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田湯

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Japanese tayu / たゆ Japanese (surname) Tayu

土湯

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Japanese tsuchiyu / つちゆ Japanese (place-name) Tsuchiyu

堂湯

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Japanese douyu / doyu / どうゆ Japanese (surname) Douyu

馬湯

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Japanese baba / ばば Japanese (place-name) Baba

抜湯

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Japanese nukuyu / ぬくゆ Japanese (place-name) Nukuyu

福湯

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Japanese fukuyu / ふくゆ Japanese (surname) Fukuyu

平湯

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Japanese hirayu / ひらゆ Japanese (place-name, surname) Hirayu

壁湯

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Japanese kabeyu / かべゆ Japanese (place-name) Kabeyu

摩湯

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Japanese mayu / まゆ Japanese (surname) Mayu

明湯

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Japanese akayu / あかゆ Japanese (surname) Akayu

木湯

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Japanese kiyu / きゆ Japanese (surname) Kiyu

和湯

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Japanese wayu / わゆ Japanese (surname) Wayu

栩湯

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Japanese tochiyu / とちゆ Japanese (place-name) Tochiyu

濱湯

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Japanese hamayu / はまゆ Japanese (surname) Hamayu

湯力水


汤力水

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Mandarin tāng lì shuǐ / tang1 li4 shui3
Taiwan t`ang li shui / tang li shui
Chinese tonic water

湯博樂


汤博乐

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Mandarin tāng bó lè / tang1 bo2 le4
Taiwan t`ang po le / tang po le
Chinese Tumblr (microblogging and social networking website)

湯原縣


汤原县

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Mandarin tāng yuán xiàn / tang1 yuan2 xian4
Taiwan t`ang yüan hsien / tang yüan hsien
Chinese Tangyuan county in Kiamusze or Jiamusi city 佳木斯[Jia1 mu4 si1], Heilongjiang

湯姆孫


汤姆孙

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Mandarin tāng mǔ sūn / tang1 mu3 sun1
Taiwan t`ang mu sun / tang mu sun
Chinese Thompson or Thomson (name)

湯姆遜


汤姆逊

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Mandarin tāng mǔ xùn / tang1 mu3 xun4
Taiwan t`ang mu hsün / tang mu hsün
Chinese Thomson (name)

湯旺河


汤旺河

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Mandarin tāng wàng hé / tang1 wang4 he2
Taiwan t`ang wang ho / tang wang ho
Chinese Tangwanghe district of Yichun city 伊春市[Yi1 chun1 shi4], Heilongjiang

湯普森


汤普森

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Mandarin tāng pǔ sēn / tang1 pu3 sen1
Taiwan t`ang p`u sen / tang pu sen
 Vertical Wall Scroll
Chinese Thompson (name)

湯玉麟


汤玉麟

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Mandarin tāng yù lín / tang1 yu4 lin2
Taiwan t`ang yü lin / tang yü lin
Chinese Tang Yulin (1871-1937), minor warlord in northeast China, sometime governor of Chengde 承德, mostly poor in battle but very successful at accumulating personal wealth

湯陰縣


汤阴县

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Mandarin tāng yīn xiàn / tang1 yin1 xian4
Taiwan t`ang yin hsien / tang yin hsien
Chinese Tangyin county in Anyang 安陽|安阳[An1 yang2], Henan

湯顯祖


汤显祖

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Mandarin tāng xiǎn zǔ / tang1 xian3 zu3
Taiwan t`ang hsien tsu / tang hsien tsu
Chinese Tang Xianzu (1550-1616), Ming poet and dramatist, author of The Peony Pavilion 牡丹亭[Mu3 dan5 Ting2]

湯餅筵


汤饼筵

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Mandarin tāng bǐng yán / tang1 bing3 yan2
Taiwan t`ang ping yen / tang ping yen
Chinese dinner party given on the third day after the birth of a baby (traditional)

湯あか

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

湯あみ

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Japanese yuami / ゆあみ Japanese (noun/participle) (taking a) bath; hot spring cure

湯がく

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Japanese yugaku / ゆがく Japanese (transitive verb) to parboil; to scald

湯くみ

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Japanese yukumi / ゆくみ Japanese (1) drawing hot water; person who draws hot water; (2) employee who pours clean hot water used for rinsing in a bathhouse; (3) ladle (esp. used in bath houses)

湯せん

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

湯でる

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Japanese yuderu / ゆでる    uderu / うでる Japanese (irregular kanji usage) (transitive verb) (1) to boil (something in hot water); (2) to treat with medicinal steam (a swelling, etc.)

