Not what you want?

Try searching again using:
1. Other similar-meaning words.
2. Fewer words or just one word.

Sha in Chinese / Japanese...

Buy a Sha calligraphy wall scroll here!

Start your custom "Sha" project by clicking the button next to your favorite "Sha" title below...

  1. Shark
  2. Sand
  3. Sand / Gravel
  4. Kill / Slaughter / Murder / Butcher
  5. Avenger
  6. Rank Holder

Shark

China shā
Japan haze
Shark

This single Chinese character means shark.

However, in Japanese, it can refer to the family of goby fish.

鯊 is good if you're looking for shark in Chinese but Japanese may misunderstand it.

Sand

China shā
Japan suna
Sand

沙 means sand in Chinese, Japanese Kanji, and old Korean Hanja.

This can imply something infinite like the sands of the Ganges. It's often used in Buddhism to suggest something countless.


This can also be the Japanese female given name Migiwa, so it's kind of like the English name Sandy.

Sand / Gravel

China shā
Japan suna
Sand / Gravel

砂 means sand or gravel in Chinese, Japanese Kanji, and old Korean Hanja.

The radicals in the character imply the grit from ground-down stone or rock.


This can also be the Japanese surname Sunahama.

Kill / Slaughter / Murder / Butcher

China shā
Japan satsu
Kill / Slaughter / Murder / Butcher

殺 is how to write "to kill" or "killing."

殺 is an absolutely shocking word to have on a wall scroll. It will bewilder, scare, and perhaps offend any Chinese, Korean, or Japanese person who sees it. I do not in any way recommend this for a piece of calligraphy artwork. This entry is only here because our calligraphy search engine received so many requests for "kill."

Note: In Korean Hanja, this character is not often used alone - see the other two-character entry for "kill."

Avenger

Japan fuku shuu sha
Avenger

復讐者 is a Japanese Kanji title that means avenger or revenger.

The first two characters literally mean revenge or avenge.

The last character is a way to say person (or soldier/warrior).

Altogether, you have something like, "avenging person," hence avenger.

Rank Holder

The one who has achieved rank in martial arts
China yǒu duàn zhě
Japan yuu dan sha
Rank Holder

有段者 is a Japanese term for someone who holds rank in karate, judo, etc.
This term theoretically applies to anyone with rank (above a white belt). However, some schools or dojos may reserve this title for a holder of a black belt.

I'd suggest that you only order this phrase if you have honestly reached this level.

This title does kind of make sense in Chinese but only to those Chinese who practice "kong shou dao" (karate) or when used in the context of martial arts.


Not the results for sha that you were looking for?

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

Characters

If shown, 2nd row is Simp. Chinese

Pronunciation
Romanization
Simple Dictionary Definition

一刹

see styles
Mandarinshā / yi1 sha1
Taiwan i sha
Japanese issetsu
v. 掣. A kṣetra, a land, a Buddha-realm or chiliocosm; a world

一霎

see styles
Mandarinshà / yi1 sha4
Taiwan i sha
Chinese in a flash

一霎時


一霎时

see styles
Mandarinshà shí / yi1 sha4 shi2
Taiwan i sha shih
Chinese in an instant

一霎眼

see styles
Mandarinshà yǎn / yi1 sha4 yan3
Taiwan i sha yen
Chinese suddenly; in an instant

一霎間


一霎间

see styles
Mandarinshà jiān / yi1 sha4 jian1
Taiwan i sha chien
Chinese in a flash

不殺


不杀

see styles
Mandarinshā / bu4 sha1
Taiwan pu sha
Japanese fusatsu
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

不殺戒


不杀戒

see styles
Mandarinshā jiè / bu4 sha1 jie4
Taiwan pu sha chieh
Japanese fu setsu kai
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

不殺生


不杀生

see styles
Mandarinshā shēng / bu4 sha1 sheng1
Taiwan pu sha sheng
Japanese fusesshō
prāṇātipātād vairamaṇī (virati). The first commandment, Thou shalt not kill the living; abstinence from taking life

不煞

see styles
Mandarinshà / bu4 sha4
Taiwan pu sha
Japanese fusetsu
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

不煞戒

see styles
Mandarinshà jiè / bu4 sha4 jie4
Taiwan pu sha chieh
Japanese fusetsukai
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

不疑殺


不疑杀

see styles
Mandarin bù yí shā / bu4 yi2 sha1
Taiwan pu i sha
Japanese fu gisetsu
Not in doubt that the creature has been killed to feed me, v. 不淨肉; no doubt about killing

丹沙

see styles
Mandarin dān shā / dan1 sha1
Taiwan tan sha
Chinese cinnabar (used in TCM)

丹砂

see styles
Mandarin dān shā / dan1 sha1
Taiwan tan sha
Japanese tansha / たんしゃ
Chinese cinnabar; mercuric sulfide HgS
Japanese cinnabar

他殺


他杀

see styles
Mandarinshā / ta1 sha1
Taiwan t`a sha / ta sha
Japanese tasatsu / たさつ
Chinese homicide (law)
Japanese murder

伊刹尼

see styles
Mandarinshā/ yi1 sha1 ni2
Taiwan i sha ni
Japanese isetsuni
ikṣaṇi, or ikṣaṇa, defined as a magic mode of reading another's thoughts; (Skt. ikṣaṇi)

伊沙

see styles
Mandarinshā / yi1 sha1
Taiwan i sha
Japanese isa / いさ
Japanese (female given name) Isa
IIśa, master, lord. 伊沙 is used for 伊舍那 q. v., but 伊沙那 īśāna, possessing, is intp. as 聚落 a settled place, locality, and may be Iiśānapura, v. infra 伊賞.

伊沙堀

see styles
Mandarinshā jué / yi1 sha1 jue2
Taiwan i sha chüeh
Japanese Ishakutsu
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

伊沙天

see styles
Mandarinshā tiān / yi1 sha1 tian1
Taiwan i sha t`ien / i sha tien
Japanese Isha ten
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

伐里沙

see styles
Mandarin fá lǐ shā / fa2 li3 sha1
Taiwan fa li sha
Japanese barisha
varṣa, rain; name of a noted Saṃkhyā leader, Varsaganya.

伯莎

see styles
Mandarinshā / bo2 sha1
Taiwan po sha
Chinese Bertha (name)

佉沙

see styles
Mandarinshā / qu1 sha1
Taiwan ch`ü sha / chü sha
Japanese Kasha
Kashgar, a country in E. Turkestan, east of the Pamirs, S. of Tianshan; the older name, after the name of its capital, is sometimes given as 疏勒 or 室利訖栗多底 Śrīkrītati.

佛刹

see styles
Mandarinshā / fu2 sha1
Taiwan fu sha
Japanese bussetsu
buddhakṣetra. 佛紇差怛羅 Buddha realm, land or country; see also 佛土, 佛國. The term is absent from Hīnayāna. In Mahāyāna it is the spiritual realm acquired by one who reaches perfect enlightenment, where he instructs all beings born there, preparing them for enlightenment. In the schools where Mahāyāna adopted an Ādi-Buddha, these realms or Buddha-fields interpenetrated each other, since they were coexistent with the universe. There are two classes of Buddhakṣetra: (1) in the Vairocana Schools, regarded as the regions of progress for the righteous after death; (2) in the Amitābha Schools, regarded as the Pure Land; v. McGovern, A Manual of Buddhist Philosophy, pp. 70-2; buddha field

佛樓沙


佛楼沙

see styles
Mandarin fú lóu shā / fu2 lou2 sha1
Taiwan fu lou sha
Japanese burōsha
Purushapura, v. 布嚕沙; Puruṣapura

作沙門


作沙门

see styles
Mandarin zuò shā mén / zuo4 sha1 men2
Taiwan tso sha men
Japanese sa shamon
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

併紗


并纱

see styles
Mandarin bìng shā / bing4 sha1
Taiwan ping sha
Chinese doubling (combining two or more lengths of yarn into a single thread)

see styles
Mandarin shá / sha2
Taiwan sha
Chinese old variant of 啥[sha2]

偏廈


偏厦

see styles
Mandarin piān shà / pian1 sha4
Taiwan p`ien sha / pien sha
Chinese side annex; lean-to

see styles
Mandarin shǎ / sha3
Taiwan sha
Chinese foolish

傻B

see styles
Mandarin shǎ/ sha3 bi1
Taiwan sha pi
Chinese variant of 傻屄[sha3 bi1]

傻X

see styles
Mandarin shǎ x / sha3 x
Taiwan sha x
Chinese see 傻叉[sha3 cha1]

傻乎乎

see styles
Mandarin shǎ hū hū / sha3 hu1 hu1
Taiwan sha hu hu
Chinese feeble-minded; dim-witted

傻冒

see styles
Mandarin shǎ mào / sha3 mao4
Taiwan sha mao
Chinese idiot; fool; foolish

傻叉

see styles
Mandarin shǎ chā / sha3 cha1
Taiwan sha ch`a / sha cha
Chinese fool; blockhead

傻大個


傻大个

see styles
Mandarin shǎ dà gè / sha3 da4 ge4
Taiwan sha ta ko
Chinese idiot; blockhead; clod; oaf

傻子

see styles
Mandarin shǎ zi / sha3 zi5
Taiwan sha tzu
Chinese idiot; fool

傻屄

see styles
Mandarin shǎ/ sha3 bi1
Taiwan sha pi
Chinese stupid cunt (vulgar); also written 傻逼[sha3 bi1]

傻帽

see styles
Mandarin shǎ mào / sha3 mao4
Taiwan sha mao
Chinese fool; idiot; foolish; stupid

傻帽兒


傻帽儿

see styles
Mandarin shǎ mào r / sha3 mao4 r5
Taiwan sha mao r
Chinese erhua variant of 傻帽[sha3 mao4]

傻氣


傻气

see styles
Mandarin shǎ/ sha3 qi4
Taiwan sha ch`i / sha chi
Chinese foolishness; nonsense; foolish

傻瓜

see styles
Mandarin shǎ guā / sha3 gua1
Taiwan sha kua
Chinese idiot; fool

傻白甜

see styles
Mandarin shǎ bái tián / sha3 bai2 tian2
Taiwan sha pai t`ien / sha pai tien
Chinese (Internet slang) sweet, naive young woman

傻眼

see styles
Mandarin shǎ yǎn / sha3 yan3
Taiwan sha yen
Chinese stunned; struck dumb; flabbergasted

傻笑

see styles
Mandarin shǎ xiào / sha3 xiao4
Taiwan sha hsiao
Chinese to giggle; to laugh foolishly; to smirk; to simper

傻蛋

see styles
Mandarin shǎ dàn / sha3 dan4
Taiwan sha tan
Chinese stupid young fellow; idiot

傻話


傻话

see styles
Mandarin shǎ huà / sha3 hua4
Taiwan sha hua
Chinese foolish talk; nonsense

傻逼

see styles
Mandarin shǎ/ sha3 bi1
Taiwan sha pi
Chinese variant of 傻屄[sha3 bi1]

see styles
Mandarin shǎ / sha3
Taiwan sha
Chinese variant of 傻[sha3]

兇殺


凶杀

see styles
Mandarin xiōng shā / xiong1 sha1
Taiwan hsiung sha
Chinese to murder; assassination

兇殺案


凶杀案

see styles
Mandarin xiōng shā àn / xiong1 sha1 an4
Taiwan hsiung sha an
Chinese murder case

兇煞


凶煞

see styles
Mandarin xiōng shà / xiong1 sha4
Taiwan hsiung sha
Chinese demon; fiend

兜沙

see styles
Mandarin dōu shā / dou1 sha1
Taiwan tou sha
Japanese tosha
tuṣāra, frost.

兜沙經


兜沙经

see styles
Mandarin dōu shā jīng / dou1 sha1 jing1
Taiwan tou sha ching
Japanese Tosha kyō
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

六殺


六杀

see styles
Mandarin liù shā / liu4 sha1
Taiwan liu sha
Japanese rokusetsu
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

六種殺


六种杀

see styles
Mandarin liù zhǒng shā / liu4 zhong3 sha1
Taiwan liu chung sha
Japanese roku shusetsu
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

冰沙

see styles
Mandarin bīng shā / bing1 sha1
Taiwan ping sha
Chinese slushie; smoothie; crushed ice drink; frappucino

刮痧

see styles
Mandarin guā shā / gua1 sha1
Taiwan kua sha
Chinese gua sha (technique in TCM)

see styles
Mandarin shā / sha1
Taiwan sha
Japanese setsu / せつ
Japanese (n,suf) (1) temple (Buddhist); (2) central pillar of a pagoda; (3) (Buddhist term) kshetra (realm, country); ksetra; (female given name) Setsu
cha; translit. kṣ; realm

刹利

see styles
Mandarin shā/ sha1 li4
Taiwan sha li
Japanese setsuri
(刹帝利); 刹怛利耶 kṣatriya. The second, or warrior and ruling caste; Chinese render it as 田主 landowners and 王種 royal caste; the caste from which the Buddha came forth and therefore from which all Buddhas (如來) spring; (Skt. kṣatriya)

刹土

see styles
Mandarin shā/ sha1 tu3
Taiwan sha t`u / sha tu
Japanese setsudo
乞叉; 乞漉 kṣetra, land, fields, country, place; also a universe consisting of three thousand large chiliocosms; also, a spire, or flagstaff on a pagoda, a monastery but this interprets caitya, cf. 制. Other forms are 刹多羅 (or 制多羅 or 差多羅); 紇差怛羅; world

刹塵


刹尘

see styles
Mandarin shā chén / sha1 chen2
Taiwan sha ch`en / sha chen
Japanese setsujin
Lands, countless as the dust; lands like dust-motes

刹摩

see styles
Mandarin shā/ sha1 mo2
Taiwan sha mo
Japanese setsuma
kṣema, a residence, dwelling, abode, land, property; idem 刹 and 刹竿.

刹海

see styles
Mandarin shā hǎi / sha1 hai3
Taiwan sha hai
Japanese sekkai
Land and sea. The flagpole of a monastery, surmounted by a gilt ball or pearl, symbolical of Buddhism; inferentially a monastery with its land. Also 刹柱, 金刹 (or 表刹).

刺殺


刺杀

see styles
Mandarinshā / ci4 sha1
Taiwan tz`u sha / tzu sha
Japanese shisatsu / しさつ
Chinese to assassinate; (military) to fight with a bayonet; (baseball) to put out (a baserunner)
Japanese (noun/participle) (1) stabbing to death; (2) {baseb} putting out


see styles
Mandarin shā // chà / sha1 // cha4
Taiwan sha // ch`a / sha // cha
Chinese to brake; Buddhist monastery, temple or shrine (abbr. for 剎多羅, Sanskrit ksetra)
Japanese See:

剎不住


刹不住

see styles
Mandarin shā bu zhù / sha1 bu5 zhu4
Taiwan sha pu chu
Chinese unable to brake (stop)

剎住


刹住

see styles
Mandarin shā zhù / sha1 zhu4
Taiwan sha chu
Chinese to stop; to come to a halt

剎把


刹把

see styles
Mandarin shā/ sha1 ba3
Taiwan sha pa
Chinese brake lever; crank handle for stopping or turning off machinery

剎車


刹车

see styles
Mandarin shā chē / sha1 che1
Taiwan sha ch`e / sha che
Chinese to brake (when driving); to stop; to switch off; to check (bad habits); a brake

剎車燈


刹车灯

see styles
Mandarin shā chē dēng / sha1 che1 deng1
Taiwan sha ch`e teng / sha che teng
Chinese brake light

加沙

see styles
Mandarin jiā shā / jia1 sha1
Taiwan chia sha
Japanese kasha
Chinese Gaza; same as 加沙地帶|加沙地带[Jia1 sha1 di4 dai4], the Gaza strip
迦沙; 袈裟 kaṣāya, a colour composed of red and yellow, i. e. brown, described as a mixed colour, but 加沙野 is defined as 赤 red.

加沙野

see styles
Mandarin jiā shā yě / jia1 sha1 ye3
Taiwan chia sha yeh
Japanese keshaya
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

劫殺


劫杀

see styles
Mandarin jié shā / jie2 sha1
Taiwan chieh sha
Chinese to rob and kill

勃沙

see styles
Mandarinshā / bo2 sha1
Taiwan po sha
Japanese botsusha
弗沙 puṣya; foam; a lunar mansion, i.e. the three arrow stars in the 鬼 constellation of which ? Cancri is one.

勒殺


勒杀

see styles
Mandarin lēi shā / lei1 sha1
Taiwan lei sha
Chinese to strangle

勒沙

see styles
Mandarin lēi shā / lei1 sha1
Taiwan lei sha
Japanese rokusha
lākṣā, lac; a reddish colour, probably cochineal; (Skt. lākṣā)

勒沙婆

see styles
Mandarin lēi shā pó / lei1 sha1 po2
Taiwan lei sha p`o / lei sha po
Japanese Rokushaba
Ṛṣabha, described as one of three famous ṛṣi, before the days of Śākyamuni, of the Nirgrantha type of naked ascetics.

