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Characters Pronunciation
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Mandarin fū ren / fu1 ren5
Taiwan fu jen
Japanese fujin(p);bunin(ok);hashikashi(ok) / ふじん(P);ぶにん(ok);はしかし(ok)
 Vertical Wall Scroll
Chinese lady; madam; Mrs.; CL:位[wei4]
Japanese (1) (ふじん, はしかし only) (honorific or respectful language) wife; Mrs; madam; (2) (ふじん only) (archaism) wife of a nobleman (aristocrat, etc.); (3) (ふじん, ぶにん only) (archaism) consort of the emperor
A wife; the wife of a king, i. e. a queen, devi.


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Mandarin nǚ wáng / nu:3 wang2
Taiwan nü wang
Japanese joou / joo / じょおう
 Vertical Wall Scroll
Chinese queen
Japanese (noun - becomes adjective with の) queen; (personal name) Joou


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Mandarin wáng hòu / wang2 hou4
Taiwan wang hou
Japanese oukou / oko / おうこう
 Vertical Wall Scroll
Chinese queen; CL:個|个[ge4],位[wei4]
Japanese queen


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Mandarin huáng hòu / huang2 hou4
Taiwan huang hou
Japanese kougou / kogo / こうごう
 Vertical Wall Scroll
Chinese empress; imperial consort
Japanese (noun - becomes adjective with の) (Japanese) empress; queen; (surname) Kougou


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Mandarin fēng wáng / feng1 wang2
Taiwan feng wang
 Vertical Wall Scroll
Chinese queen bee


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Japanese jooubachi / joobachi / じょおうばち
 Vertical Wall Scroll
Japanese queen bee

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Mandarin hòu / hou4
Taiwan hou
Japanese go / ご    kisaki / きさき    kisai / きさい
Chinese empress; queen; surname Hou
Japanese (out-dated kanji) (suffix) after; (out-dated or obsolete kana usage) empress; queen; (female given name) Kisaki


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Mandarin xī wáng mǔ / xi1 wang2 mu3
Taiwan hsi wang mu
Japanese seioubo / seobo / せいおうぼ
Chinese Xi Wangmu, Queen Mother of the West, keeper of the peaches of immortality; popularly known as 王母娘娘
Japanese Queen Mother of the West (an ancient Chinese goddess)

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Mandarin fēi / fei1
Taiwan fei
Japanese hi / ひ
Chinese imperial concubine
Japanese princess; consort; (female given name) Hime; (given name) Hi; (surname, female given name) Kisaki; (female given name) Kikasa
An imperial concubine; as implying production, or giving birth, it is used by the esoteric cult for samaya and dhāraṇī; Queen or princess (Skt. rājñī)

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Mandarin sháo // biāo / shao2 // biao1
Taiwan shao // piao
Japanese shaku;shaku / しゃく;シャク
Chinese ladle; (star)
Japanese (1) (しゃく only) ladle; dipper; (2) (kana only) wild chervil (Anthriscus sylvestris); cow parsley; keck; Queen Anne's lace

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Mandarin huī / hui1
Taiwan hui
Chinese a queen's ceremonial gowns


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Mandarin hòu fēi / hou4 fei1
Taiwan hou fei
Japanese kouhi / kohi / こうひ
Chinese imperial wives and concubines
Japanese queen


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Japanese kouguu / kogu / こうぐう Japanese (1) empress's palace; queen's palace; (2) empress; queen



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Mandarin luō shì / luo1 shi4
Taiwan lo shih
Japanese rajasu
rājñī, a queen, a princess; (Skt. rājñī)


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Mandarin tiān hòu / tian1 hou4
Taiwan t`ien hou / tien hou
Japanese tenkou / tenko / てんこう
Chinese Tin Hau, Empress of Heaven, another name for the goddess Matsu 媽祖|妈祖[Ma1 zu3]; Tin Hau (Hong Kong area around the MTR station with same name)
Japanese queen of heaven
Queen of Heaven, v. 摩利支.


