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Characters Pronunciation
Romanization
Simple Dictionary Definition

see styles
dùn
    dun4
tun
 tate
    たて

More info & calligraphy:

Shield
shield; (currency) Vietnamese dong; currency unit of several countries (Indonesian rupiah, Dutch gulden etc)
shield; buckler; escutcheon; pretext; (surname) Tate

see styles
gùn
    gun4
kun
stick; rod; truncheon

see styles
shǔn
    shun3
shun
 yakata
    やかた
draw forth; horizontal railing
shield; buckler; escutcheon; pretext; (personal name) Yakata


see styles
jiǎn
    jian3
chien
ancient weapon like a long solid metal truncheon

仁川

see styles
rén chuān
    ren2 chuan1
jen ch`uan
    jen chuan
 inchon
    インチョン
Incheon Metropolitan City in Gyeonggi Province 京畿道[Jing1 ji1 dao4], South Korea
Incheon (South Korea); Inchon; (place-name) Incheon (South Korea); Inchon; Yingcheng

出土

see styles
chū tǔ
    chu1 tu3
ch`u t`u
    chu tu
 shutsudo
    しゅつど
to dig up; to appear in an excavation; unearthed; to come up out of the ground
(n,vs,vi) archeological excavation (archaeological)

削器

see styles
 sakki
    さっき
{archeol} (See スクレーパー) (stone) scraper

十手

see styles
 jutte
    じゅって
    jitte
    じって
(archaism) short truncheon with a hook made of metal or wood (used by policeman and private thief-takers in Edo Japan)

午餐

see styles
wǔ cān
    wu3 can1
wu ts`an
    wu tsan
 gosan
    ごさん
lunch; luncheon; CL:份[fen4],頓|顿[dun4],次[ci4]
(noun/participle) lunch; dinner

土馬

see styles
 tsuchima
    つちま
{archeol} clay horse (Kofun and Nara periods); (surname) Tsuchima

墓葬

see styles
mù zàng
    mu4 zang4
mu tsang
(archeology) grave; tomb

大樽

see styles
 ootaru
    おおたる
hogshead; puncheon; foudre; (surname) Ootaru

大田

see styles
dà tián
    da4 tian2
ta t`ien
    ta tien
 tejon
    テジョン
Datian county in Sanming 三明[San1 ming2], Fujian; Daejeon Metropolitan City, capital of South Chungcheong Province 忠清南道[Zhong1 qing1 nan2 dao4], South Korea
(place-name) Daejon (South Korea); Taejon

実手

see styles
 jutte
    じゅって
    jitte
    じって
(irregular kanji usage) (archaism) short truncheon with a hook made of metal or wood (used by policeman and private thief-takers in Edo Japan)

實手

see styles
 jutte
    じゅって
    jitte
    じって
(irregular kanji usage) (archaism) short truncheon with a hook made of metal or wood (used by policeman and private thief-takers in Edo Japan)

平瓮

see styles
 hiraka
    ひらか
{archeol} flat earthenware dish (used for divination)

忠清

see styles
zhōng qīng
    zhong1 qing1
chung ch`ing
    chung ching
 chuusei / chuse
    ちゅうせい
Chungcheong Province of Joseon Korea, now divided into North Chungcheong province 忠清北道[Zhong1 qing1 bei3 dao4] and South Chungcheong province 忠清南道[Zhong1 qing1 nan2 dao4] of South Korea
(given name) Chuusei

旗袍

see styles
qí páo
    qi2 pao2
ch`i p`ao
    chi pao
 chiipao / chipao
    チーパオ
Chinese-style dress; cheongsam
(See チャイナドレス) qipao (chi: qípáo); cheongsam; mandarin gown

昼餐

see styles
 chuusan / chusan
    ちゅうさん
luncheon

気切

see styles
 kisetsu
    きせつ
(abbreviation) (See 気管切開・きかんせっかい) tracheotomy

氣切


气切

see styles
qì qiē
    qi4 qie1
ch`i ch`ieh
    chi chieh
tracheotomy (abbr. for 氣管切開術|气管切开术[qi4 guan3 qie1 kai1 shu4])

清州

see styles
qīng zhōu
    qing1 zhou1
ch`ing chou
    ching chou
 seishuu / seshu
    せいしゅう
Cheongju, capital of North Chungcheong Province, South Korea 忠清北道[Zhong1 qing1 bei3 dao4]
(personal name) Seishuu

石剣

see styles
 sekken
    せっけん
sword-shaped stoneware found in archeological sites in eastern Japan dating to the end of the Jomon period

考古

see styles
kǎo gǔ
    kao3 gu3
k`ao ku
    kao ku
 kouko / koko
    こうこ
archaeology
(See 考古学) study of antiquities; archeology

