Unicode/Hanzi Search: U+6E6F (湯)

hot water; soup, gravy, broth
Radical 𣱱
Strokes (without radical) 9 Total Strokes 12
Mandarin reading tāng tàng shāng yáng Cantonese reading soeng1 tong1
Japanese on reading tou shou Japanese kun reading yu
Korean reading thang sang Vietnamese reading thang
Simplified Variant(s)

CEDICT Entries:

   [ tāng ]    surname Tang
   [ shāng ]    rushing current
   [ tāng ]    soup, hot or boiling water, decoction of medicinal herbs, water in which sth has been boiled
   [ tāng ]    decoction, potion
   [ tāng shuǐ ]    tonic water
   [ tāng jiā ]    Tonga, South Pacific archipelago kingdom
   [ tāng jiā qún daǒ ]    Tonga
   [ tāng jiā luó ]    Tongariro, volcanic area on North Island, New Zealand
   [ tāng shaó ]    soup ladle
   [ tāng baō ]    steamed dumpling
   [ tāng chí ]    soup spoon, tablespoon, CL:把[ba3]
   [ tāng ]    Tumblr (microblogging and social networking website)
   [ tāng yuán ]    Tangyuan county in Kiamusze or Jiamusi city 佳木斯[Jia1 mu4 si1], Heilongjiang
   [ tāng yuán xiàn ]    Tangyuan county in Kiamusze or Jiamusi city 佳木斯[Jia1 mu4 si1], Heilongjiang
   [ tāng yuán ]    boiled or deep-fried balls of glutinous rice flour, usually eaten during Lantern Festival
   [ tāng ]    bouillon cube
   [ tāng ]    Tom (name)
b7克西   [ tāng lán ]    Tom Clancy (1947-2013), US author
b7克   [ tāng ]    Tom Cruise (1962-), film actor
b7索   [ tāng suǒ xiǎn ]    Adventures of Tom Sawyer by Mark Twain 馬克·吐溫|马克·吐温[Ma3 ke4 · Tu3 wen1]
b7羅   [ tāng luó bīn ]    Tom Robbins, American novelist
   [ tāng sūn ]    Thompson or Thomson (name)
   [ tāng beī ]    Thomas Cup (international badminton team competition)
   [ tāng suǒ xiǎn ]    Adventures of Tom Sawyer by Mark Twain
   [ tāng xùn ]    Thomson (name)
   [ tāng ]    hot-water bottle
   [ tāng zi ]    hot-water bottle
   [ tāng chuān ]    Yukawa (name), YUKAWA Hideki (1907-1988), Japanese theoretical physicist and Nobel laureate
   [ tāng chuān xiù shù ]    YUKAWA Hideki (1907-1988), Japanese theoretical physicist and Nobel laureate
   [ tāng ]    raw materials for making soup, packaged soup mix
   [ tāng wàng ]    Tangwanghe district of Yichun city 伊春市[Yi1 chun1 shi4], Heilongjiang
   [ tāng wàng ]    Tangwanghe district of Yichun city 伊春市[Yi1 chun1 shi4], Heilongjiang
   [ tāng sēn ]    Thompson (name)
   [ tāng mìng ]    the Tang and Wu Revolts: the overthrow (c. 1600 BC) of the Xia Dynasty by the first king, Tang 商湯|商汤[Shang1 Tang1], of the Shang Dynasty, and the overthrow (c. 1046 BC) of the Shang Dynasty by the Zhou Dynasty founder, King Wu 周武王[Zhou1 Wu3 wang2]
   [ tāng zhī ]    soup, broth
   [ tāng quán ]    hot spring (archaic)
   [ tāng ]    (old) hot bath
   [ tāng lín ]    Tang Yulin (1871-1937), minor warlord in northeast China, sometime governor of Chengde 承德, mostly poor in battle but very successful at accumulating personal wealth
   [ tāng pán ]    soup plate
   [ tāng wǎn ]    soup bowl
   [ tāng zhǒng ]    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 湯種 yudane)
   [ tāng yaò ]    tisane, decoction (Chinese medicine)
   [ tāng yīn ]    Tangyin county in Anyang 安陽|安阳[An1 yang2], Henan
   [ tāng yīn xiàn ]    Tangyin county in Anyang 安陽|安阳[An1 yang2], Henan
   [ tāng leì ]    soup dishes (on menu)
   [ tāng xiǎn ]    Tang Xianzu (1550-1616), Ming poet and dramatist, author of The Peony Pavilion 牡丹亭[Mu3 dan5 Ting2]
   [ tāng bǐng yán ]    dinner party given on the third day after the birth of a baby (traditional)
⇒    [ laǒ shǔ shǐ le guō tāng ]    lit. one pellet of rat feces spoiled the whole pot of soup (idiom), fig. one bad apple can spoil the whole bunch
⇒    [ sān tāng ]    san'ao decoction (TCM)
⇒    [ èr tāng ]    second bouillon, a light broth obtained by reboiling ingredients that were previously used to make a full-strength first bouillon 頭湯|头汤[tou2 tang2]
