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Finland

China fēn lán
Finland

芬蘭 is the Chinese name for the country of Finland


See Also:  Sweden | Norway | Denmark | Europe

Orchid

China lán
Japan ran
Orchid

蘭 is the character for orchid in Chinese, Japanese Kanji, and old Korean Hanja.

Also: Epidendrum.

蘭 is used in some context to mean fragrant, elegant, or refined.

蘭 can also be the Chinese family name romanized as, "Lan." However, it is not the only character that can be romanized as Lan.

In Japanese and Korean, this character means orchid but is also used as a suffix or short name for the Netherlands / Holland.

Blue / Indigo

Color
China lán
Japan ai
Blue / Indigo

藍 is the single character for the color blue in Chinese. It can also mean indigo in Japanese Kanji and old Korean Hanja.

Irish

China ài ěr lán rén
Irish

愛爾蘭人 is the Chinese title for an Irish person.


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Characters

If shown, 2nd row is Simp. Chinese

Pronunciation
Romanization
Simple Dictionary Definition


see styles
Mandarin lǎn / lan3
Taiwan lan
Chinese variant of 擥[lan3]

一攬子


一揽子

see styles
Mandarinlǎn zi / yi1 lan3 zi5
Taiwan i lan tzu
Chinese all-inclusive; undiscriminating

一覽


一览

see styles
Mandarinlǎn / yi1 lan3
Taiwan i lan
Chinese an overview; at a glance

三框欄


三框栏

see styles
Mandarin sān kuàng lán / san1 kuang4 lan2
Taiwan san k`uang lan / san kuang lan
Chinese name of radical in Chinese characters (Kangxi radical 22); see also 匚[fang1]

下三濫


下三滥

see styles
Mandarin xià sān làn / xia4 san1 lan4
Taiwan hsia san lan
Chinese riffraff; scum; lowlife; despicable; inferior

下三爛


下三烂

see styles
Mandarin xià sān làn / xia4 san1 lan4
Taiwan hsia san lan
Chinese variant of 下三濫|下三滥[xia4 san1 lan4]

亞蘭


亚兰

see styles
Mandarinlán / ya4 lan2
Taiwan ya lan
Chinese Ram (son of Hezron)

亮藍


亮蓝

see styles
Mandarin liàng lán / liang4 lan2
Taiwan liang lan
Chinese bright blue

人伽藍


人伽蓝

see styles
Mandarin rén qié lán / ren2 qie2 lan2
Taiwan jen ch`ieh lan / jen chieh lan
Japanese ningaran
This is given by Eitel as "Narasaṃghārāma of Kapisa,' But this is doubtful; Narasaṃghārāma (?)

任務欄


任务栏

see styles
Mandarin rèn wù lán / ren4 wu4 lan2
Taiwan jen wu lan
Chinese taskbar

伊斯蘭


伊斯兰

see styles
Mandarin yī sī lán / yi1 si1 lan2
Taiwan i ssu lan
Chinese Islam

伊爛拏


伊烂拿

see styles
Mandarinlàn/ yi1 lan4 na2
Taiwan i lan na
Japanese Iranna
(伊爛拏鉢伐多) Iiriṇa-parvata, or Hiraṇya-parvata. An ancient kingdom noted for a volcano near its capital, the present Monghir, Lat. 25 16 N., Long. 86°26 E. Eitel.

伊蘭


伊兰

see styles
Mandarinlán / yi1 lan2
Taiwan i lan
Japanese iran;iran / いらん;イラン
Japanese (kana only) castor oil plant (Ricinus communis); (f,p) Iran
airāvaṇa, erāvaṇa, 伊羅 and other forms, v. supra; name of a tree with beautiful flowers of nauseous scent which spreads its odour for 40 li; typifying 煩惱 the passions and delusions; (Skt. airāvaṇa)

伯特蘭


伯特兰

see styles
Mandarin bó tè lán / bo2 te4 lan2
Taiwan po t`e lan / po te lan
Chinese Bertrand (name)

伸懶腰


伸懒腰

see styles
Mandarin shēn lǎn yāo / shen1 lan3 yao1
Taiwan shen lan yao
Chinese to stretch oneself (on waking or when tired etc)

伽藍


伽蓝

see styles
Mandarin qié lán / qie2 lan2
Taiwan ch`ieh lan / chieh lan
Japanese garan / がらん
Japanese (1) (abbreviation) {Buddh} (See 僧伽藍摩) temple (esp. large one); monastery; (suffix noun) (2) {Buddh} temple building; (surname) Tokiai; (surname) Garan
僧伽藍摩; 僧藍 saṅghārāma or saṅghāgāra. (1) The park of a monastery. (2) A monastery, convent. There are eighteen伽藍神 guardian spirits of a monastery.

伽藍神


伽蓝神

see styles
Mandarin qié lán shén / qie2 lan2 shen2
Taiwan ch`ieh lan shen / chieh lan shen
Japanese garan jin
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

伽蘭他


伽兰他

see styles
Mandarin jiā lán tā / jia1 lan2 ta1
Taiwan chia lan t`a / chia lan ta
Japanese karanta
grantha, a treatise, section, verse; the scriptures of the Sikhs; (Skt. grantha)

伽蘭哆


伽兰哆

see styles
Mandarin qié lán chǐ / qie2 lan2 chi3
Taiwan ch`ieh lan ch`ih / chieh lan chih
Japanese Garanta
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

佈告欄


布告栏

see styles
Mandarin bù gào lán / bu4 gao4 lan2
Taiwan pu kao lan
Chinese bulletin board

佈蘭森


布兰森

see styles
Mandarinlán sēn / bu4 lan2 sen1
Taiwan pu lan sen
Chinese Branson or Brandsen (name); Sir Richard Branson (1950-), British millionaire and founder of Virgin

低欄


低栏

see styles
Mandarinlán / di1 lan2
Taiwan ti lan
Chinese low hurdles (track event)

佛蘭德


佛兰德

see styles
Mandarinlán/ fo2 lan2 de2
Taiwan fo lan te
Chinese of or relating to Flemish people, language or culture

佩蘭


佩兰

see styles
Mandarin pèi lán / pei4 lan2
Taiwan p`ei lan / pei lan
Chinese orchid; fragrant thoroughwort; (botany) Eupatorium fortunei; Herba Eupatorii (used in Chinese medicine)

依蘭


依兰

see styles
Mandarinlán / yi1 lan2
Taiwan i lan
Chinese Yilan county in Harbin 哈爾濱|哈尔滨[Ha1 er3 bin1], Heilongjiang

依蘭縣


依兰县

see styles
Mandarinlán xiàn / yi1 lan2 xian4
Taiwan i lan hsien
Chinese Yilan county in Harbin 哈爾濱|哈尔滨[Ha1 er3 bin1], Heilongjiang

便覽


便览

see styles
Mandarin biàn lǎn / bian4 lan3
Taiwan pien lan
Chinese brief guide

俗濫


俗滥

see styles
Mandarinlàn / su2 lan4
Taiwan su lan
Chinese clichéd; tacky

修多闌


修多阑

see styles
Mandarin xiū duō lán / xiu1 duo1 lan2
Taiwan hsiu to lan
Japanese shutaran
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

倶蘭吒


倶兰吒

see styles
Mandarinlán zhā / ju4 lan2 zha1
Taiwan chü lan cha
Japanese kuranta
kuraṇṭa; yellow amaranth; intp. as a red flower, among men with 10 leaves, among devas 100, among buddhas 1,000; also as a material thing, i.e. something with resistance. Cf. 拘.

側邊欄


侧边栏

see styles
Mandarin cè biān lán / ce4 bian1 lan2
Taiwan ts`e pien lan / tse pien lan
Chinese a side-bar (in software)

偷懶


偷懒

see styles
Mandarin tōu lǎn / tou1 lan3
Taiwan t`ou lan / tou lan
Chinese to goof off; to be lazy

偸蘭


偸兰

see styles
Mandarin tōu lán / tou1 lan2
Taiwan t`ou lan / tou lan
Japanese chūran
(偸蘭遮耶), 薩偸羅; 因蘭 sthūlātyaya, a great transgression, one of the major transgressions of a monk or nun.

偸蘭遮


偸兰遮

see styles
Mandarin tōu lán zhē / tou1 lan2 zhe1
Taiwan t`ou lan che / tou lan che
Japanese chūransha
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

傷爛


伤烂

see styles
Mandarin shāng làn / shang1 lan4
Taiwan shang lan
Japanese shōran
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

僧伽藍


僧伽蓝

see styles
Mandarin sēng qié lán / seng1 qie2 lan2
Taiwan seng ch`ieh lan / seng chieh lan
Japanese sōgyaran
(僧伽藍摩) saṅghārāma, a monastery with its garden or grove; also 伽藍.

僧藍


僧蓝

see styles
Mandarin sēng lán / seng1 lan2
Taiwan seng lan
Japanese sōran
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

光纜


光缆

see styles
Mandarin guāng lǎn / guang1 lan3
Taiwan kuang lan
Chinese optical cable

兜攬


兜揽

see styles
Mandarin dōu lǎn / dou1 lan3
Taiwan tou lan
Chinese to canvas (for customers); to solicit; to advertise; to drum up; sales pitch; to take on (a task)

公佈欄


公布栏

see styles
Mandarin gōng bù lán / gong1 bu4 lan2
Taiwan kung pu lan
Chinese bulletin board

典攬


典揽

see styles
Mandarin diǎn lǎn / dian3 lan3
Taiwan tien lan
Japanese tenran
Summary of the essentials of a sutra, or canonical book; canon summary

删提嵐


删提岚

see styles
Mandarin shān tí lán / shan1 ti2 lan2
Taiwan shan t`i lan / shan ti lan
Japanese Sandairan
Described as a fabulous world of the past whose name is given as Śaṇḍilya, but this is doubtful.

加蘭伽


加兰伽

see styles
Mandarin jiā lán jiā / jia1 lan2 jia1
Taiwan chia lan chia
Japanese Karanka
Kalaviṇka, v. 迦.

勾欄


勾栏

see styles
Mandarin gōu lán / gou1 lan2
Taiwan kou lan
Japanese kouran / koran / こうらん
Chinese brothel; theater; carved balustrade
Japanese (archit) railing; handrail; balustrade

勾闌


勾阑

see styles
Mandarin gōu lán / gou1 lan2
Taiwan kou lan
Chinese variant of 勾欄|勾栏[gou1 lan2]

包攬


包揽

see styles
Mandarin bāo lǎn / bao1 lan3
Taiwan pao lan
Chinese to monopolize; to take on responsibility over everything; to undertake the whole task

北荷蘭


北荷兰

see styles
Mandarin běi hé lán / bei3 he2 lan2
Taiwan pei ho lan
Chinese North Holland

卓蘭


卓兰

see styles
Mandarin zhuó lán / zhuo2 lan2
Taiwan cho lan
Chinese Zhuolan or Cholan town in Miaoli county 苗栗縣|苗栗县[Miao2 li4 xian4], northwest Taiwan

卓蘭鎮


卓兰镇

see styles
Mandarin zhuó lán zhèn / zhuo2 lan2 zhen4
Taiwan cho lan chen
Chinese Zhuolan or Cholan town in Miaoli county 苗栗縣|苗栗县[Miao2 li4 xian4], northwest Taiwan

南荷蘭


南荷兰

see styles
Mandarin nán hé lán / nan2 he2 lan2
Taiwan nan ho lan
Chinese South Holland

博覽


博览

see styles
Mandarinlǎn / bo2 lan3
Taiwan po lan
Japanese hakuran
Chinese to read extensively
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

博覽會


博览会

see styles
Mandarinlǎn huì / bo2 lan3 hui4
Taiwan po lan hui
Chinese exposition; international fair

古蘭經


古兰经

see styles
Mandarinlán jīng / gu3 lan2 jing1
Taiwan ku lan ching
Chinese Koran (Islamic scripture); Quran

可蘭經


可兰经

see styles
Mandarinlán jīng / ke3 lan2 jing1
Taiwan k`o lan ching / ko lan ching
Chinese Quran (Islamic scripture)

吉蘭丹


吉兰丹

see styles
Mandarinlán dān / ji2 lan2 dan1
Taiwan chi lan tan
Chinese Kelantan (state of Malaysia)

吊籃


吊篮

see styles
Mandarin diào lán / diao4 lan2
Taiwan tiao lan
Chinese hanging basket (for flowers); gondola (of cable car)

吊蘭


吊兰

see styles
Mandarin diào lán / diao4 lan2
Taiwan tiao lan
Chinese hanging orchid (Chlorophytum comosum); bracket plant

君子蘭


君子兰

see styles
Mandarin jun zǐ lán / jun1 zi3 lan2
Taiwan chün tzu lan
Japanese kunshiran / くんしらん
Chinese scarlet kafir lily; Clivia miniata (botany)
Japanese clivia (esp. drooping clivia, Clivia nobilis); Kaffir lily (Clivia miniata)

吠嵐


吠岚

see styles
Mandarin fèi lán / fei4 lan2
Taiwan fei lan
Japanese hairan
vairambha, v. 毘; (Skt. vairambha)

吠嵐婆


吠岚婆

see styles
Mandarin fèi lán pó / fei4 lan2 po2
Taiwan fei lan p`o / fei lan po
Japanese beiranba
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

吠藍婆


吠蓝婆

see styles
Mandarin fèi lán pó / fei4 lan2 po2
Taiwan fei lan p`o / fei lan po
Japanese bairanba
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

呂覽


吕览

see styles
Mandarinlǎn / lu:3 lan3
Taiwanlan
Chinese "Mr Lü's Annals", same as 呂氏春秋|吕氏春秋[Lu:3 shi4 Chun1 qiu1]

呼蘭


呼兰

see styles
Mandarinlán / hu1 lan2
Taiwan hu lan
Chinese Hulan district of Harbin 哈爾濱|哈尔滨[Ha1 er3 bin1] in Heilongjiang

呼蘭區


呼兰区

see styles
Mandarinlán/ hu1 lan2 qu1
Taiwan hu lan ch`ü / hu lan chü
Chinese Hulan district of Harbin 哈爾濱|哈尔滨[Ha1 er3 bin1] in Heilongjiang

品藍


品蓝

see styles
Mandarin pǐn lán / pin3 lan2
Taiwan p`in lan / pin lan
Chinese pinkish blue

唬爛


唬烂

see styles
Mandarinlàn / hu3 lan4
Taiwan hu lan
Chinese (slang) (Tw) to bullshit; to fool

噶瑪蘭


噶玛兰

see styles
Mandarin gá mǎ lán / ga2 ma3 lan2
Taiwan ka ma lan
Chinese Kavalan, one of the indigenous peoples of Taiwan; old name of Yilan 宜蘭|宜兰 county, Taiwan; Kavalan, a brand of single malt whisky from Taiwan

see styles
Mandarin lán / lan2
Taiwan lan
Chinese confused chatter; incomprehensible babble; variant of 讕|谰, to accuse unjustly

囒哰

see styles
Mandarin lán láo / lan2 lao2
Taiwan lan lao
Chinese confused talk

囒噸


囒吨

see styles
Mandarin lán dūn / lan2 dun1
Taiwan lan tun
Chinese old form of London, capital of United Kingdom; now written 倫敦|伦敦

圍欄


围栏

see styles
Mandarin wéi lán / wei2 lan2
Taiwan wei lan
Chinese fencing; railings; fence

坎壈

see styles
Mandarin kǎn lǎn / kan3 lan3
Taiwan k`an lan / kan lan
Chinese to meet with misfortune

執攬


执揽

see styles
Mandarin zhí lǎn / zhi2 lan3
Taiwan chih lan
Japanese shūran
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

墨角蘭


墨角兰

see styles
Mandarin mò jiǎo lán / mo4 jiao3 lan2
Taiwan mo chiao lan
Chinese marjoram (Origanum majorana)

see styles
Mandarin lǎn / lan3
Taiwan lan
Chinese disappointed

壞爛


坏烂

see styles
Mandarin huài làn / huai4 lan4
Taiwan huai lan
Japanese eran
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

夜闌


夜阑

see styles
Mandarinlán / ye4 lan2
Taiwan yeh lan
Chinese late at night; in the dead of night

夜闌珊


夜阑珊

see styles
Mandarinlán shān / ye4 lan2 shan1
Taiwan yeh lan shan
Chinese late at night

大根蘭


大根兰

see styles
Mandarin dà gēn lán / da4 gen1 lan2
Taiwan ta ken lan
Chinese Cymbidium macrorrhizum Lindl.

