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Mandarin xīn / xin1
Taiwan hsin
Japanese shin / しん    kokoro / こころ
Chinese heart; mind; intention; center; core; CL:顆|颗[ke1],個|个[ge4]
Japanese (1) heart; mind; (n,suf) (2) (See 愛郷心) spirit; vitality; inner strength; (3) {astron} (See 二十八宿,蒼竜・そうりょう・3) Chinese "Heart" constellation (one of the 28 mansions); (4) (archaism) friend; (1) mind; heart; spirit; (2) the meaning of a phrase (riddle, etc.); (personal name) Moto; (female given name) Misato; (female given name) Manaka; (given name) Makoto; (female given name) Haato; (female given name) Nozomi; (female given name) Naka; (female given name) Tenshi; (female given name) Shinba; (personal name) Shinji; (surname, female given name) Shin; (female given name) Shizuka; (female given name) Kokko; (female given name) Kokoro; (female given name) Koko; (female given name) Kiyo; (female given name) Ai
hṛd, hṛdaya 汗栗太 (or 汗栗馱); 紀哩馱 the heart, mind, soul; citta 質多 the heart as the seat of thought or intelligence. In both senses the heart is likened to a lotus. There are various definitions, of which the following are six instances: (1) 肉團心 hṛd, the physical heart of sentient or nonsentient living beings, e. g. men, trees, etc. (2) 集起心 citta, the ālayavijñāna, or totality of mind, and the source of all mental activity. (3) 思量心 manas, the thinking and calculating mind; (4) 緣慮心; 了別心; 慮知心; citta; the discriminating mind; (5) 堅實心 the bhūtatathatā mind, or the permanent mind; (6) 積聚精要心 the mind essence of the sutras.

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Mandarin shēng / sheng1
Taiwan sheng
Japanese fu / ふ    nama / なま    sei;shou / se;sho / せい;しょう    ki / き    iku / いく
Chinese to be born; to give birth; life; to grow; raw; uncooked; student
Japanese (n,n-suf) (See 芝生) area of thick growth (of trees, grass, etc.); (adj-no,adj-na,n,n-pref) (1) raw; uncooked; fresh; (2) natural; as it is; unedited; unprocessed; (3) (colloquialism) unprotected (i.e. not wearing a condom); (4) live (i.e. not recorded); (5) inexperienced; unpolished; green; crude; (6) (abbreviation) (See 生意気) impudence; sauciness; (7) (abbreviation) (See 生ビール) unpasteurized beer; draft beer; draught beer; (prefix) (8) just a little; somehow; vaguely; partially; somewhat; half-; semi-; (9) irresponsibly; half-baked; (10) (archaism) cash; (11) (abbreviation) (See 生酔い) tipsiness; (1) life; living; (n,n-suf) (2) (せい only) (masculine speech) (humble language) I; me; myself; (n,pref) pure; undiluted; raw; crude; (prefix) (archaism) vital; virile; lively; (surname) Yanao; (given name) Yadoru; (female given name) Hayuru; (female given name) Hayu; (female given name) Naru; (surname, female given name) Sei; (given name) Susumu; (surname) Sakibu; (female given name) Ubumi; (female given name) Ubu; (female given name) Ibuki; (female given name) Izuru; (female given name) Ikuru; (surname) Ikusaki; (female given name) Iku; (female given name) Ari
jāti 惹多; life; utpāda means coming forth, birth, production; 生 means beget, bear, birth, rebirth, born, begin, produce, life, the living. One of the twelve nidānas, 十二因緣; birth takes place in four forms, catur yoni, v. 四生, in each case causing: a sentient being to enter one of the 六道 six gati, or paths of transmigration.

寶林


宝林

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Mandarin bǎo lín / bao3 lin2
Taiwan pao lin
Japanese Hōrin
Chinese Po Lam (area in Hong Kong)
The groves, or avenues of precious trees (in the Pure Land). The monastery of Huineng, sixth patriarch of the Chan sect, in 韶州典江縣 Dianjiang Xian, Shaozhou, Guangdong, cf. 慧 15. The 寶林傳 and supplement contain the teachings of this school.

