The name Sun in Chinese / Japanese...

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  1. Sun / Solar

  2. Morning Sun

  3. Sun Goddess

  4. Sun

  5. Asahi / Morning Sun

  6. Sun Moon Stars

  7. The Sun, Moon, and Stars

  8. Tomorrow / The Next Sun

  9. Sunn

10. Sune

11. Assuncao

12. Heaven

13. Day

14. Elson

15. Gerson

16. Madisson

17. Daodejing / Tao Te Ching - Chapter 54


Sun / Solar

Also means Day, Sunshine, Sunlight, or Japan

 rì
 hi / nichi
 
Sun / Solar Scroll

日 is the word for sun.

It also means day and can refer to the day of the month when expressing the date.
Example: October 1st would be “10 Moons, 1 Sun.”

日 is also the first Kanji for the title of Japan (in Chinese, Japanese Kanji, and Korean Hanja). Thus, this character is used as an adjective for things that are Japanese.
Ever heard of Japan being called, “The land of the rising sun”? Well, that's what the full title of Japan means.

Depending on the context, this character can mean Sunshine or Sunlight.


Note: In Japanese, this Kanji has a variety of possible pronunciations. The pronunciation changed depending on context and how this Kanji is combined with other Kanji. When used alone, this is usually "hi" (pronounced like "hee") but sometimes it’s "nichi." When combined, it can be "tsu," "ni," "ka," and a few others.

 xù
 asahi
 
Morning Sun Scroll

This Chinese, Japanese, and old Korean character means morning sun, dawn, or rising sun.

It can also be the Japanese surname Kyoku or Asahi.

 tiān zhào huáng dà shén
 amaterasuoomikami
Sun Goddess Scroll

天照皇大神 is the title for Sun Goddess or Amaterasu Oomikami in Japanese.

Rare Chinese Buddhists/Shitoists may be familiar with this (so I have included the Chinese pronunciation above) however, this should generally be considered a specifically-Japanese title.

Besides Amaterasuoomikami, this can also be pronounced/romanized as Tenshoukoudaijin. There are several similar ways to write Sun Goddess in Japanese, so don't be surprised if you see different forms on the web, etc.

 tài yang
 tai you
Sun Scroll

太陽 is a two-character title for the Sun.

This refers specifically to Sol, the star at the center of our Solar system.

In Japanese, this is often romanized as Taiyou or Taiyo but can also be pronounced as the names Minami, Hiroaki, Hinata, Hikaru, Tsubasa, Tahi, Takayasu, Takaharu, or Soru.

Asahi / Morning Sun

 zhāo rì
 asahi
Asahi / Morning Sun Scroll

朝日 is a version of the Japanese name Asahi.

This can also be Ahisa, Asuka, Ashita, or Asaka. This means morning sun and is the name of the famous beer company in Japan.

This would be read as “Zhao Ri” in Mandarin where it means morning sun but is also known to be the Asahi company (maker of beer and other beverages).

Sun Moon Stars

 rì yuè xīng
 nichigetsusei
Sun Moon Stars Scroll

日月星 is the shortest way to write a title (or word list) that means Sun, Moon, Stars.

The Sun, Moon, and Stars

 rì yuè xīng chén
 nichigetsuseishin
The Sun, Moon, and Stars Scroll

日月星辰 is a title that encompasses all of the heavenly bodies or celestial bodies.

Namely, this includes the Sun, Moon, and Stars of our universe.

Tomorrow / The Next Sun

 míng rì
 ashita / meibi
Tomorrow / The Next Sun Scroll

明日 is a common way to say “tomorrow” in Chinese and Japanese Kanji.

This temporal noun literally means “next sun[rise].” In addition to “tomorrow,” it can also mean “near future.”

In Japanese, this can also be the female given name Meibi.

 sūn
Sunn Scroll

孫 is the name Sunn in Chinese (Mandarin).

 sūn
Sune Scroll

孫 is the name Sune in Chinese (Mandarin).

