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Meaning of Chinese names - Q

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Intonations                                Understanding Chinese names                                  Top 100 surnames

,   Depending on dialect, the word could be spelled as (Chin, Ching).  It means "admire", "esteem", "respected", "imperial". [qin pei] means "admire", "high esteem"; more commonly used for males.

,   Depending on dialect, the word could be spelled as (Chan, Ching). It means "dear ones", "relative". [qin ren] refer to "relatives".

  Depending on dialect, the word could be spelled as (Chin, Ch’in). This is a Chinese surname. It is the name of the ancient empire whose emperor was Shi Huang Ti.

  Depending on dialect, the word could be spelled as (Chin, Kim, Kum). It is the name of a musical instrument.   [gang qin[ is the "piano";  [shu qin] is a "harp";  more commonly used for females.

  Depending on dialect, the word could be spelled as (Chin, Kim, Kun). It means "hard working", "diligent". means [qin lao] "hard working",   [qin mian] means "industrious", "diligent".

Depending on dialect, the word could be spelled as (Can, Chin, Kin, Kun). It refers to the "Chinese Celery". A prominent personality in history: CAO Xueqin (1715 - 1763), novelist, author of “A Dream of Red Mansions”.

  Depending on dialect, the word could be spelled as (Cheng, Ching). It means "clear", "pure".  [qing li] is to "clear up, put in order",   [qing lian] means "honest, incorruptible"; [su qing] means to "Purge".

  Depending on dialect, the word could be spelled as (Ching).  It means "green".

  Depending on dialect, the word could be spelled as (Ching). It is an ancient term for "senior government official".

  Depending on dialect, the word could be spelled as (Ching). It means "sentiment", "emotion", "passion". [qing jing] means "scene, sight"; [qing li] refer to "logic, reasoning";   [shuo qing] means "plead for someone else"; more commonly used for females.

  Depending on dialect, the word could be spelled as (Ching). It means "clear sky", "fine day".

,   Depending on dialect, the word could be spelled as (Ching). It means "celebrate". is to "congratulate and celebrate".

  [qiong] is Chinese name. It refers to "fine jade". It is the short name for "Hainan".

  Depending on dialect, the word could be spelled as (Ch’iu, Hew, Khoo, Khu, Yeow, Yow). This word is specifically used as a surname.

  Depending on dialect, the word could be spelled as (Ch’iu, Hew, Khoo, Khu, Yeow, Yow). This is also a Chinese name. means "small hill", "mould".

  Depending on dialect, the word could be spelled as (Ch’iu, Chew, Chow). It means "autumn".

Depending on dialect, the word could be spelled as (Ch’iu, Chew, kau, kou, kow). It means "ball", "sphere", "globe". [quan qiu] means "Global".

Depending on dialect, the word could be spelled as (Chuan). It means "spring water", "fountain"; more commonly used for males.

Depending on dialect, the word could be spelled as (Choon, Chuan, Ch’uan, Chuen, Juan, Toan). It means "all of", "whole", "entire", "complete", "every". [quan bu] means "entire", "everyone"; [quan qiu] means "Global". A prominent personality in history: HONG Xiuquan (1812 - 1864), leader of the Taiping Rebellion, which established the short lived “Heavenly Kingdom of Taiping”.  

Depending on dialect, the word could be spelled as (Chun, Ch’un, Koon, Kuan, Kung, Kwan, Quần, Quen). It means "Crowd", "flock", "group".

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