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New Life

Japan shin sei katsu
New Life

This literally means "new life" or "new livelihood" in Japanese Kanji.

新生活 is most appropriate if you are starting a new career, or otherwise are starting a new chapter in your life or a new beginning.


Note: This is not the most common word selection for a calligraphy wall scroll. But if you're a westerner, you can bend the rules a bit.

New Life

China xīn shēng
Japan waka ki
New Life

This literally means "new life" or "new birth" in Chinese, Japanese Kanji, and old Korean Hanja.

Depending on context, this word can also mean newborn, new student, rebirth, new birth, nascent.
In Japanese, this can be the given name Wakaki.


Note: This is not the most common word selection for a calligraphy wall scroll. But if you're a westerner, you can bend the rules a bit.

New Beginning

China yī shǐ
New Beginning

伊始 is a short version of "new beginning" or simply "beginning" in Chinese characters.

You can also translated this as "from this moment on," "starting now" or "henceforth."

In day-to-day speech, this word can apply to starting new job, beginning a new career, entering a new chapter of your life, or taking a new position (in politics, scholarship, etc).

New Beginning

Japan arata na hajimari
New Beginning

This is a Japanese word that means "new beginning" or "new start."

Here's the character breakdown:
新た (arata) = new; fresh; novel; newly; freshly; or this can be like the prefix "re-" like "re-start" or "reset."
な (na) is kind of a connecting article. This glues "new" to "beginning."
始まり (hajimari) = origin; beginning.


Note: Because this selection contains some special Japanese Hiragana characters, it should be written by a Japanese calligrapher.

New Beginning

China xīn de kāi shǐ
New Beginning

This literally means "new beginning" in Chinese characters.

The character means "new."

The second is a possessive article connecting the ideas of new & beginning.

The last two characters can mean "to begin," "beginning," "to start," "initial," "commencement," or "initiation."


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Below are some entries from our dictionary that may match your new life search...

Characters

If shown, 2nd row is Simp. Chinese

Pronunciation
Romanization
Simple Dictionary Definition

see styles
Mandarin chūn / chun1
Taiwan ch`un / chun
Japanese haru / はる
New Beginning
Chinese spring (time); gay; joyful; youthful; love; lust; life; surname Chun
Japanese (n-adv,n-t) (1) spring; springtime; (2) New Year; (3) prime (of one's life, etc.); (4) adolescence; puberty; (5) sexuality; (personal name) Haruji; (surname) Harusaki; (female given name) Haru; (female given name) Hajime; (given name) Nagoshi; (female given name) Toki; (personal name) Chiyun; (given name) Shunmin; (female given name) Shun; (female given name) Kazu; (female given name) Azuma

新生

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Mandarin xīn shēng / xin1 sheng1
Taiwan hsin sheng
Japanese shinsei / shinse / しんせい
New Beginning
Chinese new; newborn; emerging; nascent; rebirth; regeneration; new life; new student
Japanese (n,vs,adj-no) rebirth; new birth; nascent; (given name) Wakaki; (male given name) Yoshio; (surname) Niibu; (personal name) Niio; (place-name, surname) Shinsei; (place-name) Shinjou; (personal name) Shisosei; (place-name, surname) Araoi; (surname) Arao
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

新生活

see styles
Japanese shinseikatsu / shinsekatsu / しんせいかつ
New Beginning
Japanese new life

再造

see styles
Mandarin zài zào / zai4 zao4
Taiwan tsai tsao
Japanese saizou / saizo / さいぞう
Chinese to give a new lease of life; to reconstruct; to reform; to rework; to recycle; to reproduce (copies, or offspring); restoration; restructuring
Japanese (given name) Saizou

初め

see styles
Japanese hajime / はじめ    zome / ぞめ Japanese (n-t,n-adv) (1) beginning; start; outset; opening; (2) first (in line, etc.); (3) origin; (4) (kana only) such as ...; not to mention ...; (suffix) first doing of ... (ever, in one's life, in the new year, etc.)

十戒

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Mandarin shí jiè / shi2 jie4
Taiwan shih chieh
Japanese jukkai / じゅっかい
Chinese the ten commandments (religion)
Japanese (1) (Buddhist term) the 10 precepts; (2) Ten Commandments; Decalogue; Decalog; (surname) Jukkai
Śikṣāpada. The ten prohibitions (in Pāli form) consist of five commandments for the layman: (1) not to destroy life 不殺生 pāṇātipātāveramaṇi; (2) not to steal 不倫盜 adinnādānāver; (3) not to commit adultery 不婬慾 abrahmacaryaver.; (4) not to lie 不妄語musāvādāver.; (5) not to take intoxicating liquor 不飮酒 suramereyya-majjapamādaṭṭhānāver. Eight special commandments for laymen consist of the preceding five plus: (6) not to eat food out of regulated hours 不非時食 vikāla-bhojanāver.; (7) not to use garlands or perfumes 不著華鬘好香塗身 mālā- gandha-vilepana-dhāraṇa-maṇḍana-vibhūṣanaṭṭhānā; (8) not to sleep on high or broad beds (chastity) 不坐高廣大牀 uccāsayanā-mahāsayanā. The ten commandments for the monk are the preceding eight plus: (9) not to take part in singing, dancing, musical or theatrical performances, not to see or listen to such 不歌舞倡伎不往觀聽 nacca-gīta-vādita-visūkadassanāver.; (10) to refrain from acquiring uncoined or coined gold, or silver, or jewels 不得捉錢金銀寶物 jātarūpa-rajata-paṭīggahaṇāver. Under the Māhayāna these ten commands for the monk were changed, to accord with the new environment of the monk, to the following: not to kill, not to steal, to avoid all unchastity, not to lie, not to slander, not to insult, not to chatter, not to covet, not to give way to anger, to harbour no scepticism; ten precepts

