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Saifa

Japan sai fa
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砕破 is the title "Saifa" written in Japanese Kanji. This literally means "smash and tear." Like most styles of martial arts, Saifa has origins in China. It was Higashionna that brought Saifa to Okinawa.

Saifa is generally associated with Gōjū-ryū as a title for a kata.


Notes: While Saifa is often written as 砕破, it can also be written 碎破 (just a variation on the first Kanji). Sometimes written in Japanese Katakana as サイハ.


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Characters

If shown, 2nd row is Simp. Chinese

Pronunciation
Romanization
Simple Dictionary Definition

七鰓鰻


七鳃鳗

see styles
Mandarinsāi mán / qi1 sai1 man2
Taiwan ch`i sai man / chi sai man
Chinese lamprey (jawless proto-fish of family Petromyzontidae)

世錦賽


世锦赛

see styles
Mandarin shì jǐn sài / shi4 jin3 sai4
Taiwan shih chin sai
Chinese world championship

伊蒲塞

see styles
Mandarin yī pú sāi / yi1 pu2 sai1
Taiwan i p`u sai / i pu sai
Japanese ibusoku
upāsaka, a lay member of the Buddhist Church, v. 優; (Skt. upāsaka)

伯賽大


伯赛大

see styles
Mandarinsài/ bo2 sai4 da4
Taiwan po sai ta
Chinese Bethsaida (city)

侯賽因


侯赛因

see styles
Mandarin hóu sài yīn / hou2 sai4 yin1
Taiwan hou sai yin
Chinese Husain or Hussein (name); Hussein (c. 626-680), Muslim leader whose martyrdom is commemorated at Ashura; Saddam Hussein al Tikriti (1937-2006), dictator of Iraq 1979-2003

個人賽


个人赛

see styles
Mandarin gè rén sài / ge4 ren2 sai4
Taiwan ko jen sai
Chinese individual competition; individual race

see styles
Mandarin sài / sai4
Taiwan sai
Chinese small, minute; lacking sincerity

優婆塞


优婆塞

see styles
Mandarin yōu pó sāi / you1 po2 sai1
Taiwan yu p`o sai / yu po sai
Japanese ubasoku / うばそく
Japanese {Buddh} upasaka (devout male lay follower of Buddhism)
upāsaka, 優婆娑柯; 優波娑迦; 鄔波塞 (鄔波塞伽); 鄔波索迦 (or 鄔波素迦); 伊蒲塞. Originally meaning a servant, one of low caste, it became the name for a Buddhist layman who engages to observe the first five commandments, a follower, disciple, devotee; (Skt. upāsaka)

公路賽


公路赛

see styles
Mandarin gōng lù sài / gong1 lu4 sai4
Taiwan kung lu sai
Chinese road race

公開賽


公开赛

see styles
Mandarin gōng kāi sài / gong1 kai1 sai4
Taiwan kung k`ai sai / kung kai sai
Chinese championship

再賽


再赛

see styles
Mandarin zài sài / zai4 sai4
Taiwan tsai sai
Chinese a replay (of sports match); a play-off

冠軍賽


冠军赛

see styles
Mandarin guàn jun sài / guan4 jun1 sai4
Taiwan kuan chün sai
Chinese championship

冰塞

see styles
Mandarin bīng sāi / bing1 sai1
Taiwan ping sai
Chinese ice blockage; freezing of waterway

凡爾賽


凡尔赛

see styles
Mandarin fán ěr sài / fan2 er3 sai4
Taiwan fan erh sai
Chinese Versailles (near Paris)

凡賽斯


凡赛斯

see styles
Mandarin fán sài sī / fan2 sai4 si1
Taiwan fan sai ssu
Chinese Taiwan equivalent of 范思哲[Fan4 si1 zhe2]

凱林賽


凯林赛

see styles
Mandarin kǎi lín sài / kai3 lin2 sai4
Taiwan k`ai lin sai / kai lin sai
Chinese keirin cycle race (paced stadium event); translit. of Japanese けいりん 競輪|竞轮

出賽


出赛

see styles
Mandarin chū sài / chu1 sai4
Taiwan ch`u sai / chu sai
Chinese to compete; to take part (in a sports event)

初賽


初赛

see styles
Mandarin chū sài / chu1 sai4
Taiwan ch`u sai / chu sai
Chinese preliminary contest; initial heats of a competition

加塞兒


加塞儿

see styles
Mandarin jiā sāi r / jia1 sai1 r5
Taiwan chia sai r
Chinese to push into a line out of turn; to cut in line; to queue-jump

