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Characters Pronunciation
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Mandarin xiū xíng / xiu1 xing2
Taiwan hsiu hsing
Japanese shugyou(p);sugyou(ok) / shugyo(p);sugyo(ok) / しゅぎょう(P);すぎょう(ok)
 Vertical Wall Scroll
Chinese to practice Buddhism or Daoism
Japanese (noun/participle) (1) {Buddh} ascetic practices; (2) training; practice; discipline; study; (personal name) Nobuyuki; (personal name) Naomichi; (surname) Shugyou; (surname) Shuugyou; (personal name) Shigeo
caryā, conduct; to observe and do; to end one's ways; to cultivate oneself in right practice; be religious, or pious; to carry out or perform



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Mandarin xiū yǎng / xiu1 yang3
Taiwan hsiu yang
Japanese shuuyou / shuyo / しゅうよう
Chinese accomplishment; training; self-cultivation
Japanese (noun/participle) self-improvement; (mental) training; self-discipline; cultivation
cultivating moral character



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Mandarin shī fàn / shi1 fan4
Taiwan shih fan
Japanese shihan / しはん
Chinese teacher-training; pedagogical; normal (school, e.g. Beijing Normal University)
Japanese (noun or adjectival noun) instructor; (fencing) teacher; model


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Mandarin tuī shǒu / tui1 shou3
Taiwan t`ui shou / tui shou
 Vertical Wall Scroll
Chinese promoter; advocate; driving force; pushing hands (two-person training routine esp. in t'ai chi)


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Mandarin jiào yù / jiao4 yu4
Taiwan chiao yü
Japanese kyouiku / kyoiku / きょういく
 Vertical Wall Scroll
Chinese to educate; to teach; education
Japanese (noun/participle) (1) education; schooling; training; instruction; teaching; upbringing; (2) culture; cultivation; education



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Mandarin liàn gōng / lian4 gong1
Taiwan lien kung
Japanese renkou / renko / れんこう
Chinese to practice work skill
Japanese {MA} skills acquired through hard training; feats of practice



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Mandarin xùn liàn / xun4 lian4
Taiwan hsün lien
Japanese kunren / くんれん
Chinese to train; to drill; training; CL:個|个[ge4]
Japanese (noun/participle) practice; practising; training



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Mandarin dào chǎng / dao4 chang3
Taiwan tao ch`ang / tao chang
Japanese doujou / dojo / どうじょう
Chinese Taoist or Buddhist rite; abbr. for 菩提道場|菩提道场[Pu2 ti2 dao4 chang3]
Japanese (1) dojo (hall used for martial arts training); (2) (abbreviation) {Buddh} (See 菩提道場) manda (place of Buddhist practice or meditation, esp. the place under the bodhi tree where Buddha attained enlightenment); (surname) Michiba; (place-name, surname) Douba; (place-name, surname) Doujou; (surname) Touba
Truth-plot. bodhimaṇḍala, circle, or place of enlightenment. The place where Buddha attained enlightenment. A place, or method, for attaining to Buddha-truth. An object of or place for religious offerings. A place for teaching, learning, or practising religion; site of enlightenment


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Japanese renma / れんま
 Vertical Wall Scroll
Japanese (noun/participle) training; practice; practising; cultivation


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Mandarin tāi jiào / tai1 jiao4
Taiwan t`ai chiao / tai chiao
Japanese taikyou / taikyo / たいきょう
Chinese prenatal education; antenatal training; prenatal influences
Japanese prenatal care; antenatal training



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Mandarin zhí yè jiào yù / zhi2 ye4 jiao4 yu4
Taiwan chih yeh chiao yü
Japanese shokugyoukyouiku / shokugyokyoiku / しょくぎょうきょういく
Chinese vocational training
Japanese professional education; vocational training

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Mandarin/ la4
Taiwan la
Japanese rou / ro / ろう
Chinese old variant of 臘|腊[la4]; 12th lunar month
Japanese (1) {Buddh} year in the Buddhist order (after the completion of the first meditation retreat); (2) becoming more experienced with age; social status based on this experience
The end of a Buddhist year; a Buddhist year; v. 臘; a year in training in the Buddhist order

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Japanese shitsuke / しつけ Japanese (noun - becomes adjective with の) (kana only) (See 仕付け・しつけ・3) discipline; training; teaching manners


