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Characters Pronunciation
Romanization
Simple Dictionary Definition

see styles
tóng / tong2
t`ung / tung
 kiri(p);kiri / きり(P);キリ
tree name (variously Paulownia, Firmiana or Aleurites)
paulownia (Paulownia tomentosa); empress tree; foxglove tree; (surname, female given name) Hisa

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lóng / long2
lung
 ryū
infirmity; retention of urine
phlegm

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/ mo2
mo
 ma / ま
devil; magic
(1) demon; devil; evil spirit; evil influence; (suffix noun) (2) (See 覗き魔) -crazed person; -obsessed person; fiend; (surname) Ma
魔羅 Māra, killing, destroying; 'the Destroyer, Evil One, Devil' (M.W.); explained by murderer, hinderer, disturber, destroyer; he is a deva 'often represented with a hundred arms and riding on an elephant'. Eitel. He sends his daughters, or assumes monstrous forms, or inspires wicked men, to seduce or frighten the saints. He 'resides with legions of subordinates in the heaven Paranirmita Vaśavartin situated on the top of the Kāmadhātu'. Eitel. Earlier form 磨; also v. 波 Pāpīyān. He is also called 他化自在天. There are various categories of māras, e.g. the skandha-māra, passion-māra, etc; evil demon

判明

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pàn míng / pan4 ming2
p`an ming / pan ming
 hanmei / hanme / はんめい
to distinguish; to ascertain
(noun/participle) establishing; proving; ascertaining; identifying; confirming

収束

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 shuusoku / shusoku / しゅうそく (n,vs,adj-no) (1) conclusion; resolution; firming up (plans, etc.); coming together; returning to normal; (n,vs,adj-no) (2) gathering and bundling; (n,vs,adj-no) (3) {math} (ant: 発散・4) convergence; (n,vs,adj-no) (4) (See 集束) focusing (e.g. light); convergence

呾蜜

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dá mì / da2 mi4
ta mi
 Tamitsu
Termed, or Tirmez, or Tirmidh. 'An ancient kingdom and city on the Oxus in Lat. 37° 5 N., Long. 67 ° 6 E.' Eitel.

天魔

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tiān mó / tian1 mo2
t`ien mo / tien mo
 tenma / てんま
demonic; devil
{Buddh} (See 四魔) demon of the sixth heaven in the realm of desire who tries to prevent people from doing good
deva-māra, 魔羅 one of the four Māras, who dwells in the sixth heaven. Paranirmita-vaśa-vartin, at the top of the Kāmadhātu, with his innumerable host, whence he constantly obstructs the Buddha-truth and its followers. He is also styled 殺者 the slayer; also 波旬 explained by 惡愛 sinful love or desire, as he sends his daughters to seduce the saints; also 波卑 (波卑夜) Papiyan, the evil one. He is the special Māra of the Śākyamuni period; other Buddhas suffer from other Māras; v. 魔; Deva-māra

小戦

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 shousen / shosen / しょうせん brush; clash; encounter; skirmish

惷動

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 shundou / shundo / しゅんどう (irregular kanji usage) (noun/participle) (1) wriggling; squirming; maneuvering; manoeuvering; (2) mischief; despicable acts

憑條


凭条

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píng tiáo / ping2 tiao2
p`ing t`iao / ping tiao
paper docket confirming a transaction

散兵

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sǎn bīng / san3 bing1
san ping
 sanpei / sanpe / さんぺい
loose and disorganized soldiers; stragglers; fig. a loner
skirmisher

梧桐

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wú tóng / wu2 tong2
wu t`ung / wu tung
 godou / godo / ごどう
wutong (Firmiana platanifolia); Chinese parasol tree
(kana only) Chinese parasol-tree (Firmiana simplex); Chinese-bottletree; Japanese varnishtree; phoenix-tree; (given name) Godou

欲界

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yù jiè / yu4 jie4
yü chieh
 yokukai;yokkai / よくかい;よっかい
{Buddh} (See 三界・1) desire realm
kāmadhātu. The realm, or realms, of in purgatory, hungry spirits, animals, asuras, men, and the six heavens of desire. so called because the beings in these states are dominated by desire. The kāmadhātu realms are given as: 地居 Bhauma. 虛曇天 Antarikṣa. 四天王天 Caturmaharājakayika [i.e. the realms of 持國天 Dhṛtarāṣtra, east; 增長天 Virūḍhaka, south; 廣目天 Virūpakṣa, west; 多聞天 Vai śramaṇa (Dhanada), north]. 忉利天 Trayastriṃśa. 兜率天 Tuṣita. 化樂天 Nirmāṇarati. 他化自在天 Paranirmitavaśavarin; desire realm

