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Mandarin lián / lian2
Taiwan lien
Japanese ren / れん    hachisu / はちす    hasu / はす
Chinese lotus
Japanese (out-dated or obsolete kana usage) (1) (kana only) sacred lotus (Nelumbo nucifera); Indian lotus; lotus; (2) rose of Sharon (Hibiscus syriacus); (kana only) sacred lotus (Nelumbo nucifera); Indian lotus; lotus; (surname, female given name) Ren; (place-name, surname) Hachisu; (surname, female given name) Hasu
puṇḍarīka, the lotus, especially the white lotus, Numphoea alba; padma, especially the Nelumbium speciosum; utpala, the Nymphoea coerulea, the blue lotus; kumuda, Nymphoea esculenta, white lotus, or N. rubra, red lotus; nīlotpala, N. cyanea, a blue lotus. The first four are called white, red, blue, and yellow lotuses; but the white lotus is generally meant unless otherwise specified.

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Mandarin jīn / jin1
Taiwan chin
Japanese kin / きん
 Vertical Wall Scroll
Chinese gold; chemical element Au; generic term for lustrous and ductile metals; money; golden; highly respected; one of the eight ancient musical instruments 八音[ba1 yin1]; surname Jin; surname Kim (Korean); Jurchen Jin dynasty (1115-1234)
Japanese (n,n-suf,adj-no) (1) gold (Au); golden (color); gold (medal, cup); (adj-no,n) (2) valuable; of highest value; (3) money; gold coin; (4) (abbreviation) (See 金曜) Friday; (5) (See 五行・1) metal (fourth of the five elements); (6) Jin (dynasty of China; 1115-1234 CE); (n,n-suf) (7) (abbreviation) {shogi} (See 金将) gold general; (8) (abbreviation) (colloquialism) (See 金玉・きんたま) testicles; (suf,ctr) (9) karat; carat; (personal name) Jin; (surname) Jiyon; (surname) Jun; (surname) Jiyai; (surname) Kon; (surname) Kintaka; (personal name) Kinji; (surname, female given name) Kin; (surname) Kiyon; (personal name) Kaneyuki; (personal name) Kanenori; (surname) Kanetaka; (personal name) Kaneshi; (personal name) Kanekatsu; (surname) Kane; (personal name) Kanuchi; (surname) Kanaya; (surname) Kanataka; (surname) Kanazaki; (surname) Kanasaki; (place-name, surname) Kana
hiraṇya, 伊爛拏 which means cold, any precious metal, semen, etc.; or 蘇伐刺 suvarṇa, which means "of a good or beautiful colour", "golden", "yellow", "gold", "a gold coin", etc. The Chinese means metal, gold, money.

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Mandarin huáng / huang2
Taiwan huang
Japanese kō
Chinese yellow; pornographic; to fall through; surname Huang or Hwang

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Japanese ki / き
 Vertical Wall Scroll
Japanese (noun or adjectival noun) yellow; (surname) Hon; (surname) Howan; (surname) Hou; (surname) Hoan; (surname) Fuen; (surname) Fuin; (surname) Fuan; (surname) Hiyon; (surname) Han; (surname) Shuu; (surname) Gou; (female given name) Kogane; (surname) Koukei; (surname, female given name) Kou; (surname) Ko; (female given name) Kii; (surname) Ki; (female given name) Katsumi; (surname) Ou; (surname) Uon; (surname) Ui

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Mandarin shī / shi1
Taiwan shih
Japanese buri;buri / ぶり;ブリ
Chinese Seriola qinqueradiata; yellow tail
Japanese (kana only) Japanese amberjack (species of yellowtail, Seriola quinqueradiata)


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Mandarin wǔ cǎi / wu3 cai3
Taiwan wu ts`ai / wu tsai
Japanese gosai / ごさい
Chinese five (main) colors (white, black, red, yellow, and blue); multicolored
Japanese the five colours: green, yellow, red, white and black; the five colors; five-coloured porcelain; five-colored porcelain; (female given name) Saaya; (personal name) Gosai


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Mandarin jiāng hé / jiang1 he2
Taiwan chiang ho
Japanese kouga / koga / こうが
Chinese Yangtze and Yellow rivers
Japanese Yangtze and Yellow rivers; large river; (surname) Egawa
great river(s)

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Mandarin lín / lin2
Taiwan lin
Chinese mythical animal, said to have yellow body and white tail

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Mandarin nài / nai4
Taiwan nai
Japanese nana / なな    na / な    dai / だい
Chinese how can one help
Japanese (female given name) Nana; (surname, female given name) Na; (surname) Dai
Remedy, alternative, how ? what ? a yellow plum; how? what?

