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謝謝 / 謝々 is how to say thank you in Chinese. It is pronounced a bit like "shea shea" as in the English word for shea butter. Except you pronounce the X like "sh" but with your tongue firmly at the bottom of your mouth.
Unless you are putting this wall scroll near the exit of your store or restaurant to thank customers for coming, it is a bit of an odd selection. A gift of thanks to another person should be a more personal selection with more meaning than a simple thank you. Although common to write xie xie inside a card or letter of thanks.
Technically, this can be pronounced in Japanese but in Japan, it's still the Chinese way to say thank you. It's like an English speaker saying "gracias" (Spanish word for thank you).
Below are some entries from our dictionary that may match your xie xie search...
If shown, 2nd row is Simp. Chinese
|Simple Dictionary Definition|
| xiè / xie4
shii / shi しぇ
| to thank; to apologize; to wither (of flowers, leaves etc); to decline; surname Xie
(surname) Ja; (surname) Shiyachi; (surname) Shiya; (surname) Sha; (surname) Shie; (surname) She; (surname) Aya
To thank; return (with thanks), decline; fall; apologize; accept with thanks; to disappear
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| xiè / xie4
| to get rid of; to discharge; to dredge; surname Xie
| xiè / xie4
| to blend; to adjust; to harmonize; harmony; surname Xie
| jiè // jiě // xiè / jie4 // jie3 // xie4
chieh // hsieh
| acrobatic display (esp. on horseback) (old); variant of 懈[xie4] and 邂[xie4] (old); to transport under guard; to divide; to break up; to split; to separate; to dissolve; to solve; to melt; to remove; to untie; to loosen; to open; to emancipate; to explain; to understand; to know; a solution; a dissection; surname Xie
solution (of equation); (surname) Shie; (given name) Satoru; (surname, given name) Kai
To unloose, let go, release, untie, disentangle, explain, expound; intp. by mokṣa, mukti, vimokṣa, vimukti, cf. 解脫; liberation
| jié // xié / jie2 // xie2
chieh // hsieh
| (of a bird) to fly upwards; (of the neck) stiff; to confiscate; legendary dog-like animal (old); surname Xie
| xiè hè / xie4 he4
| Xie He (479-502), portrait painter from Qi of Southern dynasties 南齊
| niè pán jīng / nie4 pan2 jing1
nieh p`an ching / nieh pan ching
| the Nirvana sutra: every living thing has Buddha nature.
Nirvāṇa Sūtra. There are two versions, one the Hīnayāna, the other the Mahāyāna, both of which are translated into Chinese, in several versions, and there are numerous treatises on them. Hīnayāna: 佛般泥洹經 Mahaparinirvāṇa Sūtra, tr. by Po Fazu A.D. 290-306 of the Western Chin dynasty, B.N. 552. 大般涅槃經 tr. by Faxian, B.N. 118. 般泥洹經 translator unknown. These are different translations of the same work. In the Āgamas 阿含there is also a Hīnayāna Nirvāṇa Sūtra. Mahāyāna: 佛說方等般泥洹經 Caturdāraka-samādhi Sūtra, tr. by Dharmarakṣa of the Western Chin A.D. 265-316, B. N. 116. 大般泥洹經 Mahaparinirvāṇa Sūtra, tr. by Faxian, together with Buddhabhadra of the Eastern Chin, A.D. 317-420, B. N. 120, being a similar and incomplete translation of B. N. 113, 114. 四童子三昧經 Caturdāraka-samādhi Sūtra, tr. by Jñānagupta of the Sui dynasty, A. D. 589-618, B.N. 121. The above three differ, though they are the first part of the Nirvāṇa Sūtra of the Mahāyāna. The complete translation is 大般涅槃經 tr. by Dharmarakṣa A.D. 423, B.N. 113; v. a partial translation of fasc. 12 and 39 by Beal, in his Catena of Buddhist Scriptures, pp. 160-188. It is sometimes called 北本 or Northern Book, when compared with its revision, the Southern Book, i.e. 南方大般涅槃經 Mahaparinirvāṇa Sūtra, produced in Jianye, the modem Nanjing, by two Chinese monks, Huiyan and Huiguan, and a literary man, Xie Lingyun. B.N. 114. 大般涅槃經後分 The latter part of the Mahaparinirvāṇa Sūtra tr. by Jñānabhadra together with Huining and others of the Tang dynasty, B.N. 115, a continuation of the last chapter of B.N. 113 and 114.
| xiè líng yùn / xie4 ling2 yun4
hsieh ling yün
| Xie Lingyun (385-433) poet during Song of the Southern Dynasties 南朝宋
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition
The following table may be helpful for those studying Chinese or Japanese...
|Title||Characters||Romaji(Romanized Japanese)||Various forms of Romanized Chinese|
|謝謝 / 謝々|
|shie shie / shieshie||xiè xie / xie4 xie / xie xie / xiexie||hsieh hsieh / hsiehhsieh|
|In some entries above you will see that characters have different versions above and below a line.|
In these cases, the characters above the line are Traditional Chinese, while the ones below are Simplified Chinese.
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