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Characters Pronunciation
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Mandarin tāng / tang1
Taiwan t`ang / tang
Japanese tan / タン    yu / ゆ
Chinese soup; hot or boiling water; decoction of medicinal herbs; water in which something has been boiled; rushing current; surname Tang
Japanese soup (chi: tang); (1) (See 水・みず・1) hot water; (2) hot bath; hot spring; (3) molten iron; (personal name) Yumine; (surname) Yusaki; (surname) Yuu; (surname) Yu; (surname) Tou; (surname) Tan
Hot liquid, hot water, soup, etc.


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Mandarin tāng jì / tang1 ji4
Taiwan t`ang chi / tang chi
Chinese decoction; potion


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Mandarin tāng jiā / tang1 jia1
Taiwan t`ang chia / tang chia
Japanese yuka / ゆか
Chinese Tonga, south pacific archipelago kingdom
Japanese (female given name) Yuka


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Mandarin tāng sháo / tang1 shao2
Taiwan t`ang shao / tang shao
Chinese soup ladle


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Mandarin tāng bāo / tang1 bao1
Taiwan t`ang pao / tang pao
Chinese steamed dumpling


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Mandarin tāng chí / tang1 chi2
Taiwan t`ang ch`ih / tang chih
Chinese soup spoon; tablespoon; CL:把[ba3]


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Mandarin tāng yuán / tang1 yuan2
Taiwan t`ang yüan / tang yüan
Japanese yuwara / ゆわら    yubaru / ゆばる    yubara / ゆばら    yuhara / ゆはら    yunohara / ゆのはら
Chinese Tangyuan county in Kiamusze or Jiamusi city 佳木斯[Jia1 mu4 si1], Heilongjiang
Japanese (place-name) Yuwara; (place-name) Yubaru; (place-name, surname) Yubara; (place-name, surname) Yuhara; (place-name) Yunohara


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Mandarin tāng yuán / tang1 yuan2
Taiwan t`ang yüan / tang yüan
Japanese tanyuen / タンユエン    tanyuェn / タンユェン    tanen / タンエン
Chinese boiled balls of glutinous rice flour, eaten during the Lantern Festival
Japanese (out-dated kanji) (food term) tangyuan; tang yuan; Chinese dumplings made from glutinous rice flour


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Mandarin tāng mǔ / tang1 mu3
Taiwan t`ang mu / tang mu
Chinese Tom (name)


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Mandarin tāng chuān / tang1 chuan1
Taiwan t`ang ch`uan / tang chuan
Japanese yunokawa / ゆのかわ    yugawa / ゆがわ    yukawa / ゆかわ
Chinese Yukawa (name); YUKAWA Hideki (1907-1988), Japanese theoretical physicist and Nobel laureate
Japanese (place-name) Yunokawa; (place-name, surname) Yugawa; (place-name, surname) Yukawa


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Mandarin tāng liào / tang1 liao4
Taiwan t`ang liao / tang liao
Chinese raw materials for making soup; packaged soup mix


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Mandarin tāng zhī / tang1 zhi1
Taiwan t`ang chih / tang chih
Chinese soup; broth


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Mandarin tāng quán / tang1 quan2
Taiwan t`ang ch`üan / tang chüan
Japanese yuizumi / ゆいずみ
Chinese hot spring (archaic)
Japanese (surname) Yuizumi


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Mandarin tāng yù / tang1 yu4
Taiwan t`ang yü / tang yü
Chinese (old) hot bath


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Mandarin tāng pán / tang1 pan2
Taiwan t`ang p`an / tang pan
Chinese soup plate


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Mandarin tāng wǎn / tang1 wan3
Taiwan t`ang wan / tang wan
Chinese soup bowl



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Mandarin tāng yào / tang1 yao4
Taiwan t`ang yao / tang yao
Japanese tōyaku
Chinese tisane; decoction (Chinese medicine)
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition


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Mandarin tāng yīn / tang1 yin1
Taiwan t`ang yin / tang yin
Chinese Tangyin county in Anyang 安陽|安阳[An1 yang2], Henan


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Mandarin tāng lèi / tang1 lei4
Taiwan t`ang lei / tang lei
Chinese soup dishes (on menu)


