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Characters Pronunciation
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ベル

see styles
 beru / ベル
 Scroll
(1) bell; (2) (See デシベル) bel; B; (personal name) Ivar

貝爾


贝尔

see styles
bèi ěr / bei4 er3
pei erh
 Scroll
Bell (person name)


see styles
líng / ling2
ling
 suzu(p);rin;rei(ok) / suzu(p);rin;re(ok) / すず(P);りん;れい(ok)
(small) bell; CL:隻|只[zhi1]
bell (often globular); (surname, female given name) Rei
A hand-bell with a tongue; hand-bell


see styles
zhōng / zhong1
chung
 kane / かね
clock; o'clock; time as measured in hours and minutes; bell; CL:架[jia4],座[zuo4]
(See 鉦) bell (often a large hanging bell); chime; (surname) Shou
ghaṇṭā, 犍稚 a bell, a chime; temple bell


see styles
duó / duo2
to
 taku;suzu;nurite(ok);nute(ok);sanaki(ok) / たく;すず;ぬりて(ok);ぬて(ok);さなき(ok)
large ancient bell
(1) (See 鈴) duo (ancient Chinese bell with a clapper and a long handle); (2) (たく only) (See 風鈴) large wind bell; (given name) Taku
A bell with a clapper; translit. da; a bell with a clapper

警鐘


警钟

see styles
jǐng zhōng / jing3 zhong1
ching chung
 keishou / kesho / けいしょう
alarm bell
(1) alarm bell; fire bell; (2) warning; wake-up call

電鈴


电铃

see styles
diàn líng / dian4 ling2
tien ling
 denrei / denre / でんれい
electric bell
electric bell

鳴鐘


鸣钟

see styles
míng zhōng / ming2 zhong1
ming chung
 meishou / mesho / めいしょう
to toll a bell
bell-ringing (at a temple)
to ring a bell; to ring a bell

鐘鼎文


钟鼎文

see styles
zhōng dǐng wén / zhong1 ding3 wen2
chung ting wen
 shouteibun / shotebun / しょうていぶん
bell-cauldron script; the 籀文 form of Chinese character used in metal inscriptions
bronze-vessel and bell inscriptions

see styles
/ ru3
ju
 chichi(p);chi / ちち(P);ち
breast; milk
(1) milk; (2) breast; (3) (ち only) loop; (4) (ち only) (See 梵鐘) decorative bump (on a hanging bell); (female given name) Miruku
Milk, which in its five forms illustrates the Tiantai 五時教 five periods of the Buddha's teaching; milk

see styles
huáng / huang2
huang
sobbing; sound of bell


see styles
dāng / dang1
tang
(onom.) dong; ding dong (bell)
See:


see styles
qìn / qin4
ch`in / chin
to press (bell)

see styles
shé / she2
she
 shita / した
tongue
(1) tongue; (2) tongue-like object; clapper (of a bell); talon (of a lock); (surname) Zetsu
jihvā, 時乞縛; the tongue.

see styles
/ ju4
chü
bell pendant stand

see styles
/ yu2
an alms bowl; a small bell

see styles
duó / duo2
to
Japanese variant of 鐸|铎, large ancient bell

see styles
/ he2
ho
small bell


see styles
zhēng / zheng1
cheng
 kane;shou / kane;sho / かね;しょう
gong used to halt troops
gong; handbell; (given name) Masashi
A small gong struck during the worship, or service; small bell or gong


see styles
hòng / hong4
hung
sound of a bell


see styles
/ bo2
po
ancient musical intrument shaped as a bell; hoe; spade

see styles
huǎng / huang3
huang
sound of a bell; small bell


see styles
yōng / yong1
yung
large bell

see styles
lóng / long2
lung
 kin
A metal chime; bowl-bell


see styles
náo / nao2
nao
 nyō / いさむ
big cymbals
(given name) Isamu
A hand-bell, cymbals; a hand-bell