猿も木から落ちる

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Japanese sarumokikaraochiru / さるもきからおちる
Japanese (expression) (proverb) even monkeys fall from trees; anyone can make a mistake; pride comes before a fall; even Homer sometimes nods

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Mandarin zhū / zhu1
Taiwan chu
Japanese shu / しゅ    kabuta / かぶた    kabu / かぶ
Chinese tree trunk; stump (tree root); a plant; classifier for trees or plants; to involve others (in shady business)
Japanese (1) stump; (suf,ctr) (2) counter for trees; (1) (archaism) (See 株・かぶ・2) stump; (2) (archaism) useless item; (n,ctr) (1) stock; share; (2) (orig. meaning) stump; (n,ctr) (3) root; rootstock; (4) strain (of bacteria, etc.); (n,n-suf) (5) tradeable rank; goodwill; (6) (See お株) one's forte; (personal name) Miki; (surname) Kabu
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

樹木

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Mandarin shù mù / shu4 mu4
Taiwan shu mu
Japanese jumoku / じゅもく
Chinese trees
Japanese (noun - becomes adjective with の) trees and shrubs; arbour; arbor; (place-name) Jumoku; (surname) Kiki; (surname) Ueki

花木

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Mandarin huā mù / hua1 mu4
Taiwan hua mu
Japanese kaboku / かぼく
Chinese flowers and trees; plants; flora
Japanese (1) flowers and trees; (2) flowering trees; (place-name) Hananoki; (place-name, surname) Hanagi; (surname) Hanaki; (surname) Kaki

連理

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Mandarin lián lǐ / lian2 li3
Taiwan lien li
Japanese renri / れんり
Chinese two trees that grow together as one; fig. conjugal union
Japanese (1) trees with entwined branches; (2) intimate male and female relationship; (surname, female given name) Renri

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Mandarin/ si4
Taiwan ssu
Japanese tera / てら    ji / じ
Chinese Buddhist temple; mosque; government office (old)
Japanese temple (Buddhist); (suf,ctr) counter for temples; (personal name) Teraji; (surname) Tera
vihāra, 毘訶羅 or 鼻訶羅; saṅghārāma 僧伽藍; an official hall, a temple, adopted by Buddhists for a monastery, many other names are given to it, e. g. 淨住; 法同舍; 出世舍; 精舍; 淸淨園; 金剛刹; 寂滅道場; 遠離處; 親近處 'A model vihāra ought to be built of red sandalwood, with 32 chambers, 8 tāla trees in height, with a garden, park and bathing tank attached; it ought to have promenades for peripatetic meditation and to be richly furnished with stores of clothes, food, bedsteads, mattresses, medicines and all creature comforts.' Eitel; Buddhist temple

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Mandarin kǎo / kao3
Taiwan k`ao / kao
Japanese taku / たく    tae / たえ
Chinese chinquapin (Castanopsis fargesii and other spp.), genus of evergreen trees
Japanese (archaism) (See 楮) paper mulberry; (archaism) cloth (esp. cloth made from fibers of the paper mulberry tree)

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Mandarin/ ke1
Taiwan k`o / ko
Chinese classifier for trees, cabbages, plants etc

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Mandarin zhā // chá / zha1 // cha2
Taiwan cha // ch`a / cha // cha
Chinese Chinese quince; hawthorn; fell trees; raft; to hew

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Mandarin/ la4
Taiwan la
Chinese to plant trees (old)

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Mandarin chá / cha2
Taiwan ch`a / cha
Chinese a raft made of bamboo or wood; to fell trees; to hew

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Mandarin sēn / sen1
Taiwan sen
Chinese lush growth (trees); fishing using bundled wood (archaic)

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Mandarin yuè / yue4
Taiwan yüeh
Chinese shade of trees

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Mandarin/ su4
Taiwan su
Chinese tall and straight (of trees)

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Mandarin jiǎ / jia3
Taiwan chia
Chinese Catalpa, a genus of mostly deciduous trees; old term for Camellia sinensis, the tea plant 茶; also called Thea sinensis; small evergreen shrub (Mallotus japonicus)

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Mandarin luǒ / luo3
Taiwan lo
Chinese fruit of plants (not of trees)

丁々

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Japanese toutou / toto / とうとう    chouchou / chocho / ちょうちょう Japanese (adv,n) clashing of swords; felling of trees; ringing of an ax