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Mandarin tài hòu / tai4 hou4
Taiwan t`ai hou / tai hou
Japanese taikou / taiko / たいこう
Chinese Empress Dowager
Japanese empress dowager; queen mother


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Mandarin nǚ huáng / nu:3 huang2
Taiwan nü huang
Japanese jokou / joko / じょこう
Chinese empress
Japanese (See 女帝) empress; queen


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Mandarin fēi hòu / fei1 hou4
Taiwan fei hou
Japanese hikō
the queen and maids of honor; the queen and maids of honor


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Mandarin niáng niang / niang2 niang5
Taiwan niang niang
Japanese nyannyan / ニャンニャン
Chinese queen; empress; imperial concubine; Goddess, esp. Xi Wangmu 王母娘娘 or 西王母, Queen Mother of the West; mother; aunt
Japanese Niangniang (chi:); Chinese goddess



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Mandarin zūn hào / zun1 hao4
Taiwan tsun hao
Japanese songō
Chinese honorific title; form of address reserved for a queen, ancestor, emperor etc
name of venerated


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Mandarin dòu lǎo / dou4 lao3
Taiwan tou lao
Japanese tomo
Dame of the Bushel; queen of heaven 天后 or Marīci, 摩利支.


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Mandarin míng fēi / ming2 fei1
Taiwan ming fei
Japanese myōhi
Another name for dhāraṇī as the queen of mystic knowledge and able to overcome all evil. Also the female consorts shown in the maṇḍalas; luminous queen


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Mandarin xiào huā / xiao4 hua1
Taiwan hsiao hua
Chinese the prettiest girl in the school (see also 校草[xiao4 cao3]); school beauty queen; campus belle; prom queen


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Japanese zuwaigani / ずわいがに Japanese (kana only) snow crab (Chionoecetes opilio); queen crab


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Japanese samazama / さまざま    samasama / さまさま Japanese (noun or adjectival noun) varied; various; (suffix) (1) our gracious (Queen); honorific that attaches to name of a person or thing that has bestowed grace or favour upon you; (2) agreeable condition


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Japanese samazama / さまざま    samasama / さまさま Japanese (noun or adjectival noun) varied; various; (suffix) (1) our gracious (Queen); honorific that attaches to name of a person or thing that has bestowed grace or favour upon you; (2) agreeable condition


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Mandarin mǔ zhǔ / mu3 zhu3
Taiwan mu chu
Japanese moshu
The 'mother-lord', or mother, as contrasted with 主 and 母, lord and mother, king and queen, in the maṇḍala of Vajradhātu and Garbhadhātu; Vairocana, being the source of all things, has no 'mnother'as progenitor, and is the 部主 or lord of the maṇḍala; the other four dhyāni-buddhas have 'mothers' called 部母, who are supposed to arise from the paramitas; thus, Akṣobhya has 金剛波羅蜜 for mother; Ratnasaṃbhava has 寳波羅蜜 for mother; Amitābha has 法波羅蜜 for mother; Amoghasiddhi has 羯磨波羅蜜 for mother.


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Mandarin mǔ fēng / mu3 feng1
Taiwan mu feng
Chinese queen bee


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Japanese hamadai;hamadai / はまだい;ハマダイ Japanese (kana only) queen snapper (Etelis coruscans); ruby snapper; flame snapper



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Mandarin zhǔn tí / zhun3 ti2
Taiwan chun t`i / chun ti
Japanese Juntei
Candī, or Cundi; also 准胝; 尊提. (1) In Brahmanic mythology a vindictive form of Durgā, or Pārvatī, wife of Śiva. (2) In China identified with Marīci 摩里支 or 天后 Queen of Heaven. She is represented with three eyes and eighteen arms; also as a form of Guanyin, or in Guanyin's retinue; Cundi*


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Mandarin wáng fēi / wang2 fei1
Taiwan wang fei
Japanese ouhi / ohi / おうひ
Chinese princess (in Europe)
Japanese queen; (female given name) Waki
(Skt. rājñī)


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Mandarin wáng mǔ / wang2 mu3
Taiwan wang mu
Japanese oubo / obo / おうぼ
Chinese (literary) paternal grandmother; another name for 西王母[Xi1 wang2 mu3], Queen Mother of the West
Japanese (honorific or respectful language) deceased grandmother


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Japanese kouhi / kohi / こうひ Japanese empress; queen


