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Do No Harm / Harmless

bù hài
fu gai
Do No Harm / Harmless Scroll

This Buddhist term comes from the Sanskrit "ahiṃsā" meaning harmlessness, not injuring, or doing harm to no one.

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Title CharactersRomaji (Romanized Japanese)Various forms of Romanized Chinese
Do No Harm
不害fu gai / fugaibù hài / bu4 hai4 / bu hai / buhaipu hai / puhai

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Simple Dictionary Definition


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hài / bu4 hai4
pu hai
 fugai / ふがい
Do No Harm / Harmless Scroll
(obscure) {Buddh} (See アヒンサー) nonviolence; non-harming; ahimsa
ahiṃsā. Harmlessness, not injuring, doing harm to none; non-harming

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hài / hai4
 i / い
12th earthly branch: 9-11 p.m., 10th solar month (7th November-6th December), year of the Boar; ancient Chinese compass point: 330°
(1) the Boar (twelfth sign of the Chinese zodiac); the Pig; (2) (obsolete) (See 亥の刻) hour of the Boar (around 10pm, 9-11pm, or 10pm to 12 midnight); (3) (obsolete) north-northwest; (4) (obsolete) tenth month of the lunar calendar; (personal name) Gai

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hài / hai4
exclamation of regret

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hài / hai4
 gai / がい
to do harm to; to cause trouble to; harm; evil; calamity
injury; harm; evil influence; damage
hiṃsā; vihiṃsā; hurt, harm, injure; to harm

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hài / hai4
helium (chemistry)

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hài / hai4
tainted food

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hài / hai4
to astonish; to startle; to hack (computing, loanword)


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dīng hài / ding1 hai4
ting hai
 teigai / tegai / ていがい
twenty-fourth year D12 of the 60 year cycle, e.g. 2007 or 2067
(See 干支・1) Fire Boar (24th year of the sexagenary cycle, e.g. 1947, 2007, 2067)


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hài / yi3 hai4
i hai
 kinotoi;itsugai;otsugai / きのとい;いつがい;おつがい
twelfth year B12 of the 60 year cycle, e.g. 1995 or 2055
(See 干支・1) Wood Boar (12th year of the sexagenary cycle, e.g. 1935, 1995, 2055)



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hài shí / hai4 shi2
hai shih
9-11 pm (in the system of two-hour subdivisions used in former times)



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hài zhū / hai4 zhu1
hai chu
Year 12, year of the Boar (e.g. 2007)


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hài / ta1 hai4
t`a hai / ta hai
 tagai / たがい
(noun/participle) harming others
to harm others


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qīn hài / qin1 hai4
ch`in hai / chin hai
 shingai / しんがい
to encroach on; to infringe on
(noun/participle) infringement; violation; invasion; encroachment; trespass


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hài / ju4 hai4
chü hai
to bring harm to both [self and others]



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shāng hài / shang1 hai4
shang hai
 shougai / shogai / しょうがい
to injure; to harm
(n,vs,adj-no) (1) wound; injury; accident; casualty; (n,vs,adj-no) (2) assault; inflicting bodily injury


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guāng hài / guang1 hai4
kuang hai
 kougai;hikarigai / kogai;hikarigai / こうがい;ひかりがい
light pollution (Tw)
light pollution


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gōng hài / gong1 hai4
kung hai
 kougai / kogai / こうがい
public hazard, nuisance
(noun - becomes adjective with の) (See 汚染・おせん) pollution; public nuisance; contamination



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dòng hài / dong4 hai4
tung hai
 tougai / togai / とうがい
(agriculture) freezing injury
frost damage


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jiā hài / jia1 hai4
chia hai
 kagai / かがい
to injure
(noun/participle) assault; violence; damaging (someone)
to harm


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wēi hài / wei1 hai4
wei hai
 kigai / きがい
to jeopardize; to harm; to endanger; harmful effect; damage; CL:個|个[ge4]
injury; harm; danger


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shòu hài / shou4 hai4
shou hai
to suffer damage, injury etc; damaged; injured; killed; robbed


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hài / ke3 hai4
k`o hai / ko hai


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hài / si4 hai4
ssu hai
"the four pests", i.e. rats, flies, mosquitoes, and sparrows; see also 打麻雀運動|打麻雀运动[Da3 Ma2 que4 Yun4 dong4]


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kēng hài / keng1 hai4
k`eng hai / keng hai
to trap; to frame


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fáng hài / fang2 hai4
fang hai
 bougai / bogai / ぼうがい
to impair; damaging; harmful; a nuisance
(n,vs,adj-no) disturbance; obstruction; hindrance; jamming; interference



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wēi hài / wei1 hai4
wei hai
to intimidate



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ráo hài / rao2 hai4
jao hai
to disturb


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hài rén / hai4 ren2
hai jen
 gaijin / がいじん
to harm sb; to inflict suffering; to victimize; pernicious
(derogatory term) (slang) (pun on 外人) (See 外人・1) foreigner; gaijin


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hài bàn / hai4 ban4
hai pan


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hài kǒu / hai4 kou3
hai k`ou / hai kou
morning sickness during pregnancy; to be pregnant

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