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Characters Pronunciation
Simple Dictionary Definition

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Mandarin/ ru2
Taiwan ju
Japanese ju / じゅ
 Vertical Wall Scroll
Chinese scholar; Confucian
Japanese Confucianism; Confucianist; Chinese scholar
A scholar; learned. Confucian.


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Japanese gakusei / gakuse / がくせい    gakushou;gakusou / gakusho;gakuso / がくしょう;がくそう Japanese student (esp. a university student); (1) (archaism) Heian-period student of government administration; (2) (archaism) Buddhist scholar; researcher at a Buddhist temple; person studying Buddhism; (3) (archaism) learning; scholarship; (personal name) Manabu



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Mandarin shǒu bù shì juàn / shou3 bu4 shi4 juan4
Taiwan shou pu shih chüan
 Vertical Wall Scroll
Chinese lit. always with a book in hand (idiom); fig. (of a student or scholar) diligent and hardworking


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Mandarin rú shēng / ru2 sheng1
Taiwan ju sheng
Japanese jusei / juse / じゅせい
Chinese Confucian scholar (old)
Japanese Confucian scholar


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Mandarin shì dà fū / shi4 da4 fu1
Taiwan shih ta fu
Japanese shitaifu / したいふ
Chinese scholar officials
Japanese Chinese scholar-bureaucrat; Chinese scholar-official

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Mandarin shì / shi4
Taiwan shih
Japanese shi / し
Chinese member of the senior ministerial class (old); scholar (old); bachelor; honorific; soldier; noncommissioned officer; specialist worker; surname Shi
Japanese (1) man (esp. one who is well-respected); (2) (See 侍・1) samurai; (suffix noun) (3) person (in a certain profession, esp. licensed); member; (personal name) Mamoru; (personal name) Mamori; (given name) Toichi; (given name) Tsukou; (female given name) Tsukasa; (given name) Katsuhito; (given name) Osamu; (given name) Akira
A gentleman, scholar, officer; elite

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Mandarin huái / huai2
Taiwan huai
Japanese enju;enju / えんじゅ;エンジュ
Chinese Chinese scholar tree (Sophora japonica); Japanese pagoda tree
Japanese (kana only) Japanese pagoda tree (Sophora japonica); (surname) Saikachi; (given name) Kai; (surname, female given name) Enju; (surname) Enji; (surname) Ebisu


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Mandarin yú dān / yu2 dan1
Taiwan yü tan
Chinese Yu Dan (1965-), female scholar, writer, educator and TV presenter


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Japanese zokuju / ぞくじゅ Japanese mediocre scholar


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Mandarin rú shì / ru2 shi4
Taiwan ju shih
Chinese a Confucian scholar


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Japanese sengaku / せんがく Japanese (See 後学・1) academic predecessor; scholars of the past; senior scholar



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Mandarin liú xiàng / liu2 xiang4
Taiwan liu hsiang
Japanese ryuukou / ryuko / りゅうこう    ryuukyou / ryukyo / りゅうきょう
Chinese Liu Xiang (77-6 BC), Han Dynasty scholar and author
Japanese (personal name) Ryuukou; (personal name) Ryuukyou


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Mandarin bó shì / bo2 shi4
Taiwan po shih
Japanese hakushi / はくし    hakase / はかせ
Chinese doctor; court academician (in feudal China); Ph.D.
Japanese (n,n-suf,adj-no) (1) doctor; PhD; Dr.; (2) (See 博士・はかせ・1) expert; learned person; (1) expert; learned person; (2) (colloquialism) (See 博士・はくし・1) doctor; PhD; Dr.; (3) instructor at the imperial court (ritsuryo period); (4) (See 墨譜) pitch and length marks (to accompany a Buddhist liturgical chant, etc.); (personal name) Hiroto; (male given name) Hiroshi; (given name) Hakase
a scholar; a scholar


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Mandarin míng shì / ming2 shi4
Taiwan ming shih
Japanese meishi / meshi / めいし
Chinese famous scholar; worthy; celebrity, esp. distinguished literary person having no official post
Japanese celebrity; personage


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Mandarin shì rén / shi4 ren2
Taiwan shih jen
Japanese shijin / しじん
Chinese scholar
Japanese (1) samurai; (2) person of extensive learning; person of great culture; person of superior social standing
a person of extensive learning


