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Characters Pronunciation
Romanization
Simple Dictionary Definition

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Mandarin/ yu4
Taiwan
Japanese gyoku / ぎょく
Chinese jade
Japanese (1) (also formerly read as ごく) precious stone (esp. jade); (2) {food} egg (sometimes esp. as a sushi topping); (3) stock or security being traded; product being bought or sold; (4) (See 建玉) position (in finance, the amount of a security either owned or owed by an investor or dealer); (5) geisha; (6) (abbreviation) (See 玉代) time charge for a geisha; (7) (abbreviation) {shogi} (See 玉将) king (of the junior player); (female given name) Hikaru; (surname) Tamazaki; (surname) Tamasaki; (female given name) Tama; (surname) Giyoku; (surname) Oku
Jade, a gem; jade-like, precious; you, your.

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Mandarin bái / bai2
Taiwan pai
Japanese haku / はく    shiro / しろ    shira / しら
Chinese white; snowy; pure; bright; empty; blank; plain; clear; to make clear; in vain; gratuitous; free of charge; reactionary; anti-communist; funeral; to stare coldly; to write wrong character; to state; to explain; vernacular; spoken lines in opera; surname Bai
Japanese (1) white; (2) (See 鯔・ぼら・1) striped mullet fry (Mugil cephalus); (3) (See せりふ) speech; one's lines; (4) (abbreviation) (archaism) (See 白人) white person; Caucasian; (n-pref,n-suf,n) (5) (abbreviation) (obscure) (See ベルギー) Belgium; (1) (See 黒・1) white; (2) innocence; innocent person; (3) blank space; (4) white go stone; (5) {mahj} (also read はく) white dragon tile; (6) {food} skewered grilled pig intestine; (prefix) (1) white; (2) unseasoned; undyed; unaltered; (3) very much; precisely; (4) (See しらばくれる) playing dumb; (noun or adjectival noun) (5) unfeigned; honest; diligent; (female given name) Yuki; (female given name) Mashiro; (surname) Peku; (surname) Beku; (surname) Pai; (surname) Bai; (surname, female given name) Haku; (surname) Tsukumo; (surname) Shiroyanagi; (surname) Shirotsuru; (given name) Shiroshi; (surname) Shirayanagi; (surname) Shirayagi; (surname) Shirahama; (surname) Shirazaki; (surname) Shirasaki; (personal name) Shirai; (personal name) Shira
White, pure, clear; make clear, inform.

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Mandarin shí / shi2
Taiwan shih
Japanese ishi / いし
Chinese rock; stone; stone inscription; one of the eight ancient musical instruments 八音[ba1 yin1]; dry measure for grain equal to ten dou 斗; ten pecks; one hundred liters; surname Shi
Japanese (1) stone; (2) gem; jewel; (surname) Tsuruishi; (surname) Soku; (surname) Seki; (surname) Shi; (place-name) Koku; (surname) Kazu; (given name) Inseki; (surname) Iso; (personal name) Ishibuku; (personal name) Ishifuku; (surname) Ishihama; (personal name) Ishizue; (personal name) Ishisue; (surname) Ishizaki; (surname) Ishisaki; (personal name) Ishiodori; (surname) Ishi; (given name) Atsushi; (personal name) Akira
Stone, rock.

宝石

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Japanese houseki / hoseki / ほうせき
Japanese (noun - becomes adjective with の) gem; jewel; precious stone; (female given name) Tiara; (surname) Takaraishi; (female given name) Jueru; (female given name) Jueri

寶石


宝石

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Mandarin bǎo shí / bao3 shi2
Taiwan pao shih
Chinese precious stone; gem; CL:枚[mei2],顆|颗[ke1]
Japanese See: 宝石

行旅

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Mandarin xíng lǚ / xing2 lu:3
Taiwan hsing lü
Japanese kouryo / koryo / こうりょ
Chinese traveler; wanderer; vagabond; rolling stone
Japanese (noun/participle) (1) traveling; travelling; (2) traveler; traveller

ルース

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Japanese ruusu / rusu / ルース
Japanese (See 裸石) loose stone; unset jewel; (given name) Ruth; Rooth

失敗は成功の元

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Japanese shippaihaseikounomoto / shippaihasekonomoto / しっぱいはせいこうのもと
Japanese (expression) (idiom) failure teaches success; failure is a stepping-stone to success

