posted by Ppprmark on July 26, 2015 | 4 comments
So in Chinese class, when we all had to pick Chinese names, I wanted to use the name that was officially listed as mine on all of my adoption forms. I know that the first character is "lotus," but the second character I think is something to do with clear weather? So I'm not sure if it only sounds weird to me because something's being lost in translation.
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oldgabe on July 27, 2015 | reply
My Chinese GF says that it's not a common name and you could understand it as "lotus under a clear sky" and she thinks it's a nice name.
Ppprmark on July 27, 2015 | reply
Oh, tell her thank you for me! That makes so much more sense now.
893371906 on January 6, 2017 | reply
the name is so freak……
solidtext on March 30, 2017 | reply
I would recommend you to consider for a different one as this is indeed NOT a common one. Yes the first character means "Lotus" and the second one "Sunny day" - all great in meanings, but not natural when combined as a person's name. Not only it's not natural, but also difficult for your Chinese friend to remember.

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