- 温暖 (wēn nuǎn) Cozy (ambience) / Warmth
- 温柔 (wēn róu) Gentle (personality) Literal. Warm and soft
- 温度 (wēn dù) Temperature (reading) Literal. Warm degree
- 温泉 (wēn quán) Hot springs / Spa Literal. Warm spring
- 温室 (wēn shì) Greenhouse Literal. Warm room
- 保温瓶 (bǎo wēn) Vacuum flask Literal. Keep warm bottle
- 温柔 (wēn róu) Gentle Literal. Warm and soothing
- 温习 (wēn xí) Revision Literal. Warming-up study
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- 温水 (cháng wēn shuǐ) Warm water – often a mix of room temperature and hot water. Drinking warm water is an acquired taste and pretty uncommon in western countries.
- 温灸 (wēn jiǔ) Warm Moxibustion – a variation from traditional Moxibustion (艾灸). As some people might find direct heat too overbearing, this method suspends the Moxa stick further away from the acupoints. As time went by, various types of apparatus have been invented to better contain the heat.
- 温酒 (wēn jiǔ) Warm wine – note that the pronunciation is identical with 温灸. This is not to be confused with mulled wine where spices are added into red wine. Chinese believe that drinking warm wine (in general) lessens the destructions within the body and is easier to stay sober. Japanese believe that Sakes (清酒) are most flavorful when served in warm carafes.