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Mandarin mǎo / mao3
Taiwan mao
Chinese round yellow dirt mount (in the Northwest of China)

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Mandarin tǒu // tiǎo / tou3 // tiao3
Taiwan t`ou // t`iao / tou // tiao
Chinese yellow (archaic); (dialect) to exchange; to replace

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Mandarin/ zi3
Taiwan tzu
Japanese azusa;shi;azusa / あずさ;し;アズサ
Chinese Catalpa kaempferi; printing blocks
Japanese (1) (あずさ, アズサ only) (kana only) (See 夜糞峰榛) Japanese cherry birch (Betula grossa); (2) (あずさ, アズサ only) (See キササゲ) yellow catalpa (Catalpa ovata); (3) (あずさ, アズサ only) (See 赤芽柏・1) Japanese mallotus (Mallotus japonicus); (4) printing block; (5) (あずさ only) (abbreviation) (See 梓弓) catalpa bow; (6) (あずさ only) (abbreviation) (See 梓巫女) catalpa medium; (surname) Shin; (personal name) Shi; (female given name) Adzusa; (surname, female given name) Azusa; (female given name) Azu; (personal name) Agishi; (personal name) Agi; (personal name) Aki

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Mandarin qiū / qiu1
Taiwan ch`iu / chiu
Japanese hisagi / ひさぎ    shuu / shu / しゅう    saki / さき
Chinese Catalpa; Mallotus japonicus
Japanese (archaism) unknown plant species (perhaps Catalpa ovata or Mallotus japonicus); (kana only) yellow catalpa (Catalpa ovata); Chinese catalpa; (female given name) Hisagi; (given name) Shuu; (surname) Saki

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Mandarin/ he2
Taiwan ho
Japanese hoo;kawa / ホー;かわ
Chinese river; CL:條|条[tiao2],道[dao4]
Japanese {mahj} discarded tiles (chi:); discards; (surname) Ha; (surname) Kou; (place-name) Gawa; (surname) Ka
River (in north), canal (in south), especially the Yellow River in China and the Ganges 恒河in India.

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Mandarin yún / yun2
Taiwan yün
Chinese (yellow color)

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Mandarin xiāng / xiang1
Taiwan hsiang
Chinese light yellow color

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Mandarin xìng / xing4
Taiwan hsing
Chinese yellow floating heart (Nymphoides peltatum)

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Mandarin mái / mai2
Taiwan mai
Japanese bai / ばい
Chinese haze
Japanese (See 黄砂・こうさ・1) loess; yellow sand; bai; dust from the Yellow River region (China)

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Mandarin kǎn / kan3
Taiwan k`an / kan
Chinese yellow

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Mandarin shàn / shan4
Taiwan shan
Chinese Chinese yellow eel

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Mandarin tǒu / tou3
Taiwan t`ou / tou
Chinese a yellow color


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Japanese kui / クイ Japanese common yellow-toothed cavy (Galea musteloides); (place-name) Gui


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Mandarin zhōng yuán / zhong1 yuan2
Taiwan chung yüan
Japanese chuugen / chugen / ちゅうげん
Chinese Central Plain, the middle and lower regions of the Yellow river, including Henan, western Shandong, southern Shanxi and Hebei
Japanese middle of a field; middle of a country; field of contest; (surname) Nakaraha; (place-name, surname) Nakabaru; (place-name, surname) Nakabara; (place-name) Nakaharu; (place-name, surname) Nakahara


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Mandarin wǔ dì / wu3 di4
Taiwan wu ti
Japanese gotai
Chinese Five Emperors from legendary times; possibly tribal leaders before the historiographers got working on them; usually taken to be Yellow Emperor 黃帝|黄帝[Huang2 di4] and four of his sons Zhuan Xu 顓頊|颛顼[Zhuan1 Xu1], Di Ku 帝嚳|帝喾[Di4 Ku4], Tang Yao 唐堯|唐尧[Tang2 Yao2], Yu Shun 虞舜[Yu2 Shun4]
five emperors


