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Sparks

supaakusu
Sparks Scroll

スパークス is the name Sparks in Japanese.


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

Sparks

sī pà kè sī
Sparks Scroll

斯帕克斯 is the name Sparks in Chinese (Mandarin).

Sparks / Sparkle

huǒ huā
hibana
Sparks / Sparkle Scroll

火花 is a Chinese and Japanese word that means spark or sparkle.

Literally, these characters mean "fire flower".

This can also be the Japanese female given name Hibana.

The Planet Mars

huǒ xīng
kasei / kase
The Planet Mars Scroll

火星 is the Japanese Kanji, old Korean Hanja and Chinese title for the planet Mars.

The characters literally mean, "fire star" or "spark".


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

Title CharactersRomaji (Romanized Japanese)Various forms of Romanized Chinese
Sparksスパークスsupaakusu / supakusu
Sparks斯帕克斯sī pà kè sī
si1 pa4 ke4 si1
si pa ke si
sipakesi
ssu p`a k`o ssu
ssupakossu
ssu pa ko ssu
Sparks
Sparkle
火花hibanahuǒ huā / huo3 hua1 / huo hua / huohua
The Planet Mars火星kasei / kasehuǒ xīng / huo3 xing1 / huo xing / huoxinghuo hsing / huohsing
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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Characters

If shown, 2nd row is Simp. Chinese

Pronunciation
Romanization
Simple Dictionary Definition

スパークス

see styles
 supaakusu / supakusu
    スパークス
The Planet Mars Scroll
(place-name) Sparks

切火

see styles
 kiribi
    きりび
(1) striking sparks with flint and steel or by rubbing sticks together (usu. to start a fire); fire lit by sparks from flint and steel, etc.; (2) (Shinto) Shinto fire-purification ceremony

四濺


四溅

see styles
sì jiàn
    si4 jian4
ssu chien
(of droplets, sparks etc) to fly about in all directions; to splatter everywhere

燧鉄

see styles
 hiuchigane
    ひうちがね
striker (triangular piece of steel used with flint to create sparks)

鑚火

see styles
 kiribi
    きりび
(1) striking sparks with flint and steel or by rubbing sticks together (usu. to start a fire); fire lit by sparks from flint and steel, etc.; (2) (Shinto) Shinto fire-purification ceremony

鑽火


钻火

see styles
zuàn huǒ
    zuan4 huo3
tsuan huo
 sanka
    きりび
(1) striking sparks with flint and steel or by rubbing sticks together (usu. to start a fire); fire lit by sparks from flint and steel, etc.; (2) (Shinto) Shinto fire-purification ceremony
to make a fire by rubbing two sticks together

飛火

see styles
 tobihi
    とびひ
(1) leaping flames; shower of flying sparks; (2) spreading fire; (3) repercussions in unanticipated areas; spilling over; effects of an incident spreading to those seemingly uninvolved; (4) (med) impetigo contagiosa

切り火

see styles
 kiribi
    きりび
(1) striking sparks with flint and steel or by rubbing sticks together (usu. to start a fire); fire lit by sparks from flint and steel, etc.; (2) (Shinto) Shinto fire-purification ceremony

火の粉

see styles
 hinoko; honoko(ok)
    ひのこ; ほのこ(ok)
sparks

火打金

see styles
 hiuchigane
    ひうちがね
striker (triangular piece of steel used with flint to create sparks)

鑚り火

see styles
 kiribi
    きりび
(1) striking sparks with flint and steel or by rubbing sticks together (usu. to start a fire); fire lit by sparks from flint and steel, etc.; (2) (Shinto) Shinto fire-purification ceremony

鑽り火

see styles
 kiribi
    きりび
(1) striking sparks with flint and steel or by rubbing sticks together (usu. to start a fire); fire lit by sparks from flint and steel, etc.; (2) (Shinto) Shinto fire-purification ceremony

飛び火

see styles
 tobihi
    とびひ
(1) leaping flames; shower of flying sparks; (2) spreading fire; (3) repercussions in unanticipated areas; spilling over; effects of an incident spreading to those seemingly uninvolved; (4) (med) impetigo contagiosa

擦槍走火


擦枪走火

see styles
cā qiāng zǒu huǒ
    ca1 qiang1 zou3 huo3
ts`a ch`iang tsou huo
    tsa chiang tsou huo
to shoot accidentally while polishing a gun; (fig.) a minor incident that sparks a war

火打ち金

see styles
 hiuchigane
    ひうちがね
striker (triangular piece of steel used with flint to create sparks)

電光石火


电光石火

see styles
diàn guāng shí huǒ
    dian4 guang1 shi2 huo3
tien kuang shih huo
 denkousekka / denkosekka
    でんこうせっか
(noun - becomes adjective with の) (yoji) flash; instant; lightning (speed)
Lightning and flint-fire, transient; lightning and flint sparks

火花を散らす

see styles
 hibanaochirasu
    ひばなをちらす
(exp,v5s) (1) to give off sparks; to spark; to scintillate; (exp,v5s) (2) to have a heated argument; to combat; to do something fiercely

Variations:
飛び火(P)
飛火

see styles
 tobihi
    とびひ
(1) leaping flames; flying sparks; (noun/participle) (2) spread of fire (due to leaping flames); (noun/participle) (3) repercussions in unanticipated areas; spilling over; effects of an incident spreading to those seemingly uninvolved; (4) (colloquialism) (kana only) (See 膿痂疹,膿疱疹) impetigo contagiosa

Variations:
火打ち金
火打金
燧鉄

see styles
 hiuchigane
    ひうちがね
striker (triangular piece of steel used with flint to create sparks)

Variations:
飛ぶ(P)
跳ぶ(P)
翔ぶ(oK)

see styles
 tobu
    とぶ
(v5b,vi) (1) (esp. 飛ぶ) to fly; to soar; (v5b,vi) (2) (esp. 跳ぶ) to jump; to leap; to spring; to bound; to hop; (v5b,vi) (3) to spatter; to scatter; to splash; to fly (e.g. of sparks); (v5b,vi) (4) to hurry; to rush; (v5b,vi) (5) to flee; to run off; to escape; (v5b,vi) (6) to disappear; to vanish; to fade; to thin out; (v5b,vi) (7) to break off; to come off; to fall off; to blow (of a fuse); (v5b,vi) (8) to be sent out (of an order); to fly (of false rumours, catcalls, etc.); (v5b,vi) (9) to come flying (of a punch, kick, etc.); (v5b,vi) (10) to be missing (of a page, stitch, etc.); to skip; to jump (e.g. of a conversation)

Variations:
切火
鑽火
切り火
鑽り火
鑚火
鑚り火

see styles
 kiribi
    きりび
(1) (See 鑽る) striking sparks with flint and steel or by rubbing sticks together (usu. to start a fire); fire lit by sparks from flint and steel, etc.; (2) purification ceremony in which sparks are struck in the direction of someone (oft. for good luck)

Variations:
降りかかる火の粉は払わねばならぬ
降り懸かる火の粉は払わねばならぬ

see styles
 furikakaruhinokohaharawanebanaranu
    ふりかかるひのこははらわねばならぬ
(expression) (proverb) you must protect yourself against any possible dangers; you have to brush off sparks that fall onto you

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The Planet Mars Scroll
The Planet Mars Scroll
The Planet Mars Scroll
The Planet Mars Scroll


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