Free Chinese & Japanese Online Dictionary

Include Japanese names (2-3 seconds longer).

If you enter English words, search is Boolean mode:
Enter fall to get just entries with fall in them.
Enter fall* to get results including "falling" and "fallen".
Enter +fall -season -autumn to make sure fall is included, but not entries with autumn or season.

Key:

Mandarin Mandarin Chinese information.
Wade Giles Old Wade-Giles romanization used only in Taiwan.
Japanese Japanese information.
Buddhist definition. Note: May not apply to all sects.
 Definition may be different outside of Buddhism.

There are 107 total results for your wrestling search. I have created 2 pages of results for you. Each page contains 100 results...
12>

If shown, 2nd row of characters is Simplified Chinese.

Characters Pronunciation
Romanization
Simple Dictionary Definition

レス

see styles
Japanese resu / レス
Japanese (noun/participle) (1) (abbreviation) response; (2) less; (suffix noun) (3) -less; (4) {geol} (See 黄土・1) loess; (5) (abbreviation) (See レスリング) wrestling; (personal name) Les; Retz

摔跤

see styles
Mandarin shuāi jiāo / shuai1 jiao1
Taiwan shuai chiao
Chinese to trip and fall; to wrestle; wrestling (sports)

ドロレス

see styles
Japanese dororesu / ドロレス
Japanese (kana only) mud wrestling; (place-name) Dolores (Argentina)

ネルソン

see styles
Japanese neruson / ネルソン
Japanese {sports} nelson (wrestling hold); (place-name) Nelson (New Zealand); Nelsson; (surname) Nelson

レスリング

see styles
Japanese resuringu / レスリング
Japanese wrestling

相撲


相扑

see styles
Mandarin xiāng pū / xiang1 pu1
Taiwan hsiang p`u / hsiang pu
Japanese sumou / sumo / すもう    sumai / すまい
Chinese sumo wrestling; also pr. [xiang4 pu1]
Japanese (1) (sumo) sumo wrestling; (2) (sumo) (abbreviation) wrestler; rikishi; (out-dated or obsolete kana usage) (1) (sumo) sumo wrestling; (2) (sumo) (abbreviation) wrestler; rikishi; (surname) Sumou; (place-name) Sumai
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

角抵

see styles
Mandarin jué dǐ / jue2 di3
Taiwan chüeh ti
Japanese kakutei / kakute / かくてい
Chinese wrestling; to wrestle
Japanese (noun/participle) (archaism) strength contest; sumo wrestling

三役

see styles
Japanese sanyaku / さんやく Japanese (1) three highest ranks (wrestling, unions, etc.); (2) three parts; three divisions

取組

see styles
Japanese torikumi / とりくみ Japanese (1) bout (in sports, etc.); match; (2) effort; initiative; dealing with; grappling with; wrestling with; (place-name) Torikumi

土俵

see styles
Japanese dohyou / dohyo / どひょう Japanese (1) {sumo} (wrestling) ring; (2) forum (e.g. for discussion); (3) sandbag; gabion; (place-name) Dohyou

場所


场所

see styles
Mandarin chǎng suǒ / chang3 suo3
Taiwan ch`ang so / chang so
Japanese basho / ばしょ
Chinese location; place
Japanese (1) place; location; spot; position; (2) room; space; (3) {sumo} basho; wrestling tournament; (surname) Basho

寝技

see styles
Japanese newaza / ねわざ Japanese (1) (in wrestling or judo) pinning technique; (2) underhanded dealings

寝業

see styles
Japanese newaza / ねわざ Japanese (1) (in wrestling or judo) pinning technique; (2) underhanded dealings

抱摔

see styles
Mandarin bào shuāi / bao4 shuai1
Taiwan pao shuai
Chinese body slam (wrestling move)

搏擊


搏击

see styles
Mandarin bó jī / bo2 ji1
Taiwan po chi
Chinese to fight, esp. with hands; wrestling (as a sport); to wrestle; to wrestle (against fate, with a problem etc); to capture prey