臼玉

see styles
 usudama
    うすだま
{archeol} discoidal bead (Kofun period); pierced jade beads

葵涌

see styles
kuí chōng
    kui2 chong1
k`uei ch`ung
    kuei chung
Kwai Chung (area in Hong Kong); Kwai Cheong

警棍

see styles
jǐng gùn
    jing3 gun4
ching kun
police truncheon

警棒

see styles
 keibou / kebo
    けいぼう
(police officer's) baton; truncheon; billy club

遺跡


遗迹

see styles
yí jì
    yi2 ji4
i chi
 yuishaku
    いせき
trace; vestige; historical remains; remnant
historic ruins (remains, relics); archeological site
Traces, tracks, evidences, examples left behind; precedents

遺蹟


遗蹟

see styles
yí jī
    yi2 ji1
i chi
 iseki
    いせき
historic ruins (remains, relics); archeological site
historical remains

金印

see styles
jīn yìn
    jin1 yin4
chin yin
 kinin
    きんいん
golden seal; characters tattooed on a convict's face
golden stamp (archeol)

金泉

see styles
jīn quán
    jin1 quan2
chin ch`üan
    chin chüan
 kinsen
    きんせん
Gimcheon (city in South Korea)
(surname) Kinsen

鉄斧

see styles
 teppu
    てっぷ
{archeol} iron axe head

長衫


长衫

see styles
cháng shān
    chang2 shan1
ch`ang shan
    chang shan
 chousan; chonsan; choosan; chansan / chosan; chonsan; choosan; chansan
    ちょうさん; チョンサン; チョーサン; チャンサン
long gown; cheongsam; traditional Asian dress for men or (in Hong Kong) women's qipao
(kana only) (See チャイナドレス) cheongsam; mandarin gown; mandarin dress
long jacket

長裙


长裙

see styles
cháng qún
    chang2 qun2
ch`ang ch`ün
    chang chün
 chō kun
cheong sam (long skirt)
long hem

間柱

see styles
 mabashira
    まばしら
stud; puncheon

餐會


餐会

see styles
cān huì
    can1 hui4
ts`an hui
    tsan hui
dinner party; luncheon

骨器

see styles
gǔ qì
    gu3 qi4
ku ch`i
    ku chi
 kokki
    こっき
bone tool (archaeology)
{archeol} (See 骨角器) bone tool; horn implement

スパム

see styles
 supamu
    スパム
(1) Spam (trademarked luncheon meat, made mostly from ham); (2) {comp} spam (unsolicited email messages)

京畿道

see styles
jīng jī dào
    jing1 ji1 dao4
ching chi tao
 kyongido
    キョンギド
Gyeonggi Province, South Korea, surrounding Seoul and Incheon, capital Suweon City 水原市[Shui3 yuan2 shi4]
Gyeonggi-do (South Korea); Gyeonggi Province; (place-name) Gyeonggi Province (South Korea)

仁川市

see styles
rén chuān shì
    ren2 chuan1 shi4
jen ch`uan shih
    jen chuan shih
Incheon Metropolitan City in Gyeonggi Province 京畿道[Jing1 ji1 dao4], South Korea

供献品

see styles
 kyoukenhin / kyokenhin
    きょうけんひん
{archeol} items offered to deities (Jōmon period)

出土品

see styles
 shutsudohin
    しゅつどひん
{archeol} artifact; artefact; excavated article; archaeological find

出土地

see styles
 shutsudochi
    しゅつどち
site where an artifact was unearthed; site of an archeological find

午餐会

see styles
 gosankai
    ごさんかい
luncheon party

午餐會


午餐会

see styles
wǔ cān huì
    wu3 can1 hui4
wu ts`an hui
    wu tsan hui
luncheon
See: 午餐会

午餐肉

see styles
wǔ cān ròu
    wu3 can1 rou4
wu ts`an jou
    wu tsan jou
canned luncheon meat; Spam

大田市

see styles
dà tián shì
    da4 tian2 shi4
ta t`ien shih
    ta tien shih
 oodashi
    おおだし
Daejeon Metropolitan City, capital of South Chungcheong Province 忠清南道[Zhong1 qing1 nan2 dao4], South Korea
(place-name) Ooda (city)

天道教

see styles
 tendoukyou / tendokyo
    てんどうきょう
Cheondoism; Chondoism; Korean religion

太古代

see styles
tài gǔ dài
    tai4 gu3 dai4
t`ai ku tai
    tai ku tai
 taikodai
    たいこだい
Archaeozoic (geological era before 2500m years ago)
Archaeozoic (Archeozoic) Era

