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One of the outdoor baths at an onsen at the onsen in Nachikatsuura, Japan
 
A room at a traditional onsen

EtymologyEdit

From Japanese 温泉 (onsen), from Middle Chinese 溫泉 (ʔwon-dzüen, hot spring[s]), from (warm) + (spring[s]). Compare the modern Mandarin pronunciation wēnquán.

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onsen (plural onsen or onsens)

  1. (Japan) A hot spring.
    The hottest springs in Japan aren't in the north but at the Obama Onsen outside Nagasaki.
  2. A Japanese-style resort hotel at a natural hot spring, offering on-site bathing.
    We stayed at a traditional onsen with tatami, yukata, and kaiseki at Onyang outside Seoul.

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EtymologyEdit

From Japanese 温泉 (おんせん, onsen, hot spring), from Middle Chinese [Term?] 溫泉 (ʔwon-dzüen "hot spring")

PronunciationEdit

  • IPA(key): /on.sɛn/
  • Hyphenation: on‧sèn

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onsen (plural onsen-onsen, first-person possessive onsenku, second-person possessive onsenmu, third-person possessive onsennya)

  1. hot spring, onsen.

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onsen m (invariable)

  1. onsen

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onsen

  1. Rōmaji transcription of おんせん

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onsen m (plural onsens)

  1. onsen (a Japanese hot spring)

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onsen m (plural onsen or onsens)

  1. onsen