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Cry in the dojo - Laugh on the battlefield

Japan doujou de naki senjou de warau
Cry in the dojo - Laugh on the battlefield Vertical Wall Scroll

道場で泣き戦場で笑う is a Japanese phrase that means, "Cry in the dojo, laugh on the battlefield."

You'll see this phrase in a lot of dojos as a kind of philosophical joke.


Note: Because this selection contains some special Japanese Hiragana characters, it should be written by a Japanese calligrapher.


See Also:  The More We Sweat in Training the Less We Bleed in Battle


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Characters

If shown, 2nd row is Simp. Chinese

Pronunciation
Romanization
Simple Dictionary Definition

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Mandarin chàng / chang4
Taiwan ch`ang / chang
Japanese tonoo / とのお    tonou / tono / とのう    tonae / となえ    tonau / となう    shou / sho / しょう
Cry in the dojo - Laugh on the battlefield Vertical Wall Scroll
Chinese to sing; to call loudly; to chant
Japanese (surname) Tonoo; (given name) Tonou; (female given name) Tonae; (female given name) Tonau; (given name) Shou
To cry out, sing; to call out

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Mandarin xiào / xiao4
Taiwan hsiao
Japanese warau / わらう    nikori / にこり    niko / にこ    tsutsumi / つつみ    emu / えむ    emi / えみ    egao / えがお
Cry in the dojo - Laugh on the battlefield Vertical Wall Scroll
Chinese laugh; smile; CL:個|个[ge4]
Japanese (abbreviation) (slang) LOL; haha; (female given name) Warau; (female given name) Nikori; (female given name) Niko; (female given name) Tsutsumi; (female given name) Emu; (surname, female given name) Emi; (female given name) Egao
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

同情

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Mandarin tóng qíng / tong2 qing2
Taiwan t`ung ch`ing / tung ching
Japanese doujou / dojo / どうじょう
Cry in the dojo - Laugh on the battlefield Vertical Wall Scroll
Chinese to sympathize with; sympathy
Japanese (noun/participle) sympathy; compassion; sympathize; sympathise; pity; feel for

大笑

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Mandarin dà xiào / da4 xiao4
Taiwan ta hsiao
Japanese taishou / taisho / たいしょう
Cry in the dojo - Laugh on the battlefield Vertical Wall Scroll
Chinese to laugh heartily; a belly laugh
Japanese (noun/participle) loud laughter; hearty laugh

歡笑

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Mandarin huān xiào / huan1 xiao4
Taiwan huan hsiao
Chinese to laugh happily; a belly-laugh

道場


道场

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Mandarin dào chǎng / dao4 chang3
Taiwan tao ch`ang / tao chang
Japanese doujou / dojo / どうじょう
Chinese Taoist or Buddhist rite; abbr. for 菩提道場|菩提道场[Pu2 ti2 dao4 chang3]
Japanese (1) dojo (hall used for martial arts training); (2) (abbreviation) {Buddh} (See 菩提道場) manda (place of Buddhist practice or meditation, esp. the place under the bodhi tree where Buddha attained enlightenment); (surname) Michiba; (place-name, surname) Douba; (place-name, surname) Doujou; (surname) Touba
Truth-plot. bodhimaṇḍala, circle, or place of enlightenment. The place where Buddha attained enlightenment. A place, or method, for attaining to Buddha-truth. An object of or place for religious offerings. A place for teaching, learning, or practising religion; site of enlightenment

阿修羅


阿修罗

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Mandarin ā xiū luō / a1 xiu1 luo1
Taiwan a hsiu lo
Japanese ashura / あしゅら
Chinese Asura, malevolent spirits in Indian mythology
Japanese Asura (fighting demon); (female given name) Ashura
asura, 修羅 originally meaning a spirit, spirits, or even the gods, it generally indicates titanic demons, enemies of the gods, with whom, especially Indra, they wage constant war. They are defined as 'not devas', and 'ugly', and 'without wine'. Other forms are 阿須羅 (or 阿蘇羅, or 阿素羅); 阿修倫 (or羅須倫 or 阿修輪 or 羅須輪); 阿素洛; 阿差. Four classes are named according to their manner of rebirth-egg, born, womb-born, transformation-born, and spawn- or water-born. Their abode is in the ocean, north of Sumeru, but certain of the weaker dwell in a western mountain cave. They have realms, rulers, and palaces, as have the devas. The 阿修羅道 is one of the six gatis, or ways of reincarnation. The 修羅場 or 修羅巷 is the battlefield of the asuras against Indra. The 阿修羅琴 are their harps.


