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Conqueror in Chinese / Japanese...

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China shèng lì zhě
Japan shourisha
Conqueror Vertical Wall Scroll

勝利者 is the Chinese, Japanese Kanji, and old Korean Hanja for victor, winner, or conqueror.

While there are other ways to write conqueror, this is probably the most common and poetic. However, this is a little strange for calligraphy artwork.

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Mandarin shèng lì zhě / sheng4 li4 zhe3
Taiwan sheng li che
Japanese shourisha / shorisha / しょうりしゃ
Conqueror Vertical Wall Scroll
Chinese victor; winner
Japanese (ant: 敗北者) winner; victor; conqueror



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Mandarin shèng jun / sheng4 jun1
Taiwan sheng chün
Japanese katsutoki / かつとき
Japanese (given name) Katsutoki
Prasenajit, conquering army, or conqueror of an army; king of Kośala and patron of Śākyamuni; also one of the Maharājas, v. 明王; Viśuddhasiṃha



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Mandarin shā zéi / sha1 zei2
Taiwan sha tsei
Japanese setsuzoku
Kṣīṇāsrava, thief-destroyer, i.e. conqueror of the passions, an arhat; killer of thieves


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Japanese hasha / はしゃ Japanese (1) supreme ruler; conqueror; (2) champion; winner; titleholder



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Mandarin xiàng yǔ / xiang4 yu3
Taiwan hsiang yü
Japanese kouu / kou / こうう
Chinese Xiang Yu the Conqueror (232-202 BC), warlord defeated by first Han emperor
Japanese (person) Xiang Yu (aka Kou U) (232 BC-202 BC), general in the late Qin period, defeated by Liu Bang, founder of the Han Dynasty



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Mandarin tiē mù ér / tie1 mu4 er2
Taiwan t`ieh mu erh / tieh mu erh
Chinese Timur or Tamerlane (1336-1405), Mongol emperor and conqueror


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Mandarin zhēng fú zhě / zheng1 fu2 zhe3
Taiwan cheng fu che
Japanese seifukusha / sefukusha / せいふくしゃ
Chinese conqueror
Japanese conqueror


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Japanese senshousha / senshosha / せんしょうしゃ Japanese victor; victor troops; conqueror



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Mandarin dū yǎn dì / du1 yan3 di4
Taiwan tu yen ti
Japanese jaentai
(or 闍演底) jayanta, conqueror, name of Śiva and others; (Skt. jayanti)


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Mandarin jiàng sān shì / jiang4 san1 shi4
Taiwan chiang san shih
Japanese gō sansei
To subdue the three worlds, as conqueror of them, e.g. 降三世明王 Trailokya-vijaya-rāja, rāja subduing the three realms above, here, below, one of the five great 明王 q.v.; the one controlling the east; subduer of the three realms of desire, resentment, and stupidity; also of these three passions in past, present, future. There are other similar rājas.



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Mandarin jì nì zhā wáng / ji4 ni4 zha1 wang2
Taiwan chi ni cha wang
Japanese Keijita Ō
Caṇḍa-Kaniṣka, 吒王; the Scythian king, conqueror of northern India and Central Asia, noted for violence, the seizure of Aśvaghoṣa, and, later, patronage of Buddhism.



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Mandarin bà wáng bié jī / ba4 wang2 bie2 ji1
Taiwan pa wang pieh chi
Chinese The Conqueror Bids Farewell to His Favorite Concubine (tragic opera by Mei Lanfang 梅蘭芳|梅兰芳[Mei2 Lan2 fang1]); Farewell My Concubine (1993 film by Chen Kaige)


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Japanese daiitokumyouou / daitokumyoo / だいいとくみょうおう Japanese {Buddh} Yamantaka Vidya-raja; conqueror of Death



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Mandarin jū lǔ shì dà dì / ju1 lu3 shi4 da4 di4
Taiwan chü lu shih ta ti
Chinese Cyrus the Great (ca. 600-530 BC), the founder of the Persian Empire and the conqueror of Babylon



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Mandarin tiē mù ér dà hán / tie1 mu4 er2 da4 han2
Taiwan t`ieh mu erh ta han / tieh mu erh ta han
Chinese Timur or Tamerlane (1336-1405), Mongol emperor and conqueror



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Mandarin pí zhǐ duō pó duō / pi2 zhi3 duo1 po2 duo1
Taiwan p`i chih to p`o to / pi chih to po to
Japanese bishitabata
vijitavat, one who has conquered, conqueror, intp. as the sun.


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Mandarin xiáng sān shì míng wáng / xiang2 san1 shi4 ming2 wang2
Taiwan hsiang san shih ming wang
Japanese gouzanzemyouou / gozanzemyoo / ごうざんぜみょうおう
Japanese {Buddh} Trailokyavijaya Vidya-raja; conqueror of the three worlds
conqueror of the three worlds; conqueror of the three worlds

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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
shourisha / shorishashèng lì zhě
sheng4 li4 zhe3
sheng li zhe
sheng li che
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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