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  1. Wolf
  2. Lone Wolf
  3. Randolph
  4. Werewolf
  5. Wolf Spirit...
  6. Lone Wolf
  7. Hunt Foxes with Stealth, Hunt Wolves in the Open

Wolf

China láng
Japan okami
Wolf

狼 is the character used to represent the elusive animal known as the wolf in both Chinese and Japanese.

If you are a fan of the wolf or the wolf means something special to you, this could make a great addition to your wall.

Do keep in mind, that much like our perception of wolves in the history of western culture, eastern cultures do not have a very positive view of wolves (save the scientific community and animal lovers). The wolf is clearly an animal that is misunderstood or feared the world over.

狼 is seldom used alone in Korean Hanja, but is used in a compound word that means utter failure (as in a wolf getting into your chicken pen - or an otherwise ferocious failure). Not a good choice if your audience is Korean.

Lone Wolf

China dú láng
Lone Wolf

獨狼 is literally "lone wolf" in Chinese.

Randolph

China láng dùn
Randolph

狼盾 is the meaning in Chinese for the name Randolph. These two characters mean, "shield of the wolf."

Literally: Wolf Shield.

Werewolf

China láng rén
Werewolf

狼人 is werewolf in Chinese.

Werewolf

Japan ookamiotoko
Werewolf

狼男 is the most common title for werewolf in Japanese Kanji.

Sometimes, Japanese will also use the title 狼人間 for werewolf.

Wolf Spirit
Soul of a Wolf

China láng hún
Japan routama / ookami tamashii
Wolf Spirit / Soul of a Wolf

狼魂 is kind of an unusual title in Chinese and Japanese. But many people have searched for this title so we added it. The wolf is not usually seen in a positive light in Asian culture, so this may not be the best title to label yourself.

Lone Wolf

Japan ippiki ookami
Lone Wolf

一匹狼 is literally "lone wolf." It suggests you are a "loner" or a "self-reliant person." It can be taken with both positive and negative aspects.

Hunt Foxes with Stealth, Hunt Wolves in the Open

China àn dǎ hú li míng dǎ láng
Hunt Foxes with Stealth, Hunt Wolves in the Open

This Chinese proverb literally translates as: Hunt foxes stealthily, [and] hunt wolves openly [just as they themselves do].

Figuratively, this means:
Different opponents require different appropriate strategies.

This is a suggestion that you should know your enemy, and know that each enemy is different, that therefore requires a specialized approach (attack).


See Also:  Art of War Military


Not the results for 狼 that you were looking for?

Below are some entries from our dictionary that may match your search...

Characters

If shown, 2nd row is Simp. Chinese

Pronunciation
Romanization
Simple Dictionary Definition

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Mandarin láng / lang2
Taiwan lang
Japanese ookami(p);ookame(ok);oinu(ok);ookami / おおかみ(P);おおかめ(ok);おいぬ(ok);オオカミ
Hunt Foxes with Stealth, Hunt Wolves in the Open
Chinese wolf; CL:匹[pi3],隻|只[zhi1],條|条[tiao2]
Japanese (1) (kana only) wolf (Canis lupus); (2) wolf in sheep's clothing; womanizer; (surname) Ookami; (surname) Urufu
A wolf; fierce.

狼人

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Mandarin láng rén / lang2 ren2
Taiwan lang jen
Hunt Foxes with Stealth, Hunt Wolves in the Open
Chinese werewolf

狼男

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Japanese ookamiotoko / おおかみおとこ
Hunt Foxes with Stealth, Hunt Wolves in the Open
Japanese werewolf

一匹狼

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Japanese ippikiookami / いっぴきおおかみ
Hunt Foxes with Stealth, Hunt Wolves in the Open
Japanese lone wolf; loner; self-reliant person

人狼

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Japanese jinrou / jinro / じんろう Japanese werewolf

土狼

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Mandarin tǔ láng / tu3 lang2
Taiwan t`u lang / tu lang
Chinese aardwolf (Proteles cristatus), a small insectivorous relative of the hyena

天狼

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Japanese tenrou / tenro / てんろう Japanese (obscure) {astron} (See 天狼星,シリウス) Sirius (star in the constellation Canis Major); Alpha Canis Majoris; the Dog Star

恐狼

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Mandarin kǒng láng / kong3 lang2
Taiwan k`ung lang / kung lang
Chinese dire wolf (Canis dirus)

狼井

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Mandarin láng jǐng / lang2 jing3
Taiwan lang ching
Chinese wolf trap (trou de loup), medieval defensive trap consisting of a concealed pit with sharp spikes