加賽


加赛

see styles
Mandarin jiā sài / jia1 sai4
Taiwan chia sai
Chinese a play-off; replay

半復賽


半复赛

see styles
Mandarin bàn fù sài / ban4 fu4 sai4
Taiwan pan fu sai
Chinese eighth finals

半決賽


半决赛

see styles
Mandarin bàn jué sài / ban4 jue2 sai4
Taiwan pan chüeh sai
Chinese semifinals

參賽


参赛

see styles
Mandarin cān sài / can1 sai4
Taiwan ts`an sai / tsan sai
Chinese to compete; to take part in a competition

參賽者


参赛者

see styles
Mandarin cān sài zhě / can1 sai4 zhe3
Taiwan ts`an sai che / tsan sai che
Chinese competitor; CL:名[ming2]

友誼賽


友谊赛

see styles
Mandarin yǒu yì sài / you3 yi4 sai4
Taiwan yu i sai
Chinese friendly match; friendly competition

可塞

see styles
Mandarinsài / ke3 sai4
Taiwan k`o sai / ko sai
Chinese xi or ksi (Greek letter Ξξ)

哇噻

see styles
Mandarinsāi / wa1 sai1
Taiwan wa sai
Chinese see 哇塞[wa1 sai1]

哇塞

see styles
Mandarinsāi / wa1 sai1
Taiwan wa sai
Chinese (slang) wow!; also pr. [wa1 sei1]

see styles
Mandarin sāi / sai1
Taiwan sai
Chinese to waste (Cantonese)

see styles
Mandarin sāi / sai1
Taiwan sai
Chinese used in transliteration

噻唑

see styles
Mandarin sāi zuò / sai1 zuo4
Taiwan sai tso
Chinese thiazole (chemistry)

see styles
Mandarin sāi / sai1
Taiwan sai
Japanese sai
Chinese to stop up; to stuff; to cope with; strategic pass; tactical border position; to stop up; to squeeze in; to stuff; cork; stopper; Serbia; Serbian; abbr. for 塞爾維亞|塞尔维亚[Sai1 er3 wei2 ya4]
To stop up, block, gag; dull; honest; a barrier, frontier; translit. s; to close

塞勒姆

see styles
Mandarin sāi lè mǔ / sai1 le4 mu3
Taiwan sai le mu
Chinese Salem, capital of Oregon; Salem, city in Massachusets; Salem, city in India

塞外

see styles
Mandarin sài wài / sai4 wai4
Taiwan sai wai
Chinese beyond the Great Wall

塞子

see styles
Mandarin sāi zi / sai1 zi5
Taiwan sai tzu
Chinese cork; plug

塞尺

see styles
Mandarin sāi chǐ / sai1 chi3
Taiwan sai ch`ih / sai chih
Chinese gauge

塞建陀

see styles
Mandarin sāi jiàn tuó / sai1 jian4 tuo2
Taiwan sai chien t`o / sai chien to
Japanese saikenda
(塞建陀羅); 塞健陀 skandha, 'the shoulder'; 'the body'; 'the trunk of a tree'; 'a section,' etc. M.W. 'Five psychological constituents.' 'Five attributes of every human being.' Eitel. Commonly known as the five aggregates, constituents, or groups; the pañcaskandha; under the Han dynasty 陰 was used, under the Jin 衆, under the Tang 蘊. The five are: 色 rūpa, form, or sensuous quality; 受 vedana, reception, feeling, sensation; 想 sañjñā , thought, consciousness, perception; 行 karman, or saṃskāra, action, mental activity; 識 vijñāna, cognition. The last four are mental constituents of the ego. Skandha is also the name of an arhat, and Skanda, also 塞建那, of a deva.

塞族

see styles
Mandarin sāi/ sai1 zu2
Taiwan sai tsu
Chinese Serb nationality; ethnic Serb; Serbs

塞淵


塞渊

see styles
Mandarin sāi yuān / sai1 yuan1
Taiwan sai yüan
Chinese honest and far-seeing

塞滿


塞满

see styles
Mandarin sāi mǎn / sai1 man3
Taiwan sai man
Chinese to stuff full; to cram in; packed tight; chock full

塞爾南


塞尔南

see styles
Mandarin sài ěr nán / sai4 er3 nan2
Taiwan sai erh nan
Chinese Eugene Cernan (1934-), US astronaut in Apollo 10 and Apollo 17 missions, "last man on the moon"

