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The Jīn Dynasty, also known as the Jurchen Dynasty, was founded by the Wanyan clan of the Jurchens, the ancestors of the Manchus who established the Qing Dynasty some 500 years later. The name is sometimes written as Jinn to differentiate it from an earlier Jìn Dynasty of China whose name is spelled identically in the Roman alphabet. (Wikipedia) - Jin
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Jin may refer to:

  • Catty (Chinese: 斤 jīn), a traditional East Asian unit of weight
  • Jin (Chinese surname), Chinese surnames
  • Jin (Korean surname), Korean surnames
  • 1 Chinese history
  • 2 Korean history
  • 3 Contemporary culture
  • 4 Characters
  • 5 See also
Chinese history
  • Jin (Chinese state) (晉) (11th century BC – 376 BC), a state during the Spring and Autumn period
  • Jin Dynasty (265–420) (晉), a dynasty split into 2 eras, Western Jin and Eastern Jin
  • Jin (Five Dynasties) (晉) (907–923), precursor to Later Tang during the Five Dynasties and Ten Kingdoms period
  • Later Jin (Five Dynasties) (晉) (936–947), a state during the Five Dynasties and Ten Kingdoms period
  • Jin Dynasty (1115–1234) (金), a Jurchen dynasty
  • Later Jin (金) (1616–1636), precursor to the Qing Dynasty
Korean history
  • Jin (Korean state) (辰) (3rd – 2nd centuries BC)
  • Jinhan confederacy (辰) (1st century BC – 4th century AD), one of the "Three Hans"
  • Balhae (698–926), known as Jin (震) before 713
Contemporary culture
  • Jin (rapper) (born 1982), Chinese-American entertainer
  • Jin Akanishi (born 1984), Japanese musician
  • Jin (ジン), a.k.a. Jinn (band)
  • Jin Records, a Louisiana-based swamp pop record label
  • Jin (manga) (仁), a 2000-2010 manga series by Motoka Murakami.
  • Jin (TV series), the Tokyo Broadcasting System live-action Japanese drama adaptation released in 2009 and 2011 starring Takao Osawa
  • Jin, the Wind Master (YuYu Hakusho episode)
  • Jin Air, a low cost airline originating from South Korea
  • Jin, a free chess software for Java virtual machine
  • Jin, a deadwood bonsai technique
  • JIN, Jinja Airport in Uganda.
  • Jin, a leading character in Samurai Champloo media
  • Jin or Red Flash, one of Flashmen in Choushinsei Flashman
  • Jin, a character in O-Parts Hunter series
  • Jin (YuYu Hakusho), a demon with mastery over the wind in YuYu Hakusho
  • Jin Kariya, a character in Bleach anime
  • Jin Kazama, a character in Tekken video games
  • Jin Saotome, a character in Cyberbots: Full Metal Madness
  • Jin Masato, a character in Tokumei Sentai Go-Busters
  • Jin Uzuki, a character in Xenosaga
  • Jin-Soo Kwon, a character in Lost
  • Jin Kuga, a character in Kamichama Karin
  • Jin Kisaragi, a character in BlazBlue video games
  • Dr. Jin Minakata, the title character in Jin, a Japanese seinen manga written and illustrated by Motoka Murakami, and has been adapted to a 2009 Japanese drama series, played by Takao Osawa

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