tw70455 asked in 社會與文化語言 · 1 decade ago

英文中文和日文><

有沒有人知道還有什麼英文

是直接從中文和日文翻過來的單字??

例如日文的甜不辣....英文"tempura"

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    從日文來的英文字:anime アニメ, Japanese animationbonsai 盆栽, "tray gardening"; the art of tending miniature treesBokeh (from ぼけ, boke), subjective aesthetic quality of out-of-focus

    areas of an image projected by a camera lenschoka 長歌, "long poem"; a genre of Japanese poetrygaiden 外伝, "outside legend"; a side storyhaiku 俳句, a very short poem consisting of three lines of 5, 7, and 5 units eachhentai 変態, explicit sexual or pornographic artworkikebana 生花, flower arrangementkabuki 歌舞伎, a traditional form of Japanese theatrekaraoke カラオケ, "empty orchestra"; entertainment where an amateur singer accompanies recorded musicmanga 漫画, comic booksnetsuke 根付, a toggle use to tie the sash of a kimono also to attach small

    items such as inro and kinchaku: sometimes beautifully carved.noh 能, a major form of classical Japanese musical dramaorigami 折り紙, artistic paper foldingotaku オタク or おたく or ヲタク, a geeky enthusiastrenga 連歌, "renged poetry"; a form of Japanese collaborative poetryseiyuu 声優, a voice actor/actresssenryu 川柳, a form of short poetry similar to haikusumi-e 墨絵, Japanese black ink paintingtaiko 太鼓, a big drumtanka 短歌, "short poetry"; an older form of Japanese poetry than haikuukiyo-e 浮世絵, a type of woodblock print art or paintingutamakura 歌枕, a rhetorical technique in Wakawaka 和歌, a genre of Japanese poetry, often refers to tanka

    aikijutsu 合気術 (aikijujutsu, 合気柔術), a form of self-defence developed in feudal

    timesashigaru 足軽, foot-soldiers of medieval Japanbanzai 万歳 "ten thousand years"; a blessing for Emperorsbo 棒, a long stick usually made out of wood or bamboo, used as a weaponbokken 木剣, a wooden sword used a training weaponbudo 武道, Japanese martial artsbushi 武士, "war-man"bushido 武士道, "way of the warrior"dojo 道場, a training hall for the martial arts.Gendai Budo 現代 武道, "Modern martial arts"; those which were established after the 1868 Meiji RestorationAikido 合気道, a form of self defense which does not necessitate in physical injury to the aggressorIaido 居合道, the art of drawing a sword, cutting down the opponent, and then re-sheathing the sword in one fluid

    movementJudo 柔道, a martial art, a sport and a philosophy developed from JujutsuKarate-do 空手道, "empty-hand-way": a Japanese martial art which emphasises striking techniques (i.e. punching and

    kicking)Kendo 剣道, the martial art of Japanese swordsmanshipKyudo 弓道, the Japanese art of archerySumo 相撲, a form of wrestlinghara-kiri 腹切り (=seppuku)honcho (from 班長, hancho)jujutsu (Jiu jitsu), 柔術, a variety of close combat fighting systems (see article)kamikaze 神風, English usage: World War II suicide pilots (Japanese usage is different)kata 型, detailed patterns of defense-and-attack movements used by many traditional martial artskatana 刀, the Japanese longsword (or Japanese swords in general)kenjutsu 剣術, teaching of efficient use of the Japanese sword in combatKiAi 気合, yells used by martial arts students to focus energy when executing a techniquekoryu 古流, schools of martial arts that predate the Meiji restorationninja 忍者, a stealthy warrior and assassinnunchaku ヌンチャク, a martial arts weapon consisting of two sticks connected at their ends with a short

    chain or thongrandori 乱取り, in martial arts, free-style practice or sparring, sometimes with multiple attackersronin 浪人, a name given to masterless samurai during the feudal period of Japansai a dagger, with two long, unsharpened projections attached to the handlesamurai 侍, a common term for a warrior in pre-industrial Japanseppuku 切腹, ritual suicide by disembowelmentwakizashi 脇差, a traditional Japanese sword, similar to but shorter than a katana, together with which it was often