摔角

see styles
Mandarin shuāi jiǎo / shuai1 jiao3
Taiwan shuai chiao
Chinese to wrestle; wrestling

東方


东方

see styles
Mandarin dōng fāng / dong1 fang1
Taiwan tung fang
Japanese touhou(p);higashikata;higashigata / toho(p);higashikata;higashigata / とうほう(P);ひがしかた;ひがしがた
Chinese east; the East; the Orient; two-character surname Dongfang
Japanese (noun - becomes adjective with の) (1) eastern direction; (2) the Orient; (3) (ひがしかた, ひがしがた only) {MA} eastern fighter in a match (e.g. sumo wrestling); (place-name, surname) Higashigata; (place-name, surname) Higashikata; (surname) Toobou; (surname) Toohou; (surname) Toubou; (surname) Touhou; (surname) Tougata; (surname) Toukata; (personal name) Adzumakata; (surname) Azumagata; (surname) Azumakata
The east, or eastern region.

腰高

see styles
Japanese koshidaka / こしだか Japanese (noun or adjectival noun) overbearing; unstable wrestling stance; (surname) Koshidaka; (surname) Koshitaka

褡褳

see styles
Mandarin dā lian / da1 lian5
Taiwan ta lien
Chinese cloth pouch open in the middle, forming two bags; jacket worn for Chinese wrestling

角力

see styles
Mandarin jué lì / jue2 li4
Taiwan chüeh li
Japanese kakuryoku / かくりょく
Chinese wrestling; a trial of strength
Japanese (1) comparison of strength; contest of strength; (2) {sumo} (See 相撲・すもう・1) sumo; (surname) Kadoriki

角觝

see styles
Japanese kakutei / kakute / かくてい Japanese (noun/participle) (archaism) strength contest; sumo wrestling

サンボ

see styles
Japanese sanbo / サンボ Japanese (abbreviation) self-defence (defense) (type of wrestling) (rus: sambo)

シルム

see styles
Japanese shirumu / シルム Japanese ssireum (kor:); Korean wrestling

ヒール

see styles
Japanese hiiru / hiru / ヒール Japanese (1) heel; (2) heel (e.g. in pro-wrestling); bad guy; player of villain roles; (noun or participle which takes the aux. verb suru) (3) heal

三つ巴

see styles
Japanese mitsudomoe / みつどもえ Japanese (1) 3 fat-comma shapes arranged to form a circle; (2) (abbreviation) 3-way struggle (wrestling, etc.)

剣が峰

see styles
Japanese kengamine / けんがみね Japanese (1) rim of a volcano, esp. Mt. Fuji; (2) (sumo) wrestling ring; (3) dire or risky situation with no room for error; sink-or-swim position

剣ケ峰

see styles
Japanese kengamine / けんがみね Japanese (1) rim of a volcano, esp. Mt. Fuji; (2) (sumo) wrestling ring; (3) dire or risky situation with no room for error; sink-or-swim position; (personal name) Kengamine

剣ヶ峰

see styles
Japanese kengamine / けんがみね Japanese (1) rim of a volcano, esp. Mt. Fuji; (2) (sumo) wrestling ring; (3) dire or risky situation with no room for error; sink-or-swim position; (personal name) Kengamine

力相撲

see styles
Japanese chikarazumou / chikarazumo / ちからずもう Japanese sumo wrestling using strength instead of technique

取組み

see styles
Japanese torikumi / とりくみ Japanese (1) bout (in sports, etc.); match; (2) effort; initiative; dealing with; grappling with; wrestling with

大相撲

see styles
Japanese oozumou / oozumo / おおずもう Japanese professional sumo wrestling

女相撲

see styles
Japanese onnazumou / onnazumo / おんなずもう Japanese {sumo} female sumo wrestling; female sumo wrestler

弓取式

see styles
Japanese yumitorishiki / ゆみとりしき Japanese bow-twirling ceremony at the end of a day of sumo wrestling