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Japanese toueki / toeki / とうえき Japanese decoction (in Chinese medicine)


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Japanese tanyuen / タンユエン    tanyuェn / タンユェン    tanen / タンエン Japanese (food term) tangyuan; tang yuan; Chinese dumplings made from glutinous rice flour


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Japanese yukemuri / ゆけむり Japanese steam


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Japanese yuya / ゆや    yunoya / ゆのや Japanese (1) public bathhouse; (2) building with a bath (esp. in a shrine or temple); (place-name, surname) Yuya; (place-name) Yunoya


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Japanese yutou / yuto / ゆとう Japanese pail-like wooden container typically lacquered in Japanese style, used for holding and serving hot liquids


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Japanese yunohana / ゆのはな Japanese hot-springs mineral deposits (resembling flowers); flowers of sulphur; geyserite; (place-name) Yunohana


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Japanese yuka / ゆか Japanese hot-springs mineral deposits (resembling flowers); flowers of sulphur; geyserite; (female given name) Yuka


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Japanese yukan / ゆかん Japanese (noun/participle) washing a corpse for burial


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Japanese yuge / ゆげ Japanese steam; vapour; vapor


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Japanese yudama / ゆだま Japanese bubbles in boiling water; (place-name) Yutama


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Japanese yugu / ゆぐ Japanese (1) accessories used for bathing; (2) (See 湯帷子,ゆまき・2,腰巻き,ゆもじ・2) garment used while bathing


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Japanese yumoto / ゆもと    yunomoto / ゆのもと Japanese source of a hot spring; (place-name, surname) Yumoto; (place-name) Yunomoto


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Japanese yuguchi / ゆぐち Japanese hot-water tap; hot spring; (place-name, surname) Yuguchi; (surname) Yukuchi


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Japanese yuaka / ゆあか Japanese scale (i.e. hard water coating in a kettle, etc.); fur


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Japanese touji / toji / とうじ Japanese (n,vs,adj-no) hot-spring cure; taking the baths; (surname) Yuji


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Japanese yumuro / ゆむろ Japanese (1) room for boiling water; (2) bathroom; bath; (surname) Yumuro


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Japanese yuni / ゆに Japanese (noun/participle) boil


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Japanese yutori / ゆとり Japanese (irregular okurigana usage) (1) clothing to absorb dampness after bathing; yukata; (2) (abbreviation) twice-boiled rice (for sick persons); (3) (archaism) scoop for removing bilge water


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Japanese yubune / ゆぶね    yufune / ゆふね Japanese (1) bathtub; (2) boat with a bathtub rented to customers (Edo period); (place-name, surname) Yubune; (surname) Yufune


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Japanese yuna / ゆな Japanese (1) women who assist bathers at hot-springs resorts; (2) (archaism) bathhouse prostitute


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Japanese yumizu / ゆみず Japanese (1) hot and cold water; (2) (See 湯水のように使う) abundant item; plentiful item; (surname) Yumizu


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Japanese yusen / ゆせん Japanese (noun/participle) warming something in a vessel placed in hot water


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Japanese yubune / ゆぶね    yufune / ゆふね Japanese (1) bathtub; (2) boat with a bathtub rented to customers (Edo period); (place-name) Yubune; (surname) Yufune


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Japanese yusen / ゆせん Japanese fee for public bath


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Japanese yubune / ゆぶね Japanese (1) bathtub; (2) boat with a bathtub rented to customers (Edo period)


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Japanese yudono / ゆどの Japanese (1) (See 風呂場) bathroom; (2) (archaism) bathing; (3) (archaism) bathing attendant (for a noble); (place-name, surname) Yudono


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Japanese yuba / ゆば Japanese tofu skin; dried beancurd; delicacy made from the skin of gently boiled soybean milk


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Japanese yubatake / ゆばたけ Japanese hot spring area where mineral deposits are harvested; (surname) Yuhata


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Japanese yuban / ゆばん Japanese person at a public bath in charge of heating the water and filling the baths


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Japanese yomoto / よもと    yumoto / ゆもと    yumito / ゆみと Japanese source of a hot spring; (surname) Yomoto; (place-name, surname) Yumoto; (surname) Yumito