塞爾特


塞尔特

see styles
Mandarin sāi ěr tè / sai1 er3 te4
Taiwan sai erh t`e / sai erh te
Chinese Celtic

塞牙

see styles
Mandarin sāi/ sai1 ya2
Taiwan sai ya
Chinese to get food stuck between one's teeth

塞納河


塞纳河

see styles
Mandarin sāi nà hé / sai1 na4 he2
Taiwan sai na ho
Chinese Seine

塞給


塞给

see styles
Mandarin sāi gei / sai1 gei3
Taiwan sai kei
Chinese to slip sb something; to press sb to accept something; to insert surreptitiously; to foist something off on sb

塞繆爾


塞缪尔

see styles
Mandarin sāi miù ěr / sai1 miu4 er3
Taiwan sai miu erh
Chinese Samuel (name)

塞耳

see styles
Mandarin sāi ěr / sai1 er3
Taiwan sai erh
Chinese earplug; earwax

塞舌爾


塞舌尔

see styles
Mandarin sài shé ěr / sai4 she2 er3
Taiwan sai she erh
Chinese the Seychelles

塞語


塞语

see styles
Mandarin sài/ sai4 yu3
Taiwan sai
Chinese Serb language

塞車


塞车

see styles
Mandarin sāi chē / sai1 che1
Taiwan sai ch`e / sai che
Chinese traffic jam

塞迦

see styles
Mandarin sāi jiā / sai1 jia1
Taiwan sai chia
Japanese Saika
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

塞齆

see styles
Mandarin sāi wèng / sai1 weng4
Taiwan sai weng
Japanese sokuō
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

壁塞

see styles
Mandarinsāi / bi4 sai1
Taiwan pi sai
Chinese wall plug; screw anchor

多日賽


多日赛

see styles
Mandarin duō rì sài / duo1 ri4 sai4
Taiwan to jih sai
Chinese race of several days; many day competition

夾塞兒


夹塞儿

see styles
Mandarin jiā sāi r / jia1 sai1 r5
Taiwan chia sai r
Chinese to cut into a line; queue-jumping

奧塞羅


奥塞罗

see styles
Mandarin ào sāi luó / ao4 sai1 luo2
Taiwan ao sai lo
Chinese Othello, 1604 tragedy by William Shakespeare 莎士比亞|莎士比亚

奧德賽


奥德赛

see styles
Mandarin ào dé sài / ao4 de2 sai4
Taiwan ao te sai
Chinese Homer's Odyssey

奧賽羅


奥赛罗

see styles
Mandarin ào sài luó / ao4 sai4 luo2
Taiwan ao sai lo
Chinese Othello (play by Shakespeare)

奧運賽


奥运赛

see styles
Mandarin ào yùn sài / ao4 yun4 sai4
Taiwan ao yün sai
Chinese Olympic Games

季後賽


季后赛

see styles
Mandarin jì hòu sài / ji4 hou4 sai4
Taiwan chi hou sai
Chinese a playoff

安塞

see styles
Mandarin ān sāi / an1 sai1
Taiwan an sai
Chinese Ansai county in Yan'an 延安[Yan2 an1], Shaanxi

安塞縣


安塞县

see styles
Mandarin ān sāi xiàn / an1 sai1 xian4
Taiwan an sai hsien
Chinese Ansai county in Yan'an 延安[Yan2 an1], Shaanxi

對抗賽


对抗赛

see styles
Mandarin duì kàng sài / dui4 kang4 sai4
Taiwan tui k`ang sai / tui kang sai
Chinese duel; match; competition between paired opponents (e.g. sporting)

巴塞爾


巴塞尔

see styles
Mandarinsāi ěr / ba1 sai1 er3
Taiwan pa sai erh
Chinese Basel, Switzerland

帶賽


带赛

see styles
Mandarin dài sài / dai4 sai4
Taiwan tai sai
Chinese (slang) (Tw) to bring bad luck

彌沙塞


弥沙塞

see styles
Mandarin mí shā sāi / mi2 sha1 sai1
Taiwan mi sha sai
Japanese Mishasai
(彌沙塞部) Mahāśāsakāḥ . One of the divisions of the Sarvāstivādāḥ school; cf. 磨. Also name of the 五分律 tr. by Buddhajīva A.D. 423-4. Also 彌喜捨娑阿.

