Definitions for Ki
qi, chi, ch'i, ki(noun)
the circulating life energy that in Chinese philosophy is thought to be inherent in all things; in traditional Chinese medicine the balance of negative and positive forms in the body is believed to be essential for good health
goddess personifying earth; counterpart of Akkadian Aruru
(sometimes called ch'i,) A term indicating intrinsic energy; usually associated with martial art - karate, judo, aikido, etc- practitioners who consider ki important to performing at the highest level.
A form of psychic energy.
Naame of the earth goddess in Sumerian mythology, the chief consort of Anu, the sky god.
A Papuan language spoken in Sandaun Province of Papua New Guinea.
Origin: From 氣, 気
Translations for Ki
Kernerman English Multilingual Dictionary
(used to refer to a person or people mentioned previously to distinguish him or them from others
used as the subject of a verb: usually replaceable by that ) (the) one(s) that: The man who/that telephoned was a friend of yours; A doctor is a person who looks after people's health.
- ضَمير صِلَة يَعود إلى العاقِل الفاعل بِمَعْنى: الذي، التي، الذين، اللواتيArabic
- quePortuguese (BR)
- ο οποίος, πουGreek
- az akiHungarian
- sem, erIcelandic
- …하는(인) 사람Korean
- (tas) kuršLatvian
- ...-en/an, ki oTurkish
- (關係代詞)該人、這些人Chinese (Trad.)
- який, котрийUkrainian
- chỉ người đã nhắc tới trước đóVietnamese
- （限制性关系代词）…人Chinese (Simp.)
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