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Fragrant Herb / Housou

Japan housou
Fragrant Herb / Housou Vertical Wall Scroll

In Japanese, this means fragrant herb, and is often used as a given name romanized as Housou or Hoso.

Note: Sometimes romanized as Yoshikusa.

Fragrant / Good Smell

China xiāng
Japan ka / kou
Fragrant / Good Smell Vertical Wall Scroll

香 is the Chinese, Japanese Kanji, and old Korean Hanja that means: fragrant; sweet smelling; aromatic; savory; appetizing; perfume; incense; aroma; fragrance; scent; good smell.

Fragrance or incense is known to be one of the Buddha's messengers to stimulate faith and devotion.

Orchid

China lán
Japan ran
Orchid Vertical Wall Scroll

蘭 is the character for orchid in Chinese, Japanese Kanji, and old Korean Hanja.

Also: Epidendrum.

蘭 is used in some context to mean fragrant, elegant, or refined.

蘭 can also be the Chinese family name romanized as, "Lan." However, it is not the only character that can be romanized as Lan.

In Japanese and Korean, this character means orchid but is also used as a suffix or short name for the Netherlands / Holland.

The farts of others stink, but one’s own smells sweet

China bié rén pì chòu zì jiā xiāng
The farts of others stink, but one’s own smells sweet Vertical Wall Scroll

This literally translates as:
Other people's flatulence stinks, [but] one's own is fragrant.

Figuratively, this means:
Some people criticize as defects in others what they (seem to) treasure in themselves.

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Characters

If shown, 2nd row is Simp. Chinese

Pronunciation
Romanization
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Mandarin fēn / fen1
Taiwan fen
Japanese fun / ふん
The farts of others stink, but one’s own smells sweet Vertical Wall Scroll
Chinese perfume; fragrance
Japanese (n,n-pref,n-suf) (1) (abbreviation) (See 芬蘭・フィンランド) Finland; (adj-t,adv-to) (2) (archaism) fragrant; aromatic
Fragrant; confused; translit. puṇ in芬陀利 (or芬陁利) puṇḍarīka. The white lotus, v. 分陀利.


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Mandarin lán / lan2
Taiwan lan
Japanese ran(p);ran(p) / らん(P);ラン(P)
The farts of others stink, but one’s own smells sweet Vertical Wall Scroll
Chinese orchid (蘭花|兰花 Cymbidium goeringii); fragrant thoroughwort (蘭草|兰草 Eupatorium fortunei); lily magnolia (木蘭|木兰); surname Lan; abbr. for Lanzhou 蘭州|兰州[Lan2 zhou1], Gansu
Japanese (1) orchid; (2) (abbreviation) (See 和蘭・オランダ) Holland; The Netherlands
The epidendrum, orchid; scented, refined; pledged, sworn; translit. ra, ram, ran; abbrev. for 偸蘭遮 q.v.

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Mandarin xiāng / xiang1
Taiwan hsiang
Japanese kou;kori(ok) / ko;kori(ok) / こう;こり(ok)
The farts of others stink, but one’s own smells sweet Vertical Wall Scroll
Chinese fragrant; sweet smelling; aromatic; savory or appetizing; (to eat) with relish; (of sleep) sound; perfume or spice; joss or incense stick; CL:根[gen1]
Japanese (See 御香) incense
(竹; 象) Incense made in coils and burnt to measure the time; also 香盤; 香印.; gandha. Fragrance; incense; the sense of smell, i.e. one of the ṣaḍāyātana, six senses. Incense is one of the 使 Buddha's messengers to stimulate faith and devotion.

芳草

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Japanese housou / hoso / ほうそう
The farts of others stink, but one’s own smells sweet Vertical Wall Scroll
Japanese fragrant herb

菲菲

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Mandarin fēi fēi / fei1 fei1
Taiwan fei fei
Japanese fuifui / ふいふい
The farts of others stink, but one’s own smells sweet Vertical Wall Scroll
Chinese very fragrant; luxurious; beautiful

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Mandarin/ bi4
Taiwan pi
Chinese fragrant

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Mandarin chán / chan2
Taiwan ch`an / chan
Chinese sandalwood (Santalum album), a Nepalese tree producing valuable fragrant oil; comet

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Mandarin fāng / fang1
Taiwan fang
Japanese yoshiharu / よしはる
Chinese fragrant
fragrant

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Mandarin/ bi4
Taiwan pi
Japanese hitsu
Chinese (phonetic); fragrant
Fragrant.

