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There are 38 total results for your Garrison search.

Characters Pronunciation
Romanization
Simple Dictionary Definition

ギャリソン

see styles
 gyarison
    ギャリソン
 Scroll
(surname) Garrison

戍卒

see styles
shù zú
    shu4 zu2
shu tsu
 jusotsu
    じゅそつ
garrison soldier
garrison; guard

鎮台


镇台

see styles
zhèn tái
    zhen4 tai2
chen t`ai
    chen tai
 chindai
    ちんだい
garrison commander (old)
garrison (in Meiji era)

see styles
shù
    shu4
shu
 mamoru
    まもる
garrison
(given name) Mamoru


see styles
wèi
    wei4
wei
 ei
    まもる
variant of 衛|卫[wei4]; to guard; to defend
(personal name) Mamoru
Guard, defend, restrain, an outpost, garrison; to escort; to guard


see styles
zhèn
    zhen4
chen
 chin; shizu(ok)
    ちん; しず(ok)
to press down; to calm; to subdue; to suppress; to guard; garrison; small town; to cool or chill (food or drinks)
(1) (archaism) {Buddh} a weight; (2) (ちん only) temple supervisor; (3) (ちん only) town (of China); (personal name) Yasushi

分営

see styles
 bunei / bune
    ぶんえい
outpost; detached garrison

城兵

see styles
 jouhei / johe
    じょうへい
castle garrison

守備


守备

see styles
shǒu bèi
    shou3 bei4
shou pei
 shubi
    しゅび
to garrison; to stand guard; on garrison duty
(n,vs,adj-no) (ant: 攻撃・1) defense; defence

守兵

see styles
shǒu bīng
    shou3 bing1
shou ping
 shuhei / shuhe
    しゅへい
guard; garrison soldier
guards

守敵


守敌

see styles
shǒu dí
    shou3 di2
shou ti
enemy defense; enemy garrison

屯墾


屯垦

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tún kěn
    tun2 ken3
t`un k`en
    tun ken
to open up land for cultivation; to garrison troops to open up land

屯戍

see styles
tún shù
    tun2 shu4
t`un shu
    tun shu
garrison; soldier stationed in some place

征人

see styles
zhēng rén
    zheng1 ren2
cheng jen
 yukihito
    ゆきひと
traveler (on a long journey); participant in an expedition; garrison soldier; new recruit
(personal name) Yukihito

征戍

see styles
zhēng shù
    zheng1 shu4
cheng shu
garrison

戍角

see styles
shù jiǎo
    shu4 jiao3
shu chiao
garrison trumpet call

戍邊


戍边

see styles
shù biān
    shu4 bian1
shu pien
to garrison the border; to guard the frontier; exile to a border garrison post

換防


换防

see styles
huàn fáng
    huan4 fang2
huan fang
to relieve a garrison; to change guard complement

留駐


留驻

see styles
liú zhù
    liu2 zhu4
liu chu
to keep stationed (of troops); to remain as a garrison

衛兵


卫兵

see styles
wèi bīng
    wei4 bing1
wei ping
 eihei / ehe
    えいへい
guard; bodyguard
guard; sentinel; garrison

衛戊

see styles
 eiju / eju
    えいじゅ
(irregular kanji usage) garrison

衛戌

see styles
 eiju / eju
    えいじゅ
(irregular kanji usage) garrison

衛戍

see styles
 eiju / eju
    えいじゅ
garrison

調防


调防

see styles
diào fáng
    diao4 fang2
tiao fang
to relieve a garrison

警備


警备

see styles
jǐng bèi
    jing3 bei4
ching pei
 keibi / kebi
    けいび
guard; garrison
(noun/participle) defense; defence; guard; policing; security

進駐


进驻

see styles
jìn zhù
    jin4 zhu4
chin chu
 shinchuu / shinchu
    しんちゅう
to enter and garrison; (fig.) to establish a presence in
(noun/participle) occupation; stationing

駐留


驻留

see styles
zhù liú
    zhu4 liu2
chu liu
 chuuryuu / churyu
    ちゅうりゅう
to stay; to remain; to linger; (computing) to reside; resident (program etc)
(noun/participle) stationing (e.g. of troops); garrison

駐紮


驻扎

see styles
zhù zhā
    zhu4 zha1
chu cha
to station; to garrison (troops)

駐軍


驻军

see styles
zhù jun
    zhu4 jun1
chu chün
to station or garrison troops; garrison

守備隊

see styles
 shubitai
    しゅびたい
garrison

衛戍地

see styles
 eijuchi; eijuji / ejuchi; ejuji
    えいじゅち; えいじゅじ
(archaism) (obscure) garrison; security sector

警備區


警备区

see styles
jǐng bèi qū
    jing3 bei4 qu1
ching pei ch`ü
    ching pei chü
garrison area; command

警備隊

see styles
 keibitai / kebitai
    けいびたい
garrison; guards

駐屯地

see styles
 chuutonchi / chutonchi
    ちゅうとんち
garrison; military base

駐屯軍

see styles
 chuutongun / chutongun
    ちゅうとんぐん
garrison; occupation forces

ガリソン

see styles
 garison
    ガリソン
(place-name) Garrison

ガリソン湖

see styles
 garisonko
    ガリソンこ
(place-name) Garrison Reservoir

Variations:
衛戍
衛戌(iK)
衛戊(iK)

see styles
 eiju / eju
    えいじゅ
garrison

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

This page contains 38 results for "Garrison" in Chinese and/or Japanese.



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