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Mandarin wǔ sè / wu3 se4
Taiwan wu se
Japanese goshiki;goshoku / ごしき;ごしょく
Chinese multi-colored; the rainbow; garish
Japanese (1) five colors (usu. red, blue, yellow, white and black); five colours; (can be adjective with の) (2) many kinds; varied; (3) (See 瓜) melon; gourd; (place-name, surname) Goshiki
The five primary colors, also called 五正色 (or 五大色): 靑 blue, 黃 yellow, 赤 red, 白 white, 黑 black. The 五間色 or compound colors are 緋 crimson, 紅, scarlet, 紫 purple, 綠 green, 磂黃 brown. The two sets correspond to the cardinal points as follows: east, blue and green; west, white, and crimson; south, red and scarlet; north, black and purple; and center, yellow and brown. The five are permutated in various ways to represent various ideas; five colors



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Mandarin cāng jié / cang1 jie2
Taiwan ts`ang chieh / tsang chieh
Chinese Cang Jie, legendary scribe of the Yellow Emperor and creator of Chinese writing; Cangjie input method (computing)


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Mandarin jiàn tuó / jian4 tuo2
Taiwan chien t`o / chien to
Japanese kenda
健杜; 健達 gandha, smell, scent; a tree producing incense; the first and last also mean (as do 乾陀 and 乾馱) kaṣāya, a colour composed of red and yellow, the monk's robe, but the sounds agree better with kanthā, the patch-robe. Also used for skandha, v. 塞建陀, the five constituents; also for gandharvas, v. 乾闥婆.



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Mandarin nèi jīng / nei4 jing1
Taiwan nei ching
Japanese naikyō
Chinese abbr. for 黃帝內經|黄帝内经[Huang2 di4 Nei4 jing1], Yellow Emperor's Internal Canon, medical text c. 300 BC
inner scriptures


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Mandarin xíng tiān / xing2 tian1
Taiwan hsing t`ien / hsing tien
Chinese Xingtian, headless giant hero of Chinese mythology decapitated by the Yellow Emperor 黃帝|黄帝[Huang2 di4]


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Mandarin jiā shā / jia1 sha1
Taiwan chia sha
Japanese kasha
Chinese Gaza; same as 加沙地帶|加沙地带[Jia1 sha1 di4 dai4], the Gaza strip
迦沙; 袈裟 kaṣāya, a colour composed of red and yellow, i. e. brown, described as a mixed colour, but 加沙野 is defined as 赤 red.


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Mandarin běi fāng / bei3 fang1
Taiwan pei fang
Japanese hoppou / hoppo / ほっぽう
Chinese north; the northern part a country; China north of the Yellow River
Japanese (noun - becomes adjective with の) northern (district); northward; (place-name) Botsuke; (surname) Hotsupou; (surname) Hoppou; (place-name, surname) Kitagata; (place-name, surname) Kitakata
northern direction


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Mandarin lǎ ma / la3 ma5
Taiwan la ma
Japanese rama / らま
Chinese lama, spiritual teacher in Tibetan Buddhism
Japanese (ateji / phonetic) (kana only) lama (tib: bla-ma)
Lama, the Lamaistic form of Buddhism found chiefly in Tibet, and Mongolia, and the smaller Himālayan States. In Tibet it is divided into two schools, the older one wearing red robes, the later, which was founded by Tson-kha-pa in the fifteenth century, wearing yellow; its chiefs are the Dalai Lama and the Panchen Lama, respectively.


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Mandarin sì guǒ / si4 guo3
Taiwan ssu kuo
Japanese shika
The four phala, i. e. fruitions, or rewards — srota-āpanna-phala, sakradāgāmi-phala, anāgāmiphala, arhat-phala, i. e. four grades of saintship; see 須陀洹; 斯陀含, 阿那含, and 阿離漢. The four titles are also applied to four grades of śramaṇas— yellow and blue flower śramaṇas, lotus śramaṇas, meek śramaṇas, and ultra-meek śramaṇas; four realizations


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Mandarin sì huā / si4 hua1
Taiwan ssu hua
Japanese shike
The four (divine) flowers— mandāra, mahāmandāra, mañjūṣaka, and mahāmañjūṣaka. Also, puṇḍarīka, utpala, padma, and kumuda or white, blue, red, and yellow lotuses; four flowers



