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Characters Pronunciation
Romanization
Simple Dictionary Definition

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Mandarin qióng / qiong2
Taiwan ch`iung / chiung
Japanese kei / ke / けい
Chinese jasper; fine jade; beautiful; exquisite (e.g. wine, food); abbr. for Hainan province
Japanese (personal name) Kei

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Mandarin jiǔ / jiu3
Taiwan chiu
Japanese sake(p);sasa;ki(ok);kushi(ok);shu / さけ(P);ささ;き(ok);くし(ok);しゅ
Chinese wine (esp. rice wine); liquor; spirits; alcoholic beverage; CL:杯[bei1],瓶[ping2],罐[guan4],桶[tong3],缸[gang1]
Japanese (See お酒) alcohol; sake; (surname) Zake; (surname) Sake; (surname) Saka
surā; maireya; madya. Wine, alcoholic liquor; forbidden to monks and nuns by the fifth commandment.

張飛


张飞

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Mandarin zhāng fēi / zhang1 fei1
Taiwan chang fei
Japanese chouhi / chohi / ちょうひ
Chinese Zhang Fei (168-221), general of Shu and blood-brother of Liu Bei in Romance of the Three Kingdoms, famous as fearsome fighter and lover of wine
Japanese (personal name) Chouhi

葡萄酒

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Mandarin pú tao jiǔ / pu2 tao5 jiu3
Taiwan p`u t`ao chiu / pu tao chiu
Japanese budoushu / budoshu / ぶどうしゅ
Chinese (grape) wine
Japanese (noun - becomes adjective with の) (grape) wine

阿修羅


阿修罗

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Mandarin ā xiū luō / a1 xiu1 luo1
Taiwan a hsiu lo
Japanese ashura / あしゅら
Chinese Asura, malevolent spirits in Indian mythology
Japanese Asura (fighting demon); (female given name) Ashura
asura, 修羅 originally meaning a spirit, spirits, or even the gods, it generally indicates titanic demons, enemies of the gods, with whom, especially Indra, they wage constant war. They are defined as 'not devas', and 'ugly', and 'without wine'. Other forms are 阿須羅 (or 阿蘇羅, or 阿素羅); 阿修倫 (or羅須倫 or 阿修輪 or 羅須輪); 阿素洛; 阿差. Four classes are named according to their manner of rebirth-egg, born, womb-born, transformation-born, and spawn- or water-born. Their abode is in the ocean, north of Sumeru, but certain of the weaker dwell in a western mountain cave. They have realms, rulers, and palaces, as have the devas. The 阿修羅道 is one of the six gatis, or ways of reincarnation. The 修羅場 or 修羅巷 is the battlefield of the asuras against Indra. The 阿修羅琴 are their harps.

酒池肉林

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Mandarin jiǔ chí ròu lín / jiu3 chi2 rou4 lin2
Taiwan chiu ch`ih jou lin / chiu chih jou lin
Japanese shuchinikurin / しゅちにくりん
Chinese lakes of wine and forests of meat (idiom); debauchery; sumptuous entertainment
Japanese (yoji) sumptuous feast; debauch

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Mandarin zūn / zun1
Taiwan tsun
Japanese son / そん
Chinese senior; of a senior generation; to honor; to respect; honorific; classifier for cannons and statues; ancient wine vessel
Japanese (1) zun (ancient Chinese wine vessel, usu. made of bronze); (prefix) (2) (archaism) (honorific or respectful language) honorific prefix referring to the listener; (suf,ctr) (3) counter for buddhas; (female given name) Mikoto; (personal name) Makoto; (female given name) Takeru; (given name) Takeshi; (given name) Takashi; (given name) Son
To honour. ārya; honoured, honourable; to honor

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Mandarin jué / jue2
Taiwan chüeh
Japanese shaku;saku(ok) / しゃく;さく(ok)
Chinese ancient bronze wine holder with 3 legs and loop handle; nobility
Japanese (1) jue (ancient 3-legged Chinese wine pitcher, usu. made of bronze); (2) peerage (hereditary title bestowed by the emperor); (female given name) Tsukasa; (personal name) Jakku

