East Sea

East Sea
East Sea, the
also the Sea of Japan
the sea that separates Korea from Japan

Dictionary of contemporary English. 2013.

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  • East Sea — or Eastern Sea may refer to: * Sea of Japan, a marginal sea between Japan, Russia, North Korea, and South Korea. Called East Sea in South Korea and Korean East Sea in North Korea. See also Sea of Japan naming dispute. * East China Sea, a marginal …   Wikipedia

  • East Sea — noun a) The Dead Sea b) A number of other seas are called locally East Seas in various languages. These include the Baltic Sea, the Sea of Japan, East China Sea and South China Sea. For translations, see appropriate entries …   Wiktionary

  • East sea —    (Joel 2:20; Ezek. 47:18), the Dead Sea, which lay on the east side of the Holy Land. The Mediterranean, which lay on the west, was hence called the great sea for the west border (Num. 34:6) …   Easton's Bible Dictionary

  • East Sea — noun an arm of the Pacific between China and Japan • Syn: ↑Sea of Japan • Instance Hypernyms: ↑sea • Part Holonyms: ↑Pacific, ↑Pacific Ocean …   Useful english dictionary

  • East Sea — geographical name see japan (Sea of) …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • East Sea — /ist ˈsi/ (say eest see) noun another name, used especially in Korea, for the Sea of Japan. See Japan (def. 2) …   Australian English dictionary

  • East Sea (Chinese mythology) — East Sea (Chinese: 東海; pinyin: Dōng Hǎi) is identified as the body of water east of the mainland, according to ancient Chinese geography. It contains modern day East China Sea as well as the Yellow Sea and Bohai Sea. In Chinese mythology, East… …   Wikipedia

  • East Sea Fleet — The East Sea Fleet was the first naval force formed by the People s Republic of China, on 23 April 1949, and was initially based at Shanghai. It has since been assigned to be part of the People s Liberation Army Navy and its headquarters have… …   Wikipedia

  • Dragon King of the East Sea — Ao Guang (Chinese: 敖广[1] or 敖光[2]; Pinyin: Ào Guǎng) is the Dragon King of the East Sea (Chinese: 东海龙王; Traditional Chinese: 東海龍王; Pinyin: Dōnghǎi Lóngwáng) in Chinese mythology. He appeared in different works including Fengshen Yanyi and Journey …   Wikipedia

  • East Korea Bay — The location of East Korea Bay. North Korean name Chosŏn gŭl …   Wikipedia