半娜裟

see styles
Mandarin bàn nuó shā / ban4 nuo2 sha1
Taiwan pan no sha
Japanese handasa
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

南沙

see styles
Mandarin nán shā / nan2 sha1
Taiwan nan sha
Japanese nansa / なんさ    namisa / なみさ    nazuna / なずな    nasa / なさ
Chinese Nansha Islands; Spratly Islands; Nansha district of Guangzhou city 廣州市|广州市[Guang3 zhou1 shi4], Guangdong
Japanese (place-name) Nansa; (female given name) Namisa; (female given name) Nazuna; (female given name) Nasa

南沙區


南沙区

see styles
Mandarin nán shā qū / nan2 sha1 qu1
Taiwan nan sha ch`ü / nan sha chü
Chinese Nansha district of Guangzhou city 廣州市|广州市[Guang3 zhou1 shi4], Guangdong

卡秋莎

see styles
Mandarin kǎ qiū shā / ka3 qiu1 sha1
Taiwan k`a ch`iu sha / ka chiu sha
Chinese Katyusha (name); name of a Russian wartime song; nickname of a rocket launcher used by the Red Army in WWII; also written 喀秋莎

口業殺


口业杀

see styles
Mandarin kǒu yè shā / kou3 ye4 sha1
Taiwan k`ou yeh sha / kou yeh sha
Japanese kugōsetsu
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

叻沙

see styles
Mandarinshā / le4 sha1
Taiwan le sha
Chinese laksa, spicy noodle soup of Southeast Asia

合殺


合杀

see styles
Mandarinshā / he2 sha1
Taiwan ho sha
Japanese gōsatsu
The closing note of a chant or song; bring to an end.

含沙量

see styles
Mandarin hán shā liàng / han2 sha1 liang4
Taiwan han sha liang
Chinese sand content; quantity of sediment (carried by a river)

呪殺


呪杀

see styles
Mandarin zhòu shā / zhou4 sha1
Taiwan chou sha
Japanese jusatsu / じゅさつ
Japanese (noun/participle) (See 呪い殺す) deadly curse
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

咒殺


咒杀

see styles
Mandarin zhòu shā / zhou4 sha1
Taiwan chou sha
Japanese jusetsu
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

哇沙比

see styles
Mandarinshā/ wa1 sha1 bi3
Taiwan wa sha pi
Chinese wasabi (loanword) (Tw)

哇沙米

see styles
Mandarinshā/ wa1 sha1 mi3
Taiwan wa sha mi
Chinese wasabi (loanword) (Tw)

see styles
Mandarin shǎ / sha3
Taiwan sha
Chinese to speak evil; gobbling sound made by ducks

see styles
Mandarin shá / sha2
Taiwan sha
Chinese dialectal equivalent of 什麼|什么[shen2 me5]

喀秋莎

see styles
Mandarin kā qiū shā / ka1 qiu1 sha1
Taiwan k`a ch`iu sha / ka chiu sha
Chinese Katyusha (name); name of a Russian wartime song; nickname of a rocket launcher used by the Red Army in WWII

喇沙

see styles
Mandarinshā / la3 sha1
Taiwan la sha
Chinese laksa, spicy noodle soup of Southeast Asia; La Salle (used in the names of schools etc); Jean-Baptiste de La Salle (1651-1719), French priest, founder of the Brothers of the Christian Schools

喉痧

see styles
Mandarin hóu shā / hou2 sha1
Taiwan hou sha
Chinese scarlet fever

see styles
Mandarin shà // á / sha4 // a2
Taiwan sha
Chinese hoarse; variant of 啊[a2]

嘸啥


呒啥

see styles
Mandarin m shá / m2 sha2
Taiwan m sha
Chinese dialectal equivalent of 沒甚麼|没什么[mei2 shen2 me5]

噴砂


喷砂

see styles
Mandarin pēn shā / pen1 sha1
Taiwan p`en sha / pen sha
Chinese sandblasting; abrasive blasting

嚇傻


吓傻

see styles
Mandarin xià shǎ / xia4 sha3
Taiwan hsia sha
Chinese to terrify; to scare sb

坑殺


坑杀

see styles
Mandarin kēng shā / keng1 sha1
Taiwan k`eng sha / keng sha
Chinese to bury alive; to ensnare

報沙


报沙

see styles
Mandarin bào shā / bao4 sha1
Taiwan pao sha
Japanese Hōsha
Pauṣa, the first of the three Indian winter months, from the 16th of the 10th Chinese month.

塵刹


尘刹

see styles
Mandarin chén shā / chen2 sha1
Taiwan ch`en sha / chen sha
Japanese jinsetsu
guṇakṣetra, 'field of qualities,' certain sins; lands like dust-motes

塵沙


尘沙

see styles
Mandarin chén shā / chen2 sha1
Taiwan ch`en sha / chen sha
Japanese jinja
Dust and sand, i.e. numberless as the atoms. Tiantai uses the term as one of the three illusions, i.e. the trial of the bodhisattva in facing the vast amount of detail in knowledge and operation required for his task of saving the world.

塵沙垢


尘沙垢

see styles
Mandarin chén shā gòu / chen2 sha1 gou4
Taiwan ch`en sha kou / chen sha kou
Japanese jinja ku
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

塵沙怖


尘沙怖

see styles
Mandarin chén shā bù / chen2 sha1 bu4
Taiwan ch`en sha pu / chen sha pu
Japanese jinja fu
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

塵沙惑


尘沙惑

see styles
Mandarin chén shā huò / chen2 sha1 huo4
Taiwan ch`en sha huo / chen sha huo
Japanese jinja waku
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

塵沙苦


尘沙苦

see styles
Mandarin chén shā kǔ / chen2 sha1 ku3
Taiwan ch`en sha k`u / chen sha ku
Japanese jinja ku
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

塵沙障


尘沙障

see styles
Mandarin chén shā zhàng / chen2 sha1 zhang4
Taiwan ch`en sha chang / chen sha chang
Japanese jinja shō
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

壓沙油


压沙油

see styles
Mandarinshā yóu / ya1 sha1 you2
Taiwan ya sha yu
Japanese yōshayu
To press oil out of sand, impossible.

大婆沙

see styles
Mandarin dà pó shā / da4 po2 sha1
Taiwan ta p`o sha / ta po sha
Japanese Daibasha
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

大屠殺


大屠杀

see styles
Mandarin dà tú shā / da4 tu2 sha1
Taiwan ta t`u sha / ta tu sha
Chinese massacre; Holocaust

大廈


大厦

see styles
Mandarinshà / da4 sha4
Taiwan ta sha
Chinese large building; edifice; mansion; CL:座[zuo4]

大沙河

see styles
Mandarinshā/ da4 sha1 he2
Taiwan ta sha ho
Chinese Dasha River in Shanxi; Dasha River in Jiangsu

大沙錐


大沙锥

see styles
Mandarinshā zhuī / da4 sha1 zhui1
Taiwan ta sha chui
Chinese (bird species of China) Swinhoe's snipe (Gallinago megala)

大沙門


大沙门

see styles
Mandarinshā mén / da4 sha1 men2
Taiwan ta sha men
Japanese dai shamon
mahāśramaņa. The great shaman, i.e. Buddha; also any bhikṣu in full orders; great monk

大白鯊


大白鲨

see styles
Mandarin dà bái shā / da4 bai2 sha1
Taiwan ta pai sha
Chinese great white shark (Carcharodon carcharias)

大袈裟

see styles
Mandarin dà jiā shā / da4 jia1 sha1
Taiwan ta chia sha
Japanese oo gesa / おおげさ
Japanese (noun or adjectival noun) grandiose; exaggerated
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

天殺的


天杀的

see styles
Mandarin tiān shā de / tian1 sha1 de5
Taiwan t`ien sha te / tien sha te
Chinese Goddam!; goddamn; wretched

如恆沙


如恒沙

see styles
Mandarin rú héng shā / ru2 heng2 sha1
Taiwan ju heng sha
Japanese nyo gōsha
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

姥鯊


姥鲨

see styles
Mandarin lǎo shā / lao3 sha1
Taiwan lao sha
Chinese basking shark (Cetorhinus maximus)

姦殺


奸杀

see styles
Mandarin jiān shā / jian1 sha1
Taiwan chien sha
Chinese to rape and murder

婆沙

see styles
Mandarinshā / po2 sha1
Taiwan p`o sha / po sha
Japanese Basha
v. 毘 Vibhāṣā.

婆沙會


婆沙会

see styles
Mandarinshā huì / po2 sha1 hui4
Taiwan p`o sha hui / po sha hui
Japanese basha e
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

婆沙波

see styles
Mandarinshā/ po2 sha1 bo1
Taiwan p`o sha po / po sha po
Japanese Bashaha
婆敷 Bāṣpa, v. 婆師波.

婆沙論


婆沙论

see styles
Mandarinshā lùn / po2 sha1 lun4
Taiwan p`o sha lun / po sha lun
Japanese Basharon
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

婆頗裟


婆颇裟

see styles
Mandarin pó pō shā / po2 po1 sha1
Taiwan p`o p`o sha / po po sha
Japanese bahasa
prabhāsa, light, bright.

婚紗


婚纱

see styles
Mandarin hūn shā / hun1 sha1
Taiwan hun sha
Chinese wedding dress; CL:身[shen1]

孤沙錐


孤沙锥

see styles
Mandarinshā zhuī / gu1 sha1 zhui1
Taiwan ku sha chui
Chinese (bird species of China) solitary snipe (Gallinago solitaria)

宰殺


宰杀

see styles
Mandarin zǎi shā / zai3 sha1
Taiwan tsai sha
Chinese to slaughter; to butcher; to put down

富樓沙


富楼沙

see styles
Mandarin fù lóu shā / fu4 lou2 sha1
Taiwan fu lou sha
Japanese furōsha
puruṣa, v. 布; a man, mankind. Man personified as Nārāyaṇa; the soul and source of the universe; soul. Explained by 神我 the spiritual self; the ātman whose characteristic is thought, and which produces, through successive modifications, all forms of existence.

富沙

see styles
Mandarinshā / fu4 sha1
Taiwan fu sha
Japanese fusa / ふさ
Japanese (female given name) Fusa
Puṣya. An ancient ṛṣi. A constellation, v. 弗.

寶刹


宝刹

see styles
Mandarin bǎo shā / bao3 sha1
Taiwan pao sha
Japanese hōsetsu
The precious kṣetra, or Buddha-realm; a monastery; realm of treasure

封殺


封杀

see styles
Mandarin fēng shā / feng1 sha1
Taiwan feng sha
Japanese fuusatsu / fusatsu / ふうさつ
Chinese to shut out; to block; to smother
Japanese (noun/participle) (1) suppression (e.g. free speech); (2) {baseb} forceout

射殺


射杀

see styles
Mandarin shè shā / she4 sha1
Taiwan she sha
Japanese shasatsu / しゃさつ
Chinese to shoot dead (with a gun, or bow and arrow)
Japanese (noun/participle) shooting to death

尖沙咀

see styles
Mandarin jiān shā zuǐ / jian1 sha1 zui3
Taiwan chien sha tsui
Chinese Tsim Sha Tsui, urbanized area in Hong Kong

尸利沙

see styles
Mandarin shī lì shā / shi1 li4 sha1
Taiwan shih li sha
Japanese shirisha
尸利灑; 舍利沙; 夜合樹 śirīṣa. acacia sirissa. The marriage tree 合婚樹. The 尸利沙 is described as with large leaves and fruit; another kind the 尸利駛 with small leaves and fruit. Also called 沙羅樹.

尼沙陀

see styles
Mandarinshā tuó / ni2 sha1 tuo2
Taiwan ni sha t`o / ni sha to
Japanese nishada
Upaniṣad, v. 鄥.

屛莎

see styles
Mandarin píng shā / ping2 sha1
Taiwan p`ing sha / ping sha
Japanese Heisha
Bimbisāra, v. 苹.

屠殺


屠杀

see styles
Mandarinshā / tu2 sha1
Taiwan t`u sha / tu sha
Japanese tosatsu / とさつ
Chinese to massacre; massacre; bloodbath; carnage
Japanese (noun/participle) (sensitive word) slaughter (of animals for meat)

屠殺者


屠杀者

see styles
Mandarinshā zhě / tu2 sha1 zhe3
Taiwan t`u sha che / tu sha che
Chinese killer; butcher

崖沙燕

see styles
Mandarinshā yàn / ya2 sha1 yan4
Taiwan ya sha yen
Chinese (bird species of China) sand martin (Riparia riparia)

川沙

see styles
Mandarin chuān shā / chuan1 sha1
Taiwan ch`uan sha / chuan sha
Chinese Chuansha, name of street and park in Pudong New District 浦東新區|浦东新区[Pu3 dong1 xin1 qu1], Shanghai

巨牙鯊


巨牙鲨

see styles
Mandarin jù yá shā / ju4 ya2 sha1
Taiwan chü ya sha
Chinese megalodon (Carcharodon megalodon)

巨齒鯊


巨齿鲨

see styles
Mandarin jù chǐ shā / ju4 chi3 sha1
Taiwan chü ch`ih sha / chü chih sha
Chinese see 巨牙鯊|巨牙鲨[ju4 ya2 sha1]

巴剎


巴刹

see styles
Mandarinshā / ba1 sha1
Taiwan pa sha
Chinese bazaar (loanword); Taiwan pr. [ba1 cha4]

布嚕沙


布噜沙

see styles
Mandarin bù lū shā / bu4 lu1 sha1
Taiwan pu lu sha
Japanese furosha
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

布路沙

see styles
Mandarin bù lù shā / bu4 lu4 sha1
Taiwan pu lu sha
Japanese furosha
puruṣa, 布嚕沙; 補盧沙 man, mankind, a man, Man as Nārayāṇa the soul and origin of the universe, the soul, the Soul, Supreme Being, God, see M. W.; intp. as 人 and 丈夫 man, and an adult man, also by 士夫 master or educated man, 'explained by 神我, literally the spiritual self. A metaphysical term; the spirit which together with nature (自性 svabhāva), through the successive modifications (轉變) of guṇa (求那 attributes or qualities), or the active principles (作者), produces all forms of existence (作一切物). ' Eitel.

帝沙

see styles
Mandarinshā / di4 sha1
Taiwan ti sha
Japanese teisa / tesa / ていさ
Japanese (female given name) Teisa
Tiṣya; an ancient Buddha; also the father of Śāriputra.

帝沙佛

see styles
Mandarinshā/ di4 sha1 fo2
Taiwan ti sha fo
Japanese Teisha Butsu
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

see styles
Mandarin shà // qiè / sha4 // qie4
Taiwan sha // ch`ieh / sha // chieh
Chinese kerchief covering head (arch.); man's headband (arch.)

帹暆

see styles
Mandarin shà/ sha4 yi2
Taiwan sha i
Chinese kerchief covering head (arch.)

平袈裟

see styles
Mandarin píng jiā shā / ping2 jia1 sha1
Taiwan p`ing chia sha / ping chia sha
Japanese hira kesa
A one-coloured robe of seven pieces; one-colored robe

幹啥


干啥

see styles
Mandarin gàn shá / gan4 sha2
Taiwan kan sha
Chinese do what?

底沙

see styles
Mandarinshā / di3 sha1
Taiwan ti sha
Japanese Teisha
Tiṣya. (1) The twenty-third of the twenty-eight constellations 鬼宿 γδηθ in Cancer; it has connection with Śiva. (2) Name of a Buddha who taught Śākyamuni and Maitreya in a former incarnation.

底沙佛

see styles
Mandarinshā/ di3 sha1 fo2
Taiwan ti sha fo
Japanese Teisha Butsu
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition


see styles
Mandarin shà // xià / sha4 // xia4
Taiwan sha // hsia
Japanese hisashi / ひさし
Chinese tall building; mansion; rear annex; lean-to; also pr. [xia4]; abbr. for Xiamen or Amoy 廈門|厦门[Xia4 men2], Fujian
Japanese (given name) Hisashi

廖沫沙

see styles
Mandarin liào mò shā / liao4 mo4 sha1
Taiwan liao mo sha
Chinese Liao Mosha (1907-1990), journalist and communist propagandist, severely criticized and imprisoned for 10 years during the Cultural Revolution

廝殺


厮杀

see styles
Mandarinshā / si1 sha1
Taiwan ssu sha
Chinese to fight at close quarters; hand-to-hand

弗沙

see styles
Mandarinshā / fu2 sha1
Taiwan fu sha
Japanese hoッsha
勃沙 or 富沙 or 逋v or 補沙; puṣya; 'the sixth (or in later times the eighth) Nakshatra or lunar mansion, also called Tishya. ' M. W. 底沙. It is the 鬼 group Cancer γδηθ, the 23rd of the Chinese twenty-eight stellar mansions. Name of an ancient Buddha.

