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Apple in Chinese / Japanese...

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Apple

Japan ringo
Apple Vertical Wall Scroll

林檎 is the Japanese Kanji word for apple or apple tree.

林檎 is getting dated, as they tend to write this in the Hiragana, りんご, in recent generations.

Apple computer would tend to be written phonetically as アプル (apuru).

Apple

China píng guǒ
Apple Vertical Wall Scroll

蘋果 is the Chinese word for Apple.

This red or green fruit tree grows well in the cool winter climates of northern China.

In the context of computers and smartphones, this can refer to Apple Computers.

Nashi

China
Japan nashi
Nashi Vertical Wall Scroll

This Japanese Kanji means pear.

This refers specifically to the Pyrus pyrifolia and more specifically the culta variety. 梨 is also known as the Japanese pear, Asian pear, sand pear, or apple pear.

梨 is also a female given name or surname in Japan that beyond Nashi, can be romanized as Rin, Rika, Ri, Nashisaki, or Shina.

In Chinese, this is pronounced like lee or li and just means pear.


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

Characters

If shown, 2nd row is Simp. Chinese

Pronunciation
Romanization
Simple Dictionary Definition

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Mandarin/ li2
Taiwan li
Japanese nashi(p);nashi / なし(P);ナシ
Nashi Vertical Wall Scroll
Chinese pear; CL:個|个[ge4]
Japanese (kana only) nashi (Pyrus pyrifolia, esp. var. culta); Japanese pear; Asian pear; sand pear; apple pear; (female given name) Rin; (female given name) Rika; (personal name) Ri; (surname) Nashisaki; (surname, female given name) Nashi; (female given name) Shina
The pear.

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Mandarin/ mi4
Taiwan mi
Japanese mitsu(p);michi(ok) / みつ(P);みち(ok)
Nashi Vertical Wall Scroll
Chinese honey
Japanese (1) nectar; (2) honey; (3) honeydew; (4) treacle; molasses; (5) sorbitol (when visible as dark patches inside an apple); (female given name) Mitsu
Honey; translit. m.

林檎

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Japanese ringo / りんご
Nashi Vertical Wall Scroll
Japanese (1) (kana only) apple (fruit); (2) (kana only) apple tree (Malus pumila); (out-dated or obsolete kana usage) (1) (kana only) apple (fruit); (2) (kana only) apple tree (Malus pumila); (surname, female given name) Ringo

苹果

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Japanese ringo / りんご    heika / heka / へいか
Nashi Vertical Wall Scroll
Japanese (kana only) apple (fruit); (female given name) Ringo; (given name) Heika

蘋果

see styles
Mandarin píng guǒ / ping2 guo3
Taiwan p`ing kuo / ping kuo
Chinese apple; CL:個|个[ge4],顆|颗[ke1]

リンゴ

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Japanese ringo / リンゴ
Nashi Vertical Wall Scroll
Japanese (kana only) apple (fruit); (personal name) Ringo

see styles
Mandarin qiān / qian1
Taiwan ch`ien / chien
Chinese short slender pointed piece of metal, bamboo etc; skewer; prod used to extract samples from sacks of grain etc; (dialect) to stick in; to bolt (a door); to arrange (flowers in a vase); to graft (tree); to pedicure; to peel (an apple etc)

see styles
Mandarin nài / nai4
Taiwan nai
Japanese na
Chinese crab-apple; how can one help
Berries of the nyctanthes or musk. āmra, a mango.

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Mandarin táng / tang2
Taiwan t`ang / tang
Chinese cherry-apple


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Mandarin píng // pín / ping2 // pin2
Taiwan p`ing // p`in / ping // pin
Chinese apple; marsiliaceae; clover fern

シリ

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Japanese shiri / シリ Japanese {comp} Siri (Apple iOS application); (personal name) Thilly

ナシ

see styles
Japanese nashi / ナシ Japanese (kana only) nashi (Pyrus pyrifolia, esp. var. culta); Japanese pear; Asian pear; sand pear; apple pear

喉仏

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Japanese nodobotoke / のどぼとけ Japanese (anat) laryngeal prominence; Adam's apple

喉結


喉结

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Mandarin hóu jié / hou2 jie2
Taiwan hou chieh
Chinese Adam's apple; laryngeal prominence

国光

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Japanese kokkou / kokko / こっこう Japanese (1) national glory; (2) Ralls Genet (cultivar of apple); Ralls Janet; Rawls Jennet; (personal name) Kokkou; (given name) Kokukou; (p,s,g) Kunimitsu; (surname) Kunihikari

攪局


搅局

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Mandarin jiǎo jú / jiao3 ju2
Taiwan chiao chü
Chinese to upset the apple cart; to disrupt things

果粉

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Mandarin guǒ fěn / guo3 fen3
Taiwan kuo fen
Chinese (slang) fan of Apple products

檳子

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Mandarin bīn zi / bin1 zi5
Taiwan pin tzu
Chinese binzi; a species of apple which is slightly sour and astringent

海棠

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Japanese kaidou;kaidou / kaido;kaido / かいどう;カイドウ Japanese (1) flowering crab apple (Malus halliana); (2) Kaido crab apple (Malus micromalus); (3) Chinese flowering apple (Malus spectabilis); (4) Siberian crab apple (Malus baccata); (5) aronia (flower); (surname) Kaidou

紅玉

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Japanese kougyoku / kogyoku / こうぎょく Japanese ruby; Jonathan apple; (female given name) Rubii; (female given name) Kougyoku

羯尼

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Mandarin jié ní / jie2 ni2
Taiwan chieh ni
Japanese kani
(羯尼迦) kanaka, gold; name of several yellow plants, e.g. thorn apple; Butea frondosa; a species of sandalwood, etc.