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Mandarin huā kuí / hua1 kui2
Taiwan hua k`uei / hua kuei
Japanese oiran / おいらん
Chinese the queen of flowers (refers esp. to plum blossom); (fig.) nickname for a famous beauty or courtesan
Japanese (archaism) (slang) courtesan; prostitute; oiran


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Mandarin fēng hòu / feng1 hou4
Taiwan feng hou
Chinese queen bee



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Mandarin xián shǒu / xian2 shou3
Taiwan hsien shou
Japanese genju / げんじゅ
Japanese (personal name) Genju
Sage head or loader, a term of address to a monk. A bodhisattva in the Huayan sūtra. A queen mentioned in the same sūtra, and in the 賢首經. The third patriarch 法藏Fazang, of the Huayan sect, which is also known by his title 賢首宗 Xianshou-zong.


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Japanese shaku / シャク Japanese (kana only) wild chervil (Anthriscus sylvestris); cow parsley; keck; Queen Anne's lace


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Japanese banaba / バナバ Japanese giant crape-myrtle (Lagerstroemia speciosa); Queen's crape-myrtle; banabá; Pride of India



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Mandarin kě hè dūn / ke3 he4 dun1
Taiwan k`o ho tun / ko ho tun
Japanese kagaton
khatun. A Turkish term for 'queen' or 'princess'.


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Japanese kisaki;kisai(后)(ok) / きさき;きさい(后)(ok) Japanese empress; queen


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Mandarin yè xiāng mù / ye4 xiang1 mu4
Taiwan yeh hsiang mu
Japanese yakouboku;yakouboku / yakoboku;yakoboku / やこうぼく;ヤコウボク
Chinese Cestrum nocturnum
Japanese (kana only) night jessamine (Cestrum nocturnum); night jasmine; lady of the night; queen of the night


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Mandarin dà chuáng fáng / da4 chuang2 fang2
Taiwan ta ch`uang fang / ta chuang fang
Chinese hotel room with one double (or queen or king) bed


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Japanese jooukoku / jookoku / じょおうこく Japanese queendom; country ruled by a queen


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Japanese joouari / jooari / じょおうあり Japanese queen ant


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Mandarin mó lì zhī / mo2 li4 zhi1
Taiwan mo li chih
Japanese marishi / まりし
Japanese {Buddh} Marici
(or 摩梨支, or 摩里支); 末利支 Marīci. Rays of light, the sun's rays, said to go before the sun; mirage; also intp. as a wreath. A goddess, independent and sovereign, protectress against all violence and peril. 'In Brahmanic mythology, the personification of light, offspring of Brahmā, parent of Sūrya.' 'Among Chinese Buddhists Maritchi is represented as a female with eight arms, two of which are holding aloft emblems of sun and moon, and worshipped as goddess of light and as the guardian of all nations, whom she protects from the fury of war. She is addressed as 天后 queen of heaven, or as 斗姥 lit. mother of the Southern measure (μλρστζ Sagittarī), and identified with Tchundi' and 'with Mahēśvarī, the wife of Maheśvara, and has therefore the attribute Mātrikā', mother of Buddhas. Eitel. Taoists address her as Queen of Heaven.


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Mandarin yuè tiān zi / yue4 tian1 zi
Taiwan yüeh t`ien tzu / yüeh tien tzu
Japanese gattenshi / がってんし
Japanese (1) {Buddh} (See 十二天) Chandra (Hindu moon god also revered as one of the twelve devas in Shingon Buddhism); (2) (archaism) moon
The male regent of the moon, named 寳吉祥, one of the metamorphoses of the Bodhisattva 勢至 Mahāsthāmaprāpta; the male regent has also his queen 月天妃.


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Japanese matsubagani / まつばがに Japanese (1) snow crab (Chionoecetes opilio); queen crab; (2) champagne crab (Hypothalassia armata)


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Mandarin fàn tiān hòu / fan4 tian1 hou4
Taiwan fan t`ien hou / fan tien hou
Japanese Bon Tengō
The queen, or wife of Brahmā; Brahmā's queen


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Mandarin wáng tài hòu / wang2 tai4 hou4
Taiwan wang t`ai hou / wang tai hou
Chinese Queen Dowager (in Europe); widowed queen; Queen mother