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Mandarin sì lún / si4 lun2
Taiwan ssu lun
Japanese yonrin / よんりん
Japanese (can be adjective with の) four-wheeled
The four wheels or circles: (1) 大地四輪 the four on which the earth rests, wind (or air), water, metal, and space. (2) Four images with wheels, yellow associated with metal or gold, white with water, red with fire, and black with wind. (3) The four dhyāni-buddhas, 金剛輪 Akṣobhya; 寳輪 Ratnasaṃbhava; 法輪 Amitābha; 羯磨輪 Amoghasiddhi. (4) Also the four metals, gold, silver, copper, iron, of the cakravartin kings.



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Mandarin huài nà / huai4 na4
Taiwan huai na
Japanese enō
yellow-brown robe; yellow-brown robe



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Mandarin duō luō / duo1 luo1
Taiwan to lo
Japanese tara / たら
Japanese (1) (abbreviation) (See 多羅樹) palmyra; (2) (abbreviation) (See 多羅葉) lusterleaf holly; (3) patra (silver incense dish placed in front of a Buddhist statue); (surname, female given name) Tara
tārā, in the sense of starry, or scintillation; Tāla, for the fan-palm; Tara, from 'to pass over', a ferry, etc. Tārā, starry, piercing, the eye, the pupil; the last two are both Sanskrit and Chinese definitions; it is a term applied to certain female deities and has been adopted especially by Tibetan Buddhism for certain devīs of the Tantric school. The origin of the term is also ascribed to tar meaning 'to cross', i. e. she who aids to cross the sea of mortality. Getty, 19-27. The Chinese derivation is the eye; the tara devīs; either as śakti or independent, are little known outside Lamaism. Tāla is the palmyra, or fan-palm, whose leaves are used for writing and known as 具多 Pei-to, pattra. The tree is described as 70 or 80 feet high, with fruit like yellow rice-seeds; the borassus eabelliformis; a measure of 70 feet. Taras, from to cross over, also means a ferry, and a bank, or the other shore. Also 呾囉; a palm [leaf ; tree]


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Mandarin dà hé / da4 he2
Taiwan ta ho
Japanese taiga / たいが
Chinese large river (esp the Yellow River)
Japanese (See 大川) large river; (surname, female given name) Taiga; (surname) Taika; (place-name) Ookou; (surname) Oogawa; (place-name, surname) Ookawa; (place-name) Ooka
great river


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Mandarin tiān shí / tian1 shi2
Taiwan t`ien shih / tien shih
Japanese tenjiki
sudhā, food of the gods sweet dew, ambrosia, nectar; blue, yellow, red, and white in colour, white for the higher ranks, the other colours for the lower; divine nourishment



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Mandarin jiāo huáng / jiao1 huang2
Taiwan chiao huang
Chinese tender yellow



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Mandarin zhái jīng / zhai2 jing1
Taiwan chai ching
Chinese The Yellow Emperor's Classic on the Feng Shui of Dwellings


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Japanese yamabuki / やまぶき Japanese (1) kerria (Kerria japonica); Japanese yellow rose; (2) (abbreviation) bright golden yellow; (3) gold coin; (p,s,f) Yamabuki



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Mandarin cuī hào / cui1 hao4
Taiwan ts`ui hao / tsui hao
Chinese Cui Hao (-754), Tang dynasty poet and author of poem Yellow Crane Tower 黃鶴樓|黄鹤楼



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Mandarin dì kù / di4 ku4
Taiwan ti k`u / ti ku
Chinese Di Ku or Emperor Ku, one of Five legendary Emperors 五帝[wu3 di4], great-grandson of Yellow Emperor 黃帝|黄帝[Huang2 di4]



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Mandarin zhāng bǎo / zhang1 bao3
Taiwan chang pao
Chinese Zhang Bao (-184), leader of the Yellow Turban rebels during the late Han 漢朝|汉朝[Han4 chao2]



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Mandarin zhāng jué / zhang1 jue2
Taiwan chang chüeh
Japanese choukaku / chokaku / ちょうかく
Chinese Zhang Jue (-184), leader of the Yellow turban rebels during the late Han
Japanese (person) Zhang Jiao (?-184 CE)


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Mandarin xún shǐ / xun2 shi3
Taiwan hsün shih
Chinese comet from Saturn, traditionally described as yellow; evil omen


