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The Name Malaysia in Chinese / Japanese...

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mǎ lái xī yà
Malaysia Scroll

馬來西亞 is the Chinese name for the country of Malaysia.

See Also:  China | Thailand | Asia


Malaysia Scroll

マレーシア is the Japanese name for the country of Malaysia.

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

See Also:  China | Thailand | Asia

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

Title CharactersRomaji (Romanized Japanese)Various forms of Romanized Chinese
mǎ lái xī yà
ma3 lai2 xi1 ya4
ma lai xi ya
ma lai hsi ya
Malaysiaマレーシアmareeshia / mareshia
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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Simple Dictionary Definition


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shā bā / sha1 ba1
sha pa
Malaysia Scroll
Sabah, state of Malaysia in north Borneo 婆羅洲|婆罗洲



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mǎ lái xī yà / ma3 lai2 xi1 ya4
ma lai hsi ya
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 mareeshia / マレーシア
Malaysia Scroll
(place-name) Malaysia

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jīn / jin1
 kin / きん
catty; (PRC) weight equal to 500 g; (Tw) weight equal to 600 g; (HK, Malaysia, Singapore) slightly over 604 g
(1) kin; catty; traditional unit of weight, 600g; (2) (obsolete) (See 英斤・えいきん) pound (unit of weight); (n,ctr) (3) loaf (of bread); (personal name) Kinji
An adze; to chop; a catty, 1 and 1; 3 lb.: penetrating, minute; axe


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 shibu / シブ (place-name) Sibu (Malaysia)


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 paro / パロ (place-name) Paloh (Malaysia); Paro (Bhutan)



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yà bì / ya4 bi4
ya pi
Kota Kinabalu (capital of Sabah state, Malaysia)


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jiā yāng / jia1 yang1
chia yang
 kao / かお
Kangar city, capital of Perlis state 玻璃市[Bo1 li2 shi4], Malaysia
(personal name) Kao



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gǔ jìn / gu3 jin4
ku chin
Kuching (city in Malaysia)


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jí dǎ / ji2 da3
chi ta
Kedah, state of northwest Malaysia, capital Alor Star 亞羅士打|亚罗士打[Ya4 luo2 shi4 da3]


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bǐ lè / bi3 le4
pi le
Perak (state of Malaysia)



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dà mǎ / da4 ma3
ta ma
 taima / たいま
(given name) Taima



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wū tǒng / wu1 tong3
wu t`ung / wu tung
UMNO (United Malays National Organisation), Malaysia's largest political party


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bā shēng / ba1 sheng1
pa sheng
Klang (city in Malaysia)


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bù chéng / bu4 cheng2
pu ch`eng / pu cheng
 nunoshiro / ぬのしろ
Putrajaya, federal administrative territory of Malaysia, south of Kuala Lumpur city 吉隆坡市
(place-name) Nunoshiro


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péng hēng / peng2 heng1
p`eng heng / peng heng
Pahang province of Malaysia


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yí bǎo / yi2 bao3
i pao
Ipoh city in Malaysia, capital of Sultanate of Perak on Malayan peninsula


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xīn shān / xin1 shan1
hsin shan
 niyama / にやま
Johor Bahru (city in Malaysia)
(place-name) Niyama



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xīn mǎ / xin1 ma3
hsin ma
 shinba / しんば
abbr. for Singapore 新加坡 and Malaysia 馬來西亞|马来西亚
new horse (in horse racing, etc.); unbroken horse; remount



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bǎn miàn / ban3 mian4
pan mien
pan mee, aka banmian, a Hakka noodle soup dish, popular in Malaysia


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róu fó / rou2 fo2
jou fo
Johor (state of Malaysia at south of Malayan peninsula)


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zhuō qiú / zhuo1 qiu2
cho ch`iu / cho chiu
table tennis; table tennis ball (Tw); billiards; pool; snooker (HK, Singapore, Malaysia)



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bīng chéng / bing1 cheng2
ping ch`eng / ping cheng
Penang (state in Malaysia)



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bīng zhōu / bing1 zhou1
ping chou
Penang Pulau (Island), Malaysia; also written 檳榔嶼|槟榔屿



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nà mǐn / na4 min3
na min
Labuan, island territory of Malaysia off Sabah coast, north Borneo 婆羅洲|婆罗洲



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zǔ wū / zu3 wu1
tsu wu
 kumiya / くみや
HDB flats; public apartment flats (in Singapore and Malaysia)
(surname) Kumiya


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jìn dǎ / jin4 da3
chin ta
Kinta valley and river in Perak, Malaysia



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jīn bǎo / jin1 bao3
chin pao
Campbell (name); Kampar, town in the state of Perak, Malaysia



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mǎ lái / ma3 lai2
ma lai
 maki / まき
Malaya; Malaysia
(surname) Maki



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mǎ guó / ma3 guo2
ma kuo

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