My name in chinese would be: Bei An Rui
and in Japanese is: Orurando....huh???
hahha you are right
Originally Posted by CsuTiBea
I was just randomly babbling,
btw that comment wasn't meant for you, it was a generalization.
I didn't say you're azn,
and I was thinking about yuditto too, but that sounds kinda weird, I was trying to make it like more familiar name. Hence judit or judith, please no knife.... thank you.
Last edited by flash; 06-19-2006 at 09:54 PM.
Jamiru in Japanese and Zhan Ju Mu in Chinese...
Hmm. Apparently I'm Hong Da Fu in Chinese. Which is a bit different to how my Chinese ex said it was. I like her one better - Dao Wei.
I already know my Japanese one.
That was what I thought! But then.... what the hell kind of name is that in English? Yudit?
Originally Posted by CsuT
Hmm... I decided to try something and entered Luo Bao Ying (actual Chinese name). It tells me my chinese name is Lu Bing Yi. Well, I guess it's a start. It beats "Li".
Yeah... I'm doubting the authenticity of this thing
Heehee. That was fun. I'm Maderein Rii in Japanese. I put my middle name in there too.
Oh, cool. Han Mei Dan in Chinese.
Thanks for that. Made this summer school class less boring for a moment. Oops, back to work, baibai.
well, my actual chinese name (cantonese) is kinda pronounced dang pui yu, and my mandarin one is pronounced dun pei ru. my jap one from a generator is dsomething to do with an island or something.
Originally Posted by Sherman
hey hey hey. i dont appreciate you dissing my name. although i might hate it, that does not give permission for you to bad-mouth it. (im talking about “what the hell kind of name is that”)
Let me clarify if we got this far:
My name, as some of you already know, is judit.
Yes you probably already figured it isn’t English.
In my country, “j” is pronounced “y”.
This leads to the pronunciation of my name being “yudit” and not “judith”.
I got tired of explaining each time that it isn’t “j” it is “y”, so I just let it go. Now im known as “judit” around here... but I do NOT let anyone add the “h” at the end.
Judith ..... ew!! No offence but .... ew!!