失敗は成功のもと

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Japanese shippaihaseikounomoto / shippaihasekonomoto / しっぱいはせいこうのもと Japanese (expression) (idiom) failure teaches success; failure is a stepping-stone to success

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Mandarin/ he2
Taiwan ho
Japanese kaku / かく
Chinese pit; stone; nucleus; nuclear; to examine; to check; to verify
Japanese (noun - becomes adjective with の) (1) pit (of a fruit); stone; (2) core; (n,n-pref) (3) nucleus; nuclear; (4) (See 核兵器) nuclear weaponry; (surname) Sane
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

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Mandarin yàn / yan4
Taiwan yen
Japanese suzuri / すずり
Chinese ink-stone
Japanese inkstone; (surname) Suzuri

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Mandarin bēi / bei1
Taiwan pei
Japanese ishibumi / いしぶみ
Chinese a monument; an upright stone tablet; stele; CL:塊|块[kuai4],面[mian4]
Japanese stone monument bearing an inscription (esp. memorial for future generations); stele; stela; (surname) Ishibumi
A stone tablet, or monument.

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Mandarin qìng / qing4
Taiwan ch`ing / ching
Japanese kei / ke / けい    kin / きん
Chinese chime stones, ancient percussion instrument made of stone or jade pieces hung in a row and struck as a xylophone
Japanese sounding stone; qing; ancient Chinese chime shaped like a chevron (inverted 'v'), orig. of stone, today often metal, in Japan primarily used at Buddhist temples; inverted copper or iron bell shaped like a bowl (sounded when reciting sutras); (given name) Kei; (m,f) Kaoru; (given name) Iwao
A piece of flat stone or metal, used as a gong, or for musical percussion; stone chime


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Mandarin/ li4
Taiwan li
Japanese tsubute / つぶて
Chinese gravel; small stone
Japanese stone thrown at somebody; throwing stones; pebble; (place-name) Tsubute
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

基石

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Mandarin jī shí / ji1 shi2
Taiwan chi shih
Japanese kiseki / きせき
Chinese cornerstone
Japanese cornerstone; foundation stone; (surname) Motoishi

沙石

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Mandarin shā shí / sha1 shi2
Taiwan sha shih
Japanese shaseki / しゃせき    saseki / させき
Chinese sand and stones
Japanese sand and stone; pebble

玉石

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Mandarin yù shí / yu4 shi2
Taiwan yü shih
Japanese tamaishi / たまいし    gyokuseki / ぎょくせき
Chinese precious stones; jade and stone
Japanese pebble; round stone; boulder; gems and stones; wheat and chaff; wheat and tares; good and bad; (surname) Tamaishi

石像

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Mandarin shí xiàng / shi2 xiang4
Taiwan shih hsiang
Japanese sekizou / sekizo / せきぞう
Chinese stone statue
Japanese stone statue

石刻

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Mandarin shí kè / shi2 ke4
Taiwan shih k`o / shih ko
Japanese sekkoku / せっこく
Chinese stone inscription; carved stone
Japanese stone carving or engraving

石器

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Mandarin shí qì / shi2 qi4
Taiwan shih ch`i / shih chi
Japanese sekki / せっき
Chinese stone tool; stone implement
Japanese stone implement (e.g. stone age arrowheads); stone tool

石塊

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Mandarin shí kuài / shi2 kuai4
Taiwan shih k`uai / shih kuai
Japanese sekkai / せっかい    ishikoro / いしころ    ishikure / いしくれ
Chinese stone; rock
Japanese stone; rock; pebble

石柱

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Mandarin shí zhù / shi2 zhu4
Taiwan shih chu
Japanese sekichuu / sekichu / せきちゅう
Chinese stela; upright stone; obelisk; Shizhu Tujia autonomous county, Chongqing
Japanese stone pillar

石碑

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Mandarin shí bēi / shi2 bei1
Taiwan shih pei
Japanese sekihi / せきひ
Chinese stele; stone tablet (for inscription); CL:方[fang1]
Japanese stone monument
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

砂石

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Mandarin shā shí / sha1 shi2
Taiwan sha shih
Japanese sazaraishi / さざらいし
Chinese sandstone; sand and stone; aggregate
Japanese sand and stone; pebble; (surname) Sazaraishi

