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Characters Pronunciation
Romanization
Simple Dictionary Definition

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gōng / gong1
kung
 kou / ko / こう
meritorious deed or service; achievement; result; service; accomplishment; work (physics)
(1) merit; success; meritorious deed; (2) achievement; accumulated experience; (male given name) Tsutomu
Merit, meritorious; achievement, hence 力 achieving strength, earnest effort after the good); efficacy

功令

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gōng lìng / gong1 ling4
kung ling
decree

功利

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gōng lì / gong1 li4
kung li
 kouri / kori / こうり
utility
utility

功力

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gōng lì / gong1 li4
kung li
 kouriki / koriki / こうりき
merit; efficacy; competence; skill; power
spiritual power resulting from Buddhist discipline; (surname) Kouriki
capability

功勛


功勋

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gōng xūn / gong1 xun1
kung hsün
achievement; meritorious deed; contributions (for the good of society)

功勞


功劳

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gōng láo / gong1 lao2
kung lao
 kurō
contribution; meritorious service; credit
mendicant

功名

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gōng míng / gong1 ming2
kung ming
 koumyou(p);koumei / komyo(p);kome / こうみょう(P);こうめい
scholarly honor (in imperial exams); rank; achievement; fame; glory
great achievement; glorious deed; (gaining) fame; (earning) distinction; (female given name) Isana

功夫

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gōng fu / gong1 fu5
kung fu
 kanfuu;kunfuu / kanfu;kunfu / カンフー;クンフー
 Vertical Wall Scroll
skill; art; kung fu; labor; effort
(kana only) {MA} kung fu (chi: gōngfu); (male given name) Norio
work

功底

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gōng dǐ / gong1 di3
kung ti
training in the basic skills; knowledge of the fundamentals

功德

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gōng dé / gong1 de2
kung te
 kudoku
achievements and virtue
Virtue achieved; achievement; power to do meritorious works; merit; meritorious virtue; the reward of virtue; a name for 弗若多羅 Puṇyatara, one of the twenty-four 天尊 deva aryas, worshipped in China; merit(s)

功效

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gōng xiào / gong1 xiao4
kung hsiao
efficacy

功業


功业

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gōng yè / gong1 ye4
kung yeh
 kougyou / kogyo / こうぎょう
achievement; outstanding work; glorious deed
exploit; achievement

功烈

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gōng liè / gong1 lie4
kung lieh
achievement

功率

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gōng lǜ / gong1 lu:4
kung lü
rate of work; power (output)

功用

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gōng yòng / gong1 yong4
kung yung
 kuyō
function
Action, functioning, in practice and achievement.

功績


功绩

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gōng jì / gong1 ji4
kung chi
 kouseki / koseki / こうせき
feat; contribution; merits and achievements
achievements; merit; meritorious service; meritorious deed

功罪

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gōng zuì / gong1 zui4
kung tsui
 kouzai / kozai / こうざい
achievements and crimes
merits and demerits; good points and bad points; strengths and weaknesses

功耗

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gōng hào / gong1 hao4
kung hao
electric consumption; power wastage

功能

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gōng néng / gong1 neng2
kung neng
 kunō / こうの
function; capability
(out-dated or obsolete kana usage) effect; efficacy; virtue; benefit; (surname) Kouno
Achieving power; ability, power; function

功臣

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gōng chén / gong1 chen2
kung ch`en / kung chen
 koushin / koshin / こうしん
minister who has given outstanding service
meritorious retainer; (personal name) Koujin

功課


功课

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gōng kè / gong1 ke4
kung k`o / kung ko
homework; assignment; task; classwork; lesson; study; CL:門|门[men2]

功過


功过

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gōng guò / gong1 guo4
kung kuo
 kouka / koka / こうか
merits and demerits; contributions and errors
merits and demerits

功り

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 itawari / いたわり (archaism) service; labor; labour; trouble; meritorious deed

功者

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 kousha / kosha / こうしゃ (noun or adjectival noun) (1) cleverness; skill; tact; (2) clever person (in a particular field); skillful person (skilful)

功程

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 koutei / kote / こうてい amount of work; extent of labor (involved in ..., accomplished, etc.)

功田

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 kouden;kuden / koden;kuden / こうでん;くでん land given to someone who has rendered a distinguished service (ritsuryo system); (place-name) Kouden

功徳

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 kudoku / くどく (1) {Buddh} merit; virtuous deed; act of merit; act of charity; (2) {Buddh} divine reward (for virtuous deeds); grace (of the buddhas and gods); blessing; (3) merit (in Christian theology); meritum; (personal name) Koutoku

功労

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 kourou / koro / こうろう meritorious deed; services

功功

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gōng gōng / gong1 gong1
kung kung
 kōkō
perfectly effective

功勳

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gōng xūn / gong1 xun1
kung hsün
 kōkun
merits of effort

功報


功报

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gōng bào / gong1 bao4
kung pao
 kuhō
merit

功強


功强

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gōng qiáng / gong1 qiang2
kung ch`iang / kung chiang
 kugō
effectiveness

功祚

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gōng zuò / gong1 zuo4
kung tso
 kōso
merit

功翔

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 koushou / kosho / こうしょう (personal name) Koushou

