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Characters Pronunciation
Romanization
Simple Dictionary Definition

沙巴

see styles
shā bā
    sha1 ba1
sha pa
 Scroll
Sabah, state of Malaysia in north Borneo 婆羅洲|婆罗洲

安瓦爾


安瓦尔

see styles
ān wǎ ěr
    an1 wa3 er3
an wa erh
 Scroll
Anwar (name); Anwar bin Ibrahim (1947-), Malaysian politician, deputy prime minister 1993-1998, imprisoned 1999-2004 on charges including alleged homosexual acts, subsequently overturned

馬來西亞


马来西亚

see styles
mǎ lái xī yà
    ma3 lai2 xi1 ya4
ma lai hsi ya
 Scroll
Malaysia

see styles
jīn
    jin1
chin
 kin
    きん
catty; (PRC) weight equal to 500 g; (Tw) weight equal to 600 g; (HK, Malaysia, Singapore) slightly over 604 g
(1) kin; catty; traditional unit of weight, 600g; (2) (obsolete) (See 英斤・えいきん) pound (unit of weight); (n,ctr) (3) loaf (of bread); (personal name) Kinji
An adze; to chop; a catty, 1 and 1; 3 lb.: penetrating, minute; axe

亞庇


亚庇

see styles
yà bì
    ya4 bi4
ya pi
Kota Kinabalu (capital of Sabah state, Malaysia)

令吉

see styles
lìng jí
    ling4 ji2
ling chi
 reikichi / rekichi
    れいきち
ringgit (Malaysian currency unit)
(given name) Reikichi

伊黨


伊党

see styles
yī dǎng
    yi1 dang3
i tang
Pan-Malaysian Islamic Party

加央

see styles
jiā yāng
    jia1 yang1
chia yang
 kao
    かお
Kangar city, capital of Perlis state 玻璃市[Bo1 li2 shi4], Malaysia
(personal name) Kao

古晉


古晋

see styles
gǔ jìn
    gu3 jin4
ku chin
Kuching (city in Malaysia)

吉打

see styles
jí dǎ
    ji2 da3
chi ta
Kedah, state of northwest Malaysia, capital Alor Star 亞羅士打|亚罗士打[Ya4 luo2 shi4 da3]

吡叻

see styles
bǐ lè
    bi3 le4
pi le
Perak (state of Malaysia)

國大


国大

see styles
guó dà
    guo2 da4
kuo ta
abbr. for 國民大會|国民大会, National Assembly of the Republic of China (extant during various periods between 1913 and 2005); abbr. for 新加坡國立大學|新加坡国立大学, National University of Singapore (NUS); abbr. for 印度國民大會黨|印度国民大会党, Indian National Congress (INC); abbr. for 馬來西亞印度國民大會黨|马来西亚印度国民大会党, Malaysian Indian Congress (MIC)
See: 国大

大馬


大马

see styles
dà mǎ
    da4 ma3
ta ma
 taima
    たいま
Malaysia
(given name) Taima

巫統


巫统

see styles
wū tǒng
    wu1 tong3
wu t`ung
    wu tung
UMNO (United Malays National Organisation), Malaysia's largest political party

巴生

see styles
bā shēng
    ba1 sheng1
pa sheng
Klang (city in Malaysia)

布城

see styles
bù chéng
    bu4 cheng2
pu ch`eng
    pu cheng
 nunoshiro
    ぬのしろ
Putrajaya, federal administrative territory of Malaysia, south of Kuala Lumpur city 吉隆坡市
(place-name) Nunoshiro

彭亨

see styles
péng hēng
    peng2 heng1
p`eng heng
    peng heng
Pahang province of Malaysia

怡保

see styles
yí bǎo
    yi2 bao3
i pao
Ipoh city in Malaysia, capital of Sultanate of Perak on Malayan peninsula

新山

see styles
xīn shān
    xin1 shan1
hsin shan
 niyama
    にやま
Johor Bahru (city in Malaysia)
(place-name) Niyama

新馬


新马

see styles
xīn mǎ
    xin1 ma3
hsin ma
 shinba
    しんば
abbr. for Singapore 新加坡 and Malaysia 馬來西亞|马来西亚
new horse (in horse racing, etc.); unbroken horse; remount

板麵


板面

see styles
bǎn miàn
    ban3 mian4
pan mien
pan mee, aka banmian, a Hakka noodle soup dish, popular in Malaysia

柔佛

see styles
róu fó
    rou2 fo2
jou fo
Johor (state of Malaysia at south of Malayan peninsula)

桌球

see styles
zhuō qiú
    zhuo1 qiu2
cho ch`iu
    cho chiu
table tennis; table tennis ball (Tw); billiards; pool; snooker (HK, Singapore, Malaysia)

