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Meaning of Chinese names T

 

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  Depending on dialect, the word could be spelled as  (Tai, Thai) It means "platform", "stage".   [zhan tai] refers to a "station platform".

  Depending on dialect, the word could be spelled as  (Tai, Thai). It means "highest", "greatest". [tai gu] means "time immemorial"; [tai kong] refers to "outer space"; [tai tai] is the "wife", "Mrs", "madam".

  Depending on dialect, the word could be spelled as  (Tai, Thai). It means "peace", "grand", "Thailand". [tai guo] refers to "Thailand". [tai ran] means "calm", "composed".

  Depending on dialect, the word could be spelled as  (Dam, Tan, Tham, Thum). This word is specifically used as a surname.

  Depending on dialect, the word could be spelled as  (Dam, Tan, Tham, Thum). It means "level", "smooth", "open-hearted". [tan ke] is a "military tank";  [tan ran] means "composed", "calm".

  Depending on dialect, the word could be spelled as (Tang, Thang). This is also a Chinese surname. It means "soup".

  Depending on dialect, the word could be spelled as (Duong, T'ang, Tong, Thang). This is a Chinese surname, the name of a Chinese dynasty. [tang ren] refers to the Chinese people, [tang shan] is the name of a city in Hebei province.

  Depending on dialect, the word could be spelled as (Duong, T'ang, Thang, Thong, Tong, Thang). It means "majestic", "imposing", "grand".  [jiao tang] refers to a "church";   [li tang] is a "hall"; [tang huang] means "majestic, Grand". A prominent personality in ethnic Chinese history having this word as part of his name is Professor LIN Yutang [] (18951976), scholar, linguist and author, written or translated numerous books in Chinese and English.

  Depending on dialect, the word could be spelled as (Tao, Tow).  It means "big waves"; more commonly used for males.

  Depending on dialect, the word could be spelled as (Tao, Tow). It means "ceramics", "pottery".

  Depending on dialect, the word could be spelled as (De). It means "special", "unusual", "extraordinary".

  Depending on dialect, the word could be spelled as (Tern, Turn). It means "gallop", "soar" "prance". [teng teng] means "steaming", "ascending"; [huan teng]  means "rejoice", "overjoyed".

  Depending on dialect, the word could be spelled as (Tai). It means "lift", "bring forward" "mention". "supply";   [ti gang] means "rejoice", "essential points";  [ti gao] means "lift", "raise";   [ti gong] means "provide".

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