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加拿大

see styles
jiā ná dà
    jia1 na2 da4
chia na ta

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Canada
Canada; Canadian

蒙特利爾


蒙特利尔

see styles
méng tè lì ěr
    meng2 te4 li4 er3
meng t`e li erh
    meng te li erh

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Montreal
Montreal, city in Quebec, Canada

阿爾伯塔


阿尔伯塔

see styles
ā ěr bó tǎ
    a1 er3 bo2 ta3
a erh po t`a
    a erh po ta

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Alberta
Alberta province of Canada, capital Edmonton 埃德蒙頓|埃德蒙顿[Ai1 de2 meng2 dun4]

see styles
jiā
    jia1
chia
 kuwae
    くわえ
to add; plus; (used after an adverb such as 不, 大, 稍 etc, and before a disyllabic verb, to indicate that the action of the verb is applied to something or sb previously mentioned); to apply (restrictions etc) to (sb); to give (support, consideration etc) to (something)
(1) addition; increase; (2) (abbreviation) (See 加奈陀) Canada; (surname) Kuwae
Add, added; increase; put on; to add

see styles

    ju2
chü
 tachibanadaka
    たちばなだか
mandarin orange (Citrus reticulata); tangerine
tachibana orange (Citrus tachibana); (surname) Tachibanadaka
mandarin orange


see styles
piǎo
    piao3
p`iao
    piao
 hanada
    はなだ
misty; indistinct
(abbreviation) light indigo; (female given name) Hanada

七滝

see styles
 nanadaru
    ななだる
(place-name) Nanadaru

加國


加国

see styles
jiā guó
    jia1 guo2
chia kuo
 kakuni
    かくに
Canada
(surname) Kakuni

加航

see styles
jiā háng
    jia1 hang2
chia hang
Air Canada

北灘

see styles
 kitanada
    きたなだ
(place-name) Kitanada

卑詩


卑诗

see styles
bēi shī
    bei1 shi1
pei shih
British Columbia, province of Canada (loanword from "BC")

天王

see styles
tiān wáng
    tian1 wang2
t`ien wang
    tien wang
 tennou / tenno
    てんのう
emperor; god; Hong Xiuquan's self-proclaimed title; see also 洪秀全[Hong2 Xiu4 quan2]
(1) {Buddh} heavenly king; (2) (See 牛頭天王) Gozu Tenno (deity said to be the Indian god Gavagriva); (place-name, surname) Tennou
Maharāja-devas; 四天王 Caturmahārāja. The four deva kings in the first or lowest devaloka, on its four sides. E. 持國天王 Dhṛtarāṣṭra. S. 增長天王 Virūḍhaka. W. 廣目天王 Virūpākṣa. N. 多聞天王 Dhanada, or Vaiśravaṇa. The four are said to have appeared to 不空 Amogha in a temple in Xianfu, some time between 742-6, and in consequence he introduced their worship to China as guardians of the monasteries, where their images are seen in the hall at the entrance, which is sometimes called the 天王堂 hall of the deva-kings. 天王 is also a designation of Siva the 大白在, i. e. Maheśvara 摩醯首羅, the great sovereign ruler; king of heaven

島灘

see styles
 shimanada
    しまなだ
(place-name) Shimanada

店立

see styles
 tanadate
    たなだて
(irregular okurigana usage) (noun/participle) eviction

