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There are 49 total results for your Night Evening search.

Characters Pronunciation
Simple Dictionary Definition

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/ ye4
 yoru(p);yo / よる(P);よ
 Vertical Wall Scroll
(n-adv,n-t) evening; night; (female given name) Yoru
Night; translit ya; night


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wǎn ān / wan3 an1
wan an
 Vertical Wall Scroll
Good night!; Good evening!

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xiāo / xiao1
 yoi / よい
evening; early night hours; (surname, female given name) Yoi

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wǎn / wan3
evening; night; late

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/ xi1
 seki / せき
night tides; evening ebbtide; Taiwan pr. [xi4]
(1) tide; current; (2) salt water; (3) opportunity; (surname) Seki


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yī yè / yi1 ye4
i yeh
 ichiya(p);hitoya;hitoyo / いちや(P);ひとや;ひとよ
(n-adv,n-t) one night; all night; overnight; one evening; (female given name) Kazuyo
one night


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 isshou / issho / いっしょう (archaism) one evening; one night


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 hitoban / ひとばん (n-adv,n-t) (1) one night; one evening; (2) all night; overnight


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bàng wǎn / bang4 wan3
pang wan
in the evening; when night falls; towards evening; at night fall; at dusk



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liù shí / liu4 shi2
liu shih
 rokuji / ろくじ
(1) six o'clock; (2) (Buddhist term) six periods of a day (morning, midday, afternoon, evening, midnight, late night)
The six 'hours' or periods in a day, three for night and three for day, i. e. morning noon, evening; night, midnight, and dawn. Also, the six divisions of the year, two each of spring, summer, and winter.


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dōng yè / dong1 ye4
tung yeh
 tōya / とうや
(female given name) Touya
The night before the 冬至 winter solstice; evening before the winter solstice


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chū yè / chu1 ye4
ch`u yeh / chu yeh
 shoya / しょや
early evening; wedding night; (fig.) first sexual encounter
first night; first watch of the night; bridal night
The first of the three divisions of the night; the first watch of the night


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 yuube / yube / ゆうべ (n-adv,n-t) (1) evening; (2) last night


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 yoyo / よよ (n-adv,n-t) every evening; night after night


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yè fēn / ye4 fen1
yeh fen
 yabun / やぶん
(n-adv,n-t) evening; night; nighttime


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 yobanashi / よばなし (1) night chat; tale told at night; (2) evening tea party (starting around 6 pm)


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yè yè / ye4 ye4
yeh yeh
 yoyo / よよ
every night
(n-adv,n-t) every evening; night after night


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 yagaku / やがく (1) night school; evening school; evening class; (2) night study


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yè xiào / ye4 xiao4
yeh hsiao
evening school; night school


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 yaki / やき night air; stillness of night; cool evening


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 yobanashi / よばなし    yawa / やわ (1) night chat; tale told at night; (2) evening tea party (starting around 6 pm); (1) night chat; tale told at night; (n,n-suf) (2) book of informal essays



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yè jiān / ye4 jian1
yeh chien
 yakan / やかん
nighttime; evening or night (e.g. classes)
(n-adv,n-t) night; nighttime


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 yain / やいん (See 夜陰に乗じて) shades of evening; dead of night


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 yotsuyu;yaro / よつゆ;やろ evening dew; night dew


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 yoizuki / よいづき (See 夕月) evening moon; moon that can only be seen in the early hours of the night (esp. from the 2nd to the 7th of the eight month)



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hòu yè / hou4 ye4
hou yeh
 goya / ごや
(1) period from midnight until the early morning; (2) (See 寅の刻) around 4 in the morning
The third division of the night; latter part of the evening


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 tanseki / たんせき (n-adv,n-t) (1) on the brink of; (2) morning and evening; day and night


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 sakuyuu / sakuyu / さくゆう (n-adv,n-t) yesterday evening; last night


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zuó wǎn / zuo2 wan3
tso wan
yesterday evening; last night


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wǎn shang / wan3 shang5
wan shang
evening; night; CL:個|个[ge4]; in the evening



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wǎn jiān / wan3 jian1
wan chien
evening; night


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 boya / ぼや night; evening


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zhāo xī / zhao1 xi1
chao hsi
 asayuu(p);chouseki / asayu(p);choseki / あさゆう(P);ちょうせき
morning and night; all the time
(n-adv,n-t) morning and evening; from morning until night; constantly; (female given name) Asayu
朝暮 Morning and evening; morning and evening


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 maiyo;maiya / まいよ;まいや (n-adv,n-t) every evening; every night



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lián yè / lian2 ye4
lien yeh
 renya / れんや
that very night; through the night; for several nights in a row
(temporal noun) every evening; night after night


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dǎi yè / dai3 ye4
tai yeh
 taiya / たいや
eve of the anniversary of a person's death
The night previous to a fast day, or to any special occasion; evening before a funeral


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 sonoban / そのばん (expression) (1) that night; that evening; (2) over the course of the evening


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 hitoban / ひとばん (n-adv,n-t) (1) one night; one evening; (2) all night; overnight


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 sonoban / そのばん (expression) (1) that night; that evening; (2) over the course of the evening



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sì shí shí / si4 shi2 shi2
ssu shih shih
 shi jikiji
The four times for food, i. e. of the devas at dawn, of all Buddhas at noon, of animals in the evening, and of demons and ghosts at night; four eating times


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 yorushuppatsu / よるしゅっぱつ (noun/participle) evening departure; night departure


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 yonayona / よなよな (adverb) every evening; night after night


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 yakangakkou / yakangakko / やかんがっこう evening school; night school


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 rokuji / ろくじ (1) six o'clock; (2) (六時 only) {Buddh} (See 晨朝,日中・1,日没,初夜,中夜,後夜・1) six periods of a day (morning, midday, afternoon, evening, midnight, late night)


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 yoyo / よよ (n-adv,n-t) every evening; night after night


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 yawa(夜話);yobanashi / やわ(夜話);よばなし (1) night chat; tale told at night; (2) (よばなし only) evening tea party (starting around 6 pm); (n,n-suf) (3) (やわ only) book of informal essays


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 sonoban / そのばん (expression) (1) that night; that evening; (2) over the course of the evening


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 hitoban / ひとばん (n-adv,n-t) (1) one night; one evening; (2) all night; overnight


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 yuube(p);sakuya(昨夜)(p);yunbe(昨夜) / yube(p);sakuya(昨夜)(p);yunbe(昨夜) / ゆうべ(P);さくや(昨夜)(P);ゆんべ(昨夜) (n-adv,n-t) (1) (夕べ only) evening; (2) (usu. 昨夜) last night; yesterday evening

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

This page contains 49 results for "Night Evening" in Chinese and/or Japanese.

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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: Japanese Bath House

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