 ā sǔn sà ào
Assuncao Scroll

This is a common Mandarin Chinese transliteration for the female Portuguese/Latin name Assunção or Assuncao.

 tiān
 ten
 
Heaven Scroll

天 means “heaven” or “sky” in Chinese, Japanese Kanji, and old Korean Hanja.

The context determines if you are talking about heaven or the sky above (often they are the same concept).

When combined with other characters, words like “today” and “tomorrow” are created. While sometimes the character for “sun” is used to mean “day,” often “sky” represents “day” in Asian languages.
Example: 今天 (this sky) = “today,” 明天 (next sky) = “tomorrow” in modern Chinese and Japanese.

In Chinese culture, regardless of which religion, it's almost always assumed that God (and any other deities) live up above the sky. The concept of God living in the sky is likely the reason heaven is associated with this character.
The equation goes something like this: God's domain is the sky, thus, the sky is heaven.


Note: As a single character, this is a little ambiguous, so you might want to choose our Kingdom of Heaven selection instead.


See Also:  Heaven | God | Today

 rì
 hi / nichi
 
Day Scroll

This is how to write “day” in Chinese, Japanese, and Korean Hanja.

This can also mean “Sun,” the star in the middle of the Solar system in which we live. In Japanese, it can also mean “sunshine” or even “Sunday.”

When writing the date in modern Chinese and Japanese, putting a number in front of this character indicates the day of the month. Of course, you need to indicate the month too... The month is expressed with a number followed by the character for the moon. So “three moons ten suns” would be “March 10th” or “3/10.”

Note: This is also the first character for the proper name of Japan. Remember that Japan is “The land of the rising sun”? Well, the first character for Japan means “sun” and the second means “origin” so you get the real meaning now. Sometimes, in China, this sun character can be a short name for Japan or a suffix for something of or from Japan.

 āi ěr sūn
Elson Scroll

This is a common Mandarin Chinese transliteration for the male Spanish/Latin name Elson.

 gài ěr sūn
Gerson Scroll

This is a common Mandarin Chinese transliteration for the male Spanish/Latin name Gerson.

 mǎ dí sǔn
Madisson Scroll

This is a common Mandarin Chinese transliteration for the female French name Madisson.

Daodejing / Tao Te Ching - Chapter 54

 shàn jiàn zhě bù bá shàn bào zhě bù tuō zǐ sūn yǐ jì sì bù jué xiū zhī shēn qí dé nǎi zhēn xiū zhī jiā qí dé yǒu yú xiū zhī xiāng qí dé nǎi zhǎng xiū zhī guó qí dé nǎi féng xiū zhī yú tiān xià qí dé nǎi bó yǐ shēn guān shēn yǐ jiā guān jiā yǐ xiāng guān xiāng yǐ bāng guān bāng yǐ tiān xià guān tiān xià wú hé yǐ zhī tiān xià rán zī yǐ cǐ
Daodejing / Tao Te Ching - Chapter 54 Scroll

This is the Mawangdui version of Daodejing chapter 54.

What Tao plants cannot be plucked; What Tao clasps cannot slip.
By its virtue alone can one generation after another carry on the ancestral sacrifice.
Apply it to yourself, and by its power, you will be freed from dross.
Apply it to your household, and your household shall thereby have abundance.
Apply it to the village, and the village will be made secure.
Apply it to the kingdom, and the kingdom shall thereby be made to flourish.
Apply it to an empire, and the empire shall thereby be extended.
Therefore just as through oneself, one may contemplate Oneself;
So through the household one may contemplate the Household;
And through the village, one may contemplate the Village;
And through the kingdom, one may contemplate the Kingdom;
And through the empire, one may contemplate the Empire.
How do I know that the empire is so? By this.
Another translation:
What is firmly rooted cannot be pulled out;
What is tightly held in the arms will not slip loose;
Through this, the offering of sacrifice by descendants will never come to an end.

