin qīn / qin1
Taiwan ch`in / chin
Chinese loftiness (of mountain)


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Mandarin láo / lao2
Taiwan lao
Chinese name of a mountain in Shandong

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Mandarin dèng / deng4
Taiwan teng
Japanese sako / さこ
Chinese path leading up a mountain
Japanese (surname) Sako

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Mandarin duò / duo4
Taiwan to
Chinese mountain peak

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Mandarin xué / xue2
Taiwan hsüeh
Chinese big rocky mountain

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Mandarin xiè / xie4
Taiwan hsieh
Chinese mountain valley

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Mandarin/ yi2
Taiwan i
Chinese name of a mountain in Hunan


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Mandarin lǐng / ling3
Taiwan ling
Japanese rei / re / れい    ryou / ryo / りょう    minesaki / みねさき    mine / みね    takashi / たかし    itadaki / いただき
Chinese mountain range; mountain ridge
Japanese (1) peak; summit; ridge; top; (2) back of a blade; (surname, female given name) Rei; (surname, given name) Ryou; (surname) Minesaki; (surname, female given name) Mine; (given name) Takashi; (surname) Itadaki

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Mandarin lóng / long2
Taiwan lung
Chinese steep; precipitous (of mountain)

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Mandarin yíng // hōng / ying2 // hong1
Taiwan ying // hung
Chinese see 嶺巆|岭巆[ling3 ying2] and 崢巆|峥巆[zheng1 ying2], lofty (of mountain); deep (of valley); (onom.) crashing sound; same as 訇

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Mandarin/ xi1
Taiwan hsi
Chinese mountain-gorge; ravine


岿

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Mandarin kuī / kui1
Taiwan k`uei / kuei
Chinese high and mighty (of mountain); hilly


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Mandarin luán / luan2
Taiwan luan
Chinese mountain ranges

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Mandarin diān / dian1
Taiwan tien
Chinese same as 巔|巅[dian1]; summit; mountain peak; mountain top

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Mandarin yǎn / yan3
Taiwan yen
Chinese peak of mountain

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Mandarin/ yu3
Taiwan
Japanese yu
Chinese surname Yu; name of a mountain
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

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Japanese fumoto / ふもと Japanese (irregular kanji usage) (kana only) foot (of a mountain or hill); bottom; base; (place-name) Fumoto

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Mandarin lí // chī / li2 // chi1
Taiwan li // ch`ih / li // chih
Chinese rowan or mountain ash (genus Sorbus); manjack or cordia (genus Cordia)

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Mandarin lěi / lei3
Taiwan lei
Chinese mountain-climbing shoes

氿

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Mandarin guǐ / gui3
Taiwan kuei
Chinese mountain spring

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Mandarin/ ze2
Taiwan tse
Japanese sawa / さわ
Chinese Japanese variant of 澤|泽
Japanese (1) swamp; marsh; (2) mountain stream; valley; dale; (female given name) Megumi; (personal name) Taku; (surname) Sawayanagi; (surname) Sawazaki; (surname) Sawasaki; (place-name, surname) Sawa; (surname) Osakizawa

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Mandarin jiàn / jian4
Taiwan chien
Japanese kan / かん
Chinese mountain stream
Japanese (numeric) 10^36; undecillion; (surname) Uruoi; (personal name) Ikuyo; (personal name) Ikuzou

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Mandarin/ xi1
Taiwan hsi
Chinese mountain stream; creek

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Mandarin cuī / cui1
Taiwan ts`ui / tsui
Chinese a high mountain; precipitous

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Mandarin léng / leng2
Taiwan leng
Japanese ryou / ryo / りょう
Chinese corner; edge; arris (sharp ridge formed by two surfaces meeting at an edge); protrusion
Japanese (1) edge; angle; (n,suf) (2) ridge (e.g. of a mountain); (female given name) Ryou; (given name) Takashi

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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).



Combined, these cover 355,969 Japanese, Chinese, and Buddhist characters, words, idioms, and short phrases.

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