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Characters Pronunciation
Romanization
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湯渕沢

see styles
Japanese yubuchizawa / ゆぶちざわ Japanese (place-name) Yubuchizawa

湯澤斎

see styles
Japanese yuzawaitsuki / ゆざわいつき Japanese (person) Yuzawa Itsuki

三拗湯


三拗汤

see styles
Mandarin sān ào tāng / san1 ao4 tang1
Taiwan san ao t`ang / san ao tang
Chinese san'ao decoction (TCM)

八珍湯


八珍汤

see styles
Mandarin bā zhēn tāng / ba1 zhen1 tang1
Taiwan pa chen t`ang / pa chen tang
Chinese eight-treasure decoction, tonic formula used in Chinese medicine

參雞湯


参鸡汤

see styles
Mandarin shēn jī tāng / shen1 ji1 tang1
Taiwan shen chi t`ang / shen chi tang
Chinese samgyetang, popular Korean chicken soup with ginseng, spices etc

司湯達


司汤达

see styles
Mandarin sī tāng dá / si1 tang1 da2
Taiwan ssu t`ang ta / ssu tang ta
Chinese Stendhal

味噌湯


味噌汤

see styles
Mandarin wèi cēng tāng / wei4 ceng1 tang1
Taiwan wei ts`eng t`ang / wei tseng tang
Chinese miso soup

四物湯


四物汤

see styles
Mandarin sì wù tāng / si4 wu4 tang1
Taiwan ssu wu t`ang / ssu wu tang
Chinese four-substance decoction (si wu tang), tonic formula used in Chinese medicine

小湯山


小汤山

see styles
Mandarin xiǎo tāng shān / xiao3 tang1 shan1
Taiwan hsiao t`ang shan / hsiao tang shan
Japanese koyouzan / koyozan / こようざん
Chinese Xiaotangshan town in Beijing municipality
Japanese (personal name) Koyouzan

敷湯藥


敷汤药

see styles
Mandarin fū tāng yào / fu1 tang1 yao4
Taiwan fu t`ang yao / fu tang yao
Chinese (coll.) to pay compensation for medical expenses

灌米湯


灌米汤

see styles
Mandarin guàn mǐ tāng / guan4 mi3 tang1
Taiwan kuan mi t`ang / kuan mi tang
Chinese to flatter; to butter sb up

白湯山

see styles
Japanese hakutousan / hakutosan / はくとうさん Japanese (place-name) Hakutousan

羅宋湯


罗宋汤

see styles
Mandarin luó sòng tāng / luo2 song4 tang1
Taiwan lo sung t`ang / lo sung tang
Chinese borscht, a traditional beetroot soup

肉湯麵


肉汤面

see styles
Mandarin ròu tāng miàn / rou4 tang1 mian4
Taiwan jou t`ang mien / jou tang mien
Chinese noodles in meat soup

落湯雞


落汤鸡

see styles
Mandarin luò tāng jī / luo4 tang1 ji1
Taiwan lo t`ang chi / lo tang chi
Chinese a person who looks drenched and bedraggled; like a drowned rat; deep distress

蘑菇湯


蘑菇汤

see styles
Mandarin mó gu tāng / mo2 gu5 tang1
Taiwan mo ku t`ang / mo ku tang
Chinese mushroom soup

蛋花湯


蛋花汤

see styles
Mandarin dàn huā tāng / dan4 hua1 tang1
Taiwan tan hua t`ang / tan hua tang
Chinese clear soup containing beaten egg and green leafy vegetable; eggdrop soup

迷魂湯


迷魂汤

see styles
Mandarin mí hún tāng / mi2 hun2 tang1
Taiwan mi hun t`ang / mi hun tang
Chinese lit. waters of oblivion; mythological magic potion to bewitch sb

酸辣湯


酸辣汤

see styles
Mandarin suān là tāng / suan1 la4 tang1
Taiwan suan la t`ang / suan la tang
Japanese sanraatan;suuraatan;suanraatan / sanratan;suratan;suanratan / サンラータン;スーラータン;スアンラータン
Chinese hot and sour soup; sour and spicy soup
Japanese {food} hot and sour soup (chi: suān là tāng)

魚翅湯


鱼翅汤

see styles
Mandarin yú chì tāng / yu2 chi4 tang1
Taiwan yü ch`ih t`ang / yü chih tang
Chinese shark fin soup

あさ湯

see styles
Japanese asayu / あさゆ Japanese morning bath

いで湯

see styles
Japanese ideyu / いでゆ Japanese hot spring

うち湯

see styles
Japanese uchiyu / うちゆ Japanese indoor bath using water from a hot-spring

くず湯

see styles
Japanese kuzuyu / くずゆ Japanese kudzu starch gruel

そと湯

see styles
Japanese sotoyu / そとゆ Japanese open air bath (in an inn, onsen, etc.); external hot spring bath

そば湯

see styles
Japanese sobayu / そばゆ Japanese soba water; water left in the pot after one has boiled soba

ゆず湯

see styles
Japanese yuzuyu / ゆずゆ Japanese yuzu bath; hot citron bath

掛け湯

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Japanese kakeyu / かけゆ Japanese (1) pouring hot water on oneself before entering the bathtub; hot water poured on oneself before entering the bathtub; (2) pouring hot water on oneself repeatedly (type of hot-spring cure)

葛根湯

see styles
Japanese kakkontou / kakkonto / かっこんとう Japanese infusion of kudzu, cinnamon, etc., used as an antifebrile, for hangovers, etc.

