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Characters Pronunciation
Simple Dictionary Definition

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Mandarin shàng / shang4
Taiwan shang
Japanese shō / まこと
 Vertical Wall Scroll
Chinese still; yet; to value; to esteem
Japanese (adv,conj) (kana only) furthermore; still; yet; more; still more; in addition; greater; further; (personal name) Makoto
to beg


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Mandarin shàng dì / shang4 di4
Taiwan shang ti
Japanese joutei;shoutei / jote;shote / じょうてい;しょうてい
 Vertical Wall Scroll
Chinese God
Japanese (1) Shangdi (creator deity in Chinese folk religion); (2) God (in Christianity)


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Mandarin shàng hǎi / shang4 hai3
Taiwan shang hai
Japanese shanhai / シャンハイ
 Vertical Wall Scroll
Chinese Shanghai municipality, central east China, abbr. to 滬|沪[Hu4]
Japanese Shanghai (China); (place-name) Shanghai (China)


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Mandarin shàng děng / shang4 deng3
Taiwan shang teng
Japanese joutou / joto / じょうとう
 Vertical Wall Scroll
Chinese highest quality; top-notch
Japanese (adj-no,adj-na,n) (1) superior; first-class; excellent; top quality; (interjection) (2) (that's) just fine!; bring it on!; (surname) Uera



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Mandarin shàng jìn / shang4 jin4
Taiwan shang chin
Japanese jōshin / じょうしん
 Vertical Wall Scroll
Chinese to make progress; to do better; fig. ambitious to improve oneself; to move forwards
Japanese (noun/participle) progress; advance; (given name) Joushin


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Mandarin tiān shàng / tian1 shang4
Taiwan t`ien shang / tien shang
Japanese tenjō / てんじょう
 Vertical Wall Scroll
Chinese celestial; heavenly
Japanese (n,vs,adj-no) the heavens; (given name) Tenjou
The heavens above, i. e. the six devalokas 六欲天 of the region of desire and the rupalokas andarupalokas, i. e. 色 and 無色界; heavenly realm



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Mandarin bēi shāng / bei1 shang1
Taiwan pei shang
Japanese hishou / hisho / ひしょう
 Vertical Wall Scroll
Chinese sad; sorrowful
Japanese (noun/participle) grief



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Mandarin yē hé huá / ye1 he2 hua2
Taiwan yeh ho hua
 Vertical Wall Scroll
Chinese Jehovah (biblical name for God, Hebrew: YHWH); compare Yahweh 雅威[Ya3 wei1] and God 上帝[Shang4 di4]



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Mandarin shāng gōng zhī niǎo / shang1 gong1 zhi1 niao3
Taiwan shang kung chih niao
Japanese shoukyuunotori / shokyunotori / しょうきゅうのとり
 Vertical Wall Scroll
Chinese see 驚弓之鳥|惊弓之鸟[jing1 gong1 zhi1 niao3]
Japanese (exp,n) (idiom) (yoji) (person who is) once bitten twice shy; someone who has become overly cautious due to a bad experience


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Mandarin zhǎng shàng míng zhū / zhang3 shang4 ming2 zhu1
Taiwan chang shang ming chu
 Vertical Wall Scroll
Chinese lit. a pearl in the palm (idiom); fig. beloved person (esp. daughter)

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Mandarin shàng / shang4
Taiwan shang
Chinese old variant of 上[shang4]

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Mandarin shàng / shang4
Taiwan shang
Japanese jō / じょう
Chinese on top; upon; above; upper; previous; first (of multiple parts); to climb; to get onto; to go up; to attend (class or university)
Japanese (suffix noun) (1) from the standpoint of; as a matter of (e.g. fact); in the field of; being of the type of; (2) aboard (a ship or vehicle); on top of; on; above; (3) (See 下・げ・2,上巻) first volume (e.g. book); (n,pref) (4) superior quality; best; top; high class; (5) going up; (6) governmental; imperial; (7) presenting; showing; (prefix) (8) ana- (medical, biol.); (surname) Noboru
uttarā 嗢呾羅; above upper, superior; on; former. To ascend, offer to a superior.