弗沙佛

see styles
Mandarinshā/ fu2 sha1 fu2
Taiwan fu sha fu
Japanese Fusha butsu
idem 底沙佛; Tiṣya

弗沙王

see styles
Mandarinshā wáng / fu2 sha1 wang2
Taiwan fu sha wang
Vatsarāja. King Vatsa, idem Udayana, v. 優塡. The 弗沙迦王經 is another name for the 萍沙王五願經.

彌沙塞


弥沙塞

see styles
Mandarinshā 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.

急剎車


急刹车

see styles
Mandarinshā chē / ji2 sha1 che1
Taiwan chi sha ch`e / chi sha che
Chinese emergency braking

恆伽沙


恒伽沙

see styles
Mandarin héng qié shā / heng2 qie2 sha1
Taiwan heng ch`ieh sha / heng chieh sha
Japanese gōgasha
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

恆沙


恒沙

see styles
Mandarin héng shā / heng2 sha1
Taiwan heng sha
Japanese goja
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

恆沙惑


恒沙惑

see styles
Mandarin héng shā huò / heng2 sha1 huo4
Taiwan heng sha huo
Japanese gōsha waku
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

恆河沙


恒河沙

see styles
Mandarin héng hé shā / heng2 he2 sha1
Taiwan heng ho sha
Japanese gogasha
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

恆邊沙


恒边沙

see styles
Mandarin héng biān shā / heng2 bian1 sha1
Taiwan heng pien sha
Japanese gōhen sha
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

恒伽沙

see styles
Mandarin héng jiā shā / heng2 jia1 sha1
Taiwan heng chia sha
more commonly 恒沙 gaṅgā-nadī-vālukā; as the sands of Ganges, numberless.

悟刹

see styles
Mandarinshā / wu4 sha1
Taiwan wu sha
Japanese gosetsu
The kṣetra or land of perception or enlightenment; realm of enlightenment

情殺


情杀

see styles
Mandarin qíng shā / qing2 sha1
Taiwan ch`ing sha / ching sha
Chinese murder as a crime of passion

惡殺


恶杀

see styles
Mandarin è shā / e4 sha1
Taiwan o sha
Japanese akusetsu
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

惡煞


恶煞

see styles
Mandarin è shà / e4 sha4
Taiwan o sha
Chinese demon; fiend

意業殺


意业杀

see styles
Mandarin yì yè shā / yi4 ye4 sha1
Taiwan i yeh sha
Japanese igōsatsu
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

慘殺


惨杀

see styles
Mandarin cǎn shā / can3 sha1
Taiwan ts`an sha / tsan sha
Chinese to slaughter; to kill mercilessly

手剎車


手刹车

see styles
Mandarin shǒu shā chē / shou3 sha1 che1
Taiwan shou sha ch`e / shou sha che
Chinese handbrake

打殺


打杀

see styles
Mandarinshā / da3 sha1
Taiwan ta sha
Chinese to kill

扣殺


扣杀

see styles
Mandarin kòu shā / kou4 sha1
Taiwan k`ou sha / kou sha
Chinese to smash a ball; to spike

扼殺


扼杀

see styles
Mandarin è shā / e4 sha1
Taiwan o sha
Japanese yakusatsu / やくさつ
Chinese to strangle; to throttle
Japanese (noun/participle) strangulation

投殺


投杀

see styles
Mandarin tóu shā / tou2 sha1
Taiwan t`ou sha / tou sha
Chinese (sports) (cricket) to bowl a batsman out

折殺


折杀

see styles
Mandarin zhé shā / zhe2 sha1
Taiwan che sha
Chinese to not deserve (one's good fortune etc)

折煞

see styles
Mandarin zhé shā / zhe2 sha1
Taiwan che sha
Chinese variant of 折殺|折杀[zhe2 sha1]

抹殺


抹杀

see styles
Mandarinshā / mo3 sha1
Taiwan mo sha
Japanese massatsu / まっさつ
Chinese to erase; to cover traces; to obliterate evidence; to expunge; to blot out; to suppress
Japanese (noun/participle) erasure; denial; obliteration; ignoring (an opinion)

抹煞

see styles
Mandarinshā / mo3 sha1
Taiwan mo sha
Chinese variant of 抹殺|抹杀[mo3 sha1]

押沙龍


押沙龙

see styles
Mandarinshā lóng / ya1 sha1 long2
Taiwan ya sha lung
Chinese Absalom, third son of David, king of Israel (Old Testament)

拘沙

see styles
Mandarinshā / ju1 sha1
Taiwan chü sha
Japanese kusha
A branch of the Yüeh-chih people, v. 月; Jusha

拘流沙

see styles
Mandarin jū liú shā / ju1 liu2 sha1
Taiwan chü liu sha
Japanese Kurusha
Kuru, the country where Buddha is said to have delivered the sutra 長阿合大緣方便經.

拼殺


拼杀

see styles
Mandarin pīn shā / pin1 sha1
Taiwan p`in sha / pin sha
Chinese to grapple (with the enemy); to fight at the risk of one's life

捕殺


捕杀

see styles
Mandarinshā / bu3 sha1
Taiwan pu sha
Japanese hosatsu / ほさつ
Chinese to hunt and kill (an animal or fish)
Japanese (noun/participle) catching and killing

捧殺


捧杀

see styles
Mandarin pěng shā / peng3 sha1
Taiwan p`eng sha / peng sha
Chinese to praise sb in a way that puts them at a disadvantage

採砂場


采砂场

see styles
Mandarin cǎi shā chǎng / cai3 sha1 chang3
Taiwan ts`ai sha ch`ang / tsai sha chang
Chinese sandpit; sand quarry

掩殺


掩杀

see styles
Mandarin yǎn shā / yan3 sha1
Taiwan yen sha
Chinese to make a surprise attack; to pounce on (an enemy)

提鞞沙

see styles
Mandarin tí bǐng shā / ti2 bing3 sha1
Taiwan t`i ping sha / ti ping sha
Japanese daihisha
dveṣa, hatred, dislike, enmity, one of the 三毒 three poisons.

揪痧

see styles
Mandarin jiū shā / jiu1 sha1
Taiwan chiu sha
Chinese folk remedy involving repeatedly pinching the neck, throat, back etc to increase blood flow to the area and relieve inflammation

搏殺


搏杀

see styles
Mandarinshā / bo2 sha1
Taiwan po sha
Chinese fighting; killing

搭袈裟

see styles
Mandarin dā jiā shā / da1 jia1 sha1
Taiwan ta chia sha
Japanese takkeki
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

摩奴沙

see styles
Mandarin mó nú shā / mo2 nu2 sha1
Taiwan mo nu sha
Japanese manusha
(or 摩奴闍), v. 末奴沙 manuṣya, mānuṣa, man, any rational being; (Skt. manuṣya)

摩沙

see styles
Mandarinshā / mo2 sha1
Taiwan mo sha
Japanese masha
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

摩沙羅


摩沙罗

see styles
Mandarinshā luō / mo2 sha1 luo1
Taiwan mo sha lo
Japanese mashara
musāra-galva, v. 牟; (Skt. musāra-galva)

摶沙


抟沙

see styles
Mandarin tuán shā / tuan2 sha1
Taiwan t`uan sha / tuan sha
Chinese lacking in cohesion and unity of purpose

撲殺


扑杀

see styles
Mandarinshā / pu1 sha1
Taiwan p`u sha / pu sha
Japanese bokusatsu / ぼくさつ
Chinese to kill; to cull
Japanese (noun/participle) beat to death

故殺


故杀

see styles
Mandarinshā / gu4 sha1
Taiwan ku sha
Japanese kosatsu / こさつ
Chinese premeditated murder
Japanese (noun/participle) manslaughter
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

教人殺


教人杀

see styles
Mandarin jiào rén shā / jiao4 ren2 sha1
Taiwan chiao jen sha
Japanese kyōninsetsu
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

散沙

see styles
Mandarin sǎn shā / san3 sha1
Taiwan san sha
Chinese scattered sand; fig. lacking in cohesion or organization

敵殺死


敌杀死

see styles
Mandarinshā/ di2 sha1 si3
Taiwan ti sha ssu
Chinese Decis (insecticide brand)

斬殺


斩杀

see styles
Mandarin zhǎn shā / zhan3 sha1
Taiwan chan sha
Japanese zansatsu / ざんさつ
Chinese to behead
Japanese (noun/participle) putting to the sword

方便殺


方便杀

see styles
Mandarin fāng biàn shā / fang1 bian4 sha1
Taiwan fang pien sha
Japanese hōbensetsu
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

方便煞

see styles
Mandarin fāng biàn shà / fang1 bian4 sha4
Taiwan fang pien sha
Japanese hōbensetsu
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

普莎

see styles
Mandarinshā / pu3 sha1
Taiwan p`u sha / pu sha
Japanese Fusha
Puṣya, the asterism Tiṣya, and the month Pauṣa; blossom, form, scum; but intp. as 吉祥 auspicious.

暗殺


暗杀

see styles
Mandarin àn shā / an4 sha1
Taiwan an sha
Japanese ansatsu / あんさつ
Chinese to assassinate
Japanese (noun/participle) assassination

曼殊沙

see styles
Mandarin màn shū shā / man4 shu1 sha1
Taiwan man shu sha
Japanese manjusha
曼殊顏 mañjūṣaka, the "Rubia cordifolia, the roots of which yield the madder of Bengal called Munjeeth", Eitel; mañjūṣaka

末奴沙

see styles
Mandarin mò nú shā / mo4 nu2 sha1
Taiwan mo nu sha
Japanese manusha
mānuṣa, manuṣya; 摩奴娑 (or 摩努娑); 摩奴闍 (or 摩奴曬); 摩努史; 摩?沙 (or 摩?賖, or 摩?奢, or 摩舍喃); 摩?; 摩拏赦 man, human, intp. by 人 and man and mind or intelligence; (Skt. manuṣya)

朱砂

see styles
Mandarin zhū shā / zhu1 sha1
Taiwan chu sha
Chinese cinnabar; mercuric sulfide HgS; also written 硃砂|朱砂[zhu1 sha1]

林沙錐

see styles
Mandarin lín shā zhuī / lin2 sha1 zhui1
Taiwan lin sha chui
Chinese (bird species of China) wood snipe (Gallinago nemoricola)

格涅沙

see styles
Mandarin gé niè shā / ge2 nie4 sha1
Taiwan ko nieh sha
Chinese Ganesha (the elephant-headed God in Hinduism, son of Shiva and Parvati)

梵刹

see styles
Mandarin fàn shā / fan4 sha1
Taiwan fan sha
Japanese bonsatsu;bonsetsu / ぼんさつ;ぼんせつ
Japanese temple
brahmakṣetra, Buddha-land; a name for a Buddhist: monastery, i.e. a place of purity; to place of purity

棉紗

see styles
Mandarin mián shā / mian2 sha1
Taiwan mien sha
Chinese cotton yarn

棒殺

see styles
Mandarin bàng shā / bang4 sha1
Taiwan pang sha
Chinese pushing sb to failure by excessive criticism

槍殺

see styles
Mandarin qiāng shā / qiang1 sha1
Taiwan ch`iang sha / chiang sha
Chinese to shoot dead

see styles
Mandarin shā / sha1
Taiwan sha
Chinese Zanthoxylum ailanthoides

欲殺


欲杀

see styles
Mandarinshā / yu4 sha1
Taiwansha
Japanese yoku setsu
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

see styles
Mandarin shà / sha4
Taiwan sha
Chinese to drink

歃血

see styles
Mandarin shà xuè / sha4 xue4
Taiwan sha hsüeh
Chinese to smear one's lips with the blood of a sacrifice as a means of pledging allegiance (old)

殘殺

see styles
Mandarin cán shā / can2 sha1
Taiwan ts`an sha / tsan sha
Chinese to massacre; to slaughter

殘殺者

see styles
Mandarin cán shā zhě / can2 sha1 zhe3
Taiwan ts`an sha che / tsan sha che
Chinese killer; butcher; slaughterer


see styles
Mandarin shā / sha1
Taiwan sha
Japanese satsu / さつ    ayame / あやめ
Chinese to kill; to murder; to attack; to weaken or reduce; to smart (dialect); (used after a verb) extremely
Japanese (female given name) Satsu; (female given name) Ayame
To kill, cut down, cut off.

殺人


杀人

see styles
Mandarin shā rén / sha1 ren2
Taiwan sha jen
Japanese satsujin / さつじん
Chinese homicide; to murder; to kill (a person)
Japanese (noun - becomes adjective with の) murder
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

殺人案

see styles
Mandarin shā rén àn / sha1 ren2 an4
Taiwan sha jen an
Chinese murder case; homicide case

殺人犯

see styles
Mandarin shā rén fàn / sha1 ren2 fan4
Taiwan sha jen fan
Japanese satsujinhan / さつじんはん
Chinese murderer; homicide
Japanese murderer

殺人狂

see styles
Mandarin shā rén kuáng / sha1 ren2 kuang2
Taiwan sha jen k`uang / sha jen kuang
Japanese satsujinkyou / satsujinkyo / さつじんきょう
Chinese homicidal maniac
Japanese homicidal maniac

殺人鯨

see styles
Mandarin shā rén jīng / sha1 ren2 jing1
Taiwan sha jen ching
Chinese killer whale (Orcinus orca)

殺傷

see styles
Mandarin shā shāng / sha1 shang1
Taiwan sha shang
Japanese sasshou / sassho / さっしょう
Chinese to kill or injure
Japanese (noun/participle) killing and wounding; casualties; bloodshed

殺傷力

see styles
Mandarin shā shāng lì / sha1 shang1 li4
Taiwan sha shang li
Chinese destructive power; harmfulness

殺價

see styles
Mandarin shā jià / sha1 jia4
Taiwan sha chia
Chinese to beat down the price; to haggle; to slash one's prices

殺具


杀具

see styles
Mandarin shā/ sha1 ju4
Taiwan sha chü
Japanese setsugu
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

殺和尚


杀和尚

see styles
Mandarin shā hé shàng / sha1 he2 shang4
Taiwan sha ho shang
Japanese satsuwashō
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

殺嬰

see styles
Mandarin shā yīng / sha1 ying1
Taiwan sha ying
Chinese infanticide

殺害


杀害

see styles
Mandarin shā hài / sha1 hai4
Taiwan sha hai
Japanese satsugai(p);setsugai(ok);sechigai(ok) / さつがい(P);せつがい(ok);せちがい(ok)
Chinese to murder
Japanese (noun/participle) killing; murder
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

殺戒


杀戒

see styles
Mandarin shā jiè / sha1 jie4
Taiwan sha chieh
Japanese sekkai
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

殺戮


杀戮

see styles
Mandarin shā/ sha1 lu4
Taiwan sha lu
Japanese setsuroku / さつりく
Chinese to massacre; to slaughter
Japanese (noun/participle) slaughter; massacre
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

殺手

see styles
Mandarin shā shǒu / sha1 shou3
Taiwan sha shou
Chinese killer; murderer; hit man; (sports) formidable player

殺手鐧

see styles
Mandarin shā shǒu jiǎn / sha1 shou3 jian3
Taiwan sha shou chien
Chinese (fig.) trump card

殺掉

see styles
Mandarin shā diào / sha1 diao4
Taiwan sha tiao
Chinese to kill

殺敵

see styles
Mandarin shā/ sha1 di2
Taiwan sha ti
Chinese to attack the enemy

殺業


杀业

see styles
Mandarin shā/ sha1 ye4
Taiwan sha yeh
Japanese setsugō
The karma resulting from killing; deed of killing

殺機

see styles
Mandarin shā/ sha1 ji1
Taiwan sha chi
Chinese desire to commit murder; great danger

殺死

see styles
Mandarin shā/ sha1 si3
Taiwan sha ssu
Chinese to kill

殺母


杀母

see styles
Mandarin shā/ sha1 mu3
Taiwan sha mu
Japanese satsumo
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

殺毒


杀毒

see styles
Mandarin shā/ sha1 du2
Taiwan sha tu
Japanese setsudoku
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

殺氣

see styles
Mandarin shā/ sha1 qi4
Taiwan sha ch`i / sha chi
Chinese murderous spirit; aura of death; to vent one's anger

殺滅

see styles
Mandarin shā miè / sha1 mie4
Taiwan sha mieh
Chinese to exterminate

殺熟

see styles
Mandarin shā shú / sha1 shu2
Taiwan sha shu
Chinese to swindle associates, friends or relatives

