"Yuan Tan" meaning in All languages combined

See Yuan Tan on Wiktionary

Proper name [English]

Etymology: From Mandarin 元旦 (yuándàn). Etymology templates: {{bor|en|cmn|-}} Mandarin, {{zh-l|元旦}} 元旦 (yuándàn) Head templates: {{en-proper noun}} Yuan Tan
  1. Chinese New Year
    Sense id: Yuan_Tan-en-name-nFQDW2eD Related terms: Lunar New Year, New Year, Spring Festival

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