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Mandarin shāng / shang1
Taiwan shang
Japanese shō / きず
Chinese to injure; injury; wound
Japanese (1) wound; injury; cut; gash; bruise; scratch; scrape; scar; (2) chip; crack; scratch; nick; (3) flaw; defect; weakness; weak point; (4) stain (on one's reputation); disgrace; dishonor; dishonour; (5) (emotional) hurt; hurt feelings
To injure, wound, hurt, harm, distress, A tr. of yakṣa; a wound

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Mandarin shāng / shang1
Taiwan shang
Japanese shō / しょう
Chinese commerce; merchant; dealer; to consult; 2nd note in pentatonic scale; quotient (as in 智商[zhi4 shang1], intelligence quotient)
Japanese (n,n-suf) (1) {math} (See 積・1) quotient; (2) dealing; dealer; store; (3) (See 五音) second degree (of the Japanese and Chinese pentatonic scale); (4) (See 殷) Shang dynasty (China, approx. 1600-1046 BCE); Yin dynasty; (surname) Shouzaki
To consult arrange; trade, a merchant; translit. śaṇ, saṃ, śa, śā; to consult

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Mandarin shǎng / shang3
Taiwan shang
Chinese unit of land area (equivalent to 10 or 15 mǔ 畝|亩[mu3] in parts of northeast China, but only 3 or 5 mǔ in northwest China)

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Mandarin shāng / shang1
Taiwan shang
Chinese plowed earth; soil moisture; furrow

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Mandarin shàng / shang4
Taiwan shang
Chinese variant of 尚, still; yet; to value; to esteem

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Mandarin shǎng / shang3
Taiwan shang
Chinese part of the day; midday

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Mandarin shāng / shang1
Taiwan shang
Chinese to die in childhood; war dead

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Mandarin shāng / shang1
Taiwan shang
Chinese old variant of 湯|汤[shang1]

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Mandarin shāng / shang1
Taiwan shang
Chinese entropy (physics)

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Mandarin shàng / shang4
Taiwan shang
Chinese to sole a shoe

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Mandarin shàng / shang4
Taiwan shang
Chinese Cerambyx rugicollis

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Mandarin shāng / shang1
Taiwan shang
Japanese sakazuki / さかづき
Chinese feast; goblet
Japanese sake cup; cup for alcoholic beverages

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Mandarin shāng / shang1
Taiwan shang
Chinese to consult; to deliberate; commerce

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Mandarin shǎng / shang3
Taiwan shang
Japanese shō / しょう
Chinese to bestow (a reward); to give (to an inferior); to hand down; a reward (bestowed by a superior); to appreciate (beauty)
Japanese (n,n-suf) prize; award; (given name) Masaru
to reward, award


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Mandarin shàng sān / shang4 san1
Taiwan shang san
Japanese jōsan / うえさん
Japanese (surname) Uesan
the above three


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Mandarin shàng shàng / shang4 shang4
Taiwan shang shang
Japanese jōjō / じょうじょう
Japanese (adj-na,n,adj-no) the best; great; superb
best of the best


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Mandarin shàng xià / shang4 xia4
Taiwan shang hsia
Japanese jōge / じょうげ
Chinese up and down; top and bottom; old and new; length; about
Japanese (1) top and bottom; high and low; above and below; upper and lower ends; up and down; (noun/participle) (2) going up and down; rising and falling; fluctuating; (3) going and coming back; (4) upper and lower classes; ruler and ruled; the government and the people; (5) first and second volumes; (place-name, surname) Jouge
above and below


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Mandarin shàng zhōng / shang4 zhong1
Taiwan shang chung
Japanese jōchū / つじなか
Japanese (surname) Tsujinaka
superior and middle-level


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Mandarin shàng shèng / shang4 sheng4
Taiwan shang sheng
Japanese jōjō
Chinese first-class; best quality; also pr. [shang4 sheng4]
Mahāyāna; also 上衍, 大乘 q. v; superior vehicle


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Mandarin shàng jiāo / shang4 jiao1
Taiwan shang chiao
Chinese to hand over to; to give to higher authority; to seek connections in high places


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Mandarin shàng rén / shang4 ren2
Taiwan shang jen
Japanese jō nin / しょうにん
Japanese holy priest; saint; (place-name) Shounin
A man of superior wisdom, virtue, and conduct, a term applied to monks during the Tang dynasty; excellent personage


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Mandarin shàng dài / shang4 dai4
Taiwan shang tai
Japanese joudai;uwadai / jodai;uwadai / じょうだい;うわだい
Chinese previous generation
Japanese (noun - becomes adjective with の) (1) ancient times; (2) (nominal) retail price; (surname) Jōdai


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Mandarin shàng rèn / shang4 ren4
Taiwan shang jen
Japanese uehito / うえひと
Chinese to take office; previous (incumbent); predecessor
Japanese (surname) Uehito


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Mandarin shàng wèi / shang4 wei4
Taiwan shang wei
Japanese joui / joi / じょうい
Chinese seat of honor; person in a high-ranking position; to be promoted to a more senior role; (genetics) epistatic
Japanese (noun - becomes adjective with の) (1) superior (in rank); top; ranking; (2) {comp} higher order (e.g. byte); (3) {comp} host computer (of connected device)


