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Mandarin qiǎng // jiàng // qiáng / qiang3 // jiang4 // qiang2
Taiwan ch`iang // chiang / chiang // chiang
Japanese kyou / kyo / きょう
Chinese to force; to compel; to strive; to make an effort; strong; powerful; better; slightly more than; vigorous; violent; best in their category, e.g. see 百強|百强[bai3 qiang2]; stubborn; unyielding; surname Qiang
Japanese (suffix noun) (1) a little over; a little more than; (2) powerhouse; one of the biggest; one of the most powerful; (personal name) Tsuyomi; (male given name) Tsuyoshi; (surname) Tsuyosaki; (personal name) Tsuyoi; (male given name) Tsutomu; (given name) Susumu; (personal name) Gouji; (personal name) Gou; (surname) Kowa; (personal name) Kyouji; (given name) Kyou
Strong, forceful, violent; to force; to strengthen.

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Mandarin guǐ / gui3
Taiwan kuei
Japanese oni(p);ki / おに(P);き
 Vertical Wall Scroll
Chinese ghost; demon; terrible; damnable; clever; sly; crafty; (suffix for sb with a certain vice or addiction etc); one of the 28 constellations
Japanese (1) oni; ogre; demon; (2) (See 亡魂) spirit of a deceased person; (3) (おに only) ogre-like person (i.e. fierce, relentless, merciless, etc.); (4) (おに only) (See 鬼ごっこ・おにごっこ) it (in a game of tag, hide-and-seek, etc.); (5) (き only) {astron} (See 二十八宿,朱雀・すざく・2) Chinese "ghost" constellation (one of the 28 mansions); (prefix) (6) (おに only) (slang) (See 超・1) very; extremely; super-; (surname) Miniwa; (surname) Kisaragi; (surname) Oniyanagi; (personal name) Onikatsu; (surname) Oni
preta 薜荔多, departed, dead; a disembodied spirit, dead person, ghost; a demon, evil being; especially a 餓鬼 hungry ghost. They are of many kinds. The Fan-i ming i classifies them as poor, medium, and rich; each again thrice subdivided: (1) (a) with mouths like burning torches; (b) throats no bigger than needles; (c) vile breath, disgusting to themselves; (2) (a) needle-haired, self-piercing; (b) hair sharp and stinking; (c) having great wens on whose pus they must feed. (3) (a) living on the remains of sacrifices; (b) on leavings in general; (c) powerful ones, yakṣas, rākṣasas, piśācas, etc. All belong to the realm of Yama, whence they are sent everywhere, consequently are ubiquitous in every house, lane, market, mound, stream, tree, etc.


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Mandarin wēi dé / wei1 de2
Taiwan wei te
Japanese itoku
 Vertical Wall Scroll
Chinese powerful benevolent rule
Of respect-inspiring virtue; dignified; authoritative power



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Mandarin qiáng lì / qiang2 li4
Taiwan ch`iang li / chiang li
Japanese kyouryoku / kyoryoku / きょうりょく
Chinese powerful
Japanese (noun or adjectival noun) powerful; strong; (surname) Gouriki



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Mandarin qiáng dà / qiang2 da4
Taiwan ch`iang ta / chiang ta
Japanese kyoudai / kyodai / きょうだい
Chinese large; formidable; powerful; strong
Japanese (noun or adjectival noun) mighty; powerful



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Mandarin fù qiáng / fu4 qiang2
Taiwan fu ch`iang / fu chiang
Japanese fukyou;fuukyou / fukyo;fukyo / ふきょう;ふうきょう
Chinese rich and powerful
Japanese (adj-na,n,adj-no) wealth and power; rich and powerful



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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

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Mandarin/ pi1
Taiwan p`i / pi
Chinese multitudinous; powerful

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Mandarin liàng // jìng / liang4 // jing4
Taiwan liang // ching
Chinese distant; to seek; old variant of 亮[liang4]; bright; strong; powerful

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Mandarin/ ju4
Taiwan chü
Japanese geki / げき
Chinese theatrical work (play, opera, TV series etc); dramatic (change, increase etc); acute; severe
Japanese (1) drama; play; (2) (abbreviation) (abbr of 劇薬) powerful drug