湯で麺

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Japanese yudemen / ゆでめん Japanese (irregular kanji usage) boiled noodles

湯のし

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

湯のみ

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Japanese yunomi / ゆのみ Japanese (abbreviation) teacup

湯の花

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

湯の華

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

湯ぶね

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

湯引く

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Japanese yubiku / ゆびく Japanese (transitive verb) to parboil; to scald

湯飲み

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Japanese yunomi / ゆのみ Japanese (abbreviation) teacup

湯桶読

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Japanese yutouyomi / yutoyomi / ゆとうよみ Japanese (irregular okurigana usage) mixed kun-on reading

湯加減

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Japanese yukagen / ゆかげん Japanese water temperature (esp. bath)

湯巻き

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Japanese yumaki / ゆまき Japanese (1) (obscure) (See ゆもじ・1) women's waistcloth; loincloth; (2) garment worn by nobles when bathing

湯汲み

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Japanese yukumi / ゆくみ Japanese (1) drawing hot water; person who draws hot water; (2) employee who pours clean hot water used for rinsing in a bathhouse; (3) ladle (esp. used in bath houses)

湯治場

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Japanese toujiba / tojiba / とうじば Japanese (See 温泉場) hot-spring health resort

湯取り

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

湯上り

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Japanese yuagari / ゆあがり Japanese (noun - becomes adjective with の) (1) after a bath; after taking a bath; (2) large towel used after taking a bath; yukata worn after taking a bath

湯炊き

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Japanese yudaki / ゆだき Japanese (noun/participle) boiling (esp. rice)

湯切り

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Japanese yugiri / ゆぎり Japanese {food} draining hot water (e.g. from noodles)

湯掻く

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Japanese yugaku / ゆがく Japanese (transitive verb) to parboil; to scald

湯中り

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Japanese yuatari / ゆあたり Japanese (noun/participle) dizziness caused by prolonged hot bath

湯通し

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Japanese yudooshi / ゆどおし Japanese (noun/participle) (1) soaking fabric in lukewarm water (to soften and remove starch); desizing; moistening with steam; (2) blanching (food term); parboiling food

湯湯婆

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Japanese yutanpo / ゆたんぽ Japanese hot-water bottle

湯豆腐

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Japanese yudoufu / yudofu / ゆどうふ Japanese boiled tofu

湯呑み

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Japanese yunomi / ゆのみ Japanese (abbreviation) teacup

湯疲れ

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Japanese yuzukare / ゆづかれ Japanese (noun/participle) weariness caused by prolonged hot bath

湯風呂

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Japanese yuburo / ゆぶろ Japanese (1) (See 蒸し風呂) steam bath; (2) hot water bath; (place-name) Yufuro

湯沸し

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Japanese yuwakashi / ゆわかし Japanese teakettle; kettle

湯沸器

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Japanese yuwakashiki / ゆわかしき Japanese (irregular okurigana usage) water-heater; water-boiler

湯文字

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Japanese yumoji;imoji / ゆもじ;いもじ Japanese (1) (See 腰巻き) woman's loincloth (worn as a kimono underskirt); (2) (See 湯帷子) single-layer absorbent bathrobe (worn during or after a bath)

湯浴み

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Japanese yuami / ゆあみ Japanese (noun/participle) (taking a) bath; hot spring cure

湯立ち

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Japanese yudachi / ゆだち Japanese 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)

湯立て

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Japanese yudate / ゆだて Japanese 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)

