What does mayo mean in Chinese?
In simplified Chinese (Mandarin), 'mayo' means 'there is none', or 'there is nothing'.
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Mandarin: 'Zhong Guo Ren' or 'ä¸å½äºº' directly translated means'Middle Country Person'. ' Zhong Guo' put together means China. Alternatively some instances in mass media or in popular culturereferences of è¯äºº (Hua Ren) or åäºº (Tang Ren) have been used.
Being Chinese refers to being a citizen of the country calledChina. Citizenship can be by a number of ways include birth andnaturalization.
It means cute or little... like if a boy likes a girl they would call her... -chan got it?
'Sang' in Chinese can mean many things depending on the context in which it used and the tone in which it is said. ï¼´he most common answer would be 'hurt'.
Depending on the tone and context in which it is said, 'xiong' can mean many different things. Some of the more common include: 'bear' as in the animal, 'chest' as in part of your anatomy, or 'mean' as in not nice.
I think you meant Qilin,or éºéº in Chinese. It is an holy animal that exist only in myths. You can read Wiki's article for more information. Qilin,however,has little to do with Chinese astrology.Though some says it represents Dragon in Chinese astrology.But one must note that they are …quite different animals (myth animals). (MORE)
Depending on the context in which it is used and the tone it is pronounced in, it could mean different things. Some definitions could be 'wall', 'general', 'strong', 'steal', or 'sauce'.
The paper stars are in a jar are just to look pretty tho certain numbers can have specific meanings like 100 or 1000 stars are supposed to grant a wish. 1 pc: The only one 2 pcs: Happy Couple 9 pcs: Love for a long time 55 pcs: Love you with no regrets 99 pcs: May the friendship/love last…s forever 101 pcs: You are the one 365/366pcs: Whole year blessing 520 pcs: I love you 548 pcs: Can't stop loving you 999 pcs: Endless love 1314 pcs: Eternity love I believe that there are also different meanings other than love but I'm not sure what those ones are. (MORE)
It is 'æ' which also can be the meaning of 'I'. IF YOU WANT THIS ANSWER TO MAKE SENSE WITHOUT CHANGING RHE ANSWER, PERHAPS YOU SHOULD CHANGE THE QUESTION TO, HOW DO YOU SAY "I OR ME" IN CHINESE, CAUSE ME IS NOT HOW YOU SAY I OR ME IN CHINESE, OR PERHAPS, WHAT DOES "WO" MEAN IN CHINESE, BUT RIGH…T NOW WHAT DOES ME MEAN IN CHINESE QUESTION DOES NOT MAKE SENSE TO SAY IT MEANS THE SAME IN CHINESE AS ENGLISH (MORE)
its like a tatoo which remembers their ancestors.they consider themselves came from dragons which means high dignity .im studying in beijing.
5th of may It commemoreates the victory of the Mexican militialps over the french army at the battle of Puebla in 1862. hope that helps
Well, in Spanish, mayo means may, as in the month, but if that's not what you're talking about then I don't really know...
The Chinese New Year is the most important day in the whole yeay. It is the time for reunion.. We will have a 7 days holiday and the students will have a month "winter holiday".. Nearly everyone will go home before the Festival and have dumplings that day. Except all of these,we will touch off the… fireworks on the holiday.. There are a lot of ineresting traditionally customs of the Festival.. Until the Lanterm Day, the Chinese New Year will finish. (MORE)
I dont know what the s is, but de Mayo is "of May" The may is the month, eg "The Twentieth of May 2010"
The word Chinese is the English form, so it just describes the Chinese language. In Chinese, China is zhong(1) guo(2) which means middle country. Chinese is zhong(1) wen(2) which technically means middle language, but can be inferred to be language of the middle country
Cinco is Spanish for 5 and Mayo is Spanish for May so the Fifth of May. Cinco is Spanish for 5 and Mayo is Spanish for May so the Fifth of May.
The word shou can have many different meanings depending on the tone and context. The character you are most likely referring to means "hand." It could, however, also mean to sell, to instruct, and to receive, among other things.
å¥¥å©ç»´äº Ão lÃ¬ wÃ©i yÇ But this dosn't have any meaning it is just the name translated into Chinese based on how it sounds in English.
This means what inventions did the Chinese make. example: compas gun powder wheel barrel -ebush
It depends on what the tones are for "wang wang", but the most common meaning is roughly equivalent to "frequently" or "often".
èå¦® This is the word Funi in Chinese writing. However i was inable to find the meaning of Funi in Chinese sorry.
While there may be a word out there to which you are referring, there is no existing Pinyin equivalent for "Tmme," which is as good as saying the word doesn't exist in Chinese. Your best bet is to refer back to whatever source you heard that from and or consult a Chinese speaker.
im pretty sure it means wealth, happiness, purity and brightness,though websites do all say contrasting things. Hope it helped!!
åæçç©ç¬ [shÃ n yÃ¬ de wÃ¡n xiÃ o] - good-natured banter çº¦ä» [yuÄ shÃ] - short form of Joshua (çº¦ä¹¦äº)
Chinese speakers use the same number system as Westerners, especially when writing larger numbers like 2011. Even in the middle of a sentence of Chinese characters, they will usually write an Arabic numeral rather than the Chinese characters for it. However, if you wrote "thirteen" in Chinese, it wo…uld be "åä¸." This is pronounced "shi2san1" in Hanyu Pinyin and "shyrsan" in Gwoyeu Romatzyh. (MORE)
lucky If you are asking for the Chinese equivalent of the word 'lucky', it is å¹¸è¿ xing(4) yun(4) --> lucky / fortunate
dage, or better 'DÃ gÄ' means 'big brother'/'older brother'. It is either used within a family setting, or to show respect to a person, depending on the situation.