天藍


天蓝

see styles
Mandarin tiān lán / tian1 lan2
Taiwan t`ien lan / tien lan
Chinese sky blue

天藍色


天蓝色

see styles
Mandarin tiān lán sè / tian1 lan2 se4
Taiwan t`ien lan se / tien lan se
Chinese azure

奇覽


奇览

see styles
Mandarinlǎn / qi2 lan3
Taiwan ch`i lan / chi lan
Chinese singular excursion; off the beaten track

奧克蘭


奥克兰

see styles
Mandarin ào kè lán / ao4 ke4 lan2
Taiwan ao k`o lan / ao ko lan
Chinese Auckland (New Zealand city); Oakland (California, US city)

奧蘭多


奥兰多

see styles
Mandarin ào lán duō / ao4 lan2 duo1
Taiwan ao lan to
Chinese Orlando

see styles
Mandarin lán / lan2
Taiwan lan
Chinese avaricious


see styles
Mandarin lǎn / lan3
Taiwan lan
Japanese ran
Chinese variant of 懶|懒[lan3]
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

嬾墮


嬾堕

see styles
Mandarin lǎn duò / lan3 duo4
Taiwan lan to
Japanese randa
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

嬾惰

see styles
Mandarin lǎn duò / lan3 duo4
Taiwan lan to
Japanese randa / らんだ
Japanese (adjectival noun) (1) lazy; idle; (2) indolence; laziness; sloth; idleness
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

see styles
Mandarin lǎn / lan3
Taiwan lan
Chinese old variant of 懶|懒[lan3]

see styles
Mandarin lǎn / lan3
Taiwan lan
Chinese old variant of 懶|懒[lan3]

宜蘭


宜兰

see styles
Mandarinlán / yi2 lan2
Taiwan i lan
Japanese giran / ぎらん
Chinese Yilan city and county 宜蘭縣|宜兰县[Yi2 lan2 xian4], northeast Taiwan
Japanese (place-name) Yilan, Ilan, Gilan (province and city in Taiwan)

宜蘭市


宜兰市

see styles
Mandarinlán shì / yi2 lan2 shi4
Taiwan i lan shih
Chinese Yilan city in Yilan county 宜蘭縣|宜兰县[Yi2 lan2 xian4], northeast Taiwan

宜蘭縣


宜兰县

see styles
Mandarinlán xiàn / yi2 lan2 xian4
Taiwan i lan hsien
Chinese Yilan county in northeast Taiwan

富蘭那


富兰那

see styles
Mandarinlán/ fu4 lan2 na4
Taiwan fu lan na
Japanese furanna
Purāṇas. A class of Brahmanic mythological literature; also 布剌拏 (or 補剌拏).

審判欄


审判栏

see styles
Mandarin shěn pàn lán / shen3 pan4 lan2
Taiwan shen p`an lan / shen pan lan
Chinese judgment bar

寶欄


宝栏

see styles
Mandarin bǎo lán / bao3 lan2
Taiwan pao lan
Japanese hōran
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

寶藍


宝蓝

see styles
Mandarin bǎo lán / bao3 lan2
Taiwan pao lan
Chinese sapphire blue

專欄


专栏

see styles
Mandarin zhuān lán / zhuan1 lan2
Taiwan chuan lan
Chinese special column

導覽


导览

see styles
Mandarin dǎo lǎn / dao3 lan3
Taiwan tao lan
Chinese (visitor, tour, audio etc) guide; guided tour; (site) navigator; to guide

尼德蘭


尼德兰

see styles
Mandarin ní dé lán / ni2 de2 lan2
Taiwan ni te lan
Chinese the Netherlands

尼藍婆


尼蓝婆

see styles
Mandarinlán/ ni2 lan2 po2
Taiwan ni lan p`o / ni lan po
Japanese nirampa
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

展覽


展览

see styles
Mandarin zhǎn lǎn / zhan3 lan3
Taiwan chan lan
Chinese to put on display; to exhibit; exhibition; show; CL:個|个[ge4],次[ci4]

展覽會


展览会

see styles
Mandarin zhǎn lǎn huì / zhan3 lan3 hui4
Taiwan chan lan hui
Chinese exhibition; show; CL:個|个[ge4]

展覽館


展览馆

see styles
Mandarin zhǎn lǎn guǎn / zhan3 lan3 guan3
Taiwan chan lan kuan
Chinese exhibition hall

山欖科


山榄科

see styles
Mandarin shān lǎn kē / shan1 lan3 ke1
Taiwan shan lan k`o / shan lan ko
Chinese Sapotaceae (botany)

岢嵐


岢岚

see styles
Mandarinlán / ke3 lan2
Taiwan k`o lan / ko lan
Chinese Kelan county in Xinzhou 忻州[Xin1 zhou1], Shanxi

岢嵐縣


岢岚县

see styles
Mandarinlán xiàn / ke3 lan2 xian4
Taiwan k`o lan hsien / ko lan hsien
Chinese Kelan county in Xinzhou 忻州[Xin1 zhou1], Shanxi

崑士蘭


昆士兰

see styles
Mandarin kūn shì lán / kun1 shi4 lan2
Taiwan k`un shih lan / kun shih lan
Chinese Queensland, northeast Australian state


see styles
Mandarin lán / lan2
Taiwan lan
Japanese arashi / あらし
Chinese mist; name of a mountain
Japanese (1) storm; tempest; (2) difficulty; trouble; (personal name) Ranran; (female given name) Ran; (surname, female given name) Arashi (also Japanese band)
Mountain mist; vapour; mountain mists

嵐山


岚山

see styles
Mandarin lán shān / lan2 shan1
Taiwan lan shan
Japanese ranzan / らんざん    arajiyama / あらじやま    arashiyama / あらしやま
Chinese Lanshan district of Rizhao city 日照市[Ri4 zhao4 shi4], Shandong
Japanese (place-name, surname) Ranzan; (place-name) Ranzan; (surname) Arajiyama; (place-name, surname) Arashiyama; (place-name) Arashiyama

嵐山區


岚山区

see styles
Mandarin lán shān qū / lan2 shan1 qu1
Taiwan lan shan ch`ü / lan shan chü
Chinese Lanshan district of Rizhao city 日照市[Ri4 zhao4 shi4], Shandong

嵐毘尼


岚毗尼

see styles
Mandarin lán pí ní / lan2 pi2 ni2
Taiwan lan p`i ni / lan pi ni
Japanese Ranbini
Lumbinī, the park in which Māyā gave birth to Śākyamuni, 15 miles east of Kapilavastu; also Limbinī, Lambinī, Lavinī. 嵐鞞尼; 藍毘尼 (or 留毘尼, 流毘尼, 林毘尼, 樓毘尼); 流彌尼; 林微尼; 臘伐尼; 龍彌你; 論民尼; 藍軬尼.

嵐皋


岚皋

see styles
Mandarin lán gāo / lan2 gao1
Taiwan lan kao
Chinese Langao County in Ankang 安康[An1 kang1], Shaanxi

嵐皋縣


岚皋县

see styles
Mandarin lán gāo xiàn / lan2 gao1 xian4
Taiwan lan kao hsien
Chinese Langao County in Ankang 安康[An1 kang1], Shaanxi

嵐縣


岚县

see styles
Mandarin lán xiàn / lan2 xian4
Taiwan lan hsien
Chinese Lan county in Lüliang 呂梁|吕梁[Lu:3 liang2], Shanxi 山西

嵐鞞尼


岚鞞尼

see styles
Mandarin lán bǐ ní / lan2 bi3 ni2
Taiwan lan pi ni
Japanese Ranbini
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

工具欄


工具栏

see styles
Mandarin gōng jù lán / gong1 ju4 lan2
Taiwan kung chü lan
Chinese toolbar (in computer software)

巴格蘭


巴格兰

see styles
Mandarin bā gé lán / ba1 ge2 lan2
Taiwan pa ko lan
Chinese Baghlan province of north Afghanistan

布剌拏

see styles
Mandarinlàn á / bu4 lan4 a2
Taiwan pu lan a
Japanese furana
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

帕蘭卡


帕兰卡

see styles
Mandarinlán/ pa4 lan2 ka3
Taiwan p`a lan k`a / pa lan ka
Chinese Palanka (a personal name)

延攬


延揽

see styles
Mandarin yán lǎn / yan2 lan3
Taiwan yen lan
Chinese to recruit talent; to round up; to enlist the services of sb

弗蘭克


弗兰克

see styles
Mandarinlán/ fu2 lan2 ke4
Taiwan fu lan k`o / fu lan ko
Chinese Frank (name)

弗蘭茲


弗兰兹

see styles
Mandarinlán/ fu2 lan2 zi1
Taiwan fu lan tzu
Chinese Franz (name)

彌蘭


弥兰

see styles
Mandarinlán / mi2 lan2
Taiwan mi lan
Japanese Miran
King Milinda, v. 那先.

彌蘭王


弥兰王

see styles
Mandarinlán wáng / mi2 lan2 wang2
Taiwan mi lan wang
Japanese Miran ō
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

彌蘭陀


弥兰陀

see styles
Mandarinlán tuó / mi2 lan2 tuo2
Taiwan mi lan t`o / mi lan to
Japanese Miranda
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

微瀾


微澜

see styles
Mandarin wēi lán / wei1 lan2
Taiwan wei lan
Japanese miran
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

德黑蘭


德黑兰

see styles
Mandarin dé hēi lán / de2 hei1 lan2
Taiwan te hei lan
Chinese Tehran, capital of Iran

恐濫


恐滥

see styles
Mandarin kǒng làn / kong3 lan4
Taiwan k`ung lan / kung lan
Japanese kyōran
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition


see styles
Mandarin lín // lán / lin2 // lan2
Taiwan lin // lan
Chinese cold; frigid; old variant of 婪[lan2]

愛爾蘭


爱尔兰

see styles
Mandarin ài ěr lán / ai4 er3 lan2
Taiwan ai erh lan
Chinese Ireland

慵懶


慵懒

see styles
Mandarin yōng lǎn / yong1 lan3
Taiwan yung lan
Chinese languid; indolent

憊懶


惫懒

see styles
Mandarin bèi lǎn / bei4 lan3
Taiwan pei lan
Chinese naughty; mischievous person

憑欄


凭栏

see styles
Mandarin píng lán / ping2 lan2
Taiwan p`ing lan / ping lan
Chinese to lean on a parapet


see styles
Mandarin lǎn / lan3
Taiwan lan
Japanese ran / ものぐさ
Chinese lazy
Japanese (noun or adjectival noun) laziness; lazy person
Lazy, negligent, disinclined. 懶惰.

懶人


懒人

see styles
Mandarin lǎn rén / lan3 ren2
Taiwan lan jen
Chinese lazy person

懶得


懒得

see styles
Mandarin lǎn/ lan3 de2
Taiwan lan te
Chinese not to feel like (doing something); disinclined to

懶怠


懒怠

see styles
Mandarin lǎn dài / lan3 dai4
Taiwan lan tai
Chinese lazy

懶惰


懒惰

see styles
Mandarin lǎn duò / lan3 duo4
Taiwan lan to
Japanese randa / らんだ
Chinese idle; lazy
Japanese (ik) (adjectival noun) (1) lazy; idle; (2) indolence; laziness; sloth; idleness
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

懶散


懒散

see styles
Mandarin lǎn sǎn / lan3 san3
Taiwan lan san
Chinese inactive; careless; lazy; indolent; negligent

懶洋洋


懒洋洋

see styles
Mandarin lǎn yāng yāng / lan3 yang1 yang1
Taiwan lan yang yang
Chinese lazily

懶漢


懒汉

see styles
Mandarin lǎn hàn / lan3 han4
Taiwan lan han
Chinese idle fellow; lazybones

懶翁


懒翁

see styles
Mandarin lǎn wēng / lan3 weng1
Taiwan lan weng
Japanese Ranō
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

懶腰


懒腰

see styles
Mandarin lǎn yāo / lan3 yao1
Taiwan lan yao
Chinese a stretch (of one's body)

懶蟲


懒虫

see styles
Mandarin lǎn chóng / lan3 chong2
Taiwan lan ch`ung / lan chung
Chinese lazy fellow (insult); idle slob

懶貓


懒猫

see styles
Mandarin lǎn māo / lan3 mao1
Taiwan lan mao
Chinese lazy bones

懶辦法


懒办法

see styles
Mandarin lǎn bàn fǎ / lan3 ban4 fa3
Taiwan lan pan fa
Chinese to loaf about; lazy; to hang around (and cause trouble to everyone)

懶骨頭


懒骨头

see styles
Mandarin lǎn gǔ tou / lan3 gu3 tou5
Taiwan lan ku t`ou / lan ku tou
Chinese lazybones; beanbag

懶鬼


懒鬼

see styles
Mandarin lǎn guǐ / lan3 gui3
Taiwan lan kuei
Chinese lazybones; idle bum

所濫


所滥

see styles
Mandarin suǒ làn / suo3 lan4
Taiwan so lan
Japanese shoran
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

扎蘭屯


扎兰屯

see styles
Mandarin zhā lán tún / zha1 lan2 tun2
Taiwan cha lan t`un / cha lan tun
Chinese Zhalantun county level city, Mongolian Zalan-ail xot, in Hulunbuir 呼倫貝爾|呼伦贝尔[Hu1 lun2 bei4 er3], Inner Mongolia

打蘭


打兰

see styles
Mandarinlán / da3 lan2
Taiwan ta lan
Chinese dram (1⁄16 ounce) (loanword)

扣籃


扣篮

see styles
Mandarin kòu lán / kou4 lan2
Taiwan k`ou lan / kou lan
Chinese slam dunk

扶欄


扶栏

see styles
Mandarinlán / fu2 lan2
Taiwan fu lan
Chinese handrail

承攬


承揽

see styles
Mandarin chéng lǎn / cheng2 lan3
Taiwan ch`eng lan / cheng lan
Japanese jōran
Chinese to contract for an entire project
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

投籃


投篮

see styles
Mandarin tóu lán / tou2 lan2
Taiwan t`ou lan / tou lan
Chinese to shoot for the basket (basketball)

投籃機


投篮机

see styles
Mandarin tóu lán jī / tou2 lan2 ji1
Taiwan t`ou lan chi / tou lan chi
Chinese arcade basketball machine; miniature hoops

披覽


披览

see styles
Mandarinlǎn / pi1 lan3
Taiwan p`i lan / pi lan
Chinese to pore over a book; to look and admire

拉普蘭


拉普兰

see styles
Mandarin lā pǔ lán / la1 pu3 lan2
Taiwan la p`u lan / la pu lan
Chinese Lapland (northern Europe)