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Japanese bibu / ビブ Japanese (1) (See 涎掛け・よだれかけ) bib (e.g. for infants); (2) {sports} (See ビブス) training bib; team vest; (personal name) Vyv


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Japanese sangaku / さんがく Japanese {Buddh} (See 八正道) threefold training; three divisions of the noble eightfold path


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Japanese randori / らんどり Japanese (irregular okurigana usage) (martial arts term) randori (freestyle judo training)


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Japanese randori / らんどり Japanese (irregular okurigana usage) (martial arts term) randori (freestyle judo training)


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Japanese shikomi / しこみ Japanese (irregular okurigana usage) (n,n-suf) (1) training; education; upbringing; (2) stocking up; laying in; (3) preparation (e.g. ingredients); (4) girl studying to become a geisha; (place-name) Shikomi


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Japanese denshuu / denshu / でんしゅう Japanese (noun/participle) undergoing training; learning



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Mandarin xiū yè / xiu1 ye4
Taiwan hsiu yeh
Japanese shuugyou(p);shugyou / shugyo(p);shugyo / しゅうぎょう(P);しゅぎょう
Chinese to study at school
Japanese (noun/participle) pursuit of knowledge; studying; learning; training; completing a course; (surname) Shiyugyou
practice; cultivation



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Mandarin xiū liàn / xiu1 lian4
Taiwan hsiu lien
Japanese shuuren / shuren / しゅうれん
Chinese (of Taoists) to practice austerities; to practice asceticism
Japanese (noun/participle) training; drill; practice; practising; discipline



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Mandarin xiū liàn / xiu1 lian4
Taiwan hsiu lien
Japanese shuuren / shuren / しゅうれん
Chinese to practice (an activity); to perform
Japanese (noun/participle) training; drill; practice; practising; discipline


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Mandarin xiū shēn / xiu1 shen1
Taiwan hsiu shen
Japanese shuushin / shushin / しゅうしん
Chinese to cultivate one's moral character; (fashion) slim-fit; body-hugging
Japanese morals; ethics; moral training; (personal name) Masami; (given name) Shuushin; (surname, female given name) Osami


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Japanese shuuren / shuren / しゅうれん Japanese (noun/participle) training; drill; practice; practising; discipline


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Mandarin xiū liàn / xiu1 lian4
Taiwan hsiu lien
Japanese shuren


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Japanese nyuusho / nyusho / にゅうしょ Japanese (noun/participle) (1) admission (e.g. to a training institution, research establishment, social welfare facility, etc.); entrance; (2) imprisonment; internment; confinement



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Mandarin rù mén / ru4 men2
Taiwan ju men
Japanese nyuumon / nyumon / にゅうもん
Chinese entrance door; to enter a door; introduction (to a subject)
Japanese (noun/participle) (1) entering an institution; beginning training; (noun - becomes adjective with の) (2) primer; manual; introduction (to); (surname) Irima; (surname) Irikado
gate of entry


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Mandarin gōng dǐ / gong1 di3
Taiwan kung ti
Chinese training in the basic skills; knowledge of the fundamentals



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Mandarin huà dǎo / hua4 dao3
Taiwan hua tao
Japanese kadou;kedou / kado;kedo / かどう;けどう
Japanese (noun/participle) influencing (a person) for good
To instruct and guide; training


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Mandarin kuāng zhèng / kuang1 zheng4
Taiwan k`uang cheng / kuang cheng
Japanese kyousei / kyose / きょうせい
Chinese to correct; to amend; to redress (evils)
Japanese (noun/participle) (See 矯正・きょうせい) correction (of error, mistake, etc.); reform; training; (personal name) Tadamasa


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Japanese juugyuu / jugyu / じゅうぎゅう Japanese {Buddh} Ten Bulls (ten stages of the herding of an ox, used as an analogy for training the mind on the path to enlightenment)



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Mandarin shòu xùn / shou4 xun4
Taiwan shou hsün
Chinese to receive training


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Japanese gasshuku / がっしゅく Japanese (noun/participle) lodging together; training camp; boarding house


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Mandarin péi zhí / pei2 zhi2
Taiwan p`ei chih / pei chih
Chinese to cultivate; to train; cultivation; training



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Mandarin péi xùn / pei2 xun4
Taiwan p`ei hsün / pei hsün
Chinese to cultivate; to train; to groom; training