硬化

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yìng huà / ying4 hua4
ying hua
 kouka / koka / こうか
to harden; hardening; sclerosis; fig. to become rigid or inflexible in opinions; to ossify
(noun/participle) (1) (ant: 軟化・1) hardening; vulcanization; vulcanisation; sclerosis; curing; (noun/participle) (2) (ant: 軟化・2) hardening (of attitude, stance, etc.); stiffening; toughening; (noun/participle) (3) (ant: 軟化・3) upturn (in the market); firming up

老弱

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 roujaku / rojaku / ろうじゃく (noun or adjectival noun) (1) infirmities of old age; (noun or adjectival noun) (2) (obsolete) (See 老若) young and old; all ages

老病

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lǎo bìng / lao3 bing4
lao ping
 roubyou / robyo / ろうびょう
infirmities of old age
old age and sickness

老衰

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 rousui / rosui / ろうすい (n,vs,adj-no) senility; senile decay; infirmity (through age)

蒲柳

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 horyuu / horyu / ほりゅう (1) purple willow; (2) infirmity; delicate constitution

蒼梧


苍梧

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cāng wú / cang1 wu2
ts`ang wu / tsang wu
 sougo / sogo / そうご
Cangwu county in Wuzhou 梧州[Wu2 zhou1], Guangxi
(kana only) (See 梧桐) Chinese parasol-tree (Firmiana simplex); Chinese bottletree; Japanese varnishtree; phoenix-tree; (given name) Sougo

蠕蠕

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rú rú / ru2 ru2
ju ju
wiggling; squirming

蠢動


蠢动

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chǔn dòng / chun3 dong4
ch`un tung / chun tung
 shundou / shundo / しゅんどう
to wriggle; (fig.) to stir up trouble; (of a sentiment) to stir
(noun/participle) (1) wriggling; squirming; maneuvering; manoeuvering; (2) mischief; despicable acts

青桐

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 seitou / seto / せいとう (kana only) Chinese parasol-tree (Firmiana simplex); Chinese-bottletree; Japanese varnishtree; phoenix-tree; (given name) Seitou

他化天

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tā huà tiān / ta1 hua4 tian1
t`a hua t`ien / ta hua tien
 take ten
(他化自在天) Paranirmita-vaśavartin, 婆羅尼蜜婆舍跋提天; 婆那和提; 波舍跋提 the sixth of the six heavens of desire, or passion heavens, the last of the six devalokas, the abode of Maheśvara (i. e. Śiva), and of Māra; (Skt. paranirmita-vaśavartin)

伯明翰

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bó míng hàn / bo2 ming2 han4
po ming han
Birmingham

前哨戦

see styles
 zenshousen / zenshosen / ぜんしょうせん (1) (preliminary) skirmish; (2) prelude; preliminary encounter; warm-up match (e.g. before a final)

前哨戰


前哨战

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qián shào zhàn / qian2 shao4 zhan4
ch`ien shao chan / chien shao chan
skirmish

前衛戦

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 zeneisen / zenesen / ぜんえいせん skirmish; prefinals (in games)

前駆戦

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 zenkusen / ぜんくせん skirmish; prefinal (in games)

小衝突


小冲突

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xiǎo chōng tū / xiao3 chong1 tu1
hsiao ch`ung t`u / hsiao chung tu
skirmish; clash; dispute; brush

梧桐科

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wú tóng kē / wu2 tong2 ke1
wu t`ung k`o / wu tung ko
Sterculiaceae, family of Malvale trees incl. Cacao, Cola and Firmiana

確認者

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 kakuninsha / かくにんしゃ verifier; identifier; confirmor; confirming party

納経帳

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 noukyouchou / nokyocho / のうきょうちょう book of stamps (each confirming donation to a temple on a pilgrimage)

もぐもぐ

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 mogumogu / もぐもぐ (adv,vs,adv-to) (1) (onomatopoeic or mimetic word) mumbling; chewing one's words; (2) (onomatopoeic or mimetic word) chewing (food term); (3) (onomatopoeic or mimetic word) squirming; wriggling

もごもご

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 mogomogo / もごもご (adv,vs,adv-to) (1) (onomatopoeic or mimetic word) mumbling; chewing one's words; (2) (onomatopoeic or mimetic word) chewing (food term); (3) (onomatopoeic or mimetic word) squirming; wriggling

