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Passions / Feelings / Emotions

China qíng
Japan jou / nasake
Passions / Feelings / Emotions

情 means feelings, emotions, passions, and sometimes refers to the situation you are in (with your emotions).

At least, this is the definition in Chinese and Japanese. 情 is a bit stronger in Korean Hanja, where it means affection, love, compassion, sympathy, tender feelings, and emotions. Just as in Chinese and Japanese, this can also refer to your circumstances or your facts of life in Korean.
情 is also the original Korean Hanja for the surname Jeong (정).

In Japanese, this can be the surname Sei.

Sorry / Feel Apologetic / Regret

China bào qiàn
Sorry / Feel Apologetic / Regret

抱歉 is the feeling of being or feeling sorry or apologetic. Basically the idea of being regretful. Not quite the same thing as sorrow.


Note: This is a strange thing to write on a wall scroll for Chinese people - but you can bend the rules if you want in the west.

Make Guests Feel at Home

Home away from home
China bīn zhì rú guī
Make Guests Feel at Home

This Chinese phrase suggests that a good host will make guests feel like they are returning home or are as comfortable as they would be at their own home.

賓至如歸 is also the Chinese equivalent of, "a home away from home," and is used by Chinese hotels, guest houses, and inns to suggest the level of their hospitality will make you feel at home during your stay.

Feel at Ease Anywhere / The World is My Home

China sì hǎi wéi jiā
Feel at Ease Anywhere / The World is My Home

This literally reads, "Four Seas Serve-As [my/one's] Home."

Together, 四海 which literally means "four seas" is understood to mean, "the whole world" or "the seven seas." It's presumed to be an ancient word, from back when only four seas were known - so it equates to the modern English term, "seven seas."

This can be translated or understood a few different ways:
To regard the four corners of the world all as home.
To feel at home anywhere.
To roam about unconstrained.
To consider the entire country, or the world, to be one's own.

You are only as old as you feel

You're only old if you think you're old
China bú pà rén lǎo zhǐ pà xīn lǎo
You are only as old as you feel

This literally translates as: Do not be concerned about being old; be concerned about a mind which is old.

Figuratively, this means: Your are not as old as you look, you are only as old as you think you are.


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Below are some entries from our dictionary that may match your feelings search...

Characters

If shown, 2nd row is Simp. Chinese

Pronunciation
Romanization
Simple Dictionary Definition

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Mandarin qíng / qing2
Taiwan ch`ing / ching
Japanese jou / jo / じょう
You are only as old as you feel
Chinese feeling; emotion; passion; situation
Japanese (1) feelings; emotion; sentiment; (2) compassion; sympathy; (3) passion; affection; love; (4) the way things really are; the actual situation; (personal name) Makoto; (personal name) Hyonjon; (surname) Sei; (personal name) Jouji; (personal name) Jou; (female given name) Kokoro
The feelings, passions, desires, affections, sensations; sentient; affinities; affairs, facts. Particular affections, duties, or affairs.

see styles
Mandarin/ yi4
Taiwan i
Japanese i / い
You are only as old as you feel
Chinese idea; meaning; thought; to think; wish; desire; intention; to expect; to anticipate; Italy; Italian; abbr. for 意大利[Yi4 da4 li4]
Japanese (1) feelings; thoughts; (2) meaning; (personal name) Kokoro
Manas, the sixth of the ṣaḍāyatanas or six means of perception, i.e. sight, hearing, smell, taste, touch, and mind. Manas means "mind (in its widest sense as applied to all the mental powers), intellect, intelligence, understanding, perception, sense, conscience, will". M.W. It is "the intellectual function of consciousness", Keith. In Chinese it connotes thought, idea, intention, meaning, will; but in Buddhist terminology its distinctive meaning is mind, or the faculty of thought; mentation


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Mandarin/ qi4
Taiwan ch`i / chi
Japanese ki / き
Chinese gas; air; smell; weather; to make angry; to annoy; to get angry; vital energy; qi
Japanese (out-dated kanji) (1) spirit; mind; heart; (2) nature; disposition; (3) motivation; intention; (4) mood; feelings; (5) ambience; atmosphere; mood
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

友情

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Mandarin yǒu qíng / you3 qing2
Taiwan yu ch`ing / yu ching
Japanese yuujou / yujo / ゆうじょう
You are only as old as you feel
Chinese friendly feelings; friendship
Japanese friendship; fellowship; camaraderie; (female given name) Firia

性感

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Mandarin xìng gǎn / xing4 gan3
Taiwan hsing kan
Japanese seikan / sekan / せいかん
You are only as old as you feel
Chinese sex appeal; eroticism; sexuality; sexy
Japanese (noun - becomes adjective with の) sexual feelings

