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There are 34 total results for your Anjan search.

Characters Pronunciation
Romanization
Simple Dictionary Definition

禪河


禅河

see styles
chán hé
    chan2 he2
ch`an ho
    chan ho
 zenka
The dhyāna river, i.e. the mystic trance like a river extinguishes the fires of the mind. The 尼連禪 river Nairaṅjanā (Niladyan), which flows past Gayā.

連河


连河

see styles
lián hé
    lian2 he2
lien ho
 renga
    れんが
(surname) Renga
The Nairaṅjanā river v. 尼; 希.

龍河


龙河

see styles
lóng hé
    long2 he2
lung ho
 ryouga / ryoga
    りょうが
(personal name) Ryōga
Another name for the river Nairaṅjanā, cf. 尼.

尼連禪


尼连禅

see styles
ní lián chán
    ni2 lian2 chan2
ni lien ch`an
    ni lien chan
 Nirenzen
(尼連禪那) Nairaṅjanā, 尼連河; 希連禪 (or 希連河) The Nīlājan that flows past Gaya, 'an eastern tributary of the Phalgu. ' Eitel.

干闍那


干阇那

see styles
gān shén à
    gan1 shen2 a4
kan shen a
 kanjana
建折那 kāñcana, golden; i. e. a tree, a shrub of the same type, with golden hue, described as of the leguminous order; perhaps the Kunjara. Wrongly written 于 (or 那) 于闍羅 and 千闍那.

豆板醤

see styles
 toobanjan
    トーバンジャン
broad bean chili paste (Chinese seasoning) (chi: doubanjiang)

豆瓣醤

see styles
 toobanjan
    トーバンジャン
(out-dated kanji) broad bean chili paste (Chinese seasoning) (chi: doubanjiang)

詹江布爾


詹江布尔

see styles
zhān jiāng bù ěr
    zhan1 jiang1 bu4 er3
chan chiang pu erh
Janjanbureh river and city in Gambia

関ジャニ

see styles
 kanjani
    かんジャニ
(group) Kanjani Eight (boy band)

サンジャン

see styles
 sanjan
    サンジャン
(place-name) Saint Jean; Saint-Jean (Canada)

マンジャン

see styles
 manjan
    マンジャン
(personal name) Mangin

拉夫桑賈尼


拉夫桑贾尼

see styles
lā fū sāng jiǎ ní
    la1 fu1 sang1 jia3 ni2
la fu sang chia ni
Akbar Hashemi Rafsanjani

関ジャニ∞

see styles
 kanjanieito / kanjanieto
    かんジャニエイト
(group) Kanjani Eight (boy band)

阿誓單闍那


阿誓单阇那

see styles
ā shì dān shé nà
    a1 shi4 dan1 she2 na4
a shih tan she na
 aseitanjana
(or 阿恃單闍那) ajitaṃjaya, invincible, a charm for entering the meditation on invincibility. Cf. 阿恃.

カーンジャン

see styles
 kaanjan / kanjan
    カーンジャン
(personal name) Khanjian

カザンジャン

see styles
 kazanjan
    カザンジャン
(personal name) Kazanjian

グランジャン

see styles
 guranjan
    グランジャン
(personal name) Grandjean

ザンジャーン

see styles
 zanjaan / zanjan
    ザンジャーン
(place-name) Zanjan (Iran)

冗談じゃない

see styles
 joudanjanai / jodanjanai
    じょうだんじゃない
(expression) it's no joke; gimme a break!

アンジャネット

see styles
 anjanetto
    アンジャネット
(personal name) Anjanette

グランジャニー

see styles
 guranjanii / guranjani
    グランジャニー
(personal name) Grandjany

サンジャンビエ

see styles
 sanjanbie
    サンジャンビエ
(place-name) Saint Janvier

ナルバンジャン

see styles
 narubanjan
    ナルバンジャン
(personal name) Nalbandyan

パンジャン海峡

see styles
 panjankaikyou / panjankaikyo
    パンジャンかいきょう
(place-name) Selat Pandjang (channel)

ラフサンジャニ

see styles
 rafusanjani
    ラフサンジャニ
(personal name) Rafsanjani

自慢じゃないが

see styles
 jimanjanaiga
    じまんじゃないが
(expression) I don't want to boast but

アーンジャニュー

see styles
 aanjanyuu / anjanyu
    アーンジャニュー
(personal name) Aunjanue

サンジャンゴルフ

see styles
 sanjangorufu
    サンジャンゴルフ
(place-name) Saint Gingolph

パダンパンジャン

see styles
 padanpanjan
    パダンパンジャン
(place-name) Padangpandjang

パンジャンドラム

see styles
 panjandoramu
    パンジャンドラム
(hist) Panjandrum (rocket-propelled, explosive-laden cart designed by the British military during WWII); The Great Panjandrum

サンジャンドリュズ

see styles
 sanjandoryuzu
    サンジャンドリュズ
(place-name) Saint-Jean-de-Luz

テュローダンジャン

see styles
 teuroodanjan
    テュローダンジャン
(personal name) Thureau-Dangin

Variations:
豆板醤
豆瓣醤(oK)

see styles
 toobanjan
    トーバンジャン
{food} doubanjiang (Chinese broad bean chili paste) (chi: dòubànjiàng)

Variations:
しゃんしゃん
シャンシャン

see styles
 janjan; janjan
    じゃんじゃん; ジャンジャン
(adv,adv-to) (1) (onomatopoeic or mimetic word) clanging (of a bell); jangling; ding-dong; (adverb) (2) (onomatopoeic or mimetic word) continuously; incessantly; one after another; rapidly; plentifully; freely

Entries with 2nd row of characters: The 2nd row is Simplified Chinese.

This page contains 34 results for "Anjan" in Chinese and/or Japanese.



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