丁丁

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Mandarin zhēng zhēng // dīng dīng / zheng1 zheng1 // ding1 ding1
Taiwan cheng cheng // ting ting
Japanese toutou / toto / とうとう    chouchou / chocho / ちょうちょう
Chinese sound of chopping wood, chess pieces hitting the board etc; Tintin, cartoon character
Japanese (adv,n) clashing of swords; felling of trees; ringing of an ax

上木

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Japanese jouboku;uwaki / joboku;uwaki / じょうぼく;うわき Japanese (noun/participle) (1) (じょうぼく only) (See 上梓) publication; wood-block printing; (2) (usu. うわき) (See 下木) canopy (trees); (surname) Jouki; (surname) Kamiki; (place-name) Uwagi; (surname) Ueki

下木

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Japanese shitaki;kaboku;shitagi / したき;かぼく;したぎ Japanese (See 上木・じょうぼく・2) understory trees; underbrush; undergrowth; (surname) Shimoki; (surname) Shitaki

下露

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Japanese shitatsuyu / したつゆ Japanese dew under (dripping from) trees; (place-name) Shimotsuyu

並木

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Japanese naraki / ならき    namigi / なみぎ    namiki / なみき Japanese (noun - becomes adjective with の) roadside tree; row of trees; (surname) Naraki; (surname) Namigi; (place-name, surname) Namiki

並樹

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Japanese namiki / なみき Japanese (noun - becomes adjective with の) roadside tree; row of trees; (surname, given name) Namiki

伐る

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Japanese kiru / きる Japanese (transitive verb) to cut down (e.g. trees)

佳木

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Japanese yoshiki / よしき    keiju / keju / けいじゅ    keiki / keki / けいき Japanese beautiful trees; (given name) Yoshiki; (personal name) Keiju; (personal name) Keiki

列植

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Japanese resshoku / れっしょく Japanese (noun/participle) planting in a row (trees, flowers, etc.)

前栽

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Japanese senzai / せんざい Japanese garden; trees and flowers in a garden; (place-name) Senzai

劍山


剑山

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Mandarin jiàn shān / jian4 shan1
Taiwan chien shan
Japanese kensan
劍樹地獄 Asipattra. The hill of swords, or sword-leaf trees hell, one of the sixteen hells; also called 刀刃路.

双樹

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Japanese souju / soju / そうじゅ Japanese (1) two trees; (2) (abbreviation) (See 娑羅双樹・1) sal (tree) (Shorea robusta); saul; (surname, given name) Futaki; (surname) Namiki; (female given name) Souju

唐薑

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Japanese karahajikami / からはじかみ Japanese (out-dated or obsolete kana usage) (kana only) Tetradium ruticarpum (species of deciduous trees)

喬林


乔林

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Mandarin qiáo lín / qiao2 lin2
Taiwan ch`iao lin / chiao lin
Chinese forest (esp. of tall trees); high forest

嘉木

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Japanese kagi / かぎ Japanese beautiful trees; (place-name) Kagi

四依

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Mandarin sì yī / si4 yi1
Taiwan ssu i
Japanese shi e
The four necessaries, or things on which the religious rely. (1) 行四依 The four of ascetic practitioners— rag clothing; begging for food; sitting under trees; purgatives and diuretics as moral and spiritual means; these are also termed 四聖種. (2) 法四依 The four of the dharma: i. e. the truth, which is eternal, rather than man, even its propagator; the sutras of perfect meaning i. e. of the 道實相 the truth of the 'middle' way; the meaning, or spirit, not the letter; wisdom 智, i.e. Buddha-wisdom rather than mere knowledge 識. There are other groups. Cf. 四事.

園生


园生

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Mandarin yuán shēng / yuan2 sheng1
Taiwan yüan sheng
Japanese ensei;sonou / ense;sono / えんせい;そのう
Japanese garden (esp. with trees); park; (place-name) Sonnoo; (place-name) Sonnou; (p,s,f) Sonoo; (female given name) Sonoe; (female given name) Sonou; (female given name) Sono; (personal name) Ensei
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

地物

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Japanese chibutsu / ちぶつ    jimono / じもの Japanese natural or man-made feature or object on the earth's surface (trees, hill, river, road, building, etc.); object or structure important in a battle, esp. for concealment; local produce