功滉

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 isahiro / いさひろ (personal name) Isahiro

功凖

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 koujun / kojun / こうじゅん (personal name) Koujun

功凛

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 korin / こりん (female given name) Korin

功郎

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 kourou / koro / こうろう (personal name) Kourou

功和

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 yoshikazu / よしかず (personal name) Yoshikazu

功朗

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 noriaki / のりあき (personal name) Noriaki

功良

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 koura / kora / こうら (surname) Koura

功亮

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 kousuke / kosuke / こうすけ (personal name) Kousuke

功龍

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 kouryuu / koryu / こうりゅう (given name) Kouryuu

功陽

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 kouyou / koyo / こうよう (personal name) Kouyou

功葉

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 kouyou / koyo / こうよう (personal name) Kouyou

功洋

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 kouyou / koyo / こうよう (personal name) Kouyou

功雄

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 norio / のりお (personal name) Norio

功裕

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 kouyuu / koyu / こうゆう (personal name) Kouyuu

功祐

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 kouyuu / koyu / こうゆう (personal name) Kouyuu

功友

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 kouyuu / koyu / こうゆう (personal name) Kouyuu

功勇

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 kouyuu / koyu / こうゆう (personal name) Kouyuu

功佑

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 kouyuu / koyu / こうゆう (personal name) Kouyuu

功靖

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 kousei / kose / こうせい (personal name) Kousei

功弥

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 kouya / koya / こうや (personal name) Kouya

功野

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 kouno / kono / こうの (surname) Kouno

功耶

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 kouya / koya / こうや (personal name) Kouya

功冶

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 kouya / koya / こうや (personal name) Kouya

功也

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 yoshiya / よしや (personal name) Yoshiya

功木

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 kouju / koju / こうじゅ (personal name) Kouju

功茂

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 kotoshige / ことしげ (given name) Kotoshige

功明

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 yoshiaki / よしあき (personal name) Yoshiaki

功巳

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 isami / いさみ (personal name) Isami

功未

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 isami / いさみ (personal name) Isami

功豊

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 noritoshi / のりとし (personal name) Noritoshi

功芳

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 noriyoshi / のりよし (male given name) Noriyoshi

功峰

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 kouhou / koho / こうほう (given name) Kouhou

功穂

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 isaho / いさほ (personal name) Isaho

功輔

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 kousuke / kosuke / こうすけ (personal name) Kousuke

功補

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 kousuke / kosuke / こうすけ (personal name) Kousuke

功甫

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 kousuke / kosuke / こうすけ (personal name) Kousuke

功陛

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 kouhei / kohe / こうへい (personal name) Kouhei

功平

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 kouhei / kohe / こうへい (given name) Kouhei

功兵

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 kouhei / kohe / こうへい (personal name) Kouhei

功文

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 koubun / kobun / こうぶん (personal name) Koubun

功武

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 isamu / いさむ (given name) Isamu

功彦

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 katsuhiko / かつひこ (male given name) Katsuhiko

功美

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 narumi / なるみ (female given name) Narumi

功範

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 kouhan / kohan / こうはん (given name) Kouhan

功汎

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 katsuhiro / かつひろ (given name) Katsuhiro

功隼

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 koujun / kojun / こうじゅん (personal name) Koujun

功八

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 kouhachi / kohachi / こうはち (personal name) Kouhachi

功博

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 yoshihiro / よしひろ (given name) Yoshihiro

功馬

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 kouma / koma / こうま (personal name) Kouma

功之

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 koushi / koshi / こうし (personal name) Koushi

功禰

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 takaya / たかや (given name) Takaya

功二

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 kouji / koji / こうじ (male given name) Kouji

功南

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 konan / こなん (female given name) Konan

功那

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 isana / いさな (female given name) Isana

功奈

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 isana / いさな (female given name) Isana

功惇

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 koujun / kojun / こうじゅん (personal name) Koujun

功篤

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 koutoku / kotoku / こうとく (personal name) Koutoku

功督

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 koutoku / kotoku / こうとく (personal name) Koutoku

功得

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 koutoku / kotoku / こうとく (personal name) Koutoku

功洞

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 koudou / kodo / こうどう (given name) Koudou

功統

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 yoshinori / よしのり (given name) Yoshinori

功刀

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 kunugi / くぬぎ (surname) Kunugi

功都

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 kutsu / くつ (personal name) Kutsu

功典

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 yoshinori / よしのり (given name) Yoshinori

功通

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 kutsu / くつ (personal name) Kutsu

功津

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 kutsu / くつ (personal name) Kutsu

Entries with 2nd row of characters: The 2nd row is Simplified Chinese.

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A lot of westerners can't tell the difference between Chinese and Japanese - and there is a reason for that. Chinese characters and even whole words were borrowed by Japan from the Chinese language in the 5th century. Much of the time, if a word or character is used in both languages, it will have the same or a similar meaning. However, this is not always true. Language evolves, and meanings independently change in each language.

Example: The Chinese character 湯 for soup (hot water) has come to mean bath (hot water) in Japanese. They have the same root meaning of "hot water", but a 湯屋 sign on a bathhouse in Japan would lead a Chinese person to think it was a "soup house" or a place to get a bowl of soup. See this: Japanese Bath House

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