殺父


杀父

see styles
Mandarin shā/ sha1 fu4
Taiwan sha fu
Japanese seppu
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

殺父母


杀父母

see styles
Mandarin shā fù mǔ / sha1 fu4 mu3
Taiwan sha fu mu
Japanese setsu bumo
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

殺球

see styles
Mandarin shā qiú / sha1 qiu2
Taiwan sha ch`iu / sha chiu
Chinese to spike the ball (volleyball etc); to smash (tennis etc)

殺生


杀生

see styles
Mandarin shā shēng / sha1 sheng1
Taiwan sha sheng
Japanese setsuna / せつな
Chinese to take the life of a living creature
Japanese (noun/participle) (1) killing; destruction of life; (adjectival noun) (2) barbarous; callous; brutal; cruel; (female given name) Setsuna
To take life, kill the living, or any conscious being; the taking of human life offends against the major commands, of animal life against the less stringent commands. Suicide also leads to severe penalties; taking of life

殺生具


杀生具

see styles
Mandarin shā shēng jù / sha1 sheng1 ju4
Taiwan sha sheng chü
Japanese sesshōgu
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

殺生戒


杀生戒

see styles
Mandarin shā shēng jiè / sha1 sheng1 jie4
Taiwan sha sheng chieh
Japanese sesshō kai
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

殺畜生


杀畜生

see styles
Mandarin shā chù shēng / sha1 chu4 sheng1
Taiwan sha ch`u sheng / sha chu sheng
Japanese setsu chikushō
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

殺真菌

see styles
Mandarin shā zhēn jun / sha1 zhen1 jun1
Taiwan sha chen chün
Chinese fungicidal; to have a fungicidal effect

殺絕

see styles
Mandarin shā jué / sha1 jue2
Taiwan sha chüeh
Chinese to exterminate

殺縛


杀缚

see styles
Mandarin shā/ sha1 fu2
Taiwan sha fu
Japanese satsubaku
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

殺羊


杀羊

see styles
Mandarin shā yáng / sha1 yang2
Taiwan sha yang
Japanese setsuyō
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

殺者


杀者

see styles
Mandarin shā zhě / sha1 zhe3
Taiwan sha che
Japanese sassha
The murderer, a name for Māra; slayer

殺聖人


杀圣人

see styles
Mandarin shā shèng rén / sha1 sheng4 ren2
Taiwan sha sheng jen
Japanese satsu shōjin
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

殺草快

see styles
Mandarin shā cǎo kuài / sha1 cao3 kuai4
Taiwan sha ts`ao k`uai / sha tsao kuai
Chinese diquat

殺菌

see styles
Mandarin shā jun / sha1 jun1
Taiwan sha chün
Japanese sakkin / さっきん
Chinese disinfectant; to disinfect
Japanese (n,vs,adj-no) sterilization; sterilisation; disinfection

殺菌劑

see styles
Mandarin shā jun jì / sha1 jun1 ji4
Taiwan sha chün chi
Chinese a disinfectant

殺螺劑

see styles
Mandarin shā luó jì / sha1 luo2 ji4
Taiwan sha lo chi
Chinese snail poison

殺蟲

see styles
Mandarin shā chóng / sha1 chong2
Taiwan sha ch`ung / sha chung
Chinese insecticide

殺蟲劑

see styles
Mandarin shā chóng jì / sha1 chong2 ji4
Taiwan sha ch`ung chi / sha chung chi
Chinese insecticide; pesticide

殺蟲藥

see styles
Mandarin shā chóng yào / sha1 chong2 yao4
Taiwan sha ch`ung yao / sha chung yao
Chinese insecticide

殺蠹藥

see styles
Mandarin shā dù yào / sha1 du4 yao4
Taiwan sha tu yao
Chinese mothicide

殺賊


杀贼

see styles
Mandarin shā zéi / sha1 zei2
Taiwan sha tsei
Japanese setsuzoku
Kṣīṇāsrava, thief-destroyer, i.e. conqueror of the passions, an arhat; killer of thieves

殺軟

see styles
Mandarin shā ruǎn / sha1 ruan3
Taiwan sha juan
Chinese antivirus software; abbr. for 殺毒軟件|杀毒软件[sha1 du2 ruan3 jian4]

殺進

see styles
Mandarin shā jìn / sha1 jin4
Taiwan sha chin
Chinese to storm (a city etc); to raid

殺青

see styles
Mandarin shā qīng / sha1 qing1
Taiwan sha ch`ing / sha ching
Chinese to put the last hand to (a book, a film etc); to finalize; to kill-green (a step in the processing of tea leaves)

殺頭

see styles
Mandarin shā tóu / sha1 tou2
Taiwan sha t`ou / sha tou
Chinese to behead

殺風景

see styles
Mandarin shā fēng jǐng / sha1 feng1 jing3
Taiwan sha feng ching
Japanese sappuukei / sappuke / さっぷうけい
Chinese variant of 煞風景|煞风景[sha1 feng1 jing3]
Japanese (noun or adjectival noun) tasteless; dreary; tastelessness

殺馬特

see styles
Mandarin shā mǎ tè / sha1 ma3 te4
Taiwan sha ma t`e / sha ma te
Chinese Chinese subculture of young urban migrants, usually of low education, with exaggerated hairstyles, heavy make-up, flamboyant costumes, piercings etc (loanword from "smart")

殺鬼


杀鬼

see styles
Mandarin shā guǐ / sha1 gui3
Taiwan sha kuei
Japanese satsuki / さつき    saki / さき
Japanese (female given name) Satsuki; (female given name) Saki
To slay demons; a ghost of the slain; a murderous demon; a metaphor for impermanence.

殺鼠藥

see styles
Mandarin shā shǔ yào / sha1 shu3 yao4
Taiwan sha shu yao
Chinese rat poison

毒殺

see styles
Mandarinshā / du2 sha1
Taiwan tu sha
Japanese dokusatsu / どくさつ
Chinese to kill by poisoning
Japanese (noun/participle) poisoning; kill by poison

毘婆沙


毗婆沙

see styles
Mandarin pí pó shā / pi2 po2 sha1
Taiwan p`i p`o sha / pi po sha
Japanese bibasha
vibhāṣā, option, alternative, tr. 廣解 wider interpretation, or 異說 different explanation. (1) The Vibhāṣā-śāstra, a philosophical treatise by Kātyāyanīputra, tr. by Saṅghabhūti A. D. 383. The Vaibhāṣikas 毘婆沙論師 were the followers of this realistic school, 'in Chinese texts mostly quoted under the name of Sarvāstivādaḥ.' Eitel. (2) A figure stated at several tens of thousands of millions. (3) Vipaśyin, v. 毘婆尸.

毘尸沙


毗尸沙

see styles
Mandarin pí shī shā / pi2 shi1 sha1
Taiwan p`i shih sha / pi shih sha
Japanese bishisha
viśeṣa, the doctrine of 'particularity or individual essence', i. e. the sui generis nature of the nine fundamental substances; it is the doctrine of the Vaiśeṣika school of philosophy founded by Kaṇāda.

毘沙拏


毗沙拿

see styles
Mandarinshā/ pi2 sha1 na2
Taiwan p`i sha na / pi sha na
Japanese bishana
viśāṇa, a horn. It is used for the single horn of the rhinoceros, as an epithet for a pratyekabuddha, v. 緣覺, whose aim is his own salvation.

毘沙門


毗沙门

see styles
Mandarinshā mén / pi2 sha1 men2
Taiwan p`i sha men / pi sha men
Japanese bishamon / びしゃもん
Japanese (place-name) Bishamon
(毘沙門天王) Vaiśravaṇa. Cf. 財 and 倶. One of the four mahārājas, guardian of the North, king of the yakṣas. Has the title 多聞; 普聞; universal or much hearing or learning, said to be so called because he heard the Buddha's preaching; but Vaiśravaṇa was son of Viśravas, which is from viśru, to be heard of far and wide, celebrated, and should be understood in this sense. Vaiśravaṇa is Kuvera, or Kubera, the Indian Pluto; originally a chief of evil spirits, afterwards the god of riches, and ruler of the northern quarter. Xuanzong built a temple to him in A. D. 753, since which he has been the god of wealth in China, and guardian at the entrance of Buddhist temples. In his right hand he often holds a banner or a lance, in his left a pearl or shrine, or a mongoose out of whose mouth jewels are pouring; under his feet are two demons. Colour, yellow.

毘耶裟


毗耶裟

see styles
Mandarin pí yé shā / pi2 ye2 sha1
Taiwan p`i yeh sha / pi yeh sha
Japanese Biyasa
Vyāsa, arranger, compiler; to distribute, diffuse, arrange; a sage reputed to be the compiler of the Vedas and founder of the Vedānta philosophy.

江河沙

see styles
Mandarin jiāng hé shā / jiang1 he2 sha1
Taiwan chiang ho sha
Japanese kōka sha
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

see styles
Mandarin shā / sha1
Taiwan sha
Japanese sha;sa / しゃ;さ
Rank Holder
Chinese granule; hoarse; raspy; sand; powder; CL:粒[li4]; abbr. for Tsar or Tsarist Russia; surname Sha
Japanese (numeric) one hundred-millionth; (female given name) Migiwa; (female given name) Mikiha; (female given name) Suna; (personal name) Sha; (personal name) Shi; (female given name) Sarara; (surname) Sa; (surname) Isago
bālukā. Sand; sands, e. g. of Ganges 恒河, implying countless; translit. s, ś, ṣ. Cf. 莎; (Skt. bālukā)

沙丁魚

see styles
Mandarin shā dīng yú / sha1 ding1 yu2
Taiwan sha ting yü
Chinese sardine (loanword)

沙丘

see styles
Mandarin shā qiū / sha1 qiu1
Taiwan sha ch`iu / sha chiu
Japanese sakyuu / sakyu / さきゅう
Chinese sand dune; sandy hill
Japanese sand dune; sand hill; (given name) Sakyuu

沙丘鶴

see styles
Mandarin shā qiū hè / sha1 qiu1 he4
Taiwan sha ch`iu ho / sha chiu ho
Chinese (bird species of China) sandhill crane (Grus canadensis)

沙井

see styles
Mandarin shā jǐng / sha1 jing3
Taiwan sha ching
Chinese manhole

沙井口

see styles
Mandarin shā jǐng kǒu / sha1 jing3 kou3
Taiwan sha ching k`ou / sha ching kou
Chinese manhole

沙伽陀

see styles
Mandarin shā qié tuó / sha1 qie2 tuo2
Taiwan sha ch`ieh t`o / sha chieh to
Japanese shakada
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

沙俄

see styles
Mandarin shā é / sha1 e2
Taiwan sha o
Chinese Tsarist Russia; abbr. for 沙皇俄國|沙皇俄国[Sha1 huang2 E2 guo2]

沙僧

see styles
Mandarin shā sēng / sha1 seng1
Taiwan sha seng
Chinese Sha Wujing

沙劫

see styles
Mandarin shā jié / sha1 jie2
Taiwan sha chieh
Japanese sha
Kalpas countless as the sands of Ganges; eons numberless as the sands of the Ganges

沙參

see styles
Mandarin shā shēn / sha1 shen1
Taiwan sha shen
Chinese ladybell root (Radix adenophorae)

沙和尚

see styles
Mandarin shā hé shang / sha1 he2 shang5
Taiwan sha ho shang
Chinese Sha Wujing

沙啞

see styles
Mandarin shā/ sha1 ya3
Taiwan sha ya
Chinese hoarse; rough

沙囊

see styles
Mandarin shā náng / sha1 nang2
Taiwan sha nang
Chinese sandbag; variant of 砂囊[sha1 nang2]

沙土

see styles
Mandarin shā/ sha1 tu3
Taiwan sha t`u / sha tu
Chinese sandy soil

沙地

see styles
Mandarin shā/ sha1 di4
Taiwan sha ti
Chinese sandy beach or river bank; sand dune; sandy land

沙地話

see styles
Mandarin shā dì huà / sha1 di4 hua4
Taiwan sha ti hua
Chinese see 啟海話|启海话[Qi3 hai3 hua4]

沙坑

see styles
Mandarin shā kēng / sha1 keng1
Taiwan sha k`eng / sha keng
Chinese sandbox; jumping pit (athletics); sand trap, bunker (golf)

沙坑桿

see styles
Mandarin shā kēng gān / sha1 keng1 gan1
Taiwan sha k`eng kan / sha keng kan
Chinese sand wedge (golf)

沙坡頭

see styles
Mandarin shā pō tóu / sha1 po1 tou2
Taiwan sha p`o t`ou / sha po tou
Chinese Shapo district of Zhongwei city 中衛市|中卫市[Zhong1 wei4 shi4], Ningxia

沙坪壩

see styles
Mandarin shā píng bà / sha1 ping2 ba4
Taiwan sha p`ing pa / sha ping pa
Chinese Shapingba district of central Chongqing municipality, formerly in Sichuan

沙堡

see styles
Mandarin shā bǎo / sha1 bao3
Taiwan sha pao
Chinese sandcastle

沙場

see styles
Mandarin shā chǎng / sha1 chang3
Taiwan sha ch`ang / sha chang
Chinese sandpit; battleground; battlefield

沙塵

see styles
Mandarin shā chén / sha1 chen2
Taiwan sha ch`en / sha chen
Chinese sand; sandstorm (common in spring in north China)

沙塵暴

see styles
Mandarin shā chén bào / sha1 chen2 bao4
Taiwan sha ch`en pao / sha chen pao
Chinese sandstorm

沙壩

see styles
Mandarin shā/ sha1 ba4
Taiwan sha pa
Chinese a sandbank; a sand bar

沙士

see styles
Mandarin shā shì / sha1 shi4
Taiwan sha shih
Chinese sarsaparilla; root beer; SARS (severe acute respiratory syndrome) (loanword)

沙威瑪

see styles
Mandarin shā wēi mǎ / sha1 wei1 ma3
Taiwan sha wei ma
Chinese shawarma, Middle Eastern sandwich wrap (loanword)

沙子

see styles
Mandarin shā zi / sha1 zi5
Taiwan sha tzu
Japanese sunako / すなこ    shouko / shoko / しょうこ    sachiko / さちこ    isako / いさこ
Chinese sand; grit; CL:粒[li4],把[ba3]
Japanese (1) sand; grit; (2) gold dust; silver dust; sand; grit; (female given name) Sunako; (female given name) Shouko; (female given name) Sachiko; (female given name) Isako

沙家浜

see styles
Mandarin shā jiā bāng / sha1 jia1 bang1
Taiwan sha chia pang
Chinese "Sha Family's Creek", a Beijing opera classified as model theater 樣板戲|样板戏[yang4 ban3 xi4]

沙尼

see styles
Mandarin shā/ sha1 ni2
Taiwan sha ni
Japanese shani
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

沙展

see styles
Mandarin shā zhǎn / sha1 zhan3
Taiwan sha chan
Chinese sergeant (loanword)

沙岩

see styles
Mandarin shā yán / sha1 yan2
Taiwan sha yen
Chinese sandstone

沙巴

see styles
Mandarin shā/ sha1 ba1
Taiwan sha pa
Chinese Sabah, state of Malaysia in north Borneo 婆羅洲|婆罗洲

沙市

see styles
Mandarin shā shì / sha1 shi4
Taiwan sha shih
Japanese saichi / さいち
Chinese Shashi district of Jingzhou city 荊州市|荆州市[Jing1 zhou1 shi4], Hubei
Japanese (personal name) Saichi

沙市區

see styles
Mandarin shā shì qū / sha1 shi4 qu1
Taiwan sha shih ch`ü / sha shih chü
Chinese Shashi district of Jingzhou city 荊州市|荆州市[Jing1 zhou1 shi4], Hubei

沙彌


沙弥

see styles
Mandarin shā/ sha1 mi2
Taiwan sha mi
Japanese shami
Chinese novice Buddhist monk
śrāmaṇera, 室羅摩拏洛迦; 室末那伊洛迦; 室羅摩尼羅 The male religious novice, who has taken vows to obey the ten commandments. The term is explained by 息惡行慈 one who ceases from evil and does works of mercy, or lives altruistically; 勤策男 a zealous man; 求寂 one who seeks rest; 求涅槃寂 one who seeks the peace of nirvāṇa. Three kinds are recognized according to age, i. e. 7 to 13 years old, old enough to 驅鳥 'drive away crows'; 14 to 19, called 應法 able to respond to or follow the doctrine; 20 to 70.

沙彌尼


沙弥尼

see styles
Mandarin shā mí ní / sha1 mi2 ni2
Taiwan sha mi ni
Japanese shamini
(沙尼) śrāmaṇerikā 室羅摩拏理迦. A female religious novice who has taken a vow to obey the ten commandments, i. e. 勤策女 a zealous woman, devoted.