花紅

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Mandarin huā hóng / hua1 hong2
Taiwan hua hung
Japanese hanako / はなこ    kakou / kako / かこう
Chinese flowers on red silk (a traditional gift to celebrate weddings etc); a bonus; crab apple (Malus asiatica)
Japanese (female given name) Hanako; (given name) Kakou

苦瓜

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Mandarin kǔ guā / ku3 gua1
Taiwan k`u kua / ku kua
Japanese nigauri;nigauri / にがうり;ニガウリ
Chinese bitter melon (bitter gourd, balsam pear, balsam apple, leprosy gourd, bitter cucumber)
Japanese (kana only) (See 蔓茘枝) bitter melon (Momordica charantia); bitter gourd; (surname) Nigauri

蓮霧

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Mandarin lián wù / lian2 wu4
Taiwan lien wu
Chinese wax apple (a reddish pear-shaped fruit)

贍部


赡部

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Mandarin shàn bù / shan4 bu4
Taiwan shan pu
Japanese senbu
jambū, 'a fruit tree, the rose apple, Eugenia jambolana, or another species of Eugenia.' M.W. Also 贍部提; 閻浮; 剡浮; 譫浮; also applied to Jambudvīpa.

釋迦


释迦

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Mandarin shì jiā / shi4 jia1
Taiwan shih chia
Japanese shaka / しゃか
Chinese Sakya (name of a north Indian tribe); abbr. for 釋迦牟尼|释迦牟尼 Sakyamuni Buddha; sugar apple
Japanese (personal name) Shaka
(釋迦婆) Śakra.; Śākya. the clan or family of the Buddha, said to be derived from śāka, vegetables, but intp. in Chinese as powerful, strong, and explained by 能 powerful, also erroneously by 仁charitable, which belongs rather to association with Śākyamuni. The clan, which is said to have wandered hither from the delta of the Indus, occupied a district of a few thousand square miles lying on the slopes of the Nepalese hills and on the plains to the south. Its capital was Kapilavastu. At the time of Buddha the clan was under the suzerainty of Kośala, an adjoining kingdom Later Buddhists, in order to surpass Brahmans, invented a fabulous line of five kings of the Vivartakalpa headed by Mahāsammata 大三末多; these were followed by five cakravartī, the first being Mūrdhaja 頂生王; after these came nineteen kings, the first being Cetiya 捨帝, the last Mahādeva 大天; these were succeeded by dynasties of 5,000, 7,000, 8,000, 9,000, 10,000, 15,000 kings; after which long Gautama opens a line of 1,100 kings, the last, Ikṣvāku, reigning at Potala. With Ikṣvāku the Śākyas are said to have begun. His four sons reigned at Kapilavastu. 'Śākyamuni was one of his descendants in the seventh generation.' Later, after the destruction of Kapilavastu by Virūḍhaka, four survivors of the family founded the kingdoms of Udyana, Bamyam, Himatala, and Sāmbī. Eitel.

閻浮


阎浮

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Mandarin yán fú / yan2 fu2
Taiwan yen fu
Japanese enbu
瞻部 Jambu (at present the rose-apple, the Eugenia Jambolana), described as a lofty tree giving its name to 閻浮提 Jambudvīpa, 'one of the seven continents or rather large islands surrounding the mountain Meru; it is so named either from the Jambu trees abounding in it, or from an enormous Jambu tree on Mount Meru visible like a standard to the whole continent'; 'the central division of the world.' M.W. With Buddhists it is the southern of the four continents, shaped like a triangle resembling the triangular leaves of the Jambu tree, and called after a forest of such trees on Meru.

のど仏

see styles
Japanese nodobotoke / のどぼとけ Japanese (anat) laryngeal prominence; Adam's apple

アプル

see styles
Japanese apuru / アプル Japanese {comp} A Programming Language; APL; (personal name) Apple

丸齧り

see styles
Japanese marukajiri / まるかじり Japanese (noun, transitive verb) (kana only) biting into a whole fruit (esp. apple)

Search for Apple in my Japanese & Chinese Dictionary


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

Title CharactersRomaji(Romanized Japanese)Various forms of Romanized Chinese
Apple林檎ringo
Apple蘋果
苹果
píng guǒ / ping2 guo3 / ping guo / pingguop`ing kuo / pingkuo / ping kuo
Nashinashilí / li2 / li
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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