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Cameron Lee McLeod

Chinese translation: Ma Kang Li

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English term or phrase:Cameron Lee McLeod
Chinese translation:Ma Kang Li
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12:55 Sep 14, 2000
English to Chinese translations [Non-PRO]
Art/Literary
English term or phrase: Cameron Lee McLeod
I wood like to see this spelled in chinese please.
Cameron Lee McLeod
Ma Kang Li
Explanation:
This is a Chinese name, not a phonetically made name that means nothing.

Ma for the "M" in McLeod (phonetically)
Kang for the "Cam" in Cameron
Li for the "Lee" in Lee

Ma is a true family surname for "horse"

Kang is a word for "healthy" which is used for males predominantly

Li is a word for "strong" and is also used for males predominantly

I will be happy to send a jpeg picture of your new Chinese name. Tell me if you want it vertically or horizontally arranged and whether or not you want simplified or classical characters.
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Local time: 01:42
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naMa Kang Li
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Ma Kang Li


Explanation:
This is a Chinese name, not a phonetically made name that means nothing.

Ma for the "M" in McLeod (phonetically)
Kang for the "Cam" in Cameron
Li for the "Lee" in Lee

Ma is a true family surname for "horse"

Kang is a word for "healthy" which is used for males predominantly

Li is a word for "strong" and is also used for males predominantly

I will be happy to send a jpeg picture of your new Chinese name. Tell me if you want it vertically or horizontally arranged and whether or not you want simplified or classical characters.



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Elizabeth Tu
United States
Local time: 01:42
Native speaker of: Native in EnglishEnglish, Native in ChineseChinese
PRO pts in pair: 24

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