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Mandarin jìng // jìn / jing4 // jin4
Taiwan ching // chin
Japanese tsuyoshi / つよし    takeshi / たけし    kei / ke / けい
Chinese stalwart; sturdy; strong; powerful; strength; energy; enthusiasm; spirit; mood; expression; interest; CL:把[ba3]
Japanese (male given name) Tsuyoshi; (personal name) Takeshi; (given name) Kei

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Mandarin zhěn / zhen3
Taiwan chen
Chinese (of a bow) impactful; powerful

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Mandarin chòng // chōng / chong4 // chong1
Taiwan ch`ung / chung
Japanese shou / sho / しょう
Chinese powerful; vigorous; pungent; towards; in view of; thoroughfare; to go straight ahead; to rush; to clash
Japanese (1) important point (e.g. on a route); (2) important role (responsibility, etc.); (3) {astron} (See 合・ごう・4) opposition; (personal name) Katsuhiro

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Mandarin/ fa2
Taiwan fa
Japanese batsu / ばつ
Chinese powerful individual, family or group; clique; (loanword) valve
Japanese (n,n-suf) clique; clan; faction; (personal name) Isao

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Mandarin xióng / xiong2
Taiwan hsiung
Japanese yuuji / yuji / ゆうじ    yuu / yu / ゆう    tsuyoshi / つよし    takeshi / たけし    suguru / すぐる    ondori / おんどり    osachi / おさち    osaki / おさき    o / お    akutsu / あくつ
Chinese male; staminate; grand; imposing; powerful; mighty; person or state having great power and influence
Japanese (noun - becomes adjective with の) (kana only) male (animal); (n-pref,n-suf,n) (1) male; man; (2) (archaism) husband; (personal name) Yuuji; (surname, female given name) Yuu; (male given name) Tsuyoshi; (given name) Takeshi; (given name) Suguru; (personal name) Ondori; (personal name) Osachi; (surname) Osaki; (place-name) O; (surname) Akutsu

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Mandarin shǒu / shou3
Taiwan shou
Japanese shu / しゅ    kashira / かしら    obito;ohito;outo / obito;ohito;oto / おびと;おひと;おうと
Chinese head; chief; first (occasion, thing etc); classifier for poems, songs etc
Japanese (counter) counter for songs and poems; (See 頭・かしら・1) head (of a doll); (archaism) (See 姓・かばね) Obito (hereditary title, often given to powerful regional families); (personal name) Obito

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Mandarin zǎng / zang3
Taiwan tsang
Chinese powerful horse

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Mandarin kuí / kui2
Taiwan k`uei / kuei
Chinese (of a horse) powerful; strong


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Japanese bannou(p);mannou(ok) / banno(p);manno(ok) / ばんのう(P);まんのう(ok) Japanese (adj-no,n) (1) all-purpose; utility; universal; (2) all-powerful; almighty; omnipotent; all-round (e.g. athlete); (place-name) Mannou; (surname) Mana


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Mandarin wǔ shē / wu3 she1
Taiwan wu she
Chinese Wu She (-522 BC), powerful minister of Chu and father of Wu Zixu 伍子胥


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Japanese kenpitsu / けんぴつ Japanese powerful pen; facile pen


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Japanese toshi / とし Japanese (adj-ku) (1) (archaism) sharp; (2) (archaism) intense; strong; powerful; (3) (archaism) quick; rapid; fast; (4) (archaism) keen; sharp; clever


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Japanese gekizai / げきざい Japanese powerful medicine; violent poison


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Japanese gekiyaku / げきやく Japanese powerful medicine; strong poison



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Mandarin lì qiáng / li4 qiang2
Taiwan li ch`iang / li chiang
Japanese rikigō


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Japanese rikitou / rikito / りきとう Japanese (noun/participle) powerful pitching


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Japanese rikiei / rikie / りきえい Japanese (noun/participle) powerful swimming


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Mandarin yǒng měng / yong3 meng3
Taiwan yung meng
Japanese yuumou;yuumyou / yumo;yumyo / ゆうもう;ゆうみょう
Chinese bold and powerful; brave and fierce
Japanese (noun or adjectival noun) daring; bravery; valor; valour



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Mandarin shì zú / shi4 zu2
Taiwan shih tsu
Chinese influential family; powerful clan



