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Honey in Chinese / Japanese...

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Honey / Nectar

Japan mitsu
Honey / Nectar Vertical Wall Scroll

蜜 is the simplest way to write "honey" in Chinese, old Korean Hanja, and Japanese Kanji.

This can also be the female given name "Mitsu" in Japanese.


China hé nèi
Honey Vertical Wall Scroll

和內 is a common transliteration to Mandarin Chinese for the name Honey.

This sounds like "honey" in Chinese but does not mean honey (product of bees).


Japan hanii
Honey Vertical Wall Scroll

ハニー is the name Honey written in Katakana (phonetic Japanese).

Note: Because this title is entirely Japanese Katakana , it should be written by a Japanese calligrapher.

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If shown, 2nd row is Simp. Chinese

Simple Dictionary Definition

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Mandarin mèi / mei4
Taiwan mei
Japanese imouto / imoto / いもうと    imo / いも
Honey Vertical Wall Scroll
Chinese younger sister
Japanese (humble language) younger sister; (1) (archaism) (familiar language) darling (only of a woman); dear; honey; my betrothed; (2) (archaism) one's sister; (3) (archaism) (familiar language) (feminine speech) friend; (female given name) Mai; (surname) Sezaki; (place-name) Se; (place-name) Imoto

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Mandarin/ mi4
Taiwan mi
Japanese mitsu(p);michi(ok) / みつ(P);みち(ok)
Honey Vertical Wall Scroll
Chinese honey
Japanese (1) nectar; (2) honey; (3) honeydew; (4) treacle; molasses; (5) sorbitol (when visible as dark patches inside an apple); (female given name) Mitsu
Honey; translit. m.


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Japanese hanii / hani / ハニー
Honey Vertical Wall Scroll
Japanese honey; (personal name) Honey

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Mandarin fú // fū / fu2 // fu1
Taiwan fu
Japanese tsuma / つま    so / そ    otto / おっと    o / お
Chinese (classical) this, that; he, she, they; (exclamatory final particle); (initial particle, introduces an opinion); husband; man; manual worker; conscripted laborer (old)
Japanese (1) (archaism) my dear; dear; honey; (2) (kana only) garnish (esp. one served with sashimi); (3) (kana only) embellishment; (1) (archaism) that; (2) (archaism) he; she; that person; husband; (n-pref,n-suf,n) (1) male; man; (2) (archaism) husband; (surname) Pu; (personal name) Furukatsuto; (personal name) Furi; (surname) Fu; (personal name) Osachi
A man; a sage, officer, hero; a husband, mate; a fellow; a particle, i. e. for, so, etc.

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Mandarin zào / zao4
Taiwan tsao
Chinese Chinese honey locust (Gleditsia sinensis); now written zào jiá 皂莢|皂荚

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Mandarin/ nu:3
Chinese cakes of rice-flour and honey

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Mandarin niàng / niang4
Taiwan niang
Chinese to ferment; to brew; to make honey (of bees); to lead to; to form gradually; wine; stuffed vegetables (cooking method)

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Mandarin yīng / ying1
Taiwan ying
Japanese mizore / みぞれ
Chinese sleet; snowflakes
Japanese (1) (kana only) sleet (mixture of snow and rain); (2) (kana only) shaved ice topped with honey; (female given name) Mizore


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Mandarin sān tián / san1 tian2
Taiwan san t`ien / san tien
Japanese sankan
The three sweet things— cream, honey, curd; three sweets


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Mandarin hā ní / ha1 ni2
Taiwan ha ni
Chinese honey (term of endearment) (loanword)


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Mandarin sì shé / si4 she2
Taiwan ssu she
Japanese shida
idem 四毒蛇. The Fanyimingyi under this heading gives the parable of a man who fled from the two bewildering forms of life and death, and climbed down a rope (of life) 命根, into the well of impermanence 無常, where two mice, night and day, gnawed the rattan rope; on the four sides four snakes 四蛇 sought to poison him, i. e. the 四大 or four elements of his physical nature); below were three dragons 三毒龍 breathing fire and trying to seize him. On looking up he saw that two 象 elephants (darkness and light) had come to the mouth of the well; he was in despair, when a bee flew by and dropped some honey (the five desires 五欲) into his mouth, which he ate and entirely forgot his peril.


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Japanese shinmitsu / しんみつ Japanese fresh honey; newly harvested honey; virgin honey


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Japanese naratake;naratake / ならたけ;ナラタケ Japanese (kana only) honey fungus (Armillaria mellea); honey mushroom


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Japanese saikachi / さいかち Japanese (kana only) honey locust (Gleditsia japonica); (place-name) Saikachi



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Mandarin zào jiá / zao4 jia2
Taiwan tsao chia
Chinese Chinese honey locust (Gleditsia sinensis)


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Mandarin zào jiǎo / zao4 jiao3
Taiwan tsao chiao
Chinese Chinese honey locust (Gleditsia sinensis)


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Mandarin shí mì / shi2 mi4
Taiwan shih mi
Japanese sekimitsu
Stone honey; a toffee, made of sugar, or sugar and cream (or butter).


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Japanese koeoke / こえおけ Japanese night-soil bucket; honey bucket


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Japanese hachikuma / はちくま Japanese (kana only) crested honey buzzard (Pernis ptilorhynchus); Oriental honey buzzard; pern


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Mandarin fēng mì / feng1 mi4
Taiwan feng mi
Japanese hatsumitsu / はつみつ    hachimitsu / はちみつ
Chinese honey
Japanese (ik) (kana only) honey; (kana only) honey; (female given name) Hanii; (female given name) Hachimitsu
[bees'] honey; [bees'] honey


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Mandarin mì náng / mi4 nang2
Taiwan mi nang
Chinese honey sac (bee anatomy)


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Mandarin mì táo / mi4 tao2
Taiwan mi t`ao / mi tao
Chinese honey peach; juicy peach


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Mandarin mì táng / mi4 tang2
Taiwan mi t`ang / mi tang
Chinese honey


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Mandarin mì guàn / mi4 guan4
Taiwan mi kuan
Chinese honey pot; fig. comfortable living conditions; privileged environment


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Mandarin mì fēng / mi4 feng1
Taiwan mi feng
Japanese mitsubachi;michibachi(ik);mitsubachi / みつばち;みちばち(ik);ミツバチ
Chinese bee; honeybee; CL:隻|只[zhi1],群[qun2]
Japanese (kana only) honeybee (Apis sp.); honey bee



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Mandarin mì jiàn / mi4 jian4
Taiwan mi chien
Chinese food preserved in sugar or honey


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Japanese shutou / shuto / しゅとう Japanese dish of pickled skipjack tuna entrails sometimes mixed with sake, honey, mirin and onions (specialty of Kochi Prefecture)


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Mandarin ā nān / a1 nan1
Taiwan a nan
Chinese honey (endearment in addressing a little girl)


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Mandarin shí mì / shi2 mi4
Taiwan shih mi
To eat honey, i.e. to absorb the Buddha's teaching.


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Japanese hachimitsu / はちみつ Japanese (kana only) honey

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The following table may be helpful for those studying Chinese or Japanese...

Title CharactersRomaji(Romanized Japanese)Various forms of Romanized Chinese
mitsumì / mi4 / mi
hé nèi / he2 nei4 / he nei / heneiho nei / honei
Honeyハニーhanii / hani
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