干菜湯

see styles
Japanese hoshinayu / ほしなゆ Japanese (obscure) bath of dried leaves (esp. daikon and turnip)

給湯器

see styles
Japanese kyuutouki / kyutoki / きゅうとうき Japanese water heater; (domestic) boiler

給湯室

see styles
Japanese kyuutoushitsu / kyutoshitsu / きゅうとうしつ Japanese office kitchenette; room with facilities for boiling water

蕎麦湯

see styles
Japanese sobayu / そばゆ Japanese soba water; water left in the pot after one has boiled soba

銀湯鯉

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Japanese ginyugoi;ginyugoi / ぎんゆごい;ギンユゴイ Japanese (kana only) barred flagtail (Kuhlia mugil); five-bar flagtail

差し湯

see styles
Japanese sashiyu / さしゆ Japanese (addition of) hot water

参鶏湯

see styles
Japanese samugetan / サムゲタン Japanese samgyetang (kor:); chicken ginseng soup (Korean dish)

残し湯

see styles
Japanese nokoshiyu / のこしゆ Japanese (noun/participle) leaving water in the bathtub (to use later for laundry)

煮え湯

see styles
Japanese nieyu / にえゆ Japanese boiling water

出で湯

see styles
Japanese ideyu / いでゆ Japanese hot spring

菖蒲湯

see styles
Japanese shoubuyu / shobuyu / しょうぶゆ Japanese bathwater with iris petals

生姜湯

see styles
Japanese shougayu / shogayu / しょうがゆ Japanese ginger tea

生薑湯

see styles
Japanese shougayu / shogayu / しょうがゆ Japanese ginger tea

煎り湯

see styles
Japanese iriyu / いりゆ Japanese roasted rice broth; roasted rice broth soup

大湯屋

see styles
Japanese ooyuya / おおゆや Japanese (archaism) large bathhouse

茶の湯

see styles
Japanese chanoyu / ちゃのゆ Japanese tea ceremony

貯湯槽

see styles
Japanese chotousou / chotoso / ちょとうそう Japanese hot water tank

独参湯

see styles
Japanese dokujintou / dokujinto / どくじんとう Japanese crowd-puller; box-office certainty

入込湯

see styles
Japanese irikomiyu / いりこみゆ Japanese public bath with mixed bathing

入湯客

see styles
Japanese nyuutoukyaku / nyutokyaku / にゅうとうきゃく Japanese bathing guest at a hot spring

入湯税

see styles
Japanese nyuutouzei / nyutoze / にゅうとうぜい Japanese bath tax; hot spring tax

般若湯


般若汤

see styles
Mandarin bān ruò tāng / ban1 ruo4 tang1
Taiwan pan jo t`ang / pan jo tang
Japanese hannyatou / hannyato / はんにゃとう
Japanese (obscure) (Buddhist priest jargon) sake
The soup of wisdom, a name for wine.

微温湯

see styles
Japanese nuruyu / ぬるゆ Japanese tepid water; lukewarm water; (1) tepid water; lukewarm water; (adj-no,n) (2) comfortable; easy; relaxed; complacent; cossetted; unstimulating; dull; uneventful; (place-name) Nuruyu

柚子湯

see styles
Japanese yuzuyu / ゆずゆ Japanese yuzu bath; hot citron bath

留め湯

see styles
Japanese tomeyu / とめゆ Japanese (1) one's own bath; (2) (reusing) yesterday's bath water; (3) monthly pass for a public bath

炒り湯

see styles
Japanese iriyu / いりゆ Japanese roasted rice broth; roasted rice broth soup

大黃湯


大黄汤

see styles
Mandarin dà huáng tāng / da4 huang2 tang1
Taiwan ta huang t`ang / ta huang tang
Japanese daiō tō
great yellow potion

指湯果


指汤果

see styles
Mandarin zhǐ tāng guǒ / zhi3 tang1 guo3
Taiwan chih t`ang kuo / chih tang kuo
Japanese shi tōka
dispenser of medicines

置茶湯


置茶汤

see styles
Mandarin zhì chá tāng / zhi4 cha2 tang1
Taiwan chih ch`a t`ang / chih cha tang
Japanese oki chatō
pre-set tea and decoction

置蜜湯


置蜜汤

see styles
Mandarin zhì mì tāng / zhi4 mi4 tang1
Taiwan chih mi t`ang / chih mi tang
Japanese oki mittō
pre-set sweet decoction

共同湯

see styles
Japanese kyoudouyu / kyodoyu / きょうどうゆ Japanese (See 共同浴場・1) public bath; communal bath

