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Romanization
Simple Dictionary Definition

刺客

see styles
cì kè / ci4 ke4
tz`u k`o / tzu ko
 shikaku;shikyaku / しかく;しきゃく
 Scroll
assassin
(noun - becomes adjective with の) (1) assassin; (noun or participle which takes the aux. verb suru) (2) to assassinate

忍術

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 ninjutsu / にんじゅつ
 Scroll
{MA} ninjutsu; combat and stealth techniques used by ninja for espionage, sabotage, assassination, etc.

see styles
/ ci4
tz`u / tzu
 shi / し
thorn; sting; thrust; to prick; to pierce; to stab; to assassinate; to murder
(See 名刺) calling card
to stab

兇刃

see styles
 kyoujin / kyojin / きょうじん (out-dated kanji) assassin's dagger

兇変

see styles
 kyouhen / kyohen / きょうへん (out-dated kanji) catastrophe; assassination; calamity; disaster

兇弾

see styles
 kyoudan / kyodan / きょうだん (out-dated kanji) assassin's bullet

兇手


凶手

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xiōng shǒu / xiong1 shou3
hsiung shou
 kyoushu / kyoshu / きょうしゅ
murderer; assassin
(out-dated kanji) assassin

兇殺


凶杀

see styles
xiōng shā / xiong1 sha1
hsiung sha
to murder; assassination

兇漢

see styles
 kyoukan / kyokan / きょうかん (out-dated kanji) villain; outlaw; assassin

凶刃

see styles
 kyoujin / kyojin / きょうじん assassin's dagger

凶変

see styles
 kyouhen / kyohen / きょうへん catastrophe; assassination; calamity; disaster

凶弾

see styles
 kyoudan / kyodan / きょうだん assassin's bullet

凶手

see styles
 kyoushu / kyoshu / きょうしゅ assassin

凶漢

see styles
 kyoukan / kyokan / きょうかん villain; outlaw; assassin

刺殺


刺杀

see styles
cì shā / ci4 sha1
tz`u sha / tzu sha
 shisatsu / しさつ
to assassinate; (military) to fight with a bayonet; (baseball) to put out (a baserunner)
(noun/participle) (1) stabbing to death; (2) {baseb} putting out

指鬘

see styles
zhǐ mán / zhi3 man2
chih man
 Shiman
Aṅgulīmālya, name of a convert of Śākyamuni, who had belonged to a Śivaitic sect which wore chaplets of finger-bones, and 'made assassination a religious act'; Aṅgulīmāla

暗殺


暗杀

see styles
àn shā / an4 sha1
an sha
 ansatsu / あんさつ
to assassinate
(noun/participle) assassination

毒刃

see styles
 dokujin / どくじん assassin's dagger

荊軻


荆轲

see styles
jīng kē / jing1 ke1
ching k`o / ching ko
 keika / keka / けいか
Jing Ke (-227 BC), celebrated in verse and fiction as would-be assassin of King Ying Zheng of Qin 秦嬴政 (later the First Emperor 秦始皇)
(personal name) Keika

行刺

see styles
xíng cì / xing2 ci4
hsing tz`u / hsing tzu
to assassinate; to commit a murder

謀刺


谋刺

see styles
móu cì / mou2 ci4
mou tz`u / mou tzu
to plot to assassinate

謀反


谋反

see styles
móu fǎn / mou2 fan3
mou fan
 muhen;bouhen / muhen;bohen / むへん;ぼうへん
to plot a rebellion; to conspire against the state
(archaism) (sometimes むほん) (See 八虐) plotting to overthrow the government (by assassinating the emperor)

謀殺


谋杀

see styles
móu shā / mou2 sha1
mou sha
 bousatsu / bosatsu / ぼうさつ
to murder; to assassinate; intentional homicide
(noun/participle) premeditated murder; deliberate murder; willful murder; wilful murder

遇刺

see styles
yù cì / yu4 ci4
yü tz`u / yü tzu
to be attacked by an assassin

阿育

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ā yù / a1 yu4
a yü
 Aiku / あしょか
(given name) Ashoka
Aśoka, 阿恕伽; 阿輸迦(or 阿舒迦, or 阿叔迦) Grandson of Candragupta (Sandrokottos), who united India and reached the summit of his career about 315 B.C. Aśoka reigned from about 274 to 237 B.C. His name Aśoka, 'free from care,' may have been adopted on his conversion. He is accused of the assassination of his brother and relatives to gain the throne, and of a fierce temperament in his earlier days. Converted, he became the first famous patron of Buddhism, encouraging its development and propaganda at home and abroad, to which existing pillars, etc., bear witness; his propaganda is said to have spread from the borders of China to Macedonia, Epirus, Egypt, and Cyrene. His title is Dharmāśoka; he should be distinguished from Kālāśoka, grandson of Ajātaśatru. Cf. 阿育伽經、 阿育伽傳, etc.