沙彌戒


沙弥戒

see styles
Mandarin shā mí jiè / sha1 mi2 jie4
Taiwan sha mi chieh
Japanese shami kai
The ten commandments of the śrāmaṇera; v. 十戒; precepts for novices

沙彌科


沙弥科

see styles
Mandarin shā mí kē / sha1 mi2 ke1
Taiwan sha mi k`o / sha mi ko
Japanese shami ka
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

沙律

see styles
Mandarin shā/ sha1 lu:4
Taiwan sha
Chinese salad (loanword)

沙心

see styles
Mandarin shā xīn / sha1 xin1
Taiwan sha hsin
Japanese shashin
Mind like sand in its countless functionings; countless factors of the mind

沙悟淨

see styles
Mandarin shā wù jìng / sha1 wu4 jing4
Taiwan sha wu ching
Chinese Sha Wujing

沙拉

see styles
Mandarin shā/ sha1 la1
Taiwan sha la
Chinese salad (loanword)

沙摩帝

see styles
Mandarin shā mó dì / sha1 mo2 di4
Taiwan sha mo ti
Japanese Shamatei
Saṃmatīya, 正量部 one of the eighteen Hīnayāna sects; Sāṃmitīya

沙撈越

see styles
Mandarin shā lāo yuè / sha1 lao1 yue4
Taiwan sha lao yüeh
Chinese Sarawak, state of Malaysia in northwest Borneo 婆羅洲|婆罗洲

沙數


沙数

see styles
Mandarin shā shù / sha1 shu4
Taiwan sha shu
Japanese shashu
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

沙暴

see styles
Mandarin shā bào / sha1 bao4
Taiwan sha pao
Chinese sandstorm

沙曷

see styles
Mandarin shā/ sha1 he2
Taiwan sha ho
Japanese Shakatsu
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

沙朗

see styles
Mandarin shā lǎng / sha1 lang3
Taiwan sha lang
Chinese sirloin (loanword)

沙林

see styles
Mandarin shā lín / sha1 lin2
Taiwan sha lin
Chinese sarin (loanword)

沙棘

see styles
Mandarin shā/ sha1 ji2
Taiwan sha chi
Chinese sea-buckthorn

沙棘屬

see styles
Mandarin shā jí shǔ / sha1 ji2 shu3
Taiwan sha chi shu
Chinese genus Hippophae; sea-buckthorns

沙池

see styles
Mandarin shā chí / sha1 chi2
Taiwan sha ch`ih / sha chih
Japanese sachi / さち
Chinese sandpit (for children's play or for long jump etc); sandbox
Japanese (female given name) Sachi

沙沙

see styles
Mandarin shā shā / sha1 sha1
Taiwan sha sha
Chinese rustle

沙河

see styles
Mandarin shā/ sha1 he2
Taiwan sha ho
Chinese Shahe county level city in Xingtai 邢台[Xing2 tai2], Hebei

沙河市

see styles
Mandarin shā hé shì / sha1 he2 shi4
Taiwan sha ho shih
Chinese Shahe county level city in Xingtai 邢台[Xing2 tai2], Hebei

沙波訶


沙波诃

see styles
Mandarin shā bō hē / sha1 bo1 he1
Taiwan sha po ho
Japanese shahaka
svāhā, hail! 裟訶 v. 蘇.

沙洋

see styles
Mandarin shā yáng / sha1 yang2
Taiwan sha yang
Chinese Shayang county in Jingmen 荊門|荆门[Jing1 men2], Hubei

沙洋縣

see styles
Mandarin shā yáng xiàn / sha1 yang2 xian4
Taiwan sha yang hsien
Chinese Shayang county in Jingmen 荊門|荆门[Jing1 men2], Hubei

沙洲

see styles
Mandarin shā zhōu / sha1 zhou1
Taiwan sha chou
Chinese sandbank; sandbar

沙漏

see styles
Mandarin shā lòu / sha1 lou4
Taiwan sha lou
Chinese hourglass; sand filter

沙漠

see styles
Mandarin shā/ sha1 mo4
Taiwan sha mo
Japanese sabaku / さばく
Chinese desert; CL:個|个[ge4]
Japanese desert

沙漠化

see styles
Mandarin shā mò huà / sha1 mo4 hua4
Taiwan sha mo hua
Chinese desertification

沙灘

see styles
Mandarin shā tān / sha1 tan1
Taiwan sha t`an / sha tan
Chinese beach; sandy shore; CL:片[pian4]

沙灘鞋

see styles
Mandarin shā tān xié / sha1 tan1 xie2
Taiwan sha t`an hsieh / sha tan hsieh
Chinese beach shoes; wetsuit booties

沙灣

see styles
Mandarin shā wān / sha1 wan1
Taiwan sha wan
Chinese Shawan district of Leshan city 樂山市|乐山市[Le4 shan1 shi4], Sichuan; Shawan county or Saven nahisi in Tacheng prefecture 塔城地區|塔城地区[Ta3 cheng2 di4 qu1], Xinjiang

沙灣區

see styles
Mandarin shā wān qū / sha1 wan1 qu1
Taiwan sha wan ch`ü / sha wan chü
Chinese Shawan district of Leshan city 樂山市|乐山市[Le4 shan1 shi4], Sichuan

沙灣縣

see styles
Mandarin shā wān xiàn / sha1 wan1 xian4
Taiwan sha wan hsien
Chinese Shawan county or Saven nahisi in Tacheng prefecture 塔城地區|塔城地区[Ta3 cheng2 di4 qu1], Xinjiang

沙燕

see styles
Mandarin shā yàn / sha1 yan4
Taiwan sha yen
Japanese shaen
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

沙爹

see styles
Mandarin shā diē / sha1 die1
Taiwan sha tieh
Chinese satay (sauce)

沙爹醬

see styles
Mandarin shā diē jiàng / sha1 die1 jiang4
Taiwan sha tieh chiang
Chinese satay sauce

沙特

see styles
Mandarin shā/ sha1 te4
Taiwan sha t`e / sha te
Chinese Saudi; abbr. for Saudi Arabia

沙特魯

see styles
Mandarin shā tè lǔ / sha1 te4 lu3
Taiwan sha t`e lu / sha te lu
Chinese Châteauroux; Chateauroux (French town)

沙琪瑪

see styles
Mandarin shā qí mǎ / sha1 qi2 ma3
Taiwan sha ch`i ma / sha chi ma
Chinese sachima, sweet (Manchu) pastry made of fried strips of dough coated with syrup, pressed together, then cut into blocks

沙瓦瑪

see styles
Mandarin shā wǎ mǎ / sha1 wa3 ma3
Taiwan sha wa ma
Chinese shawarma, Middle Eastern sandwich wrap (loanword)

沙田

see styles
Mandarin shā tián / sha1 tian2
Taiwan sha t`ien / sha tien
Japanese masuda / ますだ    sunata / すなた
Chinese Sha Tin town in New Territories, Hong Kong
Japanese (surname) Masuda; (surname) Sunata

沙界

see styles
Mandarin shā jiè / sha1 jie4
Taiwan sha chieh
Japanese shakai
Worlds as numerous as the sands of Ganges.

沙畫

see styles
Mandarin shā huà / sha1 hua4
Taiwan sha hua
Chinese sand picture

沙畹

see styles
Mandarin shā wǎn / sha1 wan3
Taiwan sha wan
Chinese Chavannes (name)

沙發

see styles
Mandarin shā/ sha1 fa1
Taiwan sha fa
Chinese sofa (loanword); CL:條|条[tiao2],張|张[zhang1]; (Internet slang) the first reply or replier to a forum post

沙發客

see styles
Mandarin shā fā kè / sha1 fa1 ke4
Taiwan sha fa k`o / sha fa ko
Chinese couchsurfing; couchsurfer

沙發床

see styles
Mandarin shā fā chuáng / sha1 fa1 chuang2
Taiwan sha fa ch`uang / sha fa chuang
Chinese sofa bed; sleeper sofa

沙皇

see styles
Mandarin shā huáng / sha1 huang2
Taiwan sha huang
Chinese czar (loanword)

沙皮狗

see styles
Mandarin shā pí gǒu / sha1 pi2 gou3
Taiwan sha p`i kou / sha pi kou
Chinese Chinese shar-pei (dog breed)

沙眼

see styles
Mandarin shā yǎn / sha1 yan3
Taiwan sha yen
Chinese trachoma

沙石

see styles
Mandarin shā shí / sha1 shi2
Taiwan sha shih
Japanese shaseki / しゃせき    saseki / させき
Chinese sand and stones
Japanese sand and stone; pebble

沙石集

see styles
Mandarin shā shí jí / sha1 shi2 ji2
Taiwan sha shih chi
Japanese Saseki shū
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

沙磧

see styles
Mandarin shā/ sha1 qi4
Taiwan sha ch`i / sha chi
Chinese (literary) desert; sandy shore

沙磨

see styles
Mandarin shā/ sha1 mo2
Taiwan sha mo
Japanese shama
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

沙礫


沙砾

see styles
Mandarin shā/ sha1 li4
Taiwan sha li
Japanese shareki
Chinese grains of sand
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

沙祖康

see styles
Mandarin shā zǔ kāng / sha1 zu3 kang1
Taiwan sha tsu k`ang / sha tsu kang
Japanese shasokou / shasoko / しゃそこう
Chinese Sha Zukang (1947-), Chinese diplomat
Japanese (personal name) Shasokou

沙粒

see styles
Mandarin shā/ sha1 li4
Taiwan sha li
Chinese speck; granule

沙糖

see styles
Mandarin shā táng / sha1 tang2
Taiwan sha t`ang / sha tang
Japanese sha
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

沙縣

see styles
Mandarin shā xiàn / sha1 xian4
Taiwan sha hsien
Chinese Sha county in Sanming 三明[San1 ming2], Fujian

沙羅


沙罗

see styles
Mandarin shā luō / sha1 luo1
Taiwan sha lo
Japanese seira / sera / せいら    shaara / shara / しゃら    sara / しゃーら    saura / さら
Japanese (1) sal (tree) (Shorea robusta); saul; (2) Japanese stewartia (Stewartia pseudocamellia); (female given name) Seira; (female given name) Shara; (female given name) Sha-ra; (surname, female given name) Sara; (female given name) Saura
sāla, or śāla, 裟羅 the Sāl or Śal tree; the teak tree; the Shorea (or Valeria) Robusta; a tree in general; sāla tree

沙羅林


沙罗林

see styles
Mandarin shā luó lín / sha1 luo2 lin2
Taiwan sha lo lin
Japanese Sararin
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

沙羅樹


沙罗树

see styles
Mandarin shā luó shù / sha1 luo2 shu4
Taiwan sha lo shu
Japanese sara ju / しゃらじゅ
Japanese (1) Japanese stewartia (Stewartia pseudocamellia); (2) sal (tree) (Shorea robusta); saul
The Sala-tree; sala tree(s)

沙羅王


沙罗王

see styles
Mandarin shā luō wáng / sha1 luo1 wang2
Taiwan sha lo wang
Japanese Sharaō
sālarāja, a title of the Buddha; (Skt. sālarāja)

沙羅那


沙罗那

see styles
Mandarin shā luō nà / sha1 luo1 na4
Taiwan sha lo na
Japanese Sharana
(or 沙羅拏); 娑刺拏王 ? Śāraṇa (said to be a son of King Udayana) who became a monk; Śāraṇa (?)

沙茶

see styles
Mandarin shā chá / sha1 cha2
Taiwan sha ch`a / sha cha
Japanese sasa / ささ
Chinese satay (spicy peanut sauce), also spelled sate
Japanese (female given name) Sasa

沙落迦

see styles
Mandarin shā luò jiā / sha1 luo4 jia1
Taiwan sha lo chia
Japanese Sharaka
Charaka, a monastery in Kapiśa.' Eitel.

沙蟲

see styles
Mandarin shā chóng / sha1 chong2
Taiwan sha ch`ung / sha chung
Chinese sandworm

沙蠶

see styles
Mandarin shā cán / sha1 can2
Taiwan sha ts`an / sha tsan
Chinese genus Nereis, with species including the sandworm and the clam worm

沙袋

see styles
Mandarin shā dài / sha1 dai4
Taiwan sha tai
Chinese a sandbag

沙西米

see styles
Mandarin shā xī mǐ / sha1 xi1 mi3
Taiwan sha hsi mi
Chinese sashimi (loanword)

沙訶


沙诃

see styles
Mandarin shā/ sha1 he1
Taiwan sha ho
Japanese shaka
sahā, 娑訶; 索訶 the world around us, the present world. Also svāhā, see above; (Skt. sahā)

沙質

see styles
Mandarin shā zhì / sha1 zhi4
Taiwan sha chih
Chinese sandy

沙那

see styles
Mandarin shā/ sha1 na4
Taiwan sha na
Japanese shana / しゃな    sana / さな
Chinese Sana'a, capital of Yemen (Tw)
Japanese (personal name) Shana; (female given name) Sana

沙鍋

see styles
Mandarin shā guō / sha1 guo1
Taiwan sha kuo
Chinese variant of 砂鍋|砂锅[sha1 guo1]

沙門


沙门

see styles
Mandarin shā mén / sha1 men2
Taiwan sha men
Japanese shamon;samon / しゃもん;さもん
Chinese monk (Sanskrit: Sramana, originally refers to north India); Buddhist monk
Japanese {Buddh} shramana (wandering monk); (surname) Shamon
śramaṇa. 桑門; 娑門; 喪門; 沙門那; 舍羅磨拏; 沙迦懣曩; 室摩那拏 (1) Ascetics of all kinds; 'the Sarmanai, or Samanaioi, or Germanai of the Greeks, perhaps identical also with the Tungusian Saman or Shaman.' Eitel. (2) Buddhist monks 'who 'have left their families and quitted the passions', the Semnoi of the Greeks'. Eitel. Explained by 功勞 toilful achievement, 勤息 diligent quieting (of the mind and the passions), 淨志 purity of mind, 貧道 poverty. 'He must keep well the Truth, guard well every uprising (of desire), be uncontaminated by outward attractions, be merciful to all and impure to none, be not elated to joy nor harrowed by distress, and able to bear whatever may come.' The Sanskrit root is śram, to make effort; exert oneself, do austerities.

沙門果


沙门果

see styles
Mandarin shā mén guǒ / sha1 men2 guo3
Taiwan sha men kuo
Japanese shamon ka
The fruit, or rebirth, resulting from the practices of the śramaṇa; effects of religious practice

沙門統


沙门统

see styles
Mandarin shā mén tǒng / sha1 men2 tong3
Taiwan sha men t`ung / sha men tung
Japanese shamon tō
The national superintendent or archbishop over the Order appointed under the Wei dynasty; monk superintendent

沙門菌

see styles
Mandarin shā mén jun / sha1 men2 jun1
Taiwan sha men chün
Chinese salmonella

沙門那


沙门那

see styles
Mandarin shā mén nà / sha1 men2 na4
Taiwan sha men na
Japanese shamonna
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

沙雅

see styles
Mandarin shā/ sha1 ya3
Taiwan sha ya
Japanese saga / さが
Chinese Shayar nahiyisi (Shaya county) in Aksu 阿克蘇地區|阿克苏地区[A1 ke4 su1 di4 qu1], west Xinjiang
Japanese (surname) Saga

沙雅縣

see styles
Mandarin shā yǎ xiàn / sha1 ya3 xian4
Taiwan sha ya hsien
Chinese Shayar nahiyisi (Shaya county) in Aksu 阿克蘇地區|阿克苏地区[A1 ke4 su1 di4 qu1], west Xinjiang

沙頭角

see styles
Mandarin shā tóu jiǎo / sha1 tou2 jiao3
Taiwan sha t`ou chiao / sha tou chiao
Chinese Sha Tau Kok (town in Hong Kong)

沙髻

see styles
Mandarin shā/ sha1 ji4
Taiwan sha chi
Japanese shakei
A crown of grass put on the head of 不動尊 q.v. as a servant of the Buddhas.