檳城


槟城

see styles
bīng chéng
    bing1 cheng2
ping ch`eng
    ping cheng
Penang (state in Malaysia)

檳州


槟州

see styles
bīng zhōu
    bing1 zhou1
ping chou
Penang Pulau (Island), Malaysia; also written 檳榔嶼|槟榔屿

納閩


纳闽

see styles
nà mǐn
    na4 min3
na min
Labuan, island territory of Malaysia off Sabah coast, north Borneo 婆羅洲|婆罗洲

組屋


组屋

see styles
zǔ wū
    zu3 wu1
tsu wu
 kumiya
    くみや
HDB flats; public apartment flats (in Singapore and Malaysia)
(surname) Kumiya

近打

see styles
jìn dǎ
    jin4 da3
chin ta
Kinta valley and river in Perak, Malaysia

金寶


金宝

see styles
jīn bǎo
    jin1 bao3
chin pao
 konbō
Campbell (name); Kampar, town in the state of Perak, Malaysia
ornamentation

馬來


马来

see styles
mǎ lái
    ma3 lai2
ma lai
 maki
    まき
Malaya; Malaysia
(surname) Maki

馬國


马国

see styles
mǎ guó
    ma3 guo2
ma kuo
Malaysia

馬航


马航

see styles
mǎ háng
    ma3 hang2
ma hang
Malaysia Airlines

ラクサ

see styles
 rakusa
    ラクサ
{food} laksa (Chinese-Malaysian noodle soup)

丁加奴

see styles
dīng jiā nú
    ding1 jia1 nu2
ting chia nu
Terengganu, northeast state of mainland Malaysia

吉蘭丹


吉兰丹

see styles
jí lán dān
    ji2 lan2 dan1
chi lan tan
Kelantan (state of Malaysia)

吉隆坡

see styles
jí lóng pō
    ji2 long2 po1
chi lung p`o
    chi lung po
Kuala Lumpur, capital of Malaysia

婆羅洲


婆罗洲

see styles
pó luó zhōu
    po2 luo2 zhou1
p`o lo chou
    po lo chou
Borneo island (of Indonesia, Malaysia and Brunei)

怡保市

see styles
yí bǎo shì
    yi2 bao3 shi4
i pao shih
Ipoh city in Malaysia, capital of Sultanate of Perak on Malayan peninsula

柔佛州

see styles
róu fó zhōu
    rou2 fo2 zhou1
jou fo chou
Johor (state in Malaysia)

梁靜茹


梁静茹

see styles
liáng jìng rú
    liang2 jing4 ru2
liang ching ju
Fish Leong (1978-), Malaysian pop singer; also Leong Chui Peng or Jasmine Leong

森美蘭


森美兰

see styles
sēn měi lán
    sen1 mei3 lan2
sen mei lan
Sembilan, state of southwest Malaysia

檳榔嶼


槟榔屿

see styles
bīng lang yǔ
    bing1 lang5 yu3
ping lang yü
Penang Pulau (Island), Malaysia

沙撈越


沙捞越

see styles
shā lāo yuè
    sha1 lao1 yue4
sha lao yüeh
Sarawak, state of Malaysia in northwest Borneo 婆羅洲|婆罗洲

波德申

see styles
bō dé shēn
    bo1 de2 shen1
po te shen
Port Dickson (holiday destination in Malaysia)

王光良

see styles
wáng guāng liáng
    wang2 guang1 liang2
wang kuang liang
Michael Wong (1970-), Malaysian Chinese singer and composer

玻璃市

see styles
bō lí shì
    bo1 li2 shi4
po li shih
Perlis, state of Malaysia adjacent to Thailand, capital Kangar 加央[Jia1 yang1]

肉骨茶

see styles
ròu gǔ chá
    rou4 gu3 cha2
jou ku ch`a
    jou ku cha
bak-kut-teh or pork ribs soup, popular in Malaysia and Singapore

辜鴻銘


辜鸿铭

see styles
gū hóng míng
    gu1 hong2 ming2
ku hung ming
Ku Hung-ming or Gu Hongming (1857-1928), Malaysian man of letters, highly regarded for his literary works written mostly in English, and known for his monarchist views

近打河

see styles
jìn dǎ hé
    jin4 da3 he2
chin ta ho
Kinta River in Perak, Malaysia

雪蘭莪


雪兰莪

see styles
xuě lán é
    xue3 lan2 e2
hsüeh lan o
Selangor (Malaysia)

馬來文


马来文

see styles
mǎ lái wén
    ma3 lai2 wen2
ma lai wen
Malaysian language

馬來語


马来语

see styles
mǎ lái yǔ
    ma3 lai2 yu3
ma lai yü
Malaysian language

馬來鴴


马来鸻

see styles
mǎ lái héng
    ma3 lai2 heng2
ma lai heng
(bird species of China) Malaysian plover (Charadrius peronii)