彌賽亞


弥赛亚

see styles
Mandarinsài/ mi2 sai4 ya4
Taiwan mi sai ya
Chinese Messiah

徑賽


径赛

see styles
Mandarin jìng sài / jing4 sai4
Taiwan ching sai
Chinese track events (athletics competition)

復活賽


复活赛

see styles
Mandarin fù huó sài / fu4 huo2 sai4
Taiwan fu huo sai
Chinese repechage (supplementary qualifying round in sports)

循環賽


循环赛

see styles
Mandarin xún huán sài / xun2 huan2 sai4
Taiwan hsün huan sai
Chinese round-robin tournament

托腮

see styles
Mandarin tuō sāi / tuo1 sai1
Taiwan t`o sai / to sai
Chinese to rest one's chin in one's hand

拉力賽


拉力赛

see styles
Mandarin lā lì sài / la1 li4 sai4
Taiwan la li sai
Chinese rally (car race) (loanword)

接力賽


接力赛

see styles
Mandarin jiē lì sài / jie1 li4 sai4
Taiwan chieh li sai
Chinese relay race; CL:場|场[chang3]

see styles
Mandarin sāi / sai1
Taiwan sai
Chinese to shake

擂臺賽


擂台赛

see styles
Mandarin lèi tái sài / lei4 tai2 sai4
Taiwan lei t`ai sai / lei tai sai
Chinese single-elimination open tournament (the winner stays on until he is himself defeated)

普賽


普赛

see styles
Mandarinsài / pu3 sai4
Taiwan p`u sai / pu sai
Chinese psi (Greek letter Ψψ)

柱塞

see styles
Mandarin zhù sāi / zhu4 sai1
Taiwan chu sai
Chinese piston

棋賽

see styles
Mandarinsài / qi2 sai4
Taiwan ch`i sai / chi sai
Chinese chess game

棒賽

see styles
Mandarin bàng sài / bang4 sai4
Taiwan pang sai
Chinese to defecate; to take a crap (Taiwanese 放屎, POJ pr. [pàng-sái])

歌唱賽

see styles
Mandarin gē chàng sài / ge1 chang4 sai4
Taiwan ko ch`ang sai / ko chang sai
Chinese song contest

比桿賽

see styles
Mandarin bǐ gān sài / bi3 gan1 sai4
Taiwan pi kan sai
Chinese stroke play (golf)

比賽

see styles
Mandarinsài / bi3 sai4
Taiwan pi sai
Chinese competition (sports etc); match; CL:場|场[chang3],次[ci4]

比賽場

see styles
Mandarinsài chǎng / bi3 sai4 chang3
Taiwan pi sai ch`ang / pi sai chang
Chinese stadium; playing field for a competition

氣塞

see styles
Mandarinsāi / qi4 sai1
Taiwan ch`i sai / chi sai
Chinese airlock; air block; fipple (in the mouthpiece of wind instrument)

決賽

see styles
Mandarin jué sài / jue2 sai4
Taiwan chüeh sai
Chinese finals (of a competition)

波塞冬

see styles
Mandarinsāi dōng / bo1 sai1 dong1
Taiwan po sai tung
Chinese Poseidon, God of the sea in Greek mythology

活塞

see styles
Mandarin huó sāi / huo2 sai1
Taiwan huo sai
Chinese piston; valve

淘汰賽

see styles
Mandarin táo tài sài / tao2 tai4 sai4
Taiwan t`ao t`ai sai / tao tai sai
Chinese a knockout competition

準決賽

see styles
Mandarin zhǔn jué sài / zhun3 jue2 sai4
Taiwan chun chüeh sai
Chinese semi-final

滯塞

see styles
Mandarin zhì sāi / zhi4 sai1
Taiwan chih sai
Chinese to obstruct

火花塞

see styles
Mandarin huǒ huā sāi / huo3 hua1 sai1
Taiwan huo hua sai
Chinese spark plug

熱身賽

see styles
Mandarin rè shēn sài / re4 shen1 sai4
Taiwan je shen sai
Chinese exhibition game

球賽

see styles
Mandarin qiú sài / qiu2 sai4
Taiwan ch`iu sai / chiu sai
Chinese sports match; ballgame; CL:場|场[chang3]

瓣鰓綱

see styles
Mandarin bàn sāi gāng / ban4 sai1 gang1
Taiwan pan sai kang
Chinese Lamellibranchia; class of bivalves

瓶塞

see styles
Mandarin píng sāi / ping2 sai1
Taiwan p`ing sai / ping sai
Chinese bottle cork; bottle stopper

