vinhlong Posted March 29, 2004 at 02:51 PM Report Share Posted March 29, 2004 at 02:51 PM Admin Note: Please read: Hello Vietnamese readers looking for a Chinese version of your name. Although forum members can probably help you with your request, many of the names you seek can be easily found with a bit of your own research. Please try to make at least some effort yourself before posting a request. Long-time forum member Hofmann explains: -- Quốc ngữ is the most common writing system used to write Vietnamese syllables, including names, since the 1930's. Most Vietnamese names are composed of Chinese morphemes (which usually correspond with one character). Because one syllable can correspond to many morphemes, there may be many possible characters for a name if one only supplies the Quốc ngữ. Providing meaning also can usually narrow it down to one character. This dictionary can be used to search for Chinese characters by entering Quốc ngữ, among other methods. -- If you're going to make a post asking for a name, please try this first and then if you still have questions, make a post and include any information that you have already found. If this seems like too much effort, imagine how existing members will feel answering your post (probably using this exact same method). End Admin Note: I was wondering if anyone could help me translate the following vietnamese name "Bao Uyen" into Chinese. I actually have little idea of the meaning. I think it was supposed to mean something like "preserve wisdom" But I can't find any character combination that matches this meaning.Thanks in advance.Vinh Long Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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