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iLen China Local time: 01:49 Native speaker of: Chinese, English PRO pts in pair: 8
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1 hr confidence: peer agreement (net): +1
Explanation: 饶石(rao2 shi2)
This is a translation I made up, not in any dictionary.
“饶” means rich or abundant. It is also a Chinese family name.
“石”means stone. It is a favorable word for man's name.
The three word you asked made a perfect sentence : “饶石爱妲媚。” Simple, nice and very Chinese. Is that what you mean?
Xiaoping Fu Canada Local time: 09:49 Native speaker of: Chinese PRO pts in pair: 2566
Explanation: I need his complete name, with first and surname. I usually give an American a Chinese sounding name instead of a phonetically derived polysyllabic "un Chinese" name.
If his surname is Raulston, I'd only use the first syllable phonetically. It would be "Ru ....", (as in Mr. Ru.)
The name "Ru" belongs to the 100 Chinese surname list.
Then I would give him the rest of his name based on his first name, making up two more phonetic sounds, with meaning to sound similar to his first name. Example: If his first name is "David", then I'd use "Da Wei". It means big and brave.
I will also send you the Chinese characters under separate cover. Email me his first name.
Elizabeth Tu United States Local time: 12:49 Native speaker of: English, Chinese PRO pts in pair: 24