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Moderation

China jié zhì
Japan sessei
Moderation Vertical Wall Scroll

Moderation is creating a healthy balance in your life between work and play, rest and exercise. You don't overdo or get swept away by the things you like. You use your self-discipline to take charge of your life and your time.

節制 can also be translated as sobriety, self-restraint, or temperance.

節制 is often used as part of the Seven Heavenly Virtues to represent sobriety and/or temperance.


See Also:  Prudence | Ethics | Humble | Humility

Temperance

China jié zhì
Japan sessei
Temperance Vertical Wall Scroll

In short, temperance is knowing when to say "when."

Temperance is the practice of moderation and restraint (in fact, this Asian word is often translated as moderation or restraint).

It was one of the five tenets held to be vital to society in Hellenic culture. It is also one of the Four Cardinal Virtues considered central to Christian behavior by the Catholic Church.


Note: Also considered to be one of the Seven Heavenly Virtues.

Halo

China yuán guāng
Japan Enkou
Halo Vertical Wall Scroll

圓光 is one of many ways to express "halo" in Chinese. 圓光 means, radiance emanating from the head.

This can refer to the halo surrounding the head of a Buddha.

圓光 is occasionally used to mean "halo" in Japanese but it more commonly the surname Enkō in Japan.

You may want to check our dictionary for many more versions of halo.

Glory and Honor

China róng
Japan ei
Glory and Honor Vertical Wall Scroll

榮 relates to giving someone a tribute or praise. It's a little odd as a gift, so this may not be the best selection for a wall scroll.

I've made this entry just because this character is often misused as "honorable" or "keeping your honor." It's not quite the same meaning, as this usually refers to a tribute or giving an honor to someone.

榮 is often found in tattoo books incorrectly listed as the western idea of personal honor or being honorable. Check with us before you get a tattoo that does not match the meaning you are really looking for. As a tattoo, this suggests that you either have a lot of pride in yourself or that you have a wish for prosperity for you and/or your family.

栄In modern Japanese Kanji, glory and honor looks like the image to the right.

There is a lot of confusion about this character, so here are some alternate translations for this character: prosperous, flourishing, blooming (like a flower), glorious beauty, proud, praise, rich, or it can be the family name "Rong." The context in which the character is used can change the meaning between these various ideas.

In the old days, this could be an honor paid to someone by the Emperor (basically a designation by the Emperor that a person has high standing).

To sum it up: 榮 has a positive meaning, however, it's a different flavor than the idea of being honorable and having integrity.

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Characters

If shown, 2nd row is Simp. Chinese

Pronunciation
Romanization
Simple Dictionary Definition


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Mandarin jié // jiē / jie2 // jie1
Taiwan chieh
Japanese ribon / りぼん    yuna / ゆん    yuu / yu / ゆな    yui / ゆう    moyai / ゆい    musubu / もやい    musubi / むすぶ    hitoshi / むすび    konzaki / ひとし    kizuna / こんざき
Chinese knot; sturdy; bond; to tie; to bind; to check out (of a hotel); (of a plant) to produce (fruit or seeds); Taiwan pr. [jie2]
Japanese (female given name) Ribon; (female given name) Yuna; (female given name) Yuu; (female given name) Yui; (female given name) Moyai; (female given name) Musubu; (surname, female given name) Musubi; (male given name) Hitoshi; (surname) Konzaki; (female given name) Kizuna
Knot, tie, bond; bound; settle, wind up; to form. The bond of transmigration. There are categories of three, five, and nine bonds; e.g. false views, the passions, etc; to tie up


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Mandarin kāi / kai1
Taiwan k`ai / kai
Japanese hiraku / ひらく    hiraki / ひらき    haruki / はるき    haru / はる    hari / はり    satoru / さとる    kai / かい
Chinese to open; to start; to turn on; to boil; to write out (a prescription, check, invoice etc); to operate (a vehicle); carat (gold); abbr. for Kelvin, 開爾文|开尔文[Kai1 er3 wen2]; abbr. for 開本|开本[kai1 ben3], book format
Japanese (surname, given name) Hiraku; (place-name, surname) Hiraki; (given name) Haruki; (surname) Haru; (surname) Hari; (given name) Satoru; (surname) Kai
To open, begin, institute, unfold, disclose; dismiss; write out; unloose; to heat, boil; to disclose