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Mandarin shì yào / shi4 yao4
Taiwan shih yao
Chinese influential figure; powerful person


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Mandarin tǔ háo / tu3 hao2
Taiwan t`u hao / tu hao
Japanese dogou / dogo / どごう
Chinese local tyrant; local strong man; (slang) nouveau riche
Japanese powerful local clan; (surname) Dogou


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Japanese taiteki / たいてき Japanese great rival; powerful enemy; archenemy


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Mandarin dà yòng / da4 yong4
Taiwan ta yung
Japanese daiyou;taiyou / daiyo;taiyo / だいよう;たいよう
Chinese to put sb in powerful position; to empower
Japanese (1) (だいよう only) (obscure) (See 大便) feces; excrement; (2) (obscure) large effect; (personal name) Dayou; (surname, given name) Daiyou; (personal name) Taiyou; (surname) Ooyoo; (surname) Ooyou; (place-name) Ooyuu
great function


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Japanese taihan / たいはん Japanese large feudal domain; large fiefdom; powerful clan



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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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Mandarin ào yuán / ao4 yuan2
Taiwan ao yüan
Chinese hidden ally; powerful support; support; backup


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Mandarin wēi měng / wei1 meng3
Taiwan wei meng
Chinese bold and powerful


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Japanese irei / ire / いれい Japanese (1) powerful spirit; (2) power of the emperor


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Mandarin fù háo / fu4 hao2
Taiwan fu hao
Japanese fugou / fugo / ふごう
Chinese rich and powerful person
Japanese wealthy person; millionaire



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Mandarin dì wǎng / di4 wang3
Taiwan ti wang
Japanese taimō
(帝釋網) ? Indra-jala. The net of Indra, hanging in Indra's 宮 hall, out of which all things can be produced; also the name of an incantation considered all-powerful; Indra's Net



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Mandarin bāng xián / bang1 xian2
Taiwan pang hsien
Chinese to hang on to and serve the rich and powerful by literary hack work etc


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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 qiáng jìng / qiang2 jing4
Taiwan ch`iang ching / chiang ching
Chinese strong; powerful; robust



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Mandarin qiáng shì / qiang2 shi4
Taiwan ch`iang shih / chiang shih
Japanese kyousei / kyose / きょうせい
Chinese strong; powerful; (linguistics) emphatic; intensive
Japanese {ling} stress; accent; emphasis


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Japanese kyoukoku / kyokoku / きょうこく Japanese strong nation; powerful country



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Mandarin qiáng guó / qiang2 guo2
Taiwan ch`iang kuo / chiang kuo
Chinese powerful country; great power; (ironically) mainland China (Taiwan & Hong Kong usage)



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Mandarin qiáng dù / qiang2 du4
Taiwan ch`iang tu / chiang tu
Japanese kyoudo / kyodo / きょうど
Chinese strength; intensity; CL:個|个[ge4]
Japanese (1) strength; intensity; (can be adjective with の) (2) strong (e.g. glasses); powerful (e.g. lens); intense (e.g. fear); extreme



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Mandarin qiáng dí / qiang2 di2
Taiwan ch`iang ti / chiang ti
Japanese kyouteki / kyoteki / きょうてき
Chinese powerful enemy
Japanese formidable enemy; strong enemy; tough enemy



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Mandarin qiáng shèng / qiang2 sheng4
Taiwan ch`iang sheng / chiang sheng
Japanese kyousei;goujou / kyose;gojo / きょうせい;ごうじょう
Chinese rich and powerful
Japanese (noun or adjectival noun) (archaism) might; mighty



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Mandarin qiáng duì / qiang2 dui4
Taiwan ch`iang tui / chiang tui
Chinese a powerful team (sports)



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Mandarin qiáng zhèn / qiang2 zhen4
Taiwan ch`iang chen / chiang chen
Japanese kyoushin / kyoshin / きょうしん
Chinese powerful earthquake; abbr. for 強烈地震|强烈地震
Japanese severe earthquake


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Japanese toshi / とし Japanese (adj-ku) (1) (archaism) sharp; (2) (archaism) intense; strong; powerful; (3) (archaism) quick; rapid; fast; (4) (archaism) keen; sharp; clever


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Mandarin pān fù / pan1 fu4
Taiwan p`an fu / pan fu
Chinese to climb (of climbing plants); to creep; to cling on to; fig. to seek connection (with the rich and powerful); social climbing


