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Cha2 in Chinese / Japanese...

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  1. Tea

  2. Becca

  3. Chad

  4. Charleen

  5. Charlene

  6. Charley

  7. Charlie

  8. Charly

  9. Chas

10. Chuck

11. Concha

12. Nica

13. Police

14. Richard

15. Tea Fate

16. Tea Pot

17. The Way of Tea

18. Arancha

19. Chapman

20. Charles

21. Charlize

22. Chaz

23. Maritsa

24. State of Anarchy

25. Charlton

26. Charisse

27. Chadwick

28. Richardson

29. Blanchard


Tea

China chá
Japan cha
Tea Vertical Wall Scroll

茶 means tea. It can refer to prepared tea (ready-to-drink) or to dry tea leaves.

The origin of tea is China but the same character is used in Japanese Kanji, and old Korean Hanja with the exact same meaning. Japanese and Korean even borrowed the pronunciation from Chinese (pronounced "cha" in all three languages).

It's said that an early doctor (or herbologist) in ancient China kept poisoning himself as he tried different new herb concoctions. He invented tea as a means to detoxify himself as he recovered from 1 of the 76 times he nearly poisoned himself to death. Tea is seen not just as a drink but as a form of medicine used to remove impurities from the body.

The word "chai" (used in many languages to refer to various teas) is derived from this Chinese word.

茶 also means camellia, as Asian teas are often based on the leaves of camellia plant varieties.

Becca

China bō chá
Becca Vertical Wall Scroll

波察 is a common transliteration to Mandarin Chinese for the name Becca.

Chad

China chá dé
Chad Vertical Wall Scroll

查德 is the transliteration to Mandarin Chinese for the name Chad

Charleen

China chá lín
Charleen Vertical Wall Scroll

查琳 is the transliteration to Mandarin Chinese for the name Charleen

Charlene

China chá lián
Charlene Vertical Wall Scroll

查蓮 is the transliteration to Mandarin Chinese for the name Charlene

Charley

China chá lì
Charley Vertical Wall Scroll

查利 is the transliteration to Mandarin Chinese for the name Charley

Charlie

China chá lì
Charlie Vertical Wall Scroll

查利 is the transliteration to Mandarin Chinese for the name Charlie

Charly

China chá lì
Charly Vertical Wall Scroll

查利 is the transliteration to Mandarin Chinese for the name Charly

Chas

China chá sī
Chas Vertical Wall Scroll

查斯 is a common transliteration to Mandarin Chinese for the name Chas.

Chuck

China chá kè
Chuck Vertical Wall Scroll

梅根 is the transliteration to Mandarin Chinese for the name Chuck.

Concha

China kǒng chá
Concha Vertical Wall Scroll

孔查 is the transliteration to Mandarin Chinese for the Latin / Spanish name Concha

Nica

China niè chá
Nica Vertical Wall Scroll

涅察 is a common transliteration to Mandarin Chinese for the name Nica.

Police

China jǐng chá
Japan keisatsu
Police Vertical Wall Scroll

警察 is the Chinese, Japanese Kanji, and old Korean Hanja title for police (or police officer). Police cars all over China and Japan have these characters painted on the doors. Police officers' helmets and equipment are also emblazoned with these two characters.

Richard

China lǐ chá
Richard Vertical Wall Scroll

理查 is the transliteration to Mandarin Chinese for the name Richard

Tea Fate

China chá yuán
Tea Fate Vertical Wall Scroll

茶緣 is a special title for the tea lover. This kind of means "tea fate" but it's more spiritual and hard to define. Perhaps the tea brought you in to drink it. Perhaps the tea will bring you and another tea-lover together. Perhaps you were already there, and the tea came to you. Perhaps it's the ah-ha moment you will have when drinking the tea.

I've been told not to explain this further, as it will either dilute or confuse the purposefully-ambiguous idea embedded in this enigma.

I happen to be the owner of a piece of calligraphy written by either the son or nephew of the last emperor of China, and this is the title he wrote. It was given to me at a Beijing tea house in 2001. 茶緣 is where I learned to love tea after literally spending weeks tasting and studying everything I could about Chinese tea. I did not understand the significance of the authorship, or meaning of the title at all. Some 10 years later, I realized the gift was so profound and had such providence. Only now I realize the value of a gift that it is too late to give proper thanks for. It was also years later that I ended up in this business, and could have the artwork properly mounted as a wall scroll. It has been borrowed for many exhibitions and shows, and always amazes native Chinese and Taiwanese who read the signature. This piece of calligraphy which I once thought just a bit of ink on a thin and wrinkled piece of paper is now one of my most valued possessions. And by fate, it has taught me to be more thankful of seemingly simple gifts.

Tea Pot

China chá hú
Japan cha tsubo
Tea Pot Vertical Wall Scroll

茶壺 is the Chinese, and Japanese Kanji for teapot or "tea pot."

The Way of Tea

China chá dào
Japan cha dou
The Way of Tea Vertical Wall Scroll

茶道 means The Way of Tea (literally, "tea way") in Chinese and Japanese.

This may refer to a tea ceremony or a general lifestyle of tea preparing and drinking.

In Japanese, this can be pronounced sadō or chadō (seems that sadō refers more often to a tea ceremony, and chadō when it's the Way of Tea).

茶道 is also used in Buddhist context with the same meaning of the Way of Tea.

Arancha

China ā lán chá
Arancha Vertical Wall Scroll

阿蘭查 is the transliteration to Mandarin Chinese for the Latin / Spanish name Arancha

Chapman

China chá pǔ màn
Chapman Vertical Wall Scroll

查普曼 is a common transliteration to Mandarin Chinese for the name Chapman.

Charles

China chá ér sī
Charles Vertical Wall Scroll

查爾斯 is the transliteration to Mandarin Chinese for the name Charles

Charlize

China chá lǐ cí
Charlize Vertical Wall Scroll

查理茲 is the transliteration to Mandarin Chinese for the name Charlize

Chaz

China chá ěr sī
Chaz Vertical Wall Scroll

查爾斯 is the transliteration to Mandarin Chinese for the name Chaz.

Maritsa

China mǎ lǐ chá
Maritsa Vertical Wall Scroll

馬里查 is a common transliteration to Mandarin Chinese for the name Maritsa.

State of Anarchy

China wú jíng chá
Japan mukeisatsu
State of Anarchy Vertical Wall Scroll

無警察 means the state of anarchy. More literally it means "without rules or judges." This combination of characters makes sense in Korean and Chinese but with a meaning closer to, "without police." 無警察 is kind of a weird selection for a wall scroll, and a rather obscure idea (a couple of customers begged for this term, so we added it).

Charlton

China chá ěr dùn
Charlton Vertical Wall Scroll

查爾頓 is a common transliteration to Mandarin Chinese for the name Charlton.

Charisse

China chá lǐ sī
Charisse Vertical Wall Scroll

查里斯 is a common transliteration to Mandarin Chinese for the name Charisse.

Chadwick

China chá dé wēi kè
Chadwick Vertical Wall Scroll

查德威克 is a common transliteration to Mandarin Chinese for the name Chadwick.

Richardson

China lǐ chá dé sēn
Richardson Vertical Wall Scroll

理查德森 is the a common way to transliterate the surname Richardson into Mandarin Chinese.

Blanchard

China bù lán chá dé
Blanchard Vertical Wall Scroll

布蘭查德 is a common transliteration to Mandarin Chinese for the name Blanchard.


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Below are some entries from our dictionary that may match your cha2 search...

Characters

If shown, 2nd row is Simp. Chinese

Pronunciation
Romanization
Simple Dictionary Definition

不觀察


不观察

see styles
Mandarin bù guān chá / bu4 guan1 cha2
Taiwan pu kuan ch`a / pu kuan cha
Japanese fu kansatsu
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

乞察

see styles
Mandarinchá / qi3 cha2
Taiwan ch`i ch`a / chi cha
Japanese kissatsu
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

二茬罪

see styles
Mandarin èr chá zuì / er4 cha2 zui4
Taiwan erh ch`a tsui / erh cha tsui
Chinese to suffer second persecution

伺察

see styles
Mandarinchá / si4 cha2
Taiwan ssu ch`a / ssu cha
Japanese shisatsu
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

住觀察


住观察

see styles
Mandarin zhù guān chá / zhu4 guan1 cha2
Taiwan chu kuan ch`a / chu kuan cha
Japanese jū kansatsu
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

倒茬

see styles
Mandarin dǎo chá / dao3 cha2
Taiwan tao ch`a / tao cha
Chinese rotation of crops

偵察


侦察

see styles
Mandarin zhēn chá / zhen1 cha2
Taiwan chen ch`a / chen cha
Japanese teisatsu / tesatsu / ていさつ
Chinese to investigate a crime; to scout; to reconnoiter; reconnaissance; detection; a scout
Japanese (noun/participle) scout out; reconnaissance

偵察兵


侦察兵

see styles
Mandarin zhēn chá bīng / zhen1 cha2 bing1
Taiwan chen ch`a ping / chen cha ping
Chinese a scout; spy

偵察員


侦察员

see styles
Mandarin zhēn chá yuán / zhen1 cha2 yuan2
Taiwan chen ch`a yüan / chen cha yüan
Chinese detective; investigator; scout; spy