Cultivate it in your person, and its virtue will be genuine;
Cultivate it in the family, and its virtue will be more than sufficient;
Cultivate it in the hamlet, and its virtue will endure;
Cultivate it in the state, and its virtue will abound;
Cultivate it in the empire, and its virtue will be pervasive.

Hence look at the person through the person;
Look at the family through the family;
Look at the hamlet through the hamlet;
Look at the state through the state;
Look at the empire through the empire.

How do I know that the empire is like that?
By means of this.




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Characters

If shown, 2nd row is Simp. Chinese

Pronunciation
Romanization
Simple Dictionary Definition


see styles
sūn
    sun1
sun
 yuzuru
    ゆずる

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Sune
grandson; descendant
grandchild; (given name) Yuzuru
Grandchild; grandson; translit. sun.

孫悟空


孙悟空

see styles
sūn wù kōng
    sun1 wu4 kong1
sun wu k`ung
    sun wu kung
 songokuu / songoku
    そんごくう

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Sun Wukong / Son Goku
Sun Wukong, the Monkey King, character with supernatural powers in the novel Journey to the West 西遊記|西游记[Xi1 you2 Ji4]; Son Goku, the main character in Dragon Ball 七龍珠|七龙珠[Qi1 long2 zhu1]
(1) (char) Sun Wukong (character in the classic Chinese novel Journey to the West); Monkey King; (2) (char) Son Goku (Dragon Ball); (ch) Sun Wukong (character in the classic Chinese novel Journey to the West); Monkey King; (ch) Son Goku (Dragon Ball)

孫燕姿


孙燕姿

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sūn yàn zī
    sun1 yan4 zi1
sun yen tzu

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Stefanie
Stefanie Sun (1978-), Singaporean singer-songwriter


see styles
sǔn
    sun3
sun
 takuji
    たくじ
to decrease; to lose; to damage; to harm; (coll.) to ridicule; to deride; (coll.) caustic; sarcastic; nasty; mean; one of the 64 hexagrams of the Book of Changes: ䷨
(n,adj-na,vs,vi) (1) loss; damage; harm; unprofitable; (noun or adjectival noun) (2) disadvantage; handicap; drawback; unfavorable; (personal name) Takuji
To spoil, hurt, damage.

see styles
sūn
    sun1
sun
to rub with the hand; to stroke

see styles
sǔn
    sun3
sun
tenon (cabinetmaking)


see styles
sūn
    sun1
sun
(monkey)


see styles
sǔn
    sun3
sun
 takouna / takona
    たこうな
    takenoko
    たけのこ
    takanna
    たかんな
    takamuna
    たかむな
bamboo shoot
(1) (kana only) bamboo shoot; (2) (abbreviation) (kana only) inexperienced doctor; quack; (out-dated or obsolete kana usage) (kana only) bamboo shoot

see styles
sǔn
    sun3
sun
cross-beam for hanging bells


see styles
sūn
    sun1
sun
fragrant grass

see styles
sǔn
    sun3
sun
 hayabusa
    はやぶさ
falcon; Taiwan pr. [zhun3]
(kana only) falcon (esp. the peregrine falcon, Falco peregrinus); (surname) Hayabusa

see styles
sūn
    sun1
sun
(literary) supper


see styles
sūn
    sun1
sun
 san
variant of 飧[sun1]
to dine

不損


不损

see styles
sǔn
    bu4 sun3
pu sun
 fuson
not harming

兒孫


儿孙

see styles
ér sūn
    er2 sun1
erh sun
 jison
descendant
descendants

公孫


公孙

see styles
gōng sūn
    gong1 sun1
kung sun
 kouson / koson
    こうそん
two-character surname Gongsun
(surname, given name) Kōson

冬筍


冬笋

see styles
dōng sǔn
    dong1 sun3
tung sun
winter bamboo shoots (smaller and tenderer as a result of being dug out before they come out of the soil)

