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Characters

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Pronunciation
Romanization
Simple Dictionary Definition

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Mandarin nuò / nuo4
Taiwan no
Chinese archaic variant of 懦[nuo4]

三諾


三诺

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Mandarin sān nuò / san1 nuo4
Taiwan san no
Japanese miyoshi / みよし    midaku / みだく    mitake / みたけ
Japanese (personal name) Miyoshi; (surname) Midaku; (surname) Mitake
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

伊利諾


伊利诺

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Mandarin yī lì nuò / yi1 li4 nuo4
Taiwan i li no
Chinese Illinois, US state

優諾牌


优诺牌

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Mandarin yōu nuò pái / you1 nuo4 pai2
Taiwan yu no p`ai / yu no pai
Chinese Uno (card game)

允諾


允诺

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Mandarin yǔn nuò / yun3 nuo4
Taiwan yün no
Chinese to promise; to consent (to do something)

古諾


古诺

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Mandarinnuò / gu3 nuo4
Taiwan ku no
Chinese Gounod (name); Charles Gounod (1818-1893), French musician and opera composer

呀諾達


呀诺达

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Mandarinnuò/ ya1 nuo4 da2
Taiwan ya no ta
Chinese Yanoda, a rainforest in southern Hainan

唱喏

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Mandarin chàng rě // chàng nuò / chang4 re3 // chang4 nuo4
Taiwan ch`ang je // ch`ang no / chang je // chang no
Chinese (old) to bow and utter polite phrases; to open the way (for a dignitary etc); to answer respectfully "yes"

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Mandarin rě // nuò / re3 // nuo4
Taiwan je // no
Chinese to salute; make one's curtsy; (indicating agreement) yes; all right; (drawing attention to) look!; here!; variant of 諾|诺[nuo4]

喹諾酮


喹诺酮

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Mandarin kuí nuò tóng / kui2 nuo4 tong2
Taiwan k`uei no t`ung / kuei no tung
Chinese quinolone (a hydroxylated quinoline, inhibiting the replication of bacterial DNA)

基諾族


基诺族

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Mandarinnuò/ ji1 nuo4 zu2
Taiwan chi no tsu
Chinese Jinuo ethnic group

夙諾


夙诺

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Mandarinnuò / su4 nuo4
Taiwan su no
Chinese old promise; long-standing commitment

多米諾


多米诺

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Mandarin duō mǐ nuò / duo1 mi3 nuo4
Taiwan to mi no
Chinese domino (loanword)

季諾


季诺

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Mandarinnuò / ji4 nuo4
Taiwan chi no
Chinese a promise that can be realized

宿諾


宿诺

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Mandarinnuò / su4 nuo4
Taiwan su no
Chinese old promises; unfulfilled promises

怯懦

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Mandarin qiè nuò / qie4 nuo4
Taiwan ch`ieh no / chieh no
Japanese kyouda / kyoda / きょうだ
Chinese timid; gutless; weakling
Japanese (noun or adjectival noun) cowardice

愚懦

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Mandarinnuò / yu2 nuo4
Taiwan yü no
Chinese ignorant and timid

應諾


应诺

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Mandarin yìng nuò / ying4 nuo4
Taiwan ying no
Chinese to promise; to agree to do something

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Mandarin nuò / nuo4
Taiwan no
Chinese imbecile; timid

懦夫

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Mandarin nuò/ nuo4 fu1
Taiwan no fu
Chinese coward

懦弱

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Mandarin nuò ruò / nuo4 ruo4
Taiwan no jo
Japanese dajaku / だじゃく
Chinese cowardly; weak
Japanese (noun or adjectival noun) (1) apathetic; lackadaisical; spiritless; gutless; weak-willed; unenterprising; enervated; effete; (2) physically weak; feeble; effeminate

承諾


承诺

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Mandarin chéng nuò / cheng2 nuo4
Taiwan ch`eng no / cheng no
Japanese shoudaku / shodaku / しょうだく
Chinese to promise; to undertake to do something; commitment
Japanese (n,vs,adj-no) consent; acquiescence; agreement

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Mandarin nuò / nuo4
Taiwan no
Japanese karami / からみ    karage / からげ
Chinese (literary) to hold (in the hand); to challenge; to provoke
Japanese (place-name) Karami; (place-name) Karage

搦戰


搦战

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Mandarin nuò zhàn / nuo4 zhan4
Taiwan no chan
Chinese to challenge to battle

斯諾


斯诺

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Mandarinnuò / si1 nuo4
Taiwan ssu no
Chinese Snow (name); Edgar Snow (1905-1972), American journalist, reported from China 1928-1941, author of Red Star Over China

斯諾克


斯诺克

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Mandarinnuò/ si1 nuo4 ke4
Taiwan ssu no k`o / ssu no ko
Chinese snooker (loanword)