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Japanese seifu / sefu / せいふ    shoufu / shofu / しょうふ Japanese (1) (See 視符) verbal command (in dog training); (2) (See 形声文字・けいせいもじ) sound part of a semasio-phonetic kanji; (See 声点) tone mark; mark placed in one of the four corners of a hanzi to show the tone in Chinese


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Japanese daigaku / だいがく Japanese (1) post-secondary education institution, incl. university, college, etc.; (2) (abbreviation) former central university of Kyoto (established under the ritsuryo system for the training of government administrators); (3) the Great Learning (one of the Four Books); (p,s,g) Daigaku



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Mandarin dà xué / da4 xue2
Taiwan ta hsüeh
Japanese daigaku / だいがく
Chinese university; college; CL:所[suo3]; the Great Learning, one of the Four Books 四書|四书[Si4 shu1] in Confucianism
Japanese (out-dated kanji) (1) post-secondary education institution, incl. university, college, etc.; (2) (abbreviation) former central university of Kyoto (established under the ritsuryo system for the training of government administrators); (3) the Great Learning (one of the Four Books); (surname) Daigaku



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Mandarin dà zhuān / da4 zhuan1
Taiwan ta chuan
Chinese three-year college; junior college; professional training college



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Mandarin xué shì / xue2 shi4
Taiwan hsüeh shih
Japanese gakuji
a topic of training; a topic of training



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Mandarin xué wèi / xue2 wei4
Taiwan hsüeh wei
Japanese gakui
Chinese academic degree; place in school
stage of training; stage of training



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Mandarin xué zhě / xue2 zhe3
Taiwan hsüeh che
Japanese gakusha
Chinese scholar
śaikṣa; one still under instruction, who has not yet reached to the arhat position; a student; person in training



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Mandarin xué chù / xue2 chu4
Taiwan hsüeh ch`u / hsüeh chu
Japanese gakusho



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Mandarin xué dào / xue2 dao4
Taiwan hsüeh tao
Japanese gakudō
the path of training; the path of training



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Mandarin dìng xué / ding4 xue2
Taiwan ting hsüeh
Japanese jōgaku
Learning through meditation, one of the three forms of learning 三學; training through meditation


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Japanese jisshuu / jisshu / じっしゅう Japanese (noun/participle) practice (in the field); training (esp. practical and hands-on); practical exercise; drill


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Mandarin kè sēng / ke4 seng1
Taiwan k`o seng / ko seng
Japanese kyakusou / kyakuso / きゃくそう
Japanese priest traveling as part of his training (travelling)
itinerant monk



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Mandarin zhuān kē / zhuan1 ke1
Taiwan chuan k`o / chuan ko
Chinese specialized subject; branch (of medicine); specialized training school


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Japanese chiisawarawa / chisawarawa / ちいさわらわ    shoudou / shodo / しょうどう    kowarawa / こわらわ    kowarabe / こわらべ    kowappa / こわっぱ    kojoku / こじょく Japanese (archaism) small child (esp. a servant child in the Heian-period imperial palace); (archaism) young person; young servant; (out-dated or obsolete kana usage) (kana only) (derogatory term) boy; child; youth; brat; (kana only) (derogatory term) boy; child; youth; brat; (1) (archaism) girl-in-training (e.g. a geisha-in-training or a girl who performs miscellaneous tasks in a brothel); (2) (archaism) (derogatory term) brat; scamp; rascal; jackanapes; (3) (archaism) disciple; apprentice; (place-name) Hichi; (surname) Hiji; (given name) Kodou


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Japanese makiwara / まきわら Japanese straw post for training sword strikes, karate punches and arrow hits



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Mandarin shī dà / shi1 da4
Taiwan shih ta
Chinese abbr. for 師範大學|师范大学[shi1 fan4 da4 xue2], normal university; teacher-training college


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Japanese zagaku / ざがく Japanese (noun/participle) classroom learning (as contrasted to practical training); classroom lecture


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Japanese niwazume / にわづめ Japanese {Buddh} waiting in front of a temple to be accepted for training (in Zen Buddhism)



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Mandarin xīn xué / xin1 xue2
Taiwan hsin hsüeh
Japanese shingaku
Chinese School of Mind; Neo-Confucian Idealistic School (from Song to mid-Qing times, c. 1000-1750, typified by the teachings of Wang Yangming 王陽明|王阳明[Wang2 Yang2 ming2])
mental training; mental training



