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Laugh Smile in Chinese / Japanese...

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Laugh / Smile

China xiào
Japan e / shou / wa
Laugh / Smile Vertical Wall Scroll

笑 simply means to laugh or smile.

Notes: In some context, it can mean "ridicule" in Korean Hanja. 笑 is not often seen alone in Japanese, though it is understood.

Live Laugh Love

China xiào ài shēng huó
Live Laugh Love Vertical Wall Scroll

In English, the word order shown in the title is the most natural or popular. In Chinese, the natural order is a little different:

The first character means laugh (sometimes means smile).

The second character means love.

The last two characters mean "live" as in "to be alive" or "pursue life."

Please note: 笑愛生活 is not a normal phrase, in that it does not have a subject, verb, and object. It is a word list. Word lists are not common in Asian languages/grammar (at least not as normal as they are in English). We only added this entry because so many people requested it.

We put the characters in the order shown above, as it almost makes a single word with the meaning, "A life of laughter and love." It's a made-up word but it sounds good in Chinese.


We removed the Japanese pronunciation guide from this entry, as the professional Japanese translator deemed it "near nonsense" from a Japanese perspective. Choose this only if your audience is Chinese and you want the fewest-possible characters to express this idea.

In Korean, this would be 소애생활 or "so ae saeng hwar" but I have not confirmed that this makes sense in Korean.

Happy Laughter

China huān xiào
Happy Laughter Vertical Wall Scroll

歡笑 translates as "happy laughter."

The first character means happy or happiness.
The second character means to laugh, laughter or smile.

Roar of Laughter / Big Laughs

China dà xiào
Japan taishou
Roar of Laughter / Big Laughs Vertical Wall Scroll

This can be translated as "roar of laughter," "loud laughter," "hearty laugh" or "cachinnation."

The first character means big or great, and the second character means laugh or smile.

If you like humor, this is a great wall scroll to hang in your home.


See Also:  The Whole Room Rocks With Laughter


Not the results for laugh smile that you were looking for?

Below are some entries from our dictionary that may match your laugh smile search...

Characters

If shown, 2nd row is Simp. Chinese

Pronunciation
Romanization
Simple Dictionary Definition

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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
Roar of Laughter / Big Laughs 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

一笑

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Japanese isshou / issho / いっしょう Japanese (noun/participle) laugh; smile; (female given name) Hitoe; (female given name) Kazue; (given name) Isshou

乾笑


干笑

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Mandarin gān xiào / gan1 xiao4
Taiwan kan hsiao
Chinese to give a hollow laugh; to force a smile; forced laugh; CL:聲|声[sheng1]

冷笑

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Mandarin lěng xiào / leng3 xiao4
Taiwan leng hsiao
Japanese reishou / resho / れいしょう
Chinese to sneer; to laugh grimly; grin of dissatisfaction (bitterness, helplessness, indignation etc); bitter, grim, sarcastic or angry smile
Japanese (noun/participle) derision; derisive laughter; scornful laugh

咲い

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Japanese warai / わらい Japanese (1) laugh; laughter; (2) smile; (3) sneer; (4) sex aids (e.g. dildos, pornographic books, erotic woodblock prints, etc.)

咲う

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Japanese warau / わらう Japanese (v5u,vi) (1) to laugh; (2) to smile; (3) to sneer; to ridicule; (4) to be dumbfounded; to be flabbergasted

嗤い

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Japanese warai / わらい Japanese (1) laugh; laughter; (2) smile; (3) sneer; (4) sex aids (e.g. dildos, pornographic books, erotic woodblock prints, etc.)

嗤う

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Japanese warau / わらう Japanese (v5u,vi) (1) to laugh; (2) to smile; (3) to sneer; to ridicule; (4) to be dumbfounded; to be flabbergasted

笑い

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Japanese warai / わらい Japanese (1) laugh; laughter; (2) smile; (3) sneer; (4) sex aids (e.g. dildos, pornographic books, erotic woodblock prints, etc.)

