和田

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Chinese[edit]

 
mix together; peace; harmony
mix together; peace; harmony; and; with; union; cap (a poem); respond in singing; soft; warm
field; farm
simp. and trad.
(和田)
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Etymology[edit]

Homophonous replacement for 和闐和阗 (Hétián) from 1959; Uyghurخوتەن(xoten).

Pronunciation[edit]


Proper noun[edit]

和田

  1. (~河) Hotan River (a river in Xinjiang, China)
  2. (地區) Hotan (a prefecture of Xinjiang, China)
  3. () Hotan (a county-level city in Hotan prefecture, Xinjiang, China)
  4. () Hotan (a county of Hotan prefecture, Xinjiang, China)

Synonyms[edit]

Japanese[edit]

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Etymology 1[edit]

Kanji in this term

Grade: 3
た > だ
Grade: 1
jūbakoyomi

(This etymology is missing or incomplete. Please add to it, or discuss it at the Etymology scriptorium.)

Pronunciation[edit]

Proper noun[edit]

()() (Wada

  1. a surname
  2. Wada (multiple neighborhoods in Japan):
    1. A neighborhood of Shichinohe, Kamikita district, Aomori Prefecture.
    2. A neighborhood of Shika, Hakui district, Ishikawa Prefecture.
    3. A neighborhood of Toride, Ibaraki Prefecture.
    4. A neighborhood of Matsuyama, Ehime Prefecture.
    5. The neighborhoods of Kumatori, Sennan district and of Minami, Sakai, in Osaka Prefecture.
    6. The neighborhoods of Akaiwa, Tamano and Mimasaka, of Kibichūō, Kaga district and of Kagamino, Tomata district, in Okayama Prefecture.
    7. A neighborhood of Kagoshima, Kagoshima Prefecture.
    8. A neighborhood of Hodogaya, Yokohama, Kanagawa Prefecture.
    9. A neighborhood of Ibigawa, Ibi district, Gifu Prefecture.
    10. The neighborhoods of Maizuru and of Kyōtanba, Funai district, in Kyoto Prefecture.
    11. The neighborhoods of Sukumo, of Kitagawa, Aki district, of Tosa, Tosa district, and of Ōtoyo, Nagaoka district, in Kōchi Prefecture.
    12. A neighborhood of Gyōda, Saitama Prefecture.
    13. The neighborhoods of Itō, Kakegawa, Kikugawa and Makinohara, Shizuoka Prefecture.
    14. A neighborhood of Ōnan, Ōchi district, Shimane Prefecture.
    15. The neighborhoods of Sanmu, Narita and Yotsukaidō and of Sakae, Inba district, in Chiba Prefecture.
    16. The neighborhoods of Suginami and Tama, Tokyo prefecture.
    17. A neighborhood of Kurayoshi, Tottori Prefecture.
    18. The neighborhoods of Takaoka and Toyama, Toyama Prefecture.
    19. The neighborhoods of Komoro and Matsumoto and of Nagawa, Chīsagata district, in Nagano Prefecture.
    20. The neighborhoods of Sakurai and of Tenkawa, Yoshino district, in Nara Prefecture.
    21. The neighborhoods of Kōnan, Niigata and of Uonuma, in Niigata Prefecture.
    22. The neighborhoods of Sasayama, of Inami, Kako district and of Shin'onsen, Mikata district, in Hyōgo Prefecture.
    23. A neighborhood of Mihara, Hiroshima Prefecture.
    24. The neighborhoods of Fukui, of Takahama, Ōi district and of Mihama, Mikata district, in Fukui Prefecture.
    25. The neighborhoods of Minami, Fukuoka and of Sasaguri, Kasuya district, in Fukuoka Prefecture.
    26. The neighborhoods of Aizuwakamatsu, Sukagawa and Sōma and of Shirasawa, Adachi district, in Fukushima Prefecture.
    27. A neighborhood of Nan'yō, Yamagata Prefecture.
    28. A neighborhood of Suōōshima, Ōshima district, Yamaguchi Prefecture.
    29. A neighborhood of Minobu, Minamikoma district, Yamanashi Prefecture.
    30. The neighborhoods of Tanabe and Wakayama, of Hirogawa, Arida district and of Mihama, Hidaka district, in Wakayama Prefecture.

Etymology 2[edit]

Kanji in this term
ホータン
Grade: 3 Grade: 1
jukujikun

Orthographic borrowing from Chinese 和田 (Hétián).

Proper noun[edit]

For pronunciation and definitions of 和田 – see the following entry.
ホータン
[proper noun] Hotan (a prefecture, county, and county-level city in Xinjiang, China).
Alternative spelling
和闐
(This term, 和田, is an alternative spelling of the above term.)