もじもじ

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 mojimoji / もじもじ (adv,vs) (onomatopoeic or mimetic word) bashfully; hesitantly; fidgety; restlessly; squirming; wriggling; haltingly

もそもそ

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 mosomoso / もそもそ (vs,adv,adv-to) (onomatopoeic or mimetic word) creeping about; stirring restlessly; squirming

もぞもぞ

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 mozomozo / もぞもぞ (vs,adv,adv-to) (onomatopoeic or mimetic word) creeping about; stirring restlessly; squirming

わらわら

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 warawara / わらわら (adv,adv-to,vs) (onomatopoeic or mimetic word) bustling; shuffling; squirming; creepy crawly

アオギリ

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 aogiri / アオギリ (kana only) Chinese parasol-tree (Firmiana simplex); Chinese-bottletree; Japanese varnishtree; phoenix-tree

モジモジ

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 mojimoji / モジモジ (adv,vs) (onomatopoeic or mimetic word) bashfully; hesitantly; fidgety; restlessly; squirming; wriggling; haltingly

ワラワラ

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 warawara / ワラワラ (adv,adv-to,vs) (onomatopoeic or mimetic word) bustling; shuffling; squirming; creepy crawly; (place-name) Walla Walla

八福生處


八福生处

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bā fú shēng chù / ba1 fu2 sheng1 chu4
pa fu sheng ch`u / pa fu sheng chu
 hachifuku shōsho
The eight happy conditions in which he may be reborn who keeps the five commands and the ten good ways and bestows alms: (1) rich and honourable among men; (2) in the heavens of the four deva kings; (3) the Indra heavens; (4) Suyāma heavens; (5) Tuṣita heaven; (6) 化樂nirmāṇarati heaven, i.e. the fifth devaloka; (7) 他化 Paranirmita-vaśavartin, i.e. the sixth devaloka heaven; (8) the brahma-heavens. 八福田 The eight fields for cultivating blessedness: Buddhas; arhats (or saints); preaching monks (upādhyāya); teachers (ācārya); friars; father; mother; the sick. Buddhas, arhats, and friars (or monks in general) are termed 敬田 reverence-fields; the sick are 悲田 compassion-fields; the rest are 恩田grace- or gratitude- fields. Another group is: to make roads and wells; canals and bridges; repair dangerous roads; be dutiful to parents; support monks; tend the sick; save from disaster or distress; provide for a quinquennial assembly. Another: serving the Three Precious Ones, i.e. the Buddha; the Law; the Order; parents; the monks as teachers; the poor; the sick; animals; eight fortunate rebirths

婆舍跋提

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pó shè bá tí / po2 she4 ba2 ti2
p`o she pa t`i / po she pa ti
 Bashabadai
Vaśavartin, the sixth desire-heaven, the abode of Māra, the god of lust, sin, and death; its occupants avail themselves of the merits of others for their own pleasure; it is also called the abode of Śikhin (Brahma) as lord of fire; also 他化自在天 and 婆羅尼密婆舍跋提 Paranirmitavaśavartin.

安全確認

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 anzenkakunin / あんぜんかくにん safety confirmation; confirming (something) is safe

小競合い

see styles
 kozeriai / こぜりあい (noun/participle) (1) skirmish; brush (with the enemy); small fight with a military enemy; (2) squabble; quarrel; brief argument; exchange of words

樂變化天


乐变化天

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lè biàn huà tiān / le4 bian4 hua4 tian1
le pien hua t`ien / le pien hua tien
 gyō henge ten
Sunirmita, the fifth of the six desire-heavens, where every form of joy is attainable at will; also 化樂天 (化自樂天); 妙樂化天; heaven of the automatic reception of one's sensual desires

須湼蜜陀


须湼蜜陀

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xū niè mì tuó / xu1 nie4 mi4 tuo2
hsü nieh mi t`o / hsü nieh mi to
sunirmita, but suggestive in meaning of nirmāṇarati, heavens or devas of joyful transformation; (Skt. sunirmita)

小ぜり合い

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 kozeriai / こぜりあい (noun/participle) (1) skirmish; brush (with the enemy); small fight with a military enemy; (2) squabble; quarrel; brief argument; exchange of words

小競り合い

see styles
 kozeriai / こぜりあい (noun/participle) (1) skirmish; brush (with the enemy); small fight with a military enemy; (2) squabble; quarrel; brief argument; exchange of words

