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Re: Hiradaira Heibei

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  • Kass McGann
    ... looks ... It s all Chinese to me! Fujiwara no Aoi
    Message 1 of 3 , Jan 2, 2001
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      > *Hiradaira and Heibei are both combinations of the same kanji which
      looks
      > roughly like:
      >
      > ----- -----
      > \ | / / | \
      > ----- OR -----
      > | |
      > | |
      >
      > So the whole thing would be written like:
      >
      > ----- ----- ----- -----
      > \ | / \ | / \ | / \ | /
      > ----- ----- ----- -----
      > | | | |
      > | | | |

      It's all Chinese to me!

      Fujiwara no Aoi
    • Anthony J. Bryant
      ... I ve seen refs to a couple of names where it s all one kanji repeated. I often felt that these people were like those named Katherynne or Mikayla
      Message 2 of 3 , Jan 2, 2001
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        Joshua Badgley wrote:

        > I just saw this as a possible name combination: Hiradaira Heibei* and
        > couldn't help myself but wonder if this was ever the name of a real person
        > and how many people would try to kill me if I got someont to take this
        > name. After all, it's great! All they'd have to do is learn one kanji
        > and then write it four times! What's more, they wouldn't have to worry
        > about the whole surname-first deal because it would be written the same
        > either way. Okay, I'm having way too much fun with this.
        >

        I've seen refs to a couple of names where it's all one kanji repeated.

        I often felt that these people were like those named "Katherynne" or
        "Mikayla" today; the victims of very stupid and cruel parents... <g>.

        Effingham
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