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相互尊重 means mutual respect in Chinese, Japanese Kanji, and old Korean Hanja.
The first two characters are a word that means each other, mutual or reciprocal.
The last two characters are a word that means to respect, honor, value, eminent, or hold in high esteem.
相敬相愛 is an old Chinese proverb that suggests love and respect go together and are to be exchanged between people (especially couples).
The first two characters mean, "exchanging respect" or "mutual respect".
The last two characters create a word that means, "to love each other" or "mutual love".
You'll notice that the first and third characters are the same. So you can read this literally as something like "Exchange respect, exchange love" or "Mutual respect, mutual love". In English, we'd probably just say, "Mutual love and respect". Grammar differs in every language - So while the literal translation might sound a bit awkward in English, this phrase is very natural in Chinese.
相愛互敬 is a nice way to say "Love and Respect" in Chinese.
This proverb is about the mutual exchange of love and respect within a good relationship.
The first two characters create a word that means, "to love each other" or "mutual love".
The third character means mutual, interlocking, or in some contexts "to dovetail" (as in the way joints are made in fine furniture).
The last character means, "to respect", "to venerate", "to salute", "reverence", or simply "respect".
The following table may be helpful for those studying Chinese or Japanese...
|Title||Characters||Romaji (Romanized Japanese)||Various forms of Romanized Chinese|
|Mutual Respect||相互尊重||sougo sonchou|
|xiāng hù zūn zhòng|
xiang1 hu4 zun1 zhong4
xiang hu zun zhong
|hsiang hu tsun chung
|Love and Respect||相敬相愛|
|xiāng jìng xiāng ài|
xiang1 jing4 xiang1 ai4
xiang jing xiang ai
|hsiang ching hsiang ai
|Love and Respect||相愛互敬|
|xiāng ài hù jìng|
xiang1 ai4 hu4 jing4
xiang ai hu jing
|hsiang ai hu ching
|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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If shown, 2nd row is Simp. Chinese
|Simple Dictionary Definition|
| qí méi / qi2 mei2
ch`i mei / chi mei
mutual respect in marriage; abbr. of idiom 舉案齊眉|举案齐眉[ju3 an4 qi2 mei2]
| bái shǒu qí méi / bai2 shou3 qi2 mei2
pai shou ch`i mei / pai shou chi mei
(of a couple) to grow old together in mutual respect (idiom)
| xiāng jìng rú bīn / xiang1 jing4 ru2 bin1
hsiang ching ju pin
to treat each other as an honored guest (idiom); mutual respect between husband and wife
| jǔ àn qí méi / ju3 an4 qi2 mei2
chü an ch`i mei / chü an chi mei
lit. to lift the tray to eyebrow level (idiom); mutual respect in a marriage
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