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        kǒutóuchán, [口頭禪], Zen saying repeated as cant/(fig.) catchphrase/mantra/favorite expression/stock ...
        chán/shàn, [禪], dhyana (Sanskrit)/Zen/meditation (Buddhism), to abdicate
        Chánzōng, [禪宗], Zen Buddhism
        chánshī, [禪師], honorific title for a Buddhist monk
        zuòchán, [坐禪], to sit in meditation/to meditate
        chánxiū, [禪修], to practice Zen (esp. meditation)
        chánfáng, [禪房], a room in a Buddhist monastery/a temple
        LiúChán, [劉禪], Liu Chan 劉禪|刘禅 (207-271), son of Liu Bei, reigned as Shu Han emperor 233-263
        cānchán, [參禪], to practice Chan Buddhist meditation/to practice Zen meditation/to sit in medita...
        shòushàn, [受禪], to accept abdication
        dǎchán, [打禪], to meditate (of Buddhist)
        Yǒngzhēnnèishàn, [永貞內禪], Yongzhen abdication of 805
        Bānchán, [班禪], Panchen (Lama)/abbr. for 班禪額爾德尼|班禅额尔德尼[Bān chán É ěr dé ní]
        BānchánLǎma, [班禪喇嘛], Panchen Lama
        BānchánÉěrdéní, [班禪額爾德尼], Panchen Erdeni or Panchen Lama/abbr. to 班禪|班禅[Bān chán]
        shànwèi, [禪位], to abdicate (as king)
        Chánchéng, [禪城], see 禪城區|禅城区[Chán chéng qū]
        Chánchéngqū, [禪城區], Chancheng district, Foshan city, Guangdong
        chántáng, [禪堂], meditation room (in Buddhist monastery)
        chánjī, [禪機], Buddhism subtleties/Buddhist allegory
        chánzhàng, [禪杖], the staff of a Buddhist monk
        chánlín, [禪林], a Buddhist temple
        shànràng, [禪讓], to abdicate
        chánménwǔzōng, [禪門五宗], the five schools of Chan Buddhism (idiom)
        chányuàn, [禪院], Buddhist hall
        BāochánShān, [褒禪山], Mt Baochan in Anhui/formerly known as Mt Hua 華山|华山
        yěhúchán, [野狐禪], heresy

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