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Characters Pronunciation
Romanization
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Mandarin gāng / gang1
Taiwan kang
Japanese hagane / はがね    tsuyoshi / つよし    kou / ko / こう
Chinese steel
Japanese steel; (surname, female given name) Hagane; (personal name) Tsuyoshi; (given name) Kou

鋼材

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Mandarin gāng cái / gang1 cai2
Taiwan kang ts`ai / kang tsai
Japanese kouzai / kozai / こうざい
Chinese steel (as raw material); steel sheets, bars, tubes, ingots, wire etc
Japanese steel material

鋼板

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Mandarin gāng bǎn / gang1 ban3
Taiwan kang pan
Japanese kouban / koban / こうばん    kouhan / kohan / こうはん
Chinese steel plate
Japanese steel sheet; steel plate; steel plates

鋼管

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Mandarin gāng guǎn / gang1 guan3
Taiwan kang kuan
Japanese koukan / kokan / こうかん
Chinese steel pipe; pole (in pole dancing)
Japanese steel pipe; (place-name) Koukan

鋼製

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Mandarin gāng zhì / gang1 zhi4
Taiwan kang chih
Japanese kousei / kose / こうせい
Chinese made of steel; steel (bar, screw, product etc)
Japanese (noun - becomes adjective with の) made of steel

不銹鋼


不锈钢

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Mandarin bù xiù gāng / bu4 xiu4 gang1
Taiwan pu hsiu kang
Japanese fushuukou / fushuko / ふしゅうこう
Chinese stainless steel
Japanese stainless steel

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Mandarin cuì / cui4
Taiwan ts`ui / tsui
Chinese to temper (as steel)


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Mandarin zhá // gá // yà / zha2 // ga2 // ya4
Taiwan cha // ka // ya
Chinese to roll (steel); to crush; to knock sb down with a vehicle; to crush together (in a crowd); to make friends; to check (accounts); surname Ya

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Mandarin kūn / kun1
Taiwan k`un / kun
Chinese steel sword

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Mandarin lòu / lou4
Taiwan lou
Chinese to engrave; to carve; hard steel

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Mandarin bīn / bin1
Taiwan pin
Chinese fine steel

丸鋼

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Japanese marukou / maruko / まるこう Japanese round steel bar

冷剛

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Japanese reigou / rego / れいごう Japanese chilling (steel)

刃金

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Japanese hagane / はがね Japanese steel; (surname) Hagane

切火

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Japanese kiribi / きりび Japanese (1) striking sparks with flint and steel or by rubbing sticks together (usu. to start a fire); fire lit by sparks from flint and steel, etc.; (2) (Shinto) Shinto fire-purification ceremony

寶鋼


宝钢

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Mandarin bǎo gāng / bao3 gang1
Taiwan pao kang
Chinese Baosteel, China's largest steel maker

廢鋼


废钢

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Mandarin fèi gāng / fei4 gang1
Taiwan fei kang
Chinese scrap metal; steel scrap

忍心

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Mandarin rěn xīn / ren3 xin1
Taiwan jen hsin
Chinese to have the heart to do something; to steel oneself to a task

揚枝

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Japanese ageeda / あげえだ Japanese (irregular kanji usage) toothpick; skewer for eating moist wagashi (steel, bamboo, etc.); (surname) Ageeda

棒鋼

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Japanese boukou / boko / ぼうこう Japanese steel rod

楊子

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Japanese youzu / yozu / ようず    youko / yoko / ようこ Japanese toothpick; skewer for eating moist wagashi (steel, bamboo, etc.); (place-name) Youzu; (female given name) Youko

楊枝


杨枝

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Mandarin yáng zhī / yang2 zhi1
Taiwan yang chih
Japanese youji / yoji / ようじ
Japanese toothpick; skewer for eating moist wagashi (steel, bamboo, etc.); (place-name, surname) Youji
Willow branches, or twigs, used as dantakāṣṭha, i.e. for cleansing the teeth by chewing or rubbing; willow twigs

槽鋼

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Mandarin cáo gāng / cao2 gang1
Taiwan ts`ao kang / tsao kang
Chinese steel groove; V-shaped steel bar

橫心

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Mandarin héng xīn / heng2 xin1
Taiwan heng hsin
Chinese to steel oneself; to harden one's heart

煉る

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Japanese neru / ねる Japanese (transitive verb) (1) to knead; to thicken into a paste (stirring over a flame); (2) to polish (a plan, etc.); to refine; to elaborate; to work out; (3) to train; to drill; to exercise; (4) to tan (leather); (5) to temper (steel); (v5r,vi) (6) to walk in procession; to parade; to march

燧鉄

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Japanese hiuchigane / ひうちがね Japanese striker (triangular piece of steel used with flint to create sparks)

玉鋼

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Japanese tamahagane / たまはがね Japanese steel made from iron sand or black sand (used in sword blades)

甲鈑

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Japanese kouban / koban / こうばん    kouhan / kohan / こうはん Japanese steel sheet; steel plate; steel plates

