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Berry in Chinese / Japanese...

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China méi
Japan ichigo
Berry Vertical Wall Scroll

莓 means berry in Chinese, Japanese, and Korean. It often refers to a strawberry but could refer to any kind of berry, depending on context.


China bèi ruì
Berry Vertical Wall Scroll

貝瑞 is the transliteration to Mandarin Chinese for the name Berry


Japan berii
Berry Vertical Wall Scroll

ベリー is the name Berry written in Katakana (phonetic Japanese).

Note: Because this title is entirely Japanese Katakana , it should be written by a Japanese calligrapher.


China dù sōng zǐ jiǔ
Gin Vertical Wall Scroll

杜松子酒 is the full Chinese name for the alcohol known as gin.

If you like this juniper-berry-based liquor, this could be the title for you. Don't skimp on the vermouth!

Not the results for berry that you were looking for?

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


If shown, 2nd row is Simp. Chinese

Simple Dictionary Definition

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Mandarin méi / mei2
Taiwan mei
Japanese ichigo / いちご
Gin Vertical Wall Scroll
Chinese berry; strawberry
Japanese (out-dated kanji) (kana only) strawberry (esp. the garden strawberry, Fragaria x ananassa); (female given name) Ichigo


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Japanese berii / beri / ベリー
Gin Vertical Wall Scroll
Japanese (adverb) (1) (before another loanword) very; (2) berry; (3) belly; (place-name) Berry (France); Bury (Britain); Very

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Mandarin huàn / huan4
Taiwan huan
Japanese gen
Chinese soapberry (order Sapindales)
A species of Sapindus, or soap-berry tree, whose seeds 槵子 are used for rosaries.

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Mandarin méi / mei2
Taiwan mei
Japanese mei / me / めい    mai / まい    berii / beri / べりー    ichigo / いちご
Chinese variant of 莓, berry; strawberry
Japanese (kana only) strawberry (esp. the garden strawberry, Fragaria x ananassa); (female given name) Mei; (female given name) Mai; (female given name) Beri-; (female given name) Ichigo

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Mandarin jīng / jing1
Taiwan ching
Japanese kei / ke / けい
Chinese chaste tree or berry (Vitex agnus-castus); alternative name for the Zhou Dynasty State of Chu 楚國|楚国[Chu3 Guo2]
Japanese (1) thorny shrub; (2) wild rose; briar; (3) thorn; (4) (archit) cusp; (surname) Kei


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Japanese kajitsu / かじつ Japanese fruit; nut; berry; (female given name) Beri; (female given name) Hatsumi; (female given name) Konomi; (female given name) Kajitsu; (female given name) Kagumi


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Japanese ekika / えきか Japanese (See 乾果・1) moist, fleshy fruit (e.g. tomato, grape); berry


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Mandarin jiāng guǒ / jiang1 guo3
Taiwan chiang kuo
Japanese shouka / shoka / しょうか
Chinese berry
Japanese (noun - becomes adjective with の) (See 液果) moist, pulpy fruit (i.e. tomato, grape, berry)


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Japanese sarunashi;sarunashi / さるなし;サルナシ Japanese (kana only) hardy kiwi (Actinidia arguta); kiwi berry; tara vine; bower vine


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Mandarin yuè jú / yue4 ju2
Taiwan yüeh chü
Chinese cowberry; blue berry


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Japanese hariguwa / はりぐわ Japanese (kana only) storehousebush (Cudrania tricuspidata); mandarin melon berry; silkworm thorn; cudrang


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Japanese kokuwa / こくわ Japanese hardy kiwi (Actinidia arguta); kiwi berry; tara vine; bower vine


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Japanese kokuwa / コクワ Japanese hardy kiwi (Actinidia arguta); kiwi berry; tara vine; bower vine


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Japanese konomi / このみ    kinomi / きのみ Japanese nut; fruit; berry


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Japanese konomi / このみ    kinomi / きのみ Japanese nut; fruit; berry; (p,s,f) Konomi; (female given name) Kinomi


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Mandarin mù huàn zi / mu4 huan4 zi
Taiwan mu huan tzu
Japanese mukuroji
無患子 A tree whose wood can exorcise evil spirits, or whose seeds are used as rosary-beads. It is said to be the ariṣṭa 阿梨瑟迦紫, which means unharmed, secure; it is the name of the soap-berry and other shrubs; soapberry


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Mandarin gǒu qǐ zǐ / gou3 qi3 zi3
Taiwan kou ch`i tzu / kou chi tzu
Japanese kukoshi / くこし
Chinese goji berry
Japanese (See 枸杞の実) extract of Chinese wolfberry fruit; (female given name) Kukoko



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Mandarin ā lí zhā / a1 li2 zha1
Taiwan a li cha
Japanese arita
(阿梨瑟吒) ariṣṭa(ka), the soap-berry tree, Sapindus detergens, 木槵子, whose berries are used for rosaries. Name of a bhikṣu.


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Japanese eebiishii / eebishi / エービーシー Japanese (1) alphabet; ABCs; (2) American Broadcasting Company; ABC; (3) Audit Bureau of Circulations; ABC; (4) activity-based costing; ABC; (5) ABC World Airways Guide; (6) Atanasoff-Berry Computer; ABC


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Japanese sarunashi / サルナシ Japanese (kana only) hardy kiwi (Actinidia arguta); kiwi berry; tara vine; bower vine


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Japanese hariguwa / ハリグワ Japanese (kana only) storehousebush (Cudrania tricuspidata); mandarin melon berry; silkworm thorn; cudrang


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Japanese nanbanhakobe;nanbanhakobe / なんばんはこべ;ナンバンハコベ Japanese (kana only) berry catchfly (Silene baccifera); Cucubalus baccifer (former name)


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Japanese hariguwa;hariguwa / はりぐわ;ハリグワ Japanese (kana only) storehousebush (Cudrania tricuspidata); mandarin melon berry; silkworm thorn; cudrang



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Mandarin hā lì · bèi ruì / ha1 li4 · bei4 rui4
Taiwan ha li · pei jui
Chinese Halle Berry (1966-), US actress


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Mandarin hé lì · bèi ruì / he2 li4 · bei4 rui4
Taiwan ho li · pei jui
Chinese Halle Berry (1966-), US actress


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Japanese kokuwa;kokuwa / こくわ;コクワ Japanese (See 猿梨) hardy kiwi (Actinidia arguta); kiwi berry; tara vine; bower vine


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Japanese nanbanhakobe / ナンバンハコベ Japanese (kana only) berry catchfly (Silene baccifera); Cucubalus baccifer (former name)


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Japanese mirakurufuruutsu / mirakurufurutsu / ミラクルフルーツ Japanese miracle fruit (Synsepalum dulcificum); miracle berry


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Japanese mirakuru furuutsu / mirakuru furutsu / ミラクル・フルーツ Japanese miracle fruit (Synsepalum dulcificum); miracle berry


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Japanese konomi(p);kinomi / このみ(P);きのみ Japanese nut; fruit; berry

Search for Berry 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
Berryichigoméi / mei2 / mei
bèi ruì / bei4 rui4 / bei rui / beiruipei jui / peijui
Berryベリーberii / beri
Gin杜松子酒dù sōng zǐ jiǔ
du4 song1 zi3 jiu3
du song zi jiu
tu sung tzu chiu
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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A professional Chinese Calligrapher

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A high-ranked Chinese master calligrapher that I met in Zhongwei

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