沙魚

see styles
Mandarin shā/ sha1 yu2
Taiwan sha
Japanese haze / はぜ
Chinese variant of 鯊魚|鲨鱼[sha1 yu2]
Japanese (1) goby (fish); (2) yellowfin goby (Acanthogobius flavimanus)

沙鵖

see styles
Mandarin shā/ sha1 bi1
Taiwan sha pi
Chinese (bird species of China) isabelline wheatear (Oenanthe isabellina)

沙鹿

see styles
Mandarin shā/ sha1 lu4
Taiwan sha lu
Chinese Shalu town in Taichung county 臺中縣|台中县[Tai2 zhong1 xian4], Taiwan

沙鹿鎮

see styles
Mandarin shā lù zhèn / sha1 lu4 zhen4
Taiwan sha lu chen
Chinese Shalu town in Taichung county 臺中縣|台中县[Tai2 zhong1 xian4], Taiwan

沙麗

see styles
Mandarin shā/ sha1 li4
Taiwan sha li
Japanese sarei / sare / されい    sari / さり
Chinese sari (loanword)
Japanese (female given name) Sarei; (personal name) Sari

沙鼠

see styles
Mandarin shā shǔ / sha1 shu3
Taiwan sha shu
Chinese gerbil

沙龍

see styles
Mandarin shā lóng / sha1 long2
Taiwan sha lung
Chinese salon (loanword)

河沙

see styles
Mandarinshā / he2 sha1
Taiwan ho sha
Japanese kasha
The sands of Ganges, vast in number; sands of the Ganges

河沙數


河沙数

see styles
Mandarinshā shù / he2 sha1 shu4
Taiwan ho sha shu
Japanese kashashu
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

油砂

see styles
Mandarin yóu shā / you2 sha1
Taiwan yu sha
Japanese yusa / ゆさ
Chinese oil sand (mining)
Japanese (See オイルサンド) oil sands; tar sands; bituminous sands

泡泡紗

see styles
Mandarin pào pào shā / pao4 pao4 sha1
Taiwan p`ao p`ao sha / pao pao sha
Chinese seersucker (cotton cloth with pattern of dimples)

波霎

see styles
Mandarinshà / bo1 sha4
Taiwan po sha
Chinese pulsar (astronomy)

泥沙

see styles
Mandarinshā / ni2 sha1
Taiwan ni sha
Japanese deisha / desha / でいしゃ    deisa / desa / でいさ
Chinese silt
Japanese mud and sand

洛沙

see styles
Mandarin luò shā / luo4 sha1
Taiwan lo sha
Japanese rakusha
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

洴沙

see styles
Mandarin píng shā / ping2 sha1
Taiwan p`ing sha / ping sha
Japanese Heisha
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

流沙

see styles
Mandarin liú shā / liu2 sha1
Taiwan liu sha
Japanese rusha
Chinese quicksand
Floating or shifting sands.

浣紗

see styles
Mandarin huàn shā / huan4 sha1
Taiwan huan sha
Chinese to wash silk

浣紗記

see styles
Mandarin huàn shā jì / huan4 sha1 ji4
Taiwan huan sha chi
Chinese Huansahji or Washing the Silken Gauze, Yuan and Ming saga reworked by 梁辰魚|梁辰鱼 from History of the Southern States Wu and Yue, 吳越春秋|吴越春秋, a popular opera subject

海砂

see styles
Mandarin hǎi shā / hai3 sha1
Taiwan hai sha
Japanese kaisa / かいさ
Chinese sea sand (sand collected from the ocean floor, as opposed to that which is used as an ingredient in concrete)
Japanese sea sand (sand collected from the ocean floor, as opposed to that which is used as an ingredient in concrete); (female given name) Mizuna; (female given name) Misa; (female given name) Usa

海砂屋

see styles
Mandarin hǎi shā wū / hai3 sha1 wu1
Taiwan hai sha wu
Chinese house built with cheap, unreliable concrete which contains a high quantity of sea sand; see also 海砂[hai3 sha1]

淨刹


净刹

see styles
Mandarin jìng shā / jing4 sha1
Taiwan ching sha
Japanese jōsetsu
The pure kṣetra, i.e. Buddha-land; pure world

滑沙

see styles
Mandarin huá shā / hua2 sha1
Taiwan hua sha
Chinese sandboarding

濫殺

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

濾砂

see styles
Mandarinshā / lu:4 sha1
Taiwansha
Chinese filter sand

灰沙

see styles
Mandarin huī shā / hui1 sha1
Taiwan hui sha
Japanese kesha
Ascetics who cover themselves with ashes, or burn their flesh; Lit. ash-sand

為啥

see styles
Mandarin wèi shá / wei4 sha2
Taiwan wei sha
Chinese dialectal equivalent of 為什麼|为什么[wei4 shen2 me5]

烏沙斯


乌沙斯

see styles
Mandarinshā/ wu1 sha1 si1
Taiwan wu sha ssu
Japanese Oshashi
Uṣas. The dawn, but intp. as the planet Venus.

烏紗帽

see styles
Mandarinshā mào / wu1 sha1 mao4
Taiwan wu sha mao
Chinese black hat (worn by feudal official); fig. official post

see styles
Mandarin shà / sha4
Taiwan sha
Japanese setsu
Chinese fiend; demon; very; (Tw) SARS (loanword); to terminate; to cut short; to bring to a stop; to squeeze; to tighten; to damage; variant of 殺|杀[sha1]
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

煞人

see styles
Mandarin shà rén / sha4 ren2
Taiwan sha jen
Japanese setsunin
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

煞住

see styles
Mandarin shā zhù / sha1 zhu4
Taiwan sha chu
Chinese to brake; to stop; to forbid

煞到

see styles
Mandarin shà dào / sha4 dao4
Taiwan sha tao
Chinese (Tw) to like; to fall in love with

煞尾

see styles
Mandarin shā wěi / sha1 wei3
Taiwan sha wei
Chinese to finish off; to wind up

煞性子

see styles
Mandarin shā xìng zi / sha1 xing4 zi5
Taiwan sha hsing tzu
Chinese to vent anger

煞戒

see styles
Mandarin shà jiè / sha4 jie4
Taiwan sha chieh
Japanese sekkai
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

煞是

see styles
Mandarin shà shì / sha4 shi4
Taiwan sha shih
Chinese extremely; very

煞業


煞业

see styles
Mandarin shà/ sha4 ye4
Taiwan sha yeh
Japanese setsugō
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

煞氣


煞气

see styles
Mandarin shà qì // shā qì / sha4 qi4 // sha1 qi4
Taiwan sha ch`i // sha / sha chi // sha
Chinese baleful look; inauspicious influence; (of a tire, balloon etc) to leak air; to vent one's anger on (an innocent party); to take it out on (sb)

煞生具

see styles
Mandarin shà shēng jù / sha4 sheng1 ju4
Taiwan sha sheng chü
Japanese sesshōgu
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

煞畜生

see styles
Mandarin shà chù shēng / sha4 chu4 sheng1
Taiwan sha ch`u sheng / sha chu sheng
Japanese setsu chikushō
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

煞白

see styles
Mandarin shà bái / sha4 bai2
Taiwan sha pai
Chinese deathly white

煞神

see styles
Mandarin shà shén / sha4 shen2
Taiwan sha shen
Chinese demon; fiend

煞筆

see styles
Mandarin shā/ sha1 bi3
Taiwan sha pi
Chinese to stop one's pen; to break off writing; final remarks (at the end of a book or article)

煞賬

see styles
Mandarin shā zhàng / sha1 zhang4
Taiwan sha chang
Chinese to settle an account

煞車

see styles
Mandarin shā chē / sha1 che1
Taiwan sha ch`e / sha che
Chinese to brake (when driving)

煞風景

see styles
Mandarin shā fēng jǐng / sha1 feng1 jing3
Taiwan sha feng ching
Chinese to be an eyesore; (fig.) to spoil the fun; to be a wet blanket

煮沙

see styles
Mandarin zhǔ shā / zhu3 sha1
Taiwan chu sha
Japanese shasha
Like boiling sand for food.

熱沙


热沙

see styles
Mandarinshā / re4 sha1
Taiwan je sha
Japanese nessha
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

牟裟羅


牟裟罗

see styles
Mandarin móu shā luó / mou2 sha1 luo2
Taiwan mou sha lo
Japanese musara
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

特雷莎

see styles
Mandarin tè léi shā / te4 lei2 sha1
Taiwan t`e lei sha / te lei sha
Rank Holder
Chinese Teresa; Theresa (name)

犯傻

see styles
Mandarin fàn shǎ / fan4 sha3
Taiwan fan sha
Chinese to be foolish; to play dumb; to gaze absentmindedly

犯煞戒

see styles
Mandarin fàn shà jiè / fan4 sha4 jie4
Taiwan fan sha chieh
Japanese bonsetsukai
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

獵殺

see styles
Mandarin liè shā / lie4 sha1
Taiwan lieh sha
Chinese to kill (in hunting)

玄沙

see styles
Mandarin xuán shā / xuan2 sha1
Taiwan hsüan sha
Japanese Gensha
Xuansha, a famous Fukien monk who had over 800 disciples, died A. D. 908; his chief subjects were the fundamental ailments of men— blindness, deafness, and dumbness.

玻璃砂

see styles
Mandarin bō li shā / bo1 li5 sha1
Taiwan po li sha
Chinese siliceous sand (geology)

甁沙

see styles
Mandarin píng shā / ping2 sha1
Taiwan p`ing sha / ping sha
Japanese Heisha
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

甁沙王

see styles
Mandarin píng shā wáng / ping2 sha1 wang2
Taiwan p`ing sha wang / ping sha wang
Japanese Binjaō
Bimbisāra, v. 頻.

see styles
Mandarin shā / sha1
Taiwan sha
Chinese cholera

癟螺痧

see styles
Mandarin biě luó shā / bie3 luo2 sha1
Taiwan pieh lo sha
Chinese cholera (with dehydration)

癡傻

see styles
Mandarin chī shǎ / chi1 sha3
Taiwan ch`ih sha / chih sha
Chinese stupid; foolish

白沙

see styles
Mandarin bái shā / bai2 sha1
Taiwan pai sha
Japanese hakusha / はくしゃ    hakusa / はくさ
Chinese Baisha (common place name); Baisha Lizu autonomous county, Hainan; Baisha or Paisha township in Penghu county 澎湖縣|澎湖县[Peng2 hu2 xian4] (Pescadores Islands), Taiwan
Japanese white sand

白沙瓦

see styles
Mandarin bái shā wǎ / bai2 sha1 wa3
Taiwan pai sha wa
Chinese Peshawar, city in north Pakistan

白沙縣

see styles
Mandarin bái shā xiàn / bai2 sha1 xian4
Taiwan pai sha hsien
Chinese Baisha Lizu autonomous county, Hainan

白沙鄉

see styles
Mandarin bái shā xiāng / bai2 sha1 xiang1
Taiwan pai sha hsiang
Chinese Baisha or Paisha township in Penghu county 澎湖縣|澎湖县[Peng2 hu2 xian4] (Pescadores Islands), Taiwan

白砂糖

see styles
Mandarin bái shā táng / bai2 sha1 tang2
Taiwan pai sha t`ang / pai sha tang
Japanese shirozatou / shirozato / しろざとう
Chinese white granulated sugar
Japanese white sugar

瞋殺


瞋杀

see styles
Mandarin chēn shā / chen1 sha1
Taiwan ch`en sha / chen sha
Japanese shinsetsu
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

瞬霎

see styles
Mandarin shùn shà / shun4 sha4
Taiwan shun sha
Chinese in a blink; in a twinkling

瞿沙

see styles
Mandarinshā / qu2 sha1
Taiwan ch`ü sha / chü sha
Japanese gusha
ghoṣa, murmur; sound of voices, etc., noise, roar; tr. sound of speaking, and 妙音; 美音 beautiful voice or speech; name of a famous dialectician and preacher who is accredited with restoration of sight to Dharmavivardhana, i.e. Kuṇāla, son of Aśoka, "by washing his eyes with the tears of people who were moved by his eloquence." Eitel. Also author of the Abhidharmāmṛta śāstra, which is called瞿沙經.

see styles
Mandarin shā / sha1
Taiwan sha
Japanese sunahama / すなはま    sunazaki / すなざき    sunaoshi / すなおし    suna / すな    isago / いさご
Rank Holder
Chinese sand; gravel; granule
Japanese sand; grit; (surname) Sunahama; (surname) Sunazaki; (personal name) Sunaoshi; (given name) Suna; (female given name) Isago
Gravel, sand.

砂仁

see styles
Mandarin shā rén / sha1 ren2
Taiwan sha jen
Chinese Amomom (fructus Amomi), plant used in Chinese medicine

砂囊

see styles
Mandarin shā náng / sha1 nang2
Taiwan sha nang
Chinese gizzard (anatomy of birds, gastropods etc)

砂子

see styles
Mandarin shā zi / sha1 zi5
Taiwan sha tzu
Japanese manago / まなご    sunago / すなご    sunako / すなこ    isago / いさご    isako / いさこ
Chinese sand
Japanese (1) sand; grit; (2) gold dust; silver dust; sand; grit; (place-name) Manago; (place-name, surname) Sunago; (surname, female given name) Sunako; (surname) Sago; (surname, female given name) Sako; (place-name, surname) Isago; (female given name) Isako

砂岩

see styles
Mandarin shā yán / sha1 yan2
Taiwan sha yen
Japanese sagan;shagan / さがん;しゃがん
Chinese sandstone
Japanese sandstone

砂拉越

see styles
Mandarin shā lā yuè / sha1 la1 yue4
Taiwan sha la yüeh
Chinese see 沙撈越|沙捞越[Sha1 lao1 yue4]

砂漿

see styles
Mandarin shā jiāng / sha1 jiang1
Taiwan sha chiang
Chinese mortar (building)

砂石

see styles
Mandarin shā shí / sha1 shi2
Taiwan sha shih
Japanese sazaraishi / さざらいし
Chinese sandstone; sand and stone; aggregate
Japanese sand and stone; pebble; (surname) Sazaraishi

砂礓

see styles
Mandarin shā jiāng / sha1 jiang1
Taiwan sha chiang
Chinese concretion (geology)

砂礫

see styles
Mandarin shā/ sha1 li4
Taiwan sha li
Japanese sareki / されき
Chinese grit
Japanese pebbles

砂糖

see styles
Mandarin shā táng / sha1 tang2
Taiwan sha t`ang / sha tang
Japanese satou / sato / さとう
Rank Holder
Chinese granulated sugar
Japanese sugar; (surname) Satou
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

砂紙

see styles
Mandarin shā zhǐ / sha1 zhi3
Taiwan sha chih
Japanese sunagami / すながみ
Chinese sandpaper (i.e. abrasive)
Japanese sandpaper

砂輪

see styles
Mandarin shā lún / sha1 lun2
Taiwan sha lun
Japanese sawa / さわ
Chinese grinding wheel; emery wheel
Japanese (female given name) Sawa

砂鍋

see styles
Mandarin shā guō / sha1 guo1
Taiwan sha kuo
Chinese casserole; earthenware pot

砍殺

see styles
Mandarin kǎn shā / kan3 sha1
Taiwan k`an sha / kan sha
Chinese to attack with a bladed weapon

硃砂

see styles
Mandarin zhū shā / zhu1 sha1
Taiwan chu sha
Chinese cinnabar; mercuric sulfide HgS

硅沙

see styles
Mandarin guī shā / gui1 sha1
Taiwan kuei sha
Chinese silicon sand

硇砂

see styles
Mandarin náo shā / nao2 sha1
Taiwan nao sha
Chinese salammoniac (mineralogy)

硼砂

see styles
Mandarin péng shā / peng2 sha1
Taiwan p`eng sha / peng sha
Japanese housha / hosha / ほうしゃ
Chinese borax
Japanese borax

磨砂

see styles
Mandarinshā / mo2 sha1
Taiwan mo sha
Chinese to scrub with an abrasive; to sand; frosted (e.g. glass)

磨砂機

see styles
Mandarinshā/ mo2 sha1 ji1
Taiwan mo sha chi
Chinese sander; sanding machine

磨砂膏

see styles
Mandarinshā gāo / mo2 sha1 gao1
Taiwan mo sha kao
Chinese facial scrub

秒殺

see styles
Mandarin miǎo shā / miao3 sha1
Taiwan miao sha
Japanese byousatsu / byosatsu / びょうさつ
Chinese (Internet) flash sale; (sports or online gaming) rapid dispatch of an opponent
Japanese (noun/participle) (See 瞬殺) instant killing

稗沙門


稗沙门

see styles
Mandarin bài shā mén / bai4 sha1 men2
Taiwan pai sha men
Japanese haishamon
Lazy monks, cumberers of the ground.