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Japanese koutaigou(p);koutaikou / kotaigo(p);kotaiko / こうたいごう(P);こうたいこう Japanese Queen Mother; Empress Dowager; (surname) Koutaigou


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Japanese murasakigoten;murasakigoten / むらさきごてん;ムラサキゴテン Japanese wandering jew (Tradescantia pallida 'Purpurea'); purple secretia; purple-heart; purple queen



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Mandarin lǎo fó yé / lao3 fo2 ye2
Taiwan lao fo yeh
Chinese title of respect for the queen mother or the emperor's father; nickname for Empress Dowager Cixi 慈禧太后[Ci2 xi3 tai4 hou4]


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Japanese aotsuzurafuji / あおつづらふじ Japanese queen coralbead (Cocculus orbiculatus)



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Mandarin yīng xīng yún / ying1 xing1 yun2
Taiwan ying hsing yün
Chinese Eagle or Star Queen Nebula M16


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Japanese kuroninjin;kuroninjin / くろにんじん;クロニンジン Japanese (kana only) wild carrot (Daucus carota); Queen Anne's lace


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Japanese akamachi / あかまち Japanese (rkb:) queen snapper (Etelis coruscans); ruby snapper; flame snapper


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Japanese zuwaigani / ずわいがに Japanese (kana only) snow crab (Chionoecetes opilio); queen crab


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Japanese akamachi / アカマチ Japanese (rkb:) queen snapper (Etelis coruscans); ruby snapper; flame snapper


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Japanese kuun / kun / クィーン Japanese queen


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Japanese kuiin / kuin / クイーン Japanese queen; (personal name) Queen


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Japanese zuwaigani / ズワイがに Japanese (kana only) snow crab (Chionoecetes opilio); queen crab


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Japanese hamadai / ハマダイ Japanese (kana only) queen snapper (Etelis coruscans); ruby snapper; flame snapper


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Mandarin bīng xuě huáng hòu / bing1 xue3 huang2 hou4
Taiwan ping hsüeh huang hou
Chinese Dairy Queen (brand)



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Mandarin shèng mán / sheng4 man2
Taiwan sheng man
Japanese Shōman Bunin
Mālyaśrī, daughter of Prasenajit, wife of the king of Kośala (Oudh), after whom the Śrīmālādevi-siṃhanāda 會 and 經 are named; Queen Śrīmālā


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Japanese jooubachi / joobachi / じょおうバチ Japanese queen bee


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Japanese joouheika / jooheka / じょおうへいか Japanese (expression) Her Majesty the Queen



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Mandarin nǚ huáng dà xué / nu:3 huang2 da4 xue2
Taiwan nü huang ta hsüeh
Chinese Queen's University (Belfast)



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Mandarin bàn zhuāng huáng hòu / ban4 zhuang1 huang2 hou4
Taiwan pan chuang huang hou
Chinese drag queen; female impersonator


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Mandarin mó yé fū rén / mo2 ye2 fu1 ren2
Taiwan mo yeh fu jen
Japanese mayabunin / まやぶにん
Japanese (personal name) Mayabunin
Queen Māyā; Queen Māyā


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Japanese gekkabijin / げっかびじん Japanese Dutchman's pipe cactus (Epiphyllum oxypetalum); night-blooming cereus; queen of the night; (female given name) Hani



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Mandarin mò lì shì luō / mo4 li4 shi4 luo1
Taiwan mo li shih lo
Japanese Marishira
Mālyaśrī, said to be a daughter of the last and queen in Ayodhyā, capital of Kośala.


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Japanese matsubagani / まつばガニ Japanese (1) snow crab (Chionoecetes opilio); queen crab; (2) champagne crab (Hypothalassia armata)


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Japanese oukouheika / okoheka / おうこうへいか Japanese Her Majesty the Queen


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Mandarin wáng mǔ niáng niáng / wang2 mu3 niang2 niang2
Taiwan wang mu niang niang
Chinese another name for Xi Wangmu 西王母, Queen Mother of the West



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Mandarin lǎo yīng xīng yún / lao3 ying1 xing1 yun2
Taiwan lao ying hsing yün
Chinese Eagle or Star Queen Nebula M16



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Mandarin biàn zhuāng huáng hòu / bian4 zhuang1 huang2 hou4
Taiwan pien chuang huang hou
Chinese drag queen



