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Rugby in Chinese / Japanese...

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Rugby

Japan ragubii / ragubi
Rugby

ラグビー is the Japanese Katakana word for Rugby.

ラグビー is usually the sport of Rugby but is sometimes used for the place name Rugby or Wragby Britain.


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

Rugby

China lā gé bǐ
Rugby

拉格比 is the Chinese word for Rugby.

This title usually refers to the game or sport of Rugby. But can also refer to the place name or school in England of the same name.

American Football

China měi shì gǎn lǎn qiú
American Football

美式橄欖球 is the Chinese title for "American football" (not to be confused with international football known as soccer in the USA).

If you are a player or fan of American football, this would make a great wall scroll for your home.

The first two characters mean "American style."
The last three characters mean football or rugby (a game involving an oblong or ovoid ball).
The "American" adjective is needed in this title to differentiate from Canadian football, Australian rules football, and rugby.


See Also:  Soccer

American Football

Japan ame futou
American Football

アメフト is a short word that means "American football" in Japanese.

It is supposed to sound like an abbreviated version, "ame futo" which sounds like "ah-may foot-oh" (American Football).

There's not a great standard way to say "football" in Japanese, as the sport is not popular in Japan. Other Japanese terms for football can be confused with soccer or rugby.


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


See Also:  Soccer


Not the results for rugby that you were looking for?

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

Characters

If shown, 2nd row is Simp. Chinese

Pronunciation
Romanization
Simple Dictionary Definition

蹴球

see styles
Japanese shuukyuu / shukyu / しゅうきゅう
American Football
Japanese football (incl. soccer, rugby, American football, etc.; esp. used for soccer)

拉格比

see styles
Mandarin lā gé bǐ / la1 ge2 bi3
Taiwan la ko pi
American Football
Chinese Rugby (game); Rugby school in England

ラグビー

see styles
Japanese ragubii / ragubi / ラグビー
American Football
Japanese rugby; (place-name) Rugby (Britain); Wragby (Britain)

フットボール

see styles
Japanese futtobooru / フットボール
American Football
Japanese (See サッカーボール) football (incl. soccer, rugby, American football, etc.; esp. used for soccer)

自陣

see styles
Japanese jijin / じじん Japanese one's own ground; one's own position; one's own area of the field (soccer, rugby, etc.)

パント

see styles
Japanese panto / パント Japanese (abbreviation) punt kick (rugby); (personal name) Pant

ピッチ

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Japanese picchi / ピッチ Japanese (1) pitch (i.e. pace, speed, angle, space, field, sound, etc.); (2) pitch (from distilling petroleum, tar, etc.); (3) pitch (football, rugby); playing field; (4) (colloquialism) (abbreviation) (See PHS) PHS portable phone; (personal name) Pic

モール

see styles
Japanese mooru / モール Japanese (1) mall; (2) maul (in rugby); (3) mole; (4) (See ムーア人) Moor (fre: maure); (5) (abbreviation) (colloquialism) (See モールディング) molding; (place-name) Maule (France); Mor (Hungary); Mohl; Moule

森喜朗

see styles
Mandarin sēn xǐ lǎng / sen1 xi3 lang3
Taiwan sen hsi lang
Japanese moriyoshirou / moriyoshiro / もりよしろう
Chinese MORI Yoshirō (1937-), Japanese rugby player and politician, prime minister 2000-2001, famous for numerous gaffes
Japanese (person) Mori Yoshirou (1937.7.14-)

橄欖球

see styles
Mandarin gǎn lǎn qiú / gan3 lan3 qiu2
Taiwan kan lan ch`iu / kan lan chiu
Chinese football played with oval-shaped ball (rugby, American football, Australian rules etc)

アメラグ

see styles
Japanese ameragu / アメラグ Japanese (abbreviation) American rugby

キッカー

see styles
Japanese kikkaa / kikka / キッカー Japanese kicker (soccer, football, rugby, etc.)

タックル

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Japanese takkuru / タックル Japanese (noun/participle) (1) tackle (e.g. rugby); (2) (See 釣り具) fishing tackle

インゴール

see styles
Japanese ingooru / インゴール Japanese in-goal area (rugby)

ノーサイド

see styles
Japanese noosaido / ノーサイド Japanese (sports) no side (rugby); end of game

フランカー

see styles
Japanese furankaa / furanka / フランカー Japanese flanker (in rugby); (personal name) Frumker

ラグビー部

see styles
Japanese ragubiibu / ragubibu / ラグビーぶ Japanese rugby club

英式橄欖球

see styles
Mandarin yīng shì gǎn lǎn qiú / ying1 shi4 gan3 lan3 qiu2
Taiwan ying shih kan lan ch`iu / ying shih kan lan chiu
Chinese rugby

イン・ゴール

see styles
Japanese in gooru / イン・ゴール Japanese in-goal area (rugby)

クロスキック

see styles
Japanese kurosukikku / クロスキック Japanese cross kick (rugby)

スクラメージ

see styles
Japanese sukurameeji / スクラメージ Japanese (See スクラム・1) scrummage (rugby); scrum

タッチダウン

see styles
Japanese tacchidaun / タッチダウン Japanese (noun/participle) touchdown (as in rugby, etc.)

ノー・サイド

see styles
Japanese noo saido / ノー・サイド Japanese (sports) no side (rugby); end of game

パントキック

see styles
Japanese pantokikku / パントキック Japanese punt kick (rugby)

リフティング

see styles
Japanese rifutingu / リフティング Japanese (1) football juggling (wasei: lifting); soccer ball juggling; keepie uppie; keepie-ups; kick-ups; (2) {sports} lifting (rugby)

オープンサイド

see styles
Japanese oopunsaido / オープンサイド Japanese open side (rugby)

キャリーバック

see styles
Japanese kyariibakku / kyaribakku / キャリーバック Japanese (1) {sports} carry-back; bringing the ball back to one's own position (in rugby); (2) {econ} carryback; carrying over a deduction or credit from a prior year to the current year (to reduce income tax)

クロス・キック

see styles
Japanese kurosu kikku / クロス・キック Japanese cross kick (rugby)

タッチラグビー

see styles
Japanese tacchiragubii / tacchiragubi / タッチラグビー Japanese touch rugby

オープン・サイド

see styles
Japanese oopun saido / オープン・サイド Japanese open side (rugby)

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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
Rugbyラグビーragubii / ragubi
ragubi / ragubi
ragubi/ragubi
Rugby拉格比lā gé bǐ
la1 ge2 bi3
la ge bi
lagebi
la ko pi
lakopi
American Football美式橄欖球
美式橄榄球
měi shì gǎn lǎn qiú
mei3 shi4 gan3 lan3 qiu2
mei shi gan lan qiu
meishiganlanqiu
mei shih kan lan ch`iu
meishihkanlanchiu
mei shih kan lan chiu
American Footballアメフトame futou / amefutou / ame futo / amefuto
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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