瓶塞鑽

see styles
Mandarin píng sāi zuàn / ping2 sai1 zuan4
Taiwan p`ing sai tsuan / ping sai tsuan
Chinese corkscrew

田徑賽

see styles
Mandarin tián jìng sài / tian2 jing4 sai4
Taiwan t`ien ching sai / tien ching sai
Chinese track and field competition

田賽

see styles
Mandarin tián sài / tian2 sai4
Taiwan t`ien sai / tien sai
Chinese field events (athletics competition)

盧塞恩

see styles
Mandarinsài ēn / lu2 sai4 en1
Taiwan lu sai en
Chinese Lucerne, Switzerland

祭賽

see styles
Mandarinsài / ji4 sai4
Taiwan chi sai
Chinese to give sacrifice

競賽

see styles
Mandarin jìng sài / jing4 sai4
Taiwan ching sai
Chinese race; competition; CL:個|个[ge4]

競賽者

see styles
Mandarin jìng sài zhě / jing4 sai4 zhe3
Taiwan ching sai che
Chinese player

納賽爾

see styles
Mandarinsài ěr / na4 sai4 er3
Taiwan na sai erh
Chinese Nasr or Nasser (Arab name); Gamal Abdel Nasser (1918-1970), Egyptian President

網球賽

see styles
Mandarin wǎng qiú sài / wang3 qiu2 sai4
Taiwan wang ch`iu sai / wang chiu sai
Chinese tennis match; tennis competition; CL:場|场[chang3]

總桿賽

see styles
Mandarin zǒng gān sài / zong3 gan1 sai4
Taiwan tsung kan sai
Chinese stroke play (golf)

總決賽

see styles
Mandarin zǒng jué sài / zong3 jue2 sai4
Taiwan tsung chüeh sai
Chinese finals (sports)

羽鰓鮐

see styles
Mandarinsāi tái / yu3 sai1 tai2
Taiwansai t`ai / yü sai tai
Chinese Indian mackerel

耳塞

see styles
Mandarin ěr sāi / er3 sai1
Taiwan erh sai
Chinese earplug; earphone

聯賽

see styles
Mandarin lián sài / lian2 sai4
Taiwan lien sai
Chinese (sports) league; league tournament

see styles
Mandarin sāi / sai1
Taiwan sai
Japanese era / えら    ago / あご    agito / あぎと
Chinese cheek
Japanese (out-dated kanji) (1) (kana only) gills; branchia; (2) (kana only) angle of the mandible; gonial angle; (out-dated kanji) (noun - becomes adjective with の) (kana only) chin; jaw; (1) (archaism) chin; jaw; (2) (archaism) gills; branchia

腮幫

see styles
Mandarin sāi bāng / sai1 bang1
Taiwan sai pang
Chinese cheek; upper (of a shoe)

腮幫子

see styles
Mandarin sāi bāng zi / sai1 bang1 zi5
Taiwan sai pang tzu
Chinese cheek

腮托

see styles
Mandarin sāi tuō / sai1 tuo1
Taiwan sai t`o / sai to
Chinese chin rest (e.g. for a violin)

腮紅

see styles
Mandarin sāi hóng / sai1 hong2
Taiwan sai hung
Chinese rouge (cosmetics)

腮腺

see styles
Mandarin sāi xiàn / sai1 xian4
Taiwan sai hsien
Chinese parotid gland; saliva gland in cheek

腮腺炎

see styles
Mandarin sāi xiàn yán / sai1 xian4 yan2
Taiwan sai hsien yen
Chinese mumps

腮頰

see styles
Mandarin sāi jiá / sai1 jia2
Taiwan sai chia
Chinese cheek; jaw

腮鬍

see styles
Mandarin sāi/ sai1 hu2
Taiwan sai hu
Chinese sideburns

英超賽

see styles
Mandarin yīng chāo sài / ying1 chao1 sai4
Taiwan ying ch`ao sai / ying chao sai
Chinese England premier soccer league

蒲塞

see styles
Mandarinsāi / pu2 sai1
Taiwan p`u sai / pu sai
Japanese fusoku
upāsaka, 伊蒲塞 cf. 優.