割損


割损

see styles
sǔn
    ge1 sun3
ko sun
circumcision (Bible term)

勞損


劳损

see styles
láo sǔn
    lao2 sun3
lao sun
 rōson
strain (medicine)
fatigue

卡榫

see styles
sǔn
    ka3 sun3
k`a sun
    ka sun
clip; latch (on a clip-into-place component)

卯榫

see styles
mǎo sǔn
    mao3 sun3
mao sun
mortise and tenon (slot and tab forming a carpenter's joint)

參孫


参孙

see styles
cān sūn
    can1 sun1
ts`an sun
    tsan sun
Samson (name); biblical hero around 1100 BC

又損


又损

see styles
yòu sǔn
    you4 sun3
yu sun
 mata son su
further lessens

受損


受损

see styles
shòu sǔn
    shou4 sun3
shou sun
to suffer damage

嘴損


嘴损

see styles
zuǐ sǔn
    zui3 sun3
tsui sun
(dialect) sharp-tongued; harsh

外孫


外孙

see styles
wài sūn
    wai4 sun1
wai sun
 gaison; sotomago
    がいそん; そとまご
daughter's son; grandson; descendant via the female line
grandchild from a daughter married into another family

姪孫


侄孙

see styles
zhí sūn
    zhi2 sun1
chih sun
 tesson
    てっそん
grandnephew
grandniece; grandnephew

子孫


子孙

see styles
sūn
    zi3 sun1
tzu sun
 shison
    しそん
offspring; posterity
descendant; posterity; offspring; (surname) Shison
descendants

孫吳


孙吴

see styles
sūn
    sun1 wu2
sun wu
Sunwu county in Heihe 黑河[Hei1 he2], Heilongjiang

孫堅


孙坚

see styles
sūn jiān
    sun1 jian1
sun chien
 sonken
    そんけん
Sun Jian (155-191), famous general at end of Han dynasty, forerunner of the southern kingdom of Wu of the Three Kingdoms
(personal name) Sonken

