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Breathe

China hū xī
Japan ko kyuu
Breathe

This breathe, breathing or breath in Chinese characters, old Korean Hanja and Japanese Kanji.

These two characters literally mean to exhale and inhale. Maybe this will remind you to, "just breathe."

Life in Every Breath

China shēng huó zhōng de měi yī cì hū xī
Life in Every Breath

This means, "life in every breath" in Chinese.

This phrase is more like "every breath in life," as if it's a quantity of breaths that makes up your life.


There are many ways to understand this phrase in English, so this is one of a few ways it could be translated into Chinese. If you're looking for a different meaning, post a on the Chinese Calligraphy Question Forum.

Life in Every Breath

Japan hakuiki hitotsu nimo seimei ga yadori
Life in Every Breath

This means, "life in every breath" in Japanese.

This phrase is more like "every single breath as you live and dwell."

The characters breakdown this way:
吐く息 (hakuiki) to breathe; exhaled air; one's breath; breathing.
一つ (hitotsu) one; only; just.
にも (nimo) also; too; as well; even.
生命 (seimei) life; existence; living.
が (ga) particle.
宿り (yadori) to lodge; to dwell; lodging; abode; shelter.


Note: Because this selection contains some special Japanese Hiragana characters, it should be written by a Japanese calligrapher.


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Characters

If shown, 2nd row is Simp. Chinese

Pronunciation
Romanization
Simple Dictionary Definition

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Mandarin/ yu4
Taiwan
Japanese yoku / よく
Chinese to wish for; to desire; variant of 慾|欲[yu4]
Japanese greed; craving; desire; avarice; wants; (surname) Yoku
rājas, passion. Also kāma, desire, love. The Chinese word means to breathe after, aspire to, desire, and is also used as 慾 for lust, passion; it is inter alia intp. as 染愛塵 tainted with the dust (or dirt) of love, or lust. The three desires are for beauty, demeanour, and softness; the five are those of the five physical senses.

吸入

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Mandarin xī rù / xi1 ru4
Taiwan hsi ju
Japanese kyuunyuu / kyunyu / きゅうにゅう
Life in Every Breath
Chinese to breathe in; to suck in; to inhale
Japanese (n,vs,adj-no) inhalation

呼吸

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Mandarin hū xī / hu1 xi1
Taiwan hu hsi
Japanese kokyuu / kokyu / こきゅう
Life in Every Breath
Chinese to breathe
Japanese (noun/participle) (1) breathing; respiration; (2) knack; trick; secret (of doing something); (3) harmony; balance; synchronization; accord; (4) (See 一呼吸) short interval; short pause
Exhale and inhale; to exhale and inhale

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Mandarin/ xi1
Taiwan hsi
Japanese kyū
Chinese to breathe; to suck in; to absorb; to inhale
To suck up, inhale; to inhale

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Mandarin/ xu1
Taiwan hsü
Chinese breathe on; yawn; roar

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Mandarin ā / a1
Taiwan a
Japanese ka / しかり
Chinese expel breath; my goodness; variant of 啊[a1]
Japanese scolding
he, ko. Breathe out, yawn, scold; ha, laughter; used for 訶 and 阿; to criticize

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Mandarin/ hu1
Taiwan hu
Japanese ko / こ
Chinese to call; to cry; to shout; to breath out; to exhale
Japanese (surname) Ko
Call; breathe out.

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Mandarin/ xu3
Taiwan hsü
Chinese to breathe upon

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Mandarin/ xi1
Taiwan hsi
Japanese iki(p);oki(ok) / いき(P);おき(ok)
Chinese breath; news; interest (on an investment or loan); to cease; to stop; to rest; Taiwan pr. [xi2]
Japanese (1) breath; breathing; (2) (See 息が合う) tone; mood; (personal name) Yasumu; (given name) Yasu; (surname, female given name) Iki
To breathe; breath; rest, stop, settle, cease; produce, interest; to calm down

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Mandarin/ xu1
Taiwan hsü
Chinese to blow or breathe upon to smile

出息

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Mandarin chū xī / chu1 xi1
Taiwan ch`u hsi / chu hsi
Japanese shussoku
Chinese future prospects; profit; to mature; to grow up; to yield interest, profit etc; to exhale (Buddhism)
To breathe out; to exhale

