Chinese Name Marc (male)
Chinese name Marc: what you see below is the Chinese name Marc, composed of two characters. In this page you're going to read everything about your Chinese name Marc in 4 sections:
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First character of the Chinese Name Marc
|-||Horse; horse (one of the pieces in Chinese chess)|
The pinyin of this character is "ma3", but here it must be changed and pronounced in the second tone.
This character has a different traditional version.
Second character of the Chinese Name Marc
|-||Approve; can, may; need (doing), be worth (doing); fit, suit|
|-||(Used to emphasize the tone of the speaker)|
|-||(Used to emphasize to tone of an interrogative sentence)|
|-||(Used to emphasize the tone of a rhetorical question)|
Some Chinese characters have more than one pronunciation. This is one of them!
It can be pronounced also ke4. Pronounced that way, it means: (First character of the Chinese word for 'khan':
There's no difference between the simplified and the traditional version of this character.
Traditional version of
your name Marc
Your name Marc has a different traditional version.
The Chinese name Marc is exactly how the Bible character Marc (Acts 12:12; compare a French Bible with a Chinese Bible) is called in China.
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