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A boy child name 2018/9/23 17:29
I'm just wondering, since my family name is (Xie in Chinese, Sha in Japanese) and i would like to named my boy (Wu in Chinese, Takeshi in Japanese). But a traditional Chinese name usually has 3 characters, so is anyone here have any idea what the 2nd character for him, that will go bilingual (i meant sounds good for both Chinese and Japanese).

Many thanks.
B.B
by ocipalla  

Re: A boy child name 2018/9/24 10:30
Some suggestions:
Y - Takeo
- Takefumi
- Musashi
a or - Takekazu

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Re: A boy child name 2018/9/24 11:00
A few more suggestions:
u - can be read Takeshi or Musashi (the first way would be the same as alone)
or - Takemasa
- Masatake or Masamu or Masabu

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Re: A boy child name 2018/9/24 22:08
Well, thanks a lot Guys....really appreciate it
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Re: A boy child name 2018/9/24 22:12
Question....if i named him ӕu
It is read Sha Takeshi / Sha Musashi or Shiyachi Takeshi / Shiyachi Musashi?? which one is right?


Thanks
B.B
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Re: A boy child name 2018/9/25 01:43
Kanji () in Japan can be read many ways - like and P.
But when it is used for names, there is more leeway on how it can be read.
So if you want your son's name to be u and read Takeshi, that is your choice.
For the last name , the traditional is Sha (V), but you don't have to stick with .
If you want it to be closer to the Mandarin pronunciation Xie, you can make it VF[ (that would sound like Shae).
It is up to you.
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Re: A boy child name 2018/9/26 03:17
wakarimashita...doumo arigato ne..:)
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