學名


学名

see styles
Mandarin xué míng / xue2 ming2
Taiwan hsüeh ming
Chinese scientific name; Latin name (of plant or animal); (according to an old system of nomenclature) on entering school life, a formal personal name given to new students
Japanese See: 学名

投生

see styles
Mandarin tóu shēng / tou2 sheng1
Taiwan t`ou sheng / tou sheng
Chinese reborn (of departed spirit); to be reincarnated; to leave home for a new life

更生

see styles
Mandarin gēng shēng / geng1 sheng1
Taiwan keng sheng
Japanese kousei / kose / こうせい
Chinese resurrection; rebirth; reinvigorated; rejuvenated; a new lease of life
Japanese (noun/participle) (1) rehabilitation; (2) rebirth; resuscitation; (3) reorganization; reorganisation; recycle; reuse; (given name) Tsugio; (surname, given name) Sarao; (g,p) Kousei
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

退居

see styles
Japanese taikyo / たいきょ Japanese (noun/participle) (1) retirement from active life; (2) (recent meaning) moving out of accommodation; finding a new residence

門出

see styles
Japanese monde / もんで    kadode / かどで    kadoide / かどいで Japanese (noun/participle) (1) leaving one's own house (e.g. when going to war); departure; setting out; (2) starting a new life; starting life anew; (surname) Monde; (place-name, surname) Kadode; (place-name) Kadoide

首途

see styles
Japanese shuto / しゅと    kadode / かどで Japanese (noun/participle) (1) leaving one's own house (e.g. when going to war); departure; setting out; (2) starting a new life; starting life anew

第二春

see styles
Mandarin dì èr chūn / di4 er4 chun1
Taiwan ti erh ch`un / ti erh chun
Chinese (lit.) second spring; (fig.) falling in love for the second time; a new lease of life; rebirth

九死一生

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Mandarin jiǔ sǐ yī shēng / jiu3 si3 yi1 sheng1
Taiwan chiu ssu i sheng
Japanese kyuushiisshou / kyushissho / きゅうしいっしょう
Chinese nine deaths and still alive (idiom); a narrow escape; new lease of life
Japanese (yoji) narrow escape from the jaw of death

初め;初

see styles
Japanese zome / ぞめ Japanese (suffix) (after the -masu stem of a verb) first doing of ... (ever, in one's life, in the new year, etc.)

劫後餘生


劫后余生

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Mandarin jié hòu yú shēng / jie2 hou4 yu2 sheng1
Taiwan chieh hou yü sheng
Chinese after the calamity, renewed life (idiom); new lease of life

恩同再造

see styles
Mandarin ēn tóng zài zào / en1 tong2 zai4 zao4
Taiwan en t`ung tsai tsao / en tung tsai tsao
Chinese your favor amounts to being given a new lease on life (idiom)

搖身一變


摇身一变

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Mandarin yáo shēn yī biàn / yao2 shen1 yi1 bian4
Taiwan yao shen i pien
Chinese to change shape in a single shake; fig. to take on a new lease of life

枯木逢春

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Mandarin kū mù féng chūn / ku1 mu4 feng2 chun1
Taiwan k`u mu feng ch`un / ku mu feng chun
Chinese lit. the spring comes upon a withered tree (idiom); fig. to get a new lease on life; to be revived; (of a difficult situation) to suddenly improve

重新做人

see styles
Mandarin chóng xīn zuò rén / chong2 xin1 zuo4 ren2
Taiwan ch`ung hsin tso jen / chung hsin tso jen
Chinese to start a new life; to make a fresh start

門出;首途

see styles
Japanese kadode;shuto(首途) / かどで;しゅと(首途) Japanese (noun/participle) (1) (also has an archaic reading of かどいで) leaving one's own house (e.g. when going to war); departure; setting out; (2) starting a new life; starting life anew

風穴をあける

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Japanese kazaanaoakeru / kazanaoakeru / かざあなをあける Japanese (exp,v1) (1) to penetrate a body (e.g. with a spear or bullet); (2) to breathe new life into

風穴を開ける

see styles
Japanese kazaanaoakeru / kazanaoakeru / かざあなをあける Japanese (exp,v1) (1) to penetrate a body (e.g. with a spear or bullet); (2) to breathe new life into

新風を吹き込む

see styles
Japanese shinpuuofukikomu / shinpuofukikomu / しんぷうをふきこむ Japanese (exp,v5m) to breathe new life into; to usher in a new phase; to break the mold

風穴を開ける;風穴をあける

see styles
Japanese kazaanaoakeru / kazanaoakeru / かざあなをあける Japanese (exp,v1) (1) to penetrate a body (e.g. with a spear or bullet); (2) to breathe new life into

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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
New Life新生活shin sei katsu
shinseikatsu
New Life新生waka ki / wakakixīn shēng
xin1 sheng1
xin sheng
xinsheng
hsin sheng
hsinsheng
New Beginning伊始yī shǐ / yi1 shi3 / yi shi / yishii shih / ishih
New Beginning新たな始まりarata na hajimari
aratanahajimari
New Beginning新的開始
新的开始
xīn de kāi shǐ
xin1 de kai1 shi3
xin de kai shi
xindekaishi
hsin te k`ai shih
hsintekaishih
hsin te kai shih
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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