御酒

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Mandarin yù jiǔ / yu4 jiu3
Taiwan yü chiu
Japanese miki / みき
Chinese imperial wine; sacred wine
Japanese (out-dated or obsolete kana usage) sacred wine or sake; sake offered to the gods; sacred wine or sake; sake offered to the gods; (polite language) alcohol; sake; (personal name) Miki

老酒

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Mandarin lǎo jiǔ / lao3 jiu3
Taiwan lao chiu
Japanese roushu;raochuu;raochuu / roshu;raochu;raochu / ろうしゅ;ラオチュー;ラオチュウ
Chinese wine, esp. Shaoxing wine
Japanese (1) (ラオチュー is the Chinese name) (See 紹興酒) fermented Chinese alcoholic beverage (esp. Shaoxing wine) (chi: laojiu); (2) (ろうしゅ only) old alcohol

酒家

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Mandarin jiǔ jiā / jiu3 jia1
Taiwan chiu chia
Japanese shuka / しゅか
Chinese restaurant; bartender; (old) wineshop; tavern
Japanese wine shop; liquor store; pub; heavy drinker; (surname) Sakaya

酒杯

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Mandarin jiǔ bēi / jiu3 bei1
Taiwan chiu pei
Japanese shuhai / しゅはい
Chinese wine cup
Japanese sake cup; wine cup

酒色

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Mandarin jiǔ sè / jiu3 se4
Taiwan chiu se
Japanese shushoku / しゅしょく
Chinese wine and women; color of wine; drunken expression
Japanese wine and women; sensual pleasures; dissipation

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Mandarin yǒu / you3
Taiwan yu
Chinese wine container

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Mandarin zūn / zun1
Taiwan tsun
Japanese ban / ばん    hanawa / はなわ
Chinese goblet; bottle; wine-jar
Japanese (surname) Ban; (surname) Hanawa

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Mandarin zūn / zun1
Taiwan tsun
Chinese goblet; bottle; wine-jar


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Mandarin jǐn / jin3
Taiwan chin
Chinese nuptial wine cup


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Mandarin/ yi2
Taiwan i
Chinese ancient wine vessel; ancient sacrificial vessel; Yi ethnic group; normal nature of man; laws and rules

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Mandarin jiè / jie4
Taiwan chieh
Japanese kai;ingoto(ok) / かい;いんごと(ok)
Chinese to guard against; to exhort; to admonish or warn; to give up or stop doing something; Buddhist monastic discipline; ring (for a finger)
Japanese (1) (かい only) {Buddh} admonition; commandment; (2) sila (precept)
śīla, 尸羅. Precept, command, prohibition, discipline, rule; morality. It is applied to the five, eight, ten, 250, and other commandments. The five are: (1) not to kill; (2 ) not to steal; (3) not to commit adultery; (4) not to speak falsely; (5) not to drink wine. These are the commands for lay disciples; those who observe them will be reborn in the human realm. The Sarvāstivādins did not sanction the observance of a limited selection from them as did the 成實宗 Satyasiddhi school. Each of the five precepts has five guardian spirits, in all twenty-five, 五戒二十五神. The eight for lay disciples are the above five together with Nos. 7, 8, and 9 of the following; the ten commands for the ordained, monks and nuns, are the above five with the following: (6) not to use adornments of flowers, nor perfumes; (7) not to perform as an actor, juggler, acrobat, or go to watch and hear them; (8) not to sit on elevated, broad, and large divans (or beds); (9) not to eat except in regulation hours; (10) not to possess money, gold or silver, or precious things. The 具足戒full commands for a monk number 250, those for a nun are 348, commonly called 500. Śīla is also the first of the 五分法身, i.e. a condition above all moral error. The Sutra of Brahma's Net has the following after the first five: (6) not to speak of the sins of those in orders; (7) not to vaunt self and depreciate others; (8) not to be avaricious; (9) not to be angry; (10) not to slander the triratna.