偵察性


侦察性

see styles
Mandarin zhēn chá xìng / zhen1 cha2 xing4
Taiwan chen ch`a hsing / chen cha hsing
Chinese investigatory

偵察機


侦察机

see styles
Mandarin zhēn chá jī / zhen1 cha2 ji1
Taiwan chen ch`a chi / chen cha chi
Japanese teisatsuki / tesatsuki / ていさつき
Chinese surveillance aircraft; spy plane
Japanese reconnaissance plane; spy plane

偵查


侦查

see styles
Mandarin zhēn chá / zhen1 cha2
Taiwan chen ch`a / chen cha
Chinese to detect; to investigate

備查


备查

see styles
Mandarin bèi chá / bei4 cha2
Taiwan pei ch`a / pei cha
Chinese for future reference

冰碴

see styles
Mandarin bīng chá / bing1 cha2
Taiwan ping ch`a / ping cha
Chinese ice shards

剛察


刚察

see styles
Mandarin gāng chá / gang1 cha2
Taiwan kang ch`a / kang cha
Chinese Gangcha county (Tibetan: rkang tsha rdzong) in Haibei Tibetan autonomous prefecture 海北藏族自治州[Hai3 bei3 Zang4 zu2 zi4 zhi4 zhou1], Qinghai

剛察縣


刚察县

see styles
Mandarin gāng chá xiàn / gang1 cha2 xian4
Taiwan kang ch`a hsien / kang cha hsien
Chinese Gangcha county (Tibetan: rkang tsha rdzong) in Haibei Tibetan autonomous prefecture 海北藏族自治州[Hai3 bei3 Zang4 zu2 zi4 zhi4 zhou1], Qinghai

功夫茶

see styles
Mandarin gōng fu chá / gong1 fu5 cha2
Taiwan kung fu ch`a / kung fu cha
Chinese very concentrated type of tea drunk in Chaozhou, Fujian and Taiwan

加查

see styles
Mandarin jiā chá / jia1 cha2
Taiwan chia ch`a / chia cha
Chinese Gyaca county, Tibetan: Rgya tsha rdzong, in Lhokha prefecture 山南地區|山南地区[Shan1 nan2 di4 qu1], Tibet

加查縣


加查县

see styles
Mandarin jiā chá xiàn / jia1 cha2 xian4
Taiwan chia ch`a hsien / chia cha hsien
Chinese Gyaca county, Tibetan: Rgya tsha rdzong, in Lhokha prefecture 山南地區|山南地区[Shan1 nan2 di4 qu1], Tibet

勘察

see styles
Mandarin kān chá / kan1 cha2
Taiwan k`an ch`a / kan cha
Chinese to reconnoiter; to explore; to survey

勘察加

see styles
Mandarin kān chá jiā / kan1 cha2 jia1
Taiwan k`an ch`a chia / kan cha chia
Chinese Kamchatka (far eastern province of Russia)

勘查

see styles
Mandarin kān chá / kan1 cha2
Taiwan k`an ch`a / kan cha
Chinese variant of 勘察[kan1 cha2]

化茶

see styles
Mandarin huà chá / hua4 cha2
Taiwan hua ch`a / hua cha
Japanese kesa
tea obtained by monastic begging and the offering of exhortation or instruction; propagation tea

南非茶

see styles
Mandarin nán fēi chá / nan2 fei1 cha2
Taiwan nan fei ch`a / nan fei cha
Chinese rooibos tea

博士茶

see styles
Mandarin bó shì chá / bo2 shi4 cha2
Taiwan po shih ch`a / po shih cha
Chinese rooibos tea

占察

see styles
Mandarin zhàn chá / zhan4 cha2
Taiwan chan ch`a / chan cha
Japanese senzatsu
A method of divination in the esoteric school by means of the Sanskrit letter 'a'.

占察法

see styles
Mandarin zhàn chá fǎ / zhan4 cha2 fa3
Taiwan chan ch`a fa / chan cha fa
Japanese sensatsu hō
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

占察經


占察经

see styles
Mandarin zhàn chá jīng / zhan4 cha2 jing1
Taiwan chan ch`a ching / chan cha ching
Japanese Senzatsu kyō
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

品茶

see styles
Mandarin pǐn chá / pin3 cha2
Taiwan p`in ch`a / pin cha
Chinese to taste tea; to sip tea

善觀察


善观察

see styles
Mandarin shàn guān chá / shan4 guan1 cha2
Taiwan shan kuan ch`a / shan kuan cha
Japanese zen kansatsu
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

喫茶去

see styles
Mandarin chī chá qù / chi1 cha2 qu4
Taiwan ch`ih ch`a ch`ü / chih cha chü
Japanese kissako
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

嚴查


严查

see styles
Mandarin yán chá / yan2 cha2
Taiwan yen ch`a / yen cha
Chinese to investigate strictly

see styles
Mandarin chá / cha2
Taiwan ch`a / cha
Chinese mound; small hill; (used in place names)

堪察加

see styles
Mandarin kān chá jiā / kan1 cha2 jia1
Taiwan k`an ch`a chia / kan cha chia
Chinese Kamchatka (peninsula of Russian Pacific)

失察

see styles
Mandarin shī chá / shi1 cha2
Taiwan shih ch`a / shih cha
Chinese to fail in observing or supervising; to miss; to let something slip through

奔茶

see styles
Mandarin bēn chá / ben1 cha2
Taiwan pen ch`a / pen cha
Japanese honcha
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

奠茶

see styles
Mandarin diàn chá / dian4 cha2
Taiwan tien ch`a / tien cha
Japanese ten cha
To make an offering of tea to a Buddha, a spirit, etc; to offer tea

奶茶

see styles
Mandarin nǎi chá / nai3 cha2
Taiwan nai ch`a / nai cha
Chinese milk tea

妙觀察


妙观察

see styles
Mandarin miào guān chá / miao4 guan1 cha2
Taiwan miao kuan ch`a / miao kuan cha
Japanese myō kansatsu
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

婆槎

see styles
Mandarinchá / po2 cha2
Taiwan p`o ch`a / po cha
Japanese Basa
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

see styles
Mandarin chá / cha2
Taiwan ch`a / cha
Japanese satsu;satsu / さつ;サツ
Chinese to examine; to inquire; to observe; to inspect; to look into; obvious; clearly evident; short name for Chahar Province 察哈爾|察哈尔[Cha2 ha1 er3]
Japanese (colloquialism) (kana only) police; (given name) Satoru; (personal name) Akira
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

察合臺


察合台

see styles
Mandarin chá gě tái / cha2 ge3 tai2
Taiwan ch`a ko t`ai / cha ko tai
Chinese Chagatai (died 1241), a son of Genghis Khan

察哈爾


察哈尔

see styles
Mandarin chá hā ěr / cha2 ha1 er3
Taiwan ch`a ha erh / cha ha erh
Chinese Chahar Province (former province in North China existing from 1912-1936)

察察

see styles
Mandarin chá chá / cha2 cha2
Taiwan ch`a ch`a / cha cha
Chinese clean; spotless

察看

see styles
Mandarin chá kàn / cha2 kan4
Taiwan ch`a k`an / cha kan
Chinese to watch; to look carefully at

察納


察纳

see styles
Mandarin chá/ cha2 na4
Taiwan ch`a na / cha na
Chinese to investigate and accept

察覺


察觉

see styles
Mandarin chá jué / cha2 jue2
Taiwan ch`a chüeh / cha chüeh
Chinese to sense; to perceive; to become aware of; to detect

察訪


察访

see styles
Mandarin chá fǎng / cha2 fang3
Taiwan ch`a fang / cha fang
Chinese to make an investigative visit; to go and find out from the source

察隅

see styles
Mandarin chá/ cha2 yu2
Taiwan ch`a yü / cha yü
Chinese Zayü county, Tibetan: Rdza yul rdzong, in Nyingchi prefecture 林芝地區|林芝地区[Lin2 zhi1 di4 qu1], Tibet

察隅縣


察隅县

see styles
Mandarin chá yú xiàn / cha2 yu2 xian4
Taiwan ch`a yü hsien / cha yü hsien
Chinese Zayü county, Tibetan: Rdza yul rdzong, in Nyingchi prefecture 林芝地區|林芝地区[Lin2 zhi1 di4 qu1], Tibet

察雅

see styles
Mandarin chá/ cha2 ya3
Taiwan ch`a ya / cha ya
Chinese Zhag'yab county, Tibetan: Brag g-yab rdzong, in Chamdo prefecture 昌都地區|昌都地区[Chang1 du1 di4 qu1], Tibet

察雅縣


察雅县

see styles
Mandarin chá yǎ xiàn / cha2 ya3 xian4
Taiwan ch`a ya hsien / cha ya hsien
Chinese Zhag'yab county, Tibetan: Brag g-yab rdzong, in Chamdo prefecture 昌都地區|昌都地区[Chang1 du1 di4 qu1], Tibet

察驗


察验

see styles
Mandarin chá yàn / cha2 yan4
Taiwan ch`a yen / cha yen
Chinese to examine

審察


审察

see styles
Mandarin shěn chá / shen3 cha2
Taiwan shen ch`a / shen cha
Japanese shinsatsu
Chinese to investigate; to examine closely
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

審查


审查

see styles
Mandarin shěn chá / shen3 cha2
Taiwan shen ch`a / shen cha
Chinese to examine; to investigate; to censor out; censorship