湯冷め

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Japanese yuzame / ゆざめ Japanese (noun/participle) feeling chilly after taking a bath

湯帷子

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Japanese yukatabira / ゆかたびら Japanese (archaism) (See 浴衣) single-layer absorbent bathrobe (worn during or after a bath)

湯熨斗

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

湯藥寮


汤药寮

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Mandarin tāng yào liáo / tang1 yao4 liao2
Taiwan t`ang yao liao / tang yao liao
Japanese tōyakuryō
dispensary

湯の岳

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Japanese yunodake / ゆのだけ Japanese (personal name) Yunodake

湯の郷

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Japanese yunogou / yunogo / ゆのごう Japanese (personal name) Yunogou

湯の恵

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Japanese yunoe / ゆのえ Japanese (surname) Yunoe

湯の元

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Japanese yunomoto / ゆのもと Japanese (place-name) Yunomoto

湯の原

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Japanese yunoharu / ゆのはる    yunohara / ゆのはら Japanese (place-name) Yunoharu; (place-name) Yunohara

湯の口

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Japanese yunokuchi / ゆのくち Japanese (place-name) Yunokuchi

湯の山

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Japanese yunoyama / ゆのやま Japanese (place-name) Yunoyama

湯の出

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Japanese yunode / ゆので Japanese (place-name) Yunode

湯の沼

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Japanese yunonuma / ゆのぬま Japanese (personal name) Yunonuma

湯の上

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Japanese yunoue / yunoe / ゆのうえ Japanese (surname) Yunoue

湯の尻

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Japanese yunoshiri / ゆのしり Japanese (place-name) Yunoshiri

湯の森

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Japanese yunomori / ゆのもり Japanese (place-name) Yunomori

湯の神

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Japanese yunokami / ゆのかみ Japanese (place-name) Yunokami

湯の川

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Japanese yunokawa / ゆのかわ Japanese (place-name) Yunokawa

湯の沢

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Japanese yunosawa / ゆのさわ Japanese (place-name) Yunosawa

湯の谷

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Japanese yunodani / ゆのだに Japanese (personal name) Yunodani

湯の洞

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Japanese yunohora / ゆのほら Japanese (place-name) Yunohora

湯の迫

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Japanese yunosako / ゆのさこ Japanese (place-name) Yunosako

湯の浜

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Japanese yunohama / ゆのはま Japanese (place-name) Yunohama

湯の平

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Japanese yunohira / ゆのひら    yunotaira / ゆのたいら Japanese (place-name) Yunohira; (place-name) Yunotaira

湯の本

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Japanese yunohon / ゆのほん Japanese (place-name) Yunohon

湯の目

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Japanese yunome / ゆのめ Japanese (surname) Yunome

湯の里

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Japanese yunosato / ゆのさと Japanese (place-name) Yunosato

湯の脇

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Japanese yunowaki / ゆのわき Japanese (place-name) Yunowaki

湯ガ野

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Japanese yugano / ゆがの Japanese (place-name) Yugano

湯ケ島

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Japanese yugashima / ゆがしま Japanese (place-name) Yugashima

湯ケ峰

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Japanese yugamine / ゆがみね Japanese (personal name) Yugamine

湯ケ野

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Japanese yugano / ゆがの Japanese (place-name) Yugano

湯ノ浦

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Japanese yunoura / yunora / ゆのうら Japanese (place-name) Yunoura

湯ノ花

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Japanese yunohana / ゆのはな Japanese (place-name) Yunohana

湯ノ岳

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Japanese yunodake / ゆのだけ    yunotake / ゆのたけ Japanese (personal name) Yunodake; (surname) Yunotake

湯ノ恵

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Japanese yunokei / yunoke / ゆのけい Japanese (surname) Yunokei

湯ノ元

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Japanese yunomoto / ゆのもと Japanese (place-name) Yunomoto

湯ノ原

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Japanese yunohara / ゆのはら Japanese (place-name) Yunohara

Entries with 2nd row of characters: The 2nd row is Simplified Chinese.

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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

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