吸血鬼 in Chinese / Japanese...

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Vampire

xī xuě guǐ
kyuu ketsu ki
Vampire Scroll

吸血鬼 is how to say "vampire" in Chinese, Japanese Kanji, and old Korean Hanja.

Quite literally this means "Suck Blood Ghost" or more naturally in English "Ghost Who Sucks Blood". This title is also used for leeches and blood-sucking vermin.

Just like the word "vampire" in English, this title is used in Asian languages colloquially to refer to "cruel exploiters" and especially in China, it can be used to refer to "capitalists exploiting the workers".

Alone on a wall scroll, this will be understood with just the "vampire" or "bloodsucker" meaning.


The following table may be helpful for those studying Chinese or Japanese...

Title CharactersRomaji (Romanized Japanese)Various forms of Romanized Chinese
Vampire吸血鬼kyuu ketsu ki
kyuuketsuki
kyu ketsu ki
kyuketsuki
xī xuě guǐ
xi1 xue3 gui3
xi xue gui
xixuegui
hsi hsüeh kuei
hsihsüehkuei


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吸血鬼

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xī xuè guǐ / xi1 xue4 gui3
hsi hsüeh kuei
 kyuuketsuki / kyuketsuki / きゅうけつき
Vampire Scroll
leech; bloodsucking vermin; vampire (translated European notion); fig. cruel exploiter, esp. a capitalist exploiting the workers
vampire; bloodsucker

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