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Popularity: Àoyún used to be a popular Chinese male name, however, it is less common today. Baak is one of the more traditional names to choose from. This stunning name offers an inspiring meaning of purity and innocence. A charming name depicting the brand new little life about to arrive! Popularity: Baak is pretty rare among Chinese male boys.What are some Chinese names that allude to one's masculinity or strength?
Tai – another name that alludes to man’s superiority, as Tai in Chinese means highest or “great extreme.” Well, all parents would agree that their child is simply a stand-out, a cut above the rest. Yu – a simple male Chinese name which means “bright.”What do Chinese names typically mean?
Such as Jianguo (‘Establish County’) was used by many babies born during the year that Modern China was founded (1949). Most Chinese given names have meanings of ‘happiness’, ‘beauty’, ‘fortune’, or ‘good wishes. Most traditional Chinese female names are related to ‘beauty’, ‘happiness’, ‘flowers’, or ‘jade’.What is the most common Chinese name?
The most common surnames are Wang and Li (each with about 7% of China’s population, compared to about 0.8% for Smith, the USA’s most common surname). The next 8 in the top 10 most common Chinese surnames are: Zhang, Liu, Chen, Yang, Huang, Zhao, Wu, and Zhou.