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 Intonations                               Understanding Chinese names                                    Top 100 surnames

  Depending on dialect, the word could be spelled as (Ngoi). It means "external", "outside". [wai gong] refers to "mother's father; maternal grandfather"; [wai guan] refers to "external appearance". [wai guo] refer to "foreign country".

  Depending on dialect, the word could be spelled as (Won). It means "graceful", "tactful"; more commonly used for females.

  Depending on dialect, the word could be spelled as (Van, Won). It means "smile".

  Depending on dialect, the word could be spelled as (Van, Won). This is also a Chinese surname. It means "ten thousand", "myriad of".   [qian wan] means "ten million" or "exhortation, please ensure that"; [wan sui] means "long live", [wan wan] means "absolutely", "definitely".

  Depending on dialect, the word could be spelled as (Uong). This is also a Chinese surname. It refers to "an expanse of water".

  Depending on dialect, the word could be spelled as (Heng, Ong, Vuong, Wong). This is the most common Chinese surname. It means "King", "ruler".  [wang guan] is the "crown"; [guo wang] is the "King"; [wang guo] is a kingdom.

  Depending on dialect, the word could be spelled as (Uong). It means "expect", "looking towards". [ming wang] refers to "prestige, good reputation"; [wei wang] refers to "prestige"; [zhang wang] is to "look around".

  Depending on dialect, the word could be spelled as (Uong). It means "flourish", "prosperous". [wang ji] refers to "peak season", "busy season".

  Depending on dialect, the word could be spelled as (Way).  It means "power, "might", "prestige". refers to "the power that invokes respect or rear", refers to "prestige"; more commonly used for males.

  Depending on dialect, the word could be spelled as (Way). It means "power, "might", "prestige". [wei miao] means "subtle".

Depending on dialect, the word could be spelled as (Wai, Way, Wie, Wui). It refers to a type of fern.

  Depending on dialect, the word could be spelled as (Way). It means "majestic", "towering"; more commonly used for males.

,    Depending on dialect, the word could be spelled as (Nguy). It means "preserve", "maintain", "hold together". [gong wei] means "compliment", "flattery";   [si wei] refers to "line of thought".

,   Depending on dialect, the word could be spelled as (Vi, Wai, Way). [wei] is a Chinese surname.

, Depending on dialect, the word could be spelled as (Wai, Way, Wey). It means "to be", "become".

,     Depending on dialect, the word could be spelled as (Way). It is the name of a "reddish jade". It also means "precious".

  Depending on dialect, the word could be spelled as (Way). It means "great".   [hong wei] means "grand", "imposing", "magnificent";   [wei ji] means "great feat", "brilliant achievement"; [wei ren] refers to a "great person"; more commonly used for males.

  Depending on dialect, the word could be spelled as (Nguy). This is a Chinese surname. It is the name of an ancient Chinese kingdom.

Depending on dialect, the word could be spelled as (Wai, Way). It means "position", "seat".

Depending on dialect, the word could be spelled as (Wan, Wern). This is also a Chinese surname. It is the surname of the current Chinese Premier. It means "warm".  [wen rou] means "gentle and tender", [wen he] means "moderate".

Depending on dialect, the word could be spelled as (Boon, Man, Mun, Van, Voon, Vun, Wern, Won Woon, Wun). This is also a Chinese surname. It means "language", "culture", "literature". [wen hua] refers to "culture", [wen xue] means "literature", [zhong wen] refers to the "Chinese language". A prominent personality in history: ZHUO Wenjun (150 - 115 BC), one of the beauties in ancient China.

Depending on dialect, the word could be spelled as (Ong, Woong). This is also a Chinese surname. It refers to "an elderly man". [zhu ren weng] refers to the "master", [fu weng] is a "very rich man".

Depending on dialect, the word could be spelled as (Eng, Ing, Goh, Ng, Ngo, Wee, Woo). This is a Chinese surname. It is the name of an ancient Kingdom.

Depending on dialect, the word could be spelled as (Moo, Woo). This is a Chinese surname. It means "Wizard", "Witch". It also refers to the "Malay" race in Malaysia. [wu po] is a "witch", [wu shu] refers to "witchcraft".

Depending on dialect, the word could be spelled as (Mo, Vu, Woo). This is also a Chinese surname. It means "martial art", "fight". [wu li] refers to the "use of force", [wu shu] refers to "Chinese martial arts". A prominent personality in history: WU Zetian [] (624 - 705), the only Empress in Chinese history

Depending on dialect, the word could be spelled as (Ng, Vu, Woo). This is also a Chinese surname. It means "five", "team member", "associates". [dui wu] means "troops", "rank". [ru wu] means "join the rank", "enlisted", [tui wu] means "ex-military serviceman", "veteran".

Depending on dialect, the word could be spelled as (Woo). It means "awakening", "realise", "aware". [jue wu] means "aware of", "realise", "comprehend".

, Depending on dialect, the word could be spelled as (Woo). It means "affairs", "business", "matters". [wu shi] means "pragmatic", [ye wu] refers to "business", "profession", [yi wu] means "duty, obligation, volunteer".

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