吐く

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Japanese haku / はく    tsuku / つく Japanese (transitive verb) (1) to vomit; to throw up; to spit up; (2) to emit; to send forth; to breathe out; (3) to give (an opinion); to make (a comment); to express; to tell; (4) to confess; (transitive verb) (1) (kana only) to breathe out; to breathe; (2) (kana only) to tell (a lie); to use (foul language); (3) (kana only) (See 吐く・はく・1) to vomit; to throw up; to spit up

吸う

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Japanese suu / su / すう Japanese (transitive verb) (1) to smoke; to breathe in; to inhale; (2) to suck; to sip; to slurp; (3) to absorb; to soak up; (4) to kiss

吸氧

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Mandarin xī yǎng / xi1 yang3
Taiwan hsi yang
Chinese to breathe; to absorb oxygen

吸進


吸进

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Mandarin xī jìn / xi1 jin4
Taiwan hsi chin
Chinese to inhale; to breathe in

呼出

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Mandarin hū chū / hu1 chu1
Taiwan hu ch`u / hu chu
Japanese yobidashi / よびだし
Chinese to exhale; to breathe out
Japanese (irregular okurigana usage) (noun/participle) (1) call; summons; paging; curtain call; (2) (sumo) usher who calls the names of wrestlers, sweeps the ring, etc.; (3) (abbreviation) telephone number at which a person without a telephone can be reached; (4) (archaism) box-shaped area containing clean water for rinsing oneself (in an Edo-period bathhouse); (5) (archaism) high-ranking prostitute in the Yoshiwara district (Edo period); (6) (archaism) unlicensed prostitute in the Fukagawa red-light district (Edo period)

呼氣


呼气

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Mandarin hū qì / hu1 qi4
Taiwan hu ch`i / hu chi
Chinese to breathe out

喘ぐ

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Japanese aegu / あえぐ Japanese (v5g,vi) (1) to gasp; breathe hard; (2) to suffer; to struggle

喘氣


喘气

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Mandarin chuǎn qì / chuan3 qi4
Taiwan ch`uan ch`i / chuan chi
Chinese to breathe deeply; to pant

喫う

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Japanese suu / su / すう Japanese (transitive verb) (1) to smoke; to breathe in; to inhale; (2) to suck; to sip; to slurp; (3) to absorb; to soak up; (4) to kiss

嚥氣


咽气

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Mandarin yàn qì / yan4 qi4
Taiwan yen ch`i / yen chi
Chinese to die; to breathe one's last

斷氣


断气

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Mandarin duàn qì / duan4 qi4
Taiwan tuan ch`i / tuan chi
Chinese to stop breathing; to breathe one's last; to die; to cut the gas supply

盯住

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Mandarin dīng zhù / ding1 zhu4
Taiwan ting chu
Chinese to watch sb closely; to breathe down sb's neck; to mark (sports)

透氣

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Mandarin tòu qì / tou4 qi4
Taiwan t`ou ch`i / tou chi
Chinese to flow freely (of air); to ventilate; to breathe (of fabric etc); to take a breath of fresh air; to divulge

吸込む

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Japanese suikomu / すいこむ Japanese (transitive verb) (1) to inhale; to breathe in; to suck up; to imbibe; (2) to absorb; to soak up

吹込む

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Japanese fukikomu / ふきこむ Japanese (v5m,vi,vt) (1) to blow into; to breathe into; (transitive verb) (2) to inspire; to indoctrinate; (3) to record (music, video, etc.)

喘不過


喘不过

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Mandarin chuǎn bu guò / chuan3 bu5 guo4
Taiwan ch`uan pu kuo / chuan pu kuo
Chinese to be unable to breathe easily

息づく

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Japanese ikizuku / いきづく Japanese (v5k,vi) (1) to breathe (heavily); to pant; to gasp; to sigh; (2) to live

息吹く

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Japanese ibuku / いぶく    ifuku / いふく Japanese (out-dated or obsolete kana usage) (v5k,vi) to breathe

息衝く

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Japanese ikizuku / いきづく Japanese (v5k,vi) to breathe (heavily); to pant; to gasp; to sigh

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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
Breathe呼吸ko kyuu / kokyuu / ko kyu / kokyuhū xī / hu1 xi1 / hu xi / huxihu hsi / huhsi
Life in Every Breath生活中的每一次呼吸shēng huó zhōng de měi yī cì hū xī
sheng1 huo2 zhong1 de mei3 yi1 ci4 hu1 xi1
sheng huo zhong de mei yi ci hu xi
sheng huo chung te mei i tz`u hu hsi
sheng huo chung te mei i tzu hu hsi
Life in Every Breath吐く息一つにも生命が宿りhakuiki hitotsu nimo seimei ga yadori



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