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tāng / tang1
t`ang / tang
 tan / タン
soup; hot or boiling water; decoction of medicinal herbs; water in which something has been boiled
soup (chi: tang); (personal name) Yumine
Hot liquid, hot water, soup, etc.

湯種


汤种

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tāng zhǒng / tang1 zhong3
t`ang chung / tang chung
 yudane / ゆだね
water roux (aka tangzhong), a gelatinous paste made by heating a mixture of flour and water, used in breadmaking to produce a softer, fluffier loaf (loanword from Japanese 種 yudane)
tangzhong; water roux; yudane; gelatinous paste made by heating a mixture of flour and water, used in breadmaking

湯劑


汤剂

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tāng jì / tang1 ji4
t`ang chi / tang chi
decoction; potion

湯加


汤加

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tāng jiā / tang1 jia1
t`ang chia / tang chia
 yuka / ゆか
 Vertical Wall Scroll
Tonga, south pacific archipelago kingdom
(female given name) Yuka

湯勺


汤勺

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tāng sháo / tang1 shao2
t`ang shao / tang shao
soup ladle

湯包


汤包

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tāng bāo / tang1 bao1
t`ang pao / tang pao
steamed dumpling

湯匙


汤匙

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tāng chí / tang1 chi2
t`ang ch`ih / tang chih
soup spoon; tablespoon; CL:把[ba3]

湯原


汤原

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tāng yuán / tang1 yuan2
t`ang yüan / tang yüan
 yuwara / ゆわら
Tangyuan county in Kiamusze or Jiamusi city 佳木斯[Jia1 mu4 si1], Heilongjiang
(place-name) Yuwara

湯圓


汤圆

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tāng yuán / tang1 yuan2
t`ang yüan / tang yüan
 tanyuen / タンユエン    tanyuェn / タンユェン    tanen / タンエン
boiled balls of glutinous rice flour, eaten during the Lantern Festival
(out-dated kanji) (food term) tangyuan; tang yuan; Chinese dumplings made from glutinous rice flour

湯姆


汤姆

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tāng mǔ / tang1 mu3
t`ang mu / tang mu
 Vertical Wall Scroll
Tom (name)

湯川


汤川

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tāng chuān / tang1 chuan1
t`ang ch`uan / tang chuan
 yunokawa / ゆのかわ
Yukawa (name); YUKAWA Hideki (1907-1988), Japanese theoretical physicist and Nobel laureate
(place-name) Yunokawa

湯料


汤料

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tāng liào / tang1 liao4
t`ang liao / tang liao
raw materials for making soup; packaged soup mix

湯汁


汤汁

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tāng zhī / tang1 zhi1
t`ang chih / tang chih
soup; broth

湯泉


汤泉

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tāng quán / tang1 quan2
t`ang ch`üan / tang chüan
 yuizumi / ゆいずみ
hot spring (archaic)
(surname) Yuizumi

湯浴


汤浴

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tāng yù / tang1 yu4
t`ang yü / tang yü
(old) hot bath

湯盤


汤盘

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tāng pán / tang1 pan2
t`ang p`an / tang pan
soup plate

湯碗


汤碗

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tāng wǎn / tang1 wan3
t`ang wan / tang wan
soup bowl

湯藥


汤药

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tāng yào / tang1 yao4
t`ang yao / tang yao
 tōyaku
tisane; decoction (Chinese medicine)
hot water and medicine

湯陰


汤阴

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tāng yīn / tang1 yin1
t`ang yin / tang yin
Tangyin county in Anyang 安陽|安阳[An1 yang2], Henan

湯類


汤类

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tāng lèi / tang1 lei4
t`ang lei / tang lei
soup dishes (on menu)

湯液

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 toueki / toeki / とうえき decoction (in Chinese medicine)

湯円

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 tanyuen / タンユエン    tanyuェn / タンユェン    tanen / タンエン (food term) tangyuan; tang yuan; Chinese dumplings made from glutinous rice flour

