華奢りん I had decided to
dedicate most of my Saturdays to an event we called Freetalk Saturdays. Last Saturday, was our
second meeting for this year and one part of our conversation was when I asked
them about the meaning of the kanji characters in their names and that if I can
have one for myself, what would be their suggestions.
My name is Katherine and if translated into the Japanese hiragana, it will
sound like /kya-sha-rin/ though the katakana equivalent of my name sounds more
stiff /ka-te-rin/ but I prefer the sound of the first one given by the Miyazaki
International Foundation officer. In English, Katherine,
Catherine, Katarina, Katrina means “Pure” or “Clear” said to be of Greek origin.
I would like to believe that my parents had taken time to think about my name
as I am the firstborn girl in the family after 2 boys ahead of me. I am always fascinated
by the meanings of the kanji characters in a Japanese person’s name. So, every
now and then, if conversations allow, I try to ask…
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