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There are 35 total results for your Dance Dancing search.

Characters Pronunciation
Romanization
Simple Dictionary Definition

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/ wu3
wu
 mai / まい
 Vertical Wall Scroll
to dance; to wield; to brandish
dancing; dance; (female given name) Meguru
To posture, brandish, play; urge; to perform

舞踊

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 buyou / buyo / ぶよう
 Vertical Wall Scroll
dancing; dance

舞蹈

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wǔ dǎo / wu3 dao3
wu tao
 butou / buto / ぶとう
 Vertical Wall Scroll
dance (performance art); dancing
dancing

八戒

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bā jiè / ba1 jie4
pa chieh
 hakkai;hachikai / はっかい;はちかい
the eight precepts (Buddhism)
{Buddh} (See 五戒) the eight precepts (in addition to the five precepts, prohibitions against: lying in a luxurious bed; self-decoration, song and dance; and eating after noon)
(八戒齋) The first eight of the ten commandments, see 戒; not to kill; not to take things not given; no ignoble (i.e. sexual) conduct; not to speak falsely; not to drink wine; not to indulge in cosmetics, personal adornments, dancing, or music; not to sleep on fine beds, but on a mat on the ground; and not to eat out of regulation hours, i.e. after noon. Another group divides the sixth into two―against cosmetics and adornments and against dancing and music; the first eight are then called the eight prohibitory commands and the last the 齋 or fasting commandment. Also 八齋戒; 八關齋 (八支齋) ; cf. 八種勝法; eight precepts

尬舞

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gà wǔ / ga4 wu3
ka wu
(slang) to battle each other in street dancing (derived from Taiwanese 較, which sounds similar to Mandarin 尬[ga4]); (slang) to perform weird dance moves

楽舞

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 gakubu / がくぶ singing and dancing; song and dance; (female given name) Ramu

歌舞

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gē wǔ / ge1 wu3
ko wu
 kabu / かぶ
singing and dancing
(noun/participle) singing and dancing
To sing and dance; song and dance

田楽

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 dengaku / でんがく (1) ritual music and dancing in shrines and temples; (2) rice dance; rice festival; (3) (abbreviation) {food} (See 田楽焼き) tofu (or fish, etc.) baked and coated with miso; (4) (abbreviation) (See 田楽返し) turning something in the manner one would use to cook dengaku-doufu on both sides; (surname) Taraga

舞曲

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wǔ qǔ / wu3 qu3
wu ch`ü / wu chü
 bukyoku / ぶきょく
dance music
musical dance; music and dancing

舞踏

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wǔ tà / wu3 ta4
wu t`a / wu ta
 butou / buto / ぶとう
(noun/participle) (See ダンス) dance (esp. Western style); dancing
stomping

蹦迪

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bèng dí / beng4 di2
peng ti
disco dancing; to dance at a disco

輪舞

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 rinbu / りんぶ (noun/participle) round dance; dancing in a circle; (female given name) Rondo

交誼舞


交谊舞

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jiāo yì wǔ / jiao1 yi4 wu3
chiao i wu
social dance; ballroom dancing

舞散る

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 maichiru / まいちる (Godan verb with "ru" ending) to dance down (leaves, petals, etc.); to fall as if dancing

裸踊り

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 hadakaodori / はだかおどり naked dance; dancing naked; striptease; strip show

霸王鞭

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bà wáng biān / ba4 wang2 bian1
pa wang pien
a rattle stick used in folk dancing; rattle stick dance

手舞足蹈

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shǒu wǔ zú dǎo / shou3 wu3 zu2 dao3
shou wu tsu tao
hands dance and feet trip (idiom); dancing and gesticulating for joy

歌舞音曲

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 kabuonkyoku / かぶおんきょく (yoji) public music and dancing; performance of song and dance entertainment

狂喜乱舞

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 kyoukiranbu / kyokiranbu / きょうきらんぶ (noun/participle) (yoji) boisterous dance; dancing wildly

舞い散る

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 maichiru / まいちる (Godan verb with "ru" ending) to dance down (leaves, petals, etc.); to fall as if dancing

跳集體舞


跳集体舞

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tiào jí tǐ wǔ / tiao4 ji2 ti3 wu3
t`iao chi t`i wu / tiao chi ti wu
to do ensemble dancing; to dance in a group

社交ダンス

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 shakoudansu / shakodansu / しゃこうダンス social dance; ballroom dancing

チークダンス

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 chiikudansu / chikudansu / チークダンス cheek-to-cheek dancing (wasei: cheek dance)

ポールダンス

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 poorudansu / ポールダンス pole dance; pole dancing

ソシアルダンス

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 soshiarudansu / ソシアルダンス social dance; social dancing

チーク・ダンス

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 chiiku dansu / chiku dansu / チーク・ダンス cheek-to-cheek dancing (wasei: cheek dance)

ポール・ダンス

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 pooru dansu / ポール・ダンス pole dance; pole dancing

ソシアル・ダンス

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 soshiaru dansu / ソシアル・ダンス social dance; social dancing

舞い散る;舞散る

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 maichiru / まいちる (Godan verb with "ru" ending) to dance down (leaves, petals, etc.); to fall as if dancing

チークダンス;チーク・ダンス

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 chiikudansu;chiiku dansu / chikudansu;chiku dansu / チークダンス;チーク・ダンス cheek-to-cheek dancing (wasei: cheek dance)

フリーダンス;フリー・ダンス

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 furiidansu;furii dansu / furidansu;furi dansu / フリーダンス;フリー・ダンス {sports} free dance (in ice dancing); FD

ポールダンス;ポール・ダンス

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 poorudansu;pooru dansu / ポールダンス;ポール・ダンス pole dance; pole dancing

ショートダンス;ショート・ダンス

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 shootodansu;shooto dansu / ショートダンス;ショート・ダンス {sports} short dance (in ice dancing); SD

ソシアルダンス;ソシアル・ダンス

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 soshiarudansu;soshiaru dansu / ソシアルダンス;ソシアル・ダンス social dance; social dancing

オリジナルダンス;オリジナル・ダンス

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 orijinarudansu;orijinaru dansu / オリジナルダンス;オリジナル・ダンス {sports} original dance (in ice dancing); OD

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

This page contains 35 results for "Dance Dancing" 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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