白鋼

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Mandarin bái gāng / bai2 gang1
Taiwan pai kang
Chinese steel

盪す

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Japanese torokasu / とろかす Japanese (transitive verb) (1) to melt (steel, etc.); to liquefy; to soften; (2) to melt (one's heart); to disarm

硬漢

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Mandarin yìng hàn / ying4 han4
Taiwan ying han
Chinese man of steel; unyielding, tough guy

磨練

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Mandarin mó liàn / mo2 lian4
Taiwan mo lien
Chinese to temper oneself; to steel oneself; self-discipline; endurance

粗鋼

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Japanese sokou / soko / そこう Japanese crude steel

練る

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Japanese neru / ねる Japanese (transitive verb) (1) to knead; to thicken into a paste (stirring over a flame); (2) to polish (a plan, etc.); to refine; to elaborate; to work out; (3) to train; to drill; to exercise; (4) to gloss (silk); to soften; to degum; (5) to tan (leather); (6) to temper (steel); (v5r,vi) (7) to walk in procession; to parade; to march

胆気

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Japanese tanki / たんき Japanese courage; guts; nerves of steel

蕩す

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Japanese torokasu / とろかす    tarasu / たらす Japanese (transitive verb) (1) to melt (steel, etc.); to liquefy; to soften; (2) to melt (one's heart); to disarm; (transitive verb) to cajole; to deceive; to seduce

藍鉄

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Japanese aitetsu / あいてつ Japanese dark steel blue

製鋼

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Japanese seikou / seko / せいこう Japanese (noun/participle) steel manufacture

軋機

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Mandarin zhá jī / zha2 ji1
Taiwan cha chi
Chinese steel rolling mill

軋製

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Mandarin zhá zhì / zha2 zhi4
Taiwan cha chih
Chinese rolling steel

軋鋼

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Mandarin zhá gāng / zha2 gang1
Taiwan cha kang
Chinese to roll steel (into sheets or bars)

軟鋼

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Japanese nankou / nanko / なんこう Japanese mild steel

鉄傘

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Japanese tessan / てっさん Japanese steel or iron dome

鉄兜

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Japanese tetto / てっと Japanese steel helmet; (personal name) Tetto

鉄塔

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Japanese tettou / tetto / てっとう Japanese pylon; steel tower

鉄窓

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Japanese tessou / tesso / てっそう Japanese iron or steel-grilled (prison) window; jail; gaol

鉄筆

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Japanese teppitsu / てっぴつ Japanese stylus; steel pen; stencil pen

鉄線

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Japanese tessen / てっせん Japanese (1) iron (steel) wire; (2) Chinese clematis; Clematis florida; leather flower

鉄船

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Japanese tessen / てっせん Japanese steel ship; ironclad

鉄鋼

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Japanese tekkou / tekko / てっこう Japanese iron and steel

鉄骨

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Japanese tekkotsu / てっこつ Japanese steel frame; steel beam; steel girder

銀目

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Japanese ginme / ぎんめ Japanese (1) Edo-period unit of silver coinage; (2) steel-blue eyes (e.g. of a cat); (3) (kana only) (abbreviation) silver eye (species of beardfish, Polymixia japonica)

銀眼

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Japanese ginme / ぎんめ Japanese (1) steel-blue eyes (e.g. of a cat); (2) (kana only) (abbreviation) silver eye (species of beardfish, Polymixia japonica)

鋒鋼

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Mandarin fēng gāng / feng1 gang1
Taiwan feng kang
Chinese high speed steel

鋳鋼

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Japanese chuukou / chuko / ちゅうこう Japanese cast steel

鋼刀

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Mandarin gāng dāo / gang1 dao1
Taiwan kang tao
Chinese steel knife; sword

鋼坯

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Mandarin gāng pī / gang1 pi1
Taiwan kang p`i / kang pi
Chinese billet (steel industry)

鋼枠

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Japanese kouwaku / kowaku / こうわく Japanese steel formwork; steel sets

鋼條

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Mandarin gāng tiáo / gang1 tiao2
Taiwan kang t`iao / kang tiao
Chinese steel bar

鋼珠

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Mandarin gāng zhū / gang1 zhu1
Taiwan kang chu
Chinese steel ball; bearing ball

鋼筋

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Mandarin gāng jīn / gang1 jin1
Taiwan kang chin
Chinese steel reinforcing bar

鋼索

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Japanese kousaku / kosaku / こうさく Japanese cable; steel wire rope; (surname) Kousaku

鋼絲

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Mandarin gāng sī / gang1 si1
Taiwan kang ssu
Chinese steel wire; tightrope

鋼線

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Japanese kousen / kosen / こうせん Japanese steel wire

鋼纜

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Mandarin gāng lǎn / gang1 lan3
Taiwan kang lan
Chinese steel cable; wire cable; steel hawser

鋼色

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Japanese haganeiro / haganero / はがねいろ Japanese (noun - becomes adjective with の) steel blue