堅林


坚林

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Mandarin jiān lín / jian1 lin2
Taiwan chien lin
Japanese Kenrin
(堅固林) The grove of Sala trees, in which Sakyamuni died; Śāla Forest

夜桜

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Japanese yozakura / よざくら Japanese cherry trees at evening; (surname, female given name) Yozakura; (female given name) Yao

大樹


大树

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Mandarin dà shù / da4 shu4
Taiwan ta shu
Japanese taiju / たいじゅ
Chinese Tashu township in Kaohsiung county 高雄縣|高雄县[Gao1 xiong2 xian4], southwest Taiwan
Japanese large tree; big tree; huge tree; (given name) Masaki; (given name) Hiroki; (personal name) Daina; (male given name) Daiju; (given name) Daiki; (given name) Taiju; (place-name, surname) Taiki; (surname) Ooju; (personal name) Oogi; (surname, given name) Ooki
Great trees, i.e. bodhisattvas, cf. 三草; large tree

妖通

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Mandarin yāo tōng / yao1 tong1
Taiwan yao t`ung / yao tung
Japanese yōtsū
The power to change miraculously into trees and animals; v. 五種通; demonic powers

子忌

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Japanese neimi / nemi / ねいみ Japanese (obscure) collecting herbs and pulling out young pine trees by the roots (annual event held on the first Day of the Rat of the New Year)

寶樹


宝树

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Mandarin bǎo shù / bao3 shu4
Taiwan pao shu
Japanese hō ju
The jewel-trees (of the Pure Land).

小樹


小树

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Mandarin xiǎo shù / xiao3 shu4
Taiwan hsiao shu
Japanese komiki / こみき
Chinese shrub; small tree; sapling; CL:棵[ke1]
Japanese (female given name) Komiki
Small trees, bodhisattvas in the lower stages, v. 三草二木.

山毫

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Mandarin shān háo / shan1 hao2
Taiwan shan hao
Japanese sangō
Writing brushes as numerous as mountains, or as the trees on the mountains (and ink as vast as the ocean).

幣束

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Japanese heisoku / hesoku / へいそく Japanese offerings of rope, paper, etc. hung on trees in Shinto shrines

性遮

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Mandarin xìng zhē / xing4 zhe1
Taiwan hsing che
Japanese shōsha
Natural and conventional sins, i. e. sins against natural law, e. g. murder, and sins against conventional or religious law, e. g. for a monk to drink wine, cut down trees, etc.

接ぐ

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Japanese tsugu / つぐ Japanese (transitive verb) (1) to join; (2) to piece together; (3) to set (bones); (4) to graft (trees)

新樹

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Japanese shinju / しんじゅ Japanese (See 新緑,若葉) tree covered in fresh green leaves; newly green trees of early Summer; (female given name) Niina; (surname, female given name) Shinju; (given name) Shinki; (given name) Araki

木々

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Japanese kigi / きぎ Japanese every tree; many trees; all kinds of trees; (surname) Kigi

木守

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Japanese komori / こもり Japanese (archaism) person who tends to trees (e.g. in a garden); (place-name) Komori; (place-name, surname) Kimori

木木

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Japanese kigi / きぎ Japanese every tree; many trees; all kinds of trees

木石

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Mandarin mù shí / mu4 shi2
Taiwan mu shih
Japanese bokuseki / ぼくせき
Japanese (1) trees and stones; (2) unfeeling person; (given name) Bokuseki
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

木立

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Japanese kodate / こだて    kodachi / こだち    kiryuu / kiryu / きりゅう    kidate / きだて    kidachi / きだち    kitate / きたて    kitachi / きたち Japanese grove of trees; (surname) Kodate; (p,s,f) Kodachi; (surname) Kiryuu; (surname) Kidate; (place-name, surname) Kidachi; (surname) Kitate; (place-name, surname) Kitachi

木等

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Mandarin mù děng / mu4 deng3
Taiwan mu teng
Japanese mokutō
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

木葉

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Japanese mokuyou / mokuyo / もくよう Japanese (archaism) (See 木の葉・このは) foliage; leaves of trees; (personal name) Koba; (f,p) Konoha; (surname) Kiba

杉叢

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Japanese sugimura / すぎむら Japanese (kana only) thicket of cedar trees