笑う

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Japanese warau / わらう Japanese (v5u,vi) (1) to laugh; (2) to smile; (3) to sneer; to ridicule; (4) to be dumbfounded; to be flabbergasted

苦笑

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Mandarin kǔ xiào / ku3 xiao4
Taiwan k`u hsiao / ku hsiao
Japanese kushou / kusho / くしょう
Chinese to force a smile; a bitter laugh
Japanese (noun/participle) bitter smile; wry smile; strained laugh; sarcastic laugh

解頤

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Mandarin jiě yí / jie3 yi2
Taiwan chieh i
Chinese to smile; to laugh

冷笑い

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Japanese seserawarai / せせらわらい Japanese sardonic laugh; scornful smile

嘲笑い

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Japanese seserawarai / せせらわらい Japanese sardonic laugh; scornful smile

嘲笑う

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Japanese seserawarau / せせらわらう    azawarau / あざわらう Japanese (out-dated kanji) (transitive verb) to laugh mockingly; to smile with contempt; to scorn; (transitive verb) to sneer at; to ridicule

法令線

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Japanese houreisen / horesen / ほうれいせん Japanese nasolabial fold; smile lines; laugh lines

苦笑い

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Japanese nigawarai / にがわらい Japanese (noun/participle) bitter smile; wry smile; forced smile; strained laugh

豊麗線

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Japanese houreisen / horesen / ほうれいせん Japanese nasolabial fold; smile lines; laugh lines

豊齢線

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Japanese houreisen / horesen / ほうれいせん Japanese nasolabial fold; smile lines; laugh lines

作り笑い

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Japanese tsukuriwarai / つくりわらい Japanese (noun/participle) forced laugh; forced smile

含み笑い

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Japanese fukumiwarai / ふくみわらい Japanese (noun/participle) suppressed laugh; smile; giggle; chuckle

嘲ら笑う

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Japanese seserawarau / せせらわらう Japanese (out-dated kanji) (transitive verb) to laugh mockingly; to smile with contempt; to scorn

愛嬌笑い

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Japanese aikyouwarai / aikyowarai / あいきょうわらい Japanese (See 愛想笑い) insincere laugh; insincere smile; ingratiating smile

追従笑い

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Japanese tsuishouwarai / tsuishowarai / ついしょうわらい Japanese servile smile; sycophantic smile; servile laugh; sycophantic laugh

せせら笑い

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Japanese seserawarai / せせらわらい Japanese sardonic laugh; scornful smile

せせら笑う

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Japanese seserawarau / せせらわらう Japanese (transitive verb) to laugh mockingly; to smile with contempt; to scorn

ほうれい線

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Japanese houreisen / horesen / ほうれいせん Japanese nasolabial fold; smile lines; laugh lines

朗らかに笑う

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Japanese hogarakaniwarau / ほがらかにわらう Japanese (exp,v5u) to smile brightly; to laugh merrily

腹の中で笑う

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Japanese haranonakadewarau / はらのなかでわらう Japanese (exp,v5u) to laugh to oneself; to smile to oneself

笑う門には福来る

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Japanese waraukadonihafukukitaru / わらうかどにはふくきたる Japanese (expression) (proverb) (from Chi: 打開笑門福自來) laugh and grow fat; good fortune and happiness will come to the home of those who smile

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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
Laugh
Smile
e / shou / wa
e / sho / wa
e/sho/wa
xiào / xiao4 / xiaohsiao
Live Laugh Love笑愛生活
笑爱生活
xiào ài shēng huó
xiao4 ai4 sheng1 huo2
xiao ai sheng huo
xiaoaishenghuo
hsiao ai sheng huo
hsiaoaishenghuo
Happy Laughter歡笑
欢笑
huān xiào
huan1 xiao4
huan xiao
huanxiao
huan hsiao
huanhsiao
Roar of Laughter
Big Laughs
大笑taishou / taishodà xiào / da4 xiao4 / da xiao / daxiaota hsiao / tahsiao
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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