EUdict :: English-Japanese (Kanji) dictionary

Results for: desire, wish, request, prayer,Translations 1 - 30 of 238
 English Japanese (Kanji)
(Buddh) all worldly phenomena, meritorious acts leading to enlightenment; (Jodo school) all practices other than recitation of the nembutsu prayer (practises)諸行 [しょぎょう]
(Buddh) giving rise to the desire to save all sentient beings; praying, prayer発願 [ほつがん]
(Buddh) nine cuts mudra (mudra: hand posture which forms a part of Hindu prayer), exorcism-purification spell臨兵闘者皆陣裂在前 [りんぴょうとうしゃかいじんれつざいぜん]
(Buddh) prayer and austerities修法 [しゅうほう]
(Buddh) Suffering, Source of Suffering Desire, The Cessation of Suffering, The Way Leading to the Cessation of Suffering (The Four Noble Truths of Buddhism)苦集滅道 [くしゅめつどう]
(Buddh) Suffering, Source of Suffering Desire, The Cessation of Suffering, The Way Leading to the Cessation of Suffering (The Four Noble Truths of Buddhism)苦集滅道 [くじゅうめつどう]
(Buddh) Suffering, Source of Suffering Desire, The Cessation of Suffering, The Way Leading to the Cessation of Suffering (The Four Noble Truths of Buddhism)苦集滅道 [くじゅめつどう]
(Buddh) the three kleshas that poison the heart of man (desire, ill will and ignorance)三毒 [さんどく]
(comp) access request signalアクセス要求信号 [アクセスようきゅうしんごう]
(comp) ANSER, Automatic Answer Network System for Electrical Request共同利用型音声照会通知システム [きょうどうりようけいおんせいしょうかいつうちシステム]
(comp) ARQ, Automatic Repeat reQuest自動再送要求 [じどうさいそうようきゅう]
(comp) Automatic answer Network System for Electrical Request銀行ANSER [ぎんこうANSER]
(comp) Automatic Request for Repetition, ARQ自動再送信要求 [じどうさいそうしんようきゅう]
(comp) command requestコマンド要求 [コマンドようきゅう]
(comp) Common Object Request Broker Architecture, CORBA共通オブジェクトリクエストブローカアーキテクチャ [きょうつうオブジェクトリクエストブローカアーキテクチャ]
(comp) connection requestコネクション要求 [コネクションようきゅう]
(comp) connection request接続要求 [せつぞくようきゅう]
(comp) connection request接続要望 [せつぞくようぼう]
(comp) dialogue establishment request outstandingダイアログ確立要求未完了 [ダイアログかくりつようきゅうみかんりょう]
(comp) dialogue termination request outstandingダイアログ終了要求未完了 [ダイアログしゅうりょうようきゅうみかんりょう]
(comp) forwarding-request回送要求 [かいそうようきゅう]
(comp) handshake request outstandingハンドシェーク要求未完了 [ハンドシェークようきゅうみかんりょう]
(comp) Interrupt Request, IRQ割り込み要求 [わりこみようきゅう]
(comp) non-receipt notification request indication受信不能通知要求表示 [じゅしんふのうつうちようきゅうひょうじ]
(comp) partial-attribute-request部分属性要求 [ぶぶんぞくせいようきゅう]
(comp) receipt notification request indication受信通知要求表示 [じゅしんつうちようきゅうひょうじ]
(comp) release request解放要求 [かいほうようきゅう]
(comp) reply request indication返信要求表示 [へんしんようきゅうひょうじ]
(comp) request decomposition要求分解 [ようきゅうぶんかい]
(comp) request for forwarding address, PD PR回送先住所要求 [かいそうさきじゅうしょようきゅう]
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