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Indian

China yìn dù rén
Japan in do jin
Indian Vertical Wall Scroll

印度人 is the Chinese, Japanese Kanji, and old Korean Hanja for Indian (a person from India).

印度人 is kind of an odd selection to put on a wall scroll but people keep searching for this title, so I added it.

Native American / Indian

China yìn dì ān
Native American / Indian Vertical Wall Scroll

印第安 is the Chinese title for (American) Indian or Native American.

For disambiguation, this refers only to indigenous people North America.

印第安 is a transliteration, so it is meant to sound like the English word "Indian" using Chinese sounds.

印第安 is not a common selection for a calligraphy wall scroll.

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Characters

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Pronunciation
Romanization
Simple Dictionary Definition


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Mandarin lián / lian2
Taiwan lien
Japanese hachisu / はちす    hasu / はす
Chinese lotus
Japanese (out-dated or obsolete kana usage) (1) (kana only) sacred lotus (Nelumbo nucifera); Indian lotus; lotus; (2) rose of Sharon (Hibiscus syriacus); (kana only) sacred lotus (Nelumbo nucifera); Indian lotus; lotus; (surname, female given name) Ren; (place-name, surname) Hachisu; (surname, female given name) Hasu
puṇḍarīka, the lotus, especially the white lotus, Numphoea alba; padma, especially the Nelumbium speciosum; utpala, the Nymphoea coerulea, the blue lotus; kumuda, Nymphoea esculenta, white lotus, or N. rubra, red lotus; nīlotpala, N. cyanea, a blue lotus. The first four are called white, red, blue, and yellow lotuses; but the white lotus is generally meant unless otherwise specified.

マヤ

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Japanese maya / マヤ
Native American / Indian Vertical Wall Scroll
Japanese Maya (ancient Indian tribe in Central America); (female given name) Maya; Maia

印度人

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Mandarin yìn dù rén / yin4 du4 ren2
Taiwan yin tu jen
Japanese indojin / インドじん
Native American / Indian Vertical Wall Scroll
Chinese Indian (person); CL:個|个[ge4]; Indian people
Japanese (ateji / phonetic) Indian

印第安

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Mandarin yìn dì ān / yin4 di4 an1
Taiwan yin ti an
Native American / Indian Vertical Wall Scroll
Chinese (American) Indian; native American; indigenous peoples of the Americas

眼鏡蛇


眼镜蛇

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Mandarin yǎn jìng shé / yan3 jing4 she2
Taiwan yen ching she
Japanese meganehebi / めがねへび
Chinese cobra
Japanese spectacled cobra; Indian cobra; Asian cobra (Naja naja)

阿修羅


阿修罗

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Mandarin ā xiū luó / a1 xiu1 luo2
Taiwan a hsiu lo
Japanese ashura / あしゅら
Chinese Asura, malevolent spirits in Indian mythology
Japanese Asura (fighting demon); (female given name) Ashura
asura, 修羅 originally meaning a spirit, spirits, or even the gods, it generally indicates titanic demons, enemies of the gods, with whom, especially Indra, they wage constant war. They are defined as 'not devas', and 'ugly', and 'without wine'. Other forms are 阿須羅 (or 阿蘇羅, or 阿素羅); 阿修倫 (or羅須倫 or 阿修輪 or 羅須輪); 阿素洛; 阿差. Four classes are named according to their manner of rebirth-egg, born, womb-born, transformation-born, and spawn- or water-born. Their abode is in the ocean, north of Sumeru, but certain of the weaker dwell in a western mountain cave. They have realms, rulers, and palaces, as have the devas. The 阿修羅道 is one of the six gatis, or ways of reincarnation. The 修羅場 or 修羅巷 is the battlefield of the asuras against Indra. The 阿修羅琴 are their harps.


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Mandarin tán / tan2
Taiwan t`an / tan
Japanese kumori / くもり
Chinese dark clouds
Japanese cloudiness; cloudy weather; shadow; (surname) Kumori
Clouds covering the sun, spreading clouds; translit. dh in dharma 曇摩, 曇磨, 曇無; v. 達 and 法. Dharma is also the initial character for a number of names of noted Indian monks, e.g. 曇磨毱多; 達摩瞿諦; 曇無德 Dharmagupta, founder of a school, the 曇無德部 which flourished in Ceylon A.D 400. Also Dharmajātayaśas, Dharmakāla, Dharmākara, Dharmamitra, Dharmanandi, Dharmapriya, Dharmarakṣa, Dharmaruci, Dharmasatva, Dharmayaśas, etc.

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Mandarin liàn / lian4
Taiwan lien
Japanese sendan / せんだん    ouchi / ochi / おうち
Chinese Melia japonica
Japanese (1) (kana only) chinaberry; Japanese bead tree (Melia azedarach); (2) Indian sandalwood (Santalum album); (1) (archaism) chinaberry; Japanese bead tree (Melia azedarach); (2) light purple outside, green inside; purple outside, light purple inside; type of garment layering color scheme, worn in April and May

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Mandarin dǔ // zhú / du3 // zhu2
Taiwan tu // chu
Japanese chiku / ちく    jiku / じく    atsushi / あつし
Chinese variant of 篤|笃[du3]; surname Zhu; abbr. for 天竺[Tian1 zhu2] India (esp. in Tang or Buddhist context); Buddhism (archaic)
Japanese (surname) Chiku; (surname) Jiku; (given name) Atsushi
Indian. 竺土; 天竺; 竺India.

