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There are 43 total results for your 無邊 search.

Characters Pronunciation
Simple Dictionary Definition



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wú biān / wu2 bian1
wu pien
without boundary; not bordered
ananta; endless, boundless, limitless, infinite, e.g. like space.



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wú biān gù / wu2 bian1 gu4
wu pien ku
 muhen ko
because [it] is limitless



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wú biān jìn / wu2 bian1 jin4
wu pien chin
 mu henjin
endless and inexhaustible



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wú biān xíng / wu2 bian1 xing2
wu pien hsing
 muhen gyō
Unlimited Practice



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wú biān shēn / wu2 bian1 shen1
wu pien shen
 muhen shin
The immeasurable body of the Buddha: the more the Brahman measured it the higher it grew, so he threw away his measuring rod, which struck root and became a forest; limitless body



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wú biān jì / wu2 bian1 ji4
wu pien chi
 mu hensai



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kōng wú biān / kong1 wu2 bian1
k`ung wu pien / kung wu pien
 kū muhen
spacious without limit



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shì wú biān / shi4 wu2 bian1
shih wu pien
limitless consciousness



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biān wú biān / bian1 wu2 bian1
pien wu pien
 hen muhen
limited and limitless


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fēi wú biān / fei1 wu2 bian1
fei wu pien
not without limit



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wú biān wú jì / wu2 bian1 wu2 ji4
wu pien wu chi
 muhen musai
boundless; limitless
limitless and endless



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wú biān sān shì / wu2 bian1 san1 shi4
wu pien san shih
 muhen sanse
the limitless three times



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wú biān shì jiè / wu2 bian1 shi4 jie4
wu pien shih chieh
 muhen sekai
The infinite world, i.e. space; also infinite worlds; the numberless worlds in infinite space; limitless world



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wú biān guāng fó / wu2 bian1 guang1 fo2
wu pien kuang fo
 Muhen kōbutsu
Buddha of Boundless Light



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wú biān chà jìng / wu2 bian1 cha4 jing4
wu pien ch`a ching / wu pien cha ching
 muhen sekkyō
limitless realm



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wú biān yīn guǒ / wu2 bian1 yin1 guo3
wu pien yin kuo
 muhen inga
unlimited causes and effects



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wú biān fǎ jiè / wu2 bian1 fa3 jie4
wu pien fa chieh
 muhen hokkai
The infinite world of things; the realm of things infinite in number; the infinite universe behind all phenomena; limitless realm of reality



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wú biān wú jìn / wu2 bian1 wu2 jin4
wu pien wu chin
 muhen mujin
limitless, inexhaustible



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màn wú biān jì / man4 wu2 bian1 ji4
man wu pien chi
extremely vast; boundless; limitless; digressing; discursive; going off on tangents; straying far off topic



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shì jiān wú biān / shi4 jian1 wu2 bian1
shih chien wu pien
 seken muhen
the world is infiinte



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guǎng dà wú biān / guang3 da4 wu2 bian1
kuang ta wu pien
 kōdai muhen



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yìng yòng wú biān / ying4 yong4 wu2 bian1
ying yung wu pien
 ōyō muhen
Omnipresent response to need; universal ability to aid; omnipresent response to need



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yǒu biān wú biān / you3 bian1 wu2 bian1
yu pien wu pien
 uhen muhen
limited and limitless



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wú shǐ wú biān / wu2 shi3 wu2 bian1
wu shih wu pien
 mushi muhen
The Buddha-truth is without beginning and infinite; beginningless and limitless



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wú liáng wú biān / wu2 liang2 wu2 bian1
wu liang wu pien
 muryō muhen
countless and limitless



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kōng wú biān chù / kong1 wu2 bian1 chu4
k`ung wu pien ch`u / kung wu pien chu
 kū muhen sho
the sphere of the infinity of space



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xū kōng wú biān / xu1 kong1 wu2 bian1
hsü k`ung wu pien / hsü kung wu pien
 kokū muhen
space has no limit



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zhòng shēng wú biān / zhong4 sheng1 wu2 bian1
chung sheng wu pien
 shūjō muhen
sentient beings are limitless [in number]



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shì wú biān chù / shi4 wu2 bian1 chu4
shih wu pien ch`u / shih wu pien chu
 shiki muhen sho
sphere of limitless consciousness



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wú biān kōng chù tiān / wu2 bian1 kong1 chu4 tian1
wu pien k`ung ch`u t`ien / wu pien kung chu tien
 muhen kūsho ten
heaven of infinite space



