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佳昭

English translation: Yoshiaki (male name)

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Japanese term or phrase:佳昭
English translation:Yoshiaki (male name)
Entered by: Germaine A Hoston
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18:46 Nov 6, 2008
Japanese to English translations [Non-PRO]
Bus/Financial - Names (personal, company)
Japanese term or phrase: 佳昭
This is a first name on a bank ledger. It would be very helpful to know the most common pronunciation for this one--Yoshiaki?
Germaine A Hoston
Local time: 01:55
Yoshi aki
Explanation:
As your assumptiion, 'よしあき' would be better for common phonetic.
I don't think there is other way to read for this.
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sak1234
Japan
Local time: 17:55
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Thank you!
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Yoshi aki


Explanation:
As your assumptiion, 'よしあき' would be better for common phonetic.
I don't think there is other way to read for this.

sak1234
Japan
Local time: 17:55
Native speaker of: Native in JapaneseJapanese
Grading comment
Thank you!

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