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Mandarin huì xué / hui4 xue2
Taiwan hui hsüeh
Japanese egaku
The study of wisdom, e.g. the Abhidharma; training through wisdom



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Mandarin jiè xué / jie4 xue2
Taiwan chieh hsüeh
Japanese kaigaku
The study of the rules or discipline; one of the three departments 三學, the other two being meditation and philosophy; training through precepts


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Japanese shigoki / しごき Japanese (1) hazing; gruelling training; (2) waistband; woman's undergirdle



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Mandarin cāo liàn / cao1 lian4
Taiwan ts`ao lien / tsao lien
Japanese souren / soren / そうれん
Chinese drill; practice
Japanese (noun/participle) drill (esp. military); training


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Japanese souren / soren / そうれん Japanese (noun/participle) drill (esp. military); training


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Mandarin shōu yīn / shou1 yin1
Taiwan shou yin
Chinese to receive a radio signal; to make an audio recording; (of an auditorium etc) to have good acoustics; (vocal training, linguistics) ending (of a word or syllable)



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Mandarin jiào xí / jiao4 xi2
Taiwan chiao hsi
Japanese kyoushuu / kyoshu / きょうしゅう
Japanese (noun/participle) training; instruction
teaching and cultivation


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Japanese seishi / seshi / せいし Japanese (noun/participle) training (branches in horticulture)



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Mandarin wǎn cān / wan3 can1
Taiwan wan ts`an / wan tsan
Japanese bansan
The evening service.; evening assembly; evening training



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Mandarin yǒu xué / you3 xue2
Taiwan yu hsüeh
Japanese ugaku
śaikṣa; in Hīnayāna those in the first three stages of training as arhats, the fourth and last stage being 無學 those beyond the need of further teaching or study. There are eighteen grades of śaikṣa; actively involved in applied practices


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Japanese asaren / あされん Japanese morning training (e.g. before school)


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Japanese gakusho;gakuso / がくしょ;がくそ Japanese (1) (See 雅楽・ががく) gagaku training place (Heian era); (2) place for playing instruments



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Mandarin hán yǎng / han2 yang3
Taiwan han yang
Japanese kanyou / kanyo / かんよう
Chinese to conserve (e.g. water); self-restraint; self-possession
Japanese (noun/participle) (1) cultivation (esp. character, virtue, moral sentiment); fostering; training; (2) penetration (e.g. surface water into an aquifer)


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Mandarin yǎn wǔ / yan3 wu3
Taiwan yen wu
Japanese enbu / えんぶ
Chinese arms drill; to practice martial arts
Japanese (1) martial arts demonstration; (2) martial arts training


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Japanese tokushou / tokusho / とくしょう Japanese (slang) (abbreviation) (See 特別少年院) advanced juvenile training school; special reformatory; juvenile hall for grave offenders


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Japanese tokkun / とっくん Japanese (noun/participle) special training; intensive training; crash course



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Mandarin shòu shù / shou4 shu4
Taiwan shou shu
Chinese animal training; skill with animals; shoushu - "Animal skill" or "Beast-fist" - Martial Art (esp. fictional)


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Japanese hakutei / hakute / はくてい    hakuchou / hakucho / はくちょう Japanese (1) (archaism) young man of conscription age who has not yet undergone military training; (2) (archaism) man with no title and no rank (under the ritsuryo system); commoner; (3) (archaism) servant dressed in a white uniform who carries objects for his master


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Japanese hakuchou / hakucho / はくちょう    shirahari / しらはり Japanese (1) (archaism) young man of conscription age who has not yet undergone military training; (2) (archaism) man with no title and no rank (under the ritsuryo system); commoner; (3) (archaism) servant dressed in a white uniform who carries objects for his master; (1) (archaism) starched white uniform worn by menservants of government officials; (2) something pasted with plain white paper (e.g. umbrella, lantern)


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Japanese chiiku / chiku / ちいく Japanese intellectual training


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Japanese kenshuu / kenshu / けんしゅう Japanese (noun/participle) training (esp. in-service); induction course; (surname) Kenshou; (surname) Kenshuu



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Mandarin sī xí / si1 xi2
Taiwan ssu hsi
Japanese shishū
self-training; self-training