始生代

see styles
 shiseidai / shisedai
    しせいだい
Archaeozoic (Archeozoic) Era

忠清道

see styles
zhōng qīng dào
    zhong1 qing1 dao4
chung ch`ing tao
    chung ching tao
Chungcheong Province of Joseon Korea, now divided into North Chungcheong province 忠清北道[Zhong1 qing1 bei3 dao4] and South Chungcheong province 忠清南道[Zhong1 qing1 nan2 dao4] of South Korea

支石墓

see styles
 shisekibo
    しせきぼ
{archeol} dolmen; portal tomb

春川市

see styles
chūn chuān shì
    chun1 chuan1 shi4
ch`un ch`uan shih
    chun chuan shih
Chuncheon city, capital of Gangwon province 江原道[Jiang1 yuan2 dao4], South Korea

昼食会

see styles
 chuushokukai / chushokukai
    ちゅうしょくかい
luncheon meeting

江原道

see styles
jiāng yuán dào
    jiang1 yuan2 dao4
chiang yüan tao
 ganwaぉndo
    がんわぉんど
Gangwon Province of Korea during Joseon Dynasty; Kangwon province of North Korea; Gangwon province in northeast South Korea, capital Chuncheon 春川[Chun1 chuan1]
(1) Gangwon-do (South Korea); Gangwon Province; (2) Kangwon Province (North Korea); (place-name) Gangwon-do (province in South Korea)

清州市

see styles
qīng zhōu shì
    qing1 zhou1 shi4
ch`ing chou shih
    ching chou shih
Cheongju, capital of North Chungcheong Province, South Korea 忠清北道[Zhong1 qing1 bei3 dao4]

考古学

see styles
 koukogaku / kokogaku
    こうこがく
(noun - becomes adjective with の) archaeology; archeology

青瓦台

see styles
 seigadai / segadai
    せいがだい
Blue House (official residence of the president of South Korea); Cheong Wa Dae; (personal name) Seigadai

青瓦臺


青瓦台

see styles
qīng wǎ tái
    qing1 wa3 tai2
ch`ing wa t`ai
    ching wa tai
Blue House (Cheong Wa Dae), residence of the president of South Korea in Seoul
See: 青瓦台

骨角器

see styles
 kokkakuki
    こっかくき
{archeol} bone tool; horn implement

ドルメン

see styles
 dorumen
    ドルメン
{archeol} (See 支石墓) dolmen

リチェオ

see styles
 richeo
    リチェオ
(personal name) Licio

卓上演説

see styles
 takujouenzetsu / takujoenzetsu
    たくじょうえんぜつ
after-dinner speech; speech made at a dinner (luncheon)

印鼠客蚤

see styles
yìn shǔ kè zǎo
    yin4 shu3 ke4 zao3
yin shu k`o tsao
    yin shu ko tsao
oriental rat flea (Xenopsylla cheopis)

古墓葬群

see styles
gǔ mù zàng qún
    gu3 mu4 zang4 qun2
ku mu tsang ch`ün
    ku mu tsang chün
(archeology) burial complex

古天文学

see styles
 kotenmongaku
    こてんもんがく
archaeoastronomy; archeoastronomy

忠清北道

see styles
zhōng qīng běi dào
    zhong1 qing1 bei3 dao4
chung ch`ing pei tao
    chung ching pei tao
 chunchonpukuto
    チュンチョンプクト
North Chungcheong Province, South Korea, capital Cheongju 清州市
Chungcheongbuk-do (South Korea); North Chungcheong Province; (place-name) North Chungcheong Province (South Korea)

忠清南道

see styles
zhōng qīng nán dào
    zhong1 qing1 nan2 dao4
chung ch`ing nan tao
    chung ching nan tao
 chunchonnamudo
    チュンチョンナムド
South Chungcheong Province, South Korea, capital Daejeon 大田[Da4 tian2]
Chungcheongnam-do (South Korea); South Chungcheong Province; (place-name) South Chungcheong Province; Chungnam (South Korea)

気管切開

see styles
 kikansekkai
    きかんせっかい
tracheotomy

氣管痙攣


气管痉挛

see styles
qì guǎn jìng luán
    qi4 guan3 jing4 luan2
ch`i kuan ching luan
    chi kuan ching luan
breathing convulsions (as in asomethingma); tracheospasm

発掘調査

see styles
 hakkutsuchousa / hakkutsuchosa
    はっくつちょうさ
(noun/participle) excavation (usu. archeological); dig

考古学界

see styles
 koukogakukai / kokogakukai
    こうこがくかい
archeological world (archaeological); world of archeology; archeological circles