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Mandarin zūn / zun1
Taiwan tsun
Japanese taru / たる
Chinese goblet; bottle; wine-jar
Japanese cask; barrel; (personal name) Ban; (surname) Tarusaki; (place-name, surname) Taru; (surname) Shimegi

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Mandarin/ ji3
Taiwan chi
Chinese clear wine; name of a river

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Mandarin zhǎn / zhan3
Taiwan chan
Chinese wine cup

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Mandarin píng / ping2
Taiwan p`ing / ping
Japanese kameji / かめじ
Chinese bottle; vase; pitcher; CL:個|个[ge4]; classifier for wine and liquids
Japanese bottle; jar; decanter; flagon; phial; vial; earthenware pot; (personal name) Kameji

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Mandarin chī / chi1
Taiwan ch`ih / chih
Chinese large wine jar

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Mandarin bàng / bang4
Taiwan pang
Chinese a squat jar for holding wine, sauces etc


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Mandarin wèng / weng4
Taiwan weng
Japanese tashiraka / たしらか
Chinese pottery container for water, wine etc; surname Weng
Japanese (archaism) fired earthenware vessel used by the emperor to clean his hands; (surname) You; (surname) Motai; (surname) Tsurube; (surname) Kame; (surname) Ou
kumbha, a pitcher, jar, pot.

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Mandarin zāo / zao1
Taiwan tsao
Japanese kasu / かす
Chinese dregs; draff; pickled in wine; rotten; messy; ruined
Japanese (1) (kana only) dregs; sediment; grounds; meal; (2) (kana only) lees (esp. sake); (3) (kana only) leftovers; by-product; (4) (kana only) worthless item; thing of little to no value; (5) (kana only) dregs (e.g. of society); scum; dross; (6) (kana only) card only worth 1 point (in hanafuda); (surname) Kasu

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Mandarin léi / lei2
Taiwan lei
Japanese motai / もたい
Chinese large earthenware wine jar
Japanese (surname) Motai

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Mandarin/ lu2
Taiwan lu
Chinese pile of earth to keep wine jars

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Mandarin luó / luo2
Taiwan lo
Japanese horagai / ほらがい    hougai / hogai / ほうがい
Chinese spiral shell; snail; conch
Japanese (kana only) small spiral-shelled snail; (1) (kana only) whelk (esp. Neptunea and Buccinum spp.); (2) small spiral-shelled snail (esp. a pond snail); (out-dated or obsolete kana usage) small spiral-shelled snail (esp. a pond snail); (surname) Horagai; (surname) Hougai
A conch, snail, spiral, screw; wine-cup

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Mandarin jiǎo / jiao3
Taiwan chiao
Japanese tsuno / つの    kado / かど    kaku / かく
Chinese role (theater); to compete; ancient three legged wine vessel; third note of pentatonic scale; angle; corner; horn; horn-shaped; unit of money equal to 0.1 yuan; CL:個|个[ge4]; surname Jue
Japanese horn; (1) corner (e.g. desk, pavement); (2) edge; (n,n-suf) (1) angle; (2) square (or cube); (3) (abbreviation) {shogi} (See 角行・かくぎょう) bishop; (4) (See 五音) third degree (of the Japanese & Chinese pentatonic scale); (5) {astron} (See 角宿,二十八宿・にじゅうはっしゅく,蒼竜・そうりょう・3) Chinese "horn" constellation (one of the 28 mansions); (6) (See 元・げん・3) jiao (monetary unit of China; one-tenth of a yuan); (surname) Tsumo; (surname) Tsuno; (surname) Sumi; (surname) Kado; (surname, given name) Kaku
viṣāna ; a horn, a trumpet: also a corner, an angle; to contend.