日加

see styles
 nikka
    にっか
Japan and Canada

柳田

see styles
 yanada
    やなだ
(surname) Yanada

柳館

see styles
 yanadate
    やなだて
(surname) Yanadate

棚代

see styles
 tanadai
    たなだい
shelf space rent; shelf space fee

棚多

see styles
 tanada
    たなだ
(surname) Tanada

棚田

see styles
 tanada
    たなだ
terraced rice fields; (place-name, surname) Tanada

橘谷

see styles
 tachibanadani
    たちばなだに
(place-name) Tachibanadani

欲界

see styles
yù jiè
    yu4 jie4
yü chieh
 yokukai; yokkai
    よくかい; よっかい
{Buddh} (See 三界・1) desire realm
kāmadhātu. The realm, or realms, of in purgatory, hungry spirits, animals, asuras, men, and the six heavens of desire. so called because the beings in these states are dominated by desire. The kāmadhātu realms are given as: 地居 Bhauma. 虛曇天 Antarikṣa. 四天王天 Caturmaharājakayika [i.e. the realms of 持國天 Dhṛtarāṣtra, east; 增長天 Virūḍhaka, south; 廣目天 Virūpakṣa, west; 多聞天 Vai śramaṇa (Dhanada), north]. 忉利天 Trayastriṃśa. 兜率天 Tuṣita. 化樂天 Nirmāṇarati. 他化自在天 Paranirmitavaśavarin; desire realm

浅縹

see styles
 asahanada
    あさはなだ
pale indigo

渡加

see styles
 toga
    とが
(noun/participle) going to Canada; (surname) Toga

火灘

see styles
 kanada
    かなだ
(surname) Kanada

猿頬

see styles
 saruboo
    さるぼお
(1) cheek pouch (monkey, squirrel, etc.); (2) iron mask that covers the chin and cheeks (worn by samurai); (3) (abbreviation) Anadara kagoshimensis (species of ark clam)

田灘

see styles
 tanada
    たなだ
(surname) Tanada

畠田

see styles
 hanada
    はなだ
(surname) Hanada

真田

see styles
 manada
    まなだ
plait; braid; (surname) Manada

種足

see styles
 tanadare
    たなだれ
(place-name) Tanadare

穴平

see styles
 anadaira
    あなだいら
(place-name) Anadaira

簗平

see styles
 yanadaira
    やなだいら
(place-name) Yanadaira

簗田

see styles
 yanada
    やなだ
(surname) Yanada

縹色

see styles
 hanadairo
    はなだいろ
light indigo

美加

see styles
měi jiā
    mei3 jia1
mei chia
 yoshika
    よしか
US and Canada (abbr.)
(female given name) Yoshika

花台

see styles
 hanadai
    はなだい
stand for flower vase; (place-name) Hanadai

花棚

see styles
 hanadana
    はなだな
(surname) Hanadana

花滝

see styles
 hanadaki
    はなだき
(place-name) Hanadaki

花田

see styles
 hanada
    はなだ
(place-name, surname) Hanada

花立

see styles
 hanadate
    はなだて
(place-name, surname) Hanadate

花舘

see styles
 hanadate
    はなだて
(surname) Hanadate

花館

see styles
 hanadate
    はなだて
(place-name, surname) Hanadate

荒灘

see styles
 aranada
    あらなだ
(surname) Aranada

莫訶


莫诃

see styles
mù hē
    mu4 he1
mu ho
 maka
mahā, cf. 摩; Mahī, or Mahānada, a small river in Magadha, and one flowing into the gulf of Cambay.

華立

see styles
 hanadate
    はなだて

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(surname) Hanadate

虎灘

see styles
 toranada
    とらなだ
(surname) Toranada

金盥

see styles
 kanadarai
    かなだらい
metal basin

魚店

see styles
 sakanadana
    さかなだな
(See 魚屋) fish dealer

魚田

see styles
 sakanada
    さかなだ
(See 田楽焼き) skewered fish, coated with miso and cooked; (surname) Sakanada

鵂鶹


鸺鹠

see styles
xiū liú
    xiu1 liu2
hsiu liu
 Kuru
collared owlet (Glaucidium brodiei)
Ulūka, i.e. Kaṇāda, a celebrated philosopher, said to have lived "800 years" before Śākyamuni.