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Mandarin jī gǔ / ji1 gu3
Taiwan chi ku
Japanese keiko / keko / けいこ
Chinese to learn from the ancients; to study the classic texts
Japanese (noun/participle) practice; practising; training; study; (place-name) Keiko



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Mandarin jīng liàn / jing1 lian4
Taiwan ching lien
Japanese seiren / seren / せいれん
Chinese to refine (a substance); to purify; to refine (one's skills, writing etc); refined; polished; succinct; skilled; capable
Japanese (noun/participle) (1) refining; refinement; smelting; (2) training



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Mandarin jīng liàn / jing1 lian4
Taiwan ching lien
Japanese seiren / seren / せいれん
Chinese (textiles) to scour; to degum (silk); variant of 精煉|精炼[jing1 lian4]
Japanese (noun/participle) (1) scouring; degumming; (2) training; (3) (incorrect kanji for 精錬, 製錬) (See 精錬・1) refining; refinement; smelting


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Japanese seiren / seren / せいれん Japanese (noun/participle) (1) refining; refinement; smelting; (2) training; (place-name) Seiren



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Mandarin sù yǎng / su4 yang3
Taiwan su yang
Japanese soyou / soyo / そよう
Chinese (personal) accomplishment; attainment in self-cultivation
Japanese grounding (in a skill or subject); knowledge; training; achievements; attainments; accomplishments



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Mandarin jié xùn / jie2 xun4
Taiwan chieh hsün
Chinese to complete the training course (Tw)



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Mandarin liàn bīng / lian4 bing1
Taiwan lien ping
Japanese renpei / renpe / れんぺい
Chinese to drill troops; army training
Japanese military drill; (given name) Renpei


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Japanese rensei / rense / れんせい Japanese (noun/participle) training; drilling; (personal name) Rensei



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Mandarin liàn mó / lian4 mo2
Taiwan lien mo
Japanese renma / れんま
Japanese (noun/participle) training; practice; practising; cultivation
To drill and grind, three bodhisattava conditions for maintaining progress: the fixing of attention on those who have attained enlightenment; the examination of one's purpose; and the realization of the power at work in others; v. 三退屈.



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Mandarin liàn xíng / lian4 xing2
Taiwan lien hsing
Japanese rengyō
Religious training or discipline.



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Mandarin bà cān / ba4 can1
Taiwan pa ts`an / pa tsan
Japanese hisan
To dismiss the assembly; to finish one's training


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Japanese biiku / biku / びいく Japanese training in aesthetics; aesthetic education; cultural study; (female given name) Miku


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Japanese narau / ならう Japanese (transitive verb) to take lessons in; to be taught; to learn (from a teacher); to study (under a teacher); to get training in


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Japanese shuuren / shuren / しゅうれん Japanese (noun/participle) practice; practising; training; discipline


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Japanese ikusei / ikuse / いくせい Japanese (noun/participle) rearing; training; nurture; cultivation; promotion; (place-name) Ikusei


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Japanese ikusei / ikuse / いくせい Japanese (noun/participle) rearing; training; nurture; cultivation; promotion; (female given name) Ikuyo; (female given name) Ikumi; (place-name) Ikusei; (female given name) Ikuo


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Japanese kagema / かげま Japanese (1) (archaism) homosexual prostitute who sold favors at banquets, etc. (late Edo); (2) (archaism) actor-in-training in kabuki; (surname) Kagema


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Japanese kuntou / kunto / くんとう Japanese (noun/participle) education; training; discipline



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Mandarin xūn táo / xun1 tao2
Taiwan hsün t`ao / hsün tao
Chinese to seep in; to influence; to nurture; influence; training


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Japanese shifu / しふ Japanese (See 声符・せいふ・1) hand signal; visual signal (in dog training)


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Japanese kunren / くんれん Japanese (irregular kanji usage) (noun/participle) practice; practising; training


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Japanese shouka / shoka / しょうか Japanese {Buddh} enlightenment attained through training



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Mandarin tiáo jiào / tiao2 jiao4
Taiwan t`iao chiao / tiao chiao
Japanese choukyou / chokyo / ちょうきょう
Chinese to instruct; to teach; to train; to raise (livestock)
Japanese (noun/participle) training (animals); breaking (animals)



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Mandarin tiáo liàn / tiao2 lian4
Taiwan t`iao lien / tiao lien
Japanese chouren / choren / ちょうれん
Japanese (noun/participle) military drill; training
to tame

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


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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

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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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