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Bald in Chinese / Japanese...

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Black Eagle / Condor

China jiù
Japan washi
Black Eagle / Condor

鷲 is the way to write black eagle, or condor in Chinese. It means eagle (sometimes vulture) in Japanese Kanji. 鷲 hasn't been in common use in Korean for hundreds of years, so it's hard to say what bird it represented in old Korean Hanja.

There are other multi-character words which express different specific species of birds of prey (bald eagle, osprey, golden eagle, etc).


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Below are some entries from our dictionary that may match your bald search...

Characters

If shown, 2nd row is Simp. Chinese

Pronunciation
Romanization
Simple Dictionary Definition

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Mandarin/ wu4
Taiwan wu
Chinese cut off the feet; rising to a height; towering; bald; surname Wu

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Mandarin/ tu1
Taiwan t`u / tu
Chinese old variant of 禿|秃[tu1]; bald

禿


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Mandarin/ tu1
Taiwan t`u / tu
Japanese hage / はげ    toku / とく    kamuro / かむろ    kaburu / かぶる    inazuka / いなずか
Chinese bald; blunt
Japanese (1) baldness; bald head; (2) (derogatory term) (kana only) idiot; moron; (1) baldness; bald head; (2) children's hairstyle of short untied hair; children with short untied hair; (3) young girl working as a servant for a high-class prostitute (Edo period); (4) (derogatory term) (kana only) idiot; moron; (surname) Hage; (surname) Toku; (surname, given name) Kamuro; (surname) Kaburu; (surname) Inazuka
Bald.

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Mandarin kūn / kun1
Taiwan k`un / kun
Chinese scalping; to make the head bald (as corporal punishment)

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Mandarin/ li4
Taiwan li
Chinese bald; scabby

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Mandarin/ la4
Taiwan la
Chinese bald; scabby

ハゲ

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Japanese hage / ハゲ Japanese (1) baldness; bald head; (2) (derogatory term) (kana only) idiot; moron

兀頭

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Japanese kottou / kotto / こっとう Japanese (1) (archaism) (See 禿頭・1) bald head; (2) (archaism) (See 禿頭・2) baldness

兀鷹


兀鹰

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Mandarin wù yīng / wu4 ying1
Taiwan wu ying
Japanese hagetaka / はげたか
Chinese bald eagle
Japanese (kana only) (colloquialism) vulture

光光

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Mandarin guāng guāng / guang1 guang1
Taiwan kuang kuang
Chinese bright; shiny; smooth; naked; bald; penniless

光頭


光头

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Mandarin guāng tóu / guang1 tou2
Taiwan kuang t`ou / kuang tou
Japanese koutou / koto / こうとう
Chinese shaven head; bald head; to go bareheaded; hatless
Japanese bald-headed; (surname) Kouzu

入道

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Mandarin rù dào / ru4 dao4
Taiwan ju tao
Japanese nyuudou / nyudo / にゅうどう
Chinese to enter the Way; to become a Daoist
Japanese (1) {Buddh} entering the priesthood; priest; monk; (2) man with a shaven head; (3) bald-headed monster; (given name) Nyuudou; (surname) Irimichi
To become a monk, 出家入道; to leave home and enter the Way.

沼杉

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Japanese numasugi;numasugi / ぬますぎ;ヌマスギ Japanese (See 落羽松) bald Cypress (Taxodium distichum)

濯濯

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Mandarin zhuó zhuó / zhuo2 zhuo2
Taiwan cho cho
Chinese bare and bald (of mountains); bright and brilliant; fat and sleek

禿げ

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Japanese hage / はげ Japanese (1) baldness; bald head; (2) (derogatory term) (kana only) idiot; moron

禿子

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Mandarin tū zi / tu1 zi5
Taiwan t`u tzu / tu tzu
Japanese hiku / ひく    tokushi / とくし
Chinese bald-headed person; baldy
Japanese (surname) Hiku; (surname) Tokushi

禿山

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Japanese mokuzan / もくざん    tokuzan / とくざん Japanese (irregular okurigana usage) bald mountain; denuded mountain; bare hill; treeless hill; (given name) Mokuzan; (given name) Tokuzan

禿瓢

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Mandarin tū piáo / tu1 piao2
Taiwan t`u p`iao / tu piao
Chinese bald head (colloquial)

禿頂

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Mandarin tū dǐng / tu1 ding3
Taiwan t`u ting / tu ting
Chinese bald head

禿頭

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Mandarin tū tóu / tu1 tou2
Taiwan t`u t`ou / tu tou
Japanese hageatama / はげあたま    tokutou / tokuto / とくとう
Chinese baldness
Japanese (noun - becomes adjective with の) (1) bald head; (2) baldness

禿驢

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Mandarin tū lǘ / tu1 lu:2
Taiwan t`u lü / tu lü
Chinese Buddhist monk (mocking); lit. bald donkey

禿鷹

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Mandarin tū yīng / tu1 ying1
Taiwan t`u ying / tu ying
Japanese hagetaka / はげたか
Chinese condor; bald eagle
Japanese (kana only) (colloquialism) vulture

謝頂

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Mandarin xiè dǐng / xie4 ding3
Taiwan hsieh ting
Chinese to go bald

はげ山

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Japanese hageyama / はげやま Japanese bald mountain; denuded mountain; bare hill; treeless hill

はげ頭

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Japanese hageatama / はげあたま Japanese (noun - becomes adjective with の) (1) bald head; (2) baldness

ハゲる

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Japanese hageru / ハゲる Japanese (v1,vi) (1) (kana only) to lose hair; to become bald; (2) to become bare (e.g. a mountain becomes bare of trees)

一禿乘


一秃乘

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Mandarin yī tū chéng / yi1 tu1 cheng2
Taiwan i t`u ch`eng / i tu cheng
Japanese ichitoku jō
A bald-pated "vehicle'— an unproductive monk or disciple; a bald-pated vehicle

丸坊主

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Japanese marubouzu / marubozu / まるぼうず Japanese close-cropped head; bald hill

光禿禿


光秃秃

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Mandarin guāng tū tū / guang1 tu1 tu1
Taiwan kuang t`u t`u / kuang tu tu
Chinese bald; bare

大入道

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Japanese oonyuudou / oonyudo / おおにゅうどう Japanese large, bald-headed monster; a giant; (place-name) Oonyuudou

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The following table may be helpful for those studying Chinese or Japanese...

Title CharactersRomaji(Romanized Japanese)Various forms of Romanized Chinese
Black Eagle
Condor

washijiù / jiu4 / jiuchiu
In some entries above you will see that characters have different versions above and below a line.
In these cases, the characters above the line are Traditional Chinese, while the ones below are Simplified Chinese.



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