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Sugar in Chinese / Japanese...

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Sato

Japanese Surname
China shā táng
Japan satou / sato
Sato Vertical Wall Scroll

砂糖 is a Japanese surname, "Sato." This also means sugar or granulated sugar in both Chinese and Japanese.


There are several given names and surnames that romanize as Sato from Japanese. To see more, check out this link: Sato.
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Below are some entries from our dictionary that may match your sugar search...

Characters

If shown, 2nd row is Simp. Chinese

Pronunciation
Romanization
Simple Dictionary Definition

砂糖

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Mandarin shā táng / sha1 tang2
Taiwan sha t`ang / sha tang
Japanese satou / sato / さとう
Sato Vertical Wall Scroll
Chinese granulated sugar
Japanese sugar; (surname) Satou
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

シャリ

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Japanese shari / シャリ
Sato Vertical Wall Scroll
Japanese (food term) sushi rice; rice seasoned with vinegar, sugar and salt

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Mandarin táng / tang2
Taiwan t`ang / tang
Japanese tou / to / とう
Chinese sugar; sweets; candy; CL:顆|颗[ke1],塊|块[kuai4]
Japanese (n,n-suf) sugar; (surname) Tou

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Mandarin tián / tian2
Taiwan t`ien / tien
Chinese sugar beet

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Mandarin zhè / zhe4
Taiwan che
Chinese sugar cane

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Mandarin/ yi2
Taiwan i
Japanese tagane / たがね    ame / あめ
Chinese syrup
Japanese (archaism) confection (e.g. candy, mochi); sweet; (1) {food} (hard) candy; toffee; (2) {food} rice-sugar; sugar made from the starch of rice, potatoes, etc.; (3) (abbreviation) (See 飴色) amber; yellowish-brown; (surname) Ame; (personal name) Ami; (personal name) Ako

ざら

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Japanese zara / ざら Japanese (adjectival noun) (1) (See ざらにある,ざらにいる) common; commonplace; (2) reckless; (3) (abbreviation) (See ざら紙) pulp paper; (4) (abbreviation) (See ざらめ糖) granulated sugar; (5) (archaism) coins; small change

三盆

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Japanese sanbon / さんぼん Japanese (See 和三盆) fine high-grade Japanese refined sugar

乳糖

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Mandarin rǔ táng / ru3 tang2
Taiwan ju t`ang / ju tang
Japanese nyuutou / nyuto / にゅうとう
Chinese lactose
Japanese (noun - becomes adjective with の) milk sugar; lactose

代糖

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Mandarin dài táng / dai4 tang2
Taiwan tai t`ang / tai tang
Chinese sugar substitute

低糖

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Japanese teitou / teto / ていとう Japanese (can be adjective with の) reduced sugar

冰糖

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Mandarin bīng táng / bing1 tang2
Taiwan ping t`ang / ping tang
Chinese crystal sugar; rock candy

割下

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Japanese warishita / わりした Japanese (food term) (abbreviation) sukiyaki stock; stock mixed with soy sauce, mirin and sugar (used to flavor sukiyaki); (surname) Warishita

原糖

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Japanese gentou / gento / げんとう Japanese unrefined sugar

反し

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Japanese kaeshi / かえし Japanese (1) reversal; return; (2) return gift; return favour (favor); (3) barb (on a fishing hook); (4) mixture of soy sauce, sugar and mirin

含糖

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Japanese gantou / ganto / がんとう Japanese (noun - becomes adjective with の) sugar content

太白

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Mandarin tài bái / tai4 bai2
Taiwan t`ai pai / tai pai
Japanese taihaku / たいはく
Chinese Taibai County in Baoji 寶雞|宝鸡[Bao3 ji1], Shaanxi; Venus
Japanese (1) (abbreviation) (See 太白星) Venus (planet); (2) thick silk thread; (3) refined sugar; (4) (abbreviation) (See 太白飴) white rice jelly; (5) variety of sweet potato; (female given name) Takiyo; (f,p) Taihaku; (surname) Ooshiro

尿糖

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Japanese nyoutou / nyoto / にょうとう Japanese urinary sugar

微糖

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Japanese bitou / bito / びとう Japanese (noun - becomes adjective with の) (lower than 低糖) low in sugar

拔絲


拔丝

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Mandarin bá sī / ba2 si1
Taiwan pa ssu
Chinese wire drawing; candied floss (cooking); spun sugar or toffee (coating)

方糖

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Mandarin fāng táng / fang1 tang2
Taiwan fang t`ang / fang tang
Chinese sugar cube

日種


日种

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Mandarin rì zhǒng / ri4 zhong3
Taiwan jih chung
Japanese nitsushiyu / につしゆ    nisshu / にっしゅ
Japanese (surname) Nitsushiyu; (surname) Nisshu
Sūrya-vaṃśa, one of the five surnames of Śākyamuni, sun-seed or lineage, his first ancestors having been produced by the sun from. 'two stalks of sugar-cane'; v. Ikṣvāku.

旦那

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Mandarin dàn nà / dan4 na4
Taiwan tan na
Japanese asana / あさな
Japanese (1) master (of a house, shop, etc.); (2) husband (informal); (3) sir; boss; master; governor; word used to address a male patron, customer, or person of high status; (4) patron of a mistress, geisha, bar or nightclub hostess; sugar daddy; (5) (Buddhist term) alms (san:); almsgiving; almsgiver; (female given name) Asana
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

旨煮

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Japanese umani / うまに Japanese (food term) fish, meat, and vegetables stewed in a thick, sweet sauce of soy sauce, sugar and mirin

木糖

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Mandarin mù táng / mu4 tang2
Taiwan mu t`ang / mu tang
Japanese mokutou / mokuto / もくとう
Chinese xylose (type of sugar)
Japanese (See キシリトール) xylose; wood sugar

果糖

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Mandarin guǒ táng / guo3 tang2
Taiwan kuo t`ang / kuo tang
Japanese katou / kato / かとう
Chinese fructose
Japanese fructose; fruit sugar

桄榔

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Mandarin guāng láng / guang1 lang2
Taiwan kuang lang
Chinese arenga or sugar palm (Arenga pinnata)

梅酒

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Japanese umeshu / うめしゅ Japanese (See 梅・うめ・1) ume liqueur; Japanese plum brandy; unripe ume infused in liquor (esp. shochu) with added sugar

楓糖

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Mandarin fēng táng / feng1 tang2
Taiwan feng t`ang / feng tang
Japanese fuutou;kaedetou / futo;kaedeto / ふうとう;かえでとう
Chinese maple syrup
Japanese (See メープルシュガー) maple sugar

檀那

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Mandarin tán nà / tan2 na4
Taiwan t`an na / tan na
Japanese danna / だんな
Japanese (1) master (of a house, shop, etc.); (2) husband (informal); (3) sir; boss; master; governor; word used to address a male patron, customer, or person of high status; (4) patron of a mistress, geisha, bar or nightclub hostess; sugar daddy; (5) (Buddhist term) alms (san:); almsgiving; almsgiver
陀那 dāna to give, donate, bestow, charity, alms; supporter of a Buddhist temple

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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
Sato砂糖satou / sato
sato / sato
sato/sato
shā táng / sha1 tang2 / sha tang / shatangsha t`ang / shatang / sha tang



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