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Mandarin shì zǐ / shi4 zi3
Taiwan shih tzu
Japanese hitoko / ひとこ    shiko / しこ
Chinese official; scholar (old)
Japanese (female given name) Hitoko; (female given name) Shiko


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Japanese taiju / たいじゅ Japanese (1) great Confucian (scholar); (2) great scholar; person of great erudition


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Mandarin dà fang // dà fāng / da4 fang5 // da4 fang1
Taiwan ta fang // ta
Japanese ookata / おおかた
Chinese generous; magnanimous; stylish; in good taste; easy-mannered; natural and relaxed; expert; scholar; mother earth; a type of green tea
Japanese (noun - becomes adjective with の) (1) large part; greater part; majority; (2) people in general; general public; public at large; (adverb) (3) mostly; for the most part; almost; nearly; (4) probably; maybe; perhaps; (place-name, surname) Oogata; (place-name, surname) Ookata


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Japanese gakushou / gakusho / がくしょう Japanese (1) (See 学者・がくしゃ) scholar; (2) (See 学生・がくしょう・2) person studying Buddhism


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Japanese gakkyuu / gakkyu / がっきゅう Japanese scholar; student


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Japanese gakusha / がくしゃ Japanese (noun - becomes adjective with の) scholar



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Mandarin sūn shān / sun1 shan1
Taiwan sun shan
Japanese magoyama / まごやま
Chinese Sun Shan, Song Dynasty joker and talented scholar
Japanese (surname) Magoyama



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Mandarin xué rén / xue2 ren2
Taiwan hsüeh jen
Japanese gakunin
Chinese scholar; learned person
a student [of the way]



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Mandarin xué zǐ / xue2 zi3
Taiwan hsüeh tzu
Chinese (literary) student; scholar



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Mandarin xué jiā / xue2 jia1
Taiwan hsüeh chia
Chinese scholar



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Mandarin xué zhě / xue2 zhe3
Taiwan hsüeh che
Japanese gakusha
Chinese scholar
śaikṣa; one still under instruction, who has not yet reached to the arhat position; a student; person in training


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Mandarin hóng rú / hong2 ru2
Taiwan hung ju
Chinese learned scholar



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Mandarin zōng shī / zong1 shi1
Taiwan tsung shih
Japanese shūshi
Chinese great scholar respected for learning and integrity
an eminent monk


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Japanese teihyou / tehyo / ていひょう Japanese established opinion; established reputation; acknowledged authority; recognized scholar


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Japanese kajuku / かじゅく Japanese (historical) government-backed school operated by a scholar out of his home


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Mandarin sù rú / su4 ru2
Taiwan su ju
Chinese experienced scholar; old expert in the field


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Japanese shukugaku / しゅくがく Japanese renowned scholar


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Mandarin jū shì / ju1 shi4
Taiwan chü shih
Japanese koji / こじ
Japanese (1) {Buddh} (See 大姉・だいし) grhapati (layman; sometimes used as a posthumous suffix); (2) private-sector scholar
倶欏鉢底; 迦羅越 kulapati. A chief, head of a family; squire, landlord. A householder who practises Buddhism at home without becoming a monk. The female counterpart is 女居士. The 居士傳 is a compilation giving the biography of many devout Buddhists.


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Japanese shiju / しじゅ Japanese teacher; scholar



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Mandarin zhāng dài / zhang1 dai4
Taiwan chang tai
Chinese Zhang Dai (1597-c. 1684), late Ming scholar



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Mandarin zhāng cháng / zhang1 chang2
Taiwan chang ch`ang / chang chang
Chinese Zhang Chang, official and scholar of the Western Han dynasty



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Mandarin zhāng pǔ / zhang1 pu3
Taiwan chang p`u / chang pu
Chinese Zhang Pu (1602-1641), Ming dynasty scholar and prolific writer, proponent of 複社|复社[fu4 she4] cultural renewal movement, author of Five tombstone inscriptions 五人墓碑記|五人墓碑记[wu3 ren2 mu4 bei1 ji4]


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Japanese kougaku / kogaku / こうがく Japanese (1) (See 先学) younger scholar; (2) future reference



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Mandarin hòu xué / hou4 xue2
Taiwan hou hsüeh
Chinese junior scholar or pupil in imperial China


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Mandarin dé shì / de2 shi4
Taiwan te shih
Japanese tokushi
Virtuous scholar, a term for a monk in the Tang dynasty.