拉法蘭


拉法兰

see styles
Mandarin lā fǎ lán / la1 fa3 lan2
Taiwan la fa lan
Chinese Raffarin, prime minister of France under Jacques Chirac

招攬


招揽

see styles
Mandarin zhāo lǎn / zhao1 lan3
Taiwan chao lan
Chinese to attract (customers); to drum up (trade)

掛蘭


挂兰

see styles
Mandarin guà lán / gua4 lan2
Taiwan kua lan
Chinese hanging orchid (Chlorophytum comosum); bracket plant

提籃


提篮

see styles
Mandarinlán / ti2 lan2
Taiwan t`i lan / ti lan
Chinese a basket

提籃兒


提篮儿

see styles
Mandarinlán r / ti2 lan2 r5
Taiwan t`i lan r / ti lan r
Chinese a basket

搖籃


摇篮

see styles
Mandarin yáo lán / yao2 lan2
Taiwan yao lan
Chinese cradle

搖籃曲


摇篮曲

see styles
Mandarin yáo lán qǔ / yao2 lan2 qu3
Taiwan yao lan ch`ü / yao lan chü
Chinese lullaby

搗爛


捣烂

see styles
Mandarin dǎo làn / dao3 lan4
Taiwan tao lan
Chinese to mash; to beat to a pulp

撕爛


撕烂

see styles
Mandarinlàn / si1 lan4
Taiwan ssu lan
Chinese to tear up; to tear to pieces

撞爛


撞烂

see styles
Mandarin zhuàng làn / zhuang4 lan4
Taiwan chuang lan
Chinese to destroy by smashing; smashed up

see styles
Mandarin lǎn / lan3
Taiwan lan
Chinese variant of 攬|揽[lan3]


see styles
Mandarin lán / lan2
Taiwan lan
Chinese to block sb's path; to obstruct; to flag down (a taxi)

攔住


拦住

see styles
Mandarin lán zhù / lan2 zhu4
Taiwan lan chu
Chinese to stop; to bar the way

攔劫


拦劫

see styles
Mandarin lán jié / lan2 jie2
Taiwan lan chieh
Chinese to mug; to intercept and rob

攔截


拦截

see styles
Mandarin lán jié / lan2 jie2
Taiwan lan chieh
Chinese to intercept

攔檢


拦检

see styles
Mandarin lán jiǎn / lan2 jian3
Taiwan lan chien
Chinese (of police etc) to stop (sb) for inspection; to pull (sb) over

攔櫃


拦柜

see styles
Mandarin lán guì / lan2 gui4
Taiwan lan kuei
Chinese sales counter; inquiry desk

攔河壩


拦河坝

see styles
Mandarin lán hé bà / lan2 he2 ba4
Taiwan lan ho pa
Chinese a dam across a river

攔網


拦网

see styles
Mandarin lán wǎng / lan2 wang3
Taiwan lan wang
Chinese to intercept at the net (volleyball, tennis etc); to block

攔腰


拦腰

see styles
Mandarin lán yāo / lan2 yao1
Taiwan lan yao
Chinese (hitting) squarely in the middle; (slicing) across the middle; to hold by the waist

攔路


拦路

see styles
Mandarin lán/ lan2 lu4
Taiwan lan lu
Chinese to block sb's path; to waylay

攔路虎


拦路虎

see styles
Mandarin lán lù hǔ / lan2 lu4 hu3
Taiwan lan lu hu
Chinese stumbling block

攔車


拦车

see styles
Mandarin lán chē / lan2 che1
Taiwan lan ch`e / lan che
Chinese to thumb a lift; to hitchhike

攔阻


拦阻

see styles
Mandarin lán/ lan2 zu3
Taiwan lan tsu
Chinese to block; to obstruct

攝哩藍


摄哩蓝

see styles
Mandarin shè lī lán / she4 li1 lan2
Taiwan she li lan
Japanese shōriran
śarīra, v. 舍 relics; (Skt. śarīra)


see styles
Mandarin lǎn / lan3
Taiwan lan
Japanese ran
Chinese to monopolize; to seize; to take into one's arms; to embrace; to fasten (with a rope etc); to take on (responsibility etc); to canvass
To seize, hold in the arms, embrace; monopolize.

攬持


揽持

see styles
Mandarin lǎn chí / lan3 chi2
Taiwan lan ch`ih / lan chih
Japanese ranji
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

攬攝


揽摄

see styles
Mandarin lǎn shè / lan3 she4
Taiwan lan she
Japanese ranshō
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

收攬


收揽

see styles
Mandarin shōu lǎn / shou1 lan3
Taiwan shou lan
Chinese to win the support of; to get over to one's side; to keep control of

斑斕


斑斓

see styles
Mandarin bān lán / ban1 lan2
Taiwan pan lan
Japanese hanran
Chinese gorgeous; brightly colored; multi-colored
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

斑讕


斑谰

see styles
Mandarin bān lán / ban1 lan2
Taiwan pan lan
Chinese brightly colored; gorgeous; multi-colored

斒斕


斒斓

see styles
Mandarin bān lán / ban1 lan2
Taiwan pan lan
Japanese hanran
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition


see styles
Mandarin lán / lan2
Taiwan lan
Japanese ran
Chinese see 斑斕|斑斓[ban1 lan2]
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

新西蘭


新西兰

see styles
Mandarin xīn xī lán / xin1 xi1 lan2
Taiwan hsin hsi lan
Japanese nyuujiirando / nyujirando / にゅうじいらんど
Chinese New Zealand
Japanese (ateji / phonetic) (kana only) New Zealand; (place-name) New Zealand

旋嵐


旋岚

see styles
Mandarin xuán lán / xuan2 lan2
Taiwan hsüan lan
Japanese senran
A whirlwind, cyclone.

明光藍


明光蓝

see styles
Mandarin míng guāng lán / ming2 guang1 lan2
Taiwan ming kuang lan
Chinese lavender blue

普蘭


普兰

see styles
Mandarinlán / pu3 lan2
Taiwan p`u lan / pu lan
Chinese Burang county in Ngari prefecture, Tibet, Tibetan: Spu hreng rdzong

普蘭店


普兰店

see styles
Mandarinlán diàn / pu3 lan2 dian4
Taiwan p`u lan tien / pu lan tien
Chinese Pulandian county level city in Dalian 大連|大连[Da4 lian2], Liaoning

普蘭縣


普兰县

see styles
Mandarinlán xiàn / pu3 lan2 xian4
Taiwan p`u lan hsien / pu lan hsien
Chinese Burang county in Ngari prefecture, Tibet, Tibetan: Spu hreng rdzong

景泰藍


景泰蓝

see styles
Mandarin jǐng tài lán / jing3 tai4 lan2
Taiwan ching t`ai lan / ching tai lan
Chinese cloisonne; cloisonné

更闌

see styles
Mandarin gēng lán / geng1 lan2
Taiwan keng lan
Chinese deep night

月藍

see styles
Mandarin yuè lán / yue4 lan2
Taiwan yüeh lan
Chinese light blue

月闌

see styles
Mandarin yuè lán / yue4 lan2
Taiwan yüeh lan
Chinese the halo of the moon

木蘭


木兰

see styles
Mandarinlán / mu4 lan2
Taiwan mu lan
Japanese mokuren / もくれん
Chinese lily magnolia (Magnolia liliflora); Mulan county in Harbin 哈爾濱|哈尔滨[Ha1 er3 bin1], Heilongjiang; see 花木蘭|花木兰[Hua1 Mu4 lan2]
Japanese (kana only) lily magnolia (Magnolia quinquepeta, Magnolia liliiflora); (female given name) Mokuren

木蘭屬

see styles
Mandarinlán shǔ / mu4 lan2 shu3
Taiwan mu lan shu
Chinese Magnolia, genus of trees and shrubs

木蘭科

see styles
Mandarinlán/ mu4 lan2 ke1
Taiwan mu lan k`o / mu lan ko
Chinese Magnoliaceae, family of trees and shrubs

木蘭綱

see styles
Mandarinlán gāng / mu4 lan2 gang1
Taiwan mu lan kang
Chinese Magnoliopsidae or Dicotyledoneae (class of plants distinguished by two embryonic leaves)

木蘭縣

see styles
Mandarinlán xiàn / mu4 lan2 xian4
Taiwan mu lan hsien
Chinese Mulan county in Harbin 哈爾濱|哈尔滨[Ha1 er3 bin1], Heilongjiang

木蘭色


木兰色

see styles
Mandarinlán/ mu4 lan2 se4
Taiwan mu lan se
Japanese mokuran jiki
Brownish colour made from bark, probably cinnamon; brownish color made from bark

木蘭花

see styles
Mandarinlán huā / mu4 lan2 hua1
Taiwan mu lan hua
Chinese magnolia

朽爛

see styles
Mandarin xiǔ làn / xiu3 lan4
Taiwan hsiu lan
Chinese rotten

李季蘭

see styles
Mandarin lǐ jì lán / li3 ji4 lan2
Taiwan li chi lan
Chinese Li Jilan or Li Ye 李冶[Li3 Ye3] (713-784), Tang dynasty female poet

李嵐清

see styles
Mandarinlán qīng / li3 lan2 qing1
Taiwan li lan ch`ing / li lan ching
Japanese riransei / riranse / りらんせい
Chinese Li Lanqing (1932-), PRC politician
Japanese (personal name) Riransei

東蘭

see styles
Mandarin dōng lán / dong1 lan2
Taiwan tung lan
Japanese higashiararagi / ひがしあららぎ
Chinese Donglan county in Hezhou 賀州|贺州[He4 zhou1], Guangxi
Japanese (place-name) Higashiararagi

東蘭縣

see styles
Mandarin dōng lán xiàn / dong1 lan2 xian4
Taiwan tung lan hsien
Chinese Donglan county in Hezhou 賀州|贺州[He4 zhou1], Guangxi

板藍根

see styles
Mandarin bǎn lán gēn / ban3 lan2 gen1
Taiwan pan lan ken
Chinese indigo woad root; root of Isatis indigotica (used in TCM)

柵欄

see styles
Mandarin zhà lán / zha4 lan2
Taiwan cha lan
Chinese fence

格蘭特

see styles
Mandarinlán/ ge2 lan2 te4
Taiwan ko lan t`e / ko lan te
Chinese Grant (name)

格蘭菜

see styles
Mandarinlán cài / ge2 lan2 cai4
Taiwan ko lan ts`ai / ko lan tsai
Chinese see 芥藍|芥蓝[gai4 lan2]

格陵蘭

see styles
Mandarin gé líng lán / ge2 ling2 lan2
Taiwan ko ling lan
Chinese Greenland

梅蘭芳

see styles
Mandarin méi lán fāng / mei2 lan2 fang1
Taiwan mei lan fang
Chinese Mei Lanfang (1894-1961), famous master of Beijing opera, specialist in female roles

梵覽摩


梵览摩

see styles
Mandarin fàn lǎn mó / fan4 lan3 mo2
Taiwan fan lan mo
Japanese Bonranma
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

梵覽磨


梵览磨

see styles
Mandarin fàn lǎn mó / fan4 lan3 mo2
Taiwan fan lan mo
Japanese bonranma
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

棉蘭

see styles
Mandarin mián lán / mian2 lan2
Taiwan mien lan
Chinese Medan (city in Indonesia)

森美蘭

see styles
Mandarin sēn měi lán / sen1 mei3 lan2
Taiwan sen mei lan
Chinese Sembilan, state of southwest Malaysia

楊瀾

see styles
Mandarin yáng lán / yang2 lan2
Taiwan yang lan
Chinese Yang Lan (1968-), Chinese media proprietor, journalist, and talk show hostess

概覽

see styles
Mandarin gài lǎn / gai4 lan3
Taiwan kai lan
Chinese general overview; to skim through

樓蘭

see styles
Mandarin lóu lán / lou2 lan2
Taiwan lou lan
Chinese ancient oasis town of Kroraina or Loulan on the Silk road near Lop Nor 羅布泊|罗布泊, modern Xinjiang

標題欄

see styles
Mandarin biāo tí lán / biao1 ti2 lan2
Taiwan piao t`i lan / piao ti lan
Chinese title bar (of a window) (computing)

樹懶

see styles
Mandarin shù lǎn / shu4 lan3
Taiwan shu lan
Japanese namakemono;namakemono / なまけもの;ナマケモノ
Chinese sloth (zoology)
Japanese (kana only) (See 怠け者) sloth (Sth. Am. tree-dwelling mammal)

橄欖

see styles
Mandarin gǎn lǎn / gan3 lan3
Taiwan kan lan
Japanese kanran;kanran / かんらん;カンラン
Chinese Chinese olive; olive
Japanese (1) (kana only) Chinese white olive (Canarium album); (2) (used as an incorrect translation) (See オリーブ) olive (Olea europea)

橄欖山

see styles
Mandarin gǎn lǎn shān / gan3 lan3 shan1
Taiwan kan lan shan
Chinese Mount of Olives (in the Christian passion story)

橄欖岩

see styles
Mandarin gǎn lǎn yán / gan3 lan3 yan2
Taiwan kan lan yen
Japanese kanrangan / かんらんがん
Chinese peridotite (geology)
Japanese peridotite

橄欖枝

see styles
Mandarin gǎn lǎn zhī / gan3 lan3 zhi1
Taiwan kan lan chih
Chinese olive branch; symbol of peace

橄欖樹

see styles
Mandarin gǎn lǎn shù / gan3 lan3 shu4
Taiwan kan lan shu
Chinese olive tree

橄欖油

see styles
Mandarin gǎn lǎn yóu / gan3 lan3 you2
Taiwan kan lan yu
Chinese olive oil

橄欖球

see styles
Mandarin gǎn lǎn qiú / gan3 lan3 qiu2
Taiwan kan lan ch`iu / kan lan chiu
Chinese football played with oval-shaped ball (rugby, American football, Australian rules etc)

橄欖石

see styles
Mandarin gǎn lǎn shí / gan3 lan3 shi2
Taiwan kan lan shih
Japanese kanranseki / かんらんせき
Chinese olivine (rock-forming mineral magnesium-iron silicate (Mg,Fe)2SiO4); peridot
Japanese olivine; peridot

橄欖綠

see styles
Mandarin gǎn lǎn lǜ / gan3 lan3 lu:4
Taiwan kan lan
Chinese olive-green (color)


see styles
Mandarin lán / lan2
Taiwan lan
Japanese ran / らん
Chinese fence; railing; hurdle; column or box (of text or other data)
Japanese (n,n-suf) (1) column of text (e.g. in a newspaper); (2) field (in a form, web page, etc.); (surname) Ran; (surname) Masegi; (surname) Maseki
A rail, handrail; pen, fold; railing

欄位

see styles
Mandarin lán wèi / lan2 wei4
Taiwan lan wei
Chinese (numeric, data) field

欄圈

see styles
Mandarin lán quān / lan2 quan1
Taiwan lan ch`üan / lan chüan
Chinese pen; animal yard

欄杆

see styles
Mandarin lán gān / lan2 gan1
Taiwan lan kan
Japanese rankan / らんかん
Chinese railing; banister
Japanese guardrail; handrail; bannister; balustrade; parapet

欄架

see styles
Mandarin lán jià / lan2 jia4
Taiwan lan chia
Chinese hurdle

欄柵

see styles
Mandarin lán zhà / lan2 zha4
Taiwan lan cha
Chinese barrier

欄楯


栏楯

see styles
Mandarin lán dùn / lan2 dun4
Taiwan lan tun
Japanese ranjun
Barrier, railing; railing(s)

欄櫃

see styles
Mandarin lán guì / lan2 gui4
Taiwan lan kuei
Chinese variant of 攔櫃|拦柜[lan2 gui4]

欄目

see styles
Mandarin lán/ lan2 mu4
Taiwan lan mu
Chinese regular column or segment (in a publication or broadcast program); program (TV or radio)

see styles
Mandarin lǎn / lan3
Taiwan lan
Chinese olive

欖角

see styles
Mandarin lǎn jiǎo / lan3 jiao3
Taiwan lan chiao
Chinese black olive (Canarium tramdenum)

正藍旗

see styles
Mandarin zhèng lán qí / zheng4 lan2 qi2
Taiwan cheng lan ch`i / cheng lan chi
Chinese Plain Blue banner or Shuluun Höh khoshuu in Xilin Gol league 錫林郭勒盟|锡林郭勒盟[Xi1 lin2 guo1 le4 meng2], Inner Mongolia; also written 正蘭旗|正兰旗

正蘭旗

see styles
Mandarin zhèng lán qí / zheng4 lan2 qi2
Taiwan cheng lan ch`i / cheng lan chi
Chinese Plain Blue banner or Shuluun Höh khoshuu in Xilin Gol league 錫林郭勒盟|锡林郭勒盟[Xi1 lin2 guo1 le4 meng2], Inner Mongolia

歲闌

see styles
Mandarin suì lán / sui4 lan2
Taiwan sui lan
Chinese late season of a year

比爛

see styles
Mandarinlàn / bi3 lan4
Taiwan pi lan
Chinese to compare two unsatisfactory things; to argue that others have similar or worse faults (as a response to criticism); whataboutery

毘嵐


毘岚

see styles
Mandarinlán / pi2 lan2
Taiwan p`i lan / pi lan
Japanese biran
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

毘嵐風


毗岚风

see styles
Mandarinlán fēng / pi2 lan2 feng1
Taiwan p`i lan feng / pi lan feng
Japanese biran pū
vairambha. The great wind which finally scatters the universe; the circle of wind under the circle of water on which the world rests. Also 毘藍 (毘藍婆) (鞞藍 or 鞞藍婆) (吠藍 or 吠藍婆); 鞞嵐; 吠嵐婆 (or 吠嵐儈伽); 毘樓那; and 毘藍婆 which is also Pralambā, one of the rākṣasīs.

