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    Need help with Japanese and Chinese translation

    Hello all.
    I would realy like the translation of "PAIN" in Japanese and Chinese.I have translated it on a translation site but the text is quite sqaure - what I am after is the translation in a more traditional look.I have seen text done with paint brushes and really love the way the strokes of letters go from thick to a fine point. I hope this makes sense and hope someone can help.
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    For Japanese... go here

    Here~

    and choose which one best suits what you want, since theres alot for pain. Then click on kanji information then click on the link that says dictionary search code blah blah. And it should give you the kanji, though its a little small.

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    Ok found chinese one too, yay.

    Here #2~

    Just put in pain AS english
    Chinese output as IMAGE.

    And their kinda little too so maybe someone else will find bigger ones :/

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    just found the word japanese and thought i could do something
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    Here you go


    Itami Pain ~ noun

    Itamu Pain ~ verb, to feel pain

    Itai Ouch ~ Self Explanitory


    The kanji for "ita" is the last one on the right abve my post ^^^^ the "mi" "mu" or "i" you can lookup the hiragana for it

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    Thank you all for the answers.They have all been a great help.

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