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Old 08-03-2004, 12:26 AM   #1
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Whats your japanese name?

What is your japanese name?

http://rumandmonkey.com/widgets/toys/namegen/969/

Even though I have a (real) japanese name I got something else...

Also try the very brittish name...

http://rumandmonkey.com/widgets/toys/namegen/10/

--- I got *藤 Endoh (distant wisteria) 久美* Kumiko (eternal beautiful child)

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I got Taiki Fujiwara.
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Yamashita (under the mountain) Michiyo (three thousand generations)
Does this imply I am older than dirt?

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Yamada Akira - Japenese name
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Nigel Chamberlain - Brit name

I like my Japanese one
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Nippon: Morita (forest field) Shun (fast person)

Interesting, my English last name means forest dweller.

Brit: Humphrey Pelham
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Akimoto (autumn book) Shun.....are we related shawmutt?

Humphrey Watson....and I thought my pirate name Morty was bad
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Saruwatari (monkey on a crossing bridge) Michiyo (three thousand generations)


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Interesting. I had a japanese friend in college, her interpretation is waaaaay different than the website.
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Fujiwara (wisteria fields) Michiyo (three thousand generations)
Michiyo must be a common name in Japan.

Brit name: Charlotte Garside. Sounds pretty matronly. I picture myself as one of those older lady detectives in Brit mystery novels.
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