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, に
red earth (i.e. containing cinnabar or minium), vermilion
, たんねん
painstaking, careful, meticulous, scrupulous, detailed, elaborate
, ぼたん, ボタン
Usually in kana
1. tree peony (Paeonia suffruticosa), moutan
2. wild boar (meat)
, たんば
Tanba (former province located in parts of present-day Kyōto, Hyōgo and Ōsaka prefectures)
, たんご
Tango (former province located in the north of present-day Kyōto Prefecture)
, , たんせい
Takes suru
working earnestly, sincerity, diligence, effort, pains
, せんたん
elixir (of life)
, たんしゃ
, たんしゅ
cinnabar, vermilion
, にいろ
, たんしん
sincerity, faithfulness
, たんせい, たんぜい
Only たんせい
1. red and blue
2. paints, colors
3. painting, picture
, たんでん
point below the navel (a focus point for internal meditative techniques)
, たんどく
May take 'no'
, たんぺき
red and green
, えんたん
red lead, minium
, たんか
red flower
, 練, れんたん
elixir of life (prepared from cinnabar in ancient China)
, たんちょう, タンチョウ
Usually in kana
red-crowned crane, Japanese crane (Grus japonensis)
, ばたん, バタン
, ほうたん
type of smelling salts sold in the late Edo period
, しょたん
Takes suru
writing an inscription on a stone monument (e.g. before carving it)
, おうだん, おうに
May take 'no', See 禁色, See 皇太子
orange color traditionally worn by the crown prince
, きったん, けいたん, キタイ, キタン
Khitan people, Khitai, Kitan, Kidan
, あおに
1. greenish-black earth
See 岩緑青
2. green verditer
3. dark green tinged with yellow
, あかに
, たんしゅう
See 丹波, See 丹後
Tanshū (the two former provinces of Tanba and Tango)
, りょうたん
See 丹波, See 丹後
Ryōtan (region in Kansai corresponding to the two historical provinces of Tanba and Tango)
塗り, , にぬり
May take 'no', Takes suru
painting red, vermillion lacquering
葉牡, はぼたん, ハボタン
ornamental kale (Brassica oleracea var. acephara)
, ぼたんきょう
See 李
variety of Japanese plum
, ぼたん雪, ボタン雪, ぼたんゆき, ボタンゆき
large snowflakes
頂鶴, たんちょうづる, タンチョウヅル
See 丹頂, Usually in kana
red-crowned crane, Japanese crane (Grus japonensis)
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