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Fuji in Chinese / Japanese...

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Mt. Fuji

China fù shì shān
Japan fujiyama / fujisan
Mt. Fuji

富士山 is the Chinese and Japanese Kanji title for Mt. Fuji in Japan

富士山 is also known as Fujiyama or Fuji-san.

Violet

China jǐn
Japan sumire
Violet

菫 is the Japanese Kanji for violet.

This can refer to any flower of genus Viola, esp. the Fuji dawn, Viola mandshurica.

This can also be the Japanese name Sumire. 菫 is also commonly written in Katakana as スミレ.

菫 is a variant of Chinese character 堇 (jin3) which has the same meaning.

Wisteria

China téng
Japan fuji
Wisteria

藤 is the Japanese Kanji for wisteria (especially Japanese wisteria, Wisteria floribunda).

藤 is also written with a longer title, 藤の花 (fuji no hana), which just adds "flower of" to the end.

藤 is really only applicable in Japanese, as it means the following in Chinese: Creepers, cane; canes; rattan; vine.


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Characters

If shown, 2nd row is Simp. Chinese

Pronunciation
Romanization
Simple Dictionary Definition

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Mandarin jǐn / jin3
Taiwan chin
Japanese sumire;sumire / すみれ;スミレ
Wisteria
Chinese variant of 堇[jin3]; violet
Japanese (kana only) violet (any flower of genus Viola, esp. the Fuji dawn, Viola mandshurica); (surname, female given name) Sumire; (female given name) Sumina; (female given name) Kin

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Mandarin téng / teng2
Taiwan t`eng / teng
Japanese fuji(p);fuji / ふじ(P);フジ
Wisteria
Chinese rattan; cane; vine
Japanese wisteria (esp. Japanese wisteria, Wisteria floribunda); wistaria; (personal name) Fujitsugu; (personal name) Fujitsugi; (surname) Fujitaka; (personal name) Fujisue; (personal name) Fujikatsu; (surname, female given name) Fuji; (personal name) Dou; (personal name) Touji; (surname) Touzaki; (surname) Tou; (surname, female given name) Katsura
Creepers, canes; wisteria

富士山

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Mandarin fù shì shān / fu4 shi4 shan1
Taiwan fu shih shan
Japanese fujiyama / ふじやま    fujisan / ふじさん    toshiya / としや
Wisteria
Chinese Mt. Fuji, Japan
Japanese Mount Fuji; Mt. Fuji; Fujiyama; Fuji-san; (place-name, surname) Fujiyama; (place-name) Fujisan; (personal name) Toshiya

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Mandarin téng / teng2
Taiwan t`eng / teng
Japanese tou / to / とう
Chinese variant of 藤[teng2]
Japanese rattan; (rattan) cane (e.g. used in wicker furniture); (surname) Fuji

フジ

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Japanese fuji / フジ Japanese wisteria (esp. Japanese wisteria, Wisteria floribunda); wistaria; (c) Fuji

不二

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Mandarin bù èr / bu4 er4
Taiwan pu erh
Japanese funi / ふに    fuji / ふじ
Japanese {Buddh} advaitam (non-duality); (1) being two sides of the same coin; being the same (while appearing different); (2) (See 不一・1) Very sincerely yours; (adj-no,n) (3) (archaism) (orig. meaning) peerless; unparalleled; unparallelled; (surname, female given name) Fuji
advaya. No second, non-duality, the one and undivided, the unity of all things, the one reality、 the universal Buddha-nature. There are numerous combinations, e. g. 善惡不二 good and evil are not a dualism: nor are 有 and 空 the material and immaterial, nor are 迷 and 悟 delusion and awareness— all these are of the one Buddha-nature.

不似

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Mandarin bù sì / bu4 si4
Taiwan pu ssu
Japanese fuji
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

不時


不时

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Mandarin bù shí / bu4 shi2
Taiwan pu shih
Japanese fuji / ふじ
Chinese from time to time; now and then; occasionally; frequently
Japanese (noun - becomes adjective with の) emergency; unexpectedness

不次

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Japanese fuji / ふじ Japanese (noun or adjectival noun) irregularity

不治

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Mandarin bù zhì / bu4 zhi4
Taiwan pu chih
Japanese fuji;fuchi / ふじ;ふち
Chinese to die of illness or injury despite having received medical help
Japanese (noun - becomes adjective with の) incurability
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

