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On 1/6/2019 at 5:26 AM, hirai said:

My Vietnamese name is Đinh Viết Khoa, some of my friends who learn chinese were already tried to help me but they were not sure about it. 


The surname Đinh is easy, and so is your (generation?) name Viết. However, there are lots of different options for Khoa; from Wiktionary.

丁曰科 is a likely candidate.

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On 4/2/2019 at 3:38 AM, Al said:

Please help translates the Vietnamese name to Chinese 

Lê Thị Phải 


Hi there, 

Lê Thị Phải has a few options for phải. Do you know which meaning you would like? 

 黎氏沛; phải = plentiful

黎氏拜; phải = worship

黎氏派; phải = tributary river / school of thought / style, manner


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On 1/17/2020 at 4:27 AM, Sia said:

Hi, could you help me translate my name into Chinese name please? My name is: Võ Thiên Ân

Which mean: the precious gift of Sun


This is 武天恩 (Mandarin pinyin: Wǔ Tiān'ēn); the given name 天恩 translates literally to "heaven's grace/favour".

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Can someone translate my Vietnamese name to Chinese? First name is Ý minh, surname is Thân Trọng (yes two words, not sure why). I heard two character Chinese surnames are uncommon but possible, I think that could be the case here. I have done some research and I can't find what Ý could be, but the rest may be 明親重. Can someone confirm?

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