梧桐;青桐

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 aogiri;gotou;aogiri / aogiri;goto;aogiri / あおぎり;ごとう;アオギリ (kana only) Chinese parasol-tree (Firmiana simplex); Chinese-bottletree; Japanese varnishtree; phoenix-tree

西米德蘭茲


西米德兰兹

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xī mǐ dé lán zī / xi1 mi3 de2 lan2 zi1
hsi mi te lan tzu
West Midlands, UK county, capital Birmingham 伯明翰[Bo2 ming2 han4]

鎌をかける

see styles
 kamaokakeru / かまをかける (exp,v1) to trick someone (into confirming or revealing the truth); to ask a leading question

鎌を掛ける

see styles
 kamaokakeru / かまをかける (exp,v1) to trick someone (into confirming or revealing the truth); to ask a leading question

バーミンガム

see styles
 baamingamu / bamingamu / バーミンガム Birmingham; (place-name) Birmingham (Britain)

西米德蘭茲郡


西米德兰兹郡

see styles
xī mǐ dé lán zī jun / xi1 mi3 de2 lan2 zi1 jun4
hsi mi te lan tzu chün
West Midlands, UK county, capital Birmingham 伯明翰[Bo2 ming2 han4]

大般若波羅蜜多經


大般若波罗蜜多经

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dà bō rě bō luó mì duō jīng / da4 bo1 re3 bo1 luo2 mi4 duo1 jing1
ta po je po lo mi to ching
 Dai hannya haramitta kyō
Mahā-prajñāpāramitā sūtra, said to have been delivered by Śākyamuni in four places at sixteen assemblies, i.e. Gṛidhrakūṭa near Rājagṛha (Vulture Peak); Śrāvastī; Paranirmitavaśavartin, and Veluvana near Rājagṛha (Bamboo Garden). It consists of 600 juan as translated by Xuanzang. Parts of it were translated by others under various titles and considerable differences are found in them. It is the fundamental philosophical work of the Mahāyāna school, the formulation of wisdom, which is the sixth pāramitā; Mahā-prajñā-pāramitā-sūtra

もぐもぐ;もごもご

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 mogumogu;mogomogo / もぐもぐ;もごもご (adv,vs,adv-to) (1) (onomatopoeic or mimetic word) mumbling; chewing one's words; (adv,vs,adv-to) (2) (onomatopoeic or mimetic word) chewing (food term); (adv,vs,adv-to) (3) (onomatopoeic or mimetic word) squirming; wriggling

もじもじ;モジモジ

see styles
 mojimoji;mojimoji / もじもじ;モジモジ (adv,vs) (onomatopoeic or mimetic word) bashfully; hesitantly; fidgety; restlessly; squirming; wriggling; haltingly

もぞもぞ;もそもそ

see styles
 mozomozo;mosomoso / もぞもぞ;もそもそ (vs,adv,adv-to) (onomatopoeic or mimetic word) creeping about; stirring restlessly; squirming

わらわら;ワラワラ

see styles
 warawara;warawara / わらわら;ワラワラ (adv,adv-to,vs) (onomatopoeic or mimetic word) bustling; shuffling; squirming; creepy crawly

波羅尼密婆舍跋提天


波罗尼密婆舍跋提天

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bō luó ní mì pó shè bá tí tiān / bo1 luo2 ni2 mi4 po2 she4 ba2 ti2 tian1
po lo ni mi p`o she pa t`i t`ien / po lo ni mi po she pa ti tien
 haranimitsubashahadaiten
Paranirmita-vaśavartin, 'obedient to the will of those who are transformed by others,' M. W.; v. 他化自在天; (Skt. paranirmita-vaśavartin)

蠢動;惷動(iK)

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 shundou / shundo / しゅんどう (noun/participle) (1) wriggling; squirming; maneuvering; manoeuvering; (noun/participle) (2) mischief; despicable acts

小競り合い;小競合い;小ぜり合い

see styles
 kozeriai / こぜりあい (noun/participle) (1) skirmish; brush (with the enemy); small fight with a military enemy; (noun/participle) (2) squabble; quarrel; brief argument; exchange of words

鎌をかける;鎌を掛ける;カマを掛ける

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 kamaokakeru(鎌okakeru,鎌o掛keru);kamaokakeru(kamao掛keru) / かまをかける(鎌をかける,鎌を掛ける);カマをかける(カマを掛ける) (exp,v1) (kana only) (idiom) to trick someone (into confirming or revealing the truth); to ask a leading question

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