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三月 is the Chinese, Japanese, and Chinese way to write the month of March.
This literally reads as "third month" or "third moon."
日 is how to write "day" in Chinese, Japanese and Korean Hanja.
This can also mean "Sun," the star in the middle of the Solar system in which we live. In Japanese, it can also mean "sunshine" or even "Sunday."
When writing the date in modern Chinese and Japanese, putting a number in front of this character indicates the day of the month. Of course, you need to indicate the month too... The month is expressed with a number followed by the character for the moon. So "three moons ten suns" would be "March 10th" or "3/10."
Note: 日 is also the first character for the proper name of Japan. Remember that Japan is "The land of the rising sun"? Well, the first character for Japan means "sun" the second means "origin" so you get the real meaning now. Sometimes, in China, this sun character can be a short name for Japan or a suffix for something of or from Japan.
Below are some entries from our dictionary that may match your month of march search...
If shown, 2nd row is Simp. Chinese
|Simple Dictionary Definition|
| sān yuè / san1 yue4
| March; third month (of the lunar year)
three months; (adverbial noun) March; (female given name) Yayoi; (female given name) Midzuki; (surname) Mitsutsuki; (female given name) Mitsuki; (female given name) Maachi; (female given name) Satsuki
More info / calligraphy:
Month of March
| mǎo / mao3
bou / bo ぼう
| mortise (slot cut into wood to receive a tenon); 4th earthly branch: 5-7 a.m., 2nd solar month (6th March-4th April), year of the Rabbit; ancient Chinese compass point: 90° (east); variant of 鉚|铆[mao3]; to exert one's strength
fourth sign of Chinese zodiac (The Hare, 5am-7am, east, February); (personal name) Bou; (male given name) Shigeru; (personal name) Shige; (personal name) U; (given name) Akira
| yín / yin2
| 3rd earthly branch: 3-5 a.m., 1st solar month (4th February-5th March), year of the Tiger; ancient Chinese compass point: 60°
third sign of Chinese zodiac (The Tiger, 3am-5am, east-northeast, January); (surname) Fusa; (personal name) Toraji; (surname) Tora; (given name) Susumu; (personal name) I
| chén / chen2
ch`en / chen
| 5th earthly branch: 7-9 a.m., 3rd solar month (5th April-4th May), year of the Dragon; ancient Chinese compass point: 120°
fifth sign of Chinese zodiac (The Dragon, 7am-9am, east-southeast, March); (given name) Yoshi; (given name) Noburu; (personal name) Tatsumasa; (personal name) Tatsuji; (surname) Tatsusaki; (surname, female given name) Tatsu; (personal name) Jin; (given name) Shin
Hour; time; the celestial bodies.
| sangatsujin さんがつじん
|| last day of March; last day of the third lunar month (marking the end of spring)
| zhì dá luō / zhi4 da2 luo1
chih ta lo
| Caitra, the spring month in which the full moon is in this constellation, i. e. Virgo or 角; M. W. gives it as March-April, in China it is the first month of spring from the 16th of the first moon to the 15th of the second. Also idem 制多 caitya; (Skt. Caitra)
| dá luō xǐ / da2 luo1 xi3
ta lo hsi
| Caitra-māsa, tr. as the 正月 or first month; M. W. gives March-April.
| pō lēi jù nà / po1 lei1 ju4 na4
p`o lei chü na / po lei chü na
| (or 頗勒窶拏) Phālguna, the twelfth month in India (February-March).
| pǒ luō yú nà xǐ / po3 luo1 yu2 na4 xi3
p`o lo yü na hsi / po lo yü na hsi
| 叵勒拏; 頗攞遇捉; 頗勒窶拏 phālgunamāsa, the twelfth month; M. W. says February-March, the month, māsa, of the Nakṣatra Phālgunī.
The following table may be helpful for those studying Chinese or Japanese...
|Title||Characters||Romaji(Romanized Japanese)||Various forms of Romanized Chinese|
|Month of March||三月||mitsuki / sangatsu||sān yuè / san1 yue4 / san yue / sanyue||san yüeh / sanyüeh|
|Day||日||hi / nichi||rì / ri4 / ri||jih|
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