審觀察


审观察

see styles
Mandarin shěn guān chá / shen3 guan1 cha2
Taiwan shen kuan ch`a / shen kuan cha
Japanese shin kansatsu
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

對茬兒


对茬儿

see styles
Mandarin duì chá r / dui4 cha2 r5
Taiwan tui ch`a r / tui cha r
Chinese to agree with; of the same opinion; to coincide

山茶

see styles
Mandarin shān chá / shan1 cha2
Taiwan shan ch`a / shan cha
Japanese tsubaki / つばき
Chinese camellia
Japanese (kana only) common camellia; Camellia japonica; (1) (kana only) common camellia; Camellia japonica; (2) tea produced in the mountains; (female given name) Tsubaki

山茶花

see styles
Mandarin shān chá huā / shan1 cha2 hua1
Taiwan shan ch`a hua / shan cha hua
Japanese sazanka;sanzaka;sansaka;sanchaka;sazanka / さざんか;さんざか;さんさか;さんちゃか;サザンカ
Chinese camellia
Japanese (kana only) sasanqua (Camellia sasanqua); (female given name) Sazanka

巡查

see styles
Mandarin xún chá / xun2 cha2
Taiwan hsün ch`a / hsün cha
Chinese to patrol

工夫茶

see styles
Mandarin gōng fu chá / gong1 fu5 cha2
Taiwan kung fu ch`a / kung fu cha
Chinese very concentrated type of tea consumed in Chaozhou, Fujian and Taiwan; variant of 功夫茶[gong1 fu5 cha2]

弓槃茶

see styles
Mandarin gōng pán chá / gong1 pan2 cha2
Taiwan kung p`an ch`a / kung pan cha
Japanese Kyūbancha
Kumbhāṇḍa demons, v. 鳩.

彼茶

see styles
Mandarinchá / bi3 cha2
Taiwan pi ch`a / pi cha
Japanese hicha
peta, or piṭaka, a basket.

復查


复查

see styles
Mandarinchá / fu4 cha2
Taiwan fu ch`a / fu cha
Chinese rechecking; re-inspection; reexamination

徹查


彻查

see styles
Mandarin chè chá / che4 cha2
Taiwan ch`e ch`a / che cha
Chinese to investigate thoroughly

思察

see styles
Mandarinchá / si1 cha2
Taiwan ssu ch`a / ssu cha
Japanese shisatsu
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

恭畔茶

see styles
Mandarin gōng pàn chá / gong1 pan4 cha2
Taiwan kung p`an ch`a / kung pan cha
Japanese Kyōhancha
Kumbhāṇḍa, a demon, v. 鳩.

惡察羅


恶察罗

see styles
Mandarin è chá luó / e4 cha2 luo2
Taiwan o ch`a lo / o cha lo
Japanese akusatsura
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

惡察那


恶察那

see styles
Mandarin è chá/ e4 cha2 na4
Taiwan o ch`a na / o cha na
Japanese akusatsuna
(or 惡察羅) akṣara; imperishable, unalterable; a syllable; words; intp. as unchanging word, a root word, or word-root. Also 惡刹羅; 阿乞史羅.

所觀察


所观察

see styles
Mandarin suǒ guān chá / suo3 guan1 cha2
Taiwan so kuan ch`a / so kuan cha
Japanese sho kansatsu
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

扣查

see styles
Mandarin kòu chá / kou4 cha2
Taiwan k`ou ch`a / kou cha
Chinese to detain and question

找碴

see styles
Mandarin zhǎo chá / zhao3 cha2
Taiwan chao ch`a / chao cha
Chinese variant of 找茬[zhao3 cha2]

找碴兒


找碴儿

see styles
Mandarin zhǎo chá r / zhao3 cha2 r5
Taiwan chao ch`a r / chao cha r
Chinese to pick a quarrel; to find fault; nitpicking

找茬

see styles
Mandarin zhǎo chá / zhao3 cha2
Taiwan chao ch`a / chao cha
Chinese to pick fault with; to spot the differences; to nitpick; to pick a quarrel; to find complaint with

抄查

see styles
Mandarin chāo chá / chao1 cha2
Taiwan ch`ao ch`a / chao cha
Chinese to search and confiscate

抹茶

see styles
Mandarinchá / mo3 cha2
Taiwan mo ch`a / mo cha
Japanese maccha / まっちゃ
Chinese green tea powder (Japanese: matcha)
Japanese matcha; powdered green tea; (female given name) Maccha

抽查

see styles
Mandarin chōu chá / chou1 cha2
Taiwan ch`ou ch`a / chou cha
Chinese random inspection; to do a spot check

拉茶

see styles
Mandarinchá / la1 cha2
Taiwan la ch`a / la cha
Chinese teh tarik, an Indian-style tea with milk (GM)

按察

see styles
Mandarin àn chá / an4 cha2
Taiwan an ch`a / an cha
Japanese azechi / あぜち    ajichi / あじち
Chinese to investigate (old)
Japanese travelling inspector of the provincial governments (Nara- and Heian-period position); (surname) Azechi; (surname) Ajichi

排查

see styles
Mandarin pái chá / pai2 cha2
Taiwan p`ai ch`a / pai cha
Chinese to inspect; to run through a checklist; to take stock; to audit

探察

see styles
Mandarin tàn chá / tan4 cha2
Taiwan t`an ch`a / tan cha
Chinese to investigate; to observe; to scout; to seek out and examine; to explore

探查

see styles
Mandarin tàn chá / tan4 cha2
Taiwan t`an ch`a / tan cha
Chinese to examine; to probe; to scout out; to nose around

接碴

see styles
Mandarin jiē chá / jie1 cha2
Taiwan chieh ch`a / chieh cha
Chinese to pursue a conversation; to respond

推察

see styles
Mandarin tuī chá / tui1 cha2
Taiwan t`ui ch`a / tui cha
Japanese suisatsu / すいさつ
Japanese (noun/participle) guess; conjecture; surmise
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

換茬


换茬

see styles
Mandarin huàn chá / huan4 cha2
Taiwan huan ch`a / huan cha
Chinese rotation of crops

揭路茶

see styles
Mandarin jiē lù chá / jie1 lu4 cha2
Taiwan chieh lu ch`a / chieh lu cha
Japanese karocha
garuḍa, the mythical bird on which Viṣṇu rides, v. 迦樓羅; (Skt. garuḍa)

搜查

see styles
Mandarin sōu chá / sou1 cha2
Taiwan sou ch`a / sou cha
Chinese to search

搜查令

see styles
Mandarin sōu chá lìng / sou1 cha2 ling4
Taiwan sou ch`a ling / sou cha ling
Chinese search warrant

搭茬

see styles
Mandarinchá / da1 cha2
Taiwan ta ch`a / ta cha
Chinese to respond

搭茬兒


搭茬儿

see styles
Mandarinchá r / da1 cha2 r5
Taiwan ta ch`a r / ta cha r
Chinese erhua variant of 搭茬[da1 cha2]

see styles
Mandarin chá / cha2
Taiwan ch`a / cha
Chinese to apply (ointment, powder); to smear; to paint on

敬茶

see styles
Mandarin jìng chá / jing4 cha2
Taiwan ching ch`a / ching cha
Chinese to serve tea (to guests)

早茶

see styles
Mandarin zǎo chá / zao3 cha2
Taiwan tsao ch`a / tsao cha
Chinese morning tea

明察

see styles
Mandarin míng chá / ming2 cha2
Taiwan ming ch`a / ming cha
Japanese meisatsu / mesatsu / めいさつ
Chinese to note clearly; to perceive
Japanese (noun/participle) discernment; penetration; insight; intellectual acumen

春茶

see styles
Mandarin chūn chá / chun1 cha2
Taiwan ch`un ch`a / chun cha
Chinese spring tea; tea-leaves gathered at spring time

晉察冀


晋察冀

see styles
Mandarin jìn chá jì / jin4 cha2 ji4
Taiwan chin ch`a chi / chin cha chi
Chinese Shanxi 山西, Chahar 察哈爾|察哈尔 and Hebei 河北 (three provinces of the Republic of China in the period 1912-1936)

普查

see styles
Mandarinchá / pu3 cha2
Taiwan p`u ch`a / pu cha
Chinese census; general survey; general investigation; reconnaissance survey

普洱茶

see styles
Mandarin pǔ ěr chá / pu3 er3 cha2
Taiwan p`u erh ch`a / pu erh cha
Chinese Pu'er tea from the Pu'er region of Yunnan

末茶

see styles
Mandarinchá / mo4 cha2
Taiwan mo ch`a / mo cha
Japanese maccha / まっちゃ
Chinese tea powder (matcha)
Japanese (irregular kanji usage) matcha; powdered green tea

see styles
Mandarin chá // zhā / cha2 // zha1
Taiwan ch`a // cha / cha // cha
Chinese see 山查[shan1 zha1]; to research; to check; to investigate; to examine; to refer to; to look up (e.g. a word in a dictionary); surname Zha

查克拉

see styles
Mandarin chá kè lā / cha2 ke4 la1
Taiwan ch`a k`o la / cha ko la
Chinese chakra

查克瑞

see styles
Mandarin chá kè ruì / cha2 ke4 rui4
Taiwan ch`a k`o jui / cha ko jui
Chinese chakra; also written 查克拉[cha2 ke4 la1]