Amulet to ward off evil and disease. Old days worn by children (one coin added each year until age 15) Prosperity
There are many characters in Chinese that mean 'deng', but the most common ones would be: ç DÄng "to wait" ç DÄng "light (like a lamp)" ç» DÄng "ascend" All that matters is the tone marks. One change of a tone mark can you give you a totally different character and meaning.… . The most likely "deng" you are referring to is the first ç DÄng "to wait". Usually used like: çç DÄng dÄng "wait a moment". . (MORE)
ä¸åä¹ç¾å åå [yÄ« qiÄn jiÇ bÇi liÃ¹ shÃ liÃ¹] ---> as a number ä¸ä¹å å å¹´ [yÄ« jiÇ liÃ¹ liÃ¹ niÃ¡n] ---> as a year
Four in Chinese: å pinyin pronounciation: sÃ¬ American pronounciation: ssss (or for some people, ssuh) How to write it: . ä¸¨ . å . å . å
its the same because its a name it only changes if its a thing like dog to perro.(english to spanish)
The question you have asked is incorrect, as good night are the English words, and you wanted to find out the Chinese version of good night. The correct question to have asked would be: How do you say 'good night' in Chinese?
IT means you are the son of the dragon but the Irish meaning is Little king
Depends...a lot I'm guessing your referring to one of these below: ä»: him å¥¹: her å®: it (refers to animals) btw there are about 20 different characters that are phonetically spelled "ta", but I could narrow it down if I had a ta1 ta2 ta3 or ta4 (all of the above are ta1)
xani in Chinese mandarin does not exist. however, three similar words exist: 1- å«ç pronounced , second (rising) tone and second (rising) tone, which means 2- ç°å½¹ pronounced , fourth (falling) tone and fourth (falling) tone, which means 3- é²é¸ pronounced , …second (rising) tone and fourth (falling) tone, which means (MORE)
it means either two things. i will list them. *star in the night sky *light in the darkest cave
If you were born in the Chinese year of the Sheep, you are blessed with one of the luckiest Chinese birth signs. In China, Sheep are a symbol of love and happiness . So this Chinese zodiac sign is believed to be very fortunate indeed. People with this sign are easygoing and submissive. Yet th…ey maintain an air of elegance . Like their namesake, they are kind, soft and gentle as a lamb. When the going gets tough, their positive energy, enthusiasm and extraordinary endurance help them pull through. They don't give up, instead they persist through thick and thin. And that's what separates the Sheep from the goats. Lucky colors for Sheep: Green, Red Lucky directions for Sheep: East, Southeast Lucky numbers for Sheep: 0, 2, 3, 7 and 8. Tuesday is the lucky day of the week for Sheep (MORE)
Wok (é), or rather the çé (ChÇo guÅ) in formal terms, is a versatile round-bottomed cooking vessel originating in China. It is used especially in Eastand Southeast Asia. Most often used for stir frying, woks can also be used in other Chinese cooking techniques, such as in stea…ming, pan frying, deep frying, poaching, boiling, braising, searing,stewing, smoking, making soup, roasting nuts or vegetables, or even fermenting rice wine. Very commonly seen in Chinese restaurants, it is a quite heavy cooking instrument. (MORE)
It means rooster... What don't you understand? On the other hand if you're looking for the Chinese word it's: å ¬é¸¡/GÅngjÄ«.
If you mean a person's name, it should write as çº¦ç (yuÄ sÃ¨) in Chinese.
"Zhe" Is a Ping Ying, which means it can substitute many Chinese Characters. For example: è ï¼ è ï¼ é ï¼ æ ï¼ é® ï¼ è½ ï¼ è¤¶ ï¼ è¬«... Try specifying it, or give me the full sentence.
Chinese names are just a mixture of 3 words, or 2 and 4, with each word describing different characteristics the parent wants for the child. Harmony and Peace is Wor Ping or He Ping, (åå¹³) so any name with either å or å¹³ can mean peace.
there are four meanings 1. é« [gÄo] ï¼ã1. tall 2. high 3. senior 4. high-pitched 5. old 2. å [gÃ o] ï¼ã1. tell 2. sue 3. request 4. announce 5. declare 3. æ [gÇo] ï¼ã1. do 2. get 4. ç³(é¤»)[gÄo] ï¼ã1. cakeï¼pudding th…ere are four intonations in the chinese language and each intonation with the same spellingï¼pinyinï¼has different meaning (MORE)
There is no Chinese meaning to an English name, but there is a translation based on how it sounds. æ±èå© [ ZhÅ« lÃ¬ yÃ ]
The sheep on the chinese calendar means you are very curious that is one thing
A rough translation would give "Maylee" the meaning of "beautiful". ç¾ä¸½ [ MÄi lÃ¬ ] (which is pronounced the same as May lee) However, keep in mind that Maylee is an English name. A modern variant of May.
it has a spelling error, but here's what I can make out: "[something] May for grace"
"first", "salty", or "line" would be the most obvious choices but you can't really tell because we don't know the sound. and there's a lot of different meanings to the same sound.
Cinco de Mayo will eventually be regarded as important and celebrated with such worldwide participation as Oktoberfest or the Chinese New Year?
Ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha! Tell us another! Cinco de Mayo is the anniversary of a relatively unimportant battle between Mexico and France (its only real importance is that no one expected the Mexican Army to win, and the fact that they did so delayed France's ultimate victory). It's not a big d…eal even in most of Mexico (where the battle was fought). I've been told by Mexican friends that it's actually a bigger deal in the US (where most people seem to think it's Mexican Independence Day, which is really September 16) than it is in Mexico. (MORE)