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The Name Candy in Chinese / Japanese...

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gān dì
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甘蒂 is the name Candy in Chinese (Mandarin).

Candy Vertical Wall Scroll

キャンヂイ is the name Candy in Japanese.

Note: Because this title is entirely Japanese Katakana, it should be written by a Japanese calligrapher.

The following table may be helpful for those studying Chinese or Japanese...

Title CharactersRomaji (Romanized Japanese)Various forms of Romanized Chinese
Candy甘蒂gān dì / gan1 di4 / gan di / gandikan ti / kanti
Candyキャンヂイkyandii / kyandi
In some entries above you will see that characters have different versions above and below a line.
In these cases, the characters above the line are Traditional Chinese, while the ones below are Simplified Chinese.

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Simple Dictionary Definition

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táng / tang2
t`ang / tang
 tou / to / とう
sugar; sweets; candy; CL:顆|颗[ke1],塊|块[kuai4]
(noun - becomes adjective with の) sugar; (surname) Tou

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 tagane / たがね
(archaism) confection (e.g. candy, mochi); sweet; (surname) Ame

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xíng / xing2
maltose syrup; molasses; heavy (eyelids); drowsy-eyed; listless; (of dough, candy etc) to soften; to become soft and sticky


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 gumi / グミ gummi (ger:); gummi candy; gummi drop; (female given name) Gumi


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 nyuuka / nyuka / にゅうか milk-based candy; sweet made with milk


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bīng táng / bing1 tang2
ping t`ang / ping tang
crystal sugar; rock candy


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 shiogama / しおがま (1) salt pan (used for boiling seawater to make salt); (2) (abbreviation) cooking a fish inside a salt crust; (3) candy made with a wrapping of sweetened rice flour (looking like a salt crust); (surname) Shiogama


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 shiogama / しおがま (1) salt pan (used for boiling seawater to make salt); (2) (abbreviation) cooking a fish inside a salt crust; (3) candy made with a wrapping of sweetened rice flour (looking like a salt crust); (place-name, surname) Shiogama


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 bouame / boame / ぼうあめ candy stick; stick candy; candy on a stick (e.g. lollipop); cylindrical candy


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 chinka / ちんか unusual candy; rare sweet


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yìng táng / ying4 tang2
ying t`ang / ying tang
hard candy


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 arako / あらこ (See 微塵粉) coarse rice granules (used when making candy); roughly ground rice flour


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táng guǒ / tang2 guo3
t`ang kuo / tang kuo
candy; CL:粒[li4]


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táng guā / tang2 gua1
t`ang kua / tang kua
malt sugar candy, a traditional offering to the kitchen god Zaoshen 灶神


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 touka / toka / とうか (noun - becomes adjective with の) sweets; sweetmeats; confectionary; candy


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 wataame / watame / わたあめ cotton candy; fairy floss


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 kashi / かし confectionery; sweets; candy; cake; (surname) Kashi



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huà méi / hua4 mei2
hua mei
plum candy; preserved plum


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jiǎn tú / jian3 tu2
chien t`u / chien tu
khaṇḍa, candy, broken bits.



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ruǎn táng / ruan3 tang2
juan t`ang / juan tang
soft candy (gummi candy, gumdrop, jellybean etc)


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 karume / カルメ (ateji / phonetic) (abbreviation) (kana only) honeycomb toffee; sponge toffee; foam candy from heated brown sugar mixed with baking soda; (noun or adjectival noun) light (weight)


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 ameuri / あめうり (irregular okurigana usage) candy vendor (esp. an Edo-period candy vendor who sold candy while walking around playing the flute or another musical instrument); candy vender


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 ameya / あめや candy shop; candy maker; (place-name, surname) Ameya


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 amedama / あめだま candy



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yǎng yǎn / yang3 yan3
yang yen
visually attractive; eye candy; easy on the eyes; to protect the eyes


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 amedama / あめだま candy


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 omeza / おめざ type of candy given to a child after it wakes up from a nap; wake-up sweets


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 okashi / おかし confections; sweets; candy


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 chitoseame / ちとせあめ red and white candy stick sold at children's festivals


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shì lì jià / shi4 li4 jia4
shih li chia
Snickers (candy bar)

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