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There are 26 total results for your Anup search.

Characters Pronunciation
Romanization
Simple Dictionary Definition

四清

see styles
sì qīng / si4 qing1
ssu ch`ing / ssu ching
the Four Cleanups Movement (1963-66); abbr. for 四清運動|四清运动[Si4 qing1 Yun4 dong4]

浄化

see styles
 jouka / joka / じょうか (noun/participle) (1) purification; (noun/participle) (2) cleanup (e.g. of politics); purge

大掃除

see styles
 oosouji / oosoji / おおそうじ (noun/participle) major cleanup; spring cleaning

尼樓陀


尼楼陀

see styles
ní lóu tuó / ni2 lou2 tuo2
ni lou t`o / ni lou to
 nirōda
nirodha, restraint, suppression, cessation, annihilation, tr. by 滅 extinction, the third of the four dogmas 四諦; with the breaking of the chain of karma there is left no further bond to reincarnation. Used in Anupūrva-nirodha, or 'successive terminaīons', i. e. nine successive stages of dhyāna. Cf. 尼彌留陀; (Skt. nirodha)

阿婆磨

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ā pó mó / a1 po2 mo2
a p`o mo / a po mo
 apama
anupma, applied to a buddha as無等等 of unequalled rank, cf. 阿娑磨.

アヌパム

see styles
 anupamu / アヌパム (personal name) Anupam

不滅不生


不灭不生

see styles
bù miè bù shēng / bu4 mie4 bu4 sheng1
pu mieh pu sheng
 fumetsu fushō
anirodhānupāda, neither dying nor being reborn, immortal, v. 不生; neither annihilated nor arisen

四清運動


四清运动

see styles
sì qīng yùn dòng / si4 qing1 yun4 dong4
ssu ch`ing yün tung / ssu ching yün tung
the Four Cleanups Movement (1963-66), which aimed to cleanse the politics, economy, organization and ideology of the Communist Party

無餘湼槃


无余湼槃

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wú yú niè pán / wu2 yu2 nie4 pan2
wu yü nieh p`an / wu yü nieh pan
 muyo nehan
(無餘依湼槃) anupadhiśeṣa, the nirvāṇa state in which exists no remainder of the karma of suffering; it is also the nirvāṇa of arhat extinction of body and mind, described as 無餘灰斷; nirvāṇa without remainder

ヌアヌパリ

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 nuanupari / ヌアヌパリ (place-name) Nuuanu Pali

功嘉葛刺思

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gōng jiā gé cì sī / gong1 jia1 ge2 ci4 si1
kung chia ko tz`u ssu / kung chia ko tzu ssu
 Kukakasekishi
Kun-dgah-grags, also named 膽巴 Danupa, a famous Tibetan monk of the thirteenth century, who had influence at the Mongol court under Kublai Khan and after, d. 1303.

後処理費用

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 atoshorihiyou / atoshorihiyo / あとしょりひよう after-treatment expenses (esp. nuclear waste); cleanup costs

アトサヌプリ

see styles
 atosanupuri / アトサヌプリ (place-name) Atosanupuri

アヌープガル

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 anuupugaru / anupugaru / アヌープガル (place-name) Anupgarh

コスマヌプリ

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 kosumanupuri / コスマヌプリ (place-name) Kosumanupuri

ピリカヌプリ

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 pirikanupuri / ピリカヌプリ (place-name) Pirikanupuri

アヌプシャール

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 anupushaaru / anupusharu / アヌプシャール (place-name) Anupshahr

クリーンアップ

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 kuriinapu / kurinapu / クリーンアップ (1) {baseb} (See クリーンアップトリオ) cleanup (hitter); (2) cleaning up

クリーンナップ

see styles
 kuriinnappu / kurinnappu / クリーンナップ cleanup

シタバヌプリ山

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 shitabanupuriyama / シタバヌプリやま (place-name) Shitabanupuriyama

アトサヌプリ原野

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 atosanupurigenya / アトサヌプリげんや (place-name) Atosanupurigenya

社會主義教育運動


社会主义教育运动

see styles
shè huì zhǔ yì jiào yù yùn dòng / she4 hui4 zhu3 yi4 jiao4 yu4 yun4 dong4
she hui chu i chiao yü yün tung
Socialist Education Movement (1963-66), formal name of the Four Cleanups Movement 四清運動|四清运动[Si4 qing1 Yun4 dong4]

クリーンアップトリオ

see styles
 kuriinaputorio / kurinaputorio / クリーンアップトリオ (baseb) third, fourth, and fifth batters (wasei: cleanup trio)

クリーンナップトリオ

see styles
 kuriinnapputorio / kurinnapputorio / クリーンナップトリオ (baseb) third, fourth, and fifth batters (wasei: cleanup trio)

中ヌプリケショマップ川

see styles
 nakanupurikeshomappugawa / なかヌプリケショマップがわ (place-name) Nakanupurikeshomappugawa

クリーンアップトリオ(P);クリーンナップトリオ

see styles
 kuriinaputorio(p);kuriinnapputorio / kurinaputorio(p);kurinnapputorio / クリーンアップトリオ(P);クリーンナップトリオ {baseb} third, fourth, and fifth batters (wasei: cleanup trio)

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

This page contains 26 results for "Anup" 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

This dictionary uses the EDICT and CC-CEDICT dictionary files.
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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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