千義

English translation: Chiyoshi

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Japanese term or phrase:*醪`
English translation:Chiyoshi
Entered by: Henk de Groot

10:26 Jan 30, 2001
Japanese to English translations [Non-PRO]
Japanese term or phrase: 千義
This is a Japanese male name.
I need someone (a native Japanese) to help me find out how to read it.
I know "千" is either "sen" or "chi" but is there any other way to read it?
Is it Senyoshi,Chiyoshi, Sengi or something else?
(None of the above sounds right to me...)
If anyone can help me, I will be very happy.
Thank you.
plumeria
United States
Local time: 21:02
Chiyoshi
Explanation:
There is often an element of uncertainty in the reading of Japanese personal names, and you mey have to point this out to your client. However, my money here is on Chiyoshi, because it is the only reading that adds up to an existing name.
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Henk de Groot
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Thank you so much!
I found out from my client that it was indeed Chiyoshi.
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Chiyoshi


Explanation:
There is often an element of uncertainty in the reading of Japanese personal names, and you mey have to point this out to your client. However, my money here is on Chiyoshi, because it is the only reading that adds up to an existing name.

Henk de Groot
PRO pts in pair: 4
Grading comment
Thank you so much!
I found out from my client that it was indeed Chiyoshi.
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