芦之湯

see styles
Japanese ashinoyu / あしのゆ Japanese (place-name) Ashinoyu

伊湯岳

see styles
Japanese iyudake / いゆだけ    iyutake / いゆたけ Japanese (personal name) Iyudake; (personal name) Iyutake

稲子湯

see styles
Japanese inagoyu / いなごゆ Japanese (place-name) Inagoyu

越ノ湯

see styles
Japanese koshinoyu / こしのゆ Japanese (place-name) Koshinoyu

塩の湯

see styles
Japanese shionoyu / しおのゆ Japanese (place-name) Shionoyu

塩ノ湯

see styles
Japanese shionoyu / しおのゆ Japanese (place-name) Shionoyu

奥湯沢

see styles
Japanese okuyuzawa / おくゆざわ Japanese (place-name) Okuyuzawa

奥湯谷

see styles
Japanese okuyudani / おくゆだに Japanese (place-name) Okuyudani

奥湯本

see styles
Japanese okuyumoto / おくゆもと Japanese (place-name) Okuyumoto

横湯川

see styles
Japanese yokoyugawa / よこゆがわ Japanese (personal name) Yokoyugawa

黄金湯

see styles
Japanese ougonyu / ogonyu / おうごんゆ Japanese (place-name) Ougonyu

沖湯野

see styles
Japanese okiyuno / おきゆの Japanese (place-name) Okiyuno

温根湯

see styles
Japanese onneyu / おんねゆ Japanese (place-name) Onneyu

下の湯

see styles
Japanese shimonoyu / しものゆ Japanese (place-name) Shimonoyu

下温湯

see styles
Japanese shimonuri / しもぬり Japanese (surname) Shimonuri

下湯橋

see styles
Japanese shimoyubashi / しもゆばし Japanese (place-name) Shimoyubashi

下湯原

see styles
Japanese shimoyubara / しもゆばら Japanese (place-name) Shimoyubara

下湯口

see styles
Japanese shimoyuguchi / しもゆぐち Japanese (place-name) Shimoyuguchi

下湯向

see styles
Japanese shimoyumukai / しもゆむかい Japanese (place-name) Shimoyumukai

下湯江

see styles
Japanese shimoyue / しもゆえ Japanese (place-name) Shimoyue

下湯所

see styles
Japanese shimoyutokoro / しもゆところ Japanese (place-name) Shimoyutokoro

下湯場

see styles
Japanese shitayuba / したゆば Japanese (place-name) Shitayuba

下湯川

see styles
Japanese shimoyukawa / しもゆかわ Japanese (surname) Shimoyukawa

下湯沢

see styles
Japanese shimoyuzawa / しもゆざわ Japanese (place-name) Shimoyuzawa

下湯谷

see styles
Japanese shimoyuuya / shimoyuya / しもゆうや Japanese (place-name) Shimoyuuya

下湯田

see styles
Japanese shimoyuda / しもゆだ Japanese (place-name) Shimoyuda

下湯島

see styles
Japanese shimoyujima / しもゆじま Japanese (place-name) Shimoyujima

下湯日

see styles
Japanese shimoyui / しもゆい Japanese (place-name) Shimoyui

下湯平

see styles
Japanese shimoyunohira / しもゆのひら Japanese (place-name) Shimoyunohira

下湯別

see styles
Japanese shimoyubetsu / しもゆべつ Japanese (place-name) Shimoyubetsu

下湯北

see styles
Japanese shimoyukita / しもゆきた Japanese (surname) Shimoyukita

下湯本

see styles
Japanese shimoyumoto / しもゆもと Japanese (place-name) Shimoyumoto

下之湯

see styles
Japanese shimonoyu / しものゆ Japanese (place-name) Shimonoyu

下抜湯

see styles
Japanese shimonukuyu / しもぬくゆ Japanese (place-name) Shimonukuyu

加仁湯

see styles
Japanese kaniyu / かにゆ Japanese (place-name) Kaniyu

河原湯

see styles
Japanese kawarayu / かわらゆ Japanese (place-name) Kawarayu

崖ノ湯

see styles
Japanese gakenoyu / がけのゆ Japanese (place-name) Gakenoyu

岳の湯

see styles
Japanese takenoyu / たけのゆ Japanese (place-name) Takenoyu

岳ノ湯

see styles
Japanese takenoyu / たけのゆ Japanese (place-name) Takenoyu

寒湯沢

see styles
Japanese nuruyuzawa / ぬるゆざわ Japanese (place-name) Nuruyuzawa

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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Chinese Buddhist terms come from Dictionary of Chinese Buddhist Terms by William Edward Soothill and Lewis Hodous. This is commonly referred to as "Soothill's'". It was first published in 1937 (and is now off copyright so we can use it here). Some of these definitions may be misleading, incomplete, or dated, but 95% of it is good information. Every professor who teaches Buddhism or Eastern Religion has a copy of this on their bookshelf. We incorporated these 16,850 entries into our dictionary database ourselves (it was lot of work).



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