指相撲

see styles
Japanese yubizumou / yubizumo / ゆびずもう Japanese thumb wrestling

掰手腕

see styles
Mandarin bāi shǒu wàn / bai1 shou3 wan4
Taiwan pai shou wan
Chinese arm wrestling

掰腕子

see styles
Mandarin bāi wàn zi / bai1 wan4 zi5
Taiwan pai wan tzu
Chinese arm wrestling

比腕力

see styles
Mandarin bǐ wàn lì / bi3 wan4 li4
Taiwan pi wan li
Chinese arm wrestling (Tw)

泥レス

see styles
Japanese dororesu;dororesu / どろレス;ドロレス Japanese (kana only) mud wrestling

相撲界

see styles
Japanese sumoukai / sumokai / すもうかい Japanese sumo world; sumo wrestling community

胴締め

see styles
Japanese doujime / dojime / どうじめ Japanese (1) scissors maneuver (in wrestling, judo, etc.); scissors manoeuvre; (2) belt; waistband

腕相撲

see styles
Japanese udezumou / udezumo / うでずもう Japanese (1) arm wrestling; Indian wrestling; (2) (sumo) wrestling relying on brute strength (of the arms), rather than skill

花角力

see styles
Japanese hanazumou / hanazumo / はなずもう Japanese (archaism) {sumo} wrestling outside the formal tournaments; wrestling just for fun

草相撲

see styles
Japanese kusazumou / kusazumo / くさずもう Japanese amateur sumo wrestling

角鬥場

see styles
Mandarin jué dòu chǎng / jue2 dou4 chang3
Taiwan chüeh tou ch`ang / chüeh tou chang
Chinese wrestling ring

足相撲

see styles
Japanese ashizumou / ashizumo / あしずもう Japanese Indian wrestling

辻相撲

see styles
Japanese tsujizumou / tsujizumo / つじずもう Japanese (1) {sumo} amateur wrestling on a street corner or in an empty field (esp. in autumn); (2) {sumo} wrestling show in a roadside tent

ヒール役

see styles
Japanese hiiruyaku / hiruyaku / ヒールやく Japanese (See ヒール・2) someone who plays the part of a 'heel' (bad guy) in wrestling, films, etc.

プロレス

see styles
Japanese puroresu / プロレス Japanese (abbreviation) (See プロレスリング) professional wrestling

一人相撲

see styles
Japanese hitorizumou / hitorizumo / ひとりずもう Japanese (expression) (1) (yoji) fighting (tilting at) windmills; working oneself up even though there really isn't anything to fight at; (2) single-person mimicking a wrestling match

取り組み

see styles
Japanese torikumi / とりくみ Japanese (1) bout (in sports, etc.); match; (2) effort; initiative; dealing with; grappling with; wrestling with

台覧相撲

see styles
Japanese tairanzumou / tairanzumo / たいらんずもう Japanese {sumo} wrestling performed in the presence of the empress or crown prince

四つ相撲

see styles
Japanese yotsuzumou / yotsuzumo / よつずもう Japanese {sumo} wrestling in which both wrestlers grasp the other's belt with both hands

場外乱闘

see styles
Japanese jougairantou / jogairanto / じょうがいらんとう Japanese brawl outside the stadium; fighting outside ring (wrestling); ring-side battle

天覧相撲

see styles
Japanese tenranzumou / tenranzumo / てんらんずもう Japanese {sumo} wrestling performed in imperial presence

座り相撲

see styles
Japanese suwarizumou / suwarizumo / すわりずもう Japanese {sumo} wrestling performed in a sitting position

弓取り式

see styles
Japanese yumitorishiki / ゆみとりしき Japanese bow-twirling ceremony at the end of a day of sumo wrestling

押し相撲

see styles
Japanese oshizumou / oshizumo / おしずもう Japanese {sumo} pushing sumo; classic way of wrestling without using the belt

