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See also: Kango and kaŋo

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EtymologyEdit

From English  (かん) () (kango), from Middle Chinese 漢語 (MC hɑnH ŋɨʌX, “Han, Chinese + speech, language”), compare modern Mandarin 漢語汉语 (hànyǔ, “Chinese language”).

NounEdit

kango (plural kango)

  1. A Japanese word of Chinese origin, or a Japanese word coined along Chinese lines (a Sino-Japanese word).

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NounEdit

kangō m (plural kangaye, possessed form kangon)

  1. A deserted, dilapidated building.
  2. An empty container.

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RomanizationEdit

kango

  1. Rōmaji transcription of かんご

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kango

  1. watercress