stumbled upon this, pretty good.
Your name in Japanese :: japanesetranslator.co.uk
Post yours.It is pronounced "DEIVIDDO". (Consonants are pronounced more or less the same way as in English. "I" sounds like ee in meet, but shorter. "E" sounds like e in met. "O" sounds like o in old.)
hahahaha this is perfect, and just in time too since I needed to translate my name for homework assignment!
'Cause you give me something / That makes me scared, alright / This could be nothing / But I'm willing to give it a try / Please give me something
'Cause someday I might call you from my heart
I've been there b4
Mine is Izzaku, which means Isaac... it sounds pretty cool. I can hear a beautiful, curvy Japanese girl saying my name in my ear. *melts*
Grumble Grumble Grumble
Now I've already seen my proper first name used by a secondary Anime character, (which if I remember correctly was 'Louie, the Rune Soldier') which would be pronounced Re-Na-Ru-Do... However, the site can't handle my proper middle and family name, which are both proper Japanese names... (However, I already know the kanji and its translation for my last name, so it really doesn't matter...)
You also have to be careful, as sometimes the Japanese phonetic pronunciation of a proper English name can often turn out to mean something stupid, silly, or nasty in the native Japanese language...
FAVOURITE THREADS EXPLAIN why, or risk an infraction.Rantings of a Grouchy Old Anime Otaku
Interesting, I always wondered what my name was in Japanese, as long as the translator is correct.
Well first here is my English name, with out the middle name, fallowed below by its Japanese equivalent and thirdly its pronunciation.
English: Kyle Harding
Japanese: Kairu Robaato Haadingu
Pronounced: (Ka-ee-Roo) (Ro-Baa-To) (Haa-Dee-N-Goo)
Do to my middle name I now have the Mr. Roboto song stuck in my head.
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"MY DEAR... I GIVE YOU THE CAPELLAN CONFEDERATION"AND THUS THE WAR WAS STARTED NOT BY GUN SHOT BUT BY WEDDING BELLS
My name in Japanese is pronounced more or less the same way as in English. It is pronounced as follow; "HYUUGO". Almost the same way an American or any English speaker person would pronounce "HUGO"
My name in japanese would be GEIBURIERU......................
My love she burns no more
Now she is dead, my heart is filled with
the hopeless darkness of the world
my name would be spelled in japans...
my name is pamela..
so there isn't a real different only the way you speak it..
Consonants are pronounced more or less the same way as in English. "A" sounds like a in father, but shorter. "E" sounds like e in met...
We are affraid of losing controle...But why should you be affraid of losing it...While you didnt have it...