湯桶

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Etymology 1Edit

A wooden yuoke for bathing.

From Old Japanese. Compound of (yu, warm or hot water) +‎ (oke, a bucket or pail; a tub), itself a compound of (o, flax, ramie) + (ke, a container, especially for foodstuffs or tableware).

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NounEdit

湯桶 (hiragana ゆおけ, historical hiragana ゆをけ, romaji yuoke)

  1. A basin or small tub used to douse oneself with hot or warm water while bathing.
  2. A tub or basin for holding hot water, such as when cooking.
  3. A tool used during cold-weather 茶道 (sadō, tea ceremony): a wooden container of warm water with a spout, placed at the entrance for washing and warming the hands of arriving guests.

Etymology 2Edit

A yutō holding soba broth.

Origin less clear. Old Japanese (yu, warm or hot water) + Chinese-derived on'yomi (, a bucket or pail; a tub).

PronunciationEdit

NounEdit

湯桶 (hiragana ゆとう, romaji yutō)

  1. A lacquerware container with a spout for holding broth or tea for consumption after a meal.
  2. A type of tea caddy shaped like a pail.
Derived termsEdit
  • 湯桶読み (ゆとうよみ, yutōyomi): A reading of a kanji compound, consisting of a kun'yomi for the first kanji and an on'yomi for the second kanji.
  • 湯桶言葉 (ゆとうことば, yutō kotoba): A word read with a yutōyomi.
  • 湯桶石 (ゆおけいし, yuoke ishi; ゆとういし, yutō ishi): A stone to the side of the 手水鉢 (chōzubachi, hand-washing basin) at the entrance to a 茶道 (sadō, tea ceremony) room, on which the yuoke is placed for cold-weather tea ceremony.
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Last modified on 9 April 2012, at 18:09