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Mandarin nuǎn sè / nuan3 se4
Taiwan nuan se
Japanese danshoku / だんしょく
Chinese warm color (arch.); esp. yellow, orange or red
Japanese warm colour; warm color


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Japanese akebonoiro / あけぼのいろ Japanese salmon (color, colour); pink with a yellow tinge


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Mandarin yuè zhī / yue4 zhi1
Taiwan yüeh chih
Japanese gesshi / げっし
Chinese Tokhara; Tokharians (historic people of central Asia)
Japanese Yuezhi; Rouzhi; an ancient Central Asian people
(月支國) The Yuezhi, or 'Indo-Scythians', 月氏 (國) and a country they at one time occupied, i. e. 都貨羅 Tukhara, Tokharestan, or Badakshan. Driven out from the northern curve of the Yellow River by the Huns, circa 165 B. C., they conquered Bactria 大夏, the Punjab, Kashmir, 'and the greater part of India. ' Their expulsion from the north of Shansi was the cause of the famous journey of Zhangqian of the Han dynasty and the beginning of Chinese expansion to the north-west. Kanishka, king of the Yuezhi towards the end of the first century A. D., became the great protector and propagator of Buddhism.


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Japanese kuchiba / くちば    kuchiha / くちは    kyuuyou / kyuyo / きゅうよう Japanese (1) decayed leaves; (noun - becomes adjective with の) (2) (abbreviation) russet; tawny; yellow-brown; (surname) Kuchiba; (female given name) Kuchiha; (given name) Kyuuyou


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Mandarin zhè páo / zhe4 pao2
Taiwan che p`ao / che pao
Chinese imperial yellow robe



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Mandarin zhè huáng / zhe4 huang2
Taiwan che huang
Chinese yellow dye made from the bark of the 柘[zhe4] tree


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Japanese kuwairo / くわいろ Japanese light yellow



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Mandarin yáng yè / yang2 ye4
Taiwan yang yeh
Japanese yōshō
Wi11ow leaves, e.g. yellow willow leaves given to a child as golden leaves to stop its crying, a parallel to the Buddha's opportune methods of teaching; willow-leaves


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Mandarin yú wǎng / yu2 wang3
Taiwan yü wang
Chinese Yuwang (c. 2000 BC), last of the legendary Flame Emperors 炎帝[Yan2 di4], defeated by the Yellow Emperor 黄帝[Huang2 di4]


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Japanese kabairo / かばいろ Japanese reddish yellow



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Mandarin chéng huáng / cheng2 huang2
Taiwan ch`eng huang / cheng huang
Chinese orange yellow; tangerine yellow; chrome yellow


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Japanese mouuri;mauri;mouui;mooui / mouri;mauri;moui;mooi / もううり;まうり;もううい;モーウイ Japanese (もううり is the Okinawan pronunciation) Okinawan yellow cucumber


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Mandarin hé bó / he2 bo2
Taiwan ho po
Japanese kawanokami / かわのかみ    kahaku / かはく
Chinese name or river God associated with Yellow river
Japanese river god; (1) kappa (mythical water-dwelling creature); (2) river god
river god


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Mandarin hé tào / he2 tao4
Taiwan ho t`ao / ho tao
Chinese river bend; the Great Bend of the Yellow River in Inner Mongolia


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Mandarin hé xī / he2 xi1
Taiwan ho hsi
Japanese kouzai / kozai / こうざい    kawanishi / かわにし    kawasai / かわさい    kanishi / かにし    kasei / kase / かせい    kasai / かさい
Chinese land west of the Yellow river; Shaanxi, Qinghai and Gansu provinces
Japanese (surname) Kouzai; (place-name, surname) Kawanishi; (place-name) Kawasai; (surname) Kanishi; (personal name) Kasei; (place-name, surname) Kasai


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Japanese yushoku;yuushoku / yushoku;yushoku / ゆしょく;ゆうしょく    aburairo / あぶらいろ Japanese coating a painting with a layer of transparent oil; color of rapeseed oil; clear yellow with a red tinge


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Japanese habu / はぶ Japanese (kana only) habu (Trimeresurus flavoviridis); yellow-spotted pit viper


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Japanese asagi / あさぎ Japanese light yellow; (surname, female given name) Asagi; (female given name) Asaki; (surname) Asao