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Mandarin gōng / gong1
Taiwan kung
Chinese big; cup made of horn; horn wine container

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Mandarin zhuó / zhuo2
Taiwan cho
Japanese shaku / しゃく
Chinese to pour wine; to drink wine; to deliberate; to consider
Japanese pouring alcohol; person pouring alcohol
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

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Mandarin zhòu / zhou4
Taiwan chou
Japanese chuu / chu / ちゅう
Chinese strong wine
Japanese (abbreviation) (See 焼酎) shochu; (female given name) Chuu

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Mandarin/ yi2
Taiwan i
Chinese elixirs; sweet wine

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Mandarin/ ku4
Taiwan k`u / ku
Japanese koku / こく
Chinese ruthless; strong (e.g. of wine); (loanword) cool; hip
Japanese (noun or adjectival noun) severe; harsh; stringent; rigorous; strict; unfair

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Mandarin/ lu4
Taiwan lu
Chinese name of a wine

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Mandarin zhǎn / zhan3
Taiwan chan
Chinese wine cup

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Mandarin chún / chun2
Taiwan ch`un / chun
Japanese jun / じゅん    atsushi / あつし
Chinese alcohol; wine with high alcohol content; rich; pure; good wine; sterols
Japanese (given name) Jun; (given name) Atsushi

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Mandarin zhà / zha4
Taiwan cha
Chinese press for extracting wine

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Mandarin/ li2
Taiwan li
Chinese dregs of wine

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Mandarin láo / lao2
Taiwan lao
Japanese moromi / もろみ    mosoro / もそろ
Chinese wine or liquor with sediment
Japanese (1) (kana only) main fermenting mash (in production of sake or soy sauce); unrefined sake or soy sauce; (can act as adjective) (2) (kana only) unrefined (sake, soy sauce, etc.); rough; (archaism) weak sake; unrefined sake

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Mandarin tán / tan2
Taiwan t`an / tan
Chinese bitter taste in wine; rich; full flavored

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Mandarin nóng / nong2
Taiwan nung
Chinese concentrated; strong wine

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Mandarin/ yi4
Taiwan i
Chinese fine wine; to award with (food and drink)

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Mandarin/ li3
Taiwan li
Japanese amasake / あまさけ
Chinese sweet wine
Japanese (food term) sweet half sake; sweet drink made from fermented rice; (place-name) Amasake

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Mandarin/ ru2
Taiwan ju
Chinese strong (of wine)

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Mandarin líng / ling2
Taiwan ling
Chinese name of a wine

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Mandarin/ mi2
Taiwan mi
Chinese unfiltered wine; wine brewed twice

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Mandarin niàng / niang4
Taiwan niang
Chinese to ferment; to brew; to make honey (of bees); to lead to; to form gradually; wine; stuffed vegetables (cooking method)

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Mandarin xíng / xing2
Taiwan hsing
Chinese long-necked wine flask


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Mandarin tǒu / tou3
Taiwan t`ou / tou
Chinese a wine flagon; surname Tou


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Mandarin zhāi / zhai1
Taiwan chai
Japanese hitoshi / ひとし    toki / とき    sai / さい    itsuki / いつき
Chinese to fast or abstain from meat, wine etc; vegetarian diet; study room; building; to give alms (to a monk)
Japanese (surname) Hitoshi; (personal name) Toki; (surname) Sai; (surname, given name) Itsuki
To reverence: abstinence; to purify as by fasting, or abstaining, e.g. from flesh food; religious or abstinential duties, or times; upavasatha (uposatha), a fast; the ritual period for food, i.e. before noon; a room for meditation, a study, a building, etc., devoted to abstinence, chastity, or the Buddhist religion; mourning (for parents).

こく

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Japanese koku / こく Japanese richness; lushness; body (esp. of food, wine, etc.); weight; substance

カバ

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Japanese kaba / カバ Japanese (noun/participle) (1) cover (e.g. book); coverage; (noun or participle which takes the aux. verb suru) (2) to compensate for (a loss); to offset (a weakness); to back up; (3) kava (Piper methysticum); cava; kavakava; (4) cava; Spanish sparkling wine; (kana only) hippopotamus (Hippopotamus amphibius); (kana only) birch (esp. Japanese white birch); (personal name) Cava

コク

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Japanese koku / コク Japanese richness; lushness; body (esp. of food, wine, etc.); weight; substance

シベ

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Japanese shibe / シベ Japanese {food} civet (fre:); stew of a game animal, red wine and various alliums (often thickened with the animal's blood)