表演賽

see styles
Mandarin biǎo yǎn sài / biao3 yan3 sai4
Taiwan piao yen sai
Chinese exhibition match

複賽

see styles
Mandarinsài / fu4 sai4
Taiwan fu sai
Chinese (sports) semifinal or quarterfinal; to compete in a semifinal (or a quarterfinal)

西塞山

see styles
Mandarinsài shān / xi1 sai4 shan1
Taiwan hsi sai shan
Chinese Xisaishan district of Huangshi city 黃石市|黄石市[Huang2 shi2 shi4], Hubei

西塞羅

see styles
Mandarinsāi luó / xi1 sai1 luo2
Taiwan hsi sai lo
Chinese Marcus Tullius Cicero (106-43 BC), famous Roman politician, orator and philosopher, murdered at the orders of Marc Anthony

要塞

see styles
Mandarin yào sài / yao4 sai4
Taiwan yao sai
Japanese yousai / yosai / ようさい
Chinese stronghold; fort; fortification
Japanese fort; stronghold; fortification

計時賽

see styles
Mandarin jì shí sài / ji4 shi2 sai4
Taiwan chi shih sai
Chinese time trial (e.g. in cycle race); timed race; competition against the clock

諾塞斯

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

識通塞


识通塞

see styles
Mandarin shì tōng sāi / shi4 tong1 sai1
Taiwan shih t`ung sai / shih tung sai
Japanese shiki tsūsai
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

象棋賽

see styles
Mandarin xiàng qí sài / xiang4 qi2 sai4
Taiwan hsiang ch`i sai / hsiang chi sai
Chinese Chinese chess tournament

資格賽

see styles
Mandarin zī gé sài / zi1 ge2 sai4
Taiwan tzu ko sai
Chinese qualifying round (in sports)


see styles
Mandarin sài / sai4
Taiwan sai
Japanese sai / さえ
Chinese to compete; competition; match; to surpass; better than; superior to; to excel
Japanese (abbreviation) dice; die; (1) (abbreviation) dice; die; (2) baton (of command)
Money offerings; monetary offerings

賽事

see styles
Mandarin sài shì / sai4 shi4
Taiwan sai shih
Chinese competition (e.g. sporting)

賽先生

see styles
Mandarin sài xiān sheng / sai4 xian1 sheng5
Taiwan sai hsien sheng
Chinese "Mr Science", phrase used during the May 4th Movement 五四運動|五四运动[Wu3 si4 Yun4 dong4]; abbr. for 賽因斯|赛因斯[sai4 yin1 si1]; see also 德先生[De2 xian1 sheng5]

賽因斯

see styles
Mandarin sài yīn sī / sai4 yin1 si1
Taiwan sai yin ssu
Chinese science (loanword)

賽場

see styles
Mandarin sài chǎng / sai4 chang3
Taiwan sai ch`ang / sai chang
Chinese racetrack; field (for athletics competition)

賽夏族

see styles
Mandarin sài xià zú / sai4 xia4 zu2
Taiwan sai hsia tsu
Chinese Saisiyat or Saisiat, one of the indigenous peoples of Taiwan

賽季

see styles
Mandarin sài/ sai4 ji4
Taiwan sai chi
Chinese season (sports)

賽德娜

see styles
Mandarin sài dé nà / sai4 de2 na4
Taiwan sai te na
Chinese Sedna, small body in the outer reaches of the solar system

賽揚

see styles
Mandarin sài yáng / sai4 yang2
Taiwan sai yang
Chinese Celeron (an Intel chip)

賽會

see styles
Mandarin sài huì / sai4 hui4
Taiwan sai hui
Chinese religious procession; exposition

賽段

see styles
Mandarin sài duàn / sai4 duan4
Taiwan sai tuan
Chinese stage of a competition

賽特

see styles
Mandarin sài/ sai4 te4
Taiwan sai t`e / sai te
Chinese Seth (name)

賽珍珠

see styles
Mandarin sài zhēn zhū / sai4 zhen1 zhu1
Taiwan sai chen chu
Chinese Pearl S. Buck (1892-1973), American writer known for her novels on Asian cultures, Pulitzer Prize and Nobel Prize laureate

賽璐玢

see styles
Mandarin sài lù fēn / sai4 lu4 fen1
Taiwan sai lu fen
Chinese cellophane (loanword)

賽璐珞

see styles
Mandarin sài lù luò / sai4 lu4 luo4
Taiwan sai lu lo
Chinese celluloid (loanword)

賽百味

see styles
Mandarin sài bǎi wèi / sai4 bai3 wei4
Taiwan sai pai wei
Chinese Subway (fast food restaurant)

賽程

see styles
Mandarin sài chéng / sai4 cheng2
Taiwan sai ch`eng / sai cheng
Chinese competition schedule; the course of a race

