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The Name Vietnam in Chinese / Japanese...

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China yuè nán
Japan betonamu
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越南 is the Chinese, old Korean Hanja, and Japanese Kanji name for the country of Vietnam.

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Japan be to na mu
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ベトナム is Vietnam in Japanese Katakana.

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Mandarin dōng jīng / dong1 jing1
Taiwan tung ching
Japanese toukyou(p);toukei(ok) / tokyo(p);toke(ok) / とうきょう(P);とうけい(ok)
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Chinese Tokyo, capital of Japan; Tonkin (northern Vietnam during the French colonial period)
Japanese Tokyo; (place-name) Luoyang, China; (place-name, surname) Tokyo


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Mandarin yuè nán / yue4 nan2
Taiwan yüeh nan
Japanese etsunan / えつなん
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Chinese Vietnam; Vietnamese
Japanese (also read ベトナム) (See ベトナム) Vietnam; (place-name) Vietnam; (surname) Koshinan; (place-name) Etsunan


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Japanese betonamu / ベトナム
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Japanese Vietnam; (place-name) Viet Nam

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Mandarin yuè / yue4
Taiwan yüeh
Japanese etsu / えつ
Chinese to exceed; to climb over; to surpass; the more... the more; generic word for peoples or states of south China or south Asia at different historical periods; abbr. for Vietnam 越南
Japanese Yue; kingdom in ancient China (6th c. - 334 BCE); (given name) Masaru; (female given name) Koyuru; (surname) Koshi; (surname) Koe; (surname) Ochi; (given name) Etsuru; (surname, female given name) Etsu; (surname) Echi
To step over, pass over, surpass, exceed; similar to 超, with which it is often connected; to cross over


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Japanese bin / ビン Japanese bottle; jar; decanter; flagon; phial; vial; (place-name) Vinh (Vietnam)


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Japanese fue / フエ Japanese (place-name) Hue (Vietnam)


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Japanese mito / ミト Japanese (female given name) Mito; (place-name) My-tho (Vietnam)


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Mandarin jiāo zhǐ / jiao1 zhi3
Taiwan chiao chih
Japanese koochi / コーチ    kouchi / kochi / こうち    koushi / koshi / こうし
Chinese former southernmost province of the Chinese Empire, now northern Vietnam
Japanese (place-name) Kouchi (Han-dynasty outpost in Vietnam); (place-name) Koushi (Han-dynasty outpost in Vietnam)


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Japanese koushi / koshi / こうし Japanese (place-name) Koushi (Han-dynasty outpost in Vietnam)


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Mandarin jīng zú / jing1 zu2
Taiwan ching tsu
Japanese kinzoku / キンぞく
Chinese Vietnamese ethnic group in Vietnam and south China; the Kinh people
Japanese Kinh (people); Vietnamese (people)



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Mandarin zhàn chéng / zhan4 cheng2
Taiwan chan ch`eng / chan cheng
Chinese Champa (Sanskrit: Campapura or Campanagara), ancient kingdom in the South of Vietnam c. 200-1693
Japanese See: 占城



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Mandarin zhàn pó / zhan4 po2
Taiwan chan p`o / chan po
Chinese Champa (Sanskrit: Campapura or Campanagara), ancient kingdom in the South of Vietnam c. 200-1693
Japanese See: 占婆


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Mandarin běi qí / bei3 qi2
Taiwan pei ch`i / pei chi
Chinese Tonkin, northern Vietnam during the French colonial period


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Japanese hokubaku / ほくばく Japanese bombing North (Vietnam)


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Mandarin běi yuè / bei3 yue4
Taiwan pei yüeh
Japanese hokuetsu / ほくえつ    kitakoshi / きたこし
Chinese North Vietnam; North Vietnamese
Japanese (personal name) Hokuetsu; (surname) Kitakoshi


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Mandarin nán dìng / nan2 ding4
Taiwan nan ting
Chinese Nam Dinh, Vietnam


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Mandarin nán yuè / nan2 yue4
Taiwan nan yüeh
Japanese nangoshi / なんごし
Chinese South Vietnam; South Vietnamese
Japanese (place-name) Nangoshi


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Japanese chanpa;senjou / chanpa;senjo / チャンパ;せんじょう Japanese (kana only) Champa (former kingdom(surname) in central Vietnam); (place-name) (ancient Vietnamese kingdom)


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Japanese hanetsu / はんえつ Japanese anti-Vietnam


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Mandarin nán zì / nan2 zi4
Taiwan nan tzu
Chinese Vietnam characters (like Chinese characters but native to Vietnam)


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Mandarin ān nán / an1 nan2
Taiwan an nan
Japanese annan / アンナン
Chinese Annam (Tang Dynasty protectorate located in what is now northern Vietnam); Annam (autonomous kingdom located in what is now northern Vietnam, 10th-15th century); Annam (central part of Vietnam during the French colonial period); old name for Vietnam; Annan district of Tainan City 臺南市|台南市[Tai2 nan2 shi4], Taiwan; Kofi Annan (1938-2018), UN secretary-general 1997-2006
Japanese Annam; old name of Vietnam; (surname) Yasuminami; (surname, female given name) Anna



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Mandarin xiàn gǎng / xian4 gang3
Taiwan hsien kang
Chinese Da Nang or Danang, Vietnam



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Mandarin guǎng xī / guang3 xi1
Taiwan kuang hsi
Japanese hironishi / ひろにし
Chinese Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region 廣西壯族自治區|广西壮族自治区 in South Central China, on the border with Vietnam, abbr. 桂, capital Nanning 南寧|南宁; until 1959, Guangxi province
Japanese (surname) Hironishi



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Mandarin huì ān / hui4 an1
Taiwan hui an
Chinese Hoi An (in Vietnam)


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Japanese richou / richo / りちょう Japanese Joseon Dynasty; Yi Dynasty of Korea (1392-1910); Ly Dynasty of Vietnam (1009-1225)



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Mandarin róng shì / rong2 shi4
Taiwan jung shih
Japanese eeichi / eechi / ええいち    eiichi / echi / えいいち
Chinese Vinh, Vietnam
Japanese (personal name) Eeichi; (personal name) Eiichi



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Mandarin bīn zhī / bin1 zhi1
Taiwan pin chih
Chinese Ben Tre, province and city in Vietnam



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Mandarin bīn zhī / bin1 zhi1
Taiwan pin chih
Chinese Ben Tre, province and city in Vietnam



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Mandarin hé nèi / he2 nei4
Taiwan ho nei
Chinese Hanoi, capital of Vietnam
Japanese See: 河内


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Mandarin hǎi fáng / hai3 fang2
Taiwan hai fang
Japanese kaibou / kaibo / かいぼう
Chinese coastal defense
Japanese coastal defense; coastal defence; (place-name) Haiphong (Vietnam); Haifeng; Hai Phong

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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
Vietnam越南betonamuyuè nán / yue4 nan2 / yue nan / yuenanyüeh nan / yüehnan
Vietnamベトナムbe to na mu

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