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Characters Pronunciation
Romanization
Simple Dictionary Definition

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shā / sha1
sha
 sha;sa / しゃ;さ
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granule; hoarse; raspy; sand; powder; CL:粒[li4]; abbr. for Tsar or Tsarist Russia
(numeric) one hundred-millionth; (female given name) Migiwa
bālukā. Sand; sands, e. g. of Ganges 恒河, implying countless; translit. s, ś, ṣ. Cf. 莎; (Skt. bālukā)

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/ lu4
lu
 ro;ro / ろ;ロ
 Vertical Wall Scroll
dew; syrup; nectar; outdoors (not under cover); to show; to reveal; to betray; to expose
(n,n-pref,n-suf) (abbreviation) (See 露西亜) Russia; (place-name) Russia
Dew; symbol of transience; to expose, disclose; dew

ガイ

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 gai / ガイ
 Vertical Wall Scroll
guy; (place-name) Gai (Russia); Gaj

マリ

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 mari / マリ
 Vertical Wall Scroll
Mali; (place-name) Mali; (given name) Mally; Mari; (place-name) Marii (Russia)

俄國


俄国

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é guó / e2 guo2
o kuo
 Vertical Wall Scroll
Russia

ロシア

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 roshia / ロシア
 Vertical Wall Scroll
(place-name) Russia

アムール

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 amuuru / amuru / アムール
 Vertical Wall Scroll
love (fre: amour); (place-name) Amur (Russia)

葉卡捷琳娜


叶卡捷琳娜

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yè kǎ jié lín nà / ye4 ka3 jie2 lin2 na4
yeh k`a chieh lin na / yeh ka chieh lin na
 Vertical Wall Scroll
Yekaterina or Ekaterina (name); Catherine the Great or Catherine the Second (1684-1727), Empress of Russia

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zhōu / zhou1
chou
 shū / とうしゅう
prefecture; (old) province; (old) administrative division; state (e.g. of US); oblast (Russia); canton (Switzerland)
sandbank; sandbar; (n,n-suf) (1) state; province; county; oblast; department (of ancient China); (2) continent; (suffix) (3) (archaism) dear; (given name) Toushuu
a region

オシ

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 oshi / オシ (place-name) Osh (Russia)

オハ

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 oha / オハ (place-name) Okha (Russia)

ソチ

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 sochi / ソチ (place-name) Sochi (Russia)

チタ

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 chita / チタ (place-name) Chita (Russia)

ヒバ

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 hiba / ヒバ (1) hinoki leaf; (2) (kana only) hiba false arborvitae (species of cypress, Thujopsis dolabrata); (3) (kana only) small ornamental false cypress (i.e. a variety of hinoki or a related species); (place-name) Khiva (Russia)

ボル

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 boru / ボル (place-name) Bolu (Turkey); Bor (Russia)

リダ

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 rida / リダ (place-name) Lida (Russia)

ルガ

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 ruga / ルガ (place-name) Luga (Russia)

ルシ

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 rushi / ルシ Rus' (old name of Russia)

レジ

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 reji / レジ (1) (abbreviation) (See レジスター・1) (cash) register; (2) (abbreviation) (See レジ係) cashier; (place-name) Rezh (Russia); Reg

中俄

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zhōng é / zhong1 e2
chung o
China-Russia

俄中

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é zhōng / e2 zhong1
o chung
Russia-China

和露

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 waro / わろ Japan and Russia; Japanese-Russian; (given name) Waro

圖瓦


图瓦

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tú wǎ / tu2 wa3
t`u wa / tu wa
Tuva, a republic in south-central Siberia, Russia

対ロ

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 tairo / たいロ (can be adjective with の) towards Russia (relations, policy, etc.)

対露

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 tairo / たいろ (can be adjective with の) towards Russia (relations, policy, etc.)

帝俄

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dì é / di4 e2
ti o
Tsarist Russia

征露

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 seiro / sero / せいろ (archaism) (term used primarily during the Russo-Japanese war) (See 日露戦争) attacking Russia; (given name) Seiro

日ロ

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 nichiro / にちロ Japan and Russia; Russo-Japanese

日露

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 hitsuyu / ひつゆ Japan and Russia; Russo-Japanese; (surname) Hitsuyu

旧露

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 kyuuro / kyuro / きゅうろ (place-name) old Russia

普丁

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pǔ dīng / pu3 ding1
p`u ting / pu ting
(Tw) Vladimir Putin (1952-), president of Russia

普京

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pǔ jīng / pu3 jing1
p`u ching / pu ching
Vladimir Putin (1952-), president of Russia

欧露

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 ouro / oro / おうろ European Russia

沙俄

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shā é / sha1 e2
sha o
Tsarist Russia; abbr. for 沙皇俄國|沙皇俄国[Sha1 huang2 E2 guo2]

浦塩

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 urajio / うらじお (place-name) Vladivostok (Russia) (abbr. old form of name)

浦潮

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 urajio / うらじお (place-name) Vladivostok (Russia) (abbr. old form of name)

渡露

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 toro / とろ (noun/participle) migration to Russia

索契

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suǒ qì / suo3 qi4
so ch`i / so chi
Sochi (city on the Black Sea in Russia)

聯俄


联俄

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lián é / lian2 e2
lien o
alliance with Russia (e.g. of early Chinese communists)

蘇俄


苏俄

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sū é / su1 e2
su o
Soviet Russia

