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| 1. Bravery / Courage
2. Courage and Strength
3. Inspire with redoubled courage
4. Strength and Courage
5. Honor Courage
| 6. Honor Courage Commitment
7. Courageous Spirit
8. Honor, Courage, Commitment
9. Courage to do what is right
10. Fidelity Honor Courage
|11. Fortune Favors the Brave|
12. Brave the Waves
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This word is about courage is bravery in the face of fear. You do the right thing even when it is hard or scary. When you are courageous, you don't give up. You try new things. You admit mistakes. This kind of courage is the willingness to take action in the face of danger and peril.
These characters can also be translated as: braveness, valor, heroic, fearless, boldness, prowess, gallantry, audacity, daring, dauntless and/or courage in Japanese, Chinese, and Korean. This version of bravery/courage can be an adjective or a noun. The first character means bravery and courage by itself. The second character means "daring" by itself. The second character just emphasizes the meaning of the first, but adds an idea that you are not afraid of taking a dare, and you are not afraid of danger.
This is about brave behavior versus the mental state of being brave. You'd more likely use this to say, "He fought courageously in the battle", rather than "He is very courageous".
This character can be translated as bravery, courage, valor, or fearless in Chinese, Japanese and Korean. This is the simplest form to express courage or bravery, as there is also a two character form which starts with this same character.
This character can also be translated as brave, daring, fearless, plucky or heroic.
This is also a virtue of the Samurai Warrior
See our page with just Code of the Samurai / Bushido here
See Also... Bravery
There are several ways to express bravery and courage in Chinese, Japanese, and Korean. This version is the most spiritual. This is the essence of bravery from deep within your being. This is the mental state of being brave versus actual brave behavior. You'd more likely use this to say, "He is very courageous", rather than "He fought courageously in the battle".
The first character also means bravery or courage when it's seen alone. With the second character added, an element of energy or spirit is added. The second character is the same "chi" or "qi" energy that Kung Fu masters focus when they strike. For this reason, you could say this means "spirit of courage" or "brave spirit".
This is certainly a stronger word than just the first character alone.
Beyond bravery or courage, dictionaries also translate this word as valour, valor, nerve, audacity, daring, pluck, plucky, gallantry, guts, gutsy and boldness.
This is also one of the 8 key concepts of tang soo do.
While the version shown to the left is commonly used in Chinese and Korean Hanja (and ancient Japanese Kanji), please note that the second character is written with slightly fewer strokes in modern Japanese. If you want the modern Japanese version, please click on the character to the right. Both styles would be understood by native Chinese, Japanese, and many (but not all) Korean people. You should choose character based on the intended audience for your calligraphy artwork. Or pick the single-character form of bravery/courage which is universal.
This is a very short way to say "courage and strength" in Chinese and Japanese.
In Japanese, it's read more like "strong courage" or "powerful courage". This can also be the personal name Yuri or Yuuri in Japanese.
This means to inspire someone with fresh courage or redoubled courage in Japanese.
The Kanji breakdown:
勇気 (yuuki) courage; bravery; valour; valor; nerve; boldness.
百 (hyaku) 100; hundred.
倍 (bai) twice; double; 2-times; 2-fold.
While not a typical Chinese phrase, this is how to write "strength and courage".
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This may not be the most common Japanese phrase, but this is how to write "strength and courage" in Japanese.
This is a word list that means "Honor [and] Courage". Word lists are not that common in Chinese, but we've put this one on the best order/context to make it as natural as possible.
We used the "honor" that leans toward the definition of dignity and integrity since that seemed like the best match for courage.
This is a word list that reads, "榮譽 勇氣 責任" or "honor courage commitment".
If you are looking for this, it is likely that you are in the military (probably Navy or Marines).
We worked on this for a long time to find the right combination of words in Chinese. However, it should still be noted that word lists are not very natural in Chinese. Most of the time, there would be a subject, verb, and object for a phrase with this many words.
This Chinese title means "unyielding character", "courageous spirit", "integrity", or "moral backbone".
This means "Honor, Courage, Commitment" in Japanese.
This is a common military phrase in English used in the Navy and Marines.
This is a word list, which is not the most natural kind of composition in Japanese (usually there is a subject, object, and verb - or a single word).
This is a word list that was requested by a customer. Word lists are not that common in Chinese, but we've put this one on the best order/context to make it as natural as possible.
We used the "honor" that leans toward the definition of "dignity" since that seemed like the best match for the other two words.
Please note: These are three two-character words. You should choose the single-column format when you get to the options when you order this selection. The two-column option would split one word or it would be arranged with four characters on one side and two on the other.
This Japanese proverb suggests that in history, the brave or courageous tend to be the ones who win.
This can be translated from Chinese as "braving the waves" or "bravely setting sail". It literally means: "break/cleave/cut [the] waves".
This is a great title to encourage yourself or someone else not to be afraid of problems or troubles.
Because of the context, this is especially good for sailors or yachtsmen and surfers too.
Note: While this can be understood in Japanese, it's not commonly-used in Japan. Therefore, please consider this to be primarily a Chinese proverb.
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The following table is only helpful for those studying Chinese (or Japanese), and perhaps helps search engines to find this page when someone enters Romanized Chinese or Japanese
|Romaji(Romanized Japanese)||Various forms of Romanized Chinese|
|Bravery / Courage||勇敢|
|Bravery / Courage||勇|
|isamu / yu-||yǒng|
|Bravery / Courage||勇气 / 勇気|
|Courage and Strength||勇力|
|Inspire with redoubled courage||勇気百倍|
|yuuki hyaku bai|
yuki hyaku bai
|Strength and Courage||力量和勇气|
|n/a||lì liàng hé yǒng qì|
li liang he yong qi
li liang ho yung ch`i
|li4 liang4 he2 yong3 qi4|
li liang ho yung chi
|Strength and Courage||力と勇気|
|riki to yu ki|
|n/a||zūn yán yǒng qì|
zun yan yong qi
tsun yen yung ch`i
|zun1 yan2 yong3 qi4|
tsun yen yung chi
|Honor Courage Commitment||荣誉勇气责任|
|n/a||róng yù yǒng qì zé rèn|
rong yu yong qi ze ren
jung yü yung ch`i tse jen
|rong2 yu4 yong3 qi4 ze2 ren4|
jung yü yung chi tse jen
|Honor, Courage, Commitment||名誉, 勇気, 決意|
名譽, 勇気, 決意
|meiyo yuuki ketsui|
meiyo yuki ketsui
|Courage to do what is right||见义勇为|
|n/a||jiàn yì yǒng wéi|
jian yi yong wei
chien i yung wei
|jian4 yi4 yong3 wei2|
|Fidelity Honor Courage||信义尊严勇气|
|n/a||xìn yì zūn yán yǒng qì|
xin yi zun yan yong qi
hsin i tsun yen yung ch`i
|xin4 yi4 zun1 yan2 yong3 qi4|
hsin i tsun yen yung chi
|Fortune Favors the Brave||勇者は幸運に恵まれる|
|yuusha ha kouun ni megumareru |
yusha ha koun ni megumareru
|Brave the Waves||破浪|
|n/a||yǒng wǎng zhí qián|
yong wang zhi qian
yung wang chih ch`ien
|yong3 wang3 zhi2 qian2|
yung wang chih chien
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