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Princess in Chinese / Japanese...

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Princess

Japan oujo
Princess Vertical Wall Scroll

王女 is a Japanese title that means princess.

Beautiful Princess

China měi lì de gōng zhǔ
Beautiful Princess Vertical Wall Scroll

美麗的公主 is how to write beautiful princess in Chinese. The first two characters mean feminine beauty, or rather a way to say beautiful that only applies to women. The middle character is just a connecting character. The last two characters mean princess.


See Also:  Queen

Beauty / Beautiful Princess

China yuàn
Japan hime / haru
Beauty / Beautiful Princess Vertical Wall Scroll

媛 means, a beauty; beautiful (woman); princess; young lady of noble birth; girl; small & lovely.

媛 is used a bit more commonly in Chinese than Japanese.


Note: This can be the female given name "Hime" in Japanese.

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Characters

If shown, 2nd row is Simp. Chinese

Pronunciation
Romanization
Simple Dictionary Definition

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Mandarin yuàn // yuán / yuan4 // yuan2
Taiwan yüan
Japanese hime / ひめ
Beauty / Beautiful Princess Vertical Wall Scroll
Chinese a beauty; beautiful (woman)
Japanese (out-dated kanji) (1) princess; young lady of noble birth; (n-suf,n) (2) girl; (prefix) (3) small; cute; lesser (in names of species); (4) (archaism) (kyb:) prostitute; (female given name) Hime; (female given name) Haru; (personal name) Hanaoka; (female given name) En

王女

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Mandarin wáng nǚ / wang2 nv3
Taiwan wang nü
Japanese oujo(p);ounyo(ok) / ojo(p);onyo(ok) / おうじょ(P);おうにょ(ok)
Beauty / Beautiful Princess Vertical Wall Scroll
Japanese princess
princess

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Mandarin fēi / fei1
Taiwan fei
Japanese hi / ひ
Chinese imperial concubine
Japanese princess; consort; (female given name) Hime; (given name) Hi; (surname, female given name) Kisaki; (female given name) Kikasa
An imperial concubine; as implying production, or giving birth, it is used by the esoteric cult for samaya and dhāraṇī; Queen or princess (Skt. rājñī)

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Mandarin/ ji1
Taiwan chi
Japanese hime / ひめ
Chinese Japanese variant of 姬; princess; imperial concubine
Japanese (1) princess; young lady of noble birth; (n-suf,n) (2) girl; (prefix) (3) small; cute; lesser (in names of species); (4) (archaism) (kyb:) prostitute; (female given name) Remon; (female given name) Purinsesu; (surname) Himesaki; (p,s,f) Hime; (female given name) Kohime

乙姫

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Japanese otohime / おとひめ Japanese (1) younger princess; (2) Princess of the Dragon Palace (from the story of Urashima Taro); Oto-Hime; (female given name) Tsubaki; (female given name) Otome; (f,p) Otohime; (female given name) Otoki; (female given name) Itsuki

兄姫

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Japanese ehime / えひめ Japanese (archaism) elder princess; older princess

公主

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Mandarin gōng zhǔ / gong1 zhu3
Taiwan kung chu
Japanese koushu / koshu / こうしゅ
Chinese princess
Japanese (See 皇女・こうじょ) princess

公女

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Japanese koujo / kojo / こうじょ Japanese (See 公子・こうし) young noblewoman; princess

公妃

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Japanese kouhi / kohi / こうひ Japanese noble's consort; consort of a prince; consort of a duke; duchess; princess; (female given name) Kimihi

囉逝


啰逝

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Mandarin luō shì / luo1 shi4
Taiwan lo shih
Japanese rajasu
rājñī, a queen, a princess; (Skt. rājñī)

大召

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Mandarin dà zhào / da4 zhao4
Taiwan ta chao
Japanese daijō
A temple and its great bell in Lhasa Tibet, styled 老木郞, built when the T'ang princess became the wife of the Tibetan king Ts'ah-po and converted Tibet to Buddhism; great inviter

姫宮

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Japanese himemiya / ひめみや Japanese princess; (place-name, surname) Himemiya

姫様

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Japanese himesama / ひめさま Japanese princess; daughter of a nobleman

宮様

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Japanese miyasama / みやさま Japanese prince; princess

弟姫

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Japanese otohime / おとひめ Japanese (1) younger princess; (2) Princess of the Dragon Palace (from the story of Urashima Taro); Oto-Hime

格格

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Mandarin gé ge / ge2 ge5
Taiwan ko ko
Chinese princess (loanword from Manchu, used in the Qing Dynasty)

王妃

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Mandarin wáng fēi / wang2 fei1
Taiwan wang fei
Japanese ouhi / ohi / おうひ
Chinese princess (in Europe)
Japanese queen; (female given name) Waki
(Skt. rājñī)

皇女

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Japanese koujo(p);oujo / kojo(p);ojo / こうじょ(P);おうじょ Japanese imperial princess

茨姫

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Japanese ibarahime / いばらひめ Japanese Sleeping Beauty; Thorn Princess; Briar Rose

薨御

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Japanese kougyo / kogyo / こうぎょ Japanese (honorific or respectful language) death of important person (e.g. prince, princess, cabinet minister)

長樂


长乐

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Mandarin cháng lè / chang2 le4
Taiwan ch`ang le / chang le
Japanese nagara / ながら    chouraku / choraku / ちょうらく
Chinese Changle county level city in Fuzhou 福州[Fu2 zhou1], Fujian; Princess Changle of Western Wei of the Northern dynasties 西魏[Xi1 Wei4], given in marriage c. 545 to Bumin Khan 土門|土门[Tu3 men2]
Japanese (surname) Nagara; (surname) Chouraku

降嫁

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Japanese kouka / koka / こうか Japanese (noun/participle) marriage of an Imperial princess to a subject

お姫様

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Japanese ohimesama / おひめさま    ohiisama / ohisama / おひいさま Japanese (out-dated or obsolete kana usage) (1) (honorific or respectful language) princess; (2) spoiled girl; hothouse flower; (3) glue

内親王

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Japanese naishinnou / naishinno / ないしんのう Japanese imperial princess; royal princess; (personal name) Naishinnou

可賀敦


可贺敦

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Mandarin kě hè dūn / ke3 he4 dun1
Taiwan k`o ho tun / ko ho tun
Japanese kagaton
khatun. A Turkish term for 'queen' or 'princess'.

女御子

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Japanese onnamiko / おんなみこ Japanese (archaism) (See 皇女・こうじょ,男御子) imperial princess; royal princess

妃殿下

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Japanese hidenka / ひでんか Japanese (honorific or respectful language) princess; Her Royal Highness

姫さま

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Japanese himesama / ひめさま Japanese princess; daughter of a nobleman

姫御子

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Japanese himemiko / ひめみこ Japanese imperial princess

小公主

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Mandarin xiǎo gōng zhǔ / xiao3 gong1 zhu3
Taiwan hsiao kung chu
Chinese lit. little princess; fig. spoiled girl; female version of 小皇帝[xiao3 huang2 di4]

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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
Princess王女oujo / ojo
Beautiful Princess美麗的公主
美丽的公主
měi lì de gōng zhǔ
mei3 li4 de gong1 zhu3
mei li de gong zhu
meilidegongzhu
mei li te kung chu
meilitekungchu
Beauty
Beautiful Princess
hime / haruyuàn / yuan4 / yuanyüan
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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