毘藍


毘蓝

see styles
Mandarinlán / pi2 lan2
Taiwan p`i lan / pi lan
Japanese biran
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

毘藍婆


毘蓝婆

see styles
Mandarinlán/ pi2 lan2 po2
Taiwan p`i lan p`o / pi lan po
Japanese Biranba
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

毘藍風


毘蓝风

see styles
Mandarinlán fēng / pi2 lan2 feng1
Taiwan p`i lan feng / pi lan feng
Japanese biran fū
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

法蘭


法兰

see styles
Mandarinlán / fa3 lan2
Taiwan fa lan
Japanese Hōran
Chinese flange (loanword)
Gobharana, 竺法蘭, companion of Mātaṅga, these two being the first Indian monks said to have come to China, in the middle of the first century A.D.

法蘭克

see styles
Mandarinlán/ fa3 lan2 ke4
Taiwan fa lan k`o / fa lan ko
Chinese the Franks (Germanic people who arrived in Europe from 600 AD and took over France)

法蘭斯

see styles
Mandarinlán/ fa3 lan2 si1
Taiwan fa lan ssu
Chinese France (phonetic transliteration)

法蘭絨

see styles
Mandarinlán róng / fa3 lan2 rong2
Taiwan fa lan jung
Chinese flannel (loanword); Taiwan pr. [fa4 lan2 rong2]

法蘭西

see styles
Mandarinlán/ fa3 lan2 xi1
Taiwan fa lan hsi
Japanese furansu / ふらんす
Chinese France
Japanese (place-name) France

泛濫

see styles
Mandarin fàn làn / fan4 lan4
Taiwan fan lan
Chinese to be in flood; to overflow (the banks); to inundate; to spread unchecked

波瀾

see styles
Mandarinlán / bo1 lan2
Taiwan po lan
Japanese haran / はらん
Chinese billows; great waves (fig. of a story with great momentum)
Japanese (noun - becomes adjective with の) disturbance; trouble; ups and downs

波蘭

see styles
Mandarinlán / bo1 lan2
Taiwan po lan
Japanese porando / ぽらんど    poorando / ぽーらんど
Chinese Poland
Japanese (ateji / phonetic) (kana only) Poland; (place-name) Poland

波蘭語

see styles
Mandarinlán/ bo1 lan2 yu3
Taiwan po lan
Chinese Polish (language)

流覽

see styles
Mandarin liú lǎn / liu2 lan3
Taiwan liu lan
Chinese to skim; to browse

浮濫

see styles
Mandarinlàn / fu2 lan4
Taiwan fu lan
Chinese excessive; exorbitant; excessively

海軍藍

see styles
Mandarin hǎi jun lán / hai3 jun1 lan2
Taiwan hai chün lan
Chinese navy blue

涉覽

see styles
Mandarin shè lǎn / she4 lan3
Taiwan she lan
Chinese to browse; to glance through; to read

淡藍色

see styles
Mandarin dàn lán sè / dan4 lan2 se4
Taiwan tan lan se
Chinese light blue

深藍


深蓝

see styles
Mandarin shēn lán / shen1 lan2
Taiwan shen lan
Japanese miran / みらん    miai / みあい    mia / みあ
Chinese dark blue; Deep Blue, chess-playing computer, first to defeat reigning world champion, developed by IBM (1985-1997)
Japanese (female given name) Miran; (personal name) Miai; (female given name) Mia

游藍


游蓝

see styles
Mandarin yóu lán / you2 lan2
Taiwan yu lan
Japanese oran
Ambrosia, nectar.

湛藍

see styles
Mandarin zhàn lán / zhan4 lan2
Taiwan chan lan
Chinese azure

see styles
Mandarin lǎn / lan3
Taiwan lan
Chinese to soak (fruits) in hot water or limewater to remove astringent taste; to marinate in salt etc; to pickle

潰爛


溃烂

see styles
Mandarin kuì làn / kui4 lan4
Taiwan k`uei lan / kuei lan
Japanese kairan
Chinese to fester; to ulcerate
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

澤蘭

see styles
Mandarinlán / ze2 lan2
Taiwan tse lan
Chinese Eupatorium, e.g. Japanese bog orchid (Eupatorium japonicum Thunb)


see styles
Mandarin làn / lan4
Taiwan lan
Japanese ran
Chinese overflowing; excessive; indiscriminate
Overflowing, excess.

濫上聖


滥上圣

see styles
Mandarin làn shàng shèng / lan4 shang4 sheng4
Taiwan lan shang sheng
Japanese ran jōshō
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

濫交

see styles
Mandarin làn jiāo / lan4 jiao1
Taiwan lan chiao
Chinese to fall into bad company; to make acquaintances indiscriminately

濫伐

see styles
Mandarin làn/ lan4 fa2
Taiwan lan fa
Japanese ranbatsu / らんばつ
Chinese to denude; illegal logging; forest clearance
Japanese (noun/participle) reckless deforestation; overcutting of forests

濫刑

see styles
Mandarin làn xíng / lan4 xing2
Taiwan lan hsing
Chinese indiscriminate punishment

濫套子

see styles
Mandarin làn tào zi / lan4 tao4 zi5
Taiwan lan t`ao tzu / lan tao tzu
Chinese platitude; pointless talk

濫好人

see styles
Mandarin làn hǎo rén / lan4 hao3 ren2
Taiwan lan hao jen
Chinese sb who tries to be on good terms with everyone

濫情

see styles
Mandarin làn qíng / lan4 qing2
Taiwan lan ch`ing / lan ching
Chinese fickle in love; sentimentality

濫權

see styles
Mandarin làn quán / lan4 quan2
Taiwan lan ch`üan / lan chüan
Chinese abuse of authority

濫殺

see styles
Mandarin làn shā / lan4 sha1
Taiwan lan sha
Chinese to kill indiscriminately; to massacre

濫波


滥波

see styles
Mandarin làn/ lan4 bo1
Taiwan lan po
Japanese Ranha
Lampā (Lampāka); the district of Lamghan.

濫漫

see styles
Mandarin làn màn / lan4 man4
Taiwan lan man
Chinese arbitrary; indiscriminate

濫用

see styles
Mandarin làn yòng / lan4 yong4
Taiwan lan yung
Japanese ranyou / ranyo / らんよう
Chinese to misuse; to abuse
Japanese (noun/participle) abuse; misuse; misappropriation; using to excess

濫竽

see styles
Mandarin làn/ lan4 yu2
Taiwan lan
Chinese indiscriminately included in company (without any qualification); see 濫竽充數|滥竽充数[lan4 yu2 chong1 shu4]

濫罵

see styles
Mandarin làn/ lan4 ma4
Taiwan lan ma
Chinese scurrilous; to scold indiscriminately

濫觴

see styles
Mandarin làn shāng / lan4 shang1
Taiwan lan shang
Japanese ranshou / ransho / らんしょう
Chinese lit. floating wine goblets on a stream; the origin (of some phenomenon)
Japanese source; beginning; origin; (surname) Ranshou

濫調

see styles
Mandarin làn diào / lan4 diao4
Taiwan lan tiao
Chinese hackneyed talk; platitude

瀏覽

see styles
Mandarin liú lǎn / liu2 lan3
Taiwan liu lan
Chinese to skim over; to browse

瀏覽器

see styles
Mandarin liú lǎn qì / liu2 lan3 qi4
Taiwan liu lan ch`i / liu lan chi
Chinese browser (software)

瀏覽量

see styles
Mandarin liú lǎn liàng / liu2 lan3 liang4
Taiwan liu lan liang
Chinese (website) traffic; page views; volume of website traffic


see styles
Mandarin lán / lan2
Taiwan lan
Japanese ran
Chinese swelling water
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

瀾滄江

see styles
Mandarin lán cāng jiāng / lan2 cang1 jiang1
Taiwan lan ts`ang chiang / lan tsang chiang
Chinese Lancang River of Qinghai and Yunnan, the upper reaches of Mekong River 湄公河[Mei2 gong1 He2] of Southeast Asia

瀾滄縣

see styles
Mandarin lán cāng xiàn / lan2 cang1 xian4
Taiwan lan ts`ang hsien / lan tsang hsien
Chinese Lancang Lahuzu autonomous county in Pu'er 普洱[Pu3 er3], Yunnan

瀾漫


澜漫

see styles
Mandarin lán màn / lan2 man4
Taiwan lan man
Japanese ranman
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

瀾翻


澜翻

see styles
Mandarin lán fān / lan2 fan1
Taiwan lan fan
Japanese ranpon
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

灌籃

see styles
Mandarin guàn lán / guan4 lan2
Taiwan kuan lan
Chinese slam dunk

see styles
Mandarin làn // lǎn / lan4 // lan3
Taiwan lan
Chinese variant of 濫|滥[lan4]; variant of 漤[lan3]

烏克蘭

see styles
Mandarin wū kè lán / wu1 ke4 lan2
Taiwan wu k`o lan / wu ko lan
Japanese ukuraina / ウクライナ
Chinese Ukraine
Japanese (ateji / phonetic) (kana only) Ukraine

烏欖

see styles
Mandarinlǎn / wu1 lan3
Taiwan wu lan
Chinese black olive (Canarium tramdenum)

烏藍

see styles
Mandarinlán / wu1 lan2
Taiwan wu lan
Chinese dark blue

烏藍婆


乌蓝婆

see styles
Mandarinlán/ wu1 lan2 po2
Taiwan wu lan p`o / wu lan po
Japanese oranba
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

烏蘭

see styles
Mandarinlán / wu1 lan2
Taiwan wu lan
Chinese Wulan county in Haixi Mongol and Tibetan autonomous prefecture 海西蒙古族藏族自治州[Hai3 xi1 Meng3 gu3 zu2 Zang4 zu2 zi4 zhi4 zhou1], Qinghai

烏蘭夫

see styles
Mandarinlán/ wu1 lan2 fu1
Taiwan wu lan fu
Chinese Ulanhu (1906-1988), Soviet trained Mongolian communist who became important PRC military leader

烏蘭縣

see styles
Mandarinlán xiàn / wu1 lan2 xian4
Taiwan wu lan hsien
Chinese Wulan county in Haixi Mongol and Tibetan autonomous prefecture 海西蒙古族藏族自治州[Hai3 xi1 Meng3 gu3 zu2 Zang4 zu2 zi4 zhi4 zhou1], Qinghai

焦爛


焦烂

see styles
Mandarin jiāo làn / jiao1 lan4
Taiwan chiao lan
Japanese shōran
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

照覽


照览

see styles
Mandarin zhào lǎn / zhao4 lan3
Taiwan chao lan
Japanese shōran
To shine upon and behold; to survey; to enlighten; observes clearly

see styles
Mandarin làn / lan4
Taiwan lan
Japanese kan / かん
Chinese old variant of 爛|烂[lan4]
Japanese warming up sake; warmed sake; (female given name) Miyabi

燦爛

see styles
Mandarin càn làn / can4 lan4
Taiwan ts`an lan / tsan lan
Japanese sanran / さんらん
Chinese to glitter; brilliant; splendid
Japanese (adj-t,adv-to) brilliant; bright; radiant


see styles
Mandarin làn / lan4
Taiwan lan
Japanese ran / らん
Chinese soft; mushy; well-cooked and soft; to rot; to decompose; rotten; worn out; chaotic; messy; utterly; thoroughly; crappy; bad
Japanese (adj-t,adv-to) (obscure) brilliant; bright; (female given name) Ran
Glittering, as iridescent fish; to rot

爛圓


烂圆

see styles
Mandarin làn yuán / lan4 yuan2
Taiwan lan yüan
Japanese Ranen
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

爛壞


烂坏

see styles
Mandarin làn huài / lan4 huai4
Taiwan lan huai
Japanese rane
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

爛好人

see styles
Mandarin làn hǎo rén / lan4 hao3 ren2
Taiwan lan hao jen
Chinese sb who tries to be on good terms with everyone

爛尾

see styles
Mandarin làn wěi / lan4 wei3
Taiwan lan wei
Chinese unfinished; incomplete

爛崽

see styles
Mandarin làn zǎi / lan4 zai3
Taiwan lan tsai
Chinese rogue; rowdy; unreliable chap

爛攤子

see styles
Mandarin làn tān zi / lan4 tan1 zi5
Taiwan lan t`an tzu / lan tan tzu
Chinese terrible mess; shambles

爛桃花

see styles
Mandarin làn táo huā / lan4 tao2 hua1
Taiwan lan t`ao hua / lan tao hua
Chinese unhappy love affair

爛污貨

see styles
Mandarin làn wū huò / lan4 wu1 huo4
Taiwan lan wu huo
Chinese loose woman; slut

爛泥

see styles
Mandarin làn/ lan4 ni2
Taiwan lan ni
Chinese mud; mire

爛漫

see styles
Mandarin làn màn / lan4 man4
Taiwan lan man
Japanese ranman / らんまん
Chinese brightly colored; unaffected (i.e. behaving naturally)
Japanese (adj-t,adv-to) glorious; luxuriant; splendid; in full bloom; in full glory; (female given name) Ranman

爛熟

see styles
Mandarin làn shú / lan4 shu2
Taiwan lan shu
Japanese ranjuku / らんじゅく
Chinese well cooked; to know thoroughly
Japanese (n,adj-no,vs) overripeness; full maturity (of); overmaturity

爛熳

see styles
Mandarin làn màn / lan4 man4
Taiwan lan man
Chinese variant of 爛漫|烂漫[lan4 man4]