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Mandarin dàn huáng / dan4 huang2
Taiwan tan huang
Chinese light yellow


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Mandarin huái hé / huai2 he2
Taiwan huai ho
Chinese Huai River, main river of east China, between the Yellow River 黃河|黄河[Huang2 He2] and the Changjiang 長江|长江[Chang2 Jiang1]


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Mandarin huáng shuǐ / huang2 shui3
Taiwan huang shui
Chinese Huangshui River, upper reaches of the Yellow River 黃河|黄河[Huang2 He2], flowing through Qinghai and Gansu



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Mandarin jiāo huáng / jiao1 huang2
Taiwan chiao huang
Chinese sallow; yellow and withered; sickly


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Mandarin xióng fēng / xiong2 feng1
Taiwan hsiung feng
Japanese kumabachi;kumabachi / くまばち;クマバチ
Chinese bumblebee
Japanese (1) Japanese carpenter bee (Xylocopa appendiculata circumvolans); (2) (colloquialism) (See 熊ん蜂・2) wasp; hornet; yellow jacket



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Mandarin xuán huáng / xuan2 huang2
Taiwan hsüan huang
Japanese genkō
black and yellow; black and yellow


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Japanese genkou / genko / げんこう Japanese (obscure) black and yellow silk (offered to gods); heaven and earth


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Mandarin gān dān / gan1 dan1
Taiwan kan tan
Japanese Kantan
Dgahldan, the monastery of the yellow sect 30 miles north-east of Lhasa 拉薩, built by Tsoṅ-kha-pa.


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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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Mandarin zhān xún / zhan1 xun2
Taiwan chan hsün
Japanese senjun
(瞻旬迦) campa, campaka, a yellow fragrant flower, Michelia champaka; also 瞻波; 瞻婆; 瞻博 (瞻博迦); 睒婆; 占婆; 旃波迦, etc.


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Mandarin sī duō / si1 duo1
Taiwan ssu to
Japanese shita
私陀; 悉陀; 徒多; 枲多 Sītā. Described as the 'cold' river; one of the four great rivers flowing from the Anavatpta or Anavadata Lake 阿耨達池 in Tibet. One account makes it 'an eastern outflux' which subsequently becomes the Yellow River. It is also said to issue from the west. Again, 'the Ganges flows eastward, the Indus south, Vatsch (Oxus) west, Sītā north.' Vatsch = Vākṣu. 'According to Xuanzang, however, it is the northern outflux of the Sirikol [Sarikkol] Lake (Lat. 38°20′N., Long. 74°E.) now called Yarkand daria, which flows into Lake Lop, thence underneath the desert of Gobi, and reappears as the source of the Huanghe.' Eitel. According to Richard, the Huanghe 'rises a little above two neighbouring lakes of Khchara (Charingnor) and Khnora (Oring-nor). Both are connected by a channel and are situated at an elevation of 14,000 feet. It may perhaps be at first confounded with Djaghing-gol, a river 110 miles long, which flows from the south and empties into the channel joining the two lakes'.


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Japanese beniaka / べにあか Japanese (1) bright red tinged with yellow; (2) (See 川越芋) variety of sweet potato with red skin and sweet yellow flesh (product of the Kawagoe region)


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Japanese kousetsu / kosetsu / こうせつ Japanese (See 赤雪) red snow (due to microscopic algae, yellow sand, etc.); (given name) Kousetsu



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Mandarin jiǎo shì / jiao3 shi4
Taiwan chiao shih
Japanese kyōjiki
Adorned or robed in grey, a mixture of black and yellow; adorned in a mixed color


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Mandarin jié ní / jie2 ni2
Taiwan chieh ni
Japanese kani
(羯尼迦) kanaka, gold; name of several yellow plants, e.g. thorn apple; Butea frondosa; a species of sandalwood, etc.