斯諾登


斯诺登

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Mandarinnuò dēng / si1 nuo4 deng1
Taiwan ssu no teng
Chinese Edward Snowden (1983-), American surveillance program whistleblower

朱諾

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Mandarin zhū nuò / zhu1 nuo4
Taiwan chu no
Chinese Juneau, capital of Alaska; Juno, Roman goddess of marriage

漢諾威

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Mandarin hàn nuò wēi / han4 nuo4 wei1
Taiwan han no wei
Chinese Hanover

灰皮諾

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Mandarin huī pí nuò / hui1 pi2 nuo4
Taiwan hui p`i no / hui pi no
Chinese Pinot gris (grape type); Pinot grigio

禧瑪諾

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Mandarin xǐ mǎ nuò / xi3 ma3 nuo4
Taiwan hsi ma no
Chinese Shimano (brand)

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Mandarin nuò / nuo4
Taiwan no
Chinese variant of 糯[nuo4]

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Mandarin nuò / nuo4
Taiwan no
Chinese variant of 糯[nuo4]

米諾安

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Mandarinnuò ān / mi3 nuo4 an1
Taiwan mi no an
Chinese Minoan (civilization on Crete)

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Mandarin nuò / nuo4
Taiwan no
Japanese mochi / もち
Chinese glutinous rice; sticky rice
Japanese (See 粳) mochi (glutinous rice or other grain, sticky enough to make mochi rice cakes)

糯稻

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Mandarin nuò dào / nuo4 dao4
Taiwan no tao
Chinese glutinous rice; sticky rice

糯米

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Mandarin nuò/ nuo4 mi3
Taiwan no mi
Japanese mochigome / もちごめ
Chinese glutinous rice; Oryza sativa var. glutinosa
Japanese glutinous rice

糯米粉

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Mandarin nuò mǐ fěn / nuo4 mi3 fen3
Taiwan no mi fen
Chinese glutinous rice flour

糯米糍

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Mandarin nuò mǐ cí / nuo4 mi3 ci2
Taiwan no mi tz`u / no mi tzu
Chinese rice cake dumpling; sticky rice cake; mochi cake

糯米糕

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Mandarin nuò mǐ gāo / nuo4 mi3 gao1
Taiwan no mi kao
Chinese glutinous rice cake; CL:塊|块[kuai4]

糯米紙

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Mandarin nuò mǐ zhǐ / nuo4 mi3 zhi3
Taiwan no mi chih
Chinese rice paper; membrane of glutinous rice, used to wrap sweets etc

糯米臀

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Mandarin nuò mǐ tún / nuo4 mi3 tun2
Taiwan no mi t`un / no mi tun
Chinese lazy bones (dialect)

糯麥

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Mandarin nuò mài / nuo4 mai4
Taiwan no mai
Chinese glutinous barley

羅夫諾

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Mandarin luō fū nuò / luo1 fu1 nuo4
Taiwan lo fu no
Chinese Rivne (or Rovno), city in western Ukraine; Rivne (Oblast)

羅曼諾

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Mandarin luó màn nuò / luo2 man4 nuo4
Taiwan lo man no
Chinese Romano (name)

羅馬諾

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Mandarin luó mǎ nuò / luo2 ma3 nuo4
Taiwan lo ma no
Chinese Romano (name)

許諾

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Mandarinnuò / xu3 nuo4
Taiwan hsü no
Japanese kyodaku / きょだく
Chinese promise; pledge
Japanese (noun/participle) consent


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Mandarin nuò / nuo4
Taiwan no
Japanese daku / だく    o;u;se / お;う;せ
Chinese to consent; to promise; (literary) yes!
Japanese (1) agreement; assent; (n,n-pref,n-suf) (2) (abbreviation) (See 諾威・ノルウェー) Norway; (interjection) (archaism) yes; all right; OK; okay; (place-name) Nagi
To answer; promise; yes; translit. na, nya; to agree

諾丁漢

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Mandarin nuò dīng hàn / nuo4 ding1 han4
Taiwan no ting han
Chinese Nottingham (city in England)

諾亞

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Mandarin nuò/ nuo4 ya4
Taiwan no ya
Venustiano
Chinese Noah

諾伊曼

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Mandarin nuò yī màn / nuo4 yi1 man4
Taiwan no i man
Chinese Neumann (surname); John von Neumann (1903-1957), Hungarian-born American mathematician and polymath

諾伽那


诺伽那

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Mandarin nuò qien à / nuo4 qien2 a4
Taiwan no qien a
Japanese Nakugana
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

諾健那


诺健那

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Mandarin nuò jiàn nà / nuo4 jian4 na4
Taiwan no chien na
Japanese Nakugonna
荼健那; 諾伽那 Nagna; naked, a naked mendicant; a name of Śiva; a vajra-king.