想い

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Japanese omoi / おもい
You are only as old as you feel
Japanese (1) thought; (2) imagination; mind; heart; (3) desire; wish; hope; expectation; (4) love; affection; (5) feelings; emotion; sentiment; experience

至福感

see styles
Japanese shifukukan / しふくかん
You are only as old as you feel
Japanese feelings of bliss


see styles
Mandarin shāng / shang1
Taiwan shang
Japanese shō / きず
Chinese to injure; injury; wound
Japanese (1) wound; injury; cut; gash; bruise; scratch; scrape; scar; (2) chip; crack; scratch; nick; (3) flaw; defect; weakness; weak point; (4) stain (on one's reputation); disgrace; dishonor; dishonour; (5) (emotional) hurt; hurt feelings
To injure, wound, hurt, harm, distress, A tr. of yakṣa; a wound


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Mandarin chuàng // chuāng / chuang4 // chuang1
Taiwan ch`uang / chuang
Japanese motomu / もとむ    hajime / はじめ    hajimu / はじむ    tsukuru / つくる    souji / soji / そうじ    sou / so / そう
Chinese to begin; to initiate; to inaugurate; to start; to create; a wound; cut; injury; trauma
Japanese (1) wound; injury; cut; gash; bruise; scratch; scrape; scar; (2) chip; crack; scratch; nick; (3) flaw; defect; weakness; weak point; (4) stain (on one's reputation); disgrace; dishonor; dishonour; (5) (emotional) hurt; hurt feelings; (personal name) Motomu; (female given name) Hajime; (given name) Hajimu; (female given name) Tsukuru; (personal name) Souji; (female given name) Sou

see styles
Mandarin xiá / xia2
Taiwan hsia
Japanese ka / きず
Chinese blemish; flaw in jade
Japanese (1) wound; injury; cut; gash; bruise; scratch; scrape; scar; (2) chip; crack; scratch; nick; (3) flaw; defect; weakness; weak point; (4) stain (on one's reputation); disgrace; dishonor; dishonour; (5) (emotional) hurt; hurt feelings
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

see styles
Mandarin/ ci1
Taiwan tz`u / tzu
Japanese kizu / きず
Chinese blemish; flaw; defect
Japanese (1) wound; injury; cut; gash; bruise; scratch; scrape; scar; (2) chip; crack; scratch; nick; (3) flaw; defect; weakness; weak point; (4) stain (on one's reputation); disgrace; dishonor; dishonour; (5) (emotional) hurt; hurt feelings

see styles
Mandarin dù // dǔ / du4 // du3
Taiwan tu
Japanese hara / はら
Chinese belly; tripe
Japanese (1) abdomen; belly; stomach; (2) womb; (3) one's mind; one's real intentions; one's true motive; (4) courage; nerve; willpower; (5) generosity; magnanimity; (6) feelings; emotions; (7) wide middle part; bulging part; (8) inside; interior; inner part; (9) (physics) anti-node; (suf,ctr) (10) counter for hard roe; (11) counter for containers with bulging middles (pots, vases, etc.)

see styles
Mandarin xiōng / xiong1
Taiwan hsiung
Japanese mune(p);muna / むね(P);むな
Chinese chest; bosom; heart; mind; thorax
Japanese (1) (むな is usually used in compounds) chest; breast; (2) breasts; bosom; bust; (3) heart; (4) lungs; (5) stomach; (6) heart; mind; feelings
The breast; chest

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Mandarin/ fu4
Taiwan fu
Japanese fuku / はら
Chinese abdomen; stomach; belly
Japanese (1) abdomen; belly; stomach; (2) womb; (3) one's mind; one's real intentions; one's true motive; (4) courage; nerve; willpower; (5) generosity; magnanimity; (6) feelings; emotions; (7) wide middle part; bulging part; (8) inside; interior; inner part; (9) (physics) anti-node; (suf,ctr) (10) counter for hard roe; (11) counter for containers with bulging middles (pots, vases, etc.)
The belly; lower stomach

see styles
Mandarin/ yi4
Taiwan i
Japanese oku / おく
Chinese feelings; opinion; thoughts
Japanese (personal name) Oku

see styles
Mandarin zhōng / zhong1
Taiwan chung
Japanese makoto / まこと    chuu / chu / ちゅう    tadashi / ただし
Chinese inner feelings
Japanese (given name) Makoto; (given name) Chuu; (given name) Tadashi

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Mandarin xián / xian2
Taiwan hsien
Japanese kutsuwa / くつわ
Chinese bit (of a bridle); to hold in the mouth; to harbor (feelings); to link; to accept; rank; title
Japanese bit (i.e. attached to a bridle)

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Mandarin nào / nao4
Taiwan nao
Japanese tō
Chinese noisy; cacophonous; to make noise; to disturb; to vent (feelings); to fall ill; to have an attack (of sickness); to go in (for some activity); to joke