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Japanese mandokoro;madokoro;matsurigotodokoro / まんどころ;まどころ;まつりごとどころ Japanese (1) official in charge of the administration of domains and general affairs of powerful noble families (from the middle of the Heian period); (2) (honorific or respectful language) (abbreviation) (See 北の政所) titled lady (legal wife of an important official); (3) government office related to finances (Kamakura and Muromachi periods); (4) clerk working for large temples and shrines; (place-name, surname) Mandokoro; (place-name, surname) Madokoro; (surname) Masadokoro; (surname) Masatokoro; (surname) Seijo; (surname) Seisho


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Japanese toshi / とし Japanese (adj-ku) (1) (archaism) sharp; (2) (archaism) intense; strong; powerful; (3) (archaism) quick; rapid; fast; (4) (archaism) keen; sharp; clever


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Mandarin cáo wèi / cao2 wei4
Taiwan ts`ao wei / tsao wei
Chinese Cao Wei, the most powerful of the Three Kingdoms, established as a dynasty in 220 by Cao Pi 曹丕, son of Cao Cao, replaced by Jin dynasty in 265


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Mandarin yǒu lì / you3 li4
Taiwan yu li
Japanese yuuryoku / yuryoku / ゆうりょく
Chinese powerful; forceful; vigorous
Japanese (noun or adjectival noun) (1) (See 有力者) influential; prominent; (2) (See 有力候補) strong; likely; plausible; potent
possessing power



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Mandarin yǒu shì / you3 shi4
Taiwan yu shih
Japanese usei



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Mandarin yǒu quán / you3 quan2
Taiwan yu ch`üan / yu chüan
Chinese to have the right to; to be entitled to; to have authority; powerful


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Mandarin bǐng chén / bing3 chen2
Taiwan ping ch`en / ping chen
Chinese powerful official; big shot


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Mandarin huán huán / huan2 huan2
Taiwan huan huan
Chinese mighty; powerful



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Mandarin jí xiù / ji2 xiu4
Taiwan chi hsiu
Japanese gokushū
extremely powerful odor; extremely powerful odor


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Japanese kenkan / けんかん Japanese (1) powerful official; powerful office; influential position; (2) (See 兼官) holding of concurrent (official) posts; concurrent post; one's second post


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Japanese kenshin / けんしん Japanese influential vassal; powerful retainer; powerful courtier


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Japanese kenmon / けんもん Japanese powerful family


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Mandarin hóng liú / hong2 liu2
Taiwan hung liu
Chinese a powerful current; a flood (often fig., e.g. a flood of ideas)



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Mandarin hào dàng / hao4 dang4
Taiwan hao tang
Chinese vast and mighty (of river or ocean); broad and powerful


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Japanese gekisha / げきしゃ Japanese (noun/participle) (1) (colloquialism) taking a spectacular photograph (often of the female form); taking a photo at just the right moment; (2) powerful photograph; intense photograph



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Mandarin wáng dǎo / wang2 dao3
Taiwan wang tao
Chinese Wang Dao (276-339), powerful official of Jin dynasty and brother of general Wang Dun 王敦, regent of Jin from 325


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Mandarin wáng dūn / wang2 dun1
Taiwan wang tun
Chinese Wang Dun (266-324), powerful general of Jin dynasty and brother of civil official Wang Dao 王導|王导, subsequently rebellious warlord 322-324


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Japanese toshi / とし Japanese (adj-ku) (1) (archaism) sharp; (2) (archaism) intense; strong; powerful; (3) (archaism) quick; rapid; fast; (4) (archaism) keen; sharp; clever


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Mandarin shèng dà / sheng4 da4
Taiwan sheng ta
Japanese seidai / sedai / せいだい
Chinese grand; majestic; magnificent; Shanda Entertainment (PRC computer game company)
Japanese (noun or adjectival noun) (1) grand; magnificent; lavish; large scale; prosperous; thriving; lively; (2) forceful; powerful; vigorous; (given name) Seidai


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Japanese shouja;jousha;shousha;seisha;seija / shoja;josha;shosha;sesha;seja / しょうじゃ;じょうしゃ;しょうしゃ;せいしゃ;せいじゃ Japanese prosperous person; powerful person