訪露

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 houro / horo / ほうろ (noun/participle) visit to Russia

金磚


金砖

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jīn zhuān / jin1 zhuan1
chin chuan
BRIC; BRICS economic bloc (Brazil, Russia, India, China, South Africa)

露和

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 rowa / ろわ Russia and Japan; Russian-Japanese

露国

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 rokoku / ろこく Russia

露帝

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 rotei / rote / ろてい emperor of Russia (prior to 1917); tsar; czar; tzar

露日

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 ronichi / ろにち (can act as adjective) Russia and Japan

露満

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 roman / ろまん Russia and Manchuria

魯国

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 rokoku / ろこく Russia

アシノ

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 ashino / アシノ (place-name) Asino (Russia)

アバイ

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 abai / アバイ (place-name) Abai (Russia)

イシム

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 ishimu / イシム (place-name) Ishim (Russia); Ishm (Albania)

インタ

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 inta / インタ (1) (abbreviation) interchange; (2) (abbreviation) international; (prefix noun) (3) inter-; (place-name) Inta (Russia)

ウファ

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 ufa / ウファ (place-name) Ufa (Russia)

ウフタ

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 ufuta / ウフタ (place-name) Ukhta (Russia)

エレツ

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 eretsu / エレツ (place-name) Elets; Elets (Russia); Yelets

オネガ

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 onega / オネガ (place-name) Onega (Russia)

カザン

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 kazan / カザン (place-name) Kazan (Russia); Cazin

カルシ

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 karushi / カルシ (place-name) Kalush (Russia)

キゼル

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 kizeru / キゼル (place-name) Kizel (Russia)

キネリ

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 kineri / キネリ (place-name) Kinel (Russia)

キリシ

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 kirishi / キリシ (place-name) Kirishi (Russia)

クシバ

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 kushiba / クシバ (place-name) Kushva (Russia)

クリン

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 kurin / クリン (place-name) Klin (Russia)

ケルチ

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 keruchi / ケルチ (place-name) Kerch (Russia)

コトボ

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 kotobo / コトボ (place-name) Kotovo (Russia)

ゴーリ

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 goori / ゴーリ (place-name) Gori (Russia)

サソボ

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 sasobo / サソボ (place-name) Sasovo (Russia)

サトカ

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 satoka / サトカ (place-name) Satka (Russia)

サラン

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 saran / サラン (place-name) Saran (Russia); Salan; Sarant

ジマー

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 jimaa / jima / ジマー (place-name) Zima (Russia)

スフミ

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 sufumi / スフミ (place-name) Sukhumi (Russia)

スメラ

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 sumera / スメラ (place-name) Smela (Russia)

ソコル

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 sokoru / ソコル (place-name) Sokol (Russia)

タブダ

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 tabuda / タブダ (place-name) Tavda (Russia)

タラス

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 tarasu / タラス (place-name) Talas (Russia); Talus; Taras

チクシ

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 chikushi / チクシ (place-name) Tiksi (Russia)

チュー

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 chuu / chu / チュー (noun/participle) (1) (colloquialism) kiss; (n,adv-to) (2) squeak (as in the sound made by mice); (3) sound of liquid being sucked up; (place-name) Chu (Russia)

テケリ

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 tekeri / テケリ (place-name) Tekeli (Russia)

デナウ

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 denau / デナウ (place-name) Denau (Russia)

トプキ

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 topuki / トプキ (place-name) Topki (Russia)

ナルバ

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 naruba / ナルバ (place-name) Narva (Russia)

ニケリ

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 nikeri / ニケリ (place-name) Nikel (Russia)

ニブヒ

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 nibuhi / ニブヒ Nivkh (ethnic minority group of Russia, living near the Amur river and on Sakhalin); (personal name) Nivkhi

ニブフ

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 nibufu / ニブフ Nivkh (ethnic minority group of Russia, living near the Amur river and on Sakhalin)

ニヴヒ

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 niiihi / niihi / ニヴヒ Nivkh (ethnic minority group of Russia, living near the Amur river and on Sakhalin)

ニヴフ

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 niiifu / niifu / ニヴフ Nivkh (ethnic minority group of Russia, living near the Amur river and on Sakhalin)

ヌクス

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 nukusu / ヌクス (place-name) Nukus (Russia)

ヌレク

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 nureku / ヌレク (place-name) Nurek (Russia)

ハカス

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 hakasu / ハカス (place-name) Khakas (Russia)

バレイ

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 barei / bare / バレイ (place-name) Balei (Russia)

パラナ

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 parana / パラナ (place-name) Palana (Russia); Parana (Argentina)

ヒムキ

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 himuki / ヒムキ (place-name) Khimki (Russia)

ビキン

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 bikin / ビキン (place-name) Bikin (Russia)

ブハラ

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 buhara / ブハラ (place-name) Bukhara (Russia)

ペルミ

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 perumi / ペルミ (place-name) Perm (Russia)

ペンザ

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 penza / ペンザ (place-name) Penza (Russia)

ポーチ

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 poochi / ポーチ (1) porch; (2) pouch; (place-name) Poti (Russia)

マルイ

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 marui / マルイ (place-name) Maryi (Russia); Mary (Russia)

ミアス

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 miasu / ミアス (place-name) Miass (Russia)

ムロム

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 muromu / ムロム (place-name) Murom (Russia)

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

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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.

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