鼻高

see styles
 hanadaka
    はなだか
(noun or adjectival noun) (1) having a prominent nose; having a long nose; person with a prominent nose; (noun or adjectival noun) (2) prideful; boastful; prideful person; (3) (See 天狗・1) tengu; (place-name) Hanadaka

かなた

see styles
 kanada
    カナダ
(place-name) Canada

七大州

see styles
 nanadaishuu / nanadaishu
    ななだいしゅう
    shichidaishuu / shichidaishu
    しちだいしゅう
the Seven Continents

七大洲

see styles
 nanadaishuu / nanadaishu
    ななだいしゅう
    shichidaishuu / shichidaishu
    しちだいしゅう
the Seven Continents

三濱洋

see styles
 mihamanada
    みはまなだ
(surname) Mihamanada

上灘町

see styles
 uwanadachou / uwanadacho
    うわなだちょう
(place-name) Uwanadachō

上種足

see styles
 kamitanadare
    かみたなだれ
(place-name) Kamitanadare

上金田

see styles
 kamikanada
    かみかなだ
(place-name) Kamikanada

下柳田

see styles
 shimoyanada
    しもやなだ
(surname) Shimoyanada

下種足

see styles
 shimotanadare
    しもたなだれ
(place-name) Shimotanadare

中種足

see styles
 nakatanadare
    なかたなだれ
(place-name) Nakatanadare

中花田

see styles
 nakahanada
    なかはなだ
(surname) Nakahanada

中金田

see styles
 nakakanada
    なかかなだ
(place-name) Nakakanada

乙金台

see styles
 otoganadai
    おとがなだい
(place-name) Otoganadai

二十天

see styles
èr shí tiān
    er4 shi2 tian1
erh shih t`ien
    erh shih tien
 nijū ten
The twenty devas. (1) 大梵天王 (Mahābrahman), (2) 帝釋尊天(Śakra devānām Indra), (3) 多聞天王 (Vaiśravana, 毘沙門, or Dhanada), (4) 持國天王(Dhṛtarāṣṭra), (5) 增長天王 (Virūḍhaka), (6) 廣目天王 (Virūpākṣa), (7) 金剛密迹(?Gunyapati), (8) 摩醯首羅 (Maheśvara), (9) 散脂 (迦) 大將 (Pañcika), (10) 大辯才天 (Sarasvatī), (11) 大功德天 (Lakṣmī), (12) 韋驛天神 (Skanda), (13) 堅牢地神 (Pṛthivī), (14) 善提樹神 (Bodhidruma, or Bodhi-vṛkṣa), (15) 鬼子母神 (Hāritī), (16) 摩利支天 (Marīci), (17) 日宮天子 (Sūrya), (18) 月宮天子 (Candra, etc. There are many different names), (19) 裟竭龍王(Sāgara), (20) 閣摩羅王 (Yama-rāja); twenty celestials

仮名田

see styles
 kanada
    かなだ
(surname) Kanada

佐名田

see styles
 sanada
    さなだ
(surname) Sanada

佐奈田

see styles
 sanada
    さなだ
(surname) Sanada

六文銭

see styles
 rokumonsen
    ろくもんせん
(See 三途の川) crest of the Sanada clan (featuring six sen coins, trad. to pay for crossing the Sanzu River)

加奈陀

see styles
 kanada
    かなだ
(ateji / phonetic) (kana only) Canada; (place-name) Canada

勝論宗


胜论宗

see styles
shèng lùn zōng
    sheng4 lun4 zong1
sheng lun tsung
 Shōron shū
The Vaiśeṣika school of Indian philosophy, whose foundation is ascribed to Kaṇāda (Ulūka); he and his successors are respectfully styled 論師 or slightingly 論外道; the school, when combined with the Nyāya, is also known as Nyāya-vaiśeṣika .