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Mandarin shén rén / shen2 ren2
Taiwan shen jen
Japanese shinjin;jinin / しんじん;じにん    kaminchu / かみんちゅ
Chinese God; deity
Japanese (1) (しんじん only) gods and men; (2) (しんじん only) godlike person; person as powerful as a god; person as refined as a god; (3) (archaism) low-ranking Shinto priest; (rkb:) shrine maiden; (surname) Kamihito
Gods, or spirits, and men; gods and men


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Mandarin tū jué / tu1 jue2
Taiwan t`u chüeh / tu chüeh
Japanese tokketsu / とっけつ
Chinese Turkic ethnic group
Japanese Gokturks; Sky Turks; Tujue; (powerful Turkic confederation from medieval Inner Asia)


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Japanese seikyou / sekyo / せいきょう Japanese (noun or adjectival noun) powerful; (personal name) Seigou


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Japanese toshi / とし Japanese (adj-ku) (1) (archaism) sharp; (2) (archaism) intense; strong; powerful; (3) (archaism) quick; rapid; fast; (4) (archaism) keen; sharp; clever


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Mandarin bèi jǐng / bei4 jing3
Taiwan pei ching
Japanese haikei / haike / はいけい
Chinese background; backdrop; context; (fig.) powerful backer; CL:種|种[zhong3]
Japanese (1) background; scenery; backdrop; setting; circumstance; context; (2) backing; support (from behind the scenes)


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Mandarin néng rén / neng2 ren2
Taiwan neng jen
Japanese yoshito / よしと
Chinese capable person; Homo habilis, extinct species of upright East African hominid
Japanese (personal name) Yoshito
An able man, i.e. Buddha as the all-powerful man able to transform the world; able person


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Japanese hizamoto / ひざもと Japanese (1) near one's knee; (2) under the protection of (e.g. one's parents); under the care of; (3) territory of a powerful person


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Japanese hizamoto / ひざもと Japanese (1) near one's knee; (2) under the protection of (e.g. one's parents); under the care of; (3) territory of a powerful person


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Mandarin fēn liè / fen1 lie4
Taiwan fen lieh
Japanese funretsu
powerful fragrance; powerful fragrance


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Mandarin huāng shén / huang1 shen2
Taiwan huang shen
Japanese koujin / kojin / こうじん    aragami / あらがみ
Japanese god of a cooking stove; powerful deity (sometimes impetuous); miraculous spirit; (place-name, surname) Koujin; (given name) Arajin; (surname) Aragami
wild deity


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Japanese gouka / goka / ごうか Japanese wealthy and powerful family


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Mandarin háo fù / hao2 fu4
Taiwan hao fu
Japanese gōfu
Chinese rich and powerful; rich and influential person; big shot
the wealthy


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Mandarin háo fàng / hao2 fang4
Taiwan hao fang
Japanese gouhou / goho / ごうほう
Chinese bold and unconstrained; powerful and free
Japanese (noun or adjectival noun) largehearted; frank; unaffected


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Mandarin háo zú / hao2 zu2
Taiwan hao tsu
Japanese gouzoku / gozoku / ごうぞく
Japanese powerful family (clan)
powerful family; powerful family



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Mandarin háo mén / hao2 men2
Taiwan hao men
Chinese rich and powerful (families); aristocratic; big shots



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Mandarin zhào gāo / zhao4 gao1
Taiwan chao kao
Japanese choukou / choko / ちょうこう
Chinese Zhao Gao (?-207 BC), one of the most vile, corrupt and powerful eunuchs in Chinese history, responsible for the fall of Qin Dynasty
Japanese (personal name) Choukou


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Mandarin nà jiā / na4 jia1
Taiwan na chia
Japanese naka / なか
Japanese (female given name) Naka
nāga. Snake, dragon, elephant. It is tr. by 龍 dragon and by 象 elephant. (1) As dragon it represents the chief of the scaly reptiles; it can disappear or be manifest, increase or decrease, lengthen or shrink; in spring it mounts in the sky and in winter enters the earth. The dragon is of many kinds. Dragons are regarded as beneficent, bringing the rains and guarding the heavens (again Draco); they control rivers and lakes, and hibernate in the deep. nāga and mahānāga are titles of a Buddha, (also of those freed from reincarnation) because of his powers, or because like the dragon he soars above earthly desires and ties. One of his former reincarnations was a powerful poisonous dragon which, out of pity, permitted itself to be skinned alive and its flesh eaten by worms. (2) A race of serpent-worshippers; (Skt. nāga)



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Mandarin nà zhā / na4 zha1
Taiwan na cha
Japanese Nata
Naṭa, said to be the eldest son of Vaiśravaṇa, and represented with three faces, eight arms, a powerful demon-king.



