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If shown, 2nd row is Simp. Chinese
|Simple Dictionary Definition
Chinese pear-leaved crab-apple
Berries of the nyctanthes or musk. āmra, a mango.
| ān luó
āmra, the mango, though its definition in Chinese is uncertain; v. supra 菴摩羅.
| ān huā
The āmra flower.
| shān mò luó
shan1 mo4 luo2
shan mo lo
camara, name of several plants, āmra, betel-nut, etc.; the resort of 'golden-winged birds'.
| ān pó nǚ
an1 po2 nv3
an p`o nü
an po nü
(菴婆羅女) Āmradārika, Āmrapālī, Ambapālī; the guardian of the āmra tree; a female who presented to Śākyamuni the Āmravana garden; another legend says she was born of an āmra tree; mother of Jīvaka, son of Bimbisāra.
| ān pó luó
an1 po2 luo2
an p`o lo
an po lo
| ān mó luó
an1 mo2 luo2
an mo lo
(or 菴沒羅) amala, spotless, stainless, pure, white. āmra, cf. 阿末羅 and infra; the term is variously used, sometimes for pure, at others for the amalā, at others for the āmra, or mango.
| ān mò luó
an1 mo4 luo2
an mo lo
| nà làn tuó
na4 lan4 tuo2
na lan t`o
na lan to
Nālandā, a famous monastery 7 miles north of Rājagṛha, built by the king Śakrāditya. Nālandā is intp. as 施無厭 'Unwearying benefactor', a title attributed to the nāga which dwelt in the lake Āmra there. The village is identified in Eitel as Baragong, i. e. Vihāragrāma. For Nālandā excavations see Archæological Survey Reports, and cf. Xuanzang's account.
| ā mò luó
a1 mo4 luo2
a mo lo
āmra, āmalaka, āmrāta.
| ā mó luò jiā
a1 mo2 luo4 jia1
a mo lo chia
菴摩洛迦 (or 菴摩羅迦 or 菴摩勒迦) āmra, mango, Mangifera indica; āmalaka, Emblic myrobalan, or Phyllanthus ernhlica, whose nuts are valued medicinally; āmrāta, hog-plum, Spondias mangifera. Also used for discernment of mental ideas, the ninth of the nine kinds of 心識. 菴沒羅 (or 菴摩羅or 菴婆羅) should apply to āmra the mango, but the forms are used indiscriminately. Cf. 阿摩羅.
|(rare) (See マンゴー) mango (san: āmra)
The following table may be helpful for those studying Chinese or Japanese...
|Romaji (Romanized Japanese)
|Various forms of Romanized Chinese
|ē mǔ lā / e1 mu3 la1 / e mu la / emula
|o mu la / omula
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