硯石

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Mandarin yàn shí / yan4 shi2
Taiwan yen shih
Japanese suzuriishi / suzurishi / すずりいし
Chinese ink stone; ink slab
Japanese (1) (See 硯) inkstone; (2) stone used to make an inkstone; (place-name, surname) Suzuriishi

碑石

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Mandarin bēi shí / bei1 shi2
Taiwan pei shih
Japanese hiseki / ひせき
Chinese stele; vertical stone tablet for carved inscriptions
Japanese stone monument
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

金石

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Mandarin jīn shí / jin1 shi2
Taiwan chin shih
Japanese kinseki / きんせき
Chinese metal and stone; fig. hard objects; inscription on metal or bronze
Japanese (1) minerals and rocks; metal and stone utensils; (2) epigraph; (personal name) Kinseki; (surname) Kaneishi; (place-name, surname) Kanaiwa; (surname) Kanaishi
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

青石

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Mandarin qīng shí / qing1 shi2
Taiwan ch`ing shih / ching shih
Japanese aoishi / あおいし
Chinese bluestone; limestone (colloquial)
Japanese (1) bluish stone; greenish stone; (2) (See 凝灰岩) blue-tinged tuff; (given name) Seiseki; (place-name, surname) Aoishi

採石場


采石场

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Mandarin cǎi shí chǎng / cai3 shi2 chang3
Taiwan ts`ai shih ch`ang / tsai shih chang
Japanese saisekijou / saisekijo / さいせきじょう
Chinese stone pit; quarry
Japanese quarry; stone pit; (place-name) Saisekijou

石敢當

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Mandarin shí gǎn dāng / shi2 gan3 dang1
Taiwan shih kan tang
Japanese sekkantou / sekkanto / せっかんとう    ishigandou / ishigando / いしがんどう    ishigantou / ishiganto / いしがんとう
Chinese stone tablet erected to ward off evil spirits
Japanese shigandang; stone tablet placed at a three-way street intersection (or dead end) to ward off evil spirits

腎結石

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Mandarin shèn jié shí / shen4 jie2 shi2
Taiwan shen chieh shih
Japanese jinkesseki / じんけっせき
Chinese kidney stone
Japanese kidney stone; kidney stones; renal calculus

一石二鳥


一石二鸟

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Mandarin yī shí èr niǎo / yi1 shi2 er4 niao3
Taiwan i shih erh niao
Japanese issekinichou / issekinicho / いっせきにちょう
Chinese to kill two birds with one stone (idiom)
Japanese (expression) (yoji) killing two birds with one stone

石器時代

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Mandarin shí qì shí dài / shi2 qi4 shi2 dai4
Taiwan shih ch`i shih tai / shih chi shih tai
Japanese sekkijidai / せっきじだい
Chinese Stone Age
Japanese Stone Age

磨製石器

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Mandarin mó zhì shí qì / mo2 zhi4 shi2 qi4
Taiwan mo chih shih ch`i / mo chih shih chi
Japanese maseisekki / masesekki / ませいせっき
Chinese a polished stone (neolithic) implement
Japanese ground stone tool; polished stone tool

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Mandarin/ ti2
Taiwan t`i / ti
Chinese old stone or mineral, possibly related to antimony Sb 銻|锑[ti1]

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Mandarin/ ji1
Taiwan chi
Japanese motoi / もとい    ki / き
Chinese base; foundation; basic; radical (chemistry); (slang) gay
Japanese (1) (archaism) basis; foundation; (2) cause; (1) {chem} (See 官能基) group; (2) (See 遊離基) (free) radical; (counter) (3) counter for installed or mounted objects (e.g. stone lanterns, gravestones, satellites); (personal name) Motoji; (male given name) Motoshi; (given name) Motoki; (personal name) Motoe; (surname, female given name) Motoi; (given name) Moto; (given name) Mingi; (given name) Minki; (given name) Hajime; (personal name) Hajimu; (given name) Gi; (surname, given name) Ki; (person) Kuiji (632-682); (given name) Osamu
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

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Mandarin/ zi4
Taiwan tzu
Chinese to strike; to run against; to throw, as a stone

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Japanese koma / こま Japanese (n,n-pref) (1) Korea (esp. the Goguryeo kingdom or the Goryeo dynasty); (2) (stone) guardian lion-dogs at Shinto shrine; (surname, female given name) Koma

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Mandarin/ yu2
Taiwan
Chinese semiprecious stone; a kind of jade

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Mandarin wén // mín / wen2 // min2
Taiwan wen // min
Chinese veins in jade; jade-like stone

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Mandarin xuán / xuan2
Taiwan hsüan
Chinese jadelike precious stone; jade-colored

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Mandarin/ ke1
Taiwan k`o / ko
Japanese ka
Chinese jade-like stone
White jade shell; translit. k, khr.