人斬り

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 hitokiri / ひときり assassination

刺亀虫

see styles
 sashigame / さしがめ (kana only) assassin bug (any insect of family Reduviidae)

刺椿象

see styles
 sashigame / さしがめ (kana only) assassin bug (any insect of family Reduviidae)

太子丹

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tài zǐ dān / tai4 zi3 dan1
t`ai tzu tan / tai tzu tan
Prince Dan of Yan (-226 BC), commissioned the attempted assassination of King Ying Zheng of Qin 秦嬴政 (later the First Emperor 秦始皇) by Jing Ke 荆轲 in 227 BC

安重根

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ān zhòng gēn / an1 zhong4 gen1
an chung ken
 anjungun / あんじゅんぐん
An Jung-geun or Ahn Joong-keun (1879-1910), Korean independence activist, famous as assassin of Japanese prime minister ITŌ Hirobumi 伊藤博文[Yi1 teng2 Bo2 wen2] in 1909
(person) An Jungun (1879-1910.3.26)

必殺技

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 hissatsuwaza / ひっさつわざ (1) killer technique; surefire assassination method; (2) {MA} special or lethal move, usu. one unique to a certain fighter or fighting style

斬奸状

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 zankanjou / zankanjo / ざんかんじょう letter explaining the reasons for cutting down an alleged villain; assassin's written vindication of his killing

暗殺者

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 ansatsusha / あんさつしゃ assassin

闇打ち

see styles
 yamiuchi / やみうち (noun/participle) attacking under the cover of darkness; surprise attack; assassination

闇討ち

see styles
 yamiuchi / やみうち (noun/participle) attacking under the cover of darkness; surprise attack; assassination

やみ討ち

see styles
 yamiuchi / やみうち (noun/participle) attacking under the cover of darkness; surprise attack; assassination

アサシン

see styles
 asashin / アサシン assassin

サシガメ

see styles
 sashigame / サシガメ (kana only) assassin bug (any insect of family Reduviidae)

バッサス

see styles
 bassasu / バッサス (personal name) Vassos

伊藤博文

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yī téng bó wén / yi1 teng2 bo2 wen2
i t`eng po wen / i teng po wen
 itouhirobumi / itohirobumi / いとうひろぶみ
ITŌ Hirobumi (1841-1909), Japanese Meiji restoration politician, prime minister on four occasions, influential in Japanese expansionism in Korea, assassinated in Harbin
(person) Itō Hirobumi (1841.10.16-1909.10.26)

刺客候補

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 shikyakukouho / shikyakukoho / しきゃくこうほ candidate for assassination

刺客戦術

see styles
 shikyakusenjutsu / しきゃくせんじゅつ assassination tactics

名誉き損

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 meiyokison / meyokison / めいよきそん (noun - becomes adjective with の) (yoji) libel; defamation; slander; character assassination

名誉棄損

see styles
 meiyokison / meyokison / めいよきそん (noun - becomes adjective with の) (yoji) libel; defamation; slander; character assassination

名誉毀損

see styles
 meiyokison / meyokison / めいよきそん (noun - becomes adjective with の) (yoji) libel; defamation; slander; character assassination

央掘摩羅


央掘摩罗

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yāng jué mó luó / yang1 jue2 mo2 luo2
yang chüeh mo lo
 Ōkutsumara
(央掘); 央仇魔羅; 央崛鬘; 盎崛利摩羅 (or 鴦崛利摩羅) (or 鴦窶利摩羅) Aṇgulimālya, Śivaitic fanatics who ' made assassination a religious act', and wore finger-bones as a chaplet. One who had assassinated 999, and was about to assassinate his mother for the thousandth, is said to have been then converted by the Buddha; Aṅguli-māla

暗殺事件

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 ansatsujiken / あんさつじけん assassination

暗殺未遂

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 ansatsumisui / あんさつみすい attempted assassination

燕太子丹

see styles
yān tài zǐ dān / yan1 tai4 zi3 dan1
yen t`ai tzu tan / yen tai tzu tan
Prince Dan of Yan (-226 BC), commissioned the attempted assassination of King Ying Zheng of Qin 秦嬴政 (later the First Emperor 秦始皇) by Jing Ke 荆轲 in 227 BC

マナッサス

see styles
 manassasu / マナッサス (place-name) Manassas

寝首をかく

see styles
 nekubiokaku / ねくびをかく (exp,v5k) (1) to cut off the head of a sleeping person; to assassinate someone while he sleeps; (2) to catch someone off his guard by setting traps

寝首を掻く

see styles
 nekubiokaku / ねくびをかく (exp,v5k) (1) to cut off the head of a sleeping person; to assassinate someone while he sleeps; (2) to catch someone off his guard by setting traps

政治的暗殺

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 seijitekiansatsu / sejitekiansatsu / せいじてきあんさつ political assassination

暗殺を謀る

see styles
 ansatsuohakaru / あんさつをはかる (exp,v5r) to plot an assassination

盎窶利魔羅


盎窭利魔罗

see styles
àng jù lì mó luó / ang4 ju4 li4 mo2 luo2
ang chü li mo lo
 ōkurimara
aṅgulimālīya; 指鬘 A wreath, or chaplet, of fingerbones; a Śivaitic sect which practised assassination as a religious act.