ロゼ

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Japanese roze / ロゼ Japanese rose (wine) (fre:); pink wine; (surname) Rose; Roser

九献

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Japanese kukon / くこん Japanese (1) (See 三三九度) three-times-three exchange of nuptial cups; (2) (See 女房詞) sake (secret language of court ladies); rice wine

佳酒

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Japanese kashu / かしゅ Japanese good wine; good drink

佳醸

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Japanese kajou / kajo / かじょう Japanese sweet sake; good wine

佳釀


佳酿

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Mandarin jiā niàng / jia1 niang4
Taiwan chia niang
Chinese excellent wine

侑觴

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Japanese yuushou / yusho / ゆうしょう Japanese (obscure) urging one to drink more good wine during a banquet

八戒

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Mandarin bā jiè / ba1 jie4
Taiwan pa chieh
Japanese hakkai;hachikai / はっかい;はちかい
Chinese the eight precepts (Buddhism)
Japanese {Buddh} (See 五戒) the eight precepts (in addition to the five precepts, prohibitions against: lying in a luxurious bed; self-decoration, song & dance; and eating after noon)
(八戒齋) The first eight of the ten commandments, see 戒; not to kill; not to take things not given; no ignoble (i.e. sexual) conduct; not to speak falsely; not to drink wine; not to indulge in cosmetics, personal adornments, dancing, or music; not to sleep on fine beds, but on a mat on the ground; and not to eat out of regulation hours, i.e. after noon. Another group divides the sixth into two―against cosmetics and adornments and against dancing and music; the first eight are then called the eight prohibitory commands and the last the 齋 or fasting commandment. Also 八齋戒; 八關齋 (八支齋) ; cf. 八種勝法.

分餐

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Mandarin fēn cān / fen1 can1
Taiwan fen ts`an / fen tsan
Japanese bunsan / ぶんさん
Chinese separate meals; to eat individual meals (rather than taking one's food from plates served to everyone at the table)
Japanese (noun/participle) distribution (of bread and wine during Communion)

利酒

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Japanese kikizake / ききざけ Japanese sake tasting; wine tasting

勾兌


勾兑

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Mandarin gōu duì / gou1 dui4
Taiwan kou tui
Chinese to blend various types of wine (or spirits, or fruit juices etc)

名酒

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Mandarin míng jiǔ / ming2 jiu3
Taiwan ming chiu
Japanese meishu / meshu / めいしゅ
Chinese a famous wine
Japanese famous brand of sake; choice sake

味淋

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Japanese mirin / みりん Japanese (kana only) mirin; type of sweet rice wine used in cooking

味醂

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Japanese mirin / みりん Japanese (kana only) mirin; type of sweet rice wine used in cooking

和酒

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Japanese washu / わしゅ Japanese (See 日本酒) traditional Japanese alcohol (primarily sake, but also shochu and fruit wine)

品酒

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Mandarin pǐn jiǔ / pin3 jiu3
Taiwan p`in chiu / pin chiu
Chinese to taste wine; to sip wine

奠祭

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Mandarin diàn jì / dian4 ji4
Taiwan tien chi
Chinese pouring of wine on ground for sacrifice

宴飲


宴饮

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Mandarin yàn yǐn / yan4 yin3
Taiwan yen yin
Chinese to wine and dine; to feast; banquet

左党

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Japanese satou;hidaritou / sato;hidarito / さとう;ひだりとう Japanese (1) drinker; wine lover; (2) left (wing); leftist

左利

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Japanese sari / さり Japanese (irregular okurigana usage) (noun - becomes adjective with の) (1) left-handedness; left-hander; (2) drinker; wine lover; (surname) Sari

年酒

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Japanese nenshu / ねんしゅ Japanese drinks to celebrate the New Year (sake, wine, etc.)

弱い

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Japanese yowai / よわい Japanese (adjective) weak; frail; delicate; tender; unskilled; weak (wine)

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.

