Chinese Name Mark (male)

Chinese name Mark: what you see below is the Chinese name Mark, composed by two characters. In this page you're going to read everything about your Chinese name Mark in 4 sections:

Section 1: Image and text;
Section 2: Meaning of each Chinese character;
Section 3: Traditional version;
Section 4: Famous person with the same name.

1) IMAGE AND TEXT

Chinese name
Mark (male)
Chinese Name Mark

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2) MEANING OF EACH CHINESE CHARACTER

First character of the Chinese Name Mark

CharacterAnimationStrokesPinyinMeaning

3

ma2

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Horse; horse (one of the pieces in Chinese chess)

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Big

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A surname


This character's pinyin is "ma3", but here it must be changed and pronounced in the second tone.

Curiosity: Chinese people love the horse for its great courage, speed and confidence in overcoming obstacles, as well as for its friendly nature, strength and beauty.

This character has a different traditional version.

Traditional versionMeaning

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(same as simplified one's)



Second character of the Chinese Name Mark

CharacterAnimationStrokesPinyinMeaning

5

ke3

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Approve; can, may; need (doing), be worth (doing); fit, suit

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But, yet

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Used to emphasize the tone of the speaker

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Used to emphasize to tone of an interrogative sentence

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Used to emphasize the tone of a rhetorical question

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About

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A surname


There's no difference between the simplified and the traditional version of this character.

This page has been created by Giuseppe Romanazzi of WearYourChineseName.com.

3) TRADITIONAL VERSION

Traditional version of your name Mark

Your name Mark has a different traditional version.

Name Mark
Traditional Chinese
Traditional Chinese Name Mark

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4) FAMOUS PERSON WITH THE SAME NAME

The Chinese name Mark is exactly how the Bible character Mark (Acts 12:12; compare an English Bible with a Chinese Bible) is called in China.

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