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日 is the word for sun. It also means day, and can refer to the day of the month when expressing the date.
Example: October 1st would be "10 Moons, 1 Sun."
This character is also the first Kanji for the title of Japan (in Chinese, Japanese Kanji and Korean Hanja). Thus, this character is used as an adjective for things that are Japanese.
Ever heard of Japan being called, "The land of the rising sun"? Well, that's what the full title of Japan means.
Depending on context, this character can mean Sunshine or Sunlight.
Note: In Japanese, this Kanji has a variety of possible pronunciations. The pronunciation changed depending on context and how this Kanji is combined with other Kanji. When used alone, this is usually "hi" (pronounced like "hee") but sometimes it's "nichi." When combined, it can be "tsu," "ni," "ka," and a few others.
太陽 is a two-character title for the Sun.
This refers specifically to Sol, the star at the center of our Solar system.
In Japanese, this is often romanized as Taiyou or Taiyo, but can also be pronounced as the names Minami, Hiroaki, Hinata, Hikaru, Tsubasa, Tahi, Takayasu, Takaharu, or Soru.
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 sun solar search...
If shown, 2nd row is Simp. Chinese
|Simple Dictionary Definition|
| tài yang / tai4 yang5
t`ai yang / tai yang
taiyou / taiyo たいよう
| sun; CL:個|个[ge4]; abbr. for 太陽穴|太阳穴[tai4 yang2 xue2]
sun; solar; (female given name) Minami; (personal name) Hiroaki; (female given name) Hinata; (female given name) Hikaru; (female given name) Ti-da; (female given name) Tsubasa; (female given name) Tahi; (personal name) Takayasu; (given name) Takaharu; (p,s,f) Taiyou; (female given name) Soru; (female given name) San
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| taiyouchou / taiyocho たいようちょう
|| solar tide (tides caused by the Sun)
| taiyouchuu / taiyochu たいようちゅう
|| sun pillar; solar pillar
| tenpiboshi てんぴぼし
|| (n,vs,adj-no) sun drying; solar drying
| tài yáng guāng zhù / tai4 yang2 guang1 zhu4
t`ai yang kuang chu / tai yang kuang chu
| solar pillar; sun pillar (atmospheric optics)
| èr shí sì jié qi / er4 shi2 si4 jie2 qi5
erh shih ssu chieh ch`i / erh shih ssu chieh chi
| the 24 solar terms, calculated from the position of the sun on the ecliptic, that divide the year into 24 equal periods
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The following table may be helpful for those studying Chinese or Japanese...
|Title||Characters||Romaji(Romanized Japanese)||Various forms of Romanized Chinese|
|日||hi / nichi||rì / ri4 / ri||jih|
|tai you / taiyou / tai yo / taiyo||tài yang / tai4 yang5 / tai yang / taiyang||t`ai yang / taiyang / tai yang|
|Day||日||hi / nichi||rì / ri4 / ri||jih|
|In some entries above you will see that characters have different versions above and below a line.|
In these cases, the characters above the line are Traditional Chinese, while the ones below are Simplified Chinese.
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