Hi! someone could please translate my name into japanese

Discussion in 'Japan Practical' started by mellymathias, Jun 20, 2018.

  1. mellymathias

    mellymathias Registered

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    Hello,

    thanks to all for watching this thread, i'm looking for someone to translate my full name into correct japanese symbols.

    some automatic translator give me this result :
    Mathias -> マテイアス
    Melly -> メルルイ

    is that correct or should i write it differently!?

    again thank you for taking time to show me the proper way to translate my name! by the way i love Japan and share my life with an Shiba Inu since four years :emoji_wink: Greetings from switzerland to all with love!
     
  2. joadbres

    joadbres Sempai

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    Hi.

    Assuming that each of your names are pronounced in the most common way, these are the best ways to represent them:
    Mathias -> マティアス
    Melly -> メリー


    Note that the way Mathias is written here is slightly different from what you had written, in that a small version of the third character is used. The size of that character affects the pronunciation.

    If the pronunciations of either of your names are non-standard or not what we would expect, then you should let us know how they are pronounced so that we can provide a more accurate rendering.
     
  3. mellymathias

    mellymathias Registered

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    thank you very much!!! i didn't know the size or character matters, my bad! pronunciations is very standard i thing! Melly sound exactly like smelly in english without the front S! and for the first name I know no different pronunciation, always the same, only the spelling of the word sometimes changes the way of writing with one or two T and the presence of H. but i mean mathias is same pronunciation here as the others form in Mattias, Matthias, Matias etc.
     
  4. joadbres

    joadbres Sempai

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    OK. What I already provided is fine, then.
     

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