Bibashi Butsu Daiosho Shiki Butsu Daiosho Bishafu Butsu Daiosho Kuruson Butsu Daiosho Kunagonmuni Butsu Daiosho Kash Butsu Daiosho Shakamuni Butsu Daiosho Makakash Daiosho Ananda Daiosho Shonawashu Daiosho Ubakikuta Daiosho Daitaka Daiosho Mishaka Daiosho Vashumitsu Daiosho Butsudanandai Daiosho Fudamtta Daiosho Barishiba Daiosho Funayasha Daiosho Anabotei Daiosho Kabimara Daiosho Nagyaharajuna Daiosho Kanadaiba Daiosho Ragorata Daiosho Sgyanandai Daiosho Kayashata Daiosho Kumorata DaioshoShayata Daiosho Vashubanzu Daiosho Manura Daiosho Kakurokuna Daiosho Shishibodai Daiosho Bashashita Daiosho Funyomtta Daiosho Hannyatara Daiosho Bodaidaruma Daiosho Taiso Eka Daiosho Kanchi Ssan Daiosho Dai-I Dshn Daiosho Daiman Konin Daiosho Daikan En Daiosho Seigen Gyshi Daiosho Sekit Kisen Daiosho Yakusan Igen Daiosho Ungan Donj Daiosho Tzan Rykai Daiosho Ungo Dy Daiosho Dan Dhi Daiosho Dan Kanshi Daiosho Ryozan Enkan Daiosho Taiy Kygen Daiosho Tsu Gisei Daiosho Fuy Dkai Daiosho Tanka Shijun Daiosho Chro Seiry Daiosho Tend Sgaku Daiosho Secch Chikan Daiosho Tendo Nyoj Daiosho Eihei Dgen Daiosho Koun Ej Daiosho Tetts Gikai Daiosho Keizan Jkin Daiosho Gasan Jseki Daiosho Taigen Sshin Daiosho Baizan Mompon Daiosho Jch Tengin DaioshoShingan Dk Daiosho Sens Esai Daiosho Iyoku Chy Daiosho Mugai Keigon Daiosho Nenshitsu Yokaku Daiosho Sess Hseki Daiosho Taiei Zesh Daiosho Nampo Gentaku Daiosho Zden Yok Daiosho Teny Sen Daiosho Kenan Junsa Daiosho Chkoku Koen Daiosho Sensh Donk Daiosho Fuden Gentotsu Daiosho Daishun Kanyu Daiosho Tenrin Kansh Daiosho Sessan Tetsuzen Daiosho Fuzan Shunki Daiosho Jissan Mokuin Daiosho Sengan Bonry Daiosho Daiki Kykan Daiosho Enj Gikan Daiosho Shun Hzui Daiosho Shizan Tokuchu Daiosho Nans Shinshu Daiosho Kankai Tokuon Daiosho Kosen Baid Daiosho Gyakushitsu Sojun Daiosho Butsumon Sogaku Daiosho Gyokujun So-on Daiosho Shgaku Shunry Daisho.

Note: These are names of the traditional Zen lineage of Dharma Transmission Ancestors from Shakyamuni Buddha (and the Buddhas before Buddha), from India through Bodhidharma into China, to Dogen in Japan, and up to Suzuki Roshi in America; given with the traditionally chanted Sino-Japanese pronunciations.