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Characters Pronunciation
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 anju / あんじゅ (female given name) Anju


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ān zhù / an1 zhu4
an chu
 anjuu / anju / あんじゅう
(noun/participle) (1) living in peace; living a quiet life; (noun/participle) (2) being content with one's present position; being satisfied with one's lot; (surname) Yazumi


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ān shòu / an1 shou4
an shou


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 anchu / アンチュ (place-name) Anju (North Korea)


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 anju / あんじゅ (female given name) Anju


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ān zhǔ / an1 zhu3
an chu
 anju;anshu / あんじゅ;あんしゅ
owner of a hermitage; abbess; prioress; nun in charge of a Buddhist convent
master of a hermitage


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 anju / あんじゅ (female given name) Anju


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 anshu;anju / あんしゅ;あんじゅ ordination; laying on of hands


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 anju / あんじゅ (female given name) Anju


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 anju / あんじゅ (female given name) Anju


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 anju / あんじゅ    anshou / ansho / あんしょう (noun/participle) recitation; reciting from memory


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 anju / あんじゅ (personal name) Anju


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 anju / あんじゅ (female given name) Anju


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 anju / あんじゅ (personal name) Anju


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 anju / あんじゅ    anshou / ansho / あんしょう (noun/participle) recitation; reciting from memory


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 anju / あんじゅ (female given name) Anju


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 anju / あんじゅ (female given name) Anju


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 anju / あんじゅ (female given name) Anju


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 anju / あんじゅ (female given name) Anju


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shàn ān zhù / shan4 an1 zhu4
shan an chu
 zen anjū


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duō ān zhù / duo1 an1 zhu4
to an chu
 ta anjū
ample abiding [in meditation]


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ān zhù xiàng / an1 zhu4 xiang4
an chu hsiang
 anjū sō
the mark of being stably rooted



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ān jū qū / an1 ju1 qu1
an chü ch`ü / an chü chü
Anju district of Suining city 遂寧市|遂宁市[Sui4 ning2 shi4], Sichuan


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 anjuu / anju / あんじゅう (place-name) Anjuu


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 anju / あんじゅ (female given name) Anju


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zhèng ān zhù / zheng4 an1 zhu4
cheng an chu
 shō anjū
to properly commit


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néng ān zhù / neng2 an1 zhu4
neng an chu
 nō anjū
able to abide


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bù zhèng ān zhù / bu4 zheng4 an1 zhu4
pu cheng an chu
 fushō anjū
not lasting


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bù néng ān zhù / bu4 neng2 an1 zhu4
pu neng an chu
 fu nō anjū
cannot stabilize


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jù zú ān zhù / ju4 zu2 an1 zhu4
chü tsu an chu
 gusoku anjū
perfectly steadfastness



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xǐ lè ān zhù / xi3 le4 an1 zhu4
hsi le an chu
 kiaku anjū
abide contentedly in


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ān zhù qí xīn / an1 zhu4 qi2 xin1
an chu ch`i hsin / an chu chi hsin
 anjū go shin
having settled [his] mind; thoughts


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ān zhù fán zhù / an1 zhu4 fan2 zhu4
an chu fan chu
 anjū bonjū
abides in unenlightened stages



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ān zhù lǜ yí / an1 zhu4 lv4 yi2
an chu lü i
 anjū ritsugi
one who maintains the retraints



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ān zhù zhǒng xìng / an1 zhu4 zhong3 xing4
an chu chung hsing
 anjū shushō
established in a spiritual family



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ān zhù wéi fàn / an1 zhu4 wei2 fan4
an chu wei fan
 anjū ibon
violate the peace


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ān shòu kǔ rěn / an1 shou4 ku3 ren3
an shou k`u jen / an shou ku jen
 anju ku nin
patience under suffering


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 anjumira / あんじゅミラ (person) Anju Mira (1960.3.30-)


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 manaanju / mananju / まなあんじゅ (person) Mana Anju


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néng zhèng ān zhù / neng2 zheng4 an1 zhu4
neng cheng an chu
 nō shō anjū
properly abide


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zú shàn ān zhù / zu2 shan4 an1 zhu4
tsu shan an chu
 soku zen anjū
[the feet] stand firmly


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 suzukianju / すずきあんじゅ (person) Suzuki Anju (1969.9-)


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 anjuu / anju / アンジュー (place-name) Anjou (France); Anzieu



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ān shòu zhòng kǔ rěn / an1 shou4 zhong4 ku3 ren3
an shou chung k`u jen / an shou chung ku jen
 anju shuku nin
patiently and willingly enduring sufferings



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ān zhù bù tuì zhuǎn dì / an1 zhu4 bu4 tui4 zhuan3 di4
an chu pu t`ui chuan ti / an chu pu tui chuan ti
 anjū fu taiten chi
abides in the stage of non-retrogression


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ān zhù dào jiū jìng dì / an1 zhu4 dao4 jiu1 jing4 di4
an chu tao chiu ching ti
 anjū tō kukyō chi
abiding arrival at the final stage



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ān zhù shèng yǒu dǐng dìng / an1 zhu4 sheng4 you3 ding3 ding4
an chu sheng yu ting ting
 anjū shōu chōjō
abides at the pinnacle of existence


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zú xià shàn ān zhù xiàng / zu2 xia4 shan4 an1 zhu4 xiang4
tsu hsia shan an chu hsiang
 sokka zen anjū sō
the mark of being stably grounded


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 anshou;anju(暗誦,諳誦)(ok) / ansho;anju(暗誦,諳誦)(ok) / あんしょう;あんじゅ(暗誦,諳誦)(ok) (noun/participle) recitation; reciting from memory


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zú shàn ān zhù den gàn dì xiàng / zu2 shan4 an1 zhu4 den3 gan4 di4 xiang4
tsu shan an chu den kan ti hsiang
 soku zen anjū tōanji sō
feet that are firmly planted on the earth in a balanced way

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

This page contains 50 results for "Anju" in Chinese and/or Japanese.

Information about this dictionary:

Apparently, we were the first ones who were crazy enough to think that western people might want a combined Chinese, Japanese, and Buddhist dictionary.

A lot of westerners can't tell the difference between Chinese and Japanese - and there is a reason for that. Chinese characters and even whole words were borrowed by Japan from the Chinese language in the 5th century. Much of the time, if a word or character is used in both languages, it will have the same or a similar meaning. However, this is not always true. Language evolves, and meanings independently change in each language.

Example: The Chinese character 湯 for soup (hot water) has come to mean bath (hot water) in Japanese. They have the same root meaning of "hot water", but a 湯屋 sign on a bathhouse in Japan would lead a Chinese person to think it was a "soup house" or a place to get a bowl of soup. See this: Japanese Bath House

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Chinese Buddhist terms come from Dictionary of Chinese Buddhist Terms by William Edward Soothill and Lewis Hodous. This is commonly referred to as "Soothill's'". It was first published in 1937 (and is now off copyright so we can use it here). Some of these definitions may be misleading, incomplete, or dated, but 95% of it is good information. Every professor who teaches Buddhism or Eastern Religion has a copy of this on their bookshelf. We incorporated these 16,850 entries into our dictionary database ourselves (it was lot of work).

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