鋼花

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Mandarin gāng huā / gang1 hua1
Taiwan kang hua
Chinese the fiery spray of molten steel

鋼軌

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Mandarin gāng guǐ / gang1 gui3
Taiwan kang kuei
Chinese steel rail

鋼鉄

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Japanese koutetsu / kotetsu / こうてつ Japanese steel; (surname) Hagane

鋼鐱

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Mandarin gāng qiān / gang1 qian1
Taiwan kang ch`ien / kang chien
Chinese a steel drill

鋼鐵

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Mandarin gāng tiě / gang1 tie3
Taiwan kang t`ieh / kang tieh
Chinese steel

錬鋼

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Japanese renkou / renko / れんこう Japanese wrought steel

鍛鉄

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Japanese tantetsu / たんてつ Japanese tempering iron; forging steel; wrought iron

鍛鋼

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Japanese tankou / tanko / たんこう Japanese forged steel

鎂棒

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Mandarin měi bàng / mei3 bang4
Taiwan mei pang
Chinese ferrocerium rod; fire steel

鐵杖

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Mandarin tiě zhàng / tie3 zhang4
Taiwan t`ieh chang / tieh chang
Chinese steel staff; stell stick

鐵棒

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Mandarin tiě bàng / tie3 bang4
Taiwan t`ieh pang / tieh pang
Chinese iron club; steel rod

鐵馬

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Mandarin tiě mǎ / tie3 ma3
Taiwan t`ieh ma / tieh ma
Japanese tetsuma / てつま
Chinese armored horse; cavalry; metal chimes hanging from eaves; steel barricade; (Tw) bike
Japanese (personal name) Tetsuma

鑚火

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Japanese kiribi / きりび Japanese (1) striking sparks with flint and steel or by rubbing sticks together (usu. to start a fire); fire lit by sparks from flint and steel, etc.; (2) (Shinto) Shinto fire-purification ceremony

鑽火


钻火

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Mandarin zuàn huǒ / zuan4 huo3
Taiwan tsuan huo
Japanese sanka / きりび
Japanese (1) striking sparks with flint and steel or by rubbing sticks together (usu. to start a fire); fire lit by sparks from flint and steel, etc.; (2) (Shinto) Shinto fire-purification ceremony
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

S造

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Japanese esuzou / esuzo / エスぞう Japanese (See 鉄骨造) steel construction

ハイス

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Japanese haisu / ハイス Japanese (abbreviation) high-speed steel; (personal name) Heiss

不錆鋼

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Japanese fuseikou / fuseko / ふせいこう Japanese stainless steel

不鏽鋼


不锈钢

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Mandarin bù xiù gāng / bu4 xiu4 gang1
Taiwan pu hsiu kang
Chinese stainless steel

切り火

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Japanese kiribi / きりび Japanese (1) striking sparks with flint and steel or by rubbing sticks together (usu. to start a fire); fire lit by sparks from flint and steel, etc.; (2) (Shinto) Shinto fire-purification ceremony

協力鋼

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Japanese kyouryokukou / kyoryokuko / きょうりょくこう Japanese high-tension steel

卡內基


卡内基

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Mandarin kǎ nèi jī / ka3 nei4 ji1
Taiwan k`a nei chi / ka nei chi
Chinese Carnegie (name); Andrew Carnegie (1835-1919), Scots American steel millionaire and philanthropist

圧延鋼

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Japanese atsuenkou / atsuenko / あつえんこう Japanese rolled steel

快削鋼

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Japanese kaisakukou / kaisakuko / かいさくこう Japanese free-cutting steel

殺人刀

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Japanese satsujintou / satsujinto / さつじんとう Japanese (killing) sword; blade; steel

溝形鋼

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Japanese mizogatakou / mizogatako / みぞがたこう Japanese channel (type of section steel)

滲炭鋼

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Japanese shintankou / shintanko / しんたんこう Japanese cement steel

火打金

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Japanese hiuchigane / ひうちがね Japanese striker (triangular piece of steel used with flint to create sparks)

炭素鋼

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Japanese tansokou / tansoko / たんそこう Japanese carbon steel

煉鋼廠

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Mandarin liàn gāng chǎng / lian4 gang1 chang3
Taiwan lien kang ch`ang / lien kang chang
Chinese steel mill

特殊鋼

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Japanese tokushukou / tokushuko / とくしゅこう Japanese special steel

珪素鋼

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Japanese keisokou / kesoko / けいそこう Japanese silicon steel

百煉鋼

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Mandarin bǎi liàn gāng / bai3 lian4 gang1
Taiwan pai lien kang
Chinese high-grade well-tempered steel

盪かす

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Japanese torokasu / とろかす Japanese (transitive verb) (1) to melt (steel, etc.); to liquefy; to soften; (2) to melt (one's heart); to disarm

耐熱鋼

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Japanese tainetsukou / tainetsuko / たいねつこう Japanese heat-resistant steel

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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.
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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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