独り相撲

see styles
Japanese hitorizumou / hitorizumo / ひとりずもう Japanese (expression) (1) (yoji) fighting (tilting at) windmills; working oneself up even though there really isn't anything to fight at; (2) single-person mimicking a wrestling match

腕ずもう

see styles
Japanese udezumou / udezumo / うでずもう Japanese (1) arm wrestling; Indian wrestling; (2) (sumo) wrestling relying on brute strength (of the arms), rather than skill

跳ね太鼓

see styles
Japanese hanedaiko / はねだいこ Japanese {sumo} drumming at the end of the day of wrestling inviting spectators to return tomorrow

ケッフェイ

see styles
Japanese keffei / keffe / ケッフェイ Japanese kayfabe (pro-wrestling)

ケーフェイ

see styles
Japanese keefei / keefe / ケーフェイ Japanese kayfabe (pro-wrestling)

タグチーム

see styles
Japanese taguchiimu / taguchimu / タグチーム Japanese (1) (sports) tag team (wrestling); (2) working together as a team

寝技;寝業

see styles
Japanese newaza / ねわざ Japanese (1) (in wrestling or judo) pinning technique; (2) underhanded dealings

新弟子検査

see styles
Japanese shindeshikensa / しんでしけんさ Japanese {sumo} medical examination of entrants into professional wrestling

角觝;角抵

see styles
Japanese kakutei / kakute / かくてい Japanese (noun/participle) (archaism) strength contest; sumo wrestling

タグ・チーム

see styles
Japanese tagu chiimu / tagu chimu / タグ・チーム Japanese (1) (sports) tag team (wrestling); (2) working together as a team

タッグチーム

see styles
Japanese tagguchiimu / tagguchimu / タッグチーム Japanese (1) (sports) tag team (wrestling); (2) working together as a team

タッグマッチ

see styles
Japanese taggumacchi / タッグマッチ Japanese tag-team match (wrestling)

タップアウト

see styles
Japanese tappuauto / タップアウト Japanese (noun/participle) tap out (wrestling); tapping out

ボディスラム

see styles
Japanese bodisuramu / ボディスラム Japanese body slam (e.g. in wrestling)

モンゴル相撲

see styles
Japanese mongoruzumou / mongoruzumo / モンゴルずもう Japanese Mongolian wrestling; Mongolian sumo

リングアウト

see styles
Japanese ringuauto / リングアウト Japanese (sports) being out of the ring (wrestling) (wasei: ring out)

グレコローマン

see styles
Japanese gurekorooman / グレコローマン Japanese Greco-Roman (style of wrestling)

タッグ・チーム

see styles
Japanese taggu chiimu / taggu chimu / タッグ・チーム Japanese (1) (sports) tag team (wrestling); (2) working together as a team

タッグ・マッチ

see styles
Japanese taggu macchi / タッグ・マッチ Japanese tag-team match (wrestling)

タップ・アウト

see styles
Japanese tappu auto / タップ・アウト Japanese (noun/participle) tap out (wrestling); tapping out

バックドロップ

see styles
Japanese bakkudoroppu / バックドロップ Japanese (1) back-drop; (2) suplex (pro-wrestling)

プロレスリング

see styles
Japanese puroresuringu / プロレスリング Japanese professional wrestling

ボディ・スラム

see styles
Japanese bodi suramu / ボディ・スラム Japanese body slam (e.g. in wrestling)

ボディースラム

see styles
Japanese bodiisuramu / bodisuramu / ボディースラム Japanese body slam (e.g. in wrestling)

ヤールギュレシ

see styles
Japanese yaarugyureshi / yarugyureshi / ヤールギュレシ Japanese Turkish oil wrestling

リング・アウト

see styles
Japanese ringu auto / リング・アウト Japanese (sports) being out of the ring (wrestling) (wasei: ring out)

アームレスリング

see styles
Japanese aamuresuringu / amuresuringu / アームレスリング Japanese (1) arm wrestling; (noun or participle which takes the aux. verb suru) (2) to arm wrestle