搜檢


搜检

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Mandarin sōu jiǎn / sou1 jian3
Taiwan sou chien
Chinese to search out; to check

查看

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Mandarin chá kàn / cha2 kan4
Taiwan ch`a k`an / cha kan
Chinese to look over; to examine; to check up; to ferret out

查證


查证

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Mandarin chá zhèng / cha2 zheng4
Taiwan ch`a cheng / cha cheng
Chinese investigate; check out (a story)

退房

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Mandarin tuì fáng / tui4 fang2
Taiwan t`ui fang / tui fang
Chinese to check out of a hotel room

チェキ

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Japanese cheki / チェキ Japanese (1) Cheki; brand of small instant cameras made by Fujifilm; (interjection) (2) check it out (eng: check it); take a look

振出す

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Japanese furidasu / ふりだす Japanese (transitive verb) (1) to shake out; (2) to draw a check (bill, draft, etc.); to issue (e.g. money order); (3) to infuse (e.g. in hot water)

收銀機


收银机

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Mandarin shōu yín jī / shou1 yin2 ji1
Taiwan shou yin chi
Chinese cash register; check out counter

チェケラ

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Japanese chekera / チェケラ Japanese (expression) (colloquialism) (See チェキ・2) check it out (eng:)

一探究竟

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Mandarin yī tàn jiū jìng / yi1 tan4 jiu1 jing4
Taiwan i t`an chiu ching / i tan chiu ching
Chinese to check out; to investigate

振り出す

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Japanese furidasu / ふりだす Japanese (transitive verb) (1) to shake out; (2) to draw a check (bill, draft, etc.); to issue (e.g. money order); (3) to infuse (e.g. in hot water)

洗い立てる

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Japanese araitateru / あらいたてる Japanese (transitive verb) (1) to examine closely; to check up on; to ferret out; (2) to wash carefully

チェケラッチョ

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Japanese chekeraccho / チェケラッチョ Japanese (expression) (colloquialism) check it out yo (eng:)

チェックアウト

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Japanese chekkuauto / チェックアウト Japanese (noun/participle) check-out

振り出す;振出す

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Japanese furidasu / ふりだす Japanese (transitive verb) (1) to shake out; (2) to draw a check (bill, draft, etc.); to issue (e.g. money order); (3) to infuse (e.g. in hot water)

チェックアウトタイム

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Japanese chekkuautotaimu / チェックアウトタイム Japanese check-out time; checkout time

チェックアウト・タイム

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Japanese chekkuauto taimu / チェックアウト・タイム Japanese check-out time; checkout time

当たる(P);当る;中る;中たる

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Japanese ataru / あたる Japanese (v5r,vi) (1) (ant: 外す・5) to be hit; to strike; (2) to touch; to be in contact; to be affixed; (3) to be equivalent to; to be applicable; to apply to; (4) to be right on the money (of a prediction, criticism, etc.); (5) to be selected (in a lottery, etc.); to win; (6) to be successful; to go well; to be a hit; (7) to face; to confront; (8) to lie (in the direction of); (9) to undertake; to be assigned; (10) to be stricken (by food poisoning, heat, etc.); to be afflicted; (11) to be called upon (by the teacher); (12) to treat (esp. harshly); to lash out at; (13) (as 〜するには当たらない, etc.) to be unnecessary; (14) {baseb} (usu. as 当たっている) to be hitting well; to be on a hitting streak; (15) (in fishing) to feel a bite; (16) (of fruit, etc.) to be bruised; to spoil; (transitive verb) (17) to feel (something) out; to probe into; to check (i.e. by comparison); (18) to shave; (19) (as 〜の〜に当たる) to be a relative of a person; to stand in a relationship

チェックアウトタイム;チェックアウト・タイム

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Japanese chekkuautotaimu;chekkuauto taimu / チェックアウトタイム;チェックアウト・タイム Japanese check-out time; checkout time

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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
Moderation節制
节制
sessei / seseijié zhì / jie2 zhi4 / jie zhi / jiezhichieh chih / chiehchih
Temperance節制
节制
sessei / seseijié zhì / jie2 zhi4 / jie zhi / jiezhichieh chih / chiehchih
Halo圓光
圆光
Enkou / Enkoyuán guāng
yuan2 guang1
yuan guang
yuanguang
yüan kuang
yüankuang
Glory and Honor
荣 / 栄
eiróng / rong2 / rongjung
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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