𨱑

see styles
héng / heng2
heng
bell

see styles
huì / hui4
hui
of flourishing appearance; sound of a bicycle bell

see styles
héng / heng2
heng
(onom.) for sound of bell (arch.)

see styles
cáng / cang2
ts`ang / tsang
(onom.) (sound of a bell)

see styles
huáng / huang2
huang
music of bell and drum


see styles
xiǎng / xiang3
hsiang
 rizumu / りずむ
echo; sound; noise; to make a sound; to sound; to ring; loud; classifier for noises
(irregular okurigana usage) (1) echo; reverberation; (2) sound (esp. the distinctive sound of an object or activity, e.g. rain, gun, gallop, drum); noise; (3) quality of a sound (e.g. a fine phrase, clear voice, resonant bell); feeling of a sound; emotion or feeling inspired by something heard or read; (female given name) Rizumu
pratiśrut. Echo, resonance; an echo

かん

see styles
 kan / かん (adv,adv-to) (onomatopoeic or mimetic word) ding; chime (sound of a bell or a small gong); (female given name) Kan

予鈴

see styles
 yorei / yore / よれい (See 本鈴) bell signalling that work, class, etc. will formally begin shortly; first bell; warning bell

入相

see styles
 iriai / いりあい (1) sunset; (2) (abbreviation) evening bell; vespers bell; (surname) Iriai

割鐘

see styles
 waregane / われがね cracked bell

半鐘


半钟

see styles
bàn zhōng / ban4 zhong1
pan chung
 hanshou / hansho / はんしょう
fire alarm; fire bell
small bell; small bell

呼鈴

see styles
 yobirin / よびりん bell (used for summoning or signalling); buzzer

喚鐘


唤钟

see styles
huàn zhōng / huan4 zhong1
huan chung
 kanshō
半鐘 (or飯鐘) The dinner bell or gong; small bell

噦噦


哕哕

see styles
huì huì / hui4 hui4
hui hui
rhythmical sound of a bell

四明

see styles
sì míng / si4 ming2
ssu ming
 shimyō / しめい
(given name) Shimei
Four Shingon emblems, aids to Yoga-possession by a Buddha or bodhisattva; they are 鉤, 索, 鏁, 鈴, a hook, a cord, a lock, and a bell; the hook for summoning, the cord for leading, the lock for firmly holding, and the bell for the resultant joy. Also, the four Veda śāstras; four emblems

土鈴

see styles
 dorei / dore / どれい earthenware (ceramic) bell

大召

see styles
dà zhào / da4 zhao4
ta chao
 daijō
A temple and its great bell in Lhasa Tibet, styled 老木郞, built when the T'ang princess became the wife of the Tibetan king Ts'ah-po and converted Tibet to Buddhism; great inviter

大鈴

see styles
 oosuzu / おおすず large bell (at a shrine); (given name) Tairei

大鏧

see styles
dà lóng / da4 long2
ta lung
 dairō
large bowl-bell; large bowl-bell

大鐘


大钟

see styles
dà zhōng / da4 zhong1
ta chung
 oo gane / おおがね
(surname) Oogane
The great bell in the bell tower of a large monastery; great bell

寶鈴


宝铃

see styles
bǎo líng / bao3 ling2
pao ling
 hō ryō
a jeweled bell; a jeweled bell

小鏧

see styles
xiǎo lóng / xiao3 long2
hsiao lung
 shōkei
small bowl-bell; small bowl-bell

巨鐘

see styles
 oogane / おおがね large hanging bell

廻鈴


廻铃

see styles
huí líng / hui2 ling2
hui ling
 kairei
to make a round with the bell; to make a round with the bell

弔鐘

see styles
 choushou / chosho / ちょうしょう funeral bell

引磬

see styles
yǐn qìng / yin3 qing4
yin ch`ing / yin ching
 in kei
手磬 A hand-bell to direct the attention in services; hand-bell