⇒    [ tāng feì ]    to manage a situation badly (idiom)
⇒    [ tāng ]    soup of the day
⇒    [ zhēn tāng ]    eight-treasure decoction, tonic formula used in Chinese medicine
⇒    [ shēn tāng ]    samgyetang, popular Korean chicken soup with ginseng, spices etc
⇒    [ tāng ]    Stendhal
⇒    [ weì cēng tāng ]    miso soup
⇒    [ shāng tāng ]    Shang Tang (1646-? BC), legendary founder of the Shang Dynasty
⇒    [ shāng tāng ]    SenseTime, artificial intelligence company focused on computer vision and deep learning technologies, founded in Hong Kong in 2014
⇒    [ tāng ]    four-substance decoction (si wu tang), tonic formula used in Chinese medicine
⇒    [ ruò jīn tāng ]    secure as a city protected by a wall of metal and a moat of boiling water (idiom), well fortified, invulnerable to attack
⇒    [ naǐ tāng ]    white broth, or milky broth: an unctuous, milky white pork broth of Chinese cuisine
⇒    [ tāng shān ]    Xiaotangshan town in Beijing municipality
⇒    [ lóng tāng baō ]    steamed soup dumpling
⇒    [ huàn tāng huàn yaò ]    different broth but the same old medicine (idiom); a change in name only, a change in form but not in substance
⇒    [ tāng yaò ]    (coll.) to pay compensation for medical expenses
⇒    [ yuè tāng huò ]    battle-ax and boiling cauldron (idiom); facing torture and execution
⇒    [ tāng ]    (Tw) (slang) don't, must not, won't do, (from Taiwanese 毋通, Tai-lo pr. [m̄-thang], similar to Mandarin 不要[bu4 yao4] or 不行[bu4 xing2])
⇒    [ tāng ]    (coll.) profit-motivated article cynically disguised as feel-good content 雞湯|鸡汤[ji1 tang1] and designed to go viral
⇒    [ tǔn tāng ]    to prepare a soup
⇒    [ chí tāng ]    large pool in a bathhouse
⇒    [ paò tāng ]    to dawdle, to go slow deliberately, to fizzle out, to have all one's hopes dashed, (Tw) to have a soak in a hot spring
⇒    [ tāng ]    see 湯浴|汤浴[tang1 yu4]
⇒    [ qīng tāng ]    broth, clear soup, consommé
⇒    [ qīng tāng guǎ shuǐ ]    meager fare, (fig.) insipid, colorless
⇒    [ nóng tāng ]    thick soup, puree
⇒    [ guàn tāng ]    to flatter, to butter sb up
⇒    [ guàn hún tāng ]    to butter sb up, to try to impress sb
⇒    [ baō tāng ]    to simmer, soup made by simmering for a long time
⇒    [ zhēn zhū feǐ cuì baí tāng ]    cabbage, rice and tofu soup
⇒    [ baí tāng ]    clear soup, white broth, also called 奶湯|奶汤[nai3 tang1], decoction of chrysanthemum, liquorice and certain other herbs
⇒    [ luó sòng tāng ]    borscht, a traditional beetroot soup
⇒    [ gēng tāng ]    soup
⇒    [ chì tāng ]    shark-fin soup
⇒    [ roù tāng ]    meat soup, broth
⇒    [ roù tāng miàn ]    noodles in meat soup
⇒    [ yaǒ tāng ]    to ladle out soup
⇒    [ luò tāng ]    a person who looks drenched and bedraggled, like a drowned rat, deep distress
⇒    [ gu tāng ]    mushroom soup
⇒    [ dàn huā tāng ]    clear soup containing beaten egg and green leafy vegetable, eggdrop soup
⇒    [ tāng daǒ huǒ ]    lit. to jump into scalding water and plunge into raging fire (idiom), fig. to brave any danger, to go to any lengths (for a noble cause)
⇒    [ hún tāng ]    potion that makes the soul forget its previous life, (fig.) words or actions intended to attract sb's interest
⇒    [ suān tāng ]    hot and sour soup, sour and spicy soup
⇒    [ tāng ]    chicken stock, chicken soup, (fig.) chicken soup for the soul – i.e. feel-good motivational stories (often used disparagingly because the stories don't really effect change in people's lives)
⇒    [ toú táng ]    first bouillon, a broth made with ingredients that may later be reboiled to make a second bouillon 二湯|二汤[er4 tang1]
⇒    [ xiāng tāng ]    to bathe in a fragrant hot spring (idiom)
⇒    [ gaō tāng ]    clear soup, soup stock
⇒    [ chì tāng ]    shark fin soup
⇒    [ miàn tāng ]    noodle soup, noodles in soup, noodle broth