查出

see styles
Mandarin chá chū / cha2 chu1
Taiwan ch`a ch`u / cha chu
Chinese to find out; to discover

查勘

see styles
Mandarin chá kān / cha2 kan1
Taiwan ch`a k`an / cha kan
Chinese to investigate

查哨

see styles
Mandarin chá shào / cha2 shao4
Taiwan ch`a shao / cha shao
Chinese to check the sentries

查問

see styles
Mandarin chá wèn / cha2 wen4
Taiwan ch`a wen / cha wen
Chinese to inquire about

查夜

see styles
Mandarin chá/ cha2 ye4
Taiwan ch`a yeh / cha yeh
Chinese night patrol; to make nightly rounds

查字法

see styles
Mandarin chá zì fǎ / cha2 zi4 fa3
Taiwan ch`a tzu fa / cha tzu fa
Chinese look-up method for Chinese characters

查封

see styles
Mandarin chá fēng / cha2 feng1
Taiwan ch`a feng / cha feng
Chinese to sequester; to seize (assets); to seal up; to close down

查對

see styles
Mandarin chá duì / cha2 dui4
Taiwan ch`a tui / cha tui
Chinese to scrutinize; to examine; to check

查崗

see styles
Mandarin chá gǎng / cha2 gang3
Taiwan ch`a kang / cha kang
Chinese to check the guard posts; (coll.) to check up on sb (spouse, employee etc)

查帳

see styles
Mandarin chá zhàng / cha2 zhang4
Taiwan ch`a chang / cha chang
Chinese to audit accounts; to inspect accounting books

查德

see styles
Mandarin chá/ cha2 de2
Taiwan ch`a te / cha te
Blanchard Vertical Wall Scroll
Chinese Chad (Tw)

查房

see styles
Mandarin chá fáng / cha2 fang2
Taiwan ch`a fang / cha fang
Chinese to inspect a room; to do the rounds (medical)

查扣

see styles
Mandarin chá kòu / cha2 kou4
Taiwan ch`a k`ou / cha kou
Chinese to seize; to confiscate

查找

see styles
Mandarin chá zhǎo / cha2 zhao3
Taiwan ch`a chao / cha chao
Chinese to search for; to look up

查抄

see styles
Mandarin chá chāo / cha2 chao1
Taiwan ch`a ch`ao / cha chao
Chinese to take inventory of and confiscate a criminal's possessions; to search and confiscate (forbidden items); to raid

查拳

see styles
Mandarin chá quán / cha2 quan2
Taiwan ch`a ch`üan / cha chüan
Chinese Cha Quan - "Cha Fist" - Martial Art

查探

see styles
Mandarin chá tàn / cha2 tan4
Taiwan ch`a t`an / cha tan
Chinese to check; to investigate; to probe (into)

查明

see styles
Mandarin chá míng / cha2 ming2
Taiwan ch`a ming / cha ming
Chinese to investigate and find out; to ascertain

查普曼

see styles
Mandarin chá pǔ màn / cha2 pu3 man4
Taiwan ch`a p`u man / cha pu man
Blanchard Vertical Wall Scroll
Chinese Chapman (name)

查核

see styles
Mandarin chá/ cha2 he2
Taiwan ch`a ho / cha ho
Chinese to check

查水表

see styles
Mandarin chá shuǐ biǎo / cha2 shui3 biao3
Taiwan ch`a shui piao / cha shui piao
Chinese (Internet slang) (of the police) to ask to be let in on the pretext of checking the water meter; to barge into people's home on false pretences

查清

see styles
Mandarin chá qīng / cha2 qing1
Taiwan ch`a ch`ing / cha ching
Chinese to find out; to ascertain; to get to the bottom of; to clarify

查爾斯

see styles
Mandarin chá ěr sī / cha2 er3 si1
Taiwan ch`a erh ssu / cha erh ssu
Blanchard Vertical Wall Scroll
Chinese Charles

查獲

see styles
Mandarin chá huò / cha2 huo4
Taiwan ch`a huo / cha huo
Chinese to track down and seize (a criminal suspect, contraband etc)

查看

see styles
Mandarin chá kàn / cha2 kan4
Taiwan ch`a k`an / cha kan
Chinese to look over; to examine; to check up; to ferret out

查票員

see styles
Mandarin chá piào yuán / cha2 piao4 yuan2
Taiwan ch`a p`iao yüan / cha piao yüan
Chinese ticket inspector

查禁

see styles
Mandarin chá jìn / cha2 jin4
Taiwan ch`a chin / cha chin
Chinese to prohibit; to ban; to suppress

查究

see styles
Mandarin chá jiū / cha2 jiu1
Taiwan ch`a chiu / cha chiu
Chinese to follow up a study; to investigate

查緝

see styles
Mandarin chá/ cha2 ji1
Taiwan ch`a chi / cha chi
Chinese to search for and seize (criminals, smuggled goods etc)

查考

see styles
Mandarin chá kǎo / cha2 kao3
Taiwan ch`a k`ao / cha kao
Chinese to examine; to investigate; to try to determine

查處

see styles
Mandarin chá chǔ / cha2 chu3
Taiwan ch`a ch`u / cha chu
Chinese to investigate and handle (a criminal case)

查訪

see styles
Mandarin chá fǎng / cha2 fang3
Taiwan ch`a fang / cha fang
Chinese to investigate

查詢

see styles
Mandarin chá xún / cha2 xun2
Taiwan ch`a hsün / cha hsün
Chinese to check; to inquire; to consult (a document etc); inquiry; query

查調

see styles
Mandarin chá diào / cha2 diao4
Taiwan ch`a tiao / cha tiao
Chinese to obtain (information) from a database etc

查證

see styles
Mandarin chá zhèng / cha2 zheng4
Taiwan ch`a cheng / cha cheng
Chinese investigate; check out (a story)

查辦

see styles
Mandarin chá bàn / cha2 ban4
Taiwan ch`a pan / cha pan
Chinese to investigate and handle (a criminal case)

查鋪

see styles
Mandarin chá/ cha2 pu4
Taiwan ch`a p`u / cha pu
Chinese to conduct a bed check

查閱

see styles
Mandarin chá yuè / cha2 yue4
Taiwan ch`a yüeh / cha yüeh
Chinese to consult; to refer to; to look something up in a reference source

查韋斯

see styles
Mandarin chá wéi sī / cha2 wei2 si1
Taiwan ch`a wei ssu / cha wei ssu
Chinese Chavez, Spanish name

查驗

see styles
Mandarin chá yàn / cha2 yan4
Taiwan ch`a yen / cha yen
Chinese inspection; to examine

查點

see styles
Mandarin chá diǎn / cha2 dian3
Taiwan ch`a tien / cha tien
Chinese to check; to tally; to inventory

see styles
Mandarin chá / cha2
Taiwan ch`a / cha
Japanese sa / さ
Chinese Japanese variant of 查
Japanese (surname) Sa

核查

see styles
Mandarinchá / he2 cha2
Taiwan ho ch`a / ho cha
Chinese to examine; to inspect

根茬

see styles
Mandarin gēn chá / gen1 cha2
Taiwan ken ch`a / ken cha
Chinese stubble

see styles
Mandarin zhā // chá / zha1 // cha2
Taiwan cha // ch`a / cha // cha
Chinese Chinese quince; hawthorn; fell trees; raft; to hew

槃查

see styles
Mandarin pán chá / pan2 cha2
Taiwan p`an ch`a / pan cha
Japanese Bansa
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

see styles
Mandarin chá / cha2
Taiwan ch`a / cha
Chinese a raft made of bamboo or wood; to fell trees; to hew

檢察

see styles
Mandarin jiǎn chá / jian3 cha2
Taiwan chien ch`a / chien cha
Chinese to inspect; (law) to prosecute; to investigate

檢察官

see styles
Mandarin jiǎn chá guān / jian3 cha2 guan1
Taiwan chien ch`a kuan / chien cha kuan
Chinese public prosecutor; public procurator (judicial officer whose job may involve both criminal investigation and public prosecution)

檢察院

see styles
Mandarin jiǎn chá yuàn / jian3 cha2 yuan4
Taiwan chien ch`a yüan / chien cha yüan
Chinese prosecutor's office; procuratorate

檢查

see styles
Mandarin jiǎn chá / jian3 cha2
Taiwan chien ch`a / chien cha
Chinese inspection; to examine; to inspect; CL:次[ci4]

檢查員

see styles
Mandarin jiǎn chá yuán / jian3 cha2 yuan2
Taiwan chien ch`a yüan / chien cha yüan
Chinese inspector

檢查哨

see styles
Mandarin jiǎn chá shào / jian3 cha2 shao4
Taiwan chien ch`a shao / chien cha shao
Chinese inspection post; checkpoint

檢查站

see styles
Mandarin jiǎn chá zhàn / jian3 cha2 zhan4
Taiwan chien ch`a chan / chien cha chan
Chinese checkpoint

see styles
Mandarin chá / cha2
Taiwan ch`a / cha
Chinese Chinese sassafras; Sassafras tzumu

檸檬茶

see styles
Mandarin níng méng chá / ning2 meng2 cha2
Taiwan ning meng ch`a / ning meng cha
Chinese lemon tea

歐查果

see styles
Mandarin ōu chá guǒ / ou1 cha2 guo3
Taiwan ou ch`a kuo / ou cha kuo
Chinese medlar

正觀察


正观察

see styles
Mandarin zhèng guān chá / zheng4 guan1 cha2
Taiwan cheng kuan ch`a / cheng kuan cha
Japanese shō kansatsu
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

毘茶


毗茶

see styles
Mandarinchá / pi2 cha2
Taiwan p`i ch`a / pi cha
Japanese Bicha
Bhiḍa, or Pañca-nada, an ancient kingdom called after its capital of Bhiḍa; the present Punjab. Eilel.