引綱

see styles
 hikizuna / ひきづな tow rope; bell rope; dog lead; lanyard; sash cord

引鏧

see styles
yǐn lóng / yin3 long2
yin lung
 inkin
hand–bell; hand–bell

手磬

see styles
shǒu qìng / shou3 qing4
shou ch`ing / shou ching
 shukei
A hand-chime (or bell) struck with a stick; hand-bell

手鏧

see styles
shǒu lóng / shou3 long2
shou lung
 shukei
hand–bell; hand–bell

打木

see styles
dǎ mù / da3 mu4
ta mu
 chōmoku / うつぎ
(place-name, surname) Utsugi
wooden bell; wooden bell

打鍾


打钟

see styles
dǎ zhōng / da3 zhong1
ta chung
 chōshō
to strike the bell; to strike the bell

押鏧

see styles
yā lóng / ya1 long2
ya lung
 ōkei
damp hand-bell; damp hand-bell

拖堂

see styles
tuō táng / tuo1 tang2
t`o t`ang / to tang
to drag out a lesson; to insist on extending class after the bell

振鈴


振铃

see styles
zhèn líng / zhen4 ling2
chen ling
 shinrei / shinre / しんれい
hand bell; ringing of a bell
To shake or ring a bell; to ring a bell

捺鏧

see styles
nà lóng / na4 long2
na lung
 nakkei
to hit a damped bowl-bell with the butt of a baton; to hit a damped bowl-bell with the butt of a baton

撞木

see styles
 shumoku / しゅもく wooden bell hammer; (place-name) Shumoku

敲鐘


敲钟

see styles
qiāo zhōng / qiao1 zhong1
ch`iao chung / chiao chung
to sound a bell; (of a clock) to chime

敲響


敲响

see styles
qiāo xiǎng / qiao1 xiang3
ch`iao hsiang / chiao hsiang
to sound a bell; to raise the alarm

早鐘

see styles
 hayagane / はやがね alarm bell; (place-name) Hayagane

昏鐘


昏钟

see styles
hūn zhōng / hun1 zhong1
hun chung
 konshō
昏鼓 The bell, or drum, at dusk; bell at dusk

時鐘


时钟

see styles
shí zhōng / shi2 zhong1
shih chung
 jishou;tokigane / jisho;tokigane / じしょう;ときがね
clock
(1) time bell; (2) (ときがね only) chime of a time bell; (surname) Tokinokane

晨鍾


晨钟

see styles
chén zhōng / chen2 zhong1
ch`en chung / chen chung
 shinshō
morning bell; morning bell

晩鐘

see styles
 banshou / bansho / ばんしょう evening bell; curfew

暮鐘

see styles
 boshou / bosho / ぼしょう twilight tolling of a bell

曉鐘


晓钟

see styles
xiǎo zhōng / xiao3 zhong1
hsiao chung
 gyōshō
tolling of an early morning bell; tolling of an early morning bell

朝顔

see styles
 asagao(p);asagao / あさがお(P);アサガオ (1) Japanese morning glory (Ipomoea nil); picotee morning glory; ivy morning glory; (2) any funnel shaped object; bell (e.g. of a trumpet); funnel-shaped urinal; (given name) Chougan

木鐸


木铎

see styles
mù duó / mu4 duo2
mu to
 bokutaku / ぼくたく
(1) bell with wooden clapper; (2) leader; guide (of the public)
wooden gong

本鈴

see styles
 honrei / honre / ほんれい (See 予鈴) bell signalling that work, class, etc. has formally begun

松虫

see styles
 matsumushi;matsumushi / まつむし;マツムシ (1) (kana only) pine cricket (Xenogryllus marmoratus); (2) (archaism) (See 鈴虫・1) bell cricket (Meloimorpha japonicus); (place-name) Matsumushi

梵鐘


梵钟

see styles
fàn zhōng / fan4 zhong1
fan chung
 bonshou / bonsho / ぼんしょう
bonshō; Buddhist temple bell
A temple or monastery bell; temple bell

法鈴


法铃

see styles
fǎ líng / fa3 ling2
fa ling
 hōryō
The dharma-bell; the pleasing sound of intoning the sutras; dharma-bell

火鈴


火铃

see styles
huǒ líng / huo3 ling2
huo ling
 korin
Fire-bell-in warning to be careful of fire; fire-bell

点鐘

see styles
 tenshou / tensho / てんしょう ships' bell

犍稚

see styles
jiān zhì / jian1 zhi4
chien chih
 kenchi
ghaṇṭā, also 犍地; 犍椎; 犍槌; 犍遲; a bell, gong, or any similar resonant article.