爛片

see styles
Mandarin làn piàn / lan4 pian4
Taiwan lan p`ien / lan pien
Chinese dud movie

爛糊

see styles
Mandarin làn hu / lan4 hu5
Taiwan lan hu
Chinese overripe; overcooked

爛縵

see styles
Mandarin làn màn / lan4 man4
Taiwan lan man
Chinese variant of 爛漫|烂漫[lan4 man4]

爛舌頭

see styles
Mandarin làn shé tóu / lan4 she2 tou2
Taiwan lan she t`ou / lan she tou
Chinese to gossip; to blab; a blab-mouth

爛賬

see styles
Mandarin làn zhàng / lan4 zhang4
Taiwan lan chang
Chinese accounts in a rotten state

爛透

see styles
Mandarin làn tòu / lan4 tou4
Taiwan lan t`ou / lan tou
Chinese rotten to the core

爛醉

see styles
Mandarin làn zuì / lan4 zui4
Taiwan lan tsui
Chinese dead drunk; completely drunk

爛魚


烂鱼

see styles
Mandarin làn/ lan4 yu2
Taiwan lan
Japanese rangyo
Rotten, soft; pulp.

see styles
Mandarin làn / lan4
Taiwan lan
Chinese old variant of 爛|烂[lan4]

牛欄

see styles
Mandarin niú lán / niu2 lan2
Taiwan niu lan
Chinese cattle pen

獨攬

see styles
Mandarinlǎn / du2 lan3
Taiwan tu lan
Chinese to monopolize

玄覽


玄览

see styles
Mandarin xuán lǎn / xuan2 lan3
Taiwan hsüan lan
Japanese genran
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

玉蘭

see styles
Mandarinlán / yu4 lan2
Taiwanlan
Japanese gyokuran / ぎょくらん
Chinese Yulan magnolia
Japanese (female given name) Gyokuran

玉蘭花

see styles
Mandarinlán huā / yu4 lan2 hua1
Taiwanlan hua
Chinese magnolia

甘藍

see styles
Mandarin gān lán / gan1 lan2
Taiwan kan lan
Japanese kanran / かんらん
Chinese cabbage; Chinese broccoli; gai larn
Japanese cabbage

甘藍菜

see styles
Mandarin gān lán cài / gan1 lan2 cai4
Taiwan kan lan ts`ai / kan lan tsai
Chinese cabbage

留蘭香

see styles
Mandarin liú lán xiāng / liu2 lan2 xiang1
Taiwan liu lan hsiang
Chinese spearmint

畜欄

see styles
Mandarin chù lán / chu4 lan2
Taiwan ch`u lan / chu lan
Chinese pen for livestock

疏懶

see styles
Mandarin shū lǎn / shu1 lan3
Taiwan shu lan
Chinese indolent; careless

白蘭地

see styles
Mandarin bái lán dì / bai2 lan2 di4
Taiwan pai lan ti
Chinese brandy (loanword)

白蘭瓜

see styles
Mandarin bái lán guā / bai2 lan2 gua1
Taiwan pai lan kua
Chinese honeydew melon

皋蘭

see styles
Mandarin gāo lán / gao1 lan2
Taiwan kao lan
Chinese Gaolan county in Lanzhou 蘭州|兰州[Lan2 zhou1], Gansu

皋蘭縣

see styles
Mandarin gāo lán xiàn / gao1 lan2 xian4
Taiwan kao lan hsien
Chinese Gaolan county in Lanzhou 蘭州|兰州[Lan2 zhou1], Gansu

盂蘭


盂兰

see styles
Mandarinlán / yu2 lan2
Taiwanlan
Japanese uran
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

盂蘭會


盂兰会

see styles
Mandarinlán huì / yu2 lan2 hui4
Taiwanlan hui
Japanese uran e
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

盂蘭盆


盂兰盆

see styles
Mandarinlán pén / yu2 lan2 pen2
Taiwanlan p`en / yü lan pen
Japanese urabon / うらぼん
Japanese Bon festival; Feast of Lanterns
(盂蘭); 鳥藍婆 (鳥藍婆拏) ullambana 盂蘭 may be another form of lambana or avalamba, "hanging down," "depending," "support"; it is intp. "to hang upside down", or "to be in suspense", referring to extreme suffering in purgatory; but there is a suggestion of the dependence of the dead on the living. By some 盆 is regarded as a Chinese word, not part of the transliteration, meaning a vessel filled with offerings of food. The term is applied to the festival of All Souls, held about the 15th of the 7th moon, when masses are read by Buddhist and Taoist priests and elaborate offerings made to the Buddhist Trinity for the purpose of releasing from purgatory the souls of those who have died on land or sea. The Ullambanapātra Sutra is attributed to Śākyamuni, of course incorrectly; it was first tr. into Chinese by Dharmaraksha, A.D. 266-313 or 317; the first masses are not reported until the time of Liang Wudi, A.D. 538; and were popularized by Amogha (A.D. 732) under the influence of the Yogācārya School. They are generally observed in China, but are unknown to Southern Buddhism. The "idea of intercession on the part of the priesthood for the benefit of" souls in hell "is utterly antagonistic to the explicit teaching of primitive Buddhism'" The origin of the custom is unknown, but it is foisted on to Śākyamuni, whose disciple Maudgalyāyana is represented as having been to purgatory to relieve his mother's sufferings. Śākyamuni told him that only the united efforts of the whole priesthood 十方衆會 could alleviate the pains of the suffering. The mere suggestion of an All Souls Day with a great national day for the monks is sufficient to account for the spread of the festival. Eitel says: "Engrafted upon the narrative ancestral worship, this ceremonial for feeding the ghost of deceased ancestors of seven generations obtained immense popularity and is now practised by everybody in China, by Taoists even and by Confucianists." All kinds of food offerings are made and paper garments, etc., burnt. The occasion, 7th moon, 15th day, is known as the盂蘭會 (or 盂蘭盆會 or 盂蘭齋 or 盂蘭盆齋) and the sutra as 盂蘭經 (or 盂蘭盆經).

盂蘭齋


盂兰斋

see styles
Mandarinlán zhāi / yu2 lan2 zhai1
Taiwanlan chai
Japanese uran sai
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

目竭嵐


目竭岚

see styles
Mandarin mù jié lán / mu4 jie2 lan2
Taiwan mu chieh lan
Japanese mokaran
mudgara; a hammer, mallet, mace.

相濫


相滥

see styles
Mandarin xiāng làn / xiang1 lan4
Taiwan hsiang lan
Japanese sō ran
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

睡懶覺

see styles
Mandarin shuì lǎn jiào / shui4 lan3 jiao4
Taiwan shui lan chiao
Chinese to sleep in

破爛

see styles
Mandarinlàn / po4 lan4
Taiwan p`o lan / po lan
Chinese worn-out; rotten; dilapidated; tattered; ragged; rubbish; junk

砸爛

see styles
Mandarinlàn / za2 lan4
Taiwan tsa lan
Chinese to smash

碧藍

see styles
Mandarinlán / bi4 lan2
Taiwan pi lan
Chinese dark blue

稀巴爛

see styles
Mandarin xī bā làn / xi1 ba1 lan4
Taiwan hsi pa lan
Chinese same as 稀爛|稀烂[xi1 lan4]

稀爛

see styles
Mandarinlàn / xi1 lan4
Taiwan hsi lan
Chinese smashed up; broken into pieces; thoroughly mashed; pulpy

竹籃

see styles
Mandarin zhú lán / zhu2 lan2
Taiwan chu lan
Chinese wicker basket

竺法蘭


竺法兰

see styles
Mandarin zhú fǎ lán / zhu2 fa3 lan2
Taiwan chu fa lan
Japanese Jikuhōran
Dharmarakṣa, or Indu-dharmāraṇya, to whom with Kāśyapa Mātaṅga the translation of the sutra of 42 sections is wrongly attributed; he tr. five works in A.D. 68-70; Gobharana

see styles
Mandarin lán / lan2
Taiwan lan
Japanese ran / らん
Chinese basket; goal
Japanese (female given name) Ran

籃圈

see styles
Mandarin lán quān / lan2 quan1
Taiwan lan ch`üan / lan chüan
Chinese ring; hoop

籃子

see styles
Mandarin lán zi / lan2 zi5
Taiwan lan tzu
Chinese basket; CL:隻|只[zhi1]

籃板

see styles
Mandarin lán bǎn / lan2 ban3
Taiwan lan pan
Chinese backboard

籃板球

see styles
Mandarin lán bǎn qiú / lan2 ban3 qiu2
Taiwan lan pan ch`iu / lan pan chiu
Chinese rebound (basketball)

籃球

see styles
Mandarin lán qiú / lan2 qiu2
Taiwan lan ch`iu / lan chiu
Chinese basketball; CL:個|个[ge4],隻|只[zhi1]

籃球場

see styles
Mandarin lán qiú chǎng / lan2 qiu2 chang3
Taiwan lan ch`iu ch`ang / lan chiu chang
Chinese basketball court

籃筐

see styles
Mandarin lán kuāng / lan2 kuang1
Taiwan lan k`uang / lan kuang
Chinese basket

see styles
Mandarin lán / lan2
Taiwan lan
Chinese bow case; quiver

米蘭

see styles
Mandarinlán / mi3 lan2
Taiwan mi lan
Chinese Milano; Milan (Italy)

糜爛

see styles
Mandarinlàn / mi2 lan4
Taiwan mi lan
Japanese biran;biran / びらん;ビラン
Chinese dissipated; rotten; decaying
Japanese (noun/participle) (kana only) inflammation; erosion (skin, mucous membranes); ulceration; abscess

紅藍花


红蓝花

see styles
Mandarin hóng lán huā / hong2 lan2 hua1
Taiwan hung lan hua
Japanese kuranke
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

紐芬蘭

see styles
Mandarin niǔ fēn lán / niu3 fen1 lan2
Taiwan niu fen lan
Chinese Newfoundland Island, Canada

紐西蘭

see styles
Mandarin niǔ xī lán / niu3 xi1 lan2
Taiwan niu hsi lan
Chinese New Zealand (Tw)

素呾纜


素呾缆

see styles
Mandarin sù dá lǎn / su4 da2 lan3
Taiwan su ta lan
Japanese sotaran
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

素怛纜


素怛缆

see styles
Mandarin sù dá lǎn / su4 da2 lan3
Taiwan su ta lan
Japanese sotanran
v. 修 sutra; (Skt. sūtra)

素憺纜


素憺缆

see styles
Mandarin sù dá lǎn / su4 da2 lan3
Taiwan su ta lan
Japanese sotaran
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

紫甘藍

see styles
Mandarin zǐ gān lán / zi3 gan1 lan2
Taiwan tzu kan lan
Chinese red cabbage; purple cabbage

紫羅蘭

see styles
Mandarin zǐ luó lán / zi3 luo2 lan2
Taiwan tzu lo lan
Chinese violet (botany)

絢爛

see styles
Mandarin xuàn làn / xuan4 lan4
Taiwan hsüan lan
Japanese kenran / けんらん
Chinese splendid; gorgeous; dazzling
Japanese (adj-t,adv-to) gorgeous; brilliant; dazzling; gaudy; flowery (speech)

統攬

see styles
Mandarin tǒng lǎn / tong3 lan3
Taiwan t`ung lan / tung lan
Chinese to be in overall charge; to have overall control

線纜

see styles
Mandarin xiàn lǎn / xian4 lan3
Taiwan hsien lan
Chinese cable; wire; cord (computer)

縱覽

see styles
Mandarin zòng lǎn / zong4 lan3
Taiwan tsung lan
Chinese panoramic view; wide survey

總攬

see styles
Mandarin zǒng lǎn / zong3 lan3
Taiwan tsung lan
Chinese to assume full responsibility; to be in full control; to monopolize

總覽

see styles
Mandarin zǒng lǎn / zong3 lan3
Taiwan tsung lan
Japanese souran / soran / そうらん
Chinese a general overview
Japanese (out-dated kanji) (n,vs,adj-no) guide; general survey; conspectus; comprehensive bibliography

see styles
Mandarin lǎn / lan3
Taiwan lan
Japanese ran / らん
Chinese cable; hawser; to moor
Japanese stern line; mooring line; (personal name) Ran

纜樁

see styles
Mandarin lǎn zhuāng / lan3 zhuang1
Taiwan lan chuang
Chinese mooring bollard

纜索

see styles
Mandarin lǎn suǒ / lan3 suo3
Taiwan lan so
Chinese cable; hawser; mooring rope

纜線

see styles
Mandarin lǎn xiàn / lan3 xian4
Taiwan lan hsien
Chinese cable

纜繩

see styles
Mandarin lǎn shéng / lan3 sheng2
Taiwan lan sheng
Chinese cable; hawser; mooring rope

纜車

see styles
Mandarin lǎn chē / lan3 che1
Taiwan lan ch`e / lan che
Chinese cable car

羅蘭

see styles
Mandarin luó lán / luo2 lan2
Taiwan lo lan
Chinese Roland (name)

美職籃

see styles
Mandarin měi zhí lán / mei3 zhi2 lan2
Taiwan mei chih lan
Chinese National Basketball Association (NBA)

美藍

see styles
Mandarin měi lán / mei3 lan2
Taiwan mei lan
Japanese mirano / みらん    miai / みらの    mia / みあい
Chinese methylene blue
Japanese (female given name) Mirano; (female given name) Mia

美蘭

see styles
Mandarin měi lán / mei3 lan2
Taiwan mei lan
Japanese mirano / みらん    mika / みらの    biran / みか    haruka / びらん    uran / はるか
Chinese Meilan district of Haikou city 海口市[Hai3 kou3 shi4], Hainan
Japanese (female given name) Mirano; (female given name) Mika; (female given name) Biran; (female given name) Haruka; (female given name) Uran

美蘭區

see styles
Mandarin měi lán qū / mei3 lan2 qu1
Taiwan mei lan ch`ü / mei lan chü
Chinese Meilan district of Haikou city 海口市[Hai3 kou3 shi4], Hainan

羯剌藍


羯剌蓝

see styles
Mandarin jié là lán / jie2 la4 lan2
Taiwan chieh la lan
Japanese kararan
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

羯羅藍


羯罗蓝

see styles
Mandarin jié luó lán / jie2 luo2 lan2
Taiwan chieh lo lan
Japanese kararan
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

羯邏藍


羯逻蓝

see styles
Mandarin jié luó lán / jie2 luo2 lan2
Taiwan chieh lo lan
Japanese konraran
kalala, the human embryo during the first seven days; the womb; also 羯羅藍, 歌羅邏, etc.

脯剌拏

see styles
Mandarinlàn á / fu3 lan4 a2
Taiwan fu lan a
Japanese Furana
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

腐爛

see styles
Mandarinlàn / fu3 lan4
Taiwan fu lan
Japanese furan / ふらん
Chinese to rot; to putrefy; (fig.) corrupt
Japanese (noun/participle) decomposition; ulceration

腐爛藥


腐烂药

see styles
Mandarinlàn yào / fu3 lan4 yao4
Taiwan fu lan yao
Japanese furan yaku
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

腐爤藥


腐爤药

see styles
Mandarinlàn yào / fu3 lan4 yao4
Taiwan fu lan yao
Japanese furanyaku
Purgatives, diuretics.

腐生蘭

see styles
Mandarin fǔ shēng lán / fu3 sheng1 lan2
Taiwan fu sheng lan
Chinese Cymbidium macrorrhizum Lindl.

膿爛


脓烂

see styles
Mandarin nóng làn / nong2 lan4
Taiwan nung lan
Japanese dōran
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

舌不爛


舌不烂

see styles
Mandarin shé bù làn / she2 bu4 lan4
Taiwan she pu lan
Japanese zetsu furan
Tongue-unconsumed, a term for Kumārajīva; on his cremation his tongue is said to have remained unconsumed.