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Mandarin cái zǐ / cai2 zi3
Taiwan ts`ai tzu / tsai tzu
Japanese saishi / さいし
Chinese gifted scholar
Japanese talented man; clever man; (female given name) Motoko; (female given name) Toshiko; (female given name) Saishi; (female given name) Saiko


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Mandarin cuò dà / cuo4 da4
Taiwan ts`o ta / tso ta
Japanese sodai / そだい
Chinese worthless scholar; useless wretch
Japanese (given name) Sodai



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Mandarin yáng xióng / yang2 xiong2
Taiwan yang hsiung
Japanese youyuu / yoyu / ようゆう
Chinese Yang Xiong (53 BC-18 AD), scholar, poet and lexicographer, author of the first Chinese dialect dictionary 方言[Fang1 yan2]
Japanese (personal name) Youyuu


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Mandarin wén rén / wen2 ren2
Taiwan wen jen
Japanese bunjin / ぶんじん    fumibito / ふみびと
Chinese scholar; literati
Japanese person of letters; literary person; (archaism) (See 文人・ぶんじん) person of letters; poet; (given name) Monto; (given name) Bunjin; (given name) Fumindo; (given name) Fumihito; (given name) Fumito; (given name) Fuhito; (personal name) Ayahito; (personal name) Ayato


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Mandarin wén shì / wen2 shi4
Taiwan wen shih
Japanese bunshi / ぶんし
Chinese literati; scholar
Japanese man of letters; literary man; (personal name) Bunji; (given name) Bunshi; (personal name) Fumiji


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Japanese ekisaku / えきさく Japanese (honorific or respectful language) (obscure) the death of a scholar



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Mandarin shū shēng / shu1 sheng1
Taiwan shu sheng
Japanese shosei / shose / しょせい
Chinese scholar; intellectual; egghead
Japanese (1) student who performs housework in exchange for meals and-or lodging; (2) houseboy


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Mandarin lǐ fǎng / li3 fang3
Taiwan li fang
Chinese Li Fang (925-996), scholar between Tang and Song dynasties, author of fictional history


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Mandarin lǐ áo / li3 ao2
Taiwan li ao
Chinese Li Ao (774-836), Tang dynasty scholar and writer, colleague of Han Yu 韓愈 in promoting classical writing 古文運動|古文运动



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Mandarin lǐ zhào / li3 zhao4
Taiwan li chao
Chinese Li Zhao (c. 800), Tang dynasty scholar and official


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Mandarin zhèng shì / zheng4 shi4
Taiwan cheng shih
Japanese masahito / まさひと    masaji / まさじ    masashi / まさし    masao / まさお    tadashi / ただし    seiji / seji / せいじ    seishi / seshi / せいし    shoushi / shoshi / しょうし
Japanese (given name) Masahito; (given name) Masaji; (surname, given name) Masashi; (given name) Masao; (given name) Tadashi; (personal name) Seiji; (given name) Seishi; (personal name) Shoushi
Correct scholar, bodhisattva; excellent personage


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Mandarin tài dǒu / tai4 dou3
Taiwan t`ai tou / tai tou
Japanese taito / たいと
Chinese leading scholar of his time; magnate
Japanese (abbreviation) (See 泰山北斗) a great authority; (personal name) Yasuto; (personal name) Hiroto; (personal name) Taito



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Mandarin wáng sù / wang2 su4
Taiwan wang su
Chinese Wang Su (c. 195-256), classical scholar of Cao Wei dynasty, believed to have forged several classical texts



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Mandarin shēng yuán / sheng1 yuan2
Taiwan sheng yüan
Chinese scholar preparing for imperial examinations (in former times)


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Japanese sekiju / せきじゅ Japanese (Confucian) scholar


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Japanese sekigaku / せきがく Japanese great scholar; profound scholar