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Mandarin chén / chen2
Taiwan ch`en / chen
Chinese fragrant plant; angelica

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Mandarin quán / quan2
Taiwan ch`üan / chüan
Chinese (fragrant plant)

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Mandarin/ pu2
Taiwan p`u / pu
Japanese fukube / ふくべ
Chinese Bodhisattva
A kind of fragrant grass; bo


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Mandarin sūn / sun1
Taiwan sun
Chinese fragrant grass


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Mandarin xūn / xun1
Taiwan hsün
Japanese kun
Chinese sweet-smelling grass; Coumarouna odorata; tonka beans; coumarin; fragrance; warm; to educate; variant of 熏[xun1]; to smoke; to fumigate
A fragrant plant which expels noxious influences; vāsanā, perfume, fumigate, becloud; to perfume

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Mandarin lài / lai4
Taiwan lai
Chinese (fragrant labiate plant)

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Mandarin fēi / fei1
Taiwan fei
Chinese fragrant

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Mandarin yǎn / yan3
Taiwan yen
Chinese fragrant odor

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Mandarin xīn / xin1
Taiwan hsin
Japanese hajime / はじめ
Chinese fragrant

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Mandarin nun / nun2
Taiwan nun
Chinese warm and fragrant

佩蘭


佩兰

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Mandarin pèi lán / pei4 lan2
Taiwan p`ei lan / pei lan
Chinese orchid; fragrant thoroughwort; (botany) Eupatorium fortunei; Herba Eupatorii (used in Chinese medicine)

匂う

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Japanese niou / nio / におう Japanese (v5u,vi) (1) to be fragrant; to smell (good); (2) to stink; to smell (bad); (3) to glow; to be bright; (4) to smack of; to show hints of

匂桜

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Japanese nioizakura;nioizakura / においざくら;ニオイザクラ Japanese (kana only) cherry tree with fragrant flowers

吸口

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Mandarin xī kǒu / xi1 kou3
Taiwan hsi k`ou / hsi kou
Japanese suikuchi / すいくち
Chinese sucker mouth
Japanese (1) mouthpiece; cigarette holder; cigarette filter (tip); (2) fragrant garnish (for soup)

摩利

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Mandarin mó lì / mo2 li4
Taiwan mo li
Japanese mari / まり
mallikā, a fragrant flower variously described as jasmine, aloes, musk, etc. Name of the wife of king Prasenajit, also called 摩利室羅 Mālyaśrī .

木所

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Japanese kidokoro / きどころ Japanese classification of fragrant woods used as incense

木犀

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Mandarin mù xi / mu4 xi5
Taiwan mu hsi
Japanese mokusei / mokuse / もくせい
Chinese osmanthus
Japanese fragrant olive; sweet olive; Osmanthus fragrans; Olea fragrans

棻芳

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Mandarin fēn fāng / fen1 fang1
Taiwan fen fang
Chinese perfume; fragrant

比丘

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Mandarin bǐ qiū / bi3 qiu1
Taiwan pi ch`iu / pi chiu
Japanese biku / びく
Chinese Buddhist monk (loanword from Sanskrit "bhiksu")
Japanese bhikkhu (fully ordained Buddhist monk) (san: bhiksu)
比呼; 苾芻; 煏芻 bhikṣu, a religious mendicant, an almsman, one who has left home, been fully ordained, and depends on alms for a living. Some are styled 乞士 mendicant scholars, all are 釋種 Śākya-seed, offspring of Buddha. The Chinese characters are clearly used as a phonetic equivalent, but many attempts have been made to give meanings to the two words, e. g. 比 as 破 and 丘 as 煩惱, hence one who destroys the passions and delusions, also 悕能 able to overawe Māra and his minions; also 除饉 to get rid of dearth, moral and spiritual. Two kinds 内乞 and 外乞; both indicate self-control, the first by internal mental or spiritual methods, the second by externals such as strict diet. 苾芻 is a fragrant plant, emblem of the monastic life; (Skt. bhikṣu)

清香

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Mandarin qīng xiāng / qing1 xiang1
Taiwan ch`ing hsiang / ching hsiang
Japanese seikou / seko / せいこう
Chinese sweet scent; fragrant odor

溫馨


温馨

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Mandarin wēn xīn / wen1 xin1
Taiwan wen hsin
Chinese comfort; soft and fragrant; warm

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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
Fragrant Herb
Housou
芳草housou / hoso
Fragrant
Good Smell
ka / kou / ka / ko / ka/koxiāng / xiang1 / xianghsiang
Orchid
ranlán / lan2 / lan
The farts of others stink, but one’s own smells sweet別人屁臭自家香
别人屁臭自家香
bié rén pì chòu zì jiā xiāng
bie2 ren2 pi4 chou4 zi4 jia1 xiang1
bie ren pi chou zi jia xiang
bierenpichouzijiaxiang
pieh jen p`i ch`ou tzu chia hsiang
pieh jen pi chou tzu chia hsiang
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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