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21:11 Feb 5, 2012
English to Japanese translations [PRO] Art/Literary - Art, Arts & Crafts, Painting / for a tattoo but i want to make sure that its correct.
English term or phrase:gone girls
My girlfriend wants to get a tattoo in Kanji meaning "gone girls." It's going ti be her first tattoo and I want to make sure that the symbols she gets means what she wanted to get. Please help my girlfriend get the right meaning of the symbols. Thank you!
I suppose this refers to pop culture (song lyrics maybe? see cinefil's references), so you wouldn't use Kanji for this anyway; I rather picture Katakana here. If it's just the Chinese characters your girlfriend is after, you could try Chinese, if it has to be Japanese Kanji, you should try to provide more context (e.g. what is this supposed to mean, what does it stand for and so on).
By the way, the "good gone girl" in Mika's song is apparently translated as 古き良き子女, which would be "good old-fashioned girl (child)", don't know if this is what you want.