虎の門事件

see styles
 toranomonjiken / とらのもんじけん Toranomon Incident; assassination attempt on Prince Regent Hirohito, Dec. 27, 1923

虎ノ門事件

see styles
 toranomonjiken / とらのもんじけん Toranomon Incident; assassination attempt on Prince Regent Hirohito, Dec. 27, 1923

アサシネイト

see styles
 asashineito / asashineto / アサシネイト (noun or participle which takes the aux. verb suru) assassinate

ケネディ暗殺

see styles
 kenediansatsu / ケネディあんさつ assassination of U.S. President John F. Kennedy (November 22, 1963); JFK assassination

凶弾に倒れる

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 kyoudannitaoreru / kyodannitaoreru / きょうだんにたおれる (exp,v1) to be shot to death by an assassin

凶弾に斃れる

see styles
 kyoudannitaoreru / kyodannitaoreru / きょうだんにたおれる (exp,v1) to be shot to death by an assassin

刺椿象;刺亀虫

see styles
 sashigame;sashigame / さしがめ;サシガメ (kana only) assassin bug (any insect of family Reduviidae)

アサシネイション

see styles
 asashineishon / asashineshon / アサシネイション assassination

アサシネーション

see styles
 asashineeshon / アサシネーション assassination

ワッサースタイン

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 wassaasutain / wassasutain / ワッサースタイン (personal name) Wasserstein

法蘭西斯·斐迪南


法兰西斯·斐迪南

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fǎ lán xī sī · fěi dí nán / fa3 lan2 xi1 si1 · fei3 di2 nan2
fa lan hsi ssu · fei ti nan
Archduke Francis Ferdinand of Austria (1863-1914), heir to the Hapsburg throne, whose assassination in Sarajevo led to World War I

凶刃;兇刃(oK)

see styles
 kyoujin / kyojin / きょうじん assassin's dagger

凶変;兇変(oK)

see styles
 kyouhen / kyohen / きょうへん catastrophe; assassination; calamity; disaster

凶弾;兇弾(oK)

see styles
 kyoudan / kyodan / きょうだん assassin's bullet

凶手;兇手(oK)

see styles
 kyoushu / kyoshu / きょうしゅ assassin

凶漢;兇漢(oK)

see styles
 kyoukan / kyokan / きょうかん villain; outlaw; assassin

脂刺椿象;脂刺亀虫

see styles
 yanisashigame;yanisashigame / やにさしがめ;ヤニサシガメ (kana only) assassin bug (Velinus nodipes)

バサスダインディア島

see styles
 basasudaindiatou / basasudaindiato / バサスダインディアとう (place-name) Bassas da India (island)

ケネディ大統領暗殺事件

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 kenedidaitouryouansatsujiken / kenedidaitoryoansatsujiken / ケネディだいとうりょうあんさつじけん assassination of U.S. President John F. Kennedy (November 22, 1963); JFK assassination

寝首をかく;寝首を掻く

see styles
 nekubiokaku / ねくびをかく (exp,v5k) (1) to cut off the head of a sleeping person; to assassinate someone while they sleep; (2) to catch someone off their guard by setting traps

虎ノ門事件;虎の門事件

see styles
 toranomonjiken / とらのもんじけん Toranomon Incident; assassination attempt on Prince Regent Hirohito, Dec. 27, 1923

闇討ち;闇打ち;やみ討ち

see styles
 yamiuchi / やみうち (noun/participle) attacking under the cover of darkness; surprise attack; assassination

凶弾に倒れる;凶弾に斃れる

see styles
 kyoudannitaoreru / kyodannitaoreru / きょうだんにたおれる (exp,v1) to be shot to death by an assassin

名誉毀損;名誉棄損;名誉き損

see styles
 meiyokison / meyokison / めいよきそん (noun - becomes adjective with の) (yoji) libel; defamation; slander; character assassination

アサシネイション;アサシネーション

see styles
 asashineishon;asashineeshon / asashineshon;asashineeshon / アサシネイション;アサシネーション (See 暗殺・あんさつ) assassination

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