杏林

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Mandarin xìng lín / xing4 lin2
Taiwan hsing lin
Japanese kyourin / kyorin / きょうりん
Chinese forest of apricot trees; fig. honorific term for fine doctor (cf Dr Dong Feng 董奉, 3rd century AD, asked his patients to plant apricot trees instead of paying fees); Xinglin district of Xiamen city (renamed Haicang 海沧区 in 2003)
Japanese apricot grove

松籟

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Japanese shourai / shorai / しょうらい Japanese (1) (sound of) wind through pine trees; soughing of wind through pine trees; (2) (metaphorically) sound of a boiling tea kettle; (given name) Shourai

松韻

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Japanese shouin / shoin / しょういん Japanese (music of) wind through pine trees; (given name) Shouin

松風

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Japanese matsukaze;shoufuu / matsukaze;shofu / まつかぜ;しょうふう Japanese (sound of) the wind through pine trees; (place-name, surname) Matsukaze; (surname, given name) Shoufuu

林壑

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Mandarin lín hè / lin2 he4
Taiwan lin ho
Chinese woods and ravines; tranquillity of trees and valleys

林變


林变

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Mandarin lín biàn / lin2 bian4
Taiwan lin pien
Japanese rinpen
The trees of the wood turned white when the Buddha died; trees transformed

枝香

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Mandarin zhī xiāng / zhi1 xiang1
Taiwan chih hsiang
Japanese sayaka / さやか
Japanese (female given name) Sayaka
Incense made of branches of trees, one of the three kinds of incense, the other two being from roots and flowers; branch incense

枯木

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Mandarin kū mù / ku1 mu4
Taiwan k`u mu / ku mu
Japanese kogi / こぎ    kareki / かれき    kanoki / かのき
Chinese dead tree
Japanese dead tree; dry wood; (surname) Kogi; (place-name) Kareki; (surname) Kanoki
Withered timber, decayed, dried-up trees; applied to a class of ascetic Buddhists, who sat in meditation, never lying down, like 石霜枯木 petrified rocks and withered stumps.

栲屬

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Mandarin kǎo shǔ / kao3 shu3
Taiwan k`ao shu / kao shu
Chinese Castanopsis, genus of evergreen trees

桂科

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Japanese katsuraka / かつらか Japanese Cercidiphyllaceae; monotypic plant family containing the katsura trees

桐畑

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Japanese kiribatake / きりばたけ Japanese field of paulownia trees; (place-name) Kiribatake; (surname) Kiribata; (place-name, surname) Kirihata

森森

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Mandarin sēn sēn / sen1 sen1
Taiwan sen sen
Japanese shinshin / しんしん
Chinese dense (of trees); thick; ghastly; eerie
Japanese (noun or adjectival noun) deeply forested

森然

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Mandarin sēn rán / sen1 ran2
Taiwan sen jan
Chinese (of tall trees) dense, thick; awe-inspiring

植木

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Japanese umeki / うめき    uegi / うえぎ    ueki / うえき Japanese garden shrubs; trees; potted plant; (personal name) Umeki; (surname) Uegi; (place-name, surname) Ueki

植栽

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Japanese shokusai / しょくさい Japanese (noun/participle) raising trees and plants; (place-name) Shokusai

植樹

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Mandarin zhí shù / zhi2 shu4
Taiwan chih shu
Japanese shokuju / しょくじゅ
Chinese to plant trees
Japanese (noun/participle) tree-planting; (given name) Taneki

楊樹

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Mandarin yáng shù / yang2 shu4
Taiwan yang shu
Chinese poplar tree; various trees of genus Populus

槵子

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Mandarin huàn zǐ / huan4 zi3
Taiwan huan tzu
Chinese fruit of the Sapindus trees (used for Buddhist prayer beads)

樹々

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Japanese juju / じゅじゅ    juki / じゅき    kiki / きき Japanese every tree; many trees; all kinds of trees; (female given name) Juju; (female given name) Juki; (given name) Kiki

樹下


树下

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Mandarin shù xià / shu4 xia4
Taiwan shu hsia
Japanese juka;juge / じゅか;じゅげ
Japanese beneath the trees; (surname) Jiyuge; (surname) Juge; (surname) Kinoshita; (surname) Kishita
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