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Mandarin shì jiā / shi4 jia1
Taiwan shih chia
Japanese shaka / しゃか
Chinese Sakya (name of a north Indian tribe); abbr. for 釋迦牟尼|释迦牟尼 Sakyamuni Buddha; sugar apple
Japanese (personal name) Shaka
(釋迦婆) Śakra.; Śākya. the clan or family of the Buddha, said to be derived from śāka, vegetables, but intp. in Chinese as powerful, strong, and explained by 能 powerful, also erroneously by 仁charitable, which belongs rather to association with Śākyamuni. The clan, which is said to have wandered hither from the delta of the Indus, occupied a district of a few thousand square miles lying on the slopes of the Nepalese hills and on the plains to the south. Its capital was Kapilavastu. At the time of Buddha the clan was under the suzerainty of Kośala, an adjoining kingdom Later Buddhists, in order to surpass Brahmans, invented a fabulous line of five kings of the Vivartakalpa headed by Mahāsammata 大三末多; these were followed by five cakravartī, the first being Mūrdhaja 頂生王; after these came nineteen kings, the first being Cetiya 捨帝, the last Mahādeva 大天; these were succeeded by dynasties of 5,000, 7,000, 8,000, 9,000, 10,000, 15,000 kings; after which long Gautama opens a line of 1,100 kings, the last, Ikṣvāku, reigning at Potala. With Ikṣvāku the Śākyas are said to have begun. His four sons reigned at Kapilavastu. 'Śākyamuni was one of his descendants in the seventh generation.' Later, after the destruction of Kapilavastu by Virūḍhaka, four survivors of the family founded the kingdoms of Udyana, Bamyam, Himatala, and Sāmbī. Eitel.


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Japanese toshi / とし Japanese (adj-ku) (1) (archaism) sharp; (2) (archaism) intense; strong; powerful; (3) (archaism) quick; rapid; fast; (4) (archaism) keen; sharp; clever



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Mandarin mén fá / men2 fa2
Taiwan men fa
Japanese monbatsu / もんばつ
Chinese rich and powerful family
Japanese lineage; pedigree; good family


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Mandarin xióng jiàn / xiong2 jian4
Taiwan hsiung chien
Japanese taketsuyo / たけつよ
Chinese vigorous; robust; powerful
Japanese (personal name) Taketsuyo


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Japanese yuukei / yuke / ゆうけい Japanese (noun or adjectival noun) vigorous; powerful; (personal name) Taketsuyo; (personal name) Takatsuyo



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Mandarin xióng fēng / xiong2 feng1
Taiwan hsiung feng
Japanese yuufuu / yufu / ゆうふう
Chinese lit. powerful wind; awe-inspiring
Japanese strong breeze; (given name) Yuufuu


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Mandarin bà zhǔ / ba4 zhu3
Taiwan pa chu
Chinese a powerful chief of the princes of the Spring and Autumn Period (770-476 BC); overlord; hegemon


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Mandarin guǐ shén / gui3 shen2
Taiwan kuei shen
Japanese kishin(p);kijin(p);onigami / きしん(P);きじん(P);おにがみ
Chinese supernatural beings
Japanese (noun - becomes adjective with の) fierce god; (surname) Onikami
Ghosts and spirits, a general term which includes the spirits of the dead, together with demons and the eight classes of spirits, such as devas, etc. 鬼 is intp. as 威 causing fear, 神 as 能 potent, powerful.



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Mandarin wèi guó / wei4 guo2
Taiwan wei kuo
Chinese Wei State (407-225 BC), one of the Seven Hero States of the Warring States 戰國七雄|战国七雄; Wei State or Cao Wei 曹魏 (220-265), the most powerful of the Three Kingdoms

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


This page contains 100 results for "powerful" 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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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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