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Mandarin shàng zhù / shang4 zhu4
Taiwan shang chu
Japanese jōjū / うわずみ
Japanese (surname) Uwazumi
higher abodes


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Mandarin shàng jiā / shang4 jia1
Taiwan shang chia
Chinese excellent; outstanding; great



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Mandarin shàng lái / shang4 lai2
Taiwan shang lai
Japanese jōrai
Chinese to come up; to approach; (verb complement indicating success)
from above


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Mandarin shàng gōng / shang4 gong1
Taiwan shang kung
Japanese jōgu
Chinese to make offerings (to gods or ancestors); to offer gifts to superiors in order to win their favor
To offer up an offering to Buddha, or to ancestors; to offer up



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Mandarin shàng ge / shang4 ge5
Taiwan shang ko
Chinese first (of two parts); last (week etc); previous; the above



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Mandarin shàng chuán / shang4 chuan2
Taiwan shang ch`uan / shang chuan
Chinese to upload


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Mandarin shàng yuán / shang4 yuan2
Taiwan shang yüan
Japanese jōgen / じょうげん
Japanese 15th day of the 1st lunar month; (surname) Kamimoto
The fifteenth of the first moon. See 孟蘭盆; fifteenth day of the first lunar month


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Mandarin shàng fēn / shang4 fen1
Taiwan shang fen
Japanese jōbun / かみぶん
Japanese (place-name, surname) Kamibun
upper part (of the body)


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Mandarin shàng qián / shang4 qian2
Taiwan shang ch`ien / shang chien
Japanese uwamae / うわまえ
Chinese to advance; to step forward
Japanese (1) (See 下前) part of the fabric that is wrapped farthest from the skin when wearing a garment that is wrapped in front of one (such as a kimono); (2) (See 上米・うわまい・1) percentage; commission; (surname) Kamimae



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Mandarin shàng shèng / shang4 sheng4
Taiwan shang sheng
Japanese jōshō / かみかつ
Japanese (place-name) Kamikatsu


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Mandarin shàng wǔ / shang4 wu3
Taiwan shang wu
Chinese morning; CL:個|个[ge4]


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Mandarin shàng bàn / shang4 ban4
Taiwan shang pan
Japanese jouhan / johan / じょうはん
Chinese first half
Japanese first half; upper half; (surname) Jouhan


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Mandarin shàng juǎn / shang4 juan3
Taiwan shang chüan
Japanese jōkan
first roll


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Mandarin shàng qù / shang4 qu4
Taiwan shang ch`ü / shang chü
Chinese to go up


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Mandarin shàng kǒu / shang4 kou3
Taiwan shang k`ou / shang kou
Japanese jouguchi / joguchi / じょうぐち
Chinese to be able to read aloud fluently; to be suitable (easy enough) for reading aloud
Japanese (place-name, surname) Jouguchi


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Mandarin shàng gǔ / shang4 gu3
Taiwan shang ku
Japanese jouko / joko / じょうこ
Chinese the distant past; ancient times; antiquity; early historical times
Japanese ancient times; (surname) Jouko


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Mandarin shàng jù / shang4 ju4
Taiwan shang chü
Japanese jōku / じょうく
Japanese first part of a poem; first part of a verse
the supreme sentence


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Mandarin shàng tái / shang4 tai2
Taiwan shang t`ai / shang tai
Japanese kamidai / かみだい
Chinese to rise to power (in politics); to go on stage (in the theater)
Japanese (place-name, surname) Kamidai


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Mandarin shàng si / shang4 si5
Taiwan shang ssu
Japanese joushi / joshi / じょうし
Chinese boss; superior
Japanese (See 部下,目上) (one's) superior; (one's) boss; the higher-ups; (personal name) Jouji


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Mandarin shàng hé / shang4 he2
Taiwan shang ho
Japanese jougou / jogo / じょうごう
Chinese SCO (Shanghai Cooperation Organisation); abbr. for 上海合作組織|上海合作组织[Shang4 hai3 He2 zuo4 Zu3 zhi1]
Japanese (obscure) (See 外合) superior conjunction; (place-name) Kamiai


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Mandarin shàng diào / shang4 diao4
Taiwan shang tiao
Chinese to hang oneself


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Mandarin shàng zhōu / shang4 zhou1
Taiwan shang chou
Chinese last week


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Mandarin shàng mèi / shang4 mei4
Taiwan shang mei
Japanese jōmi / うえあじ
Japanese (surname) Ueaji
excellent flavor