樹医

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Japanese jui / じゅい Japanese tree surgeon (esp. for famous or old trees)

樹樹

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Japanese kigi / きぎ Japanese every tree; many trees; all kinds of trees

樹氷

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Japanese juhyou / juhyo / じゅひょう Japanese frost covered trees; (female given name) Juhyou

樹海

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Japanese jukai / じゅかい Japanese sea of trees; broad expanse of dense woodland; abundant leafage; (female given name) Tatsumi; (surname) Jukai

樹王


树王

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Mandarin shù wáng / shu4 wang2
Taiwan shu wang
Japanese juō
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

樹間

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Japanese jukan / じゅかん Japanese space between trees; gap between trees

橘錄

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Mandarin jú lù / ju2 lu4
Taiwan chü lu
Chinese classification of orange trees by 12th century Song dynasty botanist Han Yanzhi 韓彥直|韩彦直[Han2 Yan4 zhi2]

玉樹


玉树

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Mandarin yù shù / yu4 shu4
Taiwan yü shu
Japanese tamaki / たまき
Chinese Yushu Tibetan autonomous prefecture (Tibetan: yus hru'u bod rigs rang skyong khul) in Qinghai
Japanese (surname, female given name) Tamaki
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

甘露

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Mandarin gān lù / gan1 lu4
Taiwan kan lu
Japanese kanro / かんろ
Japanese (noun or adjectival noun) nectar; sweetness; (surname, female given name) Kanro
阿密哩多 (or 啞密哩多) (or 啞密哩達) amṛta, sweet dew, ambrosia, the nectar of immortality; tr. by 天酒 deva-wine, the nectar of the gods. Four kinds of ambrosia are mentioned— green, yellow, red, and white, all coming from 'edible trees' and known as 蘇陀 sudhā, or 蘇摩 soma.

盗伐

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Japanese toubatsu / tobatsu / とうばつ Japanese (noun/participle) secretly felling trees

盜伐

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Mandarin dào fá / dao4 fa2
Taiwan tao fa
Chinese to unlawfully fell trees

砍樹

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Mandarin kǎn shù / kan3 shu4
Taiwan k`an shu / kan shu
Chinese to chop wood; to chop down trees

禪林


禅林

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Mandarin chán lín / chan2 lin2
Taiwan ch`an lin / chan lin
Japanese zenrin
Chinese a Buddhist temple
Grove of meditation, i.e. a monastery. Monasteries as numerous as trees in a forest. Also 禪苑.

種樹

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Mandarin zhòng shù / zhong4 shu4
Taiwan chung shu
Japanese tanetatsu / たねたつ    taneki / たねき    shigeki / しげき
Chinese to plant trees
Japanese (given name) Tanetatsu; (personal name) Taneki; (personal name) Shigeki

綠樹

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Mandarin lǜ shù / lu:4 shu4
Taiwan lü shu
Chinese trees; greenery

緑樹

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Japanese ryokuju / りょくじゅ Japanese green-leaved trees

緑蔭

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Japanese ryokuin / りょくいん Japanese shade of trees; (g,p) Ryokuin

緑陰

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Japanese ryokuin / りょくいん Japanese shade of trees

肅立

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Mandarin sù lì / su4 li4
Taiwan su li
Chinese standing tall and majestic (of physical object such as trees)

草木

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Mandarin cǎo mù / cao3 mu4
Taiwan ts`ao mu / tsao mu
Japanese kusaki(p);soumoku(p) / kusaki(p);somoku(p) / くさき(P);そうもく(P)
Chinese vegetation; plants
Japanese plants; vegetation; (place-name) Kusagi; (place-name, surname) Kusaki
Herbs and trees— equally recipients of rain, as all humanity is of the Buddha's truth; grass and trees

董奉

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Mandarin dǒng fèng / dong3 feng4
Taiwan tung feng
Chinese Dong Feng, doctor during Three Kingdoms period, famous for refusing fees and requesting that his patients plant apricot trees instead

藤本

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Mandarin téng běn / teng2 ben3
Taiwan t`eng pen / teng pen
Japanese touhon / tohon / とうほん
Chinese Fujimoto (Japanese surname)
Japanese climbing trees; liana; (surname) Fudzimoto; (personal name) Fujimori; (place-name, surname) Fujimoto; (surname) Hijimoto

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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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