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

Title CharactersRomaji (Romanized Japanese)Various forms of Romanized Chinese
Sun
Solar
hi / nichirì / ri4 / rijih
Morning Sunasahixù / xu4 / xuhsü
Sun Goddess天照皇大神amaterasuoomikami
amaterasuomikami
tiān zhào huáng dà shén
tian1 zhao4 huang2 da4 shen2
tian zhao huang da shen
tianzhaohuangdashen
t`ien chao huang ta shen
tienchaohuangtashen
tien chao huang ta shen
Sun太陽
太阳
tai you / taiyou / tai yotài yang / tai4 yang5 / tai yang / taiyangt`ai yang / taiyang / tai yang
Asahi
Morning Sun
朝日asahizhāo rì
zhao1 ri4 
zhao ri 
zhaori 
chao
Sun Moon Stars日月星nichigetsuseirì yuè xīng
ri4 yue4 xing1
ri yue xing
riyuexing
jih yüeh hsing
jihyüehhsing
The Sun, Moon, and Stars日月星辰nichigetsuseishinrì yuè xīng chén
ri4 yue4 xing1 chen2
ri yue xing chen
riyuexingchen
jih yüeh hsing ch`en
jihyüehhsingchen
jih yüeh hsing chen
Tomorrow
The Next Sun
明日ashita / meibimíng rì / ming2 ri4 / ming ri / mingriming jih / mingjih
Sunn
sūn / sun1 / sun
Sune
sūn / sun1 / sun
Assuncao阿筍薩奧
阿笋萨奥
ā sǔn sà ào
a1 sun3 sa4 ao4
a sun sa ao
asunsaao
Heavententiān / tian1 / tiant`ien / tien
Dayhi / nichirì / ri4 / rijih
Elson埃爾孫
埃尔孙
āi ěr sūn
ai1 er3 sun1
ai er sun
aiersun
ai erh sun
aierhsun
Gerson蓋爾孫
盖尔孙
gài ěr sūn
gai4 er3 sun1
gai er sun
gaiersun
kai erh sun
kaierhsun
Madisson瑪迪筍
玛迪笋
mǎ dí sǔn
ma3 di2 sun3
ma di sun
madisun
ma ti sun
matisun
Daodejing
Tao Te Ching - Chapter 54
善建者不拔善抱者不脫子孫以祭祀不絕修之身其德乃真修之家其德有余修之鄉其德乃長修之國其德乃夆修之於天下其德乃博以身觀身以家觀家以鄉觀鄉以邦觀邦以天下觀天下吾何以知天下然茲以此
善建者不拔善抱者不脱子孙以祭祀不绝修之身其德乃真修之家其德有余修之乡其德乃长修之国其德乃夆修之于天下其德乃博以身观身以家观家以乡观乡以邦观邦以天下观天下吾何以知天下然兹以此
shàn jiàn zhě bù bá shàn bào zhě bù tuō zǐ sūn yǐ jì sì bù jué xiū zhī shēn qí dé nǎi zhēn xiū zhī jiā qí dé yǒu yú xiū zhī xiāng qí dé nǎi zhǎng xiū zhī guó qí dé nǎi féng xiū zhī yú tiān xià qí dé nǎi bó yǐ shēn guān shēn yǐ jiā guān jiā yǐ xiāng guān xiāng yǐ bāng guān bāng yǐ tiān xià guān tiān xià wú hé yǐ zhī tiān xià rán zī yǐ cǐ
shan4 jian4 zhe3 bu4 ba2 shan4 bao4 zhe3 bu4 tuo1 zi3 sun1 yi3 ji4 si4 bu4 jue2 xiu1 zhi1 shen1 qi2 de2 nai3 zhen1 xiu1 zhi1 jia1 qi2 de2 you3 yu2 xiu1 zhi1 xiang1 qi2 de2 nai3 zhang3 xiu1 zhi1 guo2 qi2 de2 nai3 feng2 xiu1 zhi1 yu2 tian1 xia4 qi2 de2 nai3 bo2 yi3 shen1 guan1 shen1 yi3 jia1 guan1 jia1 yi3 xiang1 guan1 xiang1 yi3 bang1 guan1 bang1 yi3 tian1 xia4 guan1 tian1 xia4 wu2 he2 yi3 zhi1 tian1 xia4 ran2 zi1 yi3 ci3
shan jian zhe bu ba shan bao zhe bu tuo zi sun yi ji si bu jue xiu zhi shen qi de nai zhen xiu zhi jia qi de you yu xiu zhi xiang qi de nai zhang xiu zhi guo qi de nai feng xiu zhi yu tian xia qi de nai bo yi shen guan shen yi jia guan jia yi xiang guan xiang yi bang guan bang yi tian xia guan tian xia wu he yi zhi tian xia ran zi yi ci
shan chien che pu pa shan pao che pu t`o tzu sun i chi ssu pu chüeh hsiu chih shen ch`i te nai chen hsiu chih chia ch`i te yu yü hsiu chih hsiang ch`i te nai chang hsiu chih kuo ch`i te nai feng hsiu chih yü t`ien hsia ch`i te nai po i shen kuan shen i chia kuan chia i hsiang kuan hsiang i pang kuan pang i t`ien hsia kuan t`ien hsia wu ho i chih t`ien hsia jan tzu i tz`u
shan chien che pu pa shan pao che pu to tzu sun i chi ssu pu chüeh hsiu chih shen chi te nai chen hsiu chih chia chi te yu yü hsiu chih hsiang chi te nai chang hsiu chih kuo chi te nai feng hsiu chih yü tien hsia chi te nai po i shen kuan shen i chia kuan chia i hsiang kuan hsiang i pang kuan pang i tien hsia kuan tien hsia wu ho i chih tien hsia jan tzu i tzu
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