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There are 38 total results for your November search.

Characters Pronunciation
Simple Dictionary Definition


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shí yī yuè / shi2 yi1 yue4
shih i yüeh
 juuichigatsu / juichigatsu / じゅういちがつ
 Vertical Wall Scroll
November; eleventh month (of the lunar year)
(adverbial noun) November


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xiǎo xuě / xiao3 xue3
hsiao hsüeh
 shousetsu / shosetsu / しょうせつ
Xiaoxue or Lesser Snow, 20th of the 24 solar terms 二十四節氣|二十四节气 22nd November-6th December
(See 二十四節気) "minor snow" solar term (approx. November 22); (female given name) Sayuki


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lì dōng / li4 dong1
li tung
 rittou / ritto / りっとう
Lidong or Start of Winter, 19th of the 24 solar terms 二十四節氣|二十四节气 7th-21st November
(See 二十四節気) first day of winter (approx. November 8); (given name) Rittou

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hài / hai4
 i / い
12th earthly branch: 9-11 p.m., 10th solar month (7th November-6th December), year of the Boar; ancient Chinese compass point: 330°
twelfth sign of the Chinese zodiac (The Boar, 9pm-11pm, north-northwest, October); (personal name) Gai

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zi / zi5
 ne / ね
(noun suffix)
first sign of the Chinese zodiac (The Rat, 11pm-1am, north, November); (personal name) Nene
kumāra; son; seed; sir; 11-1 midnight; child

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/ xu1
 inu / いぬ
11th earthly branch: 7-9 p.m., 9th solar month (8th October-6th November), year of the Dog; ancient Chinese compass point: 300°
eleventh sign of the Chinese zodiac (The Dog, 7pm-9pm, west-northwest, September); (given name) Mamoru
The hour from 7-9 p. m.; translit. śū, śu; 7-9 p.m.


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yǎng guāng / yang3 guang1
yang kuang
Yangon (Rangoon), main city of south Myanmar (Burma), the national capital until November 2005, when the capital moved to Naypyidaw 内比都 or Pyinmana 彬馬那 彬马那


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xiǎo chūn / xiao3 chun1
hsiao ch`un / hsiao chun
 koharu / こはる
10th month of the lunar calendar; Indian summer; crops sown in late autumn
(See 小春日和) 10th month of the lunisolar calendar (traditional first month of winter, approx. November); late autumn; late fall; (female given name) Chiharu


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shuāng jiàng / shuang1 jiang4
shuang chiang
 soukou / soko / そうこう
Shuangjiang or Frost Descends, 18th of the 24 solar terms 二十四節氣|二十四节气 23rd October-6th November
(See 二十四節気) "frost descent" solar term (approx. October 23); (surname) Shimofuri



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guāng gùn jié / guang1 gun4 jie2
kuang kun chieh
Singles' Day (November 11), originally a day of activities for single people, but now also the world's biggest annual retail sales day



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nèi bǐ dū / nei4 bi3 du1
nei pi tu
Naypyidaw or Nay Pyi Taw, jungle capital of Myanmar (Burma) since November 2005, 300 km north of Rangoon and 300 km south of Mandalay; formerly called Pyinmana 彬馬那|彬马那


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 koharubi / こはるび (See 小春) mild late autumn day (around November); mild late fall day



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bīn mǎ nà / bin1 ma3 na4
pin ma na
Pyinmana, former jungle county town in central Myanmar (Burma), redesignated the national capital and renamed Naypyidaw 內比都 in November 2005


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 meijisetsu / mejisetsu / めいじせつ (See 文化の日) Emperor Meiji's birthday (November 3; national holiday held from 1927 to 1948)



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wàn líng jié / wan4 ling2 jie2
wan ling chieh
All Saints' Day (Christian festival on 2nd November)


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 torinoichi / とりのいち Bird Day Fair (held at Otori Shrine on each Day of the Bird in November)


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 torinomachi / とりのまち (archaism) Bird Day Fair (held at Otori Shrine on each Day of the Bird in November)


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 torinomachi / とりのまち (archaism) Bird Day Fair (held at Otori Shrine on each Day of the Bird in November)


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 kyuushuubasho / kyushubasho / きゅうしゅうばしょ {sumo} Kyushu (November) tournament, held in Fukuoka


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shí yī yuè fèn / shi2 yi1 yue4 fen4
shih i yüeh fen


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 koharubiyori / こはるびより (yoji) Indian summer (around November); mild late autumn weather; mild late fall weather


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 bunkanohi / ぶんかのひ (exp,n) Culture Day (national holiday; November 3); (personal name) Bunkanohi



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mò gā shǐ luó / mo4 ga1 shi3 luo2
mo ka shih lo
mārgaśiras, M. W. says November-December; the Chinese say from he 16th of the 9th moon to the 15th of the 10th; (Skt. mārgaśiras)



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gē yōu dǐ jiā / ge1 you1 di3 jia1
ko yu ti chia
Kārttika, the month October-November; (Skt. Kārttika)


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 suishounoyoru / suishonoyoru / すいしょうのよる Kristallnacht (night of concerted violence against Jews in Germany and Austria from November 9-10, 1938)


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jiā chin à yuè / jia1 chin1 a4 yue4
chia chin a yüeh
 Kachina zuki
Kārttika-māsa, the month in October-November, intp. as the month after the summer retreat, when monks received the 'kaṭhina ' robe of merit; the date of the month is variously given, but it follows the summer retreat; also 迦提月; 迦栗底迦月 (or 羯栗底迦月); 迦利邸迦月; 迦哩底迦麽洗 (or 迦剌底迦麽洗).


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 nobenbaa / nobenba / ノベンバー November


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 koharubiyori / こはるびより (yoji) Indian summer (around November); mild late autumn weather; mild late fall weather


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 shikanotsunokiri / しかのつのきり Deer-Antler-Cutting Ceremony (held in Nara between late October and early November)


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 kenediansatsu / ケネディあんさつ assassination of U.S. President John F. Kennedy (November 22, 1963); JFK assassination


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 noobenbaa / noobenba / ノーベンバー November


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 kinroukanshanohi / kinrokanshanohi / きんろうかんしゃのひ (exp,n) Labour Thanksgiving Day (national holiday; November 23) (Labor); (personal name) Kinroukanshanohi


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 yonpyondohougekijiken / yonpyondohogekijiken / ヨンピョンドほうげきじけん Bombardment of Yeonpyeong (November 23, 2010)


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 torinomachi / とりのまち (archaism) (See 酉の市) Bird Day Fair (held at Otori Shrine on each Day of the Bird in November)


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 koharubiyori / こはるびより (yoji) (See 小春) Indian summer (around November); mild late autumn weather; mild late fall weather


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 kenedidaitouryouansatsujiken / kenedidaitoryoansatsujiken / ケネディだいとうりょうあんさつじけん assassination of U.S. President John F. Kennedy (November 22, 1963); JFK assassination


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 nobenbaa;noobenbaa / nobenba;noobenba / ノベンバー;ノーベンバー November


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 juuichigatsu / juichigatsu / じゅういちがつ (1) November; (2) eleventh month of the lunar calendar

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

This page contains 38 results for "November" in Chinese and/or Japanese.

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