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Manchuria in Chinese / Japanese...

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Manchuria

China mǎn zhōu
Manchuria Vertical Wall Scroll

滿洲 is the Chinese name for Manchuria, the homeland of the Manchu people.

滿洲 is a rarely-used term in modern China. They generally call the region, "northeast China" these days.


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Characters

If shown, 2nd row is Simp. Chinese

Pronunciation
Romanization
Simple Dictionary Definition

滿洲

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Mandarin mǎn zhōu / man3 zhou1
Taiwan man chou
Chinese Manchuria

see styles
Mandarin mǎn / man3
Taiwan man
Japanese man / まん
Chinese Japanese variant of 滿|满
Japanese (n,pref) (1) full (years, etc.); (2) whole; all; (3) fully enough; not lacking; (4) (abbreviation) (See 満州) Manchuria; (personal name) Minoru; (m,f) Mitsuru; (surname) Mitsuzaki; (surname) Mitsu; (female given name) Michiru; (personal name) Michi; (female given name) Man

北満

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Japanese hokuman / ほくまん Japanese North Manchuria; (surname) Kitamitsu

南満

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Japanese nanman / なんまん Japanese South Manchuria

國恥


国耻

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Mandarin guó chǐ / guo2 chi3
Taiwan kuo ch`ih / kuo chih
Chinese national humiliation, refers to Japanese incursions into China in the 1930s and 40s, and more especially to Mukden railway incident of 18th September 1931 九一八事變|九一八事变 and subsequent Japanese annexation of Manchuria

東北


东北

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Mandarin dōng běi / dong1 bei3
Taiwan tung pei
Japanese touhoku(p);higashikita / tohoku(p);higashikita / とうほく(P);ひがしきた
Chinese northeast; Northeast China; Manchuria
Japanese (1) north-east; (2) (とうほく only) (See 東北地方) Tohoku (northernmost six prefectures of Honshu); (surname) Higashikita; (place-name) Touhoku
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

渡満

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Japanese toman / とまん Japanese (noun/participle) migration to Manchuria

渤海

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Mandarin bó hǎi / bo2 hai3
Taiwan po hai
Japanese bokkai / ぼっかい    fukami / ふかみ
Chinese Bohai Sea, or Bo Hai, between Liaoning and Shandong; Parhae, Korean kingdom in Manchuria and Siberia 698-926
Japanese (place-name) Bohai (kingdom in Manchura and N. Korea, established after the fall of Goguryeo); Pohai; Bohai; Balhae; Bokkai; (surname) Fukami

満州

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Japanese manshuu / manshu / まんしゅう Japanese Manchuria; (place-name) Manshuu

満洲

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Japanese manshuu / manshu / まんしゅう Japanese Manchuria

満蒙

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Japanese manmou / manmo / まんもう Japanese Manchuria and Mongolia; (place-name) Mamou

濊貊

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Mandarin huì mò / hui4 mo4
Taiwan hui mo
Chinese Yemaek, ancient ethnic group of Manchuria and Korea, precursors of Korean Goguryeo kingdom

關東

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Mandarin guān dōng / guan1 dong1
Taiwan kuan tung
Chinese Northeast China; Manchuria; lit. east of Shanhai Pass 山海關|山海关[Shan1 hai3 guan1]; Kantō region of Japan

佟佳江

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Mandarin tóng jiā jiāng / tong2 jia1 jiang1
Taiwan t`ung chia chiang / tung chia chiang
Chinese Tongjia River in Manchuria, a tributary of the Yalu River 鴨綠江|鸭绿江[Ya1 lu4 Jiang1]

唐行き

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Japanese karayuki / からゆき Japanese (kana only) Japanese women who worked as prostitutes in China, Manchuria, etc. (Meiji to early Showa)

唐行様

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Japanese karayukisan / からゆきさん Japanese (kana only) Japanese women who worked as prostitutes in China, Manchuria, etc. (Meiji to early Showa)

張作霖


张作霖

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Mandarin zhāng zuò lín / zhang1 zuo4 lin2
Taiwan chang tso lin
Japanese chousakurin / chosakurin / ちょうさくりん
Chinese Zhang Zuolin (c. 1873-1928), warlord of Manchuria 1916-1928
Japanese (person) Chang Tso-lin (Zhang Zuolin) (1875-1928)

紅胡子

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Mandarin hóng hú zi / hong2 hu2 zi5
Taiwan hung hu tzu
Chinese band of mounted bandits in Manchuria (archaic)

勿忘國恥


勿忘国耻

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Mandarin wù wàng guó chǐ / wu4 wang4 guo2 chi3
Taiwan wu wang kuo ch`ih / wu wang kuo chih
Chinese Never forget national humiliation, refers to Mukden railway incident of 18th September 1931 九一八事變|九一八事变 and subsequent Japanese annexation of Manchuria

唐行き様

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Japanese karayukisan / からゆきさん Japanese (kana only) Japanese women who worked as prostitutes in China, Manchuria, etc. (Meiji to early Showa)

衛氏朝鮮

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Mandarin wèi shì cháo xiǎn / wei4 shi4 chao2 xian3
Taiwan wei shih ch`ao hsien / wei shih chao hsien
Chinese Wiman Korea (195-108 BC), historical kingdom in Manchuria, Liaoning and North Korea

衛滿朝鮮

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Mandarin wèi mǎn cháo xiǎn / wei4 man3 chao2 xian3
Taiwan wei man ch`ao hsien / wei man chao hsien
Chinese Wiman Korea (195-108 BC), historical kingdom in Manchuria, Liaoning and North Korea

九一八事變


九一八事变

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Mandarin jiǔ yī bā shì biàn / jiu3 yi1 ba1 shi4 bian4
Taiwan chiu i pa shih pien
Chinese the Mukden or Manchurian Railway Incident of 18th September 1931 used by the Japanese as a pretext to annex Manchuria; also known as Liutiaogou incident 柳條溝事變|柳条沟事变

唐行きさん

see styles
Japanese karayukisan / からゆきさん Japanese (kana only) Japanese women who worked as prostitutes in China, Manchuria, etc. (Meiji to early Showa)

柳條湖事件

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Mandarin liǔ tiáo hú shì jiàn / liu3 tiao2 hu2 shi4 jian4
Taiwan liu t`iao hu shih chien / liu tiao hu shih chien
Chinese the Mukden or Manchurian Railway Incident of 18th September 1931 used by the Japanese as a pretext to annex Manchuria; also known as 9-18 incident 九一八事變|九一八事变[Jiu3 Yi1 ba1 Shi4 bian4]

満州;満洲

see styles
Japanese manshuu / manshu / まんしゅう Japanese Manchuria

唐行きさん;唐行き様;唐行様

see styles
Japanese karayukisan / からゆきさん Japanese (kana only) (See 唐行き・からゆき) Japanese women who worked as prostitutes in China, Manchuria, etc. (Meiji to early Showa)

Search for Manchuria in my Japanese & Chinese Dictionary


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

Title CharactersVarious forms of Romanized Chinese
Manchuria滿洲
满洲
mǎn zhōu / man3 zhou1 / man zhou / manzhouman chou / manchou
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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A professional Chinese Calligrapher

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A high-ranked Chinese master calligrapher that I met in Zhongwei

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