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wú biān shì chù tiān / wu2 bian1 shi4 chu4 tian1
wu pien shih ch`u t`ien / wu pien shih chu tien
 muhen shikisho ten
heaven of infinite consciousness



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kōng wú biān chù dì / kong1 wu2 bian1 chu4 di4
k`ung wu pien ch`u ti / kung wu pien chu ti
 kū muhensho chi
realm of infinite space



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kōng wú biān chù tiān / kong1 wu2 bian1 chu4 tian1
k`ung wu pien ch`u t`ien / kung wu pien chu tien
 kūmuhensho ten
heaven of unlimited space



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kōng wú biān chù dìng / kong1 wu2 bian1 chu4 ding4
k`ung wu pien ch`u ting / kung wu pien chu ting
 kū muhen sho jō
the sphere of the infinity of space



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shì wú biān chù dì / shi4 wu2 bian1 chu4 di4
shih wu pien ch`u ti / shih wu pien chu ti
 shiki muhensho chi
realm of infinite perception



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zhī wú biān zhū fó zhì / zhi1 wu2 bian1 zhu1 fo2 zhi4
chih wu pien chu fo chih
 chi muhen shobutsu chi
To have the infinite Buddha-wisdom (of knowing all the Buddha-worlds and how to save the beings in them); to have the infinite Buddha-wisdom



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zhòng shēng wú biān shì yuàn dù / zhong4 sheng1 wu2 bian1 shi4 yuan4 du4
chung sheng wu pien shih yüan tu
 shūjō muhen seigan do
(I) vow to save all living beings without limit



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shì jiān yì yǒu biān yì wú biān / shi4 jian1 yi4 you3 bian1 yi4 wu2 bian1
shih chien i yu pien i wu pien
 seken yaku uhen yaku muhen
the world is both finite and infinite



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shì jiān fēi yǒu biān fēi wú biān / shi4 jian1 fei1 you3 bian1 fei1 wu2 bian1
shih chien fei yu pien fei wu pien
 seken hi uhen hi muhen
the world is neither finite nor infinite



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wú liàng wú biān ā sēng qí jié / wu2 liang4 wu2 bian1 a1 seng1 qi2 jie2
wu liang wu pien a seng ch`i chieh / wu liang wu pien a seng chi chieh
 muryō muhen asōgikō
innumerable, unlimited, incalculable eons


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xiǎn wú biān fó tǔ gōng dé jīng / xian3 wu2 bian1 fo2 tu3 gong1 de2 jing1
hsien wu pien fo t`u kung te ching / hsien wu pien fo tu kung te ching
Sūtra Revealing the Qualities of the Infinite Buddha-Lands



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kǔ hǎi wú biān , huí tóu shì àn / ku3 hai3 wu2 bian1 , hui2 tou2 shi4 an4
k`u hai wu pien , hui t`ou shih an / ku hai wu pien , hui tou shih an
The sea of bitterness has no bounds, turn your head to see the shore (idiom). Only Buddhist enlightenment can allow one to shed off the abyss of worldly suffering.; Repent and ye shall be saved!



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chū shēng wú biān mén tuó luó ní jīng / chu1 sheng1 wu2 bian1 men2 tuo2 luo2 ni2 jing1
ch`u sheng wu pien men t`o lo ni ching / chu sheng wu pien men to lo ni ching
 Shusshō muhen mon daranikyō
Dhāraṇī of the [Birth of the] Infinite Portal

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

This page contains 43 results for "無邊" in Chinese and/or Japanese.

Information about this dictionary:

Apparently, we were the first ones who were crazy enough to think that western people might want a combined Chinese, Japanese, and Buddhist dictionary.

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

This dictionary uses the EDICT and CC-CEDICT dictionary files.
EDICT data is the property of the Electronic Dictionary Research and Development Group, and is used in conformance with the Group's license.

Chinese Buddhist terms come from Dictionary of Chinese Buddhist Terms by William Edward Soothill and Lewis Hodous. This is commonly referred to as "Soothill's'". It was first published in 1937 (and is now off copyright so we can use it here). Some of these definitions may be misleading, incomplete, or dated, but 95% of it is good information. Every professor who teaches Buddhism or Eastern Religion has a copy of this on their bookshelf. We incorporated these 16,850 entries into our dictionary database ourselves (it was lot of work).

Combined, these cover 1,007,753 Japanese, Chinese, and Buddhist characters, words, idioms, names, placenames, and short phrases.

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