北灘丁

see styles
 kitanadatei / kitanadate
    きたなだてい
(place-name) Kitanadatei

北灘丙

see styles
 kitanadahei / kitanadahe
    きたなだへい
(place-name) Kitanadahei

北灘乙

see styles
 kitanadaotsu
    きたなだおつ
(place-name) Kitanadaotsu

北灘湾

see styles
 kitanadawan
    きたなだわん
(place-name) Kitanadawan

北灘甲

see styles
 kitanadakou / kitanadako
    きたなだこう
(place-name) Kitanadakou

北灘町

see styles
 kitanadachou / kitanadacho
    きたなだちょう
(place-name) Kitanadachō

北花田

see styles
 kitahanada
    きたはなだ
(place-name) Kitahanada

北金田

see styles
 kitakanada
    きたかなだ
(place-name) Kitakanada

南花田

see styles
 minamihanada
    みなみはなだ
(place-name) Minamihanada

吉葉洋

see styles
 yoshibanada
    よしばなだ
(surname) Yoshibanada

和名田

see styles
 wanada
    わなだ
(place-name) Wanada

和名谷

see styles
 wanadani
    わなだに
(place-name) Wanadani

喜多灘

see styles
 kitanada
    きたなだ
(place-name) Kitanada

四天王

see styles
sì tiān wáng
    si4 tian1 wang2
ssu t`ien wang
    ssu tien wang
 shitennou / shitenno
    してんのう
(1) {Buddh} the Four Heavenly Kings (Dhrtarastra, Virudhaka, Virupaksa, and Vaisravana); (2) the big four (i.e. four leaders in a given field)
(四大天王) catur-mahārājas, or Lokapālas; the four deva-kings. Indra's external 'generals 'who dwell each on a side of Mount Meru, and who ward off from the world the attacks of malicious spirits, or asuras, hence their name 護世四天王 the four deva-kings, guardians of the world. Their abode is the 四天王天 catur-maharāja-kāyikas; and their titles are: East 持國天 Deva who keeps (his) kingdom; colour white; name Dhṛtarsaṣtra. South 增長天 Deva of increase and growth; blue; name Virūḍhaka. West 廣目天 The broad-eyed (also ugly-eyed) deva (perhaps a form of Siva); red; name Virūpākṣa. North 多聞天 The deva who hears much and is well-versed; yellow; name Vaiśravaṇa, or Dhanada; he is a form of Kuvera, the god of wealth. These are the four giant temple guardians introduced as such to China by Amogha; cf. 四天王經; four heavenly kings

多倫多


多伦多

see styles
duō lún duō
    duo1 lun2 duo1
to lun to
Toronto, capital of Ontario, Canada

多奈田

see styles
 tanada
    たなだ
(surname) Tanada

天草灘

see styles
 amakusanada
    あまくさなだ
(personal name) Amakusanada

家名田

see styles
 yanada
    やなだ
(surname) Yanada

對馬洋

see styles
 tsushimanada
    つしまなだ
(surname) Tsushimanada

小花谷

see styles
 ohanadani
    おはなだに
(place-name) Ohanadani

尾花台

see styles
 obanadai
    おばなだい
(place-name) Obanadai

山名田

see styles
 yamanada
    やまなだ
(surname) Yamanada

左奈田

see styles
 sanada
    さなだ
(surname) Sanada

師子吼


师子吼

see styles
shī zǐ hǒu
    shi1 zi3 hou3
shih tzu hou
 shishi ku
siṃhanāda. The lion's roar, a term designating authoritative or powerful preaching. As the lion's roar makes all animals tremble, subdues elephants, arrests birds in their light and fishes in the water, so Buddha's preaching overthrows all other religions, subdues devils, conquers heretics, and arrests the misery of life.

店立て

see styles
 tanadate
    たなだて
(noun/participle) eviction

播磨灘

see styles
 harimanada
    はりまなだ
(personal name) Harimanada

新金代

see styles
 shinkanadai
    しんかなだい
(place-name) Shinkanadai

日向灘

see styles
 hyuuganada / hyuganada
    ひゅうがなだ
(personal name) Hyuuganada

星穴岳

see styles
 hoshianadake
    ほしあなだけ
(place-name) Hoshianadake

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