If you want one of these distinct Chinese names for your baby girl, then here are few favorites for you to think over along with their Chinese name translation. Dongmei-which means winter plum, Luli- which means dewy jasmine, Ning-which means tranquil, Zhu-which means bamboo, Yu-which means rain or jade, Song-which means a pine tree and Dandan-which means red or cinnabar.
For boy’s Chinese names you could use; Jun-which means truthful, Quon-which means bright one, Cheung-which means good luck, Hu-which means tiger, Shing-which means victory, Yong-which means courageous and Manchu-which means pure one.
Whether choosing Chinese names for your baby boy or girl, any of these names would be graceful and unique for them. You could also use Chinese names from historical figures from China’s history to name your loving bundle of joy.
A Chinese man with the Chinese name of Chiang Chung-Cheng was a leader of the Nationalist in China. He became active in helping to aid in and be a part of a revolution, which was fighting against the Manchu regimen. Chiang was Sun Yat sen’s (who made up the government of Guangzhou) aide of the military. Chiang eventually became leader of the Kuomintang, after this he held many more offices and titles where his leadership power of Nationalist government went on uninterrupted.
An official within the Chinese government with the Chinese names of Jiang Zemin was Secretary General to the Communist Party of the Chinese from the year 1809 through the year 2002. He then became Chinese President from the year 1993 throughout until the year 2003. Jiang was also an engineer in the electrical fields and a very industrious and respected executive.
These are just two of many historical Chinese names in China’s history and heritage that any young boy would be proud and happy to have.
A woman, whose Chines names was Lady Li of Sichuan, came up with the beginning of the art craft, which she traced pictures onto window’s made of paper, she used her brush and paint to trace around the lovely shapes and shadows the bamboo and the Moon would cast onto the paper windows. They made very beautiful scenes and she became known as the creator of the art called bamboo brush painting. Lady Li was a great artist and known throughout China.
Another woman with the Chinese names of Xue Tao or Hseueh Tao lived in Xiang, which was China’s Tang Dynasty capital. Her Father passed away and her Mother could not be found when she was in her middle teen years, so she was perceived to be of poor heritage and taken to and enrolled in the Entertainer’s and Courtesan’s Guild in Chengdu’s. She was extremely skilled in calligraphy and poetry and became Wei Ga’s admired and best concubine. Wei Ga was a respected Governor of the military of Provence. He passed away too, but left Xue Tao with all the comfort she would ever need. She became an independent woman. She became a very noted and skilled figure in the literature world.
Congratulations on your new, bouncing bundle of baby joy and your decision to give him or her delightful, unique one of these Chinese names. You have these and many more to mull over and think about. You can find many more Chinese names and their translations and meanings on the internet also. Good luck and best wishes for a long, prosperous and healthy life with your new baby.