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Hunting in Chinese / Japanese...

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Beast / Animal

China shòu
Japan shishi
Beast / Animal

獸 means beast, animal, brute, beastly, or bestial. A strange selection for a calligraphy wall scroll.

獸 is a very generic term for beast, so it can be one hunted for food (such as a deer or boar). It can also mean a great animal, or someone who acts like a beast.

Note: In Japanese, this can be the personal name Munetada.


獣 In modern Japan, they use the version of this character shown to the right. If your audience in Japanese, click this special Kanji instead of the button above.

Hunter / Huntsmen

Japan ryou shi
Hunter / Huntsmen

This his hunter or huntsman in Japanese Kanji.

There are several ways to say "hunter" in Japanese but this is probably the most common.

The first Kanji means hunting or game.

The second Kanji means master, specialist, or teacher. In this case, it will be read as "master." So this is also "game master" or "hunt master."

Hunt Foxes with Stealth, Hunt Wolves in the Open

China àn dǎ hú li míng dǎ láng
Hunt Foxes with Stealth, Hunt Wolves in the Open

This Chinese proverb literally translates as: Hunt foxes stealthily, [and] hunt wolves openly [just as they themselves do].

Figuratively, this means:
Different opponents require different appropriate strategies.

This is a suggestion that you should know your enemy, and know that each enemy is different, that therefore requires a specialized approach (attack).


See Also:  Art of War Military


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

Characters

If shown, 2nd row is Simp. Chinese

Pronunciation
Romanization
Simple Dictionary Definition

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Mandarin é / e2
Taiwan o
Japanese otori / おとり
Chinese decoy
Japanese (1) (kana only) decoy (for hunting); stool; (2) (kana only) lure; decoy; stool pigeon; trap

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Mandarin shòu / shou4
Taiwan shou
Japanese kari / かり
Chinese to hunt; to go hunting (as winter sport in former times); hunting dog; imperial tour
Japanese (1) hunting; (n,n-suf) (2) harvesting (e.g. berries, fruit); picking; gathering; (surname) Kari

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Mandarin liè / lie4
Taiwan lieh
Japanese ryou / ryo / りょう
Chinese Japanese variant of 獵|猎
Japanese (noun - becomes adjective with の) hunting; game; (given name) Ryou


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Mandarin liè / lie4
Taiwan lieh
Japanese ryō
Chinese hunting
To hunt.

三田

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Mandarin sān tián / san1 tian2
Taiwan san t`ien / san tien
Japanese minda / みんだ    mitsuda / みつだ    mitsuta / みつた    mida / みだ    mitamura / みたむら    mita / みた    sanden / さんでん    sanda / さんだ    santa / さんた    sata / さた
Chinese 3 annual hunting bouts; 3 qi points; Mita, Sanda, Mitsuda etc (Japanese surname or place name)
Japanese (surname) Minda; (place-name, surname) Mitsuda; (surname) Mitsuta; (surname) Mida; (surname) Mitamura; (place-name, surname) Mita; (place-name) Sanden; (place-name, surname) Sanda; (surname) Santa; (surname) Sata
The three "fields" of varying qualities of fertility, i.e. bodhisattvas, śrāvakas, and icchantis, respectively producing a hundred-fold, fifty-fold, onefold. 涅槃經 33; three fields

両蓋

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Japanese ryoubuta / ryobuta / りょうぶた Japanese hunting-case watch

休猟

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Japanese kyuuryou / kyuryo / きゅうりょう Japanese (noun/participle) suspension of hunting

保活

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Japanese hokatsu / ほかつ Japanese (abbreviation) (colloquialism) (from 保育園 and 活動) kindergarten hunting

入合

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Japanese iriai / いりあい Japanese common (e.g. fishery or hunting ground); commonage; (surname) Iriai

出猟

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Japanese shutsuryou / shutsuryo / しゅつりょう Japanese (noun/participle) going hunting

出獵


出猎

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Mandarin chū liè / chu1 lie4
Taiwan ch`u lieh / chu lieh
Chinese to go out hunting

南苑

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Mandarin nán yuàn / nan2 yuan4
Taiwan nan yüan
Japanese nanen / なんえん
Chinese Nanyuan or "Southern Park", an imperial hunting domain during the Yuan, Ming and Qing Dynasties, now the site of Nanhaizi Park in the south of Beijing
Japanese (given name) Nan'en

圍場


围场

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Mandarin wéi chǎng / wei2 chang3
Taiwan wei ch`ang / wei chang
Chinese enclosure; pig pen; hunting ground exclusively kept for emperor or nobility (in former times); Weichang Manchu and Mongol autonomous county in Chengde 承德[Cheng2 de2], Hebei

婚活

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Japanese konkatsu / こんかつ Japanese (noun/participle) (colloquialism) (abbreviation) searching for a marriage partner; marriage hunting; activities leading to marriage, e.g. dating, courtship, etc.