毛茶

see styles
Mandarin máo chá / mao2 cha2
Taiwan mao ch`a / mao cha
Chinese unprocessed sun-dried tea leaves used to make black or green tea

沙茶

see styles
Mandarin shā chá / sha1 cha2
Taiwan sha ch`a / sha cha
Japanese sasa / ささ
Chinese satay (spicy peanut sauce), also spelled sate
Japanese (female given name) Sasa

沱茶

see styles
Mandarin tuó chá / tuo2 cha2
Taiwan t`o ch`a / to cha
Chinese a cake of tea, commonly Pu'er tea 普洱茶[Pu3 er3 cha2], compacted into a bowl or nest shape; dome shaped tea-brick; caked tea

泡茶

see styles
Mandarin pào chá / pao4 cha2
Taiwan p`ao ch`a / pao cha
Chinese to make tea

洞察

see styles
Mandarin dòng chá / dong4 cha2
Taiwan tung ch`a / tung cha
Japanese dousatsu / dosatsu / どうさつ
Chinese to see clearly
Japanese (noun/participle) discernment; insight

洞察力

see styles
Mandarin dòng chá lì / dong4 cha2 li4
Taiwan tung ch`a li / tung cha li
Japanese dousatsuryoku / dosatsuryoku / どうさつりょく
Chinese insight
Japanese insight; discernment; perception; perspicacity; acumen

活茬

see styles
Mandarin huó chá / huo2 cha2
Taiwan huo ch`a / huo cha
Chinese farm work

涼茶

see styles
Mandarin liáng chá / liang2 cha2
Taiwan liang ch`a / liang cha
Chinese Chinese herb tea

清查

see styles
Mandarin qīng chá / qing1 cha2
Taiwan ch`ing ch`a / ching cha
Chinese to investigate thoroughly; to carefully inspect; to verify; to ferret out (undesirable elements)

清茶

see styles
Mandarin qīng chá / qing1 cha2
Taiwan ch`ing ch`a / ching cha
Chinese green tea; only tea (without food)

滅茬

see styles
Mandarin miè chá / mie4 cha2
Taiwan mieh ch`a / mieh cha
Chinese to clear stubble from fields (agriculture)

澈查

see styles
Mandarin chè chá / che4 cha2
Taiwan ch`e ch`a / che cha
Chinese variant of 徹查|彻查[che4 cha2]

烏龍茶

see styles
Mandarin wū lóng chá / wu1 long2 cha2
Taiwan wu lung ch`a / wu lung cha
Japanese uuroncha / uroncha / ウーロンちゃ
Chinese oolong tea
Japanese oolong tea

烹茶

see styles
Mandarin pēng chá / peng1 cha2
Taiwan p`eng ch`a / peng cha
Chinese to brew tea

熱茶

see styles
Mandarinchá / re4 cha2
Taiwan je ch`a / je cha
Chinese hot tea

燒茶

see styles
Mandarin shāo chá / shao1 cha2
Taiwan shao ch`a / shao cha
Chinese to make tea

see styles
Mandarin chá / cha2
Taiwan ch`a / cha
Chinese Badger-like wild animal

玄米茶

see styles
Mandarin xuán mǐ chá / xuan2 mi3 cha2
Taiwan hsüan mi ch`a / hsüan mi cha
Japanese genmaicha / げんまいちゃ
Chinese genmaicha; Japanese tea with added roasted brown rice
Japanese tea (with roasted rice)

珠茶

see styles
Mandarin zhū chá / zhu1 cha2
Taiwan chu ch`a / chu cha
Chinese gunpowder tea, Chinese green tea whose leaves are each formed into a small pellet

理查

see styles
Mandarinchá / li3 cha2
Taiwan li ch`a / li cha
Blanchard Vertical Wall Scroll
Chinese Richard (name)

理查德

see styles
Mandarinchá/ li3 cha2 de2
Taiwan li ch`a te / li cha te
Chinese Richard (name)

理查森

see styles
Mandarinchá sēn / li3 cha2 sen1
Taiwan li ch`a sen / li cha sen
Chinese Richardson (name)

甘茶

see styles
Mandarin gān chá / gan1 cha2
Taiwan kan ch`a / kan cha
Japanese amacha / あまちゃ
Japanese (1) Hydrangea macrophylla var. thunbergii (variety of bigleaf hydrangea); (2) sweet hydrangea leaf; hydrangea tea; (female given name) Choko
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

監察

see styles
Mandarin jiān chá / jian1 cha2
Taiwan chien ch`a / chien cha
Japanese kansatsu / かんさつ
Chinese to supervise; to control
Japanese (noun/participle) inspection; inspector

監察人

see styles
Mandarin jiān chá rén / jian1 cha2 ren2
Taiwan chien ch`a jen / chien cha jen
Chinese supervisor; monitor; watchdog

監察局

see styles
Mandarin jiān chá jú / jian1 cha2 ju2
Taiwan chien ch`a chü / chien cha chü
Chinese inspection office; supervisory office

監察部

see styles
Mandarin jiān chá bù / jian1 cha2 bu4
Taiwan chien ch`a pu / chien cha pu
Chinese Ministry of Supervision (MOS)

監察院

see styles
Mandarin jiān chá yuàn / jian1 cha2 yuan4
Taiwan chien ch`a yüan / chien cha yüan
Chinese Control Yuan, a watchdog under the constitution of Republic of China, then of Taiwan

監查

see styles
Mandarin jiān chá / jian1 cha2
Taiwan chien ch`a / chien cha
Chinese to supervise; to auditor; to monitor

監查員

see styles
Mandarin jiān chá yuán / jian1 cha2 yuan2
Taiwan chien ch`a yüan / chien cha yüan
Chinese supervisor; monitor

盤察

see styles
Mandarin pán chá / pan2 cha2
Taiwan p`an ch`a / pan cha
Chinese to interrogate; to examine

盤查

see styles
Mandarin pán chá / pan2 cha2
Taiwan p`an ch`a / pan cha
Chinese to interrogate; to question (at a roadblock)

省察

see styles
Mandarin xǐng chá / xing3 cha2
Taiwan hsing ch`a / hsing cha
Japanese seisatsu / sesatsu / せいさつ
Chinese to examine; to cast a critical eye over (especially in the context of introspection)
Japanese (noun/participle) reflection; consideration
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

督察

see styles
Mandarinchá / du1 cha2
Taiwan tu ch`a / tu cha
Chinese to supervise; to superintend; inspector; censorship

矮地茶

see styles
Mandarin ǎi dì chá / ai3 di4 cha2
Taiwan ai ti ch`a / ai ti cha
Chinese Japanese Ardisia herb; Herba Ardisiae japonicae

see styles
Mandarin chá / cha2
Taiwan ch`a / cha
Chinese fault; glass fragment; quarrel

稽查

see styles
Mandarinchá / ji1 cha2
Taiwan chi ch`a / chi cha
Chinese inspection

稽查員

see styles
Mandarinchá yuán / ji1 cha2 yuan2
Taiwan chi ch`a yüan / chi cha yüan
Chinese inspector; ticket inspector

篩查

see styles
Mandarin shāi chá / shai1 cha2
Taiwan shai ch`a / shai cha
Chinese screening (medicine)

糾察

see styles
Mandarin jiū chá / jiu1 cha2
Taiwan chiu ch`a / chiu cha
Chinese to maintain order; steward (policing a meeting)

紅茶

see styles
Mandarin hóng chá / hong2 cha2
Taiwan hung ch`a / hung cha
Japanese koucha / kocha / こうちゃ
Chinese black tea; CL:杯[bei1],壺|壶[hu2]
Japanese black tea; (female given name) Kureha; (female given name) Kuresa

紅茶菌

see styles
Mandarin hóng chá jun / hong2 cha2 jun1
Taiwan hung ch`a chün / hung cha chün
Japanese kouchakinoko / kochakinoko / こうちゃきのこ
Chinese kombucha (fermented tea)
Japanese kombucha; drink of northern Chinese origin made by fermentation of sweetened tea

細察

see styles
Mandarinchá / xi4 cha2
Taiwan hsi ch`a / hsi cha
Chinese to observe carefully

經查

see styles
Mandarin jīng chá / jing1 cha2
Taiwan ching ch`a / ching cha
Chinese upon investigation

綠茶

see styles
Mandarinchá / lu:4 cha2
Taiwan lü ch`a / lü cha
Chinese green tea

綠茶婊

see styles
Mandarinchá biǎo / lu:4 cha2 biao3
Taiwan lü ch`a piao / lü cha piao
Chinese "green tea bitch", a girl who seems innocent and charming but is actually calculating and manipulative

緝查

see styles
Mandarinchá / ji1 cha2
Taiwan chi ch`a / chi cha
Chinese to raid; to search (for criminal)

總觀察


总观察

see styles
Mandarin zǒng guān chá / zong3 guan1 cha2
Taiwan tsung kuan ch`a / tsung kuan cha
Japanese sō kansatsu
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

