Definitions for "Jin "
Keywords:  pinyin, han, gin, mandarin, chin
gin) benevolence
a traditional unit of weight in China, comparable to the English pound. During the European colonial era the jin was identified with the catty, a Malay unit widely used in various forms throughout East and Southeast Asia. Like the catty, the jin was then equal to 1 1/3 pounds or 604.79 grams. Traditionally, it was divided into 16 liang. In modern China, however, the jin is a metric unit equal to exactly 500 grams (1.1023 pounds) and divided into 10 liang. The kilogram itself is usually called the gongjin, or "metric jin." The spellings chin and gin also have been used for the jin.
A metric unit of weight in Chinese system. Equivalent to 1/2 kilogram (500 grams). Chinese term, romanized: jin (Pinyin) or chin (Wade-Giles Mandarin).
Keywords:  deadwood, jeen, bonsai, trunk, dead
Pronounced JEEN - Japanese term for snags of deadwood on the ends of branches or trunk.
The dead apex of a tree, usually found only on hardwood trees; literally means "God" and is a symbolic of the Supreme Being's influence on nature.
Pronounced JEEN is a Japanese term that refers to the deadwood on the ends of branches or trunk . Jin can be either an old branch or a protruding part of the trunk. Jins are artificially created from unwanted branches by stripping the bark and cambium to represent a dead wood.
Kazetsukai Jin is a fictional character that appears in the anime and manga series Yu Yu Hakusho, written by Togashi Yoshihiro.
SHIN DO (BODY/MIND ACUPRESSURE): Developed by a psychotherapist, Jin Shin Do combines acupressure, Taoist yogic breathing methods and Reichian segmental theory (which addresses how emotional tension affects the physical body) with the goal of releasing physical and emotional tension and "armoring." It aims to promote a pleasant trance state in which the participant can address the emotional factors that may underlie various physical conditions.
Keywords:  demons, evils
demons but not necessarily evils.
Keywords:  chess, club, java, able, free
Jin is a Java client for various chess servers. It currently supports the Internet Chess Club and the Free Internet Chess Server , but is designed to be able to support any chess server.
rational beings whose fundamental material base is different from human beings, and therefore may be invisible to us. They may interact with us on visible or invisible planes.
Keywords:  denotes, race, people
denotes a race of people
Keywords:  see
See Jinnee.