媒鳥

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Japanese baichou / baicho / ばいちょう    otori / おとり Japanese (kana only) decoy (for hunting); stool; (1) (kana only) decoy (for hunting); stool; (2) (kana only) lure; decoy; stool pigeon; trap

射翳

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Japanese mabushi / まぶし Japanese (1) (archaism) makeshift hunting blind; waiting in a makeshift hunting blind; (2) (archaism) ambush; troops in ambush

小鷹

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Japanese kotaka / こたか Japanese (1) (abbreviation) (See 大鷹) small hawk or falcon (used for hunting); (2) (See 小鷹狩) falconry (using small hawks or falcons); (surname) Kodaka; (surname, female given name) Kotaka; (surname) Odaka; (surname) Otaka

就活

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Japanese shuukatsu / shukatsu / しゅうかつ Japanese (abbreviation) (See 就職活動) job hunting; job searching

山立

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Japanese yamadachi / やまだち Japanese (irregular okurigana usage) (1) bandit; brigand; (2) hunter; (3) ancient hunting communities in Tohoku; (place-name) Yamadachi

巻狩

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Japanese makigari / まきがり Japanese hunt (where the hunting area is surrounded on four sides by hunters)

打獵


打猎

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Mandarin dǎ liè / da3 lie4
Taiwan ta lieh
Chinese to go hunting

捕獵


捕猎

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Mandarin bǔ liè / bu3 lie4
Taiwan pu lieh
Chinese hunting

探訪


探访

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Mandarin tàn fǎng / tan4 fang3
Taiwan t`an fang / tan fang
Japanese tanbou / tanbo / たんぼう
Chinese to seek by inquiry or search; to call on; to visit
Japanese (noun/participle) searching; hunting for news story; journalist

求職

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Mandarin qiú zhí / qiu2 zhi2
Taiwan ch`iu chih / chiu chih
Japanese kyuushoku / kyushoku / きゅうしょく
Chinese to seek employment
Japanese (n,vs,adj-no) job hunting; seeking employment

漁猟

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Japanese gyoryou / gyoryo / ぎょりょう Japanese fishing and hunting

漁獵


渔猎

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Mandarin yú liè / yu2 lie4
Taiwan yü lieh
Japanese gyoryō
Chinese fishing and hunting; fig. to loot; to plunder
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

物色

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Mandarin wù sè / wu4 se4
Taiwan wu se
Japanese busshoku / ぶっしょく
Chinese to look for; to seek; to choose; color of object; color of fleece (of domestic animal); to see; to notice; all kinds of things; odds and ends
Japanese (noun/participle) (1) looking for a particular person or thing; searching high and low; hunting for; rummaging; scouring (a place) looking for (something); (2) picking out; singling out

狩り

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Japanese kari / かり Japanese (1) hunting; (n,n-suf) (2) harvesting (e.g. berries, fruit); picking; gathering

狩倉

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Japanese karikura / かりくら Japanese (1) hunting ground; (2) hunting contest; (surname) Karikura

狩場

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Japanese kariba / かりば Japanese hunting ground; hunting preserve; (place-name, surname) Kariba

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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
Beast
Animal

shishishòu / shou4 / shou
Hunter
Huntsmen
猟師ryou shi / ryoushi / ryo shi / ryoshi
Hunt Foxes with Stealth, Hunt Wolves in the Open闇打狐狸明打狼
暗打狐狸明打狼
àn dǎ hú li míng dǎ láng
an4 da3 hu2 li ming2 da3 lang2
an da hu li ming da lang
andahulimingdalang
an ta hu li ming ta lang
antahulimingtalang
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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Family
Father
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Gemini
Heart of a Warrior
Hello
I Love You Forever and Always
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Keep Fighting
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Love
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Mind Body Spirit
Mother
Mushin
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Rooster
Strength
Strong Heart
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The Way
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Trust No Man
Victory
White
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Winter
Wolf
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