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Mandarin xiù cai / xiu4 cai5
Taiwan hsiu ts`ai / hsiu tsai
Japanese shuusai / shusai / しゅうさい
Chinese a person who has passed the county level imperial exam (historical); scholar; skillful writer; fine talent
Japanese (noun - becomes adjective with の) bright person; talented student; prodigy; (personal name) Hidetoshi



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Mandarin chéng yí / cheng2 yi2
Taiwan ch`eng i / cheng i
Japanese teii / te / ていい
Chinese Cheng Yi (1033-1107), Song neo-Confucian scholar
Japanese (person) Cheng Yi (1033-1107); Chang Yi



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Mandarin chéng hào / cheng2 hao4
Taiwan ch`eng hao / cheng hao
Chinese Cheng Hao (1032-1085), Song neo-Confucian scholar


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Japanese rouju / roju / ろうじゅ Japanese elderly Confucian scholar



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Mandarin gēng dú / geng1 du2
Taiwan keng tu
Chinese to be both a farmer and a scholar; to work the land and also undertake academic studies


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Japanese fuju / ふじゅ Japanese pedant; worthless scholar


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Japanese hanju / はんじゅ Japanese (Confucian) scholar retained by a feudal lord or daimyo



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Mandarin zhū shēng / zhu1 sheng1
Taiwan chu sheng
Chinese Imperial scholar from the Ming Dynasty onwards


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Mandarin shào yōng / shao4 yong1
Taiwan shao yung
Chinese Shao Yong (1011-1077), Northern Song poet and Rationalist scholar 理學家|理学家



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Mandarin xiāng shēn / xiang1 shen1
Taiwan hsiang shen
Chinese a scholar or government official living in one's village; a village gentleman; squire



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Mandarin zhèng xuán / zheng4 xuan2
Taiwan cheng hsüan
Japanese jougen / jogen / じょうげん
Chinese Zheng Xuan (127-200), late Han scholar
Japanese (personal name) Jougen


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Mandarin ruǎn yuán / ruan3 yuan2
Taiwan juan yüan
Chinese scholar-official in the Qing dynasty (1764-1849)


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Mandarin yuàn shì / yuan4 shi4
Taiwan yüan shih
Chinese scholar; academician; fellow (of an academy)


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Mandarin yǎ shì / ya3 shi4
Taiwan ya shih
Japanese masahito / まさひと    masashi / まさし    masao / まさお
Chinese elegant scholar
Japanese (given name) Masahito; (given name) Masashi; (personal name) Masao


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Mandarin gāo shì / gao1 shi4
Taiwan kao shih
Japanese koushi / koshi / こうし
Japanese man of noble character; (s,m) Takashi; (given name) Takao; (personal name) Koushi
Eminent scholar; old tr. for Bodhisattva.


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Mandarin wèi yuán / wei4 yuan2
Taiwan wei yüan
Japanese gigen / ぎげん
Chinese Wei Yuan (1794-1857), Qing dynasty thinker, historian and scholar
Japanese (personal name) Gigen


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Japanese teinouji / tenoji / ていのうじ Japanese feeble-minded child; poor scholar


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Japanese teinouji / tenoji / ていのうじ Japanese (irregular kanji usage) feeble-minded child; poor scholar


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Japanese jugakusha / じゅがくしゃ Japanese Confucian scholar



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Mandarin sī mǎ tán / si1 ma3 tan2
Taiwan ssu ma t`an / ssu ma tan
Chinese Sima Tan (-110 BC), Han dynasty scholar and historian, and father of 司馬遷|司马迁[Si1 ma3 Qian1]



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Mandarin lǚ dòng bīn / lu:3 dong4 bin1
Taiwan lü tung pin
Chinese Lü Dongbin (796-), Tang Dynasty scholar, one of the Eight Immortals 八仙[Ba1 xian1]



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Mandarin zhōu dūn yí / zhou1 dun1 yi2
Taiwan chou tun i
Japanese shuutoni / shutoni / しゅうとんい
Chinese Zhou Dunyi (1017-1073), Song dynasty neo-Confucian scholar
Japanese (person) Zhou Dunyi (1017-1073 CE)


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Japanese wasanka / わさんか Japanese (See 和算) scholar of Japanese mathematics; expert of Japanese maths


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Japanese kokugakusha / こくがくしゃ Japanese scholar of (ancient) Japanese literature and culture