    wornyojimbo 用心棒, a bodyguard, security person or sometimes assassinyumi 弓, a Japanese longbow used in the practice of Kyudozanbato 斬馬刀, literally "horse-slaying sword", an especially large type of sword consisting of a large blade on a

    pole.hiragana 平仮名, a Japanese syllabary, one of the four Japanese writing systemskatakana 片仮名, a Japanese syllabary, one of the four Japanese writing systemskanji 漢字, Chinese characters used in Japanese, one of the four Japanese writing systemsromaji ローマ字, the Roman alphabet; the writing of the Japanese language in Roman characterskana 仮名, a general term for hiragana and katakanafurigana ふりがな, kana printed next to a kanji or other character to indicate its pronunciationhebon-shiki ヘボン式, Hepburn romanizationkunrei-shiki (monbusho) romanization, 訓令式, literally "Cabinet-ordered

    system", a system for transcribing the Japanese language into the Roman alphabetkunyomi 訓読み, the reading of a word that originates from Japanese prior to the introduction of Kanji characters

    (and their Chinese readings) from Chinamojibake 文字化け, "broken characters"; the result of trying to display text in character encodings which a

    piece of software is not configured to deal withnippon-shiki romanization, 日本式, a romanization system that conforms strictly to the kana writing system and is easier

    for Japanese speakers to useonyomi 音読み, the Japanese approximation of the original Chinese pronunciation of a Kanji characterrosiaji (Cyrillization of Japanese),

    ロシア字 (kiriru moji, キリル文字)futon 布団, a type of mattress that makes up a Japanese bedshoji 障子, a translucent rice paper screen with a wooden frame, used as a room divider or doortatami 畳, traditional Japanese flooring, made of woven straw

    geta 下駄, a pair of Japanese raised wooden clogs worn with traditional Japanese garments, such as the kimonokimono 着物, a traditional full-length robe-like garment still worn by women, men and childrenobi 帯, a wide belt which is tied in the back to secure a kimonoyukata 浴衣 or ゆかた, a kind of casual kimono, literally "bath clothing", consisting of one big piece

    of cloth with two wide sleeveszori 草履, sandals made from rice straw or lacquered wood, worn with a kimono for formal occasionsgaku-ran 学ラン, Japanese school uniform

    for boysserafuku セーラー服, Japanese school uniform for girlsbento 弁当, a single-portion takeout mealedamame 枝豆, soybeans boiled whole in the green pod and served with saltfugu 河豚 or フグ, the meat of the toxic pufferfish, prepared by specially trained chefsgyokuro 玉露, expensive specially harvested green teahibachi 火鉢, a small, portable charcoal grillmatcha 抹茶, powdered green tea used in the Japanese tea ceremonymiso 味噌, a thick paste made by fermenting soybeans with saltninjin 人参, Carrotnori 海苔, food products created from the seaweed laver by a shredding and rack-drying process that resembles papermaking.ramen ラーメン, the Japanese version of Chinese noodle soupsake 酒, an alcoholic beverage, brewed from ricesashimi 刺身, a Japanese delicacy primarily consisting of the freshest raw seafoods thinly sliced served with only a

    dipping sauceshabu shabu しゃぶしゃぶ, a meal where each person cooks their own food in their own cooking pot from

    an assortment of raw ingredientsshiitake mushroom 椎茸, an edible mushroom typically cultivated on the shii treesoy from shoyu 醤油shoyu Japanese soy saucesoba 蕎麦, thin brown buckwheat noodlessukiyaki すき焼き or スキヤキ, a dish in the nabemono-style (one-pot), consisting of

    thinly sliced beef, tofu, konnyaku noodles, leeks, onions, Chinese cabbage, and enoki mushrooms among otherssushi 鮨 or 鮓 or 寿司, a dish consisting of vinegared rice combined with other ingredients such as raw

    fish, raw or cooked shellfish, or vegetablestabemono 食べ物, a term for Japanese food in generaltamari たまり, liquid obtained by pressing soybeanstempura 天麩羅, classic Japanese deep fried batter-dipped seafood and vegetablesteriyaki 照焼き or テリヤキ, a cooking technique where fish or meat is being broiled in a