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Mandarin xuǎn měi huáng hòu / xuan3 mei3 huang2 hou4
Taiwan hsüan mei huang hou
Chinese beauty queen



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Mandarin yīng zhuàng xīng yún / ying1 zhuang4 xing1 yun2
Taiwan ying chuang hsing yün
Chinese Eagle or Star Queen Nebula M16


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Japanese zuwaigani / ズワイガニ Japanese (kana only) snow crab (Chionoecetes opilio); queen crab


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Japanese meekuin / メークイン Japanese May Queen (potato variety)


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Japanese yakouboku / yakoboku / ヤコウボク Japanese (kana only) night jessamine (Cestrum nocturnum); night jasmine; lady of the night; queen of the night


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Mandarin yù duō lì huáng hòu / yu4 duo1 li4 huang2 hou4
Taiwan yü to li huang hou
Chinese Queen Victoria (1819-1901), reigned 1837-1901


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Japanese joourashii / joorashi / じょおうらしい Japanese (adjective) queen-like



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Mandarin kǒng què míng wáng jīng / kong3 que4 ming2 wang2 jing1
Taiwan k`ung ch`üeh ming wang ching / kung chüeh ming wang ching
Japanese Kujaku myōō kyō
Sūtra of the Great Peahen, Queen of Mantras; Sūtra of the Great Peahen, Queen of Mantras



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Mandarin fēng bì xìng kāi jú / feng1 bi4 xing4 kai1 ju2
Taiwan feng pi hsing k`ai chü / feng pi hsing kai chü
Chinese Closed Game; Double Queen Pawn Opening (chess); same as 雙后前兵開局|双后前兵开局



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Mandarin yù yòng dà lǜ shī / yu4 yong4 da4 lu:4 shi1
Taiwan yü yung ta lü shih
Chinese Queen's Counsel


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Mandarin wēi shā luò qǐ duō / wei1 sha1 luo4 qi3 duo1
Taiwan wei sha lo ch`i to / wei sha lo chi to
Japanese Misharakita
Vibhārakṣita ? , a form of Tiṣyarakṣita, Aśoka's queen.


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Japanese samasama / さまさま Japanese (suffix) our gracious (e.g. Queen); honorific that attaches to name of a person or thing that has bestowed grace or favour upon you


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Japanese shakoukainohana / shakokainohana / しゃこうかいのはな Japanese (expression) belle of society; queen of high society


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Japanese kashiopeyaza / カシオペヤざ Japanese {astron} Cassiopeia (constellation); the Seated Queen


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Japanese kuroninjin / クロニンジン Japanese (kana only) wild carrot (Daucus carota); Queen Anne's lace


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Japanese nyuuhaafu / nyuhafu / ニューハーフ Japanese (1) transvestite (wasei: new half); drag queen; (2) transwoman; male-to-female transsexual


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Japanese meekuiin / meekuin / メークイーン Japanese May Queen (potato variety)


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Japanese mee kuin / メー・クイン Japanese May Queen (potato variety)



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Mandarin kè lì ào pèi tè lā / ke4 li4 ao4 pei4 te4 la1
Taiwan k`o li ao p`ei t`e la / ko li ao pei te la
Chinese Cleopatra (c. 70-30 BC), queen of Egypt



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Mandarin wéi duō lì yà nǚ wáng / wei2 duo1 li4 ya4 nu:3 wang2
Taiwan wei to li ya nü wang
Chinese Queen Victoria (reigned 1837-1901)


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Japanese akanojooukasetsu / akanojookasetsu / あかのじょおうかせつ Japanese {biol} Red Queen hypothesis (of evolutionary biology)



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Mandarin shuāng hòu qián bīng kāi jú / shuang1 hou4 qian2 bing1 kai1 ju2
Taiwan shuang hou ch`ien ping k`ai chü / shuang hou chien ping kai chü
Chinese Double Queen Pawn Opening; Closed Game (chess); same as 封閉性開局|封闭性开局


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Japanese kuiinsaizu / kuinsaizu / クイーンサイズ Japanese (can be adjective with の) queen size; large size


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Japanese doramakuiin / doramakuin / ドラマクイーン Japanese drama queen


This page contains 100 results for "queen" in Chinese and/or Japanese.

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