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Most of the common names in English find their origins in Greek, Latin, Anglo-Saxon, or even Hebrew, which means they are in no way related to Japanese names at all.

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The Japanese Name Converter uses a combination of dictionary lookup, substitution rules, and machine learning to convert English characters into katakana. For common English names, a dictionary lookup of about 4,000 English names is used.

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English to Japanese: Learn the Country Names in Japanese. This page contains tons of translated country names, all being translated from English to Romaji Japanese and written in alphabetical order, to make it easy for you to quickly translate certain countries from one language to the next.

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In Japanese, foreign names are normally written using the phonetic katakana alphabet. To see what your name looks like in Japanese, just type it in below and click the “Translate” button. If you like, you can also choose from a few different character styles.

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English Name Generator. English Phonetics to Korean Pronunciation Converter.

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Hello everyone, If you know any pretty girl names that work in Japanese and English, please suggest them. Otherwise, please just vote on the poll! Thank you :) P.S. Please don't just mention any names like Naomi, Hana, Karen etc. unless you personally like them.

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Japanese names (日本人の氏名 Nihonjin no Shimei) in modern times usually consist of a family name (surname), followed by a given name. More than one given name is not generally used. Japanese names are usually written in kanji...

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In example, an English kid named Hans probably wouldn't get questioned about his moniker as opposed an English kid named Toshiro. I think that if your husband wants a REALLY Japanese name, make it the middle name and not the first name.

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English names said by Japanese people often sound bad. Hearing アダム (my name) always sounds funny to me even when they try to use the proper English pronunciation.

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