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Mandarin mín / min2
Taiwan min
Chinese alabaster, jade-like stone

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Mandarin láng / lang2
Taiwan lang
Japanese roukan / rokan / ろうかん
Chinese jade-like stone; clean and white; tinkling of pendants
Japanese (given name) Roukan

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Mandarin liú / liu2
Taiwan liu
Japanese run / るん    rui / るい    ryuu / ryu / りゅう    kohaku / こはく
Chinese precious stone
Japanese (female given name) Run; (m,f) Rui; (surname, female given name) Ryuu; (female given name) Kohaku

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Mandarin chēn / chen1
Taiwan ch`en / chen
Chinese precious stone; gem

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Mandarin/ qi2
Taiwan ch`i / chi
Chinese curio; valuable stone

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Mandarin méi / mei2
Taiwan mei
Chinese (stone which resembles jade)

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Mandarin/ yu2
Taiwan
Japanese yuu / yu / ゆー
Chinese excellence; luster of gems
Japanese (personal name) Yu-
Lustre of gems; a beautiful stone; excellences, virtues; translit. yu, yoyo; glimmer of a gem


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Mandarin yáo / yao2
Taiwan yao
Japanese you / yo / よう
Chinese jade; precious stone; mother-of-pearl; nacre; precious; used a complementary honorific; Yao ethnic group of southwest China and southeast Asia; surname Yao
Japanese (female given name) You
Jasper (green), green crystal.

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Mandarin guī / gui1
Taiwan kuei
Chinese (semi-precious stone); extraordinary

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Mandarin/ yi1
Taiwan i
Chinese a black stone like jade; jet

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Mandarin cōng / cong1
Taiwan ts`ung / tsung
Chinese stone similar to jade

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Mandarin zhāng / zhang1
Taiwan chang
Japanese tamaki / たまき    shou / sho / しょう    akira / あきら
Chinese ancient stone ornament
Japanese (female given name) Tamaki; (surname, given name) Shou; (surname, given name) Akira

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Mandarin qióng // jué / qiong2 // jue2
Taiwan ch`iung // chüeh / chiung // chüeh
Chinese (red stone); half-circle jade ring

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Mandarin jìn / jin4
Taiwan chin
Chinese jade-like stone

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Mandarin/ zi3
Taiwan tzu
Chinese (a kind of stone)

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Mandarin jiāng / jiang1
Taiwan chiang
Japanese ishibashi / いしばし
Chinese stone bridge
Japanese (surname) Ishibashi

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Mandarin dān / dan1
Taiwan tan
Chinese white stone

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Mandarin jué / jue2
Taiwan chüeh
Chinese stone; rock

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Mandarin tuó / tuo2
Taiwan t`o / to
Chinese steelyard weight; stone roller; to polish jade with an emery wheel

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Mandarin zhēn / zhen1
Taiwan chen
Japanese kinuta / きぬた
Chinese anvil
Japanese wooden or stone block for beating cloth; (place-name) Kinuta

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Mandarin fú // fèi / fu2 // fei4
Taiwan fu // fei
Chinese name of a stone; dam up water with rocks

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Mandarin biān / bian1
Taiwan pien
Chinese ancient stone acupuncture needle; to criticize; to pierce

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Mandarin qìng / qing4
Taiwan ch`ing / ching
Chinese (stone)

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Mandarin lù // liù / lu4 // liu4
Taiwan lu // liu
Japanese roku / ろく
Chinese laborious; small stone; to record; to tape; to write down; to hire; to employ; see 碌碡[liu4 zhou5]
Japanese (ateji / phonetic) (noun or adjectival noun) (kana only) satisfactory; decent; good; worthy

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Mandarin ruǎn / ruan3
Taiwan juan
Chinese jade-like stone