賽罕

see styles
Mandarin sài hǎn / sai4 han3
Taiwan sai han
Chinese Saihan District of Hohhot City 呼和浩特市[Hu1 he2 hao4 te4 Shi4], Inner Mongolia

賽罕區

see styles
Mandarin sài hǎn qū / sai4 han3 qu1
Taiwan sai han ch`ü / sai han chü
Chinese Saihan District of Hohhot City 呼和浩特市[Hu1 he2 hao4 te4 Shi4], Inner Mongolia

賽義迪

see styles
Mandarin sài yì dí / sai4 yi4 di2
Taiwan sai i ti
Chinese Said or Sayed (Arabic name)

賽船

see styles
Mandarin sài chuán / sai4 chuan2
Taiwan sai ch`uan / sai chuan
Chinese boat race; racing ship or boat

賽艇

see styles
Mandarin sài tǐng / sai4 ting3
Taiwan sai t`ing / sai ting
Chinese boat race; racing ship or boat; rowing (sport)

賽跑

see styles
Mandarin sài pǎo / sai4 pao3
Taiwan sai p`ao / sai pao
Chinese race (running); to race (running)

賽車

see styles
Mandarin sài chē / sai4 che1
Taiwan sai ch`e / sai che
Chinese auto race; cycle race; race car

賽車場

see styles
Mandarin sài chē chǎng / sai4 che1 chang3
Taiwan sai ch`e ch`ang / sai che chang
Chinese motor racetrack; cycle racetrack

賽車手

see styles
Mandarin sài chē shǒu / sai4 che1 shou3
Taiwan sai ch`e shou / sai che shou
Chinese racing driver

賽道

see styles
Mandarin sài dào / sai4 dao4
Taiwan sai tao
Chinese race course

賽錢


赛钱

see styles
Mandarin sài qián / sai4 qian2
Taiwan sai ch`ien / sai chien
Japanese saisen
(to the buddhas or gods); to compete; scattering paper money as an offering

賽馬

see styles
Mandarin sài/ sai4 ma3
Taiwan sai ma
Chinese horse race; horse racing

賽馬場

see styles
Mandarin sài mǎ chǎng / sai4 ma3 chang3
Taiwan sai ma ch`ang / sai ma chang
Chinese race course; race ground; race track

賽馬會

see styles
Mandarin sài mǎ huì / sai4 ma3 hui4
Taiwan sai ma hui
Chinese the Jockey Club, Hong Kong philanthropic organization (and former gentleman's club)

賽點

see styles
Mandarin sài diǎn / sai4 dian3
Taiwan sai tien
Chinese match point (tennis etc)

賽龍舟

see styles
Mandarin sài lóng zhōu / sai4 long2 zhou1
Taiwan sai lung chou
Chinese to race dragon boats

賽龍船

see styles
Mandarin sài lóng chuán / sai4 long2 chuan2
Taiwan sai lung ch`uan / sai lung chuan
Chinese dragon-boat race

足球賽

see styles
Mandarin zú qiú sài / zu2 qiu2 sai4
Taiwan tsu ch`iu sai / tsu chiu sai
Chinese soccer match; soccer competition

軟木塞

see styles
Mandarin ruǎn mù sāi / ruan3 mu4 sai1
Taiwan juan mu sai
Chinese cork

追逐賽

see styles
Mandarin zhuī zhú sài / zhui1 zhu2 sai4
Taiwan chui chu sai
Chinese pursuit race; chase

逕賽

see styles
Mandarin jìng sài / jing4 sai4
Taiwan ching sai
Chinese track

通塞

see styles
Mandarin tōng sāi / tong1 sai1
Taiwan t`ung sai / tung sai
Japanese tsūsoku
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

邀請賽

see styles
Mandarin yāo qǐng sài / yao1 qing3 sai4
Taiwan yao ch`ing sai / yao ching sai
Chinese invitation tournament (e.g. between schools or firms)

邊塞

see styles
Mandarin biān sài / bian1 sai4
Taiwan pien sai
Chinese frontier fortress

鉢塞莫


钵塞莫

see styles
Mandarinsāi/ bo1 sai1 mo4
Taiwan po sai mo
Japanese hasoma
pāśakamāla, dice-chain i.e. a rosary.

