Japanese Word Entry

朝鮮人參

Simplified Japanese form: 朝鮮人参

Kana:ちょうせんにんじん
Romaji:chousen'ninjin
Definition: Asian ginseng (Panax ginseng)
Alternative forms: 朝鮮ニンジン 、 朝鮮にんじん
Alternative readings: ちょうせんニンジン (chousen'ninjin)、 チョウセンニンジン (chousen'ninjin)

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Chinese characters used in this word

morning, dynasty, regime, epoch, period, (North) Korea
Readings
Mandarin: ㄓㄠ (zhāo), ㄔㄠˊ (cháo), ㄓㄨ (zhū)
Cantonese: ciu4, ziu1
Japanese: チョウ (chou) / あさ (asa)、 あした (ashita)、 あつまる (atsumaru)
Korean: 조 (jo)
Vietnamese: triêu, triều
Variants
Semantic variant form:

fresh, vivid, clear, brilliant, Korea, new, delicious, rare, few
Readings
Mandarin: ㄒㄧㄢ (xiān), ㄒㄧㄢˇ (xiǎn), ㄒㄧㄢˋ (xiàn)
Cantonese: sin1, sin2
Japanese: セン (sen) / あざ.やか (azayaka)、 すくない (sukunai)
Korean: 선 (seon)
Vietnamese: tiên, tiển
Variants
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Semantic variant forms:

person, man, people, mankind, someone else
Readings
Mandarin: ㄖㄣˊ (rén)
Cantonese: jan4
Japanese: ジン (jin)、 ニン (nin) / ひと (hito)、 -り (-ri)、 -と (-to)
Korean: 인 (in)
Vietnamese: nhân
Variants
Semantic variant forms:

three, going, coming, visiting, take part in, intervene, ginseng
Readings
Mandarin: ㄘㄢ (cān), ㄘㄣ (cēn), ㄕㄣ (shēn), ㄙㄢ (sān), ㄘㄢˋ (càn), ㄙㄢˇ (sǎn)
Cantonese: caam1, cam1, saam1, sam1
Japanese: サン (san)、 シン (shin) / まい.る (mairu)、 まじわる (majiwaru)、 みつ (mitsu)
Korean: 삼 (sam), 참 (cham)
Vietnamese: tham, xam, sâm
Variants
Simplified Chinese form: 叁、 参
Simplified Japanese form:
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