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Mandarin zhóu / zhou2
Taiwan chou
Chinese stone roller (for threshing grain, leveling ground etc); Taiwan pr. [du2]

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Mandarin jié / jie2
Taiwan chieh
Chinese stone tablet

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Mandarin duàn / duan4
Taiwan tuan
Chinese coarse stone (used for whetstone)

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Mandarin dàng / dang4
Taiwan tang
Chinese stone with color veins

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Mandarin niǎn / nian3
Taiwan nien
Chinese stone roller; roller and millstone; to grind; to crush; to husk

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Mandarin sǎng / sang3
Taiwan sang
Chinese stone plinth

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Mandarin dèng / deng4
Taiwan teng
Japanese ishibashi / いしばし
Chinese cliff-ledge; stone step
Japanese (surname) Ishibashi

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Mandarin diàn / dian4
Taiwan tien
Chinese stone wedge

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Mandarin dūn / dun1
Taiwan tun
Chinese stone block

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Mandarin chǔ / chu3
Taiwan ch`u / chu
Japanese ishizue / いしずえ
Chinese foundation; base
Japanese foundation stone; cornerstone; (female given name) Motoe; (given name) Motoi; (personal name) Hajime; (surname) So; (surname) Ishidzue; (surname) Ishizue

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Mandarin què // hú / que4 // hu2
Taiwan ch`üeh // hu / chüeh // hu
Chinese (arch.) large stone; boulder; hard; (arch.) precious stone

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Mandarin jiāng / jiang1
Taiwan chiang
Chinese a small stone

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Mandarin pīn / pin1
Taiwan p`in / pin
Chinese sound of crushed stone

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Mandarin lèi / lei4
Taiwan lei
Chinese roll stone down hill; stone pile

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Mandarin shí / shi2
Taiwan shih
Chinese stone shrine

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Mandarin dūn / dun1
Taiwan tun
Japanese zon / つくばい
Chinese to crouch; to squat; to stay (somewhere)
Japanese stone wash basin found in Japanese gardens
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

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Mandarin gǔn / gun3
Taiwan kun
Chinese to revolve; stone roller


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Mandarin míng / ming2
Taiwan ming
Japanese mei / me / めい
Chinese to engrave; inscribed motto
Japanese (1) inscription; epitaph; (2) (manufacturer's) engraved signature; (3) (See 座右の銘・ざゆうのめい) motto; maxim; precept; (surname) Mei
To engrave, on metal, stone, or the tablets of the heart; to inscribe

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Mandarin qiú / qiu2
Taiwan ch`iu / chiu
Chinese single-headed pick; stone chisel

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Mandarin juān / juan1
Taiwan chüan
Chinese variant of 鐫|镌, to engrave (on wood or stone); to inscribe

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Mandarin juān / juan1
Taiwan chüan
Chinese to engrave (on wood or stone); to inscribe

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Mandarin hēi / hei1
Taiwan hei
Japanese kuro / くろ
Chinese Japanese variant of 黑
Japanese (1) (See 白・1) black; (2) black go stone; (3) guilt; guilty person; (surname) Kuroyanagi; (surname) Kuroyanaki; (surname) Kurohama; (personal name) Kurosumi; (surname) Kuro

ツケ

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Japanese tsuke / ツケ Japanese (1) bill; bill of sale; payment invoice; (2) tab (for later payment); credit; (3) (kana only) contact move (in go); direct attack to an enemy stone; (4) (kana only) sound effect produced by striking with clappers a wooden board in kabuki; (5) (archaism) letter; (6) (archaism) reason; motive; pretext; (7) (archaism) one's fortune; one's luck

一子

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Japanese isshi / いっし Japanese (1) a child; one child; (2) one of several children, especially the son and heir; (3) (See 一目・いちもく・2) one stone (in the game of go); (female given name) Motoko; (female given name) Hitoko; (female given name) Kadzuko; (female given name) Katsuko; (female given name) Kazune; (personal name) Kazushi; (female given name) Kazuko; (female given name) Itsuko; (female given name) Ichiko

一目

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Mandarin yī mù / yi1 mu4
Taiwan i mu
Japanese ichimoku / いちもく
Japanese (noun/participle) (1) look; glance; (2) stone (in the game of go); (surname) Ichimoku
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

丁石

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Japanese chouishi / choishi / ちょういし Japanese roadside stone distance indicators placed at intervals of one cho (approx. 109 meters)

