Sunday, May 11, 2008

My Japanese Name


ATe Joy thanks for the unique name.Ate Joy it's a good thing that your name sounds like a food.How about mine? Let see...
This explains why Japanese have a short name.For the instructions, add your name on the list and simply spell out your name using the given Japanese letter- translations below. Tag six of your friends and inform them of the tag. Have fun.
TRANSLATION:
A - ka -----G - ji -----M - rin -----S - ari----- Y - fu
B - tu -----H - ri -----N - to ------T - chi -----Z - zi
C - mi----- I - ki -----O - mo -----U - do
D - te----- J - zu -----P - no ------V - ru
E - ku-----K - me ----Q - ke ------W - mei
F - lu-----L - ta ------R - shi ------X - na
1. Oswald - moarimeikatate (sounds like american and states har....har...har...)
2. Junelle - zudotokutataku (Thank God I’m a Filipino! sounds like sadako. nyay! hehehe)
3. JACQUELINE - zukamikedokutakitoku (Ayay!! Unsaman ni perti mang taasa..wa ko kasabot nyahahaha)
4. LIRA LUZ - takishika taduzi ( sounds like a title of an anime show) it's cute!
5. NOVA JOY - tomoruka zumofu [nakakaluka, ano bang sounds ito? parang ang bantot naman..
6. Rosemarie - shimoarikorinkashikiku ( Yay, parank bastos yata and sounds ng name ko..)
7. Jonalyn - zumotokatafuto (my name read to me it means like eating too much puto busa sumo, hahahaha ako pa basta puto wa tawon koy balibad unsa naa ba dha inyo?)
8. Mari-Dee - rinkashikitekuku ( sounds like cashew,kiti2 at kuku..ang sarap sa cashew pagdating sa kiti2 at kuku and pangit.)
Im pasing this to Wheng, Marilyn, Annalyn, Princess,Nora, and Petra

2 comments:

Jojo said...

Hahahahaha....nakakatawa naman ito!!!

Mari-Dee said...

Oo nga,yung sakin ang pangit,ok na sana yung cashew, kaya lang meron pang kiti2 at kuku..ha haha