狼僕

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Mandarin láng pú / lang2 pu2
Taiwan lang p`u / lang pu
Chinese (old) henchman

狼嗥

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Mandarin láng háo / lang2 hao2
Taiwan lang hao
Chinese wolves howling; (fig.) to howl; to ululate

狼孩

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Mandarin láng hái / lang2 hai2
Taiwan lang hai
Chinese wolf child; human child raised by wolves (in legends)

狼崽

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Mandarin láng zǎi / lang2 zai3
Taiwan lang tsai
Chinese wolf cub

狼座

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Japanese ookamiza / おおかみざ Japanese Lupus (constellation); the Wolf

狼毫

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Mandarin láng háo / lang2 hao2
Taiwan lang hao
Chinese writing brush of weasel bristle

狼火

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Japanese rouka / roka / ろうか Japanese signal fire; beacon

狼烟

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Japanese rouen / roen / ろうえん    noroshi / のろし Japanese (1) beacon; skyrocket; signal fire; smoke signals; (2) starting shot; starting signal

狼煙

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Mandarin láng yān / lang2 yan1
Taiwan lang yen
Japanese noroshi / のろし
Chinese smoke signal indicating the presence of hostile forces
Japanese (1) beacon; skyrocket; signal fire; smoke signals; (2) starting shot; starting signal; (place-name) Noroshi

狼爪

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Japanese rousou;ookamizume / roso;ookamizume / ろうそう;おおかみづめ Japanese dewclaw

狼狗

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Mandarin láng gǒu / lang2 gou3
Taiwan lang kou
Chinese wolfdog

狼狽

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Mandarin láng bèi / lang2 bei4
Taiwan lang pei
Japanese roubai / robai / ろうばい
Chinese in a difficult situation; to cut a sorry figure; scoundrel! (derog.)
Japanese (noun/participle) confusion; dismay; consternation; panic

狼獾

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Mandarin láng huān / lang2 huan1
Taiwan lang huan
Chinese wolverine (Gulo gulo), also named 貂熊[diao1 xiong2]

狼瘡

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Japanese rousou / roso / ろうそう Japanese (See エリテマトーデス) lupus (esp. lupus vulgaris)

狼籍

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Mandarin láng jí / lang2 ji2
Taiwan lang chi
Chinese variant of 藉[lang2 ji2]

狼藉

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Mandarin láng jí / lang2 ji2
Taiwan lang chi
Japanese rouzeki / rozeki / ろうぜき
Chinese in a mess; scattered about; in complete disorder
Japanese (noun - becomes adjective with の) violence; outrage; riot; confusion; disorder

狼蛛

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Mandarin láng zhū / lang2 zhu1
Taiwan lang chu
Chinese wolf spider

狼蜘

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Mandarin láng zhī / lang2 zhi1
Taiwan lang chih
Chinese wolf spider (Lycosidae family)

狼頭

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Mandarin láng tou / lang2 tou5
Taiwan lang t`ou / lang tou
Chinese variant of 榔頭|榔头[lang2 tou5]

狼顧

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Mandarin láng gù / lang2 gu4
Taiwan lang ku
Chinese to look over one's shoulder constantly (like a wolf); to be fearful

狼魚

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Japanese ookamiuo;ookamiuo / おおかみうお;オオカミウオ Japanese (kana only) Bering wolffish (Anarhichas orientalis)

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

Title CharactersRomaji(Romanized Japanese)Various forms of Romanized Chinese
Wolfokamiláng / lang2 / lang
Lone Wolf獨狼
独狼
dú láng / du2 lang2 / du lang / dulangtu lang / tulang
Randolph狼盾láng dùn / lang2 dun4 / lang dun / langdunlang tun / langtun
Werewolf狼人láng rén / lang2 ren2 / lang ren / langrenlang jen / langjen
Werewolf狼男ookamiotoko
ookamiotoko
okamiotoko
okamiotoko
Wolf Spirit
Soul of a Wolf
狼魂routama / ookami tamashii
routama / ookamitamashii
rotama / okami tamashi
rotama/okamitamashi
láng hún / lang2 hun2 / lang hun / langhun
Lone Wolf一匹狼ippiki ookami
ippikiookami
ipiki okami
ipikiokami
Hunt Foxes with Stealth, Hunt Wolves in the Open闇打狐狸明打狼
暗打狐狸明打狼
àn dǎ hú li míng dǎ láng
an4 da3 hu2 li ming2 da3 lang2
an da hu li ming da lang
andahulimingdalang
an ta hu li ming ta lang
antahulimingtalang
In some entries above you will see that characters have different versions above and below a line.
In these cases, the characters above the line are Traditional Chinese, while the ones below are Simplified Chinese.



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