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There are 15 total results for your Madder search.

Characters Pronunciation
Romanization
Simple Dictionary Definition

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/ xi1
hsi
 akane;akane / あかね;アカネ
 Scroll
used in the transliteration of people's names
(1) (kana only) madder (esp. Japanese madder, Rubia argyi); (2) madder (red color); (surname, female given name) Sen

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sōu / sou1
sou
 nuta / ぬた
madder (Rubia cordifolia); to hunt for; to gather; to collect
(surname) Nuta

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/ lu:2
madder

茜色

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 airo / あいろ madder red; (female given name) Airo

茜草

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qiàn cǎo / qian4 cao3
ch`ien ts`ao / chien tsao
 akane / あかね
Rubia cordifolia; Indian madder; munjit
(female given name) Akane

茹藘

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rú lǘ / ru2 lu:2
ju lü
Rubia cordifolia; Indian madder; munjit; also written 茜草

アカネ

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 akane / アカネ (1) (kana only) madder (esp. Japanese madder, Rubia argyi); (2) madder (red color); (female given name) Akane

大赤華


大赤华

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dà chì huā / da4 chi4 hua1
ta ch`ih hua / ta chih hua
 daishakuke
mahāmañjūṣaka 摩訶曼珠沙 or rubia cordifolia, from which madder is made; red flower (used for dye)

小赤華


小赤华

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xiǎo chì huā / xiao3 chi4 hua1
hsiao ch`ih hua / hsiao chih hua
 Shōshakke
Mañjūṣaka. 量殊沙華; 量殊顏 Explained by 柔軟 pliable. Rubia cordifolia, yielding the madder (munjeeth) of Bengal; (Skt. Mañjūṣaka)

曼殊沙

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màn shū shā / man4 shu1 sha1
man shu sha
 manjusha
曼殊顏 mañjūṣaka, the "Rubia cordifolia, the roots of which yield the madder of Bengal called Munjeeth", Eitel; mañjūṣaka

茜の根

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 akanenone / あかねのね madder root

あかね色

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 akaneiro / akanero / あかねいろ madder red

ローズマダー

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 roozumadaa / roozumada / ローズマダー rose madder

摩訶曼殊沙華


摩诃曼殊沙华

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mó hē màn shū shā huā / mo2 he1 man4 shu1 sha1 hua1
mo ho man shu sha hua
 makamanshushake
mahāmañjūṣaka, a red flower yielding the madder (munjeeth of Bengal); (Skt. mahāmañjūṣaka)

茜色;あかね色

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 akaneiro / akanero / あかねいろ madder red; dark red; crimson

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

This page contains 15 results for "Madder" in Chinese and/or Japanese.



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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.

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