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The Name Egypt in Chinese / Japanese...

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āi jí
Egypt Scroll

埃及 is the Chinese name for the country of Egypt.

Note: Egypt rests partially in Asia and Africa.

See Also:  Africa | Asia

e ji pu to
Egypt Scroll

エジプト is Egypt in Japanese Katakana.

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

The following table may be helpful for those studying Chinese or Japanese...

Title CharactersRomaji (Romanized Japanese)Various forms of Romanized Chinese
Egypt埃及āi jí / ai1 ji2 / ai ji / aijiai chi / aichi
Egyptエジプトe ji pu to / ejiputo

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Simple Dictionary Definition


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āi jí / ai1 ji2
ai chi
 ejiputo / えじぷと
Egypt Scroll
(ateji / phonetic) (kana only) Egypt; (ateji / phonetic) (ik) (kana only) Egypt; (place-name) Egypt


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 ejiputo / エジプト
Egypt Scroll
(place-name) Egypt


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 giza / ギザ (place-name) Al-Jizah (Egypt); Giza (Egypt)


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 fuwa / フワ (place-name) Fuwah (Egypt)


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yǐ āi / yi3 ai1
i ai



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āi xù / ai1 xu4
ai hsü



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lè shǔ / le4 shu3
le shu
Luxor, city in Egypt (Cantonese transliteration)



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xī wǎ / xi1 wa3
hsi wa
Siwa, Egypt



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kāi luó / kai1 luo2
k`ai lo / kai lo
Cairo, capital of Egypt


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ā yù / a1 yu4
a yü
 Aiku / あしょか
(given name) Ashoka
Aśoka, 阿恕伽; 阿輸迦(or 阿舒迦, or 阿叔迦) Grandson of Candragupta (Sandrokottos), who united India and reached the summit of his career about 315 B.C. Aśoka reigned from about 274 to 237 B.C. His name Aśoka, 'free from care,' may have been adopted on his conversion. He is accused of the assassination of his brother and relatives to gain the throne, and of a fierce temperament in his earlier days. Converted, he became the first famous patron of Buddhism, encouraging its development and propaganda at home and abroad, to which existing pillars, etc., bear witness; his propaganda is said to have spread from the borders of China to Macedonia, Epirus, Egypt, and Cyrene. His title is Dharmāśoka; he should be distinguished from Kālāśoka, grandson of Ajātaśatru. Cf. 阿育伽經、 阿育伽傳, etc.


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 idofu / イドフ (place-name) Idfu (Egypt)


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 kairo / カイロ Cairo; (place-name) Cairo (Egypt); Calow


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 kinaa / kina / キナー (place-name) Qina (Egypt)


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 kuusu / kusu / クース vintage awamori; awamori aged in cask for at least three years; (place-name) Qus (Egypt)


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 jifuta / ジフタ (place-name) Zifta (Egypt)


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 tafuta / タフタ taffeta; (place-name) Tahta (Egypt)


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 taraa / tara / タラー (place-name) Tala (Egypt)


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 tanta / タンタ (place-name) Tanta (Egypt)


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 pasha / パシャ (1) pasha (tur: paşa); honorary title in Ottoman Empire and pre-republican Egypt; (adv-to,adv) (2) (onomatopoeic or mimetic word) (See パシャッと・2) click; sound of a camera shutter


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 biyara / ビヤラ (place-name) Biyala (Egypt)


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mèng fēi sī / meng4 fei1 si1
meng fei ssu
Memphis (Egypt or Tennessee)


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dǐ bǐ sī / di3 bi3 si1
ti pi ssu
Thebes, place name in ancient Egypt; Thebes, ancient Greek city state


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tuō lè mì / tuo1 le4 mi4
t`o le mi / to le mi
Ptolemy, kings of Egypt after the partition of Alexander the Great's Empire in 305 BC; Ptolemy or Claudius Ptolemaeus (c. 90-c. 168), Alexandrian Greek astronomer, mathematician and geographer, author of the Almagest 天文學大成|天文学大成; see also 托勒玫[Tuo1 le4 mei2]



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fǎ lǔ kè / fa3 lu3 ke4
fa lu k`o / fa lu ko
Farouk of Egypt (1920-1965), king of Egypt 1936-1952



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lú kè suǒ / lu2 ke4 suo3
lu k`o so / lu ko so
Luxor, city in Egypt



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mù ěr xī / mu4 er3 xi1
mu erh hsi
Morsi, Mursi or Morsy (name); Mohamed Morsi (1951-2019), Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood politician, president of Egypt 2012-2013



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nà jí bù / na4 ji2 bu4
na chi pu
Muhammad Naguib (1901-1984), first president of the Republic of Egypt


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ā sī wàng / a1 si1 wang4
a ssu wang
Aswan (town in south Egypt)



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ā lái màn / a1 lai2 man4
a lai man
El Alamein, town in Egypt


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 isunaa / isuna / イスナー (place-name) Isna (Egypt)

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