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There are 54 total results for your Dojo search.

Characters Pronunciation
Simple Dictionary Definition


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tóng qíng / tong2 qing2
t`ung ch`ing / tung ching
 doujou / dojo / どうじょう
 Vertical Wall Scroll
to sympathize with; sympathy
(noun/participle) sympathy; compassion; feeling pity for



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dào chǎng / dao4 chang3
tao ch`ang / tao chang
 doujou / dojo / どうじょう
 Vertical Wall Scroll
Taoist or Buddhist rite; abbr. for 菩提道場|菩提道场[Pu2 ti2 dao4 chang3]
(1) dōjō; hall used for martial arts training; (2) (abbreviation) {Buddh} (See 菩提道場) manda (place of Buddhist practice or meditation, esp. the place under the bodhi tree where Buddha attained enlightenment); (surname) Michiba
Truth-plot. bodhimaṇḍala, circle, or place of enlightenment. The place where Buddha attained enlightenment. A place, or method, for attaining to Buddha-truth. An object of or place for religious offerings. A place for teaching, learning, or practising religion; site of enlightenment

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tóng / tong2
t`ung / tung
 doujou / dojo / どうじょう
(used in given names); variant of 同[tong2]
"as above" mark

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 dojou / dojo / どじょう (1) (kana only) loach (any fish of family Cobitidae); (2) weather loach (Misgurnus anguillicaudatus)



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dòng jìng / dong4 jing4
tung ching
(detectable) movement; (sign of) activity; movement and stillness
movement and stillness


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tóng shàng / tong2 shang4
t`ung shang / tung shang
 doujou / dojo / どうじょう
as above; ditto; idem
same as above; ditto; ibid.


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 doujou / dojo / どうじょう (noun/participle) riding together; riding with


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tǔ chéng / tu3 cheng2
t`u ch`eng / tu cheng
 dojou / dojo / どじょう
Tucheng city in New Taipei City 新北市[Xin1 bei3 shi4], Taiwan
(given name) Dojou


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 dojou / dojo / どじょう (1) soil; (2) breeding ground; fertile ground (for); foundation (for the development of ...)


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tǔ chǎo / tu3 chao3
t`u ch`ao / tu chao
Aśoka is said to have become king as a reward for offering, when a child in a previous incarnation, a double-handful of sand as wheat or food to the Buddha; sand as grain


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 doujou / dojo / どうじょう (surname) Doujou


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táng shàng / tang2 shang4
t`ang shang / tang shang
 doujou / dojo / どうじょう
on the roof; court nobles; (surname) Donoue
to head monk


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 doujou / dojo / どうじょう (surname) Doujou


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 doujou / dojo / どうじょう (place-name) Doujou


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 donjou / donjo / どんじょう    donjo / どんじょ    dojou / dojo / どじょう (1) (kana only) loach (any fish of family Cobitidae); (2) weather loach (Misgurnus anguillicaudatus)


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tóng nǚ / tong2 nu:3
t`ung nü / tung nü
 doujo;dounyo / dojo;donyo / どうじょ;どうにょ
virgin female
(little) girl; (female given name) Wakame
a young woman


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dào tǐng / dao4 ting3
tao t`ing / tao ting


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 doujou / dojo / どうじょう (surname) Doujou


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dào shèng / dao4 sheng4
tao sheng
 Dōjō / みちもり
(surname) Michimori


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 doujou / dojo / どうじょう (surname) Doujou


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fó dào shèng / fo2 dao4 sheng4
fo tao sheng
 butsu dōjō
the Vehicle of the Buddha-Path



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fó dào chǎng / fo2 dao4 chang3
fo tao ch`ang / fo tao chang
 butsu dōjō
the platform or terrace of the Path (enlightenment) of the Buddha



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rù dào chǎng / ru4 dao4 chang3
ju tao ch`ang / ju tao chang
 nyū dōjō
to enter the ritual site



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nèi dào cháng / nei4 dao4 chang2
nei tao ch`ang / nei tao chang
 nai dōjō
A place for Buddhist worship in the palace, v. 内齋 and 内寺; inner practice hall



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zuò dào chǎng / zuo4 dao4 chang3
tso tao ch`ang / tso tao chang
 za dōjō
sitting on the seat of enlightenment


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 kakugijou / kakugijo / かくぎじょう (martial arts term) training place; dojo


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 kakugijou / kakugijo / かくぎじょう (martial arts term) training place; dojo



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jìng dào chǎng / jing4 dao4 chang3
ching tao ch`ang / ching tao chang
 jō dōjō
to purify the place of practice


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 enbujou / enbujo / えんぶじょう dojo (hall used for martial arts training)



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dào chǎng shù / dao4 chang3 shu4
tao ch`ang shu / tao chang shu
 dōjō ju
The bodhidruma, or tree under which the Buddha attained enlightenment; enlightenment tree



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dào chǎng shén / dao4 chang3 shen2
tao ch`ang shen / tao chang shen
 dōjō shin
Tutelary deities of Buddhist religious places, etc; tutelary deities of Buddhist religious places



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dào chǎng shì / dao4 chang3 shi4
tao ch`ang shih / tao chang shih
 dōjō shaku
pre-dawn temple ground chanting


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 dojou / dojo / ドジョウ (1) (kana only) loach (any fish of family Cobitidae); (2) weather loach (Misgurnus anguillicaudatus)