    sweet soy sauce marinadetofu 豆腐, bean curd, is a food made by coagulating soy milk with calcium sulfate, nigari, or other agents, and then

    pressing into blocks, similar to the way cheese is made from milkudon 饂飩, a type of thick wheat-based noodleumami 旨味 or うま味, the taste sensation produced by some proteins such as monosodium glutamate; a basic flavor in Japanese and Chinese

    cuisineunagi 鰻 or 鰍, eelwasabi 山葵 or わさび, a strongly flavoured green condiment commonly known as Japanese horseradishyakitori 焼き鳥, a type of chicken kebab

    bakufu 幕府, the administration of a Shogun; a shogunatedaimyo 大名, "great names"; the most powerful Japanese feudal rulers from the 12th century to the 19th centuryKimigayo 君が代", the Japanese national anthemMikado 帝, a dated term for "emperor"; specifically for the Emperor of JapanSessho 摂政, a title given to a regent who is named to assist an emperor when the emperor is still a child, before the

    coming of age, or femaleShogun 将軍, the title of the practical ruler of Japan for most of the time from 1192 to the Meiji EraTaikō 太閤, a title given to a retired Sessho and Kampaku regent in JapanTennō 天皇, the Emperor of Japantycoon 大君, "great prince", a title of the Shogun, later applied to wealthy business leaderszaibatsu 財閥, a "money clique" or conglomeratekami 神, the Japanese word for any sort of god or spiritShinto 神道, the native religion of Japantorii 鳥居, traditional Japanese gates commonly found at the gateway to Shinto shrineszazen 座禅, sitting meditation; literally "seated concentration"Zen 禅, a branch of Mahāyāna BuddhismAkita 秋田 (from 秋田犬, akitainu or akitaken), the Akita Inu, a breed of huge Japanese doggeisha 芸者, traditional Japanese artist-entertainersginkgo 銀杏, a plantgisugo 碁,a strategic, two-player board game based on capturing territoryhanko 判子 or ハンコ (or inkan : 印鑑), a

    name seal customarily used in Japan instead of signaturesichiban 一番, "number one"; the first or the bestKampaku 関白, the title of a regent who assists an adult emperorkoi 鯉, Western usage: ornamental varieties of the common carp (but in Japan this just means "carp" -- the ornamental

    variety are called "nishikigoi" 錦鯉)kokyo 皇居, the Japanese Imperial palacekudzu 葛 or クズ, a type of Japanese vine; cultivated in Japan, viewed as a weed in the Westnijubashi 二重橋, bridge to the Japanese Imperial palacerickshaw (from 人力車, jinrikisha), a human-pulled wagonsayonara さようなら the Japanese term for "goodbye"sensei 先生, the Japanese term for "master", "teacher" or "doctor". It can be used to refer to any authority figure,

    such as a schoolteacher, professor, priest, or politician.shakuhachi 尺八, Japanese bamboo fluteshiatsu 指圧, a form of massageShiba Inu 柴犬, the smallest of the six original and distinct Japanese breeds of dogskosh (from 少し, sukoshi), a small amountshinkansen 新幹線, high speed rail in Japansudoku 数独, a number placement puzzle, also known as Number Place in

    the United States.tanuki 狸, the Japanese name for the animal, Nyctereutes procyonoides, known as a raccoon dog in Englishtsunami 津波, literally "wave in port"; a tidal wavetsutsugamushi ("insect disease" = scrub typhus)yakuza やくざ, Japanese organized crime groups從中文來的英文字:bok choy (Cantonese) 白菜 (baakchoi), a Chinese cabbage: white

    vegetablebonsai via Japanese 盆栽, lit. tray gardeningcheongsam from Cantonese 長衫 (cheungsaam), lit. long clothes.China via Latin from the name of the Ch'in Dynasty 秦chop chop from Cantonese gup 急, lit. hurry, urgentchopstick chop is from the Cantonese 夾 (gaap), literally 'to squeeze'. Notice the two man radicals (人) sandwich another