富士

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Mandarin fù shì / fu4 shi4
Taiwan fu shih
Japanese fujisaki / ふじさき    fuji / ふじ    tomiji / とみじ    tomishi / とみし    tomio / とみお    toshi / とし
Chinese Fuji (Japanese company)
Japanese (surname) Fujisaki; (p,s,f) Fuji; (surname) Tomiji; (surname) Tomishi; (surname, given name) Tomio; (female given name) Toshi
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

富岳

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Japanese fugaku / ふがく    tomioka / とみおか Japanese Mount Fuji; Mt. Fuji; (given name) Fugaku; (surname) Tomioka

富嶽

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Japanese tomioka / とみおか Japanese Mount Fuji; Mt. Fuji; (surname) Tomioka

岳麓

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Japanese gakuroku / がくろく Japanese foot of Mt Fuji

普慈

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Mandarin pǔ cí / pu3 ci2
Taiwan p`u tz`u / pu tzu
Japanese fuji
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

菫草

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Japanese sumiregusa / すみれぐさ Japanese (archaism) Fuji dawn (species of violet, Viola mandshurica)

蓬莱

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Japanese hourai / horai / ほうらい Japanese (1) Mount Penglai; Penglai Island; enchanted land of perpetual youth from Chinese mythology; (2) (See 三蓬莱) sacred mountain (e.g. Mount Fuji, Mount Kumano, etc.); (3) (abbreviation) (See 蓬莱飾り) Kansai New Year decoration (made from food); (4) Formosa; Taiwan; (surname) Yomogirai; (place-name, surname) Hourai; (place-name) Houshirai

藤井

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Mandarin téng jǐng / teng2 jing3
Taiwan t`eng ching / teng ching
Japanese fujii / fuji / ふぢい    fushii / fushi / ふじい    fuabio / ふしい
Chinese Fujii (Japanese surname)
Japanese (surname) Fudzii; (place-name, surname) Fujii; (surname) Fushii; (surname) Fuabio

豆桜

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Japanese mamezakura;mamezakura / まめざくら;マメザクラ Japanese (kana only) (See 富士桜) Fuji cherry (Prunus incisa)

スミレ

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Japanese sumire / スミレ Japanese (kana only) violet (any flower of genus Viola, esp. the Fuji dawn, Viola mandshurica); (female given name) Sumire

三名山

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Japanese sanmeizan / sanmezan / さんめいざん Japanese (abbreviation) (See 日本三名山) Japan's Three Famous Mountains (Mt. Fuji, Mt. Tate and Mt. Haku)

三蓬莱

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Japanese sanhourai / sanhorai / さんほうらい Japanese (obscure) (See 霊山) the three sacred mountains: Fuji, Atsuta, and Kumano

三霊山

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Japanese sanreizan / sanrezan / さんれいざん Japanese (abbreviation) (See 日本三霊山・にほんさんれいざん) Japan's Three Holy Mountains (Mt. Fuji, Mt. Tate and Mt. Haku)

三鳥派

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Japanese sanchouha / sanchoha / さんちょうは Japanese (See 富士派) Sancho Sect (of the Fuji School of Nichiren Buddhism; 1661-1673 CE)

不二山

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Japanese fujiyama / ふじやま    fujisan / ふじさん Japanese (out-dated kanji) Mount Fuji; Mt. Fuji; Fujiyama; Fuji-san; (surname) Fujiyama; (personal name) Fujisan

不尽山

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Japanese fujiyama / ふじやま    fujisan / ふじさん Japanese (out-dated kanji) Mount Fuji; Mt. Fuji; Fujiyama; Fuji-san

初富士

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Japanese hatsufuji / はつふじ Japanese gazing at Mount Fuji on New Year's day

剣が峰

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Japanese kengamine / けんがみね Japanese (1) rim of a volcano, esp. Mt. Fuji; (2) (sumo) wrestling ring; (3) dire or risky situation with no room for error; sink-or-swim position

剣ケ峰

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Japanese kengamine / けんがみね Japanese (1) rim of a volcano, esp. Mt. Fuji; (2) (sumo) wrestling ring; (3) dire or risky situation with no room for error; sink-or-swim position; (personal name) Kengamine

剣ヶ峰

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Japanese kengamine / けんがみね Japanese (1) rim of a volcano, esp. Mt. Fuji; (2) (sumo) wrestling ring; (3) dire or risky situation with no room for error; sink-or-swim position; (personal name) Kengamine

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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
Mt. Fuji富士山fujiyama / fujisanfù shì shān
fu4 shi4 shan1
fu shi shan
fushishan
fu shih shan
fushihshan
Violetsumirejǐn / jin3 / jinchin
Wisteriafujiténg / teng2 / tengt`eng / teng



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