キズ

see styles
Japanese kizu / キズ Japanese (1) wound; injury; cut; gash; bruise; scratch; scrape; scar; (2) chip; crack; scratch; nick; (3) flaw; defect; weakness; weak point; (4) stain (on one's reputation); disgrace; dishonor; dishonour; (5) (emotional) hurt; hurt feelings

下情

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Mandarin xià qíng / xia4 qing2
Taiwan hsia ch`ing / hsia ching
Japanese kajou / kajo / かじょう
Chinese feelings of the masses; my situation (humble speech)
Japanese condition of the common people
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

下意

see styles
Japanese kai / かい Japanese the feelings of the people

下水

see styles
Mandarin xià shui // xià shuǐ / xia4 shui5 // xia4 shui3
Taiwan hsia shui // hsia
Japanese shitamizu / したみず    gesui / げすい
Chinese offal; viscera; tripe; downstream; to go into the water; to put into water; to launch (a ship); fig. to fall into bad ways; to lead astray; to go to pot
Japanese (1) water flowing underneath; one's true feelings; (2) (as in 泰) kanji "water" radical at bottom (radical 85); (1) drainage; ditch; gutter; sewerage; (2) sewage; black water; (surname) Shimomizu

五情

see styles
Mandarin wǔ qíng / wu3 qing2
Taiwan wu ch`ing / wu ching
Japanese gojou / gojo / ごじょう
Japanese the five passions (anger, joy, hatred, desire and grief)
The feelings, or passions, which are stirred by the 五根 five senses; five desires

五識


五识

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Mandarin wǔ shí / wu3 shi2
Taiwan wu shih
Japanese goshiki
The five parijñānas, perceptions or cognitions; ordinarily those arising from the five senses, i. e. of form-and-color, sound, smell, taste, and touch. The 起信論 Awakening of Faith has a different set of five steps in the history of cognition; (1) 業識 initial functioning of mind under the influence of the original 無明 unenlightenment or state of ignorance; (2) 轉識 the act of turning towards the apparent object for its observation; (3) 現識 observation of the object as it appears; (4) 知識 the deductions derived from its appearance; (5) 相續識 the consequent feelings of like or dislike, pleasure or pain, from which arise the delusions and incarnations; five consciousnesses

令人

see styles
Mandarin lìng rén / ling4 ren2
Taiwan ling jen
Chinese to cause sb (to do); to make one (feel something); (used in constructing words for feelings such as anger, surprise, sympathy etc)

傳情


传情

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Mandarin chuán qíng / chuan2 qing2
Taiwan ch`uan ch`ing / chuan ching
Chinese to pass on amorous feelings; to send one's love to sb

傳感


传感

see styles
Mandarin chuán gǎn / chuan2 gan3
Taiwan ch`uan kan / chuan kan
Chinese to pass on feelings; telepathy; sensing (engineering)

傾吐


倾吐

see styles
Mandarin qīng tǔ / qing1 tu3
Taiwan ch`ing t`u / ching tu
Chinese to pour out (emotions); to unburden oneself (of strong feelings); to vomit comprehensively

叙情

see styles
Japanese jojou / jojo / じょじょう Japanese (noun - becomes adjective with の) lyricism; description or expression of one's feelings

古意

see styles
Japanese koi / こい Japanese ancient ways; the feelings of the ancients

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The following table may be helpful for those studying Chinese or Japanese...

Title CharactersRomaji(Romanized Japanese)Various forms of Romanized Chinese
Passions
Feelings
Emotions
jou / nasake
jo / nasake
jo/nasake
qíng / qing2 / qingch`ing / ching
Sorry
Feel Apologetic
Regret
抱歉bào qiàn / bao4 qian4 / bao qian / baoqianpao ch`ien / paochien / pao chien
Make Guests Feel at Home賓至如歸
宾至如归
bīn zhì rú guī
bin1 zhi4 ru2 gui1
bin zhi ru gui
binzhirugui
pin chih ju kuei
pinchihjukuei
Feel at Ease Anywhere
The World is My Home
四海為家
四海为家
sì hǎi wéi jiā
si4 hai3 wei2 jia1
si hai wei jia
sihaiweijia
ssu hai wei chia
ssuhaiweichia
You are only as old as you feel不怕人老隻怕心老
不怕人老只怕心老
bú pà rén lǎo zhǐ pà xīn lǎo
bu2 pa4 ren2 lao3 zhi3 pa4 xin1 lao3
bu pa ren lao zhi pa xin lao
buparenlaozhipaxinlao
pu p`a jen lao chih p`a hsin lao
pupajenlaochihpahsinlao
pu pa jen lao chih pa hsin lao
In some entries above you will see that characters have different versions above and below a line.
In these cases, the characters above the line are Traditional Chinese, while the ones below are Simplified Chinese.



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