笛沙格

see styles
Mandarinshā/ di2 sha1 ge2
Taiwan ti sha ko
Chinese Girard Desargues (1591-1661), French geometer

see styles
Mandarin shà / sha4
Taiwan sha
Chinese fan

管紗

see styles
Mandarin guǎn shā / guan3 sha1
Taiwan kuan sha
Chinese cop (textiles)

粉砂岩

see styles
Mandarin fěn shā yán / fen3 sha1 yan2
Taiwan fen sha yen
Chinese siltstone

粉砂石

see styles
Mandarin fěn shā shí / fen3 sha1 shi2
Taiwan fen sha shih
Chinese siltstone

粗砂

see styles
Mandarinshā / cu1 sha1
Taiwan ts`u sha / tsu sha
Chinese grit

約沙法

see styles
Mandarin yuē shā fǎ / yue1 sha1 fa3
Taiwan yüeh sha fa
Chinese Jehoshaphat, fourth king of Judah (Judaism)

紅豆沙

see styles
Mandarin hóng dòu shā / hong2 dou4 sha1
Taiwan hung tou sha
Chinese red bean paste

see styles
Mandarin shā / sha1
Taiwan sha
Japanese sha / しゃ
Chinese cotton yarn; muslin
Japanese (silk) gauze; (female given name) Suzu; (personal name) Sha; (female given name) Sara; (female given name) Saya; (female given name) Sana; (female given name) Kinu; (personal name) Usuginu

紗布

see styles
Mandarin shā/ sha1 bu4
Taiwan sha pu
Chinese gauze

紗帽

see styles
Mandarin shā mào / sha1 mao4
Taiwan sha mao
Chinese gauze hat; fig. job as an official

紗廠

see styles
Mandarin shā chǎng / sha1 chang3
Taiwan sha ch`ang / sha chang
Chinese cotton mill; textile factory

紗窗

see styles
Mandarin shā chuāng / sha1 chuang1
Taiwan sha ch`uang / sha chuang
Chinese screen window

紗綻

see styles
Mandarin shā zhàn / sha1 zhan4
Taiwan sha chan
Chinese spindle

紗線

see styles
Mandarin shā xiàn / sha1 xian4
Taiwan sha hsien
Chinese yarn

紗麗

see styles
Mandarin shā/ sha1 li4
Taiwan sha li
Japanese sari / さり    saura / さうら
Chinese sari (loanword)
Japanese (personal name) Sari; (personal name) Saura

紡紗

see styles
Mandarin fǎng shā / fang3 sha1
Taiwan fang sha
Chinese to spin (cotton, wool etc); spinning

細沙

see styles
Mandarinshā / xi4 sha1
Taiwan hsi sha
Chinese fine sand

絕殺

see styles
Mandarin jué shā / jue2 sha1
Taiwan chüeh sha
Chinese to deal the fatal blow (sports, chess etc); to score the winning point

經紗

see styles
Mandarin jīng shā / jing1 sha1
Taiwan ching sha
Chinese warp (vertical thread in weaving)

緯紗

see styles
Mandarin wěi shā / wei3 sha1
Taiwan wei sha
Chinese woof (horizontal thread in weaving); weft

縊殺

see styles
Mandarinshā / yi4 sha1
Taiwan i sha
Chinese to strangle to death

羅刹


罗刹

see styles
Mandarin luō shā / luo1 sha1
Taiwan lo sha
Japanese rasetsu / らせつ
Japanese rakshasa (san: rāksasa); man-eating demon in Hinduism and Buddhism; (female given name) Rasetsu
(羅刹姿) rākṣasa, also羅叉娑; from rakṣas, harm, injuring. Malignant spirits, demons; sometimes considered inferior to yakṣas, sometimes similar. Their place of abode was Laṅkā in Ceylon, where they are described as the original inhabitants, anthropophagi, once the terror of shipwrecked mariners; also described as the barbarian races of ancient India. As demons they are described as terrifying, with black bodies, red hair, green eyes, devourers of men.

羅刹國


罗刹国

see styles
Mandarin luō shā guó / luo1 sha1 guo2
Taiwan lo sha kuo
Japanese Rasetsukoku
An island in the Indian Ocean, supposed to be Ceylon; Rākṣasī-dvīpa

羅刹天


罗刹天

see styles
Mandarin luō shā tiān / luo1 sha1 tian1
Taiwan lo sha t`ien / lo sha tien
Japanese rasetsu ten
The deva controlling these demons, who has his abode in the southwest corner of the heavens; *rākṣasa-deva

羅刹私


罗刹私

see styles
Mandarin luō shā sī / luo1 sha1 si1
Taiwan lo sha ssu
Japanese rasetsushi
rākṣasī, also羅叉私; 羅刹斯; 羅刹女 Female demons, of whom the names of eight, ten, and twelve are given, and 500 are also mentioned.

羅刹羅


罗刹罗

see styles
Mandarin luō shā luō / luo1 sha1 luo1
Taiwan lo sha lo
Japanese rasetsura
akṣara, a syllable, word, letter.

羅莎

see styles
Mandarin luó shā / luo2 sha1
Taiwan lo sha
Chinese Rosa (name)

美沙酮

see styles
Mandarin měi shā tóng / mei3 sha1 tong2
Taiwan mei sha t`ung / mei sha tung
Chinese methadone

see styles
Mandarin shà / sha4
Taiwan sha
Chinese wooden fan carried in procession

肅殺

see styles
Mandarinshā / su4 sha1
Taiwan su sha
Chinese austere; stern; harsh; somber and desolate (autumn or winter)

背殺

see styles
Mandarin bèi shā / bei4 sha1
Taiwan pei sha
Chinese (slang) (usu. of a woman) sb who looks stunning from behind; sb who has a great figure but not necessarily an attractive face; abbr. for 背影殺手|背影杀手[bei4 ying3 sha1 shou3]

臂紗

see styles
Mandarinshā / bi4 sha1
Taiwan pi sha
Chinese armband

自殺


自杀

see styles
Mandarinshā / zi4 sha1
Taiwan tzu sha
Japanese jisatsu / じさつ
Chinese to kill oneself; to commit suicide; to attempt suicide
Japanese (n,adj-no,vs) suicide
To commit suicide; for a monk to commit suicide is said to be against the rules.

自殺式

see styles
Mandarinshā shì / zi4 sha1 shi4
Taiwan tzu sha shih
Chinese suicide (attack); suicidal

自煞

see styles
Mandarinshà / zi4 sha4
Taiwan tzu sha
Japanese jisetsu
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

至沙

see styles
Mandarin zhì shā / zhi4 sha1
Taiwan chih sha
Japanese Shisha
帝沙 Tiṣya, an ancient Buddha. The father of Śāriputra. A son of Śuklodana.

舍利沙

see styles
Mandarin shè lì shā / she4 li4 sha1
Taiwan she li sha
Japanese sharisha
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

航廈

see styles
Mandarin háng shà / hang2 sha4
Taiwan hang sha
Chinese air terminal

英吉沙

see styles
Mandarin yīng jí shā / ying1 ji2 sha1
Taiwan ying chi sha
Chinese Yéngisar nahiyisi (Yengisar county) in Kashgar prefecture 喀什地區|喀什地区[Ka1 shi2 di4 qu1], west Xinjiang

see styles
Mandarin shā / sha1
Taiwan sha
Japanese sa / さ
Chinese see 莎草[suo1 cao3]; see 摩莎[mo2 suo1]; katydid (family Tettigoniidae); phonetic "sha" used in transliteration
Japanese (given name) Sa
A species of grass, or sedge; cf. 娑.

莎拉

see styles
Mandarin shā/ sha1 la1
Taiwan sha la
Rank Holder
Chinese Sara or Sarah (name)

莎揭哆

see styles
Mandarin shā jiē duō / sha1 jie1 duo1
Taiwan sha chieh to
Japanese shakata
svāgata 善來 'well come', a term of salutation; also 善逝 'well departed'. It is a title of every Buddha; also 莎迦陀 (or 莎伽陀); 沙伽陀 (or 沙竭陀); 裟婆羯多; 蘇揭多; (Skt. svāgata)

莎翁

see styles
Mandarin shā wēng / sha1 weng1
Taiwan sha weng
Chinese Shakespeare; slang or popular culture abbr. of 莎士比亞|莎士比亚[Sha1 shi4 bi3 ya4]

莎莎舞

see styles
Mandarin shā shā wǔ / sha1 sha1 wu3
Taiwan sha sha wu
Chinese salsa (dance)

莎車

see styles
Mandarin shā chē / sha1 che1
Taiwan sha ch`e / sha che
Chinese Yeken nahiyisi (Yarkand county or Shache) in Kashgar prefecture 喀什地區|喀什地区[Ka1 shi2 di4 qu1], west Xinjiang

莎車縣

see styles
Mandarin shā chē xiàn / sha1 che1 xian4
Taiwan sha ch`e hsien / sha che hsien
Chinese Yeken nahiyisi (Yarkand county or Shache) in Kashgar prefecture 喀什地區|喀什地区[Ka1 shi2 di4 qu1], west Xinjiang

莎麗

see styles
Mandarin shā/ sha1 li4
Taiwan sha li
Japanese sarii / sari / さりい
Chinese sari (loanword)
Japanese (female given name) Sarii

華沙

see styles
Mandarin huá shā / hua2 sha1
Taiwan hua sha
Chinese Warsaw, capital of Poland

萍沙

see styles
Mandarin píng shā / ping2 sha1
Taiwan p`ing sha / ping sha
Japanese Byōsha
Bimbisāra, see 頻; *Bimbisāra

see styles
Mandarin shà / sha4
Taiwan sha
Chinese (auspicious herb)

蒸沙

see styles
Mandarin zhēng shā / zheng1 sha1
Taiwan cheng sha
Japanese jōsha
Steaming or cooking sand for food: an impossibility, like Ānanda trying to meditate without cutting off evil conduct; to cook sand

蒸砂

see styles
Mandarin zhēng shā / zheng1 sha1
Taiwan cheng sha
Japanese jōsa
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

蓮刹


莲刹

see styles
Mandarin lián shā / lian2 sha1
Taiwan lien sha
Japanese rensetsu
Lotus-kṣetra, or Lotus-land, the paradise of Amitābha; lotus world

蓱沙王

see styles
Mandarin píng shā wáng / ping2 sha1 wang2
Taiwan p`ing sha wang / ping sha wang
Bimbisāra, v. 頻.

薄紗

see styles
Mandarin báo shā / bao2 sha1
Taiwan pao sha
Japanese hakusa / はくさ
Chinese gauze (cloth)
Japanese delicate gauze; gossamer

虐殺

see styles
Mandarin nüè shā / nu:e4 sha1
Taiwan nu:e sha
Japanese gyakusatsu / ぎゃくさつ
Chinese to kill (or assault) sadistically
Japanese (noun/participle) atrocity; massive killing

蠶沙

see styles
Mandarin cán shā / can2 sha1
Taiwan ts`an sha / tsan sha
Chinese silkworm guano (excrement)

衝殺

see styles
Mandarin chōng shā / chong1 sha1
Taiwan ch`ung sha / chung sha
Chinese to charge

表刹

see styles
Mandarin biǎo shā / biao3 sha1
Taiwan piao sha
Japanese hyōsetsu
The flagpole on a pagoda.

衲袈裟

see styles
Mandarin nà jiā shā / na4 jia1 sha1
Taiwan na chia sha
Japanese nō gesa
A monk's robe of seven pieces and upwards.

袈沙野

see styles
Mandarin jiā shā yě / jia1 sha1 ye3
Taiwan chia sha yeh
Japanese kashaya
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

袈裟

see styles
Mandarin jiā shā / jia1 sha1
Taiwan chia sha
Japanese kesa / けさ
Chinese kasaya, a patchwork outer vestment worn by a Buddhist monk
Japanese (1) {Buddh} kasaya; monk's stole; (2) (abbreviation) (See 袈裟懸け・1) wearing an article of clothing in the same manner as a kasaya (i.e. draped over one shoulder); (female given name) Kesa
kaṣāya, the monk's robe, or cassock. The word is intp. as decayed, impure (in colour), dyed, not of primary colour, so as to distinguish it from the normal white dress of the people. The patch-robe, v. 二十五條. A dyed robe 'of a colour composed of red and yellow' (M. W. ); it has a number of poetic names, e. g. robe of patience, or endurance. Also 迦沙曳 (迦邏沙曳).

袈裟袋

see styles
Mandarin jiā shā dài / jia1 sha1 dai4
Taiwan chia sha tai
Japanese kesa bukuro
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

被自殺

see styles
Mandarin bèi zì shā / bei4 zi4 sha1
Taiwan pei tzu sha
Chinese a death claimed to be a suicide by the authorities

補沙


补沙

see styles
Mandarinshā / bu3 sha1
Taiwan pu sha
Japanese Hosha
Puṣya, the 鬼 asterism, v. 富.

補盧沙


补卢沙

see styles
Mandarin bǔ lú shā / bu3 lu2 sha1
Taiwan pu lu sha
Japanese furusha
puruṣa 'man collectively or individually'; 'Man personified'; 'the Soul of the universe' (M.W.); intp. by 丈夫 and 人; v. 布; also the first form of the masculine gender; (2) puruṣam 補盧衫; (3) puruṣeṇa 補盧沙拏; (4) puruṣāya 補盧沙耶; (5) puruṣaṭ 補盧沙?; (6) puruṣasya 補盧殺沙; (7) puruṣe 補盧 M040949.

裝傻

see styles
Mandarin zhuāng shǎ / zhuang1 sha3
Taiwan chuang sha
Chinese to act stupid; to pretend to be naive

see styles
Mandarin shā / sha1
Taiwan sha
Japanese konokawa / このかわ
Chinese Buddhist monk's robe
Japanese (personal name) Konokawa
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

西刹

see styles
Mandarinshā / xi1 sha1
Taiwan hsi sha
Japanese saisetsu
kṣetra, land, region, country.

西沙

see styles
Mandarinshā / xi1 sha1
Taiwan hsi sha
Chinese see 西沙群島|西沙群岛[Xi1 sha1 Qun2 dao3]

言殺


言杀

see styles
Mandarin yán shā / yan2 sha1
Taiwan yen sha
Japanese gonsetsu
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

言煞

see styles
Mandarin yán shà / yan2 sha4
Taiwan yen sha
Japanese gonsetsu
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

誅殺

see styles
Mandarin zhū shā / zhu1 sha1
Taiwan chu sha
Japanese chuusatsu / chusatsu / ちゅうさつ
Chinese to kill; to murder
Japanese (noun/participle) execution of a criminal

誤殺

see styles
Mandarinshā / wu4 sha1
Taiwan wu sha
Chinese to mistakenly kill; manslaughter

謀殺

see styles
Mandarin móu shā / mou2 sha1
Taiwan mou sha
Japanese bousatsu / bosatsu / ぼうさつ
Chinese to murder; to assassinate; intentional homicide
Japanese (noun/participle) premeditated murder; deliberate murder; willful murder; wilful murder

謀殺案

see styles
Mandarin móu shā àn / mou2 sha1 an4
Taiwan mou sha an
Chinese murder case

謀殺罪

see styles
Mandarin móu shā zuì / mou2 sha1 zui4
Taiwan mou sha tsui
Chinese murder

讚嘆殺


讚叹杀

see styles
Mandarin zàn tàn shā / zan4 tan4 sha1
Taiwan tsan t`an sha / tsan tan sha
Japanese sandansetsu
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

讚嘆煞


讚叹煞

see styles
Mandarin zàn tàn shà / zan4 tan4 sha4
Taiwan tsan t`an sha / tsan tan sha
Japanese sandan setsu
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

讚歎殺


讚歎杀

see styles
Mandarin zàn tàn shā / zan4 tan4 sha1
Taiwan tsan t`an sha / tsan tan sha
Japanese santan setsu
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

豆沙

see styles
Mandarin dòu shā / dou4 sha1
Taiwan tou sha
Chinese sweetened bean paste

豆沙包

see styles
Mandarin dòu shā bāo / dou4 sha1 bao1
Taiwan tou sha pao
Chinese bean paste bun

貓沙

see styles
Mandarin māo shā / mao1 sha1
Taiwan mao sha
Chinese cat litter; kitty litter

費迦沙


费迦沙

see styles
Mandarin fèi jiā shā / fei4 jia1 sha1
Taiwan fei chia sha
Japanese Hikasha
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

賣傻

see styles
Mandarin mài shǎ / mai4 sha3
Taiwan mai sha
Chinese to play stupid; to act like an idiot

跋利沙

see styles
Mandarin bá lì shā / ba2 li4 sha1
Taiwan pa li sha
Japanese barisha
varṣās, cf. 雨 the rains.

跋盧沙


跋卢沙

see styles
Mandarin bá lú shā / ba2 lu2 sha1
Taiwan pa lu sha
Japanese Barosha
Varuṣa, now Attock, east of Peshawar.