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rén wáng dào chǎng / ren2 wang2 dao4 chang3
jen wang tao ch`ang / jen wang tao chang
 ninnō dōjō
ceremony for recitation of the Sūtra for Humane Kings



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dòng jìng yī rú / dong4 jing4 yi1 ru2
tung ching i ju
 dōjō ichinyo
sameness of movement and stillness



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yán jìng dào chǎng / yan2 jing4 dao4 chang3
yen ching tao ch`ang / yen ching tao chang
 gon jō dōjō
to adorn and purify the meditation chamber



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jí miè dào cháng / ji2 mie4 dao4 chang2
chi mieh tao ch`ang / chi mieh tao chang
 jakumetsu dōjō
(寂場) The place where a buddha attains the truth of nirvāṇa, especially where Śākyamuni attained it; site of the attainment of extinction [of afflictions]



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mì yán d ào chǎng / mi4 yan2 d ao4 chang3
mi yen d ao ch`ang / mi yen d ao chang
 mitsugon dōjō
Practice Site of Mysterious Adornment


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běn mìng dào cháng / ben3 ming4 dao4 chang2
pen ming tao ch`ang / pen ming tao chang
 honmyō dōjō
Temple for worship of the emperor's birth-star, for the protection of the imperial family and the state; temple for worship of the emperor's birth-star


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 dojou;donjou(泥鰌)(ok);donjo(泥鰌)(ok);dojou / dojo;donjo(泥鰌)(ok);donjo(泥鰌)(ok);dojo / どじょう;どんじょう(泥鰌)(ok);どんじょ(泥鰌)(ok);ドジョウ (1) (kana only) loach (any fish of family Cobitidae); (2) weather loach (Misgurnus anguillicaudatus); pond loach



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jìng dào chǎng jié / jing4 dao4 chang3 jie2
ching tao ch`ang chieh / ching tao chang chieh
 jō dōjō no ge
Verse of Purifying Place of Practice



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bǎi zuò dào chǎng / bai3 zuo4 dao4 chang3
pai tso tao ch`ang / pai tso tao chang
 hyakuza dōjō
one hundred lecture sites



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qí fú dào chǎng / qi2 fu2 dao4 chang3
ch`i fu tao ch`ang / chi fu tao chang
 kifuku dōjō
prayer for happiness cerebration



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zàng jīng dào chǎng / zang4 jing1 dao4 chang3
tsang ching tao ch`ang / tsang ching tao chang
 zōkyō dōjō
assembly for the donation of sūtras



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yǔ mò dòng jìng / yu3 mo4 dong4 jing4
yü mo tung ching
 gomoku dōjō
speaking and silence, movement and stillness



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bù jiǔ yì dào cháng / bu4 jiu3 yi4 dao4 chang2
pu chiu i tao ch`ang / pu chiu i tao chang
 fuku kei dōjō
Not long before he visits the place of enlightenment or of Truth, i. e. soon will become a Buddha; not long before visiting the site of enlightenment



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bǎi gāo zuò dào chǎng / bai3 gao1 zuo4 dao4 chang3
pai kao tso tao ch`ang / pai kao tso tao chang
 hyaku kōza dōjō
hundred seats council



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cí bēi dào chǎng chàn fǎ / ci2 bei1 dao4 chang3 chan4 fa3
tz`u pei tao ch`ang ch`an fa / tzu pei tao chang chan fa
 Jihi dōjō senbō
Cibei daochang chanfa



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rén wáng bǎi gāo zuò dào chǎng / ren2 wang2 bai3 gao1 zuo4 dao4 chang3
jen wang pai kao tso tao ch`ang / jen wang pai kao tso tao chang
 Ninnō hyakukōza dōjō
Hundred High Seat Ceremony for [the Recitation of] the Sūtra for Humane Kings


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 kakugijou / kakugijo / かくぎじょう {MA} training place; dojo



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bái huā dào chǎng fā yuàn wén / bai2 hua1 dao4 chang3 fa1 yuan4 wen2
pai hua tao ch`ang fa yüan wen / pai hua tao chang fa yüan wen
 Hakke dōjō hotsugan mon
Vow Made at the White Lotus Enlightenment Site



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yuán jué jīng dào chǎng xiū zhèng yí / yuan2 jue2 jing1 dao4 chang3 xiu1 zheng4 yi2
yüan chüeh ching tao ch`ang hsiu cheng i / yüan chüeh ching tao chang hsiu cheng i
 Engakukyō dōjō shushōgi
Manual of Procedures for the Cultivation of Realization of Ritual Practice According to the Sūtra of Perfect Enlightenment



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yuán jué jīng dào chǎng lüè běn xiū zhèng yí / yuan2 jue2 jing1 dao4 chang3 lve4 ben3 xiu1 zheng4 yi2
yüan chüeh ching tao ch`ang lve pen hsiu cheng i / yüan chüeh ching tao chang lve pen hsiu cheng i
 Engakukyō dōjō ryakuhon shushōgi
Yuanjue jing daochang lue ben xiuzhengyi


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 doujouarashi / dojoarashi / どうじょうあらし challenging members of a dojo to a fight and demanding money upon winning

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

This page contains 54 results for "Dojo" in Chinese and/or Japanese.

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