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Mandarin shàng pǐn / shang4 pin3
Taiwan shang p`in / shang pin
Japanese jōbon / じょうぼん
Chinese top-quality
Japanese Buddhism's highest paradise; (place-name) Kamishina
Superior order, grade, or class; higher level


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Mandarin shàng chún / shang4 chun2
Taiwan shang ch`un / shang chun
Japanese joushin(p);uwakuchibiru / joshin(p);uwakuchibiru / じょうしん(P);うわくちびる
Chinese upper lip; (entomology) labrum
Japanese upper lip


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Mandarin shàng huí / shang4 hui2
Taiwan shang hui
Chinese last time; the previous time


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Mandarin shàng dì / shang4 di4
Taiwan shang ti
Japanese jōji / わじ
Japanese (place-name) Waji
higher stages of practice


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Mandarin shàng zuò / shang4 zuo4
Taiwan shang tso
Japanese Jōza


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Mandarin shàng pō / shang4 po1
Taiwan shang p`o / shang po
Chinese uphill; upslope; to move upwards; to climb a slope


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Mandarin shàng yù / shang4 yu4
Taiwan shang yü
Chinese codomain of a function (math.)


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Mandarin shàng táng / shang4 tang2
Taiwan shang t`ang / shang tang
Japanese jōdō / かみどう
Japanese (place-name) Kamidou
To go into the hall to expound the doctrine; to go to a temple for the purpose of worship, or bearing presents to the monks; to go to the refectory for meals; to ascend to the hall



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Mandarin shàng bào / shang4 bao4
Taiwan shang pao
Chinese to report to one's superiors; to appear in the news; to reply to a letter



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Mandarin shàng chǎng / shang4 chang3
Taiwan shang ch`ang / shang chang
Japanese joujou / jojo / じょうじょう
Chinese on stage; to go on stage; to take the field
Japanese (noun/participle) (1) listing (on the stock exchange, etc.); taking a company public; (2) (See 上演) presentation (e.g. of a play, opera); performance; (surname) Kanba



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Mandarin shàng fén / shang4 fen2
Taiwan shang fen
Chinese to sweep the tombs (of one's ancestors); the Qingming festival



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Mandarin shàng tán / shang4 tan2
Taiwan shang t`an / shang tan
Japanese jōdan
upper altar


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Mandarin shàng shì / shang4 shi4
Taiwan shang shih
Japanese jōshi / じょうし
Japanese high-ranking retainer of a daimyo (Edo Period)
The superior disciple, who becomes perfect in (spiritually) profiting himself and others. The 中士 profits self but not others; the 下士 neither.


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Mandarin shàng wài / shang4 wai4
Taiwan shang wai
Japanese kamisode / かみそで
Chinese abbr. for 上海外國語大學|上海外国语大学[Shang4 hai3 Wai4 guo2 yu3 Da4 xue2]
Japanese (place-name) Kamisode


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Mandarin shàng yè / shang4 ye4
Taiwan shang yeh
Chinese to be on night duty


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Mandarin shàng tiān / shang4 tian1
Taiwan shang t`ien / shang tien
Japanese jōten / じょうてん
Chinese Heaven; Providence; God; the day before; the sky above; to fly to the sky; to take off and fly into space; to die; to pass away
Japanese (1) (See 下土) sky; the heavens; (2) God; the Lord; the Creator; the Supreme Being; (3) ascension (into heaven); (surname) Jouten
to ascend to heaven


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Mandarin shàng hǎo / shang4 hao3
Taiwan shang hao
Japanese ueyoshi / うえよし
Chinese first-rate; top-notch
Japanese (surname) Ueyoshi


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Mandarin shàng miào / shang4 miao4
Taiwan shang miao
Japanese jōmyō
most excellent


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Mandarin shàng zǐ / shang4 zi3
Taiwan shang tzu
Japanese jō shi / じょうこ
Japanese (surname, female given name) Jouko
eldest child



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Mandarin shàng xué / shang4 xue2
Taiwan shang hsüeh
Chinese to go to school; to attend school


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Mandarin shàng guān / shang4 guan1
Taiwan shang kuan
Japanese joukan / jokan / じょうかん
Chinese high-ranking official; superior
Japanese superior officer; (place-name) Joukan



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Mandarin shàng gōng / shang4 gong1
Taiwan shang kung
Japanese Jōgū / じょうぐう
Japanese building of a Shinto shrine complex built upon the highest ground; (place-name) Jouguu


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Mandarin shàng jiā / shang4 jia1
Taiwan shang chia
Japanese kamicha;shancha;kamicha / カミチャ;シャンチャ;かみチャ
Chinese preceding player (in a game)
Japanese {mahj} left-hand opponent (chi:); player to one's left; (surname) Jouya