中台

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Japanese chuudai / chudai / ちゅうだい    chuutai / chutai / ちゅうたい Japanese (1) (obscure) exact center of the Garbhadhatu mandala; (2) platform upon which the fire is lit in a stone lantern; China and Taiwan; (place-name, surname) Nakadai; (place-name) Chuudai; (place-name) Chuutai

五逆

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Mandarin wǔ nì / wu3 ni4
Taiwan wu ni
Japanese gogyaku
pañcānantarya; 五無間業 The five rebellious acts or deadly sins, parricide, matricide, killing an arhat, shedding the blood of a Buddha, destroying the harmony of the sangha, or fraternity. The above definition is common both to Hīnayāna and Mahāyāna. The lightest of these sins is the first; the heaviest the last. II. Another group is: (1) sacrilege, such as destroying temples, burning sutras, stealing a Buddha's or a monk's things, inducing others to do so, or taking pleasure therein; (2) slander, or abuse of the teaching of śrāvaka s, pratyekabuddhas, or bodhisattvas; (3) ill-treatment or killing of a monk; (4) any one of the five deadly sins given above; (5) denial of the karma consequences of ill deeds, acting or teaching others accordingly, and unceasing evil life. III. There are also five deadly sins, each of which is equal to each of the first set of five: (1) violation of a mother, or a fully ordained nun; (2) killing a bodhisattva in a sangha; (5) destroying a Buddha's stūpa. IV. The five unpardonable sin of Devadatta who (1) destroyed the harmony of the community; (2) injured Śākyamuni with a stone, shedding his blood; (3) induced the king to let loose a rutting elephant to trample down Śākyamuni; (4) killed a nun; (5) put poison on his finger-nails and saluted Śākyamuni intending to destroy him thereby; five heinous crimes

佛跡


佛迹

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Mandarin fú jī / fu2 ji1
Taiwan fu chi
Japanese busseki
佛迹 Buddha's relic; any trace of Buddha, e.g. the imprint of his foot in stone before he entered nirvana; footsteps of the Buddha

八音

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Mandarin bā yīn / ba1 yin1
Taiwan pa yin
Japanese hatton
Chinese music; (used in advertising instrumental tuition); (archaic) musical instruments made of eight different materials (metal 金, stone 石, clay 土, leather 革, silk 絲|丝, wood 木, gourd 匏, bamboo 竹)
The eight tones of a Buddha's voice―beautiful, flexible, harmonious, respect-producing, not effeminate (i.e. manly), unerring, deep and resonant; eight vocal attributes

円石

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Japanese enseki / えんせき Japanese round stone; pebble; boulder; cobblestone; cobble; (surname) En'ishi

切る

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Japanese kiru / きる Japanese (suf,v5r,vt) (1) to cut; to cut through; to perform (surgery); (2) (See 縁を切る) to sever (connections, ties); (3) to turn off (e.g. the light); (4) (See 電話を切る) to terminate (e.g. a conversation); to hang up (the phone); to disconnect; (5) to punch (a ticket); to tear off (a stub); (6) to open (something sealed); (7) to start; (8) to set (a limit); to do (something) in less or within a certain time; to issue (stamps, vouchers, etc.); (9) (See 値切る) to reduce; to decrease; to discount; (10) to shake off (water, etc.); to let drip-dry; to let drain; (11) to cross; to traverse; (12) to criticize sharply; (13) to act decisively; to do (something noticeable); to go first; to make (certain facial expressions, in kabuki); (14) to turn (a vehicle); (15) to curl (a ball); to bend; to cut; (16) to shuffle (cards); (17) to dismiss; to sack; to let go; to expulse; to excommunicate; (18) to dig (a groove); to cut (a stencil, on a mimeograph); (19) (See 切り札・1) to trump; (20) (in Go) to isolate (an opponent's stone); (21) (also written as 鑽る) to start a fire (with wood-wood friction or by striking a metal against stone); (22) to draw (a shape) in the air (with a sword, etc.); (suf,v5r) (23) (after the -masu stem of a verb) (See 疲れきる) to finish; to complete

切石

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Japanese kiriishi / kirishi / きりいし Japanese hewn stone; quarried stone; ashlar; flagstone; (place-name, surname) Kiriishi

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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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