錦標賽

see styles
Mandarin jǐn biāo sài / jin3 biao1 sai4
Taiwan chin piao sai
Chinese championship contest; championships

閉塞


闭塞

see styles
Mandarinsāi / bi4 sai1
Taiwan pi sai
Japanese heisoku / hesoku / へいそく
Chinese to stop up; to close up; hard to get to; out of the way; inaccessible; unenlightened; blocking
Japanese (n,vs,adj-no) closure; blockage
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

開賽

see styles
Mandarin kāi sài / kai1 sai4
Taiwan k`ai sai / kai sai
Chinese to start a match; the kick-off

闇塞

see styles
Mandarin àn sāi / an4 sai1
Taiwan an sai
Japanese ansoku
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

關塞

see styles
Mandarin guān sài / guan1 sai4
Taiwan kuan sai
Chinese border fort, esp. defending narrow valley

附加賽

see styles
Mandarin fù jiā sài / fu4 jia1 sai4
Taiwan fu chia sai
Chinese additional competition; play-off; decider

霍賽

see styles
Mandarin huò sài / huo4 sai4
Taiwan huo sai
Chinese Jose (name)

預賽

see styles
Mandarinsài / yu4 sai4
Taiwansai
Chinese preliminary competition; to hold preliminary heats

see styles
Mandarin sāi / sai1
Taiwan sai
Japanese era / えら    ago / あご
Chinese variant of 腮[sai1]
Japanese (out-dated kanji) (1) (kana only) gills; branchia; (2) (kana only) angle of the mandible; gonial angle; (out-dated kanji) (noun - becomes adjective with の) (kana only) chin; jaw

馬塞盧

see styles
Mandarinsài/ ma3 sai4 lu2
Taiwan ma sai lu
Chinese Maseru, capital of Lesotho

馬賽

see styles
Mandarinsài / ma3 sai4
Taiwan ma sai
Chinese Marseille, city in south France; Basay, one of the indigenous peoples of Taiwan

馬賽克

see styles
Mandarinsài/ ma3 sai4 ke4
Taiwan ma sai k`o / ma sai ko
Chinese mosaic (loanword)

馬賽族

see styles
Mandarinsài/ ma3 sai4 zu2
Taiwan ma sai tsu
Chinese Basay, one of the indigenous peoples of Taiwan; Maasai people of Kenya

馬賽曲

see styles
Mandarinsài/ ma3 sai4 qu3
Taiwan ma sai ch`ü / ma sai chü
Chinese La Marseillaise

魔賽克

see styles
Mandarinsài/ mo2 sai4 ke4
Taiwan mo sai k`o / mo sai ko
Chinese Mosaic

see styles
Mandarin sāi / sai1
Taiwan sai
Japanese era / えら    agito / あぎと
Chinese gills of fish
Japanese (1) (kana only) gills; branchia; (2) (kana only) angle of the mandible; gonial angle; (1) (archaism) chin; jaw; (2) (archaism) gills; branchia

鰓弓

see styles
Mandarin sāi gōng / sai1 gong1
Taiwan sai kung
Japanese saikyuu / saikyu / さいきゅう
Chinese visceral arch (gill-bearing arch or its vestigial crease on sides of neck of vertebrates)
Japanese branchial arch; gill arch

鰓裂

see styles
Mandarin sāi liè / sai1 lie4
Taiwan sai lieh
Japanese sairetsu / さいれつ
Chinese gill slit (in fish)
Japanese gill slit
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When the calligrapher finishes creating your artwork, it is taken to my art mounting workshop in Beijing where a wall scroll is made by hand from a combination of silk, rice paper, and wood.
After we create your wall scroll, it takes at least two weeks for air mail delivery from Beijing to you.

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A nice Chinese calligraphy wall scroll

The wall scroll that Sandy is holding in this picture is a "large size"
single-character wall scroll.
We also offer custom wall scrolls in small, medium, and an even-larger jumbo size.

A professional Chinese Calligrapher

Professional calligraphers are getting to be hard to find these days.
Instead of drawing characters by hand, the new generation in China merely type roman letters into their computer keyboards and pick the character that they want from a list that pops up.

There is some fear that true Chinese calligraphy may become a lost art in the coming years. Many art institutes in China are now promoting calligraphy programs in hopes of keeping this unique form of art alive.

Trying to learn Chinese calligrapher - a futile effort

Even with the teachings of a top-ranked calligrapher in China, my calligraphy will never be good enough to sell. I will leave that to the experts.

A high-ranked Chinese master calligrapher that I met in Zhongwei

The same calligrapher who gave me those lessons also attracted a crowd of thousands and a TV crew as he created characters over 6-feet high. He happens to be ranked as one of the top 100 calligraphers in all of China. He is also one of very few that would actually attempt such a feat.


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