プロ・レスリング

see styles
Japanese puro resuringu / プロ・レスリング Japanese professional wrestling

ボディー・スラム

see styles
Japanese bodii suramu / bodi suramu / ボディー・スラム Japanese body slam (e.g. in wrestling)

ヤールギュレシュ

see styles
Japanese yaarugyureshu / yarugyureshu / ヤールギュレシュ Japanese Turkish oil wrestling

弓取り式;弓取式

see styles
Japanese yumitorishiki / ゆみとりしき Japanese bow-twirling ceremony at the end of a day of sumo wrestling

相撲(P);角力

see styles
Japanese sumou(p);sumai(ok) / sumo(p);sumai(ok) / すもう(P);すまい(ok) Japanese (1) {sumo} sumo wrestling; (2) (abbreviation) {sumo} (See 相撲取り) wrestler; rikishi

腕相撲;腕ずもう

see styles
Japanese udezumou / udezumo / うでずもう Japanese (1) arm wrestling; Indian wrestling; (2) {sumo} wrestling relying on brute strength (of the arms), rather than skill

アーム・レスリング

see styles
Japanese aamu resuringu / amu resuringu / アーム・レスリング Japanese (1) arm wrestling; (noun or participle which takes the aux. verb suru) (2) to arm wrestle

スタンドレスリング

see styles
Japanese sutandoresuringu / スタンドレスリング Japanese stand wrestling

独り相撲;一人相撲

see styles
Japanese hitorizumou / hitorizumo / ひとりずもう Japanese (expression) (1) (yoji) fighting (tilting at) windmills; working oneself up even though there really isn't anything to fight at; (2) single-person mimicking a wrestling match

グラウンドレスリング

see styles
Japanese guraundoresuringu / グラウンドレスリング Japanese ground wrestling

スタンド・レスリング

see styles
Japanese sutando resuringu / スタンド・レスリング Japanese stand wrestling

ケーフェイ;ケッフェイ

see styles
Japanese keefei;keffei / keefe;keffe / ケーフェイ;ケッフェイ Japanese kayfabe (pro-wrestling)

剣ヶ峰;剣ケ峰;剣が峰

see styles
Japanese kengamine / けんがみね Japanese (1) rim of a volcano, esp. Mt. Fuji; (2) {sumo} wrestling ring; (3) dire or risky situation with no room for error; sink-or-swim position

タッグマッチ;タッグ・マッチ

see styles
Japanese taggumacchi;taggu macchi / タッグマッチ;タッグ・マッチ Japanese tag-team match (wrestling)

タップアウト;タップ・アウト

see styles
Japanese tappuauto;tappu auto / タップアウト;タップ・アウト Japanese (noun/participle) tap out (wrestling); tapping out

リングアウト;リング・アウト

see styles
Japanese ringuauto;ringu auto / リングアウト;リング・アウト Japanese {sports} being out of the ring (wrestling) (wasei: ring out)

12>

This page contains 100 results for "wrestling" in Chinese and/or Japanese.



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.
EDICT data is the property of the Electronic Dictionary Research and Development Group, and is used in conformance with the Group's license.

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).



Combined, these cover 355,969 Japanese, Chinese, and Buddhist characters, words, idioms, and short phrases.

Just because a word appears here does not mean it is appropriate for a tattoo, your business name, etc. Please consult a professional before doing anything stupid with this data.

We do offer Chinese and Japanese Tattoo Services. We'll also be happy to help you translate something for other purposes.

No warranty as to the correctness, potential vulgarity, or clarity is expressed or implied. We did not write any of these definitions (though we occasionally act as a contributor/editor to the CC-CEDICT project). You are using this dictionary for free, and you get what you pay for.

The following titles are just to help people who are searching for an Asian dictionary to find this page.

Japanese Kanji Dictionary

Free Asian Dictionary

Chinese Kanji Dictionary

Chinese Words Dictionary

Chinese Language Dictionary

Japanese Chinese Dictionary