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Japanese daihakase / だいはかせ Japanese (archaism) distinguished scholar; holder of a higher doctorate; (place-name) Daihakase


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Japanese daigakusha / だいがくしゃ Japanese great scholar; savant; polymath



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Mandarin kǒng yǐng dá / kong3 ying3 da2
Taiwan k`ung ying ta / kung ying ta
Chinese Kong Yingda (574-648), Confucian scholar


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Japanese gakumonsou / gakumonso / がくもんそう Japanese scholar monk


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Japanese gakushuusha / gakushusha / がくしゅうしゃ Japanese learner; student; scholar



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Mandarin zhāng zì liè / zhang1 zi4 lie4
Taiwan chang tzu lieh
Chinese Zhang Zilie (1597-1673), Ming dynasty scholar, author of Zhengzitong 正字通[Zheng4 zi4 tong1]


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Japanese bungakusha / ぶんがくしゃ Japanese (1) scholar of literature; literary person; man of letters; (2) writer


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Japanese sonpuushi / sonpushi / そんぷうし Japanese rural scholar or pedagogue; pedant


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Mandarin kē shào mín / ke1 shao4 min2
Taiwan k`o shao min / ko shao min
Chinese Ke Shaomin (1850-1933), scholar, author of New History of the Yuan Dynasty 新元史[Xin1 Yuan2 shi3]


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Mandarin méi lǐ měi / mei2 li3 mei3
Taiwan mei li mei
Chinese Prosper Mérimée (1803-1870), French scholar and writer, author of novel Carmen on which Bizet based his opera



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Mandarin yáng shǒu rén / yang2 shou3 ren2
Taiwan yang shou jen
Chinese Yang Shouren (1912-2005), PRC agricultural scientist; Yang Shouren (16th century), Ming dynasty scholar


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Mandarin zhèng zì tōng / zheng4 zi4 tong1
Taiwan cheng tzu t`ung / cheng tzu tung
Chinese Zhengzitong, Chinese character dictionary with 33,549 entries, edited by Ming scholar Zhang Zilie 張自烈|张自烈[Zhang1 Zi4 lie4] in 17th century


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Japanese kangakusha / かんがくしゃ Japanese Sinologist; scholar of the Chinese classics



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Mandarin hàn xué jiā / han4 xue2 jia1
Taiwan han hsüeh chia
Chinese sinologist; scholar of Chinese


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Mandarin wáng shū wén / wang2 shu1 wen2
Taiwan wang shu wen
Chinese Wang Shuwen (735-806), famous Tang dynasty scholar, Go player and politician, a leader of failed Yongzhen Reform 永貞革新|永贞革新[Yong3 zhen1 Ge2 xin1] of 805



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Mandarin wáng guó wéi / wang2 guo2 wei2
Taiwan wang kuo wei
Chinese Wang Guowei (1877-1927), noted scholar


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Mandarin wáng fū zhī / wang2 fu1 zhi1
Taiwan wang fu chih
Chinese Wang Fuzhi (1619-1692), wide-ranging scholar of the Ming-Qing transition


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Mandarin wáng xiǎo bō / wang2 xiao3 bo1
Taiwan wang hsiao po
Chinese Wang Xiaobo (1952-1997), scholar and novelist



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Mandarin wáng dài yú / wang2 dai4 yu2
Taiwan wang tai yü
Chinese Wang Daiyu (1584-1670), Hui Islamic scholar of the Ming-Qing transition



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Mandarin lǐ xué jiā / li3 xue2 jia1
Taiwan li hsüeh chia
Chinese scholar of the rationalist school of Neo-Confucianism 理學|理学[Li3 xue2]

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


This page contains 100 results for "Scholar" 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: Soup or Bath

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Chinese Buddhist terms come from Dictionary of Chinese Buddhist Terms by William Edward Soothill and Lewis Hodous. This is commonly referred to as "Soothill's'". It was first published in 1937 (and is now off copyright so we can use it here). Some of these definitions may be misleading, incomplete, or dated, but 95% of it is good information. Every professor who teaches Buddhism or Eastern Religion has a copy of this on their bookshelf. We incorporated these 16,850 entries into our dictionary database ourselves (it was lot of work).

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