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September in Chinese / Japanese...

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Ninth Month
jiǔ yuè
September Scroll

九月 is the Chinese, Japanese Kanji, and old Korean Hanja for the month of September.

Originally this was for the ninth month of the lunar calendar, now used for the western (Gregorian) calendar.

This can also be the Japanese female given name Kugetsu.

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

Title CharactersRomaji (Romanized Japanese)Various forms of Romanized Chinese
September九月kugatsujiǔ yuè / jiu3 yue4 / jiu yue / jiuyuechiu yüeh / chiuyüeh

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jiǔ yuè / jiu3 yue4
chiu yüeh
 kugetsu / くげつ
September Scroll
September; ninth month (of the lunar year)
(adverbial noun) September; (female given name) Kugetsu

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shēn / shen1
 saru / さる
to extend; to state; to explain; 9th earthly branch: 3-5 p.m., 7th solar month (7th August-7th September), year of the Monkey; ancient Chinese compass point: 240°
(1) the Monkey (ninth sign of the Chinese zodiac); (2) (obsolete) (See 申の刻) hour of the Monkey (around 4pm, 3-5pm, or 4-6pm); (3) (obsolete) west-southwest; (4) (obsolete) 7th month of the lunar calendar; (surname) Suu
To draw out, stretch, extend, expand; notify, report: quote.

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yǒu / you3
 tori / とり
10th earthly branch: 5-7 p.m., 8th solar month (8th September-7th October), year of the Rooster; ancient Chinese compass point: 270° (west)
(1) the Rooster (tenth sign of the Chinese zodiac); the Cock; the Chicken; the Bird; (2) (obsolete) (See 酉の刻) hour of the Rooster (around 6pm, 5-7pm, or 6-8pm); (3) (obsolete) west; (4) (obsolete) eight month of the lunar calendar; (personal name) Yuu


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 gosetsu / ごせつ the five festivals (January 7, March 3, May 5, July 7 and September 9)



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zhàn zhōng / zhan4 zhong1
chan chung
Occupy Central, Hong Kong civil disobedience movement (September 2014 -)



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guó chǐ / guo2 chi3
kuo ch`ih / kuo chih
national humiliation, refers to Japanese incursions into China in the 1930s and 40s, and more especially to Mukden railway incident of 18th September 1931 九一八事變|九一八事变 and subsequent Japanese annexation of Manchuria


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bái lù / bai2 lu4
pai lu
 shiratsuyu;hakuro / しらつゆ;はくろ
Bailu or White Dew, 15th of the 24 solar terms 二十四節氣|二十四节气 8th-22nd September
(1) glistening dew; (2) (はくろ only) (See 二十四節気) "white dew" solar term (approx. September 8); (female given name) Hakuro


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qiū fēn / qiu1 fen1
ch`iu fen / chiu fen
 shuubun / shubun / しゅうぶん
Qiufen or Autumn Equinox, 16th of the 24 solar terms 二十四節氣|二十四节气 23rd September-7th October
(See 二十四節気) autumnal equinox; autumn equinox; fall equinox


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 kikuzake / きくざけ (1) {food} (See 重陽) chrysanthemum sake; rice wine infused with chrysanthemum, served on the Chrysanthemum Festival (September 9); (2) {food} (See 味醂・みりん) strong mirin, typical of Kaga and Higo provinces



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chǔ shǔ / chu3 shu3
ch`u shu / chu shu
Chushu or End of Heat, 14th of the 24 solar terms 二十四節氣|二十四节气 23rd August-7th September


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 nagatsuki;nagazuki / ながつき;ながづき (1) (obsolete) ninth month of the lunar calendar; (2) September; (female given name) Natsuki


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jiǔ yuè fèn / jiu3 yue4 fen4
chiu yüeh fen
September; ninth month


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 gosekku / ごせっく the five festivals (January 7, March 3, May 5, July 7 and September 9)


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 shikiki / しきき anniversary of Shiki Masaoka's death (September 19)



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jiào shī jié / jiao4 shi1 jie2
chiao shih chieh
Teachers' Day (September 10th in PRC and Confucius's birthday, September 28th in Taiwan)


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 akibasho / あきばしょ (sumo) autumn (fall) (September) tournament, held in Tokyo


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 akibasho / あきばしょ (sumo) autumn (fall) (September) tournament, held in Tokyo



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wù wàng guó chǐ / wu4 wang4 guo2 chi3
wu wang kuo ch`ih / wu wang kuo chih
Never forget national humiliation, refers to Mukden railway incident of 18th September 1931 九一八事變|九一八事变 and subsequent Japanese annexation of Manchuria


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 keirounohi / keronohi / けいろうのひ Respect-for-the-Aged Day (national holiday; third Monday in September)


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 shuubunnohi / shubunnohi / しゅうぶんのひ (exp,n) (See 秋分・しゅうぶん) Autumnal Equinox Day (national holiday; September 22, 23 or 24); (personal name) Shuubunnohi


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 bousainohi / bosainohi / ぼうさいのひ (exp,n) Disaster Preparedness Day (September 1)


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 aoyoroshi / あおよろし (kana only) {hanaf} (See 出来役) scoring combination consisting of the June, September, and October 5-point cards


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 kuroikugatsu / くろいくがつ (o) Black September (Palestinian extremist group responsible for the massacre of Israeli athletes at the Munich Olympics)


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 kuroikugatsu / くろいくがつ (o) Black September (Palestinian extremist group responsible for the massacre of Israeli athletes at the Munich Olympics)


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 kyuuichiichijiken / kyuichichijiken / きゅういちいちじけん September 11th attacks



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jiǔ yī bā shì biàn / jiu3 yi1 ba1 shi4 bian4
chiu i pa shih pien
the Mukden or Manchurian Railway Incident of 18th September 1931 used by the Japanese as a pretext to annex Manchuria; also known as Liutiaogou incident 柳條溝事變|柳条沟事变



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píng xíng guān dà jié / ping2 xing2 guan1 da4 jie2
p`ing hsing kuan ta chieh / ping hsing kuan ta chieh
Great Victory at Pingxing Pass, ambush of Japanese troops by Communist forces on September 25, 1937 at 平型關|平型关[Ping2 xing2 guan1]



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liǔ tiáo hú shì jiàn / liu3 tiao2 hu2 shi4 jian4
liu t`iao hu shih chien / liu tiao hu shih chien
the Mukden or Manchurian Railway Incident of 18th September 1931 used by the Japanese as a pretext to annex Manchuria; also known as 9-18 incident 九一八事變|九一八事变[Jiu3 Yi1 ba1 Shi4 bian4]



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è shī fú yǔ shé / e4 shi1 fu2 yu3 she2
o shih fu yü she
Aśvayuja (or 頞濕婆庾闍) , the first month of autumn (September-October); (Skt. Aśvayuja)


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 haatomeeru / hatomeeru / はあとめーる postcards associated with Respect-for-the-Aged Day, and sold every year starting in September (wasei: heart mail)

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