置茶湯


置茶汤

see styles
Mandarin zhì chá tāng / zhi4 cha2 tang1
Taiwan chih ch`a t`ang / chih cha tang
Japanese oki chatō
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

考察

see styles
Mandarin kǎo chá / kao3 cha2
Taiwan k`ao ch`a / kao cha
Japanese kousatsu / kosatsu / こうさつ
Chinese to inspect; to observe and study; on-the-spot investigation
Japanese (noun/participle) consideration; inquiry; enquiry; investigation; study
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

考察團

see styles
Mandarin kǎo chá tuán / kao3 cha2 tuan2
Taiwan k`ao ch`a t`uan / kao cha tuan
Chinese inspection team

考察船

see styles
Mandarin kǎo chá chuán / kao3 cha2 chuan2
Taiwan k`ao ch`a ch`uan / kao cha chuan
Chinese survey ship

考察隊

see styles
Mandarin kǎo chá duì / kao3 cha2 dui4
Taiwan k`ao ch`a tui / kao cha tui
Chinese investigation team; scientific expedition

考查

see styles
Mandarin kǎo chá / kao3 cha2
Taiwan k`ao ch`a / kao cha
Chinese to investigate; to study

能觀察


能观察

see styles
Mandarin néng guān chá / neng2 guan1 cha2
Taiwan neng kuan ch`a / neng kuan cha
Japanese nō kansatsu
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

般茶迦

see styles
Mandarin bān chá jiā / ban1 cha2 jia1
Taiwan pan ch`a chia / pan cha chia
Japanese hanchaka
[Note: The middle character is erroneous; it should be 荼. Same with the next entry.] paṇḍaka. The general name for eunuchs. The five classes with various degrees of sexual impotence: (1) 扇搋 ṣaṇḍha (ṣaṇḍha paṇḍaka); by birth impotent. (2) 留拏 rugṇa or ruṇḍa paṇḍaka; 'maimed, ' i.e. emasculated males. (3) 砂梨沙掌拏 īrṣyā (īrṣyā paṇḍaka); those whose sexual desires are only aroused by jealousy. (4) 半擇迦 paṇḍaka are eunuchs in general, but in this category are described as hermaphrodites. (5) 博叉 pakṣa (pakṣa pāṇḍaka); impotent during one-half of the month. A newer classification distinguishes those with incomplete from those with complete organs; the incomplete being (1) ṣaṇḍha, or jātipaṇḍaka as above; and (2) emasculated males; the complete are the others; the fifth being stimulated when bathing or evacuating. Other forms: 般吒; 半托; 半擇迦 tr. 黃門; (Skt. paṇḍaka)

花茶

see styles
Mandarin huā chá / hua1 cha2
Taiwan hua ch`a / hua cha
Chinese scented tea; CL:杯[bei1],壺|壶[hu2]

see styles
Mandarin chá / cha2
Taiwan ch`a / cha
Chinese stubble land after crop has been taken; a second crop obtained by rotation of land; an opportunity

茬口

see styles
Mandarin chá kǒu / cha2 kou3
Taiwan ch`a k`ou / cha kou
Chinese harvested land left for rotation; an opportunity

茬地

see styles
Mandarin chá/ cha2 di4
Taiwan ch`a ti / cha ti
Chinese stubble land after crop has been taken

茬子

see styles
Mandarin chá zi / cha2 zi5
Taiwan ch`a tzu / cha tzu
Chinese stubble

see styles
Mandarin chá / cha2
Taiwan ch`a / cha
Japanese cha / ちゃ
Blanchard Vertical Wall Scroll
Chinese tea; tea plant; CL:杯[bei1],壺|壶[hu2]
Japanese (1) (See お茶・1) tea; (2) tea plant (Camellia sinensis); (3) (See 茶道) tea preparation; making tea; (4) (abbreviation) (See 茶色) brown; (noun or adjectival noun) (5) (archaism) (See 茶化す) mockery; (surname, given name) Cha
Tea; tea-leaves; translit. ja, jha.

茶具

see styles
Mandarin chá/ cha2 ju4
Taiwan ch`a chü / cha chü
Chinese tea set; tea service

茶几

see styles
Mandarin chá/ cha2 ji1
Taiwan ch`a chi / cha chi
Chinese small side table; coffee table; teapoy (ornamental tripod with caddies for tea)

茶包

see styles
Mandarin chá bāo / cha2 bao1
Taiwan ch`a pao / cha pao
Chinese tea bag; (slang) trouble (loanword)

茶匙

see styles
Mandarin chá chí / cha2 chi2
Taiwan ch`a ch`ih / cha chih
Japanese chasaji / ちゃさじ
Chinese teaspoon
Japanese teaspoon

茶器

see styles
Mandarin chá/ cha2 qi4
Taiwan ch`a ch`i / cha chi
Japanese chaki / ちゃき
Japanese (1) tea utensils; (2) container for powdered green tea (tea ceremony)
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

茶坊

see styles
Mandarin chá fáng / cha2 fang2
Taiwan ch`a fang / cha fang
Japanese chabou / chabo / ちゃぼう
Chinese teahouse
Japanese (personal name) Chabou
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

茶垢

see styles
Mandarin chá gòu / cha2 gou4
Taiwan ch`a kou / cha kou
Chinese tea stain (on the inside of a tea pot, tea cup etc)

茶壺

see styles
Mandarin chá/ cha2 hu2
Taiwan ch`a hu / cha hu
Japanese chatsubo / ちゃつぼ
Chinese teapot; CL:把[ba3]
Japanese tea jar; tea urn

茶室

see styles
Mandarin chá shì / cha2 shi4
Taiwan ch`a shih / cha shih
Japanese chashitsu / ちゃしつ
Japanese tearoom; tea house; tea-ceremony room; tea arbour; tea arbor; (surname) Chiyamuro
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

茶座

see styles
Mandarin chá zuò / cha2 zuo4
Taiwan ch`a tso / cha tso
Japanese chaza / ちゃざ
Chinese teahouse; tea-stall with seats; tea-garden or teahouse seat
Japanese (surname) Chaza

茶房

see styles
Mandarin chá fáng / cha2 fang2
Taiwan ch`a fang / cha fang
Japanese sabou / sabo / さぼう
Chinese waiter; steward; porter; teahouse
Japanese teahouse; coffee shop; (surname) Abe
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

茶敘

see styles
Mandarin chá/ cha2 xu4
Taiwan ch`a hsü / cha hsü
Chinese to take tea and chat; a small-scale informal gathering with tea and snacks

茶晶

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

茶會

see styles
Mandarin chá huì / cha2 hui4
Taiwan ch`a hui / cha hui
Chinese tea party

茶杯

see styles
Mandarin chá bēi / cha2 bei1
Taiwan ch`a pei / cha pei
Chinese teacup; tea-glass; cup; mug; CL:隻|只[zhi1]

茶樓

see styles
Mandarin chá lóu / cha2 lou2
Taiwan ch`a lou / cha lou
Chinese tearoom; teahouse; dimsum restaurant (Hong Kong)

茶樹

see styles
Mandarin chá shù / cha2 shu4
Taiwan ch`a shu / cha shu
Chinese tea tree; Camellia sinensis

茶水

see styles
Mandarin chá shuǐ / cha2 shui3
Taiwan ch`a shui / cha shui
Chinese tea prepared in large quantity using inexpensive tea leaves

茶湯


茶汤

see styles
Mandarin chá tāng / cha2 tang1
Taiwan ch`a t`ang / cha tang
Japanese chatou / chato / ちゃとう
Japanese (1) an offering of tea and hot water made to Buddha or the spirit of the deceased; (2) a tea infusion; tea and hot water; (3) (See 茶の湯) tea ceremony
Tea and hot water, used as offerings to the spirits. 茶毘 v. 荼.

茶矩磨

see styles
Mandarin chá jǔ mó / cha2 ju3 mo2
Taiwan ch`a chü mo / cha chü mo
Japanese chakuma
Fragrant flowers, i.e. 鬱金 from Western or Central Asia for scenting wine, and for calling down the spirits; kuṅkuma

茶矩麼


茶矩么

see styles
Mandarin chá jǔ mó / cha2 ju3 mo2
Taiwan ch`a chü mo / cha chü mo
Japanese chakuma
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

茶碗

see styles
Mandarin chá wǎn / cha2 wan3
Taiwan ch`a wan / cha wan
Japanese chawan / ちゃわん
Chinese teacup
Japanese rice bowl; tea cup; teacup

茶禮


茶礼

see styles
Mandarin chá/ cha2 li3
Taiwan ch`a li / cha li
Japanese charai
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

茶經

see styles
Mandarin chá jīng / cha2 jing1
Taiwan ch`a ching / cha ching
Chinese the Classic of Tea, first monograph ever on tea and its culture, written by 陸羽|陆羽[Lu4 Yu3] between 760-780

茶缸

see styles
Mandarin chá gāng / cha2 gang1
Taiwan ch`a kang / cha kang
Chinese mug

茶色

see styles
Mandarin chá/ cha2 se4
Taiwan ch`a se / cha se
Japanese chairo / ちゃいろ
Chinese dark brown; tawny
Japanese (noun - becomes adjective with の) light brown; tawny

