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Explanation: The usual way to put this into Japanese is to use the Japanese phonetic alphabet (katakana). Assuming that the pronounciation of Barsam is the amalgamation of iron *bar* and and the *sam* of Samuel, then in Japanese this would be
or in Japanese letters,
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If you would like to write your name in Sino-Japanese letters then that is not contvetional but possible also. There are many possibilities.
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芭 tree? The Ba of the poet Basho
亜 sub or asia
阿 mainly meaningless, with Buddhist connotaion
佐 use in names a lot...mainly phonetic.
無 nothing buddhist connotation
牟 mainly phonetic