Illness in Chinese / Japanese...

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Pronunciation
Romanization
Simple Dictionary Definition

五行

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wǔ xíng
    wu3 xing2
wu hsing
 gogyou / gogyo
    ごぎょう
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five phases of Chinese philosophy: wood 木, fire 火, earth 土, metal 金, water 水
(1) (See 五大・ごだい・1) the five elements (in Chinese philosophy: wood, fire, earth, metal and water); the five phases; wu xing; (2) {Buddh} five practices of the Bodhisattvas; (3) (See 六信五行) the five pillars of Islam; (surname, given name) Gogyou
The five lines of conduct. I. According to the 起信論 Awakening of Faith they are almsgiving; keeping the commandments; patience under insult; zeal or progress; meditation. II. According to the 涅槃經 Nirvana Sutra they are saintly or bodhisattva deeds; arhat, or noble deeds; deva deeds; children's deeds (i. e. normal good deeds of men, devas, and Hinayanists); sickness conditions, e. g. illness, delusion, etc.; — into all these lines of conduct and conditions a Bodhisattva enters. III. The five elements, or tanmātra— wood, fire, earth, metal, and water; or earth, water, ire, air, and ether (or space) as taught by the later Mahāyāna philosophy; idem 五大; five practices

克服

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kè fú
    ke4 fu2
k`o fu
    ko fu
 kokufuku
    こくふく
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(try to) overcome (hardships etc); to conquer; to put up with; to endure
(noun/participle) conquest (of a difficulty, illness, handicap, etc.); overcoming; bringing under control; subjugation; victory over

平復


平复

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píng fù
    ping2 fu4
p`ing fu
    ping fu
 heifuku / hefuku
    へいふく
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to pacify; to calm down; to be cured; to be healed
(noun/participle) restoration to health
recovery from illness; recovery from illness

恢復


恢复

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huī fù
    hui1 fu4
hui fu
 kaifuku
    かいふく
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to reinstate; to resume; to restore; to recover; to regain; to rehabilitate
(noun/participle) (1) restoration; rehabilitation; recovery; return; replevin; improvement; (2) recovery (from an illness); recuperation; convalescence

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xx
    xx5
xx
 touge / toge
    とうげ
(Japanese kokuji) mountain pass; (fig.) crisis point; pr. tōge
(n,n-suf) (1) (mountain) pass; ridge; peak; (2) peak (e.g. of summer); worst (e.g. of an illness); crisis; critical point; most difficult part; (surname) Dougesaki

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huàn
    huan4
huan
 gen
to suffer (from illness); to contract (a disease); misfortune; trouble; danger; worry
to suffer

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gěng
    geng3
keng
 kyō
branch; stem; stalk; CL:根[gen1]; to block; to hinder; (neologism that evolved from 哏[gen2], initially in Taiwan, during the first decade of the 21st century) memorable creative idea (joke, catchphrase, meme, neologism, witty remark etc); prominent feature of a creative work (punchline of a joke, trope in a drama, special ingredient in a dish, riff in a pop song etc)
illness

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    ji2
chi
 shitsu
    つぐお
sickness; disease; hate; envy; swift
(personal name) Tsuguo
Sickness, an attack of illness: haste, speedy: angry; sickness

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bìng
    bing4
ping
 yamai
    やまい
illness; CL:場|场[chang2]; disease; to fall ill; defect
(1) illness; disease; (2) bad habit; weakness; fault
Illness, disease; to hurt; to get sick

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zhèng
    zheng4
cheng
 shou / sho
    しょう
disease; illness
(adj-na,n-suf) illness; (personal name) Masahiko

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quán
    quan2
ch`üan
    chüan
to recover (from illness)


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huàn
    huan4
huan
illness; numbness of the limbs


𤶊

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guài
    guai4
kuai
(literary) serious illness; (Cantonese) variant of 攰[gui4]

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shǔ
    shu3
shu
illness caused by worry

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kàn
    kan4
k`an
    kan
 kan
    いくま
to see; to look at; to read; to watch; to visit; to call on; to consider; to regard as; to look after; to treat (an illness); to depend on; to feel (that); (after verb) to give it a try; Watch out! (for a danger)
(personal name) Ikuma
Look, see; watch over; to look at


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    du3
tu
 toku
    とく
serious (illness); sincere; true
(surname) Toku
Sincere; serious; consolidate; warm, hearty

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    ku3
k`u
    ku
 ku
    く
bitter; hardship; pain; to suffer; to bring suffering to; painstakingly
(1) pain; anguish; suffering; distress; anxiety; worry; trouble; difficulty; hardship; (2) {Buddh} (See 八苦) duhkha (suffering)
duḥkha, 豆佉 bitterness; unhappiness, suffering, pain, distress, misery; difficulty. There are lists of two, three, four, five, eight, and ten categories; the two are internal, i. e. physical and mental, and external, i. e. attacks from without. The four are birth, growing old, illness, and death. The eight are these four along with the pain of parting from the loved, of meeting with the hated, of failure in one's aims, and that caused by the five skandhas; cf. 四諦.

不予

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bù yú
    bu4 yu2
pu yü
 fuyo
    ふよ
to withhold; to refuse
indisposition; emperor's illness; unhappiness

不治

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bù zhì
    bu4 zhi4
pu chih
 fuji; fuchi
    ふじ; ふち
to die of illness or injury despite receiving medical help
(noun - becomes adjective with の) incurability
untreated

不起

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bù qǐ
    bu4 qi3
pu ch`i
    pu chi
 fuki
    ふき
(adj-no,n) (obsolete) incurable (illness); bedridden (for the rest of one's days)
does not manifest; does not give rise to

久病

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jiǔ bìng
    jiu3 bing4
chiu ping
my old illness; chronic condition

仮病

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 kebyou / kebyo
    けびょう
(noun - becomes adjective with の) feigned illness

作病

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zuò bìng
    zuo4 bing4
tso ping
 sakubyou / sakubyo
    さくびょう
feigned illness
contrivance sickness

併発

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 heihatsu / hehatsu
    へいはつ
(n,vs,adj-no) concurrence; coincidence; complication (in illness)

傷病

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 shoubyou / shobyo
    しょうびょう
injuries and sickness; wounds and illness

全休

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quán xiū
    quan2 xiu1
ch`üan hsiu
    chüan hsiu
 zenkyuu / zenkyu
    ぜんきゅう
complete rest (after an illness)
(n,pref) (1) whole (period); (n,pref) (2) {sumo} absence during a complete tournament

六淫

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liù yín
    liu4 yin2
liu yin
 rokuin
    ろくいん
(TCM) six excesses causing illness, namely: excessive wind 風|风[feng1], cold 寒[han2], heat 暑[shu3], damp 濕|湿[shi1], dryness 燥[zao4], fire 火[huo3]
six external causes of illness in traditional Chinese medicine (wind, cold, fire-heat, dampness, dryness, heat of summer)

六邪

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liù xié
    liu4 xie2
liu hsieh
(TCM) six unhealthy influences causing illness, namely: excessive wind 風|风[feng1], cold 寒[han2], heat 暑[shu3], damp 濕|湿[shi1], dryness 燥[zao4], fire 火[huo3]

分利

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 bunri
    ぶんり
(noun - becomes adjective with の) crisis (in an illness)

加重

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jiā zhòng
    jia1 zhong4
chia chung
 kajuu(p); kachou / kaju(p); kacho
    かじゅう(P); かちょう
to make heavier; to emphasize; (of an illness etc) to become more serious; to aggravate (a bad situation); to increase (a burden, punishment etc)
(noun/participle) weighting (in averaging); aggravation; (personal name) Kajuu


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