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Meaning of Chinese names - S

 

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Depending on dialect, the word could be spelled as (Shih, Sy, Thi). This is also a Chinese surname. It means "distribute", "grant", "bestow". [shi gong] refers to "construction", [shi jia] is to "add", "exert"; [shi shi] means "implementing", "carrying out".

, Depending on dialect, the word could be spelled as (Shih). It means "poetry". [shi ren] means "poets".

  Depending on dialect, the word could be spelled as (Sai, Shih). It means "lion"; more commonly used for males.

  Depending on dialect, the word could be spelled as (Shek, Shih, Thach). It means "rock", "boulder". [ji shi] means "foundation stone".

,   Depending on dialect, the word could be spelled as (Shih). This is also a Chinese name. It means "rock solid", "substantial". [guo shi] means "fruit", "gains"; [jian shi] means "solid", "substantial", [qi shi] means "in reality".

  Depending on dialect, the word could be spelled as (Shih). This is also a Chinese surname. It means "history".  refers to "historical facts".

  Depending on dialect, the word could be spelled as (Sai, Ser, Shih). It means "world". [shi ji] means "century"; [shi ren] means "ordinary people", "people at large".

Depending on dialect, the word could be spelled as (Shih). It means "correct", "affirmative". [fan shi] means "as long as".

Depending on dialect, the word could be spelled as (Sow). It means "keep watch" , "guard". [shou fa] means "observe the law", [zun shou] means "follow the rules".

  Depending on dialect, the word could be spelled as (Sook).  It means "Kind", "gentle"; more commonly used for females.

Depending on dialect, the word could be spelled as (Shue). It means "comfortable", "relaxed". This is also a  Chinese surname. A prominent personality in history: SHU Qingchun [] (1899-1966), better known as Lao She , prominent Chinese novelist and dramatist.

  Depending on dialect, the word could be spelled as  (Soo). It means "dawn", "day break". [shu guang] refers to "light at dawn".

, Depending on dialect, the word could be spelled as  (Soo). It means "upright", "vertical". [shu qin] is a "harp".

,   Depending on dialect, the word could be spelled as  (Soo). It means "art", "skill", "technique". [jian shu] refers to "the art of fencing"; [mei shu] refers to "fine arts".

  Depending on dialect, the word could be spelled as  (Soo).  It means "tell", "narrate", "describe". [ji shu] is to "make a record of".

,    Depending on dialect, the word could be spelled as  (Soo). It means "trees". [shu li] means "establish", "set up"; [shu lin] means "forest";   [shu mu] means "trees".

 Depending on dialect, the word could be spelled as  (Soo). It means "forgive", "pardon". A prominent personality in history: YOW Soo [] (1911 - 1976), Malaysian Chinese educationist, Chinese community leader

  Depending on dialect, the word could be spelled as  (Soo). It means "the rain that comes just in time".

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

  Depending on dialect, the word could be spelled as (Sai). It means "water". [hong shui] means "flood"; [lu shui] refers to "dew";  [shui jing] means "crystals".

,    Depending on dialect, the word could be spelled as (Soon). It means "go along with", "follow". [shun li] means "smooth sailing", "without any hitch".

  Depending on dialect, the word could be spelled as (Soon). It refers to the "legendary emperor in ancient China".

,    Depending on dialect, the word could be spelled as (Soon). It means "speak", "say". [shuo fa] means "wordings", "way of saying things";  [shuo ming] means "explain, illustrate"; [shuo qing] means "plead for someone else".

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

,    Depending on dialect, the word could be spelled as (Soon). It means "bright", "luminous". [shan shuo] means "glisten"  "twinkle".

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