舒夢蘭

see styles
Mandarin shū mèng lán / shu1 meng4 lan2
Taiwan shu meng lan
Chinese Shu Menglan (1759-1835), Qin dynasty writer, poet and editor of Anthology of ci poems tunes 白香詞譜|白香词谱

舒蘭

see styles
Mandarin shū lán / shu1 lan2
Taiwan shu lan
Chinese Shulan county level city in Jilin prefecture 吉林, Jilin province

舒蘭市

see styles
Mandarin shū lán shì / shu1 lan2 shi4
Taiwan shu lan shih
Chinese Shulan county level city in Jilin prefecture 吉林, Jilin province

船纜

see styles
Mandarin chuán lǎn / chuan2 lan3
Taiwan ch`uan lan / chuan lan
Chinese ship's hawser; rigging

芝蘭

see styles
Mandarin zhī lán / zhi1 lan2
Taiwan chih lan
Japanese tsuuran / tsuran / つうらん
Chinese lit. iris and orchid; fig. exalted sentiments; (expr. of praise for noble character, beautiful surrounding, future prospects etc)
Japanese (given name) Tsuuran

芥藍

see styles
Mandarin gài lán / gai4 lan2
Taiwan kai lan
Japanese kairan / カイラン
Chinese Chinese broccoli; Chinese kale; cabbage mustard; Brassica oleracea var. alboglabra; also pr. [jie4 lan2]
Japanese kai-lan (chi:); gai-lan; Chinese broccoli

芥蘭

see styles
Mandarin gài lán / gai4 lan2
Taiwan kai lan
Chinese variant of 芥藍|芥蓝[gai4 lan2]

芬蘭

see styles
Mandarin fēn lán / fen1 lan2
Taiwan fen lan
Japanese finrando / フィンランド
Chinese Finland
Japanese (ateji / phonetic) (kana only) Finland

芬蘭語

see styles
Mandarin fēn lán yǔ / fen1 lan2 yu3
Taiwan fen lan
Chinese Finnish (language); suomen kieli

花木蘭

see styles
Mandarin huā mù lán / hua1 mu4 lan2
Taiwan hua mu lan
Chinese Hua Mulan, legendary woman warrior (c. fifth century), Northern dynasties folk hero recorded in Sui and Tang literature

苤藍

see styles
Mandarin piě lan / pie3 lan5
Taiwan p`ieh lan / pieh lan
Chinese Brassica oleracea; kohlrabi

英格蘭

see styles
Mandarin yīng gé lán / ying1 ge2 lan2
Taiwan ying ko lan
Chinese England

荷蘭

see styles
Mandarinlán / he2 lan2
Taiwan ho lan
Japanese niran / にらん
Chinese Holland; the Netherlands
Japanese (surname) Niran

荷蘭盾

see styles
Mandarinlán dùn / he2 lan2 dun4
Taiwan ho lan tun
Chinese Dutch gulden

荷蘭芹

see styles
Mandarinlán qín / he2 lan2 qin2
Taiwan ho lan ch`in / ho lan chin
Chinese parsley

荷蘭語

see styles
Mandarinlán/ he2 lan2 yu3
Taiwan ho lan
Chinese Dutch (language)

荷蘭豆

see styles
Mandarinlán dòu / he2 lan2 dou4
Taiwan ho lan tou
Chinese snow pea

荷蘭豬

see styles
Mandarinlán zhū / he2 lan2 zhu1
Taiwan ho lan chu
Chinese guinea pig

菏蘭

see styles
Mandarinlán / he2 lan2
Taiwan ho lan
Chinese Holland

菘藍

see styles
Mandarin sōng lán / song1 lan2
Taiwan sung lan
Chinese Isatis tinctoria (woad, a brassica producing blue dye)

菜單欄

see styles
Mandarin cài dān lán / cai4 dan1 lan2
Taiwan ts`ai tan lan / tsai tan lan
Chinese menu bar (computing)

菜籃子

see styles
Mandarin cài lán zi / cai4 lan2 zi5
Taiwan ts`ai lan tzu / tsai lan tzu
Chinese vegetable or food basket; (fig.) food supply

萬代蘭

see styles
Mandarin wàn dài lán / wan4 dai4 lan2
Taiwan wan tai lan
Chinese Vanda genus of orchids

蓼藍

see styles
Mandarin liǎo lán / liao3 lan2
Taiwan liao lan
Japanese tadeai;tadeai / たであい;タデアイ
Chinese indigo dye; Polygonum tinctorium
Japanese (kana only) (See 藍・1) dyer's knotweed (Persicaria tinctoria, used to produce indigo dye)

蔚藍

see styles
Mandarin wèi lán / wei4 lan2
Taiwan wei lan
Chinese azure; sky blue


see styles
Mandarin lán / lan2
Taiwan lan
Japanese ai(p);ai / あい(P);アイ
Chinese blue; indigo plant; surname Lan
Japanese (1) (kana only) dyer's knotweed (Persicaria tinctoria, used to produce indigo dye); (2) (See インジゴ) indigo (dye); (3) (See 藍色) indigo (colour); (personal name) Ranran; (surname, female given name) Ran; (female given name) Aoi; (female given name) Ao; (personal name) Aiji; (surname, female given name) Ai
Blue, indigo; translit. ram, lam.

藍丁膠

see styles
Mandarin lán dīng jiāo / lan2 ding1 jiao1
Taiwan lan ting chiao
Chinese Blu-tack (brand)

藍儂

see styles
Mandarin lán nóng / lan2 nong2
Taiwan lan nung
Chinese John Lennon (1940-1980), English singer, guitarist, and songwriter

藍光

see styles
Mandarin lán guāng / lan2 guang1
Taiwan lan kuang
Chinese Blu-ray (disc format)

藍勃羅


蓝勃罗

see styles
Mandarin lán bó luō / lan2 bo2 luo1
Taiwan lan po lo
Japanese Ranbora
Lambura; Lambhara, a mountain north of Kabul.

藍圖

see styles
Mandarin lán/ lan2 tu2
Taiwan lan t`u / lan tu
Chinese blueprint

藍天

see styles
Mandarin lán tiān / lan2 tian1
Taiwan lan t`ien / lan tien
Chinese blue sky

藍婆


蓝婆

see styles
Mandarin lán/ lan2 po2
Taiwan lan p`o / lan po
Japanese Ranba
Lambā, name of a rākṣasī; to be bound

藍宇


蓝宇

see styles
Mandarin lán/ lan2 yu3
Taiwan lan
Japanese ran'u
A saṅghārāma, monastery, monastery-buildings; (Skt. saṃghârāma)

藍寶石

see styles
Mandarin lán bǎo shí / lan2 bao3 shi2
Taiwan lan pao shih
Chinese sapphire

藍山

see styles
Mandarin lán shān / lan2 shan1
Taiwan lan shan
Japanese aizan / あいざん
Chinese Lanshan county in Yongzhou 永州[Yong3 zhou1], Hunan
Japanese (personal name) Aizan

藍山縣

see styles
Mandarin lán shān xiàn / lan2 shan1 xian4
Taiwan lan shan hsien
Chinese Lanshan county in Yongzhou 永州[Yong3 zhou1], Hunan

藍巨星

see styles
Mandarin lán jù xīng / lan2 ju4 xing1
Taiwan lan chü hsing
Chinese blue giant star

藍摩


蓝摩

see styles
Mandarin lán/ lan2 mo2
Taiwan lan mo
Japanese Ranma
藍莫 Rāma; Rāmagrāma, an ancient kingdom and city of Northern India between Kapilavastu and Kuśinagara.

藍晶

see styles
Mandarin lán jīng / lan2 jing1
Taiwan lan ching
Chinese blue topaz; topaz (aluminum fluorosilicate)

藍本

see styles
Mandarin lán běn / lan2 ben3
Taiwan lan pen
Japanese aimoto / あいもと
Chinese blueprint; source material on which later works (books, movies etc) are based
Japanese (place-name, surname) Aimoto

藍歌鴝

see styles
Mandarin lán gē qú / lan2 ge1 qu2
Taiwan lan ko ch`ü / lan ko chü
Chinese (bird species of China) Siberian blue robin (Larvivora cyane)

藍毗尼

see styles
Mandarin lán pí ní / lan2 pi2 ni2
Taiwan lan p`i ni / lan pi ni
Chinese Lumbini, Nepal, birthplace of Siddhartha Gautama 釋迦牟尼|释迦牟尼[Shi4 jia1 mou2 ni2] founder of Buddhism (also written 嵐毘尼|岚毘尼[Lan2 pi2 ni2], 臘伐尼|腊伐尼[La4 fa2 ni2], 林微尼[Lin2 wei1 ni2])

藍毘尼


蓝毘尼

see styles
Mandarin lán pí ní / lan2 pi2 ni2
Taiwan lan p`i ni / lan pi ni
Japanese Ranbini
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

藍牙

see styles
Mandarin lán/ lan2 ya2
Taiwan lan ya
Chinese Bluetooth

藍田

see styles
Mandarin lán tián / lan2 tian2
Taiwan lan t`ien / lan tien
Japanese randen / らんでん    aida / あいだ    aita / あいた
Chinese Lantian county in Xi'an 西安[Xi1 an1], Shaanxi
Japanese (given name) Randen; (surname) Aida; (surname) Aita

藍田縣

see styles
Mandarin lán tián xiàn / lan2 tian2 xian4
Taiwan lan t`ien hsien / lan tien hsien
Chinese Lantian county in Xi'an 西安[Xi1 an1], Shaanxi

藍皮書

see styles
Mandarin lán pí shū / lan2 pi2 shu1
Taiwan lan p`i shu / lan pi shu
Chinese an official report (e.g. governmental)

藍磯鶇

see styles
Mandarin lán jī dōng / lan2 ji1 dong1
Taiwan lan chi tung
Chinese (bird species of China) blue rock thrush (Monticola solitarius)

藍移

see styles
Mandarin lán/ lan2 yi2
Taiwan lan i
Chinese blue shift (in the Doppler effect)

藍籌股

see styles
Mandarin lán chóu gǔ / lan2 chou2 gu3
Taiwan lan ch`ou ku / lan chou ku
Chinese blue chip stock

藍精靈


蓝精灵

see styles
Mandarin lán jīng líng / lan2 jing1 ling2
Taiwan lan ching ling
Chinese the Smurfs

藍細菌

see styles
Mandarin lán xì jun / lan2 xi4 jun1
Taiwan lan hsi chün
Chinese Cyanobacteria (blue-green algae)

藍綠菌

see styles
Mandarin lán lǜ jun / lan2 lu:4 jun1
Taiwan lan lü chün
Chinese Cyanobacteria (blue-green algae)

藍綠藻

see styles
Mandarin lán lǜ zǎo / lan2 lu:4 zao3
Taiwan lan lü tsao
Chinese Cyanobacteria (blue-green algae)

藍綠鵲

see styles
Mandarin lán lǜ què / lan2 lu:4 que4
Taiwan lan lü ch`üeh / lan lü chüeh
Chinese (bird species of China) common green magpie (Cissa chinensis)

藍縷

see styles
Mandarin lán/ lan2 lu:3
Taiwan lan
Chinese variant of 襤褸|褴褛[lan2 lu:3]

藍翡翠

see styles
Mandarin lán fěi cuì / lan2 fei3 cui4
Taiwan lan fei ts`ui / lan fei tsui
Chinese (bird species of China) black-capped kingfisher (Halcyon pileata)

藍耳病

see styles
Mandarin lán ěr bìng / lan2 er3 bing4
Taiwan lan erh ping
Chinese porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome (PRRS); blue-ear swine fever

藍胸鶉

see styles
Mandarin lán xiōng chún / lan2 xiong1 chun2
Taiwan lan hsiung ch`un / lan hsiung chun
Chinese (bird species of China) blue-breasted quail (Coturnix chinensis)

藍膚木

see styles
Mandarin lán fū mù / lan2 fu1 mu4
Taiwan lan fu mu
Chinese sumac (Rhus coriaria), east Mediterranean deciduous shrub with fruit used as spice; also called tanner's sumach or vinegar tree

藍舌病

see styles
Mandarin lán shé bìng / lan2 she2 bing4
Taiwan lan she ping
Chinese blue-tongue (viral disease of livestock)

藍色

see styles
Mandarin lán/ lan2 se4
Taiwan lan se
Japanese aiiro / airo / あいいろ
Chinese blue (color)
Japanese indigo blue

藍色劑

see styles
Mandarin lán sè jì / lan2 se4 ji4
Taiwan lan se chi
Chinese Agent Blue

藍草莓

see styles
Mandarin lán cǎo méi / lan2 cao3 mei2
Taiwan lan ts`ao mei / lan tsao mei
Chinese blueberry (Vaccinium angustifolium)

藍莓

see styles
Mandarin lán méi / lan2 mei2
Taiwan lan mei
Chinese blueberry

藍菌

see styles
Mandarin lán jun / lan2 jun1
Taiwan lan chün
Chinese Cyanobacteria (blue-green algae)

藍菌門

see styles
Mandarin lán jun mén / lan2 jun1 men2
Taiwan lan chün men
Chinese Cyanobacteria (phylum of blue-green algae)

藍藻

see styles
Mandarin lán zǎo / lan2 zao3
Taiwan lan tsao
Japanese ransou / ranso / らんそう
Chinese cyanobacteria (blue-green algae)
Japanese blue-green algae; cyanobacteria

藍藻門

see styles
Mandarin lán zǎo mén / lan2 zao3 men2
Taiwan lan tsao men
Chinese Cyanobacteria (phylum of blue-green algae)

藍調

see styles
Mandarin lán diào / lan2 diao4
Taiwan lan tiao
Chinese blues (music)

藍靛

see styles
Mandarin lán diàn / lan2 dian4
Taiwan lan tien
Chinese indigo

藍領

see styles
Mandarin lán lǐng / lan2 ling3
Taiwan lan ling
Chinese blue collar; common laborer

藍風


蓝风

see styles
Mandarin lán fēng / lan2 feng1
Taiwan lan feng
Japanese aibu / あいぶ    aika / あいか
Japanese (female given name) Aibu; (female given name) Aika
vairambhavāta, a hostile or fierce storm, v. 毘嵐; raging storm

藍馬雞

see styles
Mandarin lán mǎ jī / lan2 ma3 ji1
Taiwan lan ma chi
Chinese (bird species of China) blue eared pheasant (Crossoptilon auritum)

藍鯨

see styles
Mandarin lán jīng / lan2 jing1
Taiwan lan ching
Chinese blue whale

藍鵐

see styles
Mandarin lán/ lan2 wu2
Taiwan lan wu
Chinese (bird species of China) slaty bunting (Emberiza siemsseni)

藍鷳

see styles
Mandarin lán xián / lan2 xian2
Taiwan lan hsien
Chinese (bird species of China) Swinhoe's pheasant (Lophura swinhoii)

蘇呾纜


苏呾缆

see styles
Mandarin sū dá lǎn / su1 da2 lan3
Taiwan su ta lan
Japanese sotaran
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

蘇格蘭

see styles
Mandarin sū gé lán / su1 ge2 lan2
Taiwan su ko lan
Japanese sukottorando / すこっとらんど
Chinese Scotland
Japanese (place-name) Scotland


see styles
Mandarin lán / lan2
Taiwan lan
Japanese ran(p);ran(p) / らん(P);ラン(P)    rani / らに    araragi;araragi / あららぎ;アララギ
Chinese orchid (蘭花|兰花 Cymbidium goeringii); fragrant thoroughwort (蘭草|兰草 Eupatorium fortunei); lily magnolia (木蘭|木兰); surname Lan; abbr. for Lanzhou 蘭州|兰州[Lan2 zhou1], Gansu
Japanese (1) orchid; (2) (abbreviation) (See 和蘭・オランダ) Holland; The Netherlands; (archaism) (See 藤袴) thoroughwort (species of boneset, Eupatorium fortunei); (1) (kana only) (See 一位・2) Japanese yew (Taxus cuspidata); (2) (archaism) (See 野蒜) wild rocambole (Allium grayi); (surname, female given name) Ran; (surname) Araragi; (surname) Aragi; (surname) Araki
The epidendrum, orchid; scented, refined; pledged, sworn; translit. ra, ram, ran; abbrev. for 偸蘭遮 q.v.