    man radical in the middle.chop suey from Cantonese 雜碎 (tzapseui), lit. mixed pieces.chow mein from Cantonese 炒麵 (chaumin), lit. stir fried noodlechow from Chinese Pidgin English chowchow which means food, perhaps based on Cantonese 炒, lit. stir fry (cooking)coolie questionably Chinese 苦力, lit. suffering labor. Some dictionaries say the word came from Hindi kull.cumshaw from Amoy 感謝, feeling gratitudedim sum from Cantonese 點心 (dimsam), lit. touch of heartfeng shui from feng, wind and shui, water 風水ginkgo via Japanese 銀杏ginseng from Mandarin 人參 (renshen), name of the plantgo via Japanese name 碁 of a Chinese board gamegung-ho from Mandarin 工合, short for 工業合作社kanji via Japanese 漢字, lit. Chinese characterskaolin from 高嶺, lit. high mountain peakketchup possibly from Amoy 茄汁, lit. tomato sauce/juicekowtow from Chinese 叩頭, lit. knock headkumquat from Cantonese name of the fruit 柑橘 (Gamgwat)kung fu a martial art; from Cantonese 功夫 (Gongfu), lit.

    effortslongan from Cantonese 龍眼, name of the fruitloquat from Cantonese 蘆橘, old name of the fruitlychee from Cantonese 荔枝 (laitzi), name of the fruitmahjong from Cantonese 麻將 (Matzeuk), lit. sparrow/the mahjong gameoolong oolong 烏龍, lit. black dragonpekoe from Amoy 白毫, lit. white downy hairpinyin from Mandarin 拼音, lit. put together soundsramen from 拉麵 via Japanese, lit. pulled noodlerickshaw via Japanese

    人力車, lit. 'human-powered vehicle'sampan from Cantonese 舢舨, the name of such vessel.Shar Pei from Cantonese 沙皮, lit. sand skin.Shih Tzu from Mandarin 獅子狗, lit. Chinese lion dogsilk from 'si' 絲, lit. silksoy via Japanese shoyu 醤油Tai Chi from Mandarin 太極Tai-Pan from Cantonese 大班 (daaibaan), lit. big rank (similar to big shot)Tangram from Chinese Tang (唐) + English gramTao from Mandarin 道tea from Amoy 茶tofu via Japanese 豆腐, lit. bean rottong from Cantonese 堂tycoon via Japanese 大官, lit. high official; or 大君, lit. great noblemantyphoon 颱風 not to be confused with the monster typhon. See also other

    possible Arabic origin.wok from Cantonese 鑊won ton from Cantonese 雲吞 , lit. 'cloud swallow' as a description of its shape, similar to Mandarin

    餛飩wushu from Mandarin 武術, lit. martial artsyamen from Mandarin 衙門, lit. government gateyen (craving) from Cantonese 癮, lit. addiction (to opium)Yen (Japanese currency) via Japanese 円 (used to be Chinese writing 圓, lit. round, name of currency unit)Yin Yang 陰陽 from Mandarin 'Yin' meaning feminine, dark and 'Yang' meaning masculine and brightzen 禪 via Japanese

    Source(s): Wikipedia 百科全書 (www.wikipedia.org)
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  • 5 years ago

    學任何語言不外乎就是要有恆心跟毅力

    我覺得白天有工作的上班族特別適合線上學習英文

    才不用下了班就急急忙忙趕著去補習班上課

    光來回車程就省了1~2個小時,省下的時間可以多背好幾個單字

    也可以輕鬆在家線上學英文,想學好英文的人這是一個很不錯的機會

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    英文的"karate"是來自日文的"空手道"

    英文的"sumo"是來自日文的"相撲"

    英文的"kabuki"是來自日文的"歌舞妓"

    英文的"ninja"是來自日文的"忍者"

    英文的"bushido"是來自日文的"武士道"

    英文的"fengshui"是來自中文的"風水"

    英文的"ch'i"是來自中文的"氣"

    英文的"night market"是來自中文的"夜市"

    其實大部分都是一些跟文化有關的辭彙 ^^

    Source(s): 自已
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