茶花

see styles
Mandarin chá huā / cha2 hua1
Taiwan ch`a hua / cha hua
Japanese chabana / ちゃばな
Chinese camellia
Japanese seasonal flowers arranged for a tea ceremony; flowers in a tea room; (surname) Chiyapana; (place-name) Chabana

茶莊

see styles
Mandarin chá zhuāng / cha2 zhuang1
Taiwan ch`a chuang / cha chuang
Chinese tea shop

茶葉

see styles
Mandarin chá/ cha2 ye4
Taiwan ch`a yeh / cha yeh
Japanese chaba / ちゃば
Chinese tea; tea leaves; CL:盒[he2],罐[guan4],包[bao1],片[pian4]
Japanese tea leaf; tea leaves

茶葉蛋

see styles
Mandarin chá yè dàn / cha2 ye4 dan4
Taiwan ch`a yeh tan / cha yeh tan
Chinese tea egg (egg boiled with flavorings which may include black tea)

茶藝

see styles
Mandarin chá/ cha2 yi4
Taiwan ch`a i / cha i
Chinese the art of tea

茶藨子

see styles
Mandarin chá biāo zi / cha2 biao1 zi5
Taiwan ch`a piao tzu / cha piao tzu
Chinese gooseberry

茶袋

see styles
Mandarin chá dài / cha2 dai4
Taiwan ch`a tai / cha tai
Japanese chabukuro / ちゃぶくろ
Chinese tea bag
Japanese teabag

茶褐色

see styles
Mandarin chá hé sè / cha2 he2 se4
Taiwan ch`a ho se / cha ho se
Japanese chakasshoku / ちゃかっしょく
Chinese dark brown; tawny
Japanese dark reddish-brown; liver color
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

茶話會

see styles
Mandarin chá huà huì / cha2 hua4 hui4
Taiwan ch`a hua hui / cha hua hui
Chinese tea party

茶農

see styles
Mandarin chá nóng / cha2 nong2
Taiwan ch`a nung / cha nung
Chinese tea grower

茶道

see styles
Mandarin chá dào / cha2 dao4
Taiwan ch`a tao / cha tao
Japanese sadou(p);chadou(ok)(p) / sado(p);chado(ok)(p) / さどう(P);ちゃどう(ok)(P)
Blanchard Vertical Wall Scroll
Chinese Japanese tea ceremony; sado
Japanese tea ceremony; Way of Tea; (place-name) Chadou
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

茶錢

see styles
Mandarin chá qián / cha2 qian2
Taiwan ch`a ch`ien / cha chien
Chinese tip; gratuity; money for tea

茶鏽

see styles
Mandarin chá xiù / cha2 xiu4
Taiwan ch`a hsiu / cha hsiu
Chinese tea stain (on the inside of a tea pot, tea cup etc)

茶闍他


茶阇他

see styles
Mandarin chá dū tā / cha2 du1 ta1
Taiwan ch`a tu t`a / cha tu ta
Japanese chajata
jadata, coldness, apathy, stupidity; (Skt. jaḍatā)

茶陵

see styles
Mandarin chá líng / cha2 ling2
Taiwan ch`a ling / cha ling
Chinese Chaling county in Zhuzhou 株洲, Hunan

茶陵縣

see styles
Mandarin chá líng xiàn / cha2 ling2 xian4
Taiwan ch`a ling hsien / cha ling hsien
Chinese Chaling county in Zhuzhou 株洲, Hunan

茶隼

see styles
Mandarin chá sǔn / cha2 sun3
Taiwan ch`a sun / cha sun
Chinese kestrel; common Eurasian falcon (Falco tinnunculus)

茶館

see styles
Mandarin chá guǎn / cha2 guan3
Taiwan ch`a kuan / cha kuan
Chinese teahouse; CL:家[jia1]

茶館兒

see styles
Mandarin chá guǎn r / cha2 guan3 r5
Taiwan ch`a kuan r / cha kuan r
Chinese a teashop

茶鹼

see styles
Mandarin chá jiǎn / cha2 jian3
Taiwan ch`a chien / cha chien
Chinese Theophylline

茶點

see styles
Mandarin chá diǎn / cha2 dian3
Taiwan ch`a tien / cha tien
Chinese tea and cake; refreshments; tea and dimsun 點心|点心, traditional Hong Kong lunch

菊花茶

see styles
Mandarin jú huā chá / ju2 hua1 cha2
Taiwan chü hua ch`a / chü hua cha
Chinese chrysanthemum tea

視察

see styles
Mandarin shì chá / shi4 cha2
Taiwan shih ch`a / shih cha
Japanese shisatsu / しさつ
Chinese to inspect; an investigation
Japanese (n,vs,adj-no) inspection; observation

覩察

see styles
Mandarinchá / du3 cha2
Taiwan tu ch`a / tu cha
Japanese tosatsu
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

覺察


觉察

see styles
Mandarin jué chá / jue2 cha2
Taiwan chüeh ch`a / chüeh cha
Japanese kakusatsu
Chinese to sense; to perceive; to come to realize; to be aware
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

觀察


观察

see styles
Mandarin guān chá / guan1 cha2
Taiwan kuan ch`a / kuan cha
Japanese kansatsu
Chinese to observe; to watch; to survey; to examine; observation; view; perspective; CL:個|个[ge4]
pravicaya; investigation; meditation on and inquiry into; vibhāvana, clear perception; observation

觀察力

see styles
Mandarin guān chá lì / guan1 cha2 li4
Taiwan kuan ch`a li / kuan cha li
Chinese power of observation; perception

觀察員

see styles
Mandarin guān chá yuán / guan1 cha2 yuan2
Taiwan kuan ch`a yüan / kuan cha yüan
Chinese observer

觀察哨

see styles
Mandarin guān chá shào / guan1 cha2 shao4
Taiwan kuan ch`a shao / kuan cha shao
Chinese sentry post

觀察家

see styles
Mandarin guān chá jiā / guan1 cha2 jia1
Taiwan kuan ch`a chia / kuan cha chia
Chinese observer; The Observer (UK newspaper)

觀察已


观察已

see styles
Mandarin guān chá yǐ / guan1 cha2 yi3
Taiwan kuan ch`a i / kuan cha i
Japanese kansatsu i
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

觀察心


观察心

see styles
Mandarin guān chá xīn / guan1 cha2 xin1
Taiwan kuan ch`a hsin / kuan cha hsin
Japanese kansatsu shin
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

觀察智


观察智

see styles
Mandarin guān chá zhì / guan1 cha2 zhi4
Taiwan kuan ch`a chih / kuan cha chih
Japanese kansatsu chi
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

觀察者

see styles
Mandarin guān chá zhě / guan1 cha2 zhe3
Taiwan kuan ch`a che / kuan cha che
Chinese observer

觀察覺


观察觉

see styles
Mandarin guān chá jué / guan1 cha2 jue2
Taiwan kuan ch`a chüeh / kuan cha chüeh
Japanese kansatsu kaku
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

觀察門


观察门

see styles
Mandarin guān chá mén / guan1 cha2 men2
Taiwan kuan ch`a men / kuan cha men
Japanese kanzatsu mon
Contemplation of the joys of Amitābha's Pure Land, one of the 五念門; meditating on the glories of the Pure Land

訪查

see styles
Mandarin fǎng chá / fang3 cha2
Taiwan fang ch`a / fang cha
Chinese to investigate

詢查

see styles
Mandarin xún chá / xun2 cha2
Taiwan hsün ch`a / hsün cha
Chinese to make inquiries

see styles
Mandarin chá / cha2
Taiwan ch`a / cha
Chinese variant of 察[cha2]

話茬

see styles
Mandarin huà chá / hua4 cha2
Taiwan hua ch`a / hua cha
Chinese tone of voice; topic; subject under discussion

話茬兒

see styles
Mandarin huà chá r / hua4 cha2 r5
Taiwan hua ch`a r / hua cha r
Chinese erhua variant of 話茬|话茬[hua4 cha2]

調查

see styles
Mandarin diào chá / diao4 cha2
Taiwan tiao ch`a / tiao cha
Chinese investigation; inquiry; to investigate; to survey; survey; (opinion) poll; CL:項|项[xiang4],個|个[ge4]

調查員

see styles
Mandarin diào chá yuán / diao4 cha2 yuan2
Taiwan tiao ch`a yüan / tiao cha yüan
Chinese investigator

調查團

see styles
Mandarin diào chá tuán / diao4 cha2 tuan2
Taiwan tiao ch`a t`uan / tiao cha tuan
Chinese investigating team

調查者

see styles
Mandarin diào chá zhě / diao4 cha2 zhe3
Taiwan tiao ch`a che / tiao cha che
Chinese investigator

調查表

see styles
Mandarin diào chá biǎo / diao4 cha2 biao3
Taiwan tiao ch`a piao / tiao cha piao
Chinese questionnaire; inventory list; CL:張|张[zhang1],份[fen4]

請喝茶

see styles
Mandarin qǐng hē chá / qing3 he1 cha2
Taiwan ch`ing ho ch`a / ching ho cha
Chinese (lit.) to invite to tea; (fig.) (of police etc) to interrogate sb about their subversive political activities and warn them against further involvement

諦察


谛察

see styles
Mandarinchá / di4 cha2
Taiwan ti ch`a / ti cha
Japanese taisatsu
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

