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There are 35 total results for your Maka search.

Characters Pronunciation
Romanization
Simple Dictionary Definition

マカ

see styles
 maka / マカ
 Scroll
maca (Lepidium meyenii)

万花

see styles
 maka / まか (female given name) Maka

摩何

see styles
mó hé / mo2 he2
mo ho
 maka
indifferently

摩訶


摩诃

see styles
mó hē / mo2 he1
mo ho
 maka / まか
transliteration of Sanskrit mahā, great
(n,n-pref) {Buddh} maha (great)
mahā, great, large, very; also摩醯; 莫訶.

真赤

see styles
 maaka / maka / まあか (noun or adjectival noun) bright red; deep red; (female given name) Mako

磨下

see styles
mó xià / mo2 xia4
mo hsia
 maka
磨司; 磨院 The place in a monastery for grinding corn; the place in a monastery for grinding grains

磨訶


磨诃

see styles
mó hē / mo2 he1
mo ho
 maka
mahā, 磨醯 mahi; v. 摩訶.

茉加

see styles
 maka / まか (female given name) Maka

茉霞

see styles
 maka / まか (female given name) Maka

莫訶


莫诃

see styles
mù hē / mu4 he1
mu ho
 maka
mahā, cf. 摩; Mahī, or Mahānada, a small river in Magadha, and one flowing into the gulf of Cambay.

魔花

see styles
 maka / まか (female given name) Maka

まあか

see styles
 maaka / maka / まあか (female given name) Maaka

マーカ

see styles
 maaka / maka / マーカ marker

真亜華

see styles
 maaka / maka / まあか (female given name) Maaka

マーカー

see styles
 maakaa / maka / マーカー marker

摩訶止觀


摩诃止观

see styles
mó hē zhǐ guān / mo2 he1 zhi3 guan1
mo ho chih kuan
 Maka shikan
Mohe zhiguan

摩訶般若


摩诃般若

see styles
mó hē bō rě / mo2 he1 bo1 re3
mo ho po je
 maka hannya
mahāprajñā, v. 般, great wisdom, great insight into all truth.

摩訶拘絺羅


摩诃拘絺罗

see styles
mó hē jū chī luó / mo2 he1 ju1 chi1 luo2
mo ho chü ch`ih lo / mo ho chü chih lo
 Maka kuchira
Mahākauṣṭhila, a disciple of the Buddha; also 摩訶倶瑟耻羅; v. 拘; Mahā-Kauṣṭhila

摩訶曼陀羅


摩诃曼陀罗

see styles
mó hē màn tuó luó / mo2 he1 man4 tuo2 luo2
mo ho man t`o lo / mo ho man to lo
 maka mandara
(flowers of) mahāmāndārava (a kind of heavenly plant)

摩訶缽特摩


摩诃钵特摩

see styles
mó hē bō tè mó / mo2 he1 bo1 te4 mo2
mo ho po t`e mo / mo ho po te mo
 maka hatoma
great white lotus

摩訶般若經


摩诃般若经

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mó hē bō rě jīng / mo2 he1 bo1 re3 jing1
mo ho po je ching
 Maka hannya kyō
Mahāprajñāpāramitā-sūtra

摩訶迦旃延


摩诃迦旃延

see styles
mó hē jiā zhān yán / mo2 he1 jia1 zhan1 yan2
mo ho chia chan yen
 Maka Kasennen
Mahākātyāyana, one of the principal disciples of Śākyamuni; v. 大 and 迦.

摩訶迦栴延


摩诃迦栴延

see styles
mó hē jiā zhān yán / mo2 he1 jia1 zhan1 yan2
mo ho chia chan yen
 Maka kasenen
Mahā-kātyāyana

摩訶般湼槃那


摩诃般湼槃那

see styles
mó hē bān niè pán nà / mo2 he1 ban1 nie4 pan2 na4
mo ho pan nieh p`an na / mo ho pan nieh pan na
 maka han nehanna
mahāparinirvāṇa, v. 涅, the great complete nirvāṇa, final release, perfect rest; (Skt. mahāparinirvāṇa)

摩訶質帝薩埵


摩诃质帝萨埵

see styles
mó hē zhí dì sà duǒ / mo2 he1 zhi2 di4 sa4 duo3
mo ho chih ti sa to
 maka shittei satta
mahācittasattva. A great-mind being, a bodhisattva. Also 摩訶菩堤質帝薩埵.

摩訶般若放光經


摩诃般若放光经

see styles
mó hē bō rě fàng guāng jīng / mo2 he1 bo1 re3 fang4 guang1 jing1
mo ho po je fang kuang ching
 Maka hannya hōkō kyō
Pañcaviṃśati-sāhasrikā-prajñāpāramitā-sūtra

摩訶菩提僧伽藍


摩诃菩提僧伽蓝

see styles
mó hē pú tí sēng qié lán / mo2 he1 pu2 ti2 seng1 qie2 lan2
mo ho p`u t`i seng ch`ieh lan / mo ho pu ti seng chieh lan
 Maka bodai sōgaran
Temple of Great Enlightenment

カラー・マーカー

see styles
 karaa maakaa / kara maka / カラー・マーカー color marking pen; colour marking pen

摩訶般若波羅蜜經


摩诃般若波罗蜜经

see styles
mó hē bō rě bō luó mì jīng / mo2 he1 bo1 re3 bo1 luo2 mi4 jing1
mo ho po je po lo mi ching
 Maka hannya haramitsu kyō
Mohe boruo boluomi jing

マジック・マーカー

see styles
 majikku maakaa / majikku maka / マジック・マーカー magic marker

摩訶般若波羅蜜多心經


摩诃般若波罗蜜多心经

see styles
mó hē bō rě bō luó mì duō xīn jīng / mo2 he1 bo1 re3 bo1 luo2 mi4 duo1 xin1 jing1
mo ho po je po lo mi to hsin ching
 Maka hannya haramitta shingyō
Heart Sūtra

提波羅惹寺麻訶所生祕決


提波罗惹寺麻诃所生祕决

see styles
tí bō luó rě sì má hē suǒ shēng mì jué / ti2 bo1 luo2 re3 si4 ma2 he1 suo3 sheng1 mi4 jue2
t`i po lo je ssu ma ho so sheng mi chüeh / ti po lo je ssu ma ho so sheng mi chüeh
 Daiharajaji maka shoshō hiketsu
Secrets of Deva Rāja Temple and the Great Birth

マーカー(P);マーカ(P)

see styles
 maakaa(p);maaka(p) / maka(p);maka(p) / マーカー(P);マーカ(P) marker

カラーマーカー;カラー・マーカー

see styles
 karaamaakaa;karaa maakaa / karamaka;kara maka / カラーマーカー;カラー・マーカー color marking pen; colour marking pen

マジックマーカー;マジック・マーカー

see styles
 majikkumaakaa;majikku maakaa / majikkumaka;majikku maka / マジックマーカー;マジック・マーカー magic marker

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

This page contains 35 results for "Maka" 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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