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Japanese tanmen / タンメン Japanese (kana only) {food} Chinese-style stir-fried vegetable noodle soup (chi: tang mian)


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Japanese yuba / ゆば Japanese tofu skin; dried beancurd; delicacy made from the skin of gently boiled soybean milk; (surname) Yuba


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Japanese yudate / ゆだて    yutatsu / ゆたつ Japanese (irregular okurigana usage) Shinto ritual in which a shaman or priest soaks bamboo grass in boiling water and sprinkles the water on worshippers (originally a form of divination, later a purification ceremony, now primarily used to pray for good health); (place-name) Yudate; (surname) Yutatsu


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Japanese yuryou / yuryo / ゆりょう Japanese quantity of hot spring water


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Japanese yukan / ゆかん Japanese (noun/participle) washing a corpse for burial


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Japanese yunoshi / ゆのし Japanese (noun/participle) steam ironing



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Mandarin tāng tóu / tang1 tou2
Taiwan t`ang t`ou / tang tou
Japanese yugashira / ゆがしら
Japanese (surname) Yugashira
The monk in charge of the kettles, etc; hot water manager



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Mandarin shāng tāng / shang1 tang1
Taiwan shang t`ang / shang tang
Chinese Shang Tang (1646-? BC), legendary founder of the Shang Dynasty



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Mandarin nǎi tāng / nai3 tang1
Taiwan nai t`ang / nai tang
Chinese white broth, or milky broth: an unctuous, milky white pork broth of Chinese cuisine


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Mandarin tǔn tāng / tun3 tang1
Taiwan t`un t`ang / tun tang
Chinese to prepare a soup


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Mandarin chí tāng / chi2 tang1
Taiwan ch`ih t`ang / chih tang
Chinese large pool in a bathhouse


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Mandarin pào tāng / pao4 tang1
Taiwan p`ao t`ang / pao tang
Chinese to dawdle; to go slow deliberately; to fizzle out; to have all one's hopes dashed


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Mandarin yù tāng / yu4 tang1
Taiwan yü t`ang / yü tang
Chinese see 浴|汤浴[tang1 yu4]


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Mandarin qīng tāng / qing1 tang1
Taiwan ch`ing t`ang / ching tang
Chinese broth; clear soup; consommé


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Mandarin nóng tāng / nong2 tang1
Taiwan nung t`ang / nung tang
Chinese thick soup; puree


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Mandarin bāo tāng / bao1 tang1
Taiwan pao t`ang / pao tang
Chinese to simmer; soup made by simmering for a long time


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Mandarin bái tāng / bai2 tang1
Taiwan pai t`ang / pai tang
Japanese sayu / さゆ
Chinese clear soup; white broth, also called 奶|奶汤[nai3 tang1]; decoction of chrysanthemum, liquorice and certain other herbs
Japanese (plain) hot water; boiled water; (female given name) Sayu


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Mandarin gēng tāng / geng1 tang1
Taiwan keng t`ang / keng tang
Chinese soup


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Mandarin chì tāng / chi4 tang1
Taiwan ch`ih t`ang / chih tang
Chinese shark-fin soup


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Mandarin ròu tāng / rou4 tang1
Taiwan jou t`ang / jou tang
Chinese meat soup; broth


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Mandarin yǎo tāng / yao3 tang1
Taiwan yao t`ang / yao tang
Chinese to ladle out soup


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Mandarin jī tāng / ji1 tang1
Taiwan chi t`ang / chi tang
Chinese chicken stock


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Mandarin gāo tāng / gao1 tang1
Taiwan kao t`ang / kao tang
Japanese takayu / たかゆ
Chinese clear soup; soup stock
Japanese (place-name) Takayu


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Mandarin miàn tāng / mian4 tang1
Taiwan mien t`ang / mien tang
Chinese noodle soup; noodles in soup; noodle broth


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Japanese oyu / おゆ Japanese (1) (polite language) hot water; (2) (polite language) hot bath


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Japanese sayu / さゆ Japanese (plain) hot water; boiled water


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Japanese ameyu / あめゆ Japanese {food} (See 水飴,冷やし飴) thick malt syrup poured into boiling water and sprinkled with cinnamon (used as a refreshing summer drink)


