Chinese Word Entry

解離性人格疾患

Simplified Chinese form: 解离性人格疾患

Mandarin (Zhuyin): ㄐㄧㄝˇ ㄌㄧˊ ㄒㄧㄥˋ ㄖㄣˊ ㄍㄜˊ ㄐㄧˊ ㄏㄨㄢˋ
Mandarin (Pinyin): jiě lí xìng rén gé jí huàn
Cantonese (Jyutping): gaai2 lei4 sing3 jan4 gaak3 zat6 waan6
Definitions:
  1. dissociative identity disorder

  2. multiple personality disorder


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Chinese characters used in this word

unravel, notes, key, explanation, understanding, untie, undo, solve, answer, cancel, absolve, explain, minute, loosen, unfasten
Readings
Mandarin: ㄐㄧㄝˇ (jiě), ㄐㄧㄝˋ (jiè), ㄒㄧㄝˋ (xiè)
Cantonese: gaai2, gaai3, haai6
Japanese: カイ (kai)、 ゲ (ge) / と.く (toku)、 と.かす (tokasu)、 と.ける (tokeru)、 ほど.く (hodoku)、 ほど.ける (hodokeru)、 わか.る (wakaru)、 さと.る (satoru)
Korean: 해 (hae), 개 (gae)
Vietnamese: giải, giới, giái
Variants
Semantic variant form:

detach, separation, disjoin, digress, leave, depart, go away, separate
Readings
Mandarin: ㄌㄧˊ (lí), ㄌㄧˋ (lì), ㄌㄧˇ (lǐ), ㄔ (chī), ㄍㄨˇ (gǔ)
Cantonese: lei4
Japanese: リ (ri) / はな.れる (hanareru)、 はな.す (hanasu)、 つく (tsuku)
Korean: 리 (ri), 이 (i)
Vietnamese: ly, li
Variants
Simplified Chinese form:

sex, gender, nature, character
Readings
Mandarin: ㄒㄧㄥˋ (xìng)
Cantonese: sing3
Japanese: セイ (sei)、 ショウ (shou) / さが (saga)、 たち (tachi)
Korean: 성 (seong)
Vietnamese: tính

person, man, people, mankind, someone else
Readings
Mandarin: ㄖㄣˊ (rén)
Cantonese: jan4
Japanese: ジン (jin)、 ニン (nin) / ひと (hito)、 -り (-ri)、 -と (-to)
Korean: 인 (in)
Vietnamese: nhân
Variants
Semantic variant forms:

status, rank, capacity, character, case (law, grammar), pattern, standard, form, style
Readings
Mandarin: ㄍㄜˊ (gé), ㄍㄜ (gē), ㄌㄨㄛˋ (luò), ㄏㄜˋ (hè)
Cantonese: gaak3
Japanese: カク (kaku)、 コウ (kou)、 キャク (kyaku)、 ゴウ (gou) / ただす (tadasu)、 いたる (itaru)
Korean: 격 (gyeog), 낙 (nag)
Vietnamese: cách, các

rapidly, illness, disease, sickness, to hate
Readings
Mandarin: ㄐㄧˊ (jí)
Cantonese: zat6
Japanese: シツ (shitsu) / はや.い (hayai)、 やまい (yamai)、 にくむ (nikumu)
Korean: 질 (jil)
Vietnamese: tật

afflicted, disease, suffer from, be ill, suffer, worry about, suffering
Readings
Mandarin: ㄏㄨㄢˋ (huàn)
Cantonese: waan6
Japanese: カン (kan)、 ゲン (gen) / わずら.う (wazurau)、 うれえる (ureeru)、 うれい (urei)
Korean: 환 (hwan)
Vietnamese: hoạn