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Happiness / Joyful / Joy

China
Japan ki / yorokobi
Happiness / Joyful / Joy Vertical Wall Scroll

喜 is the Chinese, Japanese Kanji, and Korean Hanja for the kind of happiness known in the west as "joy."

喜 can also be translated as rejoice, enjoyment, delighted, pleased, or "take pleasure in." Sometimes it can mean, "to be fond of" (in a certain context).

If you write two of these happiness/joy characters side by side, you create another character known in English as "double happiness," which is a symbol associated with weddings and a happy marriage.


There is another version of this character that you will find on our website with an additional radical on the left side (exactly same meaning, just an alternate form). The version of happiness shown here is the commonly written form in China, Japan and South Korea (banned in North Korea).


See Also:  Contentment | Happiness | Joy

Happy

China xīn
Japan kin
Happy Vertical Wall Scroll

欣 is the type of happiness that you feel on the inside. It is the feeling of being released and delighted as well as being in a state of contentment. 欣 is a more internal happiness that perhaps only shows by the smile on your face. It can also be translated as "to take pleasure in" or "to rejoice."

Note: 欣 is often used in compound words - especially in Korean Hanja.
As Japanese Kanji, this is so rare, that most Japanese people are not aware of its existence.


See Also:  Happiness

Joyful

China huān
Japan kan
Joyful Vertical Wall Scroll

歡 means joyous, happy, delight, and pleased.

歡 represents an external happiness that may have you clapping and cheering.


Please note: The other happiness/joyful which looks like "喜" is more popular.

歡 is the ancient/old version in China and Japan. After WWII in Japan, they started using 歓. Just let us know if you want this modern version instead of the ancient one.


See Also:  Happiness

Joyfulness / Happiness

China kuài lè
Japan kai raku
Joyfulness / Happiness Vertical Wall Scroll

Joyfulness is an inner sense of peace and happiness. You appreciate the gifts each day brings. Without joyfulness, when the fun stops, our happiness stops. Joy can carry us through the hard times even when we are feeling very sad.

快樂 can also mean pleasure, enjoyment, delight, cheerful, or merry. In some ways, this is the essence that makes someone to be perceived as a charming person.


See Also:  Happiness

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Characters

If shown, 2nd row is Simp. Chinese

Pronunciation
Romanization
Simple Dictionary Definition

チア

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Japanese chia / チア
Joyfulness / Happiness Vertical Wall Scroll
Japanese (1) cheer; (2) chia (Salvia hispanica); (3) (abbreviation) cheerleading


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Mandarin/ su1
Taiwan su
Japanese so / そ
Chinese Perilla frutescens (Chinese basil or wild red basil); place name; to revive; used as phonetic in transliteration; surname Su; abbr. for Soviet Union 蘇維埃|苏维埃 or 蘇聯|苏联; abbr. for Jiangsu province 江蘇|江苏; abbr. for Suzhou city 蘇州|苏州
Japanese (1) condensed milk; (n,n-suf,n-pref) (2) (abbreviation) Soviet Union; (personal name) Sohou; (surname) Sou; (surname) So; (surname) Su; (surname) Ikeru
Refreshing thyme; revive, cheer; Suzhou; translit. su, so, sa, s. Most frequently it translit. the Sanskait su, which means good, well excellent, very. Cf. 須, 修; to be reborn

一気

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Japanese ikki / いっき Japanese (interjection) (abbreviation) (See 一気に飲む) chug!; drink! (said repeatedly as a party cheer); (personal name) Kazuki

万才

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Japanese manzai / まんざい    banzei / banze / ばんぜい    banzai / ばんざい Japanese (out-dated kanji) two-person comedy act (usu. presented as a fast-paced dialogue, occ. presented as a skit); comic dialogue; (int,n) (1) crying "banzai" (or raising one's hands in the banzai gesture); (2) something worthy of celebration; (3) (archaism) long time; (4) (archaism) eternal life (and prosperity); (interjection) (5) banzai (a celebratory cheer); hurrah (hooray, hurray); (int,n) (1) crying "banzai" (or raising one's hands in the banzai gesture); (2) something worthy of celebration; (3) giving up; (4) (archaism) long time; (5) (archaism) eternal life (and prosperity); (interjection) (6) banzai (a celebratory cheer); hurrah (hooray, hurray); (place-name, surname) Manzai; (surname) Banzai

万歳

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Japanese manzai / まんざい    banzei / banze / ばんぜい    banzai / ばんざい Japanese door-to-door comedic duo; (int,n) (1) crying "banzai" (or raising one's hands in the banzai gesture); (2) something worthy of celebration; (3) (archaism) long time; (4) (archaism) eternal life (and prosperity); (interjection) (5) banzai (a celebratory cheer); hurrah (hooray, hurray); (int,n) (1) crying "banzai" (or raising one's hands in the banzai gesture); (2) something worthy of celebration; (3) giving up; (4) (archaism) long time; (5) (archaism) eternal life (and prosperity); (interjection) (6) banzai (a celebratory cheer); hurrah (hooray, hurray); (surname) Manzai; (surname) Bandai; (surname) Banzai; (surname) Nagayo