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Japanese shioyu / しおゆ Japanese hot salt water (incl. bath); (surname) Shioba


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Japanese ontou / onto / おんとう Japanese comfortably hot bath; hot spring; (place-name) Nuruyu; (surname) Nuri; (surname) Nukuyu


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Japanese shimoyu / しもゆ Japanese (1) sitz bath; sitting bath; bath for the lower half of the body; (2) lower pool (e.g. in an onsen); lower bath; (surname) Shimoyu


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Japanese kaitou / kaito / かいとう Japanese opening of a hot spring or bath house


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Japanese sotoyu / そとゆ Japanese open air bath (in an inn, onsen, etc.); external hot spring bath


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Japanese kuzuyu / くずゆ Japanese kudzu starch gruel


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Japanese ashiyu / あしゆ Japanese footbath; hot spring bath designed for soaking one's feet


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Japanese kyuutou / kyuto / きゅうとう Japanese (noun/participle) hot-water supply


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Japanese oyu / おゆ Japanese (1) (polite language) hot water; (2) (polite language) hot bath


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Japanese sarayu / さらゆ Japanese clean, freshly poured bath; hot water just poured into a bath that no one has entered yet


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Japanese koshiyu / こしゆ Japanese sitz bath; hip bath


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Japanese sunayu / すなゆ Japanese sand bath; (place-name) Sunayu


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Japanese sakurayu / さくらゆ Japanese drink made of boiled water poured over preserved cherry leaves and blossoms; (surname) Sakurayu


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Japanese ubuyu / うぶゆ Japanese a baby's first bath; (place-name) Ubuyu


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Japanese wakayu / わかゆ Japanese first hot bath on New Year's Day


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Japanese omoyu / おもゆ Japanese thin rice gruel; rice water


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Japanese deyu / でゆ Japanese hot spring; (place-name, surname) Deyu


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Japanese hatsuyu / はつゆ Japanese first bath of the New Year


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Japanese onnayu / おんなゆ Japanese (See 男湯) women's bath; women's section in a public bath


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Japanese shantan / シャンタン    kamiyu / かみゆ Japanese (kana only) top-grade Chinese soup stock (chi: shang tang); (mainly used in names) upper pool (e.g. in onsen); upper bath


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Japanese shinyu / しんゆ    arayu / あらゆ Japanese clean, freshly poured bath; hot water just poured into a bath that no one has entered yet; (place-name, surname) Shin'yu; (place-name) Arayu


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Japanese sentou / sento / せんとう Japanese bath-house; public bath; (surname) Sentou


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Japanese iriyu / いりゆ Japanese roasted rice broth; roasted rice broth soup


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Japanese sentou / sento / せんとう Japanese bath-house; public bath


This page contains 100 results for "湯" in Chinese and/or Japanese.

Information about this dictionary:

Apparently, we were the first ones who were crazy enough to think that western people might want a combined Chinese, Japanese, and Buddhist dictionary.

A lot of westerners can't tell the difference between Chinese and Japanese - and there is a reason for that. Chinese characters and even whole words were borrowed by Japan from the Chinese language in the 5th century. Much of the time, if a word or character is used in both languages, it will have the same or a similar meaning. However, this is not always true. Language evolves, and meanings independently change in each language.

Example: The Chinese character 湯 for soup (hot water) has come to mean bath (hot water) in Japanese. They have the same root meaning of "hot water", but a 湯屋 sign on a bathhouse in Japan would lead a Chinese person to think it was a "soup house" or a place to get a bowl of soup. See this: Soup or Bath

This dictionary uses the EDICT and CC-CEDICT dictionary files.
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Chinese Buddhist terms come from Dictionary of Chinese Buddhist Terms by William Edward Soothill and Lewis Hodous. This is commonly referred to as "Soothill's'". It was first published in 1937 (and is now off copyright so we can use it here). Some of these definitions may be misleading, incomplete, or dated, but 95% of it is good information. Every professor who teaches Buddhism or Eastern Religion has a copy of this on their bookshelf. We incorporated these 16,850 entries into our dictionary database ourselves (it was lot of work).

Combined, these cover 355,969 Japanese, Chinese, and Buddhist characters, words, idioms, and short phrases.

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