福禄寿

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福禄寿

EtymologyEdit

From Middle Chinese 福祿壽. Considered in Japan to be one of the Seven Lucky Gods starting from the Muromachi Period.

PronunciationEdit

NounEdit

福禄寿 (hiragana ふくろくじゅ, romaji fukurokuju)

  1. wealth, good fortune, and longevity

Proper nounEdit

福禄寿 (hiragana ふくろくじゅ, romaji Fukurokuju)

  1. (Shintō): Fukurokuju; a god of happiness, wealth, and longevity, and one of the seven gods of good fortune

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simpl. 寿
trad. 福祿壽
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Proper nounEdit

福禄寿 (simplified, Pinyin Fú Lù Shòu, traditional 福祿壽)

  1. Fu Lu Shou, the Three Lucky Gods in Chinese mythology
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