蘭交

see styles
Mandarin lán jiāo / lan2 jiao1
Taiwan lan chiao
Chinese close friendship; a meeting of minds

蘭克

see styles
Mandarin lán/ lan2 ke4
Taiwan lan k`o / lan ko
Chinese Rank (name); Leopold von Ranke (1795-1886), important German historian

蘭坪

see styles
Mandarin lán píng / lan2 ping2
Taiwan lan p`ing / lan ping
Chinese Lanping Bai and Pumi autonomous county in Nujiang Lisu autonomous prefecture 怒江傈僳族自治州[Nu4 jiang1 Li4 su4 zu2 zi4 zhi4 zhou1] in northwest Yunnan

蘭坪縣

see styles
Mandarin lán píng xiàn / lan2 ping2 xian4
Taiwan lan p`ing hsien / lan ping hsien
Chinese Lanping Bai and Pumi autonomous county in Nujiang Lisu autonomous prefecture 怒江傈僳族自治州[Nu4 jiang1 Li4 su4 zu2 zi4 zhi4 zhou1] in northwest Yunnan

蘭塔


兰塔

see styles
Mandarin lán/ lan2 ta3
Taiwan lan t`a / lan ta
Japanese rantō
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

蘭奢


兰奢

see styles
Mandarin lán shē / lan2 she1
Taiwan lan she
Japanese ranja / らんじゃ
Japanese (given name) Ranja
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

蘭姆


兰姆

see styles
Mandarin lán/ lan2 mu3
Taiwan lan mu
Chinese rum (beverage) (loanword); Lamb (name)

蘭姆打

see styles
Mandarin lán mǔ dǎ / lan2 mu3 da3
Taiwan lan mu ta
Chinese lambda (Greek letter Λλ)

蘭姆達

see styles
Mandarin lán mǔ dá / lan2 mu3 da2
Taiwan lan mu ta
Chinese lambda (Greek letter Λλ)

蘭姆酒

see styles
Mandarin lán mǔ jiǔ / lan2 mu3 jiu3
Taiwan lan mu chiu
Chinese rum (beverage) (loanword)

蘭學

see styles
Mandarin lán xué / lan2 xue2
Taiwan lan hsüeh
Chinese Dutch studies (study of Europe and the world in premodern Japan)

蘭室


兰室

see styles
Mandarin lán shì / lan2 shi4
Taiwan lan shih
Japanese ranshitsu / らんしつ
Chinese a lady's room (honorific)
Japanese (given name) Ranshitsu
蘭若 araṇya, lit. forest, hence hermitage, v. 阿; a monastery; (Skt. araṇya)

蘭山

see styles
Mandarin lán shān / lan2 shan1
Taiwan lan shan
Japanese ranzan / らんざん    ransan / らんさん    araragiyama / あららぎやま
Chinese Lanshan district of Linyi city 臨沂市|临沂市[Lin2 yi2 shi4], Shandong
Japanese (given name) Ranzan; (given name) Ransan; (personal name) Araragiyama

蘭山區

see styles
Mandarin lán shān qū / lan2 shan1 qu1
Taiwan lan shan ch`ü / lan shan chü
Chinese Lanshan district of Linyi city 臨沂市|临沂市[Lin2 yi2 shi4], Shandong

蘭嶼

see styles
Mandarin lán/ lan2 yu3
Taiwan lan
Chinese Lanyu or Orchid Island township in Taitung county 臺東縣|台东县[Tai2 dong1 xian4], southeast Taiwan

蘭嶼鄉

see styles
Mandarin lán yǔ xiāng / lan2 yu3 xiang1
Taiwan lan yü hsiang
Chinese Lanyu or Orchid Island township in Taitung county 臺東縣|台东县[Tai2 dong1 xian4], southeast Taiwan

蘭州

see styles
Mandarin lán zhōu / lan2 zhou1
Taiwan lan chou
Japanese ranchou / rancho / らんちょう    ranshuu / ranshu / らんしゅう
Chinese Lanzhou prefecture level city and capital of Gansu province 甘肅|甘肃[Gan1 su4]
Japanese (place-name) Lanzhou (China); Lan-chou; Lanchow

蘭州市

see styles
Mandarin lán zhōu shì / lan2 zhou1 shi4
Taiwan lan chou shih
Chinese Lanzhou prefecture level city and capital of Gansu province 甘肅|甘肃[Gan1 su4]

蘭斯

see styles
Mandarin lán/ lan2 si1
Taiwan lan ssu
Chinese Rheims (city in France)

蘭新

see styles
Mandarin lán xīn / lan2 xin1
Taiwan lan hsin
Chinese Lanzhou and Xinjiang

蘭溪

see styles
Mandarin lán/ lan2 xi1
Taiwan lan hsi
Chinese Lanxi county level city in Jinhua 金華|金华[Jin1 hua2], Zhejiang

蘭溪市

see styles
Mandarin lán xī shì / lan2 xi1 shi4
Taiwan lan hsi shih
Chinese Lanxi county level city in Jinhua 金華|金华[Jin1 hua2], Zhejiang

蘭特

see styles
Mandarin lán/ lan2 te4
Taiwan lan t`e / lan te
Chinese Rand or Randt (name)

蘭玉

see styles
Mandarin lán/ lan2 yu4
Taiwan lan
Japanese rangyoku / らんぎょく
Chinese your son (honorific)
Japanese (female given name) Rangyoku

蘭盆


兰盆

see styles
Mandarin lán pén / lan2 pen2
Taiwan lan p`en / lan pen
Japanese ranbon
(蘭會) Ullambana, Lambana, Avalamba, v. 盂. The festival of masses for destitute ghosts on the 15th of the 7th month; (Skt. ullambana)

蘭科

see styles
Mandarin lán/ lan2 ke1
Taiwan lan k`o / lan ko
Chinese Orchidaceae

蘭章

see styles
Mandarin lán zhāng / lan2 zhang1
Taiwan lan chang
Chinese a beautiful speech or piece of writing; your beautiful article (honorific)

蘭考

see styles
Mandarin lán kǎo / lan2 kao3
Taiwan lan k`ao / lan kao
Chinese Lankao county in Kaifeng 開封|开封[Kai1 feng1], Henan

蘭考縣

see styles
Mandarin lán kǎo xiàn / lan2 kao3 xian4
Taiwan lan k`ao hsien / lan kao hsien
Chinese Lankao county in Kaifeng 開封|开封[Kai1 feng1], Henan

蘭舟

see styles
Mandarin lán zhōu / lan2 zhou1
Taiwan lan chou
Japanese ranshuu / ranshu / らんしゅう
Chinese lit. boat made of lily magnolia wood; poetic term for boat
Japanese (given name) Ranshuu

蘭花

see styles
Mandarin lán huā / lan2 hua1
Taiwan lan hua
Japanese ranfa / らんふぁ    ranka / らんか
Chinese cymbidium; orchid
Japanese (female given name) Ranfa; (female given name) Ranka

蘭花指

see styles
Mandarin lán huā zhǐ / lan2 hua1 zhi3
Taiwan lan hua chih
Chinese hand gesture in traditional dances (joined thumb and middle finger, the rest extended)

蘭若


兰若

see styles
Mandarin lán ruò / lan2 ruo4
Taiwan lan jo
Japanese ranniya
Chinese Buddhist temple (translit. of Sanskrit "Aranyakah"); abbr. for 阿蘭若|阿兰若[a1 lan2 re3]
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

蘭菊


兰菊

see styles
Mandarin lán/ lan2 ju2
Taiwan lan chü
Japanese rankiku
Orchid and chrysanthemum, spring and autumn, emblems of beauty.

蘭蔻

see styles
Mandarin lán kòu / lan2 kou4
Taiwan lan k`ou / lan kou
Chinese Lancôme, French cosmetics brand

蘭西

see styles
Mandarin lán/ lan2 xi1
Taiwan lan hsi
Chinese Langxi county in Suihua 綏化|绥化, Heilongjiang

蘭西縣

see styles
Mandarin lán xī xiàn / lan2 xi1 xian4
Taiwan lan hsi hsien
Chinese Langxi county in Suihua 綏化|绥化, Heilongjiang

蘭言

see styles
Mandarin lán yán / lan2 yan2
Taiwan lan yen
Chinese intimate conversation

蘭譜

see styles
Mandarin lán/ lan2 pu3
Taiwan lan p`u / lan pu
Chinese lit. directory of orchids; fig. genealogical record (esp. exchanged between sworn brothers)

蘭辛

see styles
Mandarin lán xīn / lan2 xin1
Taiwan lan hsin
Chinese Lansing, capital of Michigan

蘭迪斯

see styles
Mandarin lán dí sī / lan2 di2 si1
Taiwan lan ti ssu
Chinese Landis (name)

蘭閨

see styles
Mandarin lán guī / lan2 gui1
Taiwan lan kuei
Chinese a lady's room (honorific)

蘭闍


兰闍

see styles
Mandarin lán/ lan2 du1
Taiwan lan tu
Japanese ranja
蘭奢 (蘭奢待) A Mongol or Turkish word implying praise.

蘭香


兰香

see styles
Mandarin lán xiāng / lan2 xiang1
Taiwan lan hsiang
Japanese rankou / ranko / らんこう    ranka / らんか
Japanese (surname, given name) Rankou; (surname) Ranka
Orchid fragrance, spring.

蘭麝

see styles
Mandarin lán shè / lan2 she4
Taiwan lan she
Chinese lit. orchids and musk; fig. sweet perfumes

蝶蘭

see styles
Mandarin dié lán / die2 lan2
Taiwan tieh lan
Chinese Phalaenopsis (flower genus)

蟹爪蘭

see styles
Mandarin xiè zhuǎ lán / xie4 zhua3 lan2
Taiwan hsieh chua lan
Chinese holiday cactus

血藍素

see styles
Mandarin xuè lán sù / xue4 lan2 su4
Taiwan hsüeh lan su
Chinese hemocyanin (protein in the blood of molluscs etc with a respiratory function similar to hemoglobin)

see styles
Mandarin lán / lan2
Taiwan lan
Chinese ragged garments

襤褸

see styles
Mandarin lán/ lan2 lu:3
Taiwan lan
Japanese ranru / らんる    boro / ぼろ
Chinese ragged; shabby
Japanese (n,pref) (1) (kana only) rag; scrap; tattered clothes; (2) (kana only) fault (esp. in a pretense, pretence); defect; (adjectival noun) (3) (kana only) run-down; shabby; junky

see styles
Mandarin lán / lan2
Taiwan lan
Japanese ran / らん    susotsuki / すそつき
Chinese full length gown (old)
Japanese horizontally-wrapped fabric forming the bottom part of some traditional Japanese clothing

see styles
Mandarin lán / lan2
Taiwan lan
Chinese old variant of 襴|襕[lan2]; brocade

西蘭花

see styles
Mandarinlán huā / xi1 lan2 hua1
Taiwan hsi lan hua
Chinese broccoli

see styles
Mandarin lǎn / lan3
Taiwan lan
Japanese ran / らん    masaru / まさる    suguru / すぐる
Chinese Japanese variant of 覽|览
Japanese (female given name) Ran; (personal name) Masaru; (given name) Suguru


see styles
Mandarin lǎn / lan3
Taiwan lan
Japanese ran
Chinese to look at; to view; to read
To look at, view; translit. raṃ-; associated with fire; to see

覽勝

see styles
Mandarin lǎn shèng / lan3 sheng4
Taiwan lan sheng
Chinese to visit scenic spots

覽古

see styles
Mandarin lǎn/ lan3 gu3
Taiwan lan ku
Chinese to visit historic sites

覽歷


览历

see styles
Mandarin lǎn/ lan3 li4
Taiwan lan li
Japanese ranreki
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

觀瀾湖

see styles
Mandarin guān lán hú / guan1 lan2 hu2
Taiwan kuan lan hu
Chinese Mission Hills Group (Chinese hospitality, sports and leisure company)

觀覽

see styles
Mandarin guān lǎn / guan1 lan3
Taiwan kuan lan
Chinese to view; to look at; to look something over

解纜

see styles
Mandarin jiě lǎn / jie3 lan3
Taiwan chieh lan
Japanese kairan / かいらん
Chinese to untie a mooring rope
Japanese (noun/participle) weighing anchor; unmooring; sailing off

see styles
Mandarin lán / lan2
Taiwan lan
Chinese to make a false charge

讕言

see styles
Mandarin lán yán / lan2 yan2
Taiwan lan yen
Chinese slander; calumny; to accuse unjustly

讕調

see styles
Mandarin lán diào / lan2 diao4
Taiwan lan tiao
Chinese slander; calumny; to accuse unjustly

豆伽藍


豆伽蓝

see styles
Mandarin dòu qié lán / dou4 qie2 lan2
Taiwan tou ch`ieh lan / tou chieh lan
Japanese Zukaran
Masūra Saṅghārāma, Lentil Monastery, 'an ancient vihāra about 200 li southeast of Moñgali.' Eitel.

貪婪

see styles
Mandarin tān lán / tan1 lan2
Taiwan t`an lan / tan lan
Japanese donran / どんらん    tanran / たんらん
Chinese avaricious; greedy; rapacious; insatiable; avid
Japanese (noun or adjectival noun) covetousness; greed

賀蘭

see styles
Mandarinlán / he4 lan2
Taiwan ho lan
Chinese Helan county in Yinchuan 銀川|银川[Yin2 chuan1], Ningxia

賀蘭山

see styles
Mandarinlán shān / he4 lan2 shan1
Taiwan ho lan shan
Chinese Helan Mountains, lying across part of the border between Ningxia and Inner Mongolia

賀蘭縣

see styles
Mandarinlán xiàn / he4 lan2 xian4
Taiwan ho lan hsien
Chinese Helan county in Yinchuan 銀川|银川[Yin2 chuan1], Ningxia

跋濫摩


跋滥摩

see styles
Mandarinlàn/ ba2 lan4 mo2
Taiwan pa lan mo
Japanese haranma
婆羅門 Brāhmaṇa, Brahman, the caste, or character, i.e. pure.

跋藍


跋蓝

see styles
Mandarinlán / ba2 lan2
Taiwan pa lan
Japanese baran
Bala, or Mudrābala, 10 septillions; 大跋藍 100 septillons, v. 洛.

跨欄

see styles
Mandarin kuà lán / kua4 lan2
Taiwan k`ua lan / kua lan
Chinese hurdles; hurdle race (athletics)

see styles
Mandarin lán / lan2
Taiwan lan
Chinese to pass; to step over; to creep; to twine round

躲懶

see styles
Mandarin duǒ lǎn / duo3 lan3
Taiwan to lan
Chinese to shy away from work; to get by without attending duty

轉格欄


转格栏

see styles
Mandarin zhuǎn gé lán / zhuan3 ge2 lan2
Taiwan chuan ko lan
Japanese tenkyakuran
The circuit of the central Lhasa temple, made by prostrations every third step, to get rid of evils or obtain blessings.

