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With the top 10 most popular names for boys in America being Noah, Liam, Benjamin, Jacob, Michael, Aiden, William and James it’s no surprise that many people are looking to other cultures for inspiration when naming their son. In this article we’ve compiled six of our favorite Asian boy names stories from around the world.
Yuri is one of the most popular names for boys in Japan. In addition to being adorable, this name also means ‘lily’ and symbolizes hope.
Choosing an interesting first letter as a middle name for your child is common practice in Korea, but it’s not something you see often in America. For example, Joon-young Park has his Korean first letter as his last name while Joseph Lee uses the same system that we use here with Aiden Austin Choi who goes by AJC!
There are many more Asian boy names worth reading about so be sure to read on if these six stories got you thinking about new possibilities or had some ideas you never considered before.
Asian boy names are not only beautiful in their meaning but also fun to say!
I hope these stories have inspired or helped you and your family make a decision about what name to give your son. If so, please share this article with someone who could benefit from it as well!
Allowing your son to have an identity that is different from you will help him stand out in the future. Wonderful insights into first names for people of asian descent. The following articles provide information on the most popular Asian names and their meanings: The article provides a list of surnames with English translations, origins, and meaning. This blog post is about two girls who were born in Thailand but adopted by American parents. It goes through some of the struggles they faced growing up because they had no family around them. They also share why they chose to give their daughters, twins born in Thailand, Asian names.
In this post, I will introduce you to six interesting Asian boy names stories that are worth reading right now. These short stories have been written by authors from diverse backgrounds and include tales of the past, present day struggles, as well as look ahead into the future.
The first story is called “Ceasefire” and it’s a science fiction narrative about an astronaut who lands on Mars in 2025 CE with her crewmates only to find no sign of habitation or any life at all for that matter. The second story is called “A Wife In Three Acts” and it tells the tale of how one man overcomes his wife’s disapproval when he decides not just to abandon traditional gender roles.
The name of a popular Chinese boy, Akio (愛生) in Japanese means “love life.”
One Korean name is Ji Eun (지은), which can be translated as “wisdom.”
In traditional Thai names, the second character always stands for a word with metaphorical meaning and meaning to that individual. For example, Naiyanaa’s first name translates to ‘Joyful.’
Kanji characters are used in Japanese culture when naming someone. It has three parts: the surname or family name written using kanji; middle names also written with kanji and given surnames or last names again using kanji on top of the middle given name.
In China, a person’s surname is placed before their personal names in most contexts. For example, “Zhang Qiang” (張強) would be “Qiang Zhang”.
In Japaneses culture when naming someone, it has three parts: the surname or family name written using kanji; middle given names also written with kanji and given surnames or last names again using kanji on top of the middle given name. The first character of one’s Chinese zodiack sign can also act as an inspiration for choosing one’s child’s name – so use this to your advantage if you have any hopes at all!