諾克少

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Mandarin nuò kè shǎo / nuo4 ke4 shao3
Taiwan no k`o shao / no ko shao
Chinese Nouakchott, capital of Mauritania (Tw)

諾基亞

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Mandarin nuò jī yà / nuo4 ji1 ya4
Taiwan no chi ya
Chinese Nokia (company name)

諾塞斯

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Mandarin nuò sāi sī / nuo4 sai1 si1
Taiwan no sai ssu
Chinese Knossos (Minoan palace at Iraklion, Crete)

諾曼人

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Mandarin nuò màn rén / nuo4 man4 ren2
Taiwan no man jen
Chinese Normans (people)

諾曼底

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Mandarin nuò màn dǐ / nuo4 man4 di3
Taiwan no man ti
Chinese Normandy, France

諾曼第

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Mandarin nuò màn dì / nuo4 man4 di4
Taiwan no man ti
Chinese Normandy, France

諾格

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Mandarin nuò/ nuo4 ge2
Taiwan no ko
Chinese Northrop Grumman (aerospace arm of Boeing)

諾特

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Mandarin nuò/ nuo4 te4
Taiwan no t`e / no te
Chinese Noether (name); Emmy Noether (1882-1935), famous German female algebraist; Noetherian (math.)

諾獎

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Mandarin nuò jiǎng / nuo4 jiang3
Taiwan no chiang
Chinese Nobel Prize; abbr. for 諾貝爾獎|诺贝尔奖[Nuo4 bei4 er3 Jiang3]

諾瞿陀


诺瞿陀

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Mandarin nuò qú tuó / nuo4 qu2 tuo2
Taiwan no ch`ü t`o / no chü to
Japanese dakuta
nyagrodha. The Indian fig-tree, ficus indica, cf. 尼; (Skt. nyagrodha)

諾矩


诺矩

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Mandarin nuò/ nuo4 ju3
Taiwan no chü
Japanese Naku
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

諾矩羅


诺矩罗

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Mandarin nuò jǔ luó / nuo4 ju3 luo2
Taiwan no chü lo
Japanese Nakura
Chinese Nuojuluo, monk at start of Tang dynasty, possibly originally immigrant, lived in Qingshen county 青神[Qing1 shen2], Sichuan
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

諾言

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Mandarin nuò yán / nuo4 yan2
Taiwan no yen
Chinese promise

諾詎羅


诺讵罗

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Mandarin nuò jù luō / nuo4 ju4 luo1
Taiwan no chü lo
Japanese Dakura
諾矩 Nakula, one of the sixteen arhats.

諾貝爾

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Mandarin nuò bèi ěr / nuo4 bei4 er3
Taiwan no pei erh
Chinese Nobel (Prize)

諾魯

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Mandarin nuò/ nuo4 lu3
Taiwan no lu
Chinese Nauru, island country in the southwestern Pacific (Tw)

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Mandarin nuò / nuo4
Taiwan no
Chinese nobelium (chemistry)

阿多諾

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Mandarin ā duō nuò / a1 duo1 nuo4
Taiwan a to no
Chinese surname Adorno; Theodor Ludwig Wiesengrund Adorno 狄奧多·阿多諾|狄奥多·阿多诺[Di2 ao4 duo1 · A1 duo1 nuo4] (1903-1969), German sociologist, philosopher, musicologist, and composer

阿諾

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Mandarin ā nuò / a1 nuo4
Taiwan a no
Chinese Arnold (name); refers to Arnold Schwarzenegger 阿諾·施瓦辛格|阿诺·施瓦辛格[A1 nuo4 · Shi1 wa3 xin1 ge2]

雅諾什

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Mandarinnuò shí / ya3 nuo4 shi2
Taiwan ya no shih
Chinese János (Hungarian name)

雷諾

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Mandarin léi nuò / lei2 nuo4
Taiwan lei no
Chinese Reynolds (name); Renault (French car company); Reno, Nevada

雷諾數

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Mandarin léi nuò shù / lei2 nuo4 shu4
Taiwan lei no shu
Chinese Reynolds number (ratio of inertial forces to viscous forces in fluid mechanics)

雷諾阿

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Mandarin léi nuò ā / lei2 nuo4 a1
Taiwan lei no a
Chinese Renoir (name); Pierre-Auguste Renoir (1841-1919), French impressionist painter

領諾

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Mandarin lǐng nuò / ling3 nuo4
Taiwan ling no
Chinese consent

黑比諾

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Mandarin hēi bǐ nuò / hei1 bi3 nuo4
Taiwan hei pi no
Chinese Pinot noir (grape type)

黑皮諾

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Mandarin hēi pí nuò / hei1 pi2 nuo4
Taiwan hei p`i no / hei pi no
Chinese Pinot noir (grape type)
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