加油

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Mandarin jiā yóu / jia1 you2
Taiwan chia yu
Japanese jaayuu;jaayou / jayu;jayo / ジャーユー;ジャーヨウ
Chinese to add oil; to top up with gas; to refuel; to accelerate; to step on the gas; (fig.) to make an extra effort; to cheer sb on
Japanese (interjection) (See 頑張って) keep going (chi: jiāyóu); hang in there; go for it

助威

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Mandarin zhù wēi / zhu4 wei1
Taiwan chu wei
Chinese to cheer for; to encourage; to boost the morale of

助陣


助阵

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Mandarin zhù zhèn / zhu4 zhen4
Taiwan chu chen
Chinese to cheer; to root for

勇む

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Japanese isamu / いさむ Japanese (Godan verb with "mu" ending) to be in high spirits; to be encouraged; to be lively; to cheer up

叫好

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Mandarin jiào hǎo / jiao4 hao3
Taiwan chiao hao
Chinese to applaud; to cheer

吶喊


呐喊

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Mandarin nà hǎn / na4 han3
Taiwan na han
Japanese tokkan / とっかん
Chinese shout; rallying cry; cheering; to shout
Japanese (1) (See 鬨の声) battlecry; cheer; cry where one breathes in a large volume of air and then releases it suddenly in a loud cry; (noun/participle) (2) (See 突貫) rushing at the enemy

喝彩

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Mandarin hè cǎi / he4 cai3
Taiwan ho ts`ai / ho tsai
Chinese to acclaim; to cheer

喝采

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Mandarin hè cǎi / he4 cai3
Taiwan ho ts`ai / ho tsai
Japanese kassai / かっさい
Chinese acclaim; cheer
Japanese (noun/participle) acclamation; applause; ovation; cheers

囃す

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Japanese hayasu / はやす Japanese (transitive verb) (1) to play accompaniment; to keep time; (2) to cheer; to applaud; (3) to jeer; to mock; to banter

振作

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Mandarin zhèn zuò / zhen4 zuo4
Taiwan chen tso
Japanese shinsaku / しんさく
Chinese to bestir oneself; to pull oneself together; to cheer up; to uplift; to stimulate
Japanese (noun/participle) prosperity; (given name) Shinsaku

捧場


捧场

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Mandarin pěng chǎng / peng3 chang3
Taiwan p`eng ch`ang / peng chang
Chinese to cheer on (originally esp. as paid stooge); to root for sb; to sing sb's praises; to flatter

歓声

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Japanese kansei / kanse / かんせい Japanese cheer; shout of joy

歡呼


欢呼

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Mandarin huān hū / huan1 hu1
Taiwan huan hu
Chinese to cheer for; to acclaim

看開


看开

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Mandarin kàn kāi / kan4 kai1
Taiwan k`an k`ai / kan kai
Chinese to come to accept an unpleasant fact; to get over something; to cheer up

祝酒

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Mandarin zhù jiǔ / zhu4 jiu3
Taiwan chu chiu
Japanese iwaizake / いわいざけ
Chinese to toast; to congratulate and drink a toast
Japanese celebratory drink; celebratory spirits; holiday cheer

チアー

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Japanese chiaa / chia / チアー Japanese (1) cheer; (2) chia (Salvia hispanica); (3) (abbreviation) cheerleading

チーア

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Japanese chiia / chia / チーア Japanese (1) cheer; (2) chia (Salvia hispanica); (3) (abbreviation) cheerleading

励ます

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Japanese hagemasu / はげます Japanese (transitive verb) to encourage; to cheer; to raise (the voice)

祝い酒

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Japanese iwaizake / いわいざけ Japanese celebratory drink; celebratory spirits; holiday cheer

あるある

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Japanese aruaru / あるある Japanese (expression) Oh yeah; Of course it is so; Cheer up, that's average; It happens; It's possible; Don't worry, it happens

うぇい系

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Japanese weikei / weke / うぇいけい Japanese young people who behave in a rowdy fashion (e.g. in a pub); young people who cheer and drink loudly

ウェイ系

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Japanese weikei / weke / ウェイけい Japanese young people who behave in a rowdy fashion (e.g. in a pub); young people who cheer and drink loudly

チャント

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Japanese chanto / チャント Japanese (noun/participle) (1) (See 聖歌・せいか) chant (religious); (2) cheer (e.g. in cheerleading); (personal name) Chant

バンザイ

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Japanese banzai / バンザイ Japanese (int,n) (1) crying "banzai" (or raising one's hands in the banzai gesture); (2) something worthy of celebration; (3) (archaism) long time; (4) (archaism) eternal life (and prosperity); (interjection) (5) banzai (a celebratory cheer); hurrah (hooray, hurray)

マンセー

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Japanese mansee / マンセー Japanese (See 万歳・ばんざい・6) banzai (celebratory or congratulatory cheer) (kor: manse)

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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
Happiness
Joyful
Joy
ki / yorokobixǐ / xi3 / xihsi
Happykinxīn / xin1 / xinhsin
Joyful
欢 / 歓
kanhuān / huan1 / huan
Joyfulness
Happiness
快樂
快乐
kai raku / kairakukuài lè / kuai4 le4 / kuai le / kuailek`uai le / kuaile / kuai le
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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