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Mandarin shàng jiàng / shang4 jiang4
Taiwan shang chiang
Chinese general; admiral; air chief marshal


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Mandarin shàng wèi / shang4 wei4
Taiwan shang wei
Chinese captain (military rank)


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Mandarin shàng zūn / shang4 zun1
Taiwan shang tsun
Japanese jōson



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Mandarin shàng céng / shang4 ceng2
Taiwan shang ts`eng / shang tseng
Japanese jousou / joso / じょうそう
Chinese upper layer
Japanese upper stratum (classes, stories, storeys); upper layer; layer above


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Mandarin shàng shān / shang4 shan1
Taiwan shang shan
Japanese jouyama / joyama / じょうやま
Chinese to go uphill; to spin cocoon (silkworms); to pass away
Japanese (surname) Jouyama


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Mandarin shàng àn / shang4 an4
Taiwan shang an
Japanese kamigishi / かみぎし
Chinese to go ashore; to climb ashore
Japanese (surname) Kamigishi


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Mandarin shàng fēng / shang4 feng1
Taiwan shang feng
Japanese kamimine / かみみね
Chinese peak; summit; (old) higher authorities; superiors
Japanese (place-name, surname) Kamimine



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Mandarin shàng gǎng / shang4 gang3
Taiwan shang kang
Chinese to take up one's post; to be given a job


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Mandarin shàng gōng / shang4 gong1
Taiwan shang kung
Japanese kamiku / かみく
Chinese to go to work; to start work
Japanese (place-name) Kamiku


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Mandarin shàng shì / shang4 shi4
Taiwan shang shih
Japanese joushi / joshi / じょうし
Chinese to hit the market (of a new product); to float (a company on the stock market)
Japanese (adj-f,vs) going on the market; placing on the market; (place-name, surname) Kamiichi


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Mandarin shàng nián / shang4 nian2
Taiwan shang nien
Japanese uetoshi / うえとし
Chinese last year
Japanese (surname) Uetoshi


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Mandarin shàng chuáng / shang4 chuang2
Taiwan shang ch`uang / shang chuang
Japanese kamiyuka / かみゆか
Chinese to go to bed; (coll.) to have sex
Japanese raised seedbed; (surname) Kamiyuka


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Mandarin shàng zuò / shang4 zuo4
Taiwan shang tso
Japanese jōza / かみざ;じょうざ
Chinese seat of honor
Japanese (n,vs,adj-no) chief seat; seat of honor; seat of honour; head of the table; (place-name) Jouza
Sthavira; or Mahāsthavira. Old man, or elder; head monk, president, or abbot; the first Buddhist fathers; a title of Mahākāśyapa; also of monks of twenty to forty-nine years standing, as 中座 are from ten to nineteen and 下座 under ten. The 釋氏要覽 divides presiding elders into four classes, those presiding over monasteries, over assemblies of monks, over sects, and laymen presiding over feasts to monks; ecclesiastical officials


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Mandarin shàng xián / shang4 xian2
Taiwan shang hsien
Japanese jougen / jogen / じょうげん
Chinese to wind; to tighten; crescent moon; first quarter or waxing moon
Japanese 1st quarter of moon; crescent moon; (female given name) Jougen


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Mandarin shàng xīn / shang4 xin1
Taiwan shang hsin
Japanese jōshin
Chinese carefully; meticulously; to set one's heart on something
mental state of the formless meditation heaven


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Mandarin shàng rěn / shang4 ren3
Taiwan shang jen
Japanese jōnin / じょうにん
Japanese Ninja clan master; highest-ranking ninja
exceedingly patient


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Mandarin shàng sī / shang4 si1
Taiwan shang ssu
Chinese Shangxi county in Fangchenggang 防城港[Fang2 cheng2 gang3], Guangxi


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Mandarin shàng yì / shang4 yi4
Taiwan shang i
Japanese jōi / じょうい
Japanese will or decree (esp. of shogun); emperor's wishes
superior intention (?)

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


This page contains 100 results for "Shang" 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

This dictionary uses the EDICT and CC-CEDICT dictionary files.
EDICT data is the property of the Electronic Dictionary Research and Development Group, and is used in conformance with the Group's license.

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).

Combined, these cover 355,969 Japanese, Chinese, and Buddhist characters, words, idioms, and short phrases.

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Japanese Kanji Dictionary

Free Asian Dictionary

Chinese Kanji Dictionary

Chinese Words Dictionary

Chinese Language Dictionary

Japanese Chinese Dictionary