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Mandarin hú fēng / hu2 feng1
Taiwan hu feng
Japanese suzumebachi / すずめばち
Chinese wasp; hornet
Japanese (1) (kana only) hornet; yellow jacket; wasp (of subfamily Vespinae); (2) (kana only) Asian giant hornet (Vespa mandarinia); yak-killer hornet


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Mandarin huā diāo / hua1 diao1
Taiwan hua tiao
Chinese Shaoxing yellow wine



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Mandarin huā huáng / hua1 huang2
Taiwan hua huang
Chinese yellow flower (cosmetic powder used on women's forehead in former times)


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Mandarin chá jīng / cha2 jing1
Taiwan ch`a ching / cha ching
Chinese yellow quartz; topaz


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Mandarin xìng cài / xing4 cai4
Taiwan hsing ts`ai / hsing tsai
Chinese yellow floating heart (Nymphoides peltatum)


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Japanese kabairo / かばいろ Japanese reddish yellow



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Mandarin cāng huáng / cang1 huang2
Taiwan ts`ang huang / tsang huang
Chinese greenish yellow; sallow (pale or yellow complexion); variant of 倉皇|仓皇[cang1 huang2]



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Mandarin cōng huáng / cong1 huang2
Taiwan ts`ung huang / tsung huang
Chinese yellow green


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Japanese aizuri / あいずり Japanese (irregular okurigana usage) (1) ukiyo-e print produced with various shades of indigo (and sometimes small amounts of vermilion or yellow); (2) staining a pattern on fabric or paper by rubbing it with indigo leaves


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Japanese aie / あいえ Japanese (See 藍摺り・1) ukiyo-e print produced with various shades of indigo (and sometimes small amounts of vermilion or yellow)


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Mandarin jiā shā / jia1 sha1
Taiwan chia sha
Japanese kesa / けさ
Chinese kasaya, a patchwork outer vestment worn by a Buddhist monk
Japanese (1) {Buddh} kasaya; monk's stole; (2) (abbreviation) (See 袈裟懸け・1) wearing an article of clothing in the same manner as a kasaya (i.e. draped over one shoulder); (female given name) Kesa
kaṣāya, the monk's robe, or cassock. The word is intp. as decayed, impure (in colour), dyed, not of primary colour, so as to distinguish it from the normal white dress of the people. The patch-robe, v. 二十五條. A dyed robe 'of a colour composed of red and yellow' (M. W. ); it has a number of poetic names, e. g. robe of patience, or endurance. Also 迦沙曳 (迦邏沙曳).


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Mandarin xī hǎi / xi1 hai3
Taiwan hsi hai
Japanese nishimi / にしみ    nishigai / にしがい    nishikai / にしかい    nishiumi / にしうみ    seimi / semi / せいみ    seikai / sekai / せいかい    saimi / さいみ    saikai / さいかい    eshiumi / えしうみ
Chinese Yellow Sea (Korean term)
Japanese (surname, female given name) Nishimi; (surname) Nishigai; (surname) Nishikai; (place-name, surname) Nishiumi; (female given name) Seimi; (surname) Seikai; (female given name) Saimi; (place-name, surname) Saikai; (surname) Eshiumi


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Japanese akamouui;akamouuri;akauri;mouui / akamoui;akamouri;akauri;moui / あかもううい;あかもううり;あかうり;もううい Japanese (See 毛瓜) Okinawan yellow cucumber


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Japanese sekisetsu;akayuki / せきせつ;あかゆき Japanese red snow (due to microscopic algae, yellow sand, etc.)



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Mandarin xuān yuán / xuan1 yuan2
Taiwan hsüan yüan
Chinese two-character surname Xuanyuan; Xuan Yuan, personal name of Huangdi, the Yellow Emperor 黃帝|黄帝[Huang2 di4]



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Mandarin liáo dōng / liao2 dong1
Taiwan liao tung
Japanese ryaoton / りゃおとん
Chinese Liaodong peninsula between Bohai 渤海 and Yellow sea; east and south of Liaoning province; east of Liao river 遼河|辽河
Japanese (place-name) Ryaoton


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Japanese nojiko / のじこ Japanese (kana only) Japanese yellow bunting (Emberiza sulphurata)


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Japanese kinmou / kinmo / きんもう Japanese (noun - becomes adjective with の) golden fur; yellow hair; (surname) Kanege



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Mandarin jīn huáng / jin1 huang2
Taiwan chin huang
Chinese golden yellow; golden



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Mandarin yín xìng / yin2 xing4
Taiwan yin hsing
Japanese ginnan;ginnan / ぎんなん;ギンナン
Chinese ginkgo (tree with fan-shaped leaves and yellow seeds); maidenhair tree
Japanese (See 銀杏・いちょう) ginkgo nut; gingko nut; (surname) Ginnan; (f,p) Ichou

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


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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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