馬六甲


马六甲

see styles
mǎ liù jiǎ
    ma3 liu4 jia3
ma liu chia
Malacca or Melaka (town and state in Malaysia), also strait between Malaysia and Sumatra

馬哈迪


马哈迪

see styles
mǎ hā dí
    ma3 ha1 di2
ma ha ti
Mahathir bin Mohamad (1925-), Malaysian politician, prime minister 1981-2003 and 2018-2020

亞羅士打


亚罗士打

see styles
yà luó shì dǎ
    ya4 luo2 shi4 da3
ya lo shih ta
Alor Star city, capital of Kedah state in northwest Malaysia

南沙群島


南沙群岛

see styles
nán shā qún dǎo
    nan2 sha1 qun2 dao3
nan sha ch`ün tao
    nan sha chün tao
 nansaguntou / nansagunto
    なんさぐんとう
Spratly Islands, disputed between China, Malaysia, the Philippines, Taiwan and Vietnam
(place-name) Spratly Islands

吉蘭丹州


吉兰丹州

see styles
jí lán dān zhōu
    ji2 lan2 dan1 zhou1
chi lan tan chou
Kelantan sultanate of Malaysia, near Thai border, capital Kota Baharu 哥打巴魯|哥打巴鲁[Ge1 da3 ba1 lu3]

吉蘭丹河


吉兰丹河

see styles
jí lán dān hé
    ji2 lan2 dan1 he2
chi lan tan ho
Kelantan River of Malaysia, near Thai border

哥打巴魯


哥打巴鲁

see styles
gē dǎ bā lǔ
    ge1 da3 ba1 lu3
ko ta pa lu
Kota Bharu, city in Malaysia on border with Thailand, capital of Kelantan sultanate

星洲日報


星洲日报

see styles
xīng zhōu rì bào
    xing1 zhou1 ri4 bao4
hsing chou jih pao
Sin Chew Daily, Malaysian newspaper

柔佛海峽


柔佛海峡

see styles
róu fó hǎi xiá
    rou2 fo2 hai3 xia2
jou fo hai hsia
Straits of Johor (between Malaysia and Singapore)

棕腹杜鵑


棕腹杜鹃

see styles
zōng fù dù juān
    zong1 fu4 du4 juan1
tsung fu tu chüan
(bird species of China) Malaysian hawk-cuckoo (Hierococcyx fugax)

馬来西亜

see styles
 mareeshia
    マレーシア
(ateji / phonetic) (kana only) Malaysia

瓜拉丁加奴

see styles
guā lā dīng jiā nú
    gua1 la1 ding1 jia1 nu2
kua la ting chia nu
Kuala Terengganu, capital of Terengganu state, Malaysia

馬來西亞人


马来西亚人

see styles
mǎ lái xī yà rén
    ma3 lai2 xi1 ya4 ren2
ma lai hsi ya jen
Malaysian person or people

馬來西亞語


马来西亚语

see styles
mǎ lái xī yà yǔ
    ma3 lai2 xi1 ya4 yu3
ma lai hsi ya yü
Malaysian (language)

マレーシア航空

see styles
 mareeshiakoukuu / mareeshiakoku
    マレーシアこうくう
(c) Malaysia Airlines

斯普拉特利群島


斯普拉特利群岛

see styles
sī pǔ lā tè lì qún dǎo
    si1 pu3 la1 te4 li4 qun2 dao3
ssu p`u la t`e li ch`ün tao
    ssu pu la te li chün tao
Spratly Islands, disputed between China, Malaysia, the Philippines, Taiwan and Vietnam; same as 南沙群島|南沙群岛[Nan1 sha1 Qun2 dao3]

テレコムマレーシア

see styles
 terekomumareeshia
    テレコムマレーシア
(computer terminology) Telecom Malaysia

ルックイースト政策

see styles
 rukkuiisutoseisaku / rukkuisutosesaku
    ルックイーストせいさく
Look East policy (Malaysia)

テレコム・マレーシア

see styles
 terekomu mareeshia
    テレコム・マレーシア
(computer terminology) Telecom Malaysia

馬来西亜(ateji)

see styles
 mareeshia
    マレーシア
(kana only) Malaysia

Variations:
クアラルンプール
クアラ・ルンプール

see styles
 kuararunpuuru; kuara runpuuru / kuararunpuru; kuara runpuru
    クアラルンプール; クアラ・ルンプール
Kuala Lumpur (Malaysia)

Variations:
テレコムマレーシア
テレコム・マレーシア

see styles
 terekomumareeshia; terekomu mareeshia
    テレコムマレーシア; テレコム・マレーシア
{comp} Telecom Malaysia

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

This page contains 75 results for "Aysia" 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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