路沙卡

see styles
Mandarinshā/ lu4 sha1 ka3
Taiwan lu sha k`a / lu sha ka
Chinese Lusaka, capital of Zambia (Tw)

踩剎車

see styles
Mandarin cǎi shā chē / cai3 sha1 che1
Taiwan ts`ai sha ch`e / tsai sha che
Chinese to step on the brake; to brake (when driving)

輕紗

see styles
Mandarin qīng shā / qing1 sha1
Taiwan ch`ing sha / ching sha
Chinese light muslin; gauze

輸沙量

see styles
Mandarin shū shā liàng / shu1 sha1 liang4
Taiwan shu sha liang
Chinese quantity of sand (transported by a river); sediment content

辰砂

see styles
Mandarin chén shā / chen2 sha1
Taiwan ch`en sha / chen sha
Japanese shinsa / しんさ
Chinese cinnabar
Japanese (1) cinnabar; cinnabarite; (2) cinnabar lacquer; cinnabar lacquerware; (female given name) Shinsa

迦利沙

see styles
Mandarin jiā lì shā / jia1 li4 sha1
Taiwan chia li sha
Japanese karisha
(迦利沙那) karṣa, karṣana; dragging, pulling, ploughing; a weight, intp. as half a Chinese ounce.

迦沙

see styles
Mandarin jiā shā / jia1 sha1
Taiwan chia sha
Japanese kasha
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

迦沙曳

see styles
Mandarin jiā shā yè / jia1 sha1 ye4
Taiwan chia sha yeh
Japanese kashaei
(or 迦沙野 or 迦沙異 or 迦羅沙曳 or 迦羅沙野 or 迦羅沙異) kaṣāya, a monk's dyed robe, in contrast with white lay garb.

迦沙異


迦沙异

see styles
Mandarin jiā shā yì / jia1 sha1 yi4
Taiwan chia sha i
Japanese kashai
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

迦沙野

see styles
Mandarin jiā shā yě / jia1 sha1 ye3
Taiwan chia sha yeh
Japanese kashaya
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

追殺

see styles
Mandarin zhuī shā / zhui1 sha1
Taiwan chui sha
Chinese to chase to kill

逋沙

see styles
Mandarinshā / bu1 sha1
Taiwan pu sha
Japanese hosha
puruṣa, v. 布; (Skt. puṣya)

逋沙他

see styles
Mandarinshā/ bu1 sha1 ta1
Taiwan pu sha t`a / pu sha ta
Japanese hoshata
upavasatha, a fast day.

過恆沙


过恒沙

see styles
Mandarin guō héng shā / guo1 heng2 sha1
Taiwan kuo heng sha
Japanese ka gōsha
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

鄔婆沙


邬婆沙

see styles
Mandarin wū pó shā / wu1 po2 sha1
Taiwan wu p`o sha / wu po sha
Japanese ubasha
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

醍鞞沙

see styles
Mandarin tí bǐng shā / ti2 bing3 sha1
Taiwan t`i ping sha / ti ping sha
Japanese daihisha
dveṣa, hatred, dislike; (Skt. dveṣa)

金刹

see styles
Mandarin jīn shā / jin1 sha1
Taiwan chin sha
Japanese konsetsu
A "golden" pagoda; the nine "golden" circles on top of a pagoda; golden pagoda

金剛刹


金刚刹

see styles
Mandarin jīn gāng shā / jin1 gang1 sha1
Taiwan chin kang sha
Japanese kongō setsu
vajrakṣetra, a vajra or Buddhist monastery or building; (Skt. vajrakṣetra)

金剛砂

see styles
Mandarin jīn gāng shā / jin1 gang1 sha1
Taiwan chin kang sha
Japanese kongousha / kongosha / こんごうしゃ
Chinese carborundum; emery
Japanese emery (powder)

金夏沙

see styles
Mandarin jīn xià shā / jin1 xia4 sha1
Taiwan chin hsia sha
Chinese Kinshasa, capital of the Democratic Republic of the Congo (Tw)

金沙

see styles
Mandarin jīn shā / jin1 sha1
Taiwan chin sha
Japanese konsha
Chinese Jinsha county in Bijie prefecture 畢節地區|毕节地区[Bi4 jie2 di4 qu1], Guizhou; Chinsha town in Kinmen County 金門縣|金门县[Jin1 men2 xian4] (Kinmen or Quemoy islands), Taiwan
Golden-sand (river), an imaginary river in the Nirvana Sutra 10. Also the Hiraṇyavatī, v. 尸; golden sand

金沙江

see styles
Mandarin jīn shā jiāng / jin1 sha1 jiang1
Taiwan chin sha chiang
Japanese kimushakou / kimushako / きむしゃこう
Chinese Jinsha river, upper reaches of Yangtze river or Changjiang 長江|长江 in Sichuan and Yunnan
Japanese (personal name) Kimushakou

金沙縣

see styles
Mandarin jīn shā xiàn / jin1 sha1 xian4
Taiwan chin sha hsien
Chinese Jinsha county in Bijie prefecture 畢節地區|毕节地区[Bi4 jie2 di4 qu1], Guizhou

金沙薩

see styles
Mandarin jīn shā sà / jin1 sha1 sa4
Taiwan chin sha sa
Chinese Kinshasa, capital of Zaire

金沙鎮

see styles
Mandarin jīn shā zhèn / jin1 sha1 zhen4
Taiwan chin sha chen
Chinese Chinsha town in Kinmen County 金門縣|金门县[Jin1 men2 xian4] (Kinmen or Quemoy islands), Taiwan

鋯英砂

see styles
Mandarin gào yīng shā / gao4 ying1 sha1
Taiwan kao ying sha
Chinese zircon sand (zirconium ore)

錘頭鯊

see styles
Mandarin chuí tóu shā / chui2 tou2 sha1
Taiwan ch`ui t`ou sha / chui tou sha
Chinese a hammerhead shark

鎂砂

see styles
Mandarin měi shā / mei3 sha1
Taiwan mei sha
Chinese magnesium oxide (refractory material)

see styles
Mandarin shā / sha1
Taiwan sha
Chinese spear; to cripple (literary)

鐵砂

see styles
Mandarin tiě shā / tie3 sha1
Taiwan t`ieh sha / tieh sha
Chinese shot (in shotgun); pellets

鑊沙


镬沙

see styles
Mandarin huò shā / huo4 sha1
Taiwan huo sha
Japanese Washa
烏鎩 Ōsh, or Ūsh, 'an ancient kingdom north of the Śītā, probably the present Ingachar'; possibly Uch-Turfān or Yangishahr, 依耐 or 英吉沙爾.

長沙

see styles
Mandarin cháng shā / chang2 sha1
Taiwan ch`ang sha / chang sha
Chinese Changsha prefecture level city and capital of Hunan province in south central China

長沙市

see styles
Mandarin cháng shā shì / chang2 sha1 shi4
Taiwan ch`ang sha shih / chang sha shih
Chinese Changsha prefecture level city and capital of Hunan province in south central China

長沙灣

see styles
Mandarin cháng shā wān / chang2 sha1 wan1
Taiwan ch`ang sha wan / chang sha wan
Chinese Cheung Sha Wan (poultry market in Hong Kong)

長沙縣

see styles
Mandarin cháng shā xiàn / chang2 sha1 xian4
Taiwan ch`ang sha hsien / chang sha hsien
Chinese Changsha county in Changsha 長沙|长沙[Chang2 sha1], Hunan

阿伊莎

see styles
Mandarin ā yī shā / a1 yi1 sha1
Taiwan a i sha
Rank Holder
Chinese Ayshe, Aise or Ayesha (name); Aishah bint Abi Bakr (c. 614-678), youngest wife of prophet Mohamed 穆罕默德[Mu4 han3 mo4 de2]

阿依莎

see styles
Mandarin ā yī shā / a1 yi1 sha1
Taiwan a i sha
Chinese Ayshe, Aise or Ayesha (name); Aishah bint Abi Bakr (c. 614-678), youngest wife of prophet Mohamed 穆罕默德[Mu4 han3 mo4 de2]; also written 阿伊莎

阿利沙

see styles
Mandarin ā lì shā / a1 li4 sha1
Taiwan a li sha
Japanese arisa / ありさ
Japanese (female given name) Arisa
(or阿黎沙) ārṣa, connected with the ṛṣis, or holy men; especially their religious utterances in verse 阿利沙偈; also a title of a buddha.

阿沙力

see styles
Mandarin ā shā/ a1 sha1 li4
Taiwan a sha li
Chinese variant of 阿莎力[a1 sha1 li4]

阿沙荼

see styles
Mandarin ā shā/ a1 sha1 tu2
Taiwan a sha t`u / a sha tu
Japanese Ashada
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

阿沙陀

see styles
Mandarin ā shā tuó / a1 sha1 tuo2
Taiwan a sha t`o / a sha to
Japanese Ashada
āṣāḍha, 阿沙荼; 頞沙荼 the fourth month, part of June and July. Name of a monk. Aṣāḍā, an Indian constellation comprising箕 and 斗, stars in Sagittarius. Cf. 阿薩多.

阿莎力

see styles
Mandarin ā shā/ a1 sha1 li4
Taiwan a sha li
Chinese (coll.) straightforward; unreserved; openhearted (Tw) (loanword from Japanese "assari")

阿黎沙

see styles
Mandarin ā lí shā / a1 li2 sha1
Taiwan a li sha
Japanese areisha
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

隨喜殺


随喜杀

see styles
Mandarin suí xǐ shā / sui2 xi3 sha1
Taiwan sui hsi sha
Japanese zuikisetsu
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

雙髻鯊

see styles
Mandarin shuāng jì shā / shuang1 ji4 sha1
Taiwan shuang chi sha
Chinese hammerhead shark

離殺


离杀

see styles
Mandarinshā / li2 sha1
Taiwan li sha
Japanese risetsu
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

雲沙

see styles
Mandarin yún shā / yun2 sha1
Taiwan yün sha
Chinese muscovite, mica (used in TCM); Muscovitum

see styles
Mandarin shà / sha4
Taiwan sha
Chinese all of a sudden; drizzle

霎時

see styles
Mandarin shà shí / sha4 shi2
Taiwan sha shih
Chinese in a split second

霎時間

see styles
Mandarin shà shí jiān / sha4 shi2 jian1
Taiwan sha shih chien
Chinese in a split second

霎眼

see styles
Mandarin shà yǎn / sha4 yan3
Taiwan sha yen
Chinese to blink; in an instant; in the twinkle of an eye

霎那

see styles
Mandarin shà/ sha4 na4
Taiwan sha na
Chinese see 剎那|刹那[cha4 na4]

霎霎

see styles
Mandarin shà shà / sha4 sha4
Taiwan sha sha
Chinese (onom.) falling rain; chilly air; cold wind

面紗

see styles
Mandarin miàn shā / mian4 sha1
Taiwan mien sha
Chinese veil

鞞殺社

see styles
Mandarin bǐng shā shè / bing3 sha1 she4
Taiwan ping sha she
v. 藥 bhaiṣajya, healing, medical, remedial.

鞞沙門

see styles
Mandarin bǐng shā mén / bing3 sha1 men2
Taiwan ping sha men
v. 毘 Vaiśravaṇa.

頞沙荼

see styles
Mandarin è shā/ e4 sha1 tu2
Taiwan o sha t`u / o sha tu
Āṣādha, the first month of summer, 16th of 4th Chinese moon to 15th of 5th.

頭紗

see styles
Mandarin tóu shā / tou2 sha1
Taiwan t`ou sha / tou sha
Chinese wedding veil; gauze headscarf or veil

風沙

see styles
Mandarin fēng shā / feng1 sha1
Taiwan feng sha
Japanese fuusa / fusa / ふうさ
Chinese sand blown by wind; sandstorm
Japanese (female given name) Fuusa

食人鯊

see styles
Mandarin shí rén shā / shi2 ren2 sha1
Taiwan shih jen sha
Chinese man-eating shark; same as 大白鯊|大白鲨[da4 bai2 sha1], great white shark (Carcharodon carcharias)

香刹

see styles
Mandarin xiāng shā / xiang1 sha1
Taiwan hsiang sha
An incense kṣetra, i.e. a monastery.

馬殺雞

see styles
Mandarinshā/ ma3 sha1 ji1
Taiwan ma sha chi
Chinese massage (loanword)

馬莎

see styles
Mandarinshā / ma3 sha1
Taiwan ma sha
Chinese Marks and Spencers, UK retail chain; Martha (name)

see styles
Mandarin shā / sha1
Taiwan sha
Chinese shark family, including some rays and skates

see styles
Mandarin shā / sha1
Taiwan sha
Japanese haze / はぜ
Chinese shark
Japanese (1) goby (fish); (2) yellowfin goby (Acanthogobius flavimanus)

鯊魚

see styles
Mandarin shā/ sha1 yu2
Taiwan sha
Chinese shark

鯨鯊

see styles
Mandarin jīng shā / jing1 sha1
Taiwan ching sha
Chinese whale shark

鳳刹

see styles
Mandarin fèng shā / feng4 sha1
Taiwan feng sha
Phœnix'-kṣetra, a term for a Buddhist temple.

麻紗

see styles
Mandarinshā / ma2 sha1
Taiwan ma sha
Japanese masa / まさ    saasha / sasha / さーしゃ    asa / あさ
Chinese linen or cotton fabric
Japanese (female given name) Masa; (female given name) Sa-sha; (female given name) Asa

黑紗

see styles
Mandarin hēi shā / hei1 sha1
Taiwan hei sha
Chinese black armband

鼬鯊

see styles
Mandarin yòu shā / you4 sha1
Taiwan yu sha
Chinese tiger shark

鼻婆沙

see styles
Mandarin bí pó shā / bi2 po2 sha1
Taiwan pi p`o sha / pi po sha
see 毘, Vibhāṣā.

龍沙

see styles
Mandarin lóng shā / long2 sha1
Taiwan lung sha
Chinese Longsha district of Qiqihar city 齊齊哈爾|齐齐哈尔[Qi2 qi2 ha1 er3], Heilongjiang

龍沙區

see styles
Mandarin lóng shā qū / long2 sha1 qu1
Taiwan lung sha ch`ü / lung sha chü
Chinese Longsha district of Qiqihar city 齊齊哈爾|齐齐哈尔[Qi2 qi2 ha1 er3], Heilongjiang
Click here for more sha results from our dictionary

Search for Sha in my Japanese & Chinese Dictionary


The following table may be helpful for those studying Chinese or Japanese...

Title CharactersRomaji(Romanized Japanese)Various forms of Romanized Chinese
Shark
hazeshā / sha1 / sha
Sand sunashā / sha1 / sha
Sand
Gravel
sunashā / sha1 / sha
Kill
Slaughter
Murder
Butcher

satsushā / sha1 / sha
Avenger復讐者fuku shuu sha
fukushuusha
fuku shu sha
fukushusha
Rank Holder有段者yuu dan sha
yuudansha
yu dan sha
yudansha
yǒu duàn zhě
you3 duan4 zhe3
you duan zhe
youduanzhe
yu tuan che
yutuanche
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.



Successful Chinese Character and Japanese Kanji calligraphy searches within the last few hours...

Achieve Inner Peace
Aikido
Angel
Balance
Bear
Black
Blessing
Brave Heart
Chaos
Confidence
Destiny
Devil
Dream
Energy
Enso
Family
Family Over Everything
Father
Feng Shui
Fire
Fire Dragon
Follow Your Dreams
Follow Your Heart
Forever
Future
Good Fortune
Grace
Gratitude
Hanawa
Happy Birthday
Happy Life
Harmony
Heart Sutra
Heaven
Holy Spirit
Honor
Independence
Inner Peace and Serenity
Jeet Kune Do
Justice
Kingdom of Heaven
Kung Fu
Lightning
Live Laugh Love
Love
Loyalty
Mixed Martial Arts
Muhammad
Music
Nature
Never Give Up
New Beginning New Life
Noble
Once in a Lifetime
Pain
Peace and Happiness
Phoenix
Phoenix Rise from the Ashes
Power
Protect
Pure
Responsibility
River
Samurai
Saudi
Self-Discipline
Shogun
Silence
Sing
Spiritual Strength
Strength
Tai Chi
Tao Te Ching
The Dao of Filial Piety
Tiger
Tiger Spirit
Together
Trust
Truth
Vitality
Water
Wing Chun

All of our calligraphy wall scrolls are handmade.

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.

Allow a few weeks for delivery. Rush service speeds it up by a week or two for $10!

When you select your calligraphy, you'll be taken to another page where you can choose various custom options.


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.


Check out my lists of Japanese Kanji Calligraphy Wall Scrolls and Old Korean Hanja Calligraphy Wall Scrolls.

Some people may refer to this entry as Sha Kanji, Sha Characters, Sha in Mandarin Chinese, Sha Characters, Sha in Chinese Writing, Sha in Japanese Writing, Sha in Asian Writing, Sha Ideograms, Chinese Sha symbols, Sha Hieroglyphics, Sha Glyphs, Sha in Chinese Letters, Sha Hanzi, Sha in Japanese Kanji, Sha Pictograms, Sha in the Chinese Written-Language, or Sha in the Japanese Written-Language.