把酒

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Mandarin bǎ jiǔ / ba3 jiu3
Taiwan pa chiu
Chinese to raise one's wine cup

挹酌

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Mandarin yì zhuó / yi4 zhuo2
Taiwan i cho
Chinese to pour out wine

掌酒

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Japanese sakabito / さかびと Japanese (archaism) person in charge of the brewing of sacrificial wine

料酒

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Mandarin liào jiǔ / liao4 jiu3
Taiwan liao chiu
Chinese cooking wine

斟酒

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Mandarin zhēn jiǔ / zhen1 jiu3
Taiwan chen chiu
Chinese to pour wine or liquor

杜康

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Mandarin dù kāng / du4 kang1
Taiwan tu k`ang / tu kang
Chinese Du Kang, legendary inventor of wine

果酒

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Mandarin guǒ jiǔ / guo3 jiu3
Taiwan kuo chiu
Chinese fruit wine

正宗

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Mandarin zhèng zōng / zheng4 zong1
Taiwan cheng tsung
Japanese masamune / まさむね
Chinese orthodox school; fig. traditional; old school; authentic; genuine
Japanese (1) famous sword; sword blade by Masamune; (2) (colloquialism) sake; Japanese rice wine; brand of sake from Nada region during Tempo era (1830-1844); (surname, given name) Masamune
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

汽酒

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Mandarin qì jiǔ / qi4 jiu3
Taiwan ch`i chiu / chi chiu
Chinese sparkling wine

沾唇

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Mandarin zhān chún / zhan1 chun2
Taiwan chan ch`un / chan chun
Chinese to moisten one's lips; to sip (wine, tea etc); esp. used with negatives: never touch a drop of the stuff

洋酒

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Japanese youshu / yoshu / ようしゅ Japanese Western wine and spirits; Western liquor

清酌

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Mandarin qīng zhuó / qing1 zhuo2
Taiwan ch`ing cho / ching cho
Chinese wine offered to gods in worship

清酒

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Mandarin qīng jiǔ / qing1 jiu3
Taiwan ch`ing chiu / ching chiu
Japanese seishu / seshu / せいしゅ
Chinese sake (Japanese rice wine)
Japanese (See 濁酒・どぶろく) refined sake; (surname) Seishiyu; (surname) Seishu

濁酒

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Mandarin zhuó jiǔ / zhuo2 jiu3
Taiwan cho chiu
Japanese nigorizake / にごりざけ    doburoku / どぶろく    dakushu / だくしゅ    jokushu / じょくしゅ
Chinese unfiltered rice wine
Japanese (irregular okurigana usage) unfiltered sake (cloudy); unrefined sake; (out-dated or obsolete kana usage) unrefined sake

濫觴

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Mandarin làn shāng / lan4 shang1
Taiwan lan shang
Japanese ranshou / ransho / らんしょう
Chinese lit. floating wine goblets on a stream; the origin (of some phenomenon)
Japanese source; beginning; origin; (surname) Ranshou

燒酒

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Mandarin shāo jiǔ / shao1 jiu3
Taiwan shao chiu
Chinese name of a famous Tang dynasty wine; same as 白酒[bai2 jiu3]

爆弾

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Japanese bakudan(p);bakudan / ばくだん(P);バクダン Japanese (1) bomb; (2) (kana only) alcohol with liquor added (esp. wine-based shochu highball, also beer with whiskey)

牛頭


牛头

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Mandarin niú tóu / niu2 tou2
Taiwan niu t`ou / niu tou
Japanese gouzu / gozu / ごづ    kozu / ごず
Chinese ox head; ox-head shaped wine vessel; Ox-Head, one of the two guardians of the underworld in Chinese mythology
Japanese (surname) Godzu; (surname) Gozu; (surname) Gouzu; (surname) Kozu
The ox-head lictors in the hells; ox head

玉髓

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Mandarin yù suǐ / yu4 sui3
Taiwan yü sui
Chinese chalcedony; agate; exquisite wine

珍陀

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Japanese chinta / チンタ Japanese (ateji / phonetic) (kana only) red wine (por: (vinho) tinto)

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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.

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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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