湯煙

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 yukemuri / ゆけむり steam

湯屋

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 yuya / ゆや (1) public bathhouse; (2) building with a bath (esp. in a shrine or temple); (place-name, surname) Yuya

湯桶

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 yutou / yuto / ゆとう pail-like wooden container typically lacquered in Japanese style, used for holding and serving hot liquids

湯花

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 yunohana / ゆのはな hot-springs mineral deposits (resembling flowers); flowers of sulphur; geyserite; (place-name) Yunohana

湯華

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 yuka / ゆか hot-springs mineral deposits (resembling flowers); flowers of sulphur; geyserite; (female given name) Yuka

湯潅

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 yukan / ゆかん (noun/participle) washing a corpse for burial

湯気

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 yuge / ゆげ steam; vapour; vapor

湯玉

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 yudama / ゆだま bubbles in boiling water; (place-name) Yutama

湯具

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 yugu / ゆぐ (1) accessories used for bathing; (2) (See 湯帷子,ゆまき・2,腰巻き,ゆもじ・2) garment used while bathing

湯元

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 yumoto / ゆもと source of a hot spring; (place-name, surname) Yumoto

湯口

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 yuguchi / ゆぐち hot-water tap; hot spring; (place-name, surname) Yuguchi

湯垢

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 yuaka / ゆあか scale (i.e. hard water coating in a kettle, etc.); fur

湯治

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 touji / toji / とうじ (noun/participle) hot-spring cure; taking the baths; (surname) Yuji

湯室

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 yumuro / ゆむろ (1) room for boiling water; (2) bathroom; bath; (surname) Yumuro

湯煮

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 yuni / ゆに (noun/participle) boiling (e.g. food)

湯取

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 yutori / ゆとり (irregular okurigana usage) (1) clothing to absorb dampness after bathing; yukata; (2) (abbreviation) twice-boiled rice (for sick persons); (3) (archaism) scoop for removing bilge water

湯舟

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 yubune / ゆぶね (1) bathtub; (2) boat with a bathtub rented to customers (Edo period); (place-name, surname) Yubune

湯女

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 yuna / ゆな (1) women who assist bathers at hot-springs resorts; (2) (archaism) bathhouse prostitute

湯水

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 yumizu / ゆみず (1) hot and cold water; (2) (See 湯水のように使う) abundant item; plentiful item; (surname) Yumizu

湯煎

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 yusen / ゆせん (noun/participle) warming something in a vessel placed in hot water

湯船

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 yubune / ゆぶね (1) bathtub; (2) boat with a bathtub rented to customers (Edo period); (place-name) Yubune

湯銭

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 yusen / ゆせん fee for public bath

湯槽

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 yubune / ゆぶね (1) bathtub; (2) boat with a bathtub rented to customers (Edo period)

湯殿

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 yudono / ゆどの (1) (See 風呂場) bathroom; (2) (archaism) bathing; (3) (archaism) bathing attendant (for a noble); (place-name, surname) Yudono

湯波

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 yuba / ゆば tofu skin; dried beancurd; delicacy made from the skin of gently boiled soybean milk

湯畑

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 yubatake / ゆばたけ hot spring area where mineral deposits are harvested; (surname) Yuhata

湯番

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 yuban / ゆばん person at a public bath in charge of heating the water and filling the baths

湯本

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 yomoto / よもと source of a hot spring; (surname) Yomoto

湯麺

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 tanmen / タンメン (kana only) {food} Chinese-style stir-fried vegetable noodle soup (chi: tang mian)

湯葉

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 yuba / ゆば tofu skin; dried beancurd; delicacy made from the skin of gently boiled soybean milk; (surname) Yuba

湯立

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 yudate / ゆだて (irregular okurigana usage) Shinto ritual in which a shaman or priest soaks bamboo grass in boiling water and sprinkles the water on worshippers (originally a form of divination, later a purification ceremony, now primarily used to pray for good health); (place-name) Yudate

湯量

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 yuryou / yuryo / ゆりょう quantity of hot spring water