考古学的

see styles
 koukogakuteki / kokogakuteki
    こうこがくてき
(adjectival noun) archeological; archaeological

考古学者

see styles
 koukogakusha / kokogakusha
    こうこがくしゃ
archeologist; archaeologist

考古資料

see styles
 koukoshiryou / kokoshiryo
    こうこしりょう
archeological materials; archeological artifacts

チャイナ服

see styles
 chainafuku
    チャイナふく
(See チャイナドレス,旗袍・チーパオ) qipao; cheongsam; mandarin dress

ランチョン

see styles
 ranchon
    ランチョン
luncheon

仁川廣域市


仁川广域市

see styles
rén chuān guǎng yù shì
    ren2 chuan1 guang3 yu4 shi4
jen ch`uan kuang yü shih
    jen chuan kuang yü shih
Incheon Metropolitan City in Gyeonggi Province 京畿道[Jing1 ji1 dao4], South Korea

動物考古学

see styles
 doubutsukoukogaku / dobutsukokogaku
    どうぶつこうこがく
archaeozoology; archeozoology; zooarchaeology

Variations:
勾玉
曲玉

see styles
 magatama
    まがたま
{archeol} magatama; comma-shaped bead from prehistoric Japan, usually made of jade

墓坑夯土層


墓坑夯土层

see styles
mù kēng hāng tǔ céng
    mu4 keng1 hang1 tu3 ceng2
mu k`eng hang t`u ts`eng
    mu keng hang tu tseng
layer filled with rammed earth in a tomb pit (archeology)

大田廣域市


大田广域市

see styles
dà tián guǎng yù shì
    da4 tian2 guang3 yu4 shi4
ta t`ien kuang yü shih
    ta tien kuang yü shih
Daejeon Metropolitan City, capital of South Chungcheong Province 忠清南道[Zhong1 qing1 nan2 dao4], South Korea

天文考古学

see styles
 tenmonkoukogaku / tenmonkokogaku
    てんもんこうこがく
archaeoastronomy; archeoastronomy

氣管切開術


气管切开术

see styles
qì guǎn qiē kāi shù
    qi4 guan3 qie1 kai1 shu4
ch`i kuan ch`ieh k`ai shu
    chi kuan chieh kai shu
tracheotomy (medicine)

石製模造品

see styles
 sekiseimozouhin / sekisemozohin
    せきせいもぞうひん
{archeol} miniature stone copies of agricultural implements, mirrors, effigies, weapons, etc., used for funerary or ceremonial purposes in the Kofun period

維管束植物


维管束植物

see styles
wéi guǎn shù zhí wù
    wei2 guan3 shu4 zhi2 wu4
wei kuan shu chih wu
 ikansokushokubutsu
    いかんそくしょくぶつ
vascular plants; tracheophytes (botany)
vascular plant

Variations:
陪塚
陪冢

see styles
 baichou; baizuka / baicho; baizuka
    ばいちょう; ばいづか
{archeol} subsidiary burial mound (Kofun period); satellite burial mound

天安沈没事件

see styles
 tenanchinbotsujiken; chonanchinbotsujiken
    てんあんちんぼつじけん; チョンアンちんぼつじけん
sinking of the South Korean navy ship Cheonan (allegedly by a North Korean torpedo; March 26, 2010)

Variations:
盾(P)

see styles
 tate
    たて
shield; buckler; escutcheon; pretext

Variations:
葺石
葺き石

see styles
 fukiishi / fukishi
    ふきいし
{archeol} round boulders covering the slopes of a burial mound (Kofun period)

エスカッション

see styles
 esukasshon
    エスカッション
(1) escutcheon; (2) ornamental plate or flange

チャイナドレス

see styles
 chainadoresu
    チャイナドレス
qipao (wasei: china dress); cheongsam; mandarin dress

シェレメチェヴォ

see styles
 sheremecheo
    シェレメチェヴォ
(place-name) Sheremetevo

チャイナ・ドレス

see styles
 chaina doresu
    チャイナ・ドレス
qipao (wasei: china dress); cheongsam; mandarin dress

ランチョンマット

see styles
 ranchonmatto
    ランチョンマット
place mat (wasei: luncheon mat)

ランチョンミート

see styles
 ranchonmiito / ranchonmito
    ランチョンミート
luncheon meat

Variations:
遺跡(P)
遺蹟

see styles
 iseki
    いせき
historic ruins (remains, relics); archeological site

シェレメーチェヴォ

see styles
 sheremeecheo
    シェレメーチェヴォ
(place-name) Sheremetevo

ランチョン・マット

see styles
 ranchon matto
    ランチョン・マット
place mat (wasei: luncheon mat)

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

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