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 English Japanese(Kanji)
falling as flowers do, dying a glorious death散華 [さんげ]
(a) branch (of flowers), (a) cluster, (a) mass (of clouds)一朶 [いちだ]
(Buddh) entering a state of intense concentration; death (of a high monk, etc.)入定 [にゅうじょう]
(Buddh) favorable condition (for entering the priesthood); dying in order (from oldest to youngest)順縁 [じゅんえん]
(Buddh) nirvana; death寂滅 [じゃくめつ]
(Buddh) samsara (endless cycle of death and rebirth)輪廻 [りんね]
(Buddh) the eight kinds of suffering (birth, old age, disease, death, parting from loved ones, meeting disliked ones, not getting what one seeks, pains of the five skandha)八苦 [はっく]
(Buddh) the four inevitables in human life (birth, aging, sickness, and death)生老病死 [しょうろうびょうし]
(Buddh) the four kinds of suffering (birth, old age, disease, death)四苦 [しく]
(Buddh) Yamantaka Vidya-raja, conqueror of Death大威徳明王 [だいいとくみょうおう]
(death by) hanging縛り首 [しばりくび]
(death from) starvation, starving to death餓え死に [うえじに]
(death from) starvation, starving to death餓え死に [かつえじに]
(death from) starvation, starving to death餓死 [うえじに]
(death from) starvation, starving to death餓死 [がし]
(death from) starvation, starving to death飢え死 [うえじに]
(death from) starvation, starving to death飢え死に [うえじに]
(death from) starvation, starving to death飢死 [うえじに]
(death from) starvation, starving to death飢死 [きし]
(death from) starvation, starving to death飢死に [うえじに]
(dying a) natural death病死 [びょうし]
(dying of) natural causes自然死 [しぜんし]
(entering into) nirvana; used after a date to indicate the death of a monk at that time; silent, tranquil寂 [じゃく]
(falling) deeply in loveべた惚れ [べたぼれ]
(family) death register過去帳 [かこちょう]
(god of) death死に神 [しにがみ]
(god of) death死神 [しにがみ]
(having) life-and-death power (over)生殺与奪 [せいさつよだつ]
(human) life (i.e. conception to death)人生 [じんせい]
(in Buddhism) the four stages of existence: birth, life, death, and limbo四有 [しう]
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