破鐘

see styles
 waregane / われがね cracked bell

竜頭

see styles
 ryuuzu;ryuuzu;ryuuzu / ryuzu;ryuzu;ryuzu / りゅうず;リューズ;リュウズ (1) crown (of a watch); stem; (2) cannon (of a bell); (surname) Ryuutou

觸鐘


触钟

see styles
chù zhōng / chu4 zhong1
ch`u chung / chu chung
 sokushō
To strike a bell; to strike a bell

警鈴


警铃

see styles
jǐng líng / jing3 ling2
ching ling
alarm bell

貝鐘


贝钟

see styles
bèi zhōng / bei4 zhong1
pei chung
 kaigane
conch and bell; conch and bell

車鈴


车铃

see styles
chē líng / che1 ling2
ch`e ling / che ling
bicycle bell

轉鈴


转铃

see styles
zhuàn líng / zhuan4 ling2
chuan ling
bicycle bell (with a rotating internal mechanism)

連翹


连翘

see styles
lián qiáo / lian2 qiao2
lien ch`iao / lien chiao
 rengyou;rengyou / rengyo;rengyo / れんぎょう;レンギョウ
Forsythia
weeping forsythia (Forsythiae fructus, Forsythia suspensa); weeping golden bell

金文

see styles
jīn wén / jin1 wen2
chin wen
 kinbun / きんぶん
inscription in bronze; bell-cauldron inscription
Chinese bronze inscriptions; type of lettering used on metal objects, especially in China during the Yin and Zhou dynasties; (surname) Kanebun

金鈴


金铃

see styles
jīn líng / jin1 ling2
chin ling
 konryō / きんれい
(g,p) Kinrei
vajra bell; vajra bell

釣鐘

see styles
 tsurigane / つりがね temple bell; hanging bell; funeral bell; (place-name) Tsurigane

鈴聲


铃声

see styles
líng shēng / ling2 sheng1
ling sheng
ring; ringtone; bell stroke; tintinnabulation

鈴虫

see styles
 suzumushi;suzumushi / すずむし;スズムシ (1) (kana only) bell cricket (Meloimorpha japonicus); (2) (archaism) (See 松虫・1) pine cricket (Xenogryllus marmoratus)

鈴鐺


铃铛

see styles
líng dang / ling2 dang5
ling tang
little bell; CL:隻|只[zhi1]

鈴鼓


铃鼓

see styles
líng gǔ / ling2 gu3
ling ku
tambourine (musical instrument); bell and drum

銀鈴

see styles
 ginrei / ginre / ぎんれい silver bell

銅鈴


铜铃

see styles
tóng líng / tong2 ling2
t`ung ling / tung ling
bell made of copper or bronze

銅鐸

see styles
 doutaku / dotaku / どうたく bell-shaped bronze vessel of Yayoi period

鏘々

see styles
 sousou / soso / そうそう    shoushou / shosho / しょうしょう (n,adv-to,adj-t) (1) (archaism) tinkling sound (esp. bell on the Emperor's carriage); bright sound of metal being struck; (2) (archaism) cry of the phoenix

鏘鏘

see styles
 sousou / soso / そうそう    shoushou / shosho / しょうしょう (n,adv-to,adj-t) (1) (archaism) tinkling sound (esp. bell on the Emperor's carriage); bright sound of metal being struck; (2) (archaism) cry of the phoenix

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