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There are 38 total results for your November search.

Characters Pronunciation
Romanization
Simple Dictionary Definition

十一月

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

小雪

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

立冬

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

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

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

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

仰光

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Mandarin yǎng guāng / yang3 guang1
Taiwan yang kuang
Chinese 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

小春

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

霜降

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

光棍節


光棍节

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

內比都


内比都

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Mandarin nèi bǐ dū / nei4 bi3 du1
Taiwan nei pi tu
Chinese 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

小春日

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

彬馬那


彬马那

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

明治節

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

萬靈節


万灵节

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

酉の市

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

酉の待

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

酉の町

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

九州場所

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

十一月份

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Mandarin shí yī yuè fèn / shi2 yi1 yue4 fen4
Taiwan shih i yüeh fen
Chinese November

小春日和

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

文化の日

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

末伽始羅


末伽始罗

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Mandarin mò jiā shǐ luō / mo4 jia1 shi3 luo1
Taiwan mo chia shih lo
Japanese magashira
mārgaśiras, M. W. says November-December; the Chinese say from he 16th of the 9th moon to the 15th of the 10th; (Skt. mārgaśiras)

歌憂底迦


歌忧底迦

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

水晶の夜

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

迦絺那月

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Mandarin jiā chī nà yuè / jia1 chi1 na4 yue4
Taiwan chia ch`ih na yüeh / chia chih na yüeh
Japanese 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).

ノベンバー

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Japanese nobenbaa / nobenba / ノベンバー Japanese November

小春びより

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

鹿の角切り

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

ケネディ暗殺

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

ノーベンバー

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Japanese noobenbaa / noobenba / ノーベンバー Japanese November

勤労感謝の日

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

延坪島砲撃事件

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

酉の待;酉の町

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

小春日和;小春びより

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

ケネディ大統領暗殺事件

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

ノベンバー;ノーベンバー

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

11月(P);十一月(P)

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Japanese juuichigatsu / juichigatsu / じゅういちがつ Japanese (adverbial noun) November

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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Apparently, we were the first ones who were crazy enough to think that western people might want a combined Chinese, Japanese, and Buddhist dictionary.

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