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Mandarin tóng / tong2
Taiwan t`ung / tung
Japanese doujou / dojo / どうじょう
Chinese (used in given names); variant of 同[tong2]
Japanese "as above" mark

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Mandarin jiào / jiao4
Taiwan chiao
Japanese kyouji / kyoji / きょうじ    kyou / kyo / きょう
Chinese to shout; to call; to order; to ask; to be called; by (indicates agent in the passive mood)
Japanese (personal name) Kyou
To call, cry.

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Mandarin yín / yin2
Taiwan yin
Japanese gin / ぎん    uta / うた    akira / あきら
Chinese to chant; to recite; to moan; to groan; cry (of certain animals and insects); song (ancient poem)
Japanese (female given name) Gin; (female given name) Uta; (female given name) Akira
Chant, hum, mutter; to chant


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Mandarin na // nà / na5 // na4
Taiwan na
Chinese sentence-final particle (abbr. for 呢啊[ne5 a5] or variant of 哪[na5]); battle cry

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Mandarin/ hu1
Taiwan hu
Japanese ko / こ
Chinese to call; to cry; to shout; to breath out; to exhale
Japanese (surname) Ko
Call; breathe out.

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Mandarin/ xi4
Taiwan hsi
Japanese chi
Chinese loud laugh; gnaw; bite
To laugh; to bite. Translit. t.

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Mandarin/ ku1
Taiwan k`u / ku
Japanese koku
Chinese to cry; to weep
To weep.

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Mandarin/ li4
Taiwan li
Chinese cry of a crane or wild goose

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Mandarin/ ti2
Taiwan t`i / ti
Japanese tei
Chinese to cry; to weep aloud; to crow; to hoot
To wail; crow.

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Mandarin chī / chi1
Taiwan ch`ih / chih
Chinese laugh at; jeer; scoff at; sneer at


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Mandarin xiāo / xiao1
Taiwan hsiao
Chinese a cry of alarm; querulous

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Mandarin liáo / liao2
Taiwan liao
Chinese clear sound; cry (of cranes etc)

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Mandarin/ xi1
Taiwan hsi
Chinese laugh; giggle; (interjection expressing admiration, surprise etc)

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Mandarin huò / huo4
Taiwan huo
Chinese (onom.) expressing admiration or surprise; sound of a laugh

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Mandarin lǐ // kuī / li3 // kui1
Taiwan li // k`uei / li // kuei
Chinese worried; afflicted; to laugh at


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Mandarin/ le4
Taiwan le
Japanese ran / らん    raku / らく
Chinese music; happy; cheerful; to laugh; surname Yue; surname Le
Japanese (surname) Ran; (surname) Raku
Music, that which causes joy, hence joy, joyful, glad, rejoice; also to find joy in, enjoy; (1) music (2) comfort (3) to be indulged in


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Mandarin hào / hao4
Taiwan hao
Japanese gou / go / ごう
Chinese ordinal number; day of a month; mark; sign; business establishment; size; ship suffix; horn (wind instrument); bugle call; assumed name; to take a pulse; classifier used to indicate number of people; roar; cry; CL:個|个[ge4]
Japanese (n,n-suf) (1) number; edition; make; model; issue; part of that group; (2) sobriquet; pen-name; (suffix) (3) suffix attached to names of ships, trains, airplanes, etc.; (personal name) Gou
To roar, call, cry, scream; sign, mark, designation; a mark

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Mandarin hòng / hong4
Taiwan hung
Japanese kou / ko / こう
Chinese tumult; uproar; commotion; disturbance
Japanese battle cry; war cry; (given name) Kou

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Japanese dojou / dojo / どじょう Japanese (1) (kana only) loach (any fish of family Cobitidae); (2) weather loach (Misgurnus anguillicaudatus)


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Mandarin míng / ming2
Taiwan ming
Japanese mei / me / めい    min / みん    hibiki / ひびき    naru / なる
Chinese to cry (of birds, animals and insects)
Japanese (female given name) Mei; (personal name) Min; (female given name) Hibiki; (surname) Naru
Cry, sound, note of a bird, etc.; Oh ! alas ! to wail.

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Mandarin yǎo / yao3
Taiwan yao
Chinese cry of hen pheasant

てへ

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Japanese tehe / てへ Japanese (interjection) ehehe; ahaha; embarrassed laugh

ふふ

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Japanese fufu / ふふ Japanese giggling sound; laugh; ha ha

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