Jisho

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Noun
1. beast (i.e. any animal other than man)
2. person reborn into the animal realmBuddhist term, See also 畜生道
3. brute (i.e. a contemptible human being)
4. damn it; damn; Christ; for Christ's sakeUsually written using kana alone
  • ちくしょう畜生
  • パンク
  • Shit! I've got a flat.
Wikipedia definition
5. Animals in BuddhismThe position and treatment of animals in Buddhism is important for the light it sheds on Buddhists' perception of their own relation to the natural world, on Buddhist humanitarian concerns in general, and on the relationship between Buddhist theory and Buddhist practice.
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Read “Animals in Buddhism” on DBpedia
Other forms
畜生 【ちきしょう】

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