迦藍浮


迦蓝浮

see styles
Mandarin jiā lán fú / jia1 lan2 fu2
Taiwan chia lan fu
Japanese Karanbu
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

迦藍陀


迦蓝陀

see styles
Mandarin jiā lán tuó / jia1 lan2 tuo2
Taiwan chia lan t`o / chia lan to
Japanese karanda
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

迦蘭伽


迦兰伽

see styles
Mandarin jiā lán qié / jia1 lan2 qie2
Taiwan chia lan ch`ieh / chia lan chieh
Japanese karanka
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

迦蘭夷


迦兰夷

see styles
Mandarin jiā lán yí / jia1 lan2 yi2
Taiwan chia lan i
Japanese karani
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

迦蘭陀


迦兰陀

see styles
Mandarin jiā lán tuó / jia1 lan2 tuo2
Taiwan chia lan t`o / chia lan to
Japanese karanda
? karaṇḍa, ? karaṇḍaka. A bird which flies in flocks and has a pleasant note; also, a squirrel which awakened Bimbisāra to warn him against a snake. (2) The karaṇḍa-venuvana, a garden belonging to an elder called Karaṇḍa, used by a Nirgrantha sect, then presented by King Bimbisāra to Śākyamuni. Other forms: 迦蘭夷; 迦蘭馱; 迦蘭多迦; 迦藍陀; 伽鄰; 羯蘭鐸迦 (or 羯蘭馱迦); kalandaka

迦蘭馱


迦兰驮

see styles
Mandarin jiā lán tuó / jia1 lan2 tuo2
Taiwan chia lan t`o / chia lan to
Japanese karanda
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

遊覽

see styles
Mandarin yóu lǎn / you2 lan3
Taiwan yu lan
Chinese to go sightseeing; to tour; to visit; CL:次[ci4]

遊覽區

see styles
Mandarin yóu lǎn qū / you2 lan3 qu1
Taiwan yu lan ch`ü / yu lan chü
Chinese tourist regions; sightseeing area

那爛陀


那烂陀

see styles
Mandarinlàn tuó / na4 lan4 tuo2
Taiwan na lan t`o / na lan to
Japanese Naranda
landā, a famous monastery 7 miles north of Rājagṛha, built by the king Śakrāditya. Nālandā is intp. as 施無厭 'Unwearying benefactor', a title attributed to the nāga which dwelt in the lake Āmra there. The village is identified in Eitel as Baragong, i. e. Vihāragrāma. For Nālandā excavations see Archæological Survey Reports, and cf. Xuanzang's account.

那爛陁


那烂陁

see styles
Mandarinlàn tuó / na4 lan4 tuo2
Taiwan na lan t`o / na lan to
Japanese Naranda
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

都蘭

see styles
Mandarinlán / du1 lan2
Taiwan tu lan
Chinese Dulan county in Haixi Mongol and Tibetan autonomous prefecture 海西蒙古族藏族自治州[Hai3 xi1 Meng3 gu3 zu2 Zang4 zu2 zi4 zhi4 zhou1], Qinghai

都蘭縣

see styles
Mandarinlán xiàn / du1 lan2 xian4
Taiwan tu lan hsien
Chinese Dulan county in Haixi Mongol and Tibetan autonomous prefecture 海西蒙古族藏族自治州[Hai3 xi1 Meng3 gu3 zu2 Zang4 zu2 zi4 zhi4 zhou1], Qinghai

野甘藍

see styles
Mandarin yě gān lán / ye3 gan1 lan2
Taiwan yeh kan lan
Chinese European wild cabbage (Brassica oleracea)

金蘭

see styles
Mandarin jīn lán / jin1 lan2
Taiwan chin lan
Chinese profound friendship; sworn brotherhood

金蘭譜

see styles
Mandarin jīn lán pǔ / jin1 lan2 pu3
Taiwan chin lan p`u / chin lan pu
Chinese lit. directory of golden orchids; fig. genealogical record (esp. exchanged between sworn brothers)

金襴衣


金襕衣

see styles
Mandarin jīn lán yī / jin1 lan2 yi1
Taiwan chin lan i
Japanese kinran e
A kāṣāya or robe embroidered with gold; a golden robe; also 金襴袈裟; 金色衣.

鈴蘭

see styles
Mandarin líng lán / ling2 lan2
Taiwan ling lan
Japanese suzuran;suzuran / すずらん;スズラン
Chinese lily of the valley (Convallaria majalis)
Japanese (kana only) lily of the valley (Convallaria keiskei); (female given name) Reiran; (female given name) Reira; (female given name) Rinran; (female given name) Rinka; (female given name) Ririka; (female given name) Riran; (female given name) Rira; (f,p) Suzuran; (female given name) Suzura; (female given name) Suzuka

銅藍鶲

see styles
Mandarin tóng lán wēng / tong2 lan2 weng1
Taiwan t`ung lan weng / tung lan weng
Chinese (bird species of China) verditer flycatcher (Eumyias thalassinus)

鋼纜

see styles
Mandarin gāng lǎn / gang1 lan3
Taiwan kang lan
Chinese steel cable; wire cable; steel hawser

錫蘭

see styles
Mandarinlán / xi1 lan2
Taiwan hsi lan
Japanese seiron / seron / セイロン
Chinese Ceylon (former name of Sri Lanka)
Japanese (ateji / phonetic) (kana only) Ceylon

鐵欄

see styles
Mandarin tiě lán / tie3 lan2
Taiwan t`ieh lan / tieh lan
Chinese metal grille; railing; bars

see styles
Mandarin lán / lan2
Taiwan lan
Chinese lanthanum (chemistry)

閱覽

see styles
Mandarin yuè lǎn / yue4 lan3
Taiwan yüeh lan
Chinese to read

閱覽室

see styles
Mandarin yuè lǎn shì / yue4 lan3 shi4
Taiwan yüeh lan shih
Chinese reading room; CL:間|间[jian1]

see styles
Mandarin lán / lan2
Taiwan lan
Japanese takenawa / たけなわ
Chinese railing; balustrade; door-screen; exhausted; late
Japanese (adverb) (kana only) in full swing; at full height

闌入

see styles
Mandarin lán/ lan2 ru4
Taiwan lan ju
Chinese to trespass; to mix; to mingle

闌出

see styles
Mandarin lán chū / lan2 chu1
Taiwan lan ch`u / lan chu
Chinese to leave impulsively; to send out (merchandise) without authorization

闌尾

see styles
Mandarin lán wěi / lan2 wei3
Taiwan lan wei
Chinese appendix; vermiform appendix (anatomy)

闌尾炎

see styles
Mandarin lán wěi yán / lan2 wei3 yan2
Taiwan lan wei yen
Chinese appendicitis (medicine)

闌干

see styles
Mandarin lán gān / lan2 gan1
Taiwan lan kan
Japanese rankan / らんかん
Chinese (literary) crisscross; uneven; disorderly; rim of the eye; variant of 欄杆|栏杆[lan2 gan1]
Japanese (1) guardrail; handrail; bannister; balustrade; parapet; (2) (archaism) (a person) shining like the stars or moon; (a person) crying endlessly; (personal name) Rankan

闌檻


阑槛

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Mandarin lán kǎn // lán jiàn / lan2 kan3 // lan2 jian4
Taiwan lan k`an // lan chien / lan kan // lan chien
Chinese see 闌檻|阑槛[lan2 jian4]; railing; fence; banisters

闌殫

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Mandarin lán dān / lan2 dan1
Taiwan lan tan
Chinese tired and exhausted

闌珊

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Mandarin lán shān / lan2 shan1
Taiwan lan shan
Chinese coming to an end; waning

闌遺

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Mandarin lán/ lan2 yi2
Taiwan lan i
Chinese unclaimed articles

闌頭

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Mandarin lán tóu / lan2 tou2
Taiwan lan t`ou / lan tou
Chinese lintel; architrave

闌風

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Mandarin lán fēng / lan2 feng1
Taiwan lan feng
Chinese continuous blowing of the wind

阻攔

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Mandarinlán / zu3 lan2
Taiwan tsu lan
Chinese to stop; to obstruct

阿斯蘭

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Mandarin ā sī lán / a1 si1 lan2
Taiwan a ssu lan
Chinese Aslan (from the Narnia chronicles)

阿藍麼


阿蓝么

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Mandarin ā lán/ a1 lan2 mo2
Taiwan a lan mo
Japanese aranma
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

阿蘭

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Mandarin ā lán / a1 lan2
Taiwan a lan
Japanese aran / あらん
Chinese Alan, Allen, Allan, Alain etc (name); A-lan (Chinese female name)
Japanese (female given name) Aran

阿蘭拏


阿兰拏

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Mandarin ā lán/ a1 lan2 na2
Taiwan a lan na
Japanese aranna
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

阿蘭攘


阿兰攘

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Mandarin ā lán ráng / a1 lan2 rang2
Taiwan a lan jang
Japanese arannō

阿蘭文

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Mandarin ā lán wén / a1 lan2 wen2
Taiwan a lan wen
Chinese Aramaic

阿蘭若


阿兰若

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Mandarin ā lán ruò / a1 lan2 ruo4
Taiwan a lan jo
Japanese arannya / あらんにゃ
Chinese Buddhist temple (translit. of Sanskrit "Aranyakah")
Japanese {Buddh} isolated place; hermitage
āraṇya; from araṇya, 'forest.'阿蘭若迦 āraṇyaka, one who lives there. Intp. by 無諍聲 no sound of discord; 閑靜 shut in and quiet; 遠離 far removed; 空 寂 uninhabited and still; a lonely abode 500 bow-lengths from any village. A hermitage, or place of retirement for meditation. Three kinds of occupants are given: 達磨阿蘭若迦 dharma-āraṇyaka; 摩祭阿蘭若迦 mātaṅga-āraṇyaka, and 檀陀阿蘭若迦 daṇḍaka-āraṇyaka. Other forms are: 阿蘭那 or 阿蘭攘; 阿蘭陀 or 陁; 阿練若 or 阿練茄; 曷刺 M028515.

阿蘭那


阿兰那

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Mandarin ā lán/ a1 lan2 na4
Taiwan a lan na
Japanese aranna
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

雕闌

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Mandarin diāo lán / diao1 lan2
Taiwan tiao lan
Chinese carved railings

雙蕊蘭

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Mandarin shuāng ruǐ lán / shuang1 rui3 lan2
Taiwan shuang jui lan
Chinese double-stamen orchid (Diplandrorchis sinica S.C. Chen), an endangered species

雪佛蘭

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Mandarin xuě fó lán / xue3 fo2 lan2
Taiwan hsüeh fo lan
Chinese Chevrolet

雪蘭莪

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Mandarin xuě lán é / xue3 lan2 e2
Taiwan hsüeh lan o
Chinese Selangor (Malaysia)

電纜

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Mandarin diàn lǎn / dian4 lan3
Taiwan tien lan
Japanese denran / でんらん
Chinese (electric) cable
Japanese (kana only) (electrical) cable; power cable

電纜塔

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Mandarin diàn lǎn tǎ / dian4 lan3 ta3
Taiwan tien lan t`a / tien lan ta
Chinese a pylon (for electric power line)

霉爛

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Mandarin méi làn / mei2 lan4
Taiwan mei lan
Chinese mold; rot

靛藍

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Mandarin diàn lán / dian4 lan2
Taiwan tien lan
Chinese indigo (dye)

靛藍色

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Mandarin diàn lán sè / dian4 lan2 se4
Taiwan tien lan se
Chinese indigo blue

靡爛

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Mandarinlàn / mi2 lan4
Taiwan mi lan
Chinese rotting; decaying

革蘭氏

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Mandarinlán shì / ge2 lan2 shi4
Taiwan ko lan shih
Chinese Mr Gram; Dr. Hans Christian Jaochim Gram (1953-1938), Danish doctor and inventor of the Gram stain 革蘭氏染色法|革兰氏染色法

革蘭陽

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Mandarinlán yáng / ge2 lan2 yang2
Taiwan ko lan yang
Chinese Gram-positive (bacteria)

預覽

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Mandarinlǎn / yu4 lan3
Taiwanlan
Chinese preview; to preview

飽覽

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Mandarin bǎo lǎn / bao3 lan3
Taiwan pao lan
Chinese to look intensively; to feast one's eyes on

香子蘭

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Mandarin xiāng zǐ lán / xiang1 zi3 lan2
Taiwan hsiang tzu lan
Chinese vanilla; Vanilla planifolia

香草蘭

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Mandarin xiāng cǎo lán / xiang1 cao3 lan2
Taiwan hsiang ts`ao lan / hsiang tsao lan
Chinese vanilla (Vanilla planifolia)

馬蘭

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Mandarinlán / ma3 lan2
Taiwan ma lan
Chinese Malan military base and atomic test site in Bayingolin Mongol Autonomous Prefecture 巴音郭楞蒙古自治州[Ba1 yin1 guo1 leng2 Meng3 gu3 Zi4 zhi4 zhou1], Xinjiang

馬蘭花

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Mandarinlán huā / ma3 lan2 hua1
Taiwan ma lan hua
Chinese iris; Iris tectorum

馬里蘭

see styles
Mandarin mǎ lǐ lán / ma3 li3 lan2
Taiwan ma li lan
Chinese Maryland, US state

馮友蘭

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Mandarin féng yǒu lán / feng2 you3 lan2
Taiwan feng yu lan
Chinese Feng Youlan (1895-1990), distinguished Chinese philosopher

騰蘭

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Mandarin téng lán / teng2 lan2
Taiwan t`eng lan / teng lan
Tang and Ran, i.e. Mātaṇga (Kāśyapa Mātaṇga) and Gobharaṇa, the two monks brought to China, according to tradition, by Ming Di's emissaries, v. 摩, 迦, and 竺.

高欄

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Mandarin gāo lán / gao1 lan2
Taiwan kao lan
Japanese kouran / koran / こうらん
Chinese high hurdle
Japanese (1) (archit) railing; handrail; balustrade; (2) armrest (chair)

鬱頭藍

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Mandarin yù tóu lán / yu4 tou2 lan2
Taiwan yü t`ou lan / yü tou lan
(鬱頭藍佛) Udraka Ramaputra; 鬱頭藍子; 鬱陀羅羅摩子 A Brahman ascetic, to whom miraculous powers are ascribed, for a time mentor of Śākyamuni after he left home.

鳳眼蘭

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Mandarin fèng yǎn lán / feng4 yan3 lan2
Taiwan feng yen lan
Chinese water hyacinth

鹼性藍

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Mandarin jiǎn xìng lán / jian3 xing4 lan2
Taiwan chien hsing lan
Chinese alkali blue

龍舌蘭

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Mandarin lóng shé lán / long2 she2 lan2
Taiwan lung she lan
Japanese ryuuzetsuran / ryuzetsuran / りゅうぜつらん
Chinese Agave americana (poisonous desert plant of Mexico); tequila
Japanese (1) (kana only) agave; maguey; (2) American aloe; century plant (Agave americana)
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Title CharactersRomaji(Romanized Japanese)Various forms of Romanized Chinese
Finland芬蘭
芬兰
fēn lán / fen1 lan2 / fen lan / fenlan
Orchid
ranlán / lan2 / lan
Blue
Indigo

ailán / lan2 / lan
Irish愛爾蘭人
爱尔兰人
ài ěr lán rén
ai4 er3 lan2 ren2
ai er lan ren
aierlanren
ai erh lan jen
aierhlanjen
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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