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Mandarin qǐng / qing3
Taiwan ch`ing / ching
Chinese Indian mallow (Abutilon theophrasti); Indian hemp (cannabis)

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Mandarin qiàn / qian4
Taiwan ch`ien / chien
Japanese akane;akane / あかね;アカネ
Chinese Rubia cordifolia; Indian madder; munjeet
Japanese (1) (kana only) madder (esp. Japanese madder, Rubia argyi); (2) madder (red color); (surname, female given name) Sen; (surname) Sei; (surname, female given name) Akane

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Mandarin ǒu / ou3
Taiwan ou
Japanese hasu / はす
Chinese root of lotus
Japanese (kana only) sacred lotus (Nelumbo nucifera); Indian lotus; lotus
The water-lily root, arrowroot.

ダル

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Japanese daru / ダル Japanese (can be adjective with の) (1) dull; (2) (food term) Indian split pulse (lentils, peas or beans) (hin:); Indian pulse stew; dal; daal; (place-name) Daru (Papua New Guinea); Dal

ハス

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Japanese hasu / ハス Japanese (kana only) three-lips (freshwater fish of the minnow family, Opsariichthys uncirostris); (kana only) sacred lotus (Nelumbo nucifera); Indian lotus; lotus; (personal name) Has; Hass

三季

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Mandarin sān jì / san1 ji4
Taiwan san chi
Japanese miki / みき
Japanese (female given name) Miki
The "three seasons" of an Indian year— spring, summer, and winter; a year.

九儀


九仪

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Mandarin jiǔ yí / jiu3 yi2
Taiwan chiu i
Japanese ku gi
The nine "Indian" ways of showing respect, according to Xuanzang — asking about welfare; bowing the head; holding high the hands; bowing with folded hands; bending the knee; kneeling; hands and knees on the ground; elbows and knees ditto; the whole body prostrate; nine postures

佛像

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Mandarin fó xiàng / fo2 xiang4
Taiwan fo hsiang
Japanese butsuzou / butsuzo / ぶつぞう
Chinese Buddhist image; statue of Buddha or Bodhisattva; CL:尊[zun1], 張|张[zhang1]
Japanese statue of Buddha; image of Buddha; Buddhist statue; Buddhist image
Buddha's image, or pratimā. There is a statement that in the fifth century A.D. the images in China were of Indian features, thick lips, high nose, long eyes, full jaws, etc., but that after the Tang the form became "more effeminate"; an image of the Buddha

便追

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Japanese binzui;binzui / びんずい;ビンズイ Japanese (kana only) olive-backed pipit (Anthus hodgsoni); Hodgson's tree pipit; Indian tree pipit

修羅


修罗

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Mandarin xiū luó / xiu1 luo2
Taiwan hsiu lo
Japanese shura / しゅら
Chinese Asura, malevolent spirits in Indian mythology
Japanese fighting; scene of carnage; (female given name) Shura
asura, demons who war with Indra; v. 阿修羅; it is also sura, which means a god, or deity.

八時


八时

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Mandarin bā shí / ba1 shi2
Taiwan pa shih
Japanese hachiji
An Indian division of the day into eight "hours", four for day and four for night; eight hours

内明

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Japanese naimyou / naimyo / ないみょう Japanese (See 五明) adhyatmavidya (inner studies, ancient Indian philosophy); (personal name) Mitsuaki

分衛


分卫

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Mandarin fēn wèi / fen1 wei4
Taiwan fen wei
Japanese wakee / わけえ
Japanese (surname) Wakee
piṇḍapāta, 賓荼波多; 儐荼夜 food given as alms; piṇḍapātika means one who lives on alms; it is also interpreted as 團墮 lumps (of food) falling (into the begging bowl); the reference is to the Indian method of rolling the cooked food into a bolus for eating, or such a bolus given to the monks.

刺桐

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Mandarin cì tóng / ci4 tong2
Taiwan tz`u t`ung / tzu tung
Chinese Indian coral tree; sunshine tree; tiger's claw; Erythrina variegata (botany)

印僑

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Japanese inkyou / inkyo / いんきょう Japanese Indian working abroad; overseas Indian

印哲

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Japanese intetsu / いんてつ Japanese Indian philosophy

印棉

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Japanese inmen / いんめん Japanese Indian cotton (raw)

印綿

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Japanese inmen / いんめん Japanese Indian cotton (raw)

叉手

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Mandarin chā shǒu / cha1 shou3
Taiwan ch`a shou / cha shou
Japanese shashu
The palms of the hands together with the fingers crossed forming ten. Also, the palms together with the middle fingers crossing each other, an old Indian form of greeting. In China anciently the left hand was folded over the right, but with women the right hand was over the left. In mourning salutations the order was reversed; folding the palms of the hands together with the fingers crossed

吠舍

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Mandarin fèi shě / fei4 she3
Taiwan fei she
Japanese beisha
鞞吠(or 毘吠);吠奢 vaiśya; the third of the four Indian castes, that of agriculture and trade.

吠鹿

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Japanese hoejika;hoejika / ほえじか;ホエジカ Japanese (kana only) common muntjac (species of barking deer, Muntiacus muntjak); Indian muntjac

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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
Indian印度人in do jin / indojinyìn dù rén
yin4 du4 ren2
yin du ren
yinduren
yin tu jen
yintujen
Native American
Indian
印第安yìn dì ān
yin4 di4 an1
yin di an
yindian
yin ti an
yintian



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