Jin dynasty (265���420)
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Jin is a toneless pinyin romanization of Chinese, romanization of various Chinese names and words. These have also been romanized as Kin and Chin (Wade–Giles). "Jin" also occurs in Japanese and Korean. It may refer to:


States


Jìn 晉

* Jin (Chinese state) (晉國), major state of the Zhou dynasty, existing from the 11th century BC to 376 BC * Jin dynasty (266–420) (晉朝), also known as Liang Jin and Sima Jin * Jin (Later Tang precursor) (晉國; 907–923), Five Dynasties and Ten Kingdoms period * Later Jin (Five Dynasties) (後晉; 936–947), Five Dynasties and Ten Kingdoms period


Jīn 金

* Jin dynasty (1115–1234) (金朝), also known as the Jurchen Jin * Later Jin (1616–1636) (後金; 1616–1636), precursor of the Qing dynasty


Others

* Jin (Korean state) (辰國), precursor of the Jinhan Confederation * Balhae (698–713), originally known as Jin (震)


Places

* Jin Prefecture (Shanxi) (晉州), a former Chinese prefecture centered on present-day Linfen, Shanxi * Jin Prefecture (Shaanxi) (金州), a former Chinese efecture centered on present-day Ankang, Shaanxi * Jin Prefecture (Hunan) (锦州), a former Chinese prefecture centered on Luyang in present-day Hunan * Shanxi, official abbreviation Jin (晋) * Tianjin, official abbreviation Jin (津)


Rivers

* Jin River (Bei River), Jin River (锦江, ''Jǐn Jiāng''), a tributary of the Bei River in Guangdong * Jin River (Sichuan), Jin River (锦江, ''Jǐn Jiāng''), a tributary of the Min River in Sichuan * Jin River (Fujian), Jin River (晋江, ''Jìn Jiāng''), a river in Quanzhou Municipality, Fujian * Jin River (Xiang River), Jin River (靳江, ''Jìn Jiāng''), a tributary of the Xiang River in Hunan


Surnames

* Jin (Chinese surname), various Chinese surnames * Jin (Korean surname), various Korean surnames


Entertainment

* Jin (manga), ''Jin'' (manga), a Japanese manga series by Motoka Murakami ** Jin (TV series), ''Jin'' (TV series), a Japanese television adaptation of the manga * "Jin, the Wind Master", an List of Yu Yu Hakusho episodes, episode of ''Yu Yu Hakusho'' * ''Jîn'', a 2013 Turkish-German film * Jin (film), ''Jin'' (film), an upcoming Bangladeshi film


People

*, Japanese voice actor *, Japanese voice actor *Jin Akimoto (born 1971), Japanese mixed martial artist *MC Jin (born 1982), Hong Kong American rapper *, Japanese musician *, Japanese cyclist *, Japanese footballer *, Japanese handball player *, Japanese table tennis player * Kim Seok-jin (born 1992), stage name Jin, South Korean singer of the boy band BTS * Park Jin-woo (born 1996), stage name Jin Jin (진진) South Korean singer of the boy group Astro (South Korean band), Astro *Park Myung-eun (born 1996), stage name Jin, South Korean singer with the girl group Lovelyz *, Japanese footballer *, Japanese footballer


Fictional characters

* Jin Kazama, the protagonist of the ''Tekken'' video game series * Jin-Soo Kwon, a character in ''Lost'' * Jin, a List of O-Parts Hunter characters#Jin, character in the ''O-Parts Hunter'' series * Jin, a List of Samurai Champloo characters#Jin, character in ''Samurai Champloo'' media * Jin, a List of YuYu Hakusho characters#Jin, character in ''YuYu Hakusho'' * Jin Kariya, a List of Bleach characters#Bounts, character in the anime ''Bleach'' * Jin Kirigiri, a character in ''Danganronpa'' * Jin Kisaragi, a List of BlazBlue characters#Jin Kisaragi, character in ''BlazBlue'' video games * Jin Shirato, a List of Persona 3 characters, character in ''Persona 3'' * Jin Uzuki, a List of Xenosaga characters#Jin Uzuki, character in ''Xenosaga'' * Jin Ryu, a character in ''Beyblade (manga), Beyblade'' * Jin Kaien, a character in ''Grand Chase'' * Jin, the protagonist of the ''Choushinsei Flashman'' * Jin, an antagonist in ''Xenoblade Chronicles 2'' * Jin Bubaigawa, also known as Twice, an antagonist in ''My Hero Academia'' * Jin Saotome, main protagonist of ''Cyberbots: Full Metal Madness'' * Jin Sakai, main protagonist of ''Ghost of Tsushima''


Other uses

* JIN, the code for Jinja Airport in Uganda * Jin Air, a South Korean airline * Jin language * Chinese_units_of_measurement#Mass, Jīn (斤), the Chinese name for the catty, a traditional East Asian unit of weight * Jin, a deadwood bonsai techniques#Jin, deadwood bonsai technique


See also

* Jinhan confederacy (辰韓; 1st century BC – 4th century AD), also known as Qinhan * Jinn (disambiguation) * Jinzhou (disambiguation) * Jinjiang (disambiguation) * Gin (disambiguation) * Chin (disambiguation) {{disambiguation, given name Japanese masculine given names