警察

see styles
Mandarin jǐng chá / jing3 cha2
Taiwan ching ch`a / ching cha
Japanese keisatsu / kesatsu / けいさつ
Blanchard Vertical Wall Scroll
Chinese police; police officer; CL:個|个[ge4]
Japanese (noun - becomes adjective with の) (1) police; (2) (abbreviation) (See 警察官) police officer; (3) (abbreviation) (See 警察署) police station

警察局

see styles
Mandarin jǐng chá jú / jing3 cha2 ju2
Taiwan ching ch`a chü / ching cha chü
Chinese police station; police department; police headquarters

警察廳

see styles
Mandarin jǐng chá tīng / jing3 cha2 ting1
Taiwan ching ch`a t`ing / ching cha ting
Chinese National Police Agency (Japan)

警察署

see styles
Mandarin jǐng chá shǔ / jing3 cha2 shu3
Taiwan ching ch`a shu / ching cha shu
Japanese keisatsusho / kesatsusho / けいさつしょ
Chinese police station
Japanese police station

貢茶

see styles
Mandarin gòng chá / gong4 cha2
Taiwan kung ch`a / kung cha
Chinese Gong Cha, international franchise selling Taiwan-style milk tea and smoothies etc, established in Kaohsiung in 2006

踏查

see styles
Mandarinchá / ta4 cha2
Taiwan t`a ch`a / ta cha
Chinese to investigate on the spot

追查

see styles
Mandarin zhuī chá / zhui1 cha2
Taiwan chui ch`a / chui cha
Chinese to try to find out; to trace; to track down

道碴

see styles
Mandarin dào chá / dao4 cha2
Taiwan tao ch`a / tao cha
Chinese (railway) ballast

遮文茶

see styles
Mandarin zhē wén chá / zhe1 wen2 cha2
Taiwan che wen ch`a / che wen cha
Japanese Shabuncha
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

酥油茶

see styles
Mandarin sū yóu chá / su1 you2 cha2
Taiwan su yu ch`a / su yu cha
Chinese butter tea (Tibetan, Mongolian etc drink derived from milk)

重查

see styles
Mandarin chóng chá / chong2 cha2
Taiwan ch`ung ch`a / chung cha
Chinese to investigate again; to reopen a case

飲茶

see styles
Mandarin yǐn chá / yin3 cha2
Taiwan yin ch`a / yin cha
Japanese yamucha / ヤムチャ
Chinese to have tea and refreshments; to have dimsum lunch (Cantonese)
Japanese (See 点心・2) yum cha (chi:); eating snacks (esp. dim sum) with tea

體察

see styles
Mandarinchá / ti3 cha2
Taiwan t`i ch`a / ti cha
Chinese to experience; to observe

鬍茬

see styles
Mandarinchá / hu2 cha2
Taiwan hu ch`a / hu cha
Chinese beard stubble

黑茶

see styles
Mandarin hēi chá / hei1 cha2
Taiwan hei ch`a / hei cha
Chinese dark tea, a variety of fermented tea (e.g. Pu'er tea 普洱茶[Pu3 er3 cha2])

點查

see styles
Mandarin diǎn chá / dian3 cha2
Taiwan tien ch`a / tien cha
Chinese to inspect

龍井茶

see styles
Mandarin lóng jǐng chá / long2 jing3 cha2
Taiwan lung ching ch`a / lung ching cha
Chinese Longjing (tea)
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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
Teachachá / cha2 / chach`a / cha
Becca波察bō chá / bo1 cha2 / bo cha / bochapo ch`a / pocha / po cha
Chad查德chá dé / cha2 de2 / cha de / chadech`a te / chate / cha te
Charleen查琳chá lín / cha2 lin2 / cha lin / chalinch`a lin / chalin / cha lin
Charlene查蓮
查莲
chá lián / cha2 lian2 / cha lian / chalianch`a lien / chalien / cha lien
Charley查利chá lì / cha2 li4 / cha li / chalich`a li / chali / cha li
Charlie查利chá lì / cha2 li4 / cha li / chalich`a li / chali / cha li
Charly查利chá lì / cha2 li4 / cha li / chalich`a li / chali / cha li
Chas查斯chá sī / cha2 si1 / cha si / chasich`a ssu / chassu / cha ssu
Chuck梅根chá kè / cha2 ke4 / cha ke / chakech`a k`o / chako / cha ko
Concha孔查kǒng chá / kong3 cha2 / kong cha / kongchak`ung ch`a / kungcha / kung cha
Nica涅察niè chá / nie4 cha2 / nie cha / niechanieh ch`a / niehcha / nieh cha
Police警察keisatsujǐng chá / jing3 cha2 / jing cha / jingchaching ch`a / chingcha / ching cha
Richard理查lǐ chá / li3 cha2 / li cha / lichali ch`a / licha / li cha
Tea Fate茶緣
茶缘
chá yuán / cha2 yuan2 / cha yuan / chayuanch`a yüan / chayüan / cha yüan
Tea Pot茶壺
茶壶
cha tsubo / chatsubochá hú / cha2 hu2 / cha hu / chahuch`a hu / chahu / cha hu
The Way of Tea茶道cha dou / chadou / cha do / chadochá dào / cha2 dao4 / cha dao / chadaoch`a tao / chatao / cha tao
Arancha阿蘭查
阿兰查
ā lán chá
a1 lan2 cha2
a lan cha
alancha
a lan ch`a
alancha
a lan cha
Chapman查普曼chá pǔ màn
cha2 pu3 man4
cha pu man
chapuman
ch`a p`u man
chapuman
cha pu man
Charles查爾斯chá ér sī
cha2 er2 si1
cha er si
chaersi
ch`a erh ssu
chaerhssu
cha erh ssu
Charlize查理茲
查理兹
chá lǐ cí
cha2 li3 ci2
cha li ci
chalici
ch`a li tz`u
chalitzu
cha li tzu
Chaz查爾斯
查尔斯
chá ěr sī
cha2 er3 si1
cha er si
chaersi
ch`a erh ssu
chaerhssu
cha erh ssu
Maritsa馬里查
马里查
mǎ lǐ chá
ma3 li3 cha2
ma li cha
malicha
ma li ch`a
malicha
ma li cha
State of Anarchy無警察
无警察
mukeisatsuwú jíng chá
wu2 jing2 cha2
wu jing cha
wujingcha
wu ching ch`a
wuchingcha
wu ching cha
Charlton查爾頓
查尔顿
chá ěr dùn
cha2 er3 dun4
cha er dun
chaerdun
ch`a erh tun
chaerhtun
cha erh tun
Charisse查里斯chá lǐ sī
cha2 li3 si1
cha li si
chalisi
ch`a li ssu
chalissu
cha li ssu
Chadwick查德威克chá dé wēi kè
cha2 de2 wei1 ke4
cha de wei ke
chadeweike
ch`a te wei k`o
chateweiko
cha te wei ko
Richardson理查德森lǐ chá dé sēn
li3 cha2 de2 sen1
li cha de sen
lichadesen
li ch`a te sen
lichatesen
li cha te sen
Blanchard布蘭查德
布兰查德
bù lán chá dé
bu4 lan2 cha2 de2
bu lan cha de
bulanchade
pu lan ch`a te
pulanchate
pu lan cha te
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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All of our calligraphy wall scrolls are handmade.

When the calligrapher finishes creating your artwork, it is taken to my art mounting workshop in Beijing where a wall scroll is made by hand from a combination of silk, rice paper, and wood.
After we create your wall scroll, it takes at least two weeks for air mail delivery from Beijing to you.

Allow a few weeks for delivery. Rush service speeds it up by a week or two for $10!

When you select your calligraphy, you'll be taken to another page where you can choose various custom options.


A nice Chinese calligraphy wall scroll

The wall scroll that Sandy is holding in this picture is a "large size"
single-character wall scroll.
We also offer custom wall scrolls in small, medium, and an even-larger jumbo size.

A professional Chinese Calligrapher

Professional calligraphers are getting to be hard to find these days.
Instead of drawing characters by hand, the new generation in China merely type roman letters into their computer keyboards and pick the character that they want from a list that pops up.

There is some fear that true Chinese calligraphy may become a lost art in the coming years. Many art institutes in China are now promoting calligraphy programs in hopes of keeping this unique form of art alive.

Trying to learn Chinese calligrapher - a futile effort

Even with the teachings of a top-ranked calligrapher in China, my calligraphy will never be good enough to sell. I will leave that to the experts.

A high-ranked Chinese master calligrapher that I met in Zhongwei

The same calligrapher who gave me those lessons also attracted a crowd of thousands and a TV crew as he created characters over 6-feet high. He happens to be ranked as one of the top 100 calligraphers in all of China. He is also one of very few that would actually attempt such a feat.


Check out my lists of Japanese Kanji Calligraphy Wall Scrolls and Old Korean Hanja Calligraphy Wall Scrolls.

Some people may refer to this entry as Cha2 Kanji, Cha2 Characters, Cha2 in Mandarin Chinese, Cha2 Characters, Cha2 in Chinese Writing, Cha2 in Japanese Writing, Cha2 in Asian Writing, Cha2 Ideograms, Chinese Cha2 symbols, Cha2 Hieroglyphics, Cha2 Glyphs, Cha2 in Chinese Letters, Cha2 Hanzi, Cha2 in Japanese Kanji, Cha2 Pictograms, Cha2 in the Chinese Written-Language, or Cha2 in the Japanese Written-Language.