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English Chinese Medical Translator - Jimmy Deng  Identity Verified
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Jan 28, 2006

I have an image file (below). I need to type the two characters in a MS Word document. Could someone please help by typing them in this forum, so that I can copy and paste them into my MS Word document? thanks!




[Edited at 2006-01-28 01:24]


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KathyT  Identity Verified
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Are you sure that's Japanese? Jan 28, 2006

The closest I can get to that is

彌栄

But note that the first character is not identical.
Your image looks as though the characters were written by a non-native Japanese/Chinese person, anyway... (like a lot of suss tattoos you see around these days... )

I (personally) don't know of any Japanese character that matches the first one in your image.
Perhaps others will be able to help you...


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michiko tsumura  Identity Verified
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彌栄 Jan 28, 2006

I couldn't find the first kanji. The closet one would be the above. Hope this helps.

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michiko tsumura  Identity Verified
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彌栄 Jan 28, 2006

Hi,

The first kanji may not be Japanes. The closest one I could find is the above. Hope this helps.


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xxxsarahl
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Prosperity? Jan 28, 2006

That's what it looks like to me...

彌栄

HTH

Sarah

[Edited at 2006-01-28 05:21]


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Sushitaro  Identity Verified
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prosperity Jan 28, 2006

sarahl wrote:

That's what it looks like to me...

彌栄

HTH

Sarah

[Edited at 2006-01-28 05:21]


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Bonjour,

I'm sure Sarah's answer is correct.
The caracter written in the image is a rough drawing,
think I.

Sushitaro


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More context is provided Jan 28, 2006

It was told by my client that they're "yayoi". there are two possibilities:

1. the meaning of the two characters is yayoi. If this is the case, are the kanjis "弥生" ?

2. those two characters are ancient (yayoi times) Japanese characters; and they mean something else, like "彌栄" (prosperity?).

Could you tell me which is more likely? thanks!


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Yayoi = 弥生 Jan 28, 2006

Hi, Jimmy Deng

If the two characters are pronounced yayoi, the kanjis are "弥生".
弥生、it means today "March", and etymologically "to arise all around".

彌栄 is generally pronounced "biei" and isn't now used in Japan.
彌栄 means "to prosper more and more".

弥生 can be written also 彌生.

[Edited at 2006-01-28 09:45]


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xxxsarahl
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biei? Jan 28, 2006

Sushitaro wrote:

彌栄 is generally pronounced "biei" and isn't now used in Japan.
彌栄 means "to prosper more and more".

09:45]


how about yasaka?


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yasaka Jan 29, 2006

sarahl wrote:

Sushitaro wrote:

彌栄 is generally pronounced "biei" and isn't now used in Japan.
彌栄 means "to prosper more and more".

09:45]


how about yasaka?


Bonjour, Sarahl,

I've consulted a bigger dictionary of kanjis and I've found "弥栄".
This word is pronounced "i ya sa ka " = "ya sa ka "(if we pronounce it rapidly).

But we Japanese don't now use this word.

Sushitaro


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KathyT  Identity Verified
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Other possibilities... Jan 29, 2006

Most commonly 'iyasaka,' as pointed out by Sushitaro-san.
Another possibility is:

"yaei"
彌栄会 -
医療法人彌栄会(やえいかい)とは、”ますます栄える会”として命名されリハビリテーションを中心として、医療・保健・福祉の各分野にわたり、地域に密着した法人です。
www.yaeikai.com/

'Yasaka' seems to be most common as a proper noun, ie. place name or family name, incl. "Yasaka Taxis," "Yasaka-Jinja."
See: http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&lr=&c2coff=1&rls=GGIC,GGIC:2006-04,GGIC:en&q=yasaka OR%20やさか%20彌栄 -"いやさか"

NHK's Broadcasting Culture Research Institute gives the following:
次に「いやが上にも」を見てみます。こちらの「いや」は、漢字では(表外字なので放送では使えませんが)「彌」と書き、「状態がだんだんはなはだしくなる様子」を表します(例えば「今までよりももっと栄えること」という意味で「彌栄(いやさか)」という単語があります)。つまり「いやが上にも」は、「ただでさえはなはだしい状態なのに、それに加えてさらに」という意味になります。
www.nhk.or.jp/bunken/research/kotoba/kotoba_qa_04010101.html

And finally, a note on the word's relationship to 'yayoi': http://www.qsk21.com/oshira03.htm
三月「彌生」・"やよい"
「やよい(やよひ)」、「實月(みづき・睦月)」に水に漬けた籾(お米の種)がいよいよ茂り出して、日毎に大きくなるようです。ますます繁ってくるさまが、”いやいや生い繁る”ことから、「彌生・いやおい・やよひ・やよい」としたようです。「彌(いや)」とは、「ますます」とか「いよいよ」とか「どんどん」とかの意。
「彌彌」(いやいや)、「彌重」(いやしき)、「彌年」(いやとし)、「彌歯」(いやは)、「彌增」(いやまし)、「彌復」(いやおち)、「彌栄」(いやさか)・・・。
「いやがうえにも盛り上がって」というときの「いやがうえに」というのは、「彌上に」と書くようです。「彌上に」と「彌生(やよい)」は語源上は、おなじところから出てるようです。

Apologies for the lengthy post.


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