湯灌

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 yukan / ゆかん (noun/participle) washing a corpse for burial

湯熨

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 yunoshi / ゆのし (noun/participle) steam ironing

湯頭


汤头

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tāng tóu / tang1 tou2
t`ang t`ou / tang tou
 tōjū / ゆがしら
(surname) Yugashira
The monk in charge of the kettles, etc; hot water manager

湯塊


汤块

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tāng kuài / tang1 kuai4
t`ang k`uai / tang kuai
bouillon cube

湯井

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 yui / ゆい (surname) Yui

湯浦

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 yunoura / yunora / ゆのうら (place-name) Yunoura

湯越

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 yukoshi / ゆこし (surname) Yukoshi

湯園

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 yuzono / ゆぞの (place-name) Yuzono

湯塩

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 yushio / ゆしお (place-name) Yushio

湯王

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 touou / too / とうおう (personal name) Touou

湯岡

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 yunooka / ゆのおか (place-name) Yunooka

湯下

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 yunoshita / ゆのした (surname) Yunoshita

湯河

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 yukawa / ゆかわ (place-name, surname) Yukawa

湯蓋

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 yubuta / ゆぶた (surname) Yubuta

湯垣

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 yugaki / ゆがき (surname) Yugaki

湯岳

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 yutake / ゆたけ (place-name) Yutake

湯釜

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 yugama / ゆがま (personal name) Yugama

湯巻

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 yumaki / ゆまき (place-name) Yumaki

湯貫

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 yunuki / ゆぬき (surname) Yunuki

湯間

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 yuma / ゆま (surname) Yuma

湯丸

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 yumaru / ゆまる (surname) Yumaru

湯基

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 tougi / togi / とうぎ (place-name) Tougi

湯岐

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 yujimata / ゆじまた (place-name) Yujimata

湯宮

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 yumiya / ゆみや (surname) Yumiya

湯汲

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 yukumi / ゆくみ (surname) Yukumi

湯橋

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 yuhashi / ゆはし (surname) Yuhashi

湯郷

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 yunogou / yunogo / ゆのごう (place-name) Yunogou

湯窪

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 yukubo / ゆくぼ (place-name) Yukubo

湯栗

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 yukuri / ゆくり (surname) Yukuri

湯恵

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 yunokei / yunoke / ゆのけい (surname) Yunokei

湯穴

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 yuana / ゆあな (place-name) Yuana

湯月

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 yutsuki / ゆつき (surname) Yutsuki

湯戸

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 yudo / ゆど (surname) Yudo

湯向

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 yumugi / ゆむぎ (place-name) Yumugi

湯江

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 yue / ゆえ (p,s,f) Yue

湯溝

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 yumizo / ゆみぞ (surname) Yumizo

湯香

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 yuka / ゆか (female given name) Yuka

湯高

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 yutaka / ゆたか (surname) Yutaka

湯根

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 yune / ゆね (surname) Yune

湯佐

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 yusa / ゆさ (surname) Yusa

湯坐

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 yuza / ゆざ (surname) Yuza

湯座

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 yuza / ゆざ (surname) Yuza

湯坂

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 yuzaka / ゆざか (place-name) Yuzaka

湯阪

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 yusaka / ゆさか (surname) Yusaka

湯崎

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 yuzaki / ゆざき (place-name) Yuzaki

湯山

see styles
 yuyama / ゆやま (place-name, surname) Yuyama

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Information about this dictionary:

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

A lot of westerners can't tell the difference between Chinese and Japanese - and there is a reason for that. Chinese characters and even whole words were borrowed by Japan from the Chinese language in the 5th century. Much of the time, if a word or character is used in both languages, it will have the same or a similar meaning. However, this is not always true. Language evolves, and meanings independently change in each language.

Example: The Chinese character 湯 for soup (hot water) has come to mean bath (hot water) in Japanese. They have the same root meaning of "hot water", but a 湯屋 sign on a bathhouse in Japan would lead a Chinese person to think it was a "soup house" or a place to get a bowl of soup. See this: Japanese Bath House

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