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What's your Japanese name?
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Takichichitaku Mefutaka

xD I think my last name came out hilarious.
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37 / F / Traverse Town
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My Japanese name is Zukamikitoteka. (ズカミキトテカ)

Pretty freaking cool sounding xD
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Ludotamirikushi Shifukato.
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Mirimoki
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26 / F / pLaNeT eArTh???
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youwannaroll wrote:

Kazishi Kakuta.


How did you get such a cool sounding name? haha


choieraebin wrote:

Mirimoki


And how did yours get to be adorable?
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My first & middle name.
Audrey Taylor = Kadoteshikufu Chikafutamoshi...

Alright then.... you can call me Kadoteshikufu Chikafutamoshi from now on, lmao....
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Maiden_aya wrote:

youwannaroll wrote:
Kazishi Kakuta.

How did you get such a cool sounding name? haha


"Azrael" ... it's my common nick online... but it got too long so i put a space in the middle where it looked good.
it would be too long if i used my username.
*edit* yep: fumodomeikatotokashimotata

enough for two full names.
fumodo meika and totokashi motata (or totoka shimotata, depending on where you break it)
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Chikatokameka...
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Watashi wa Aridoarikato!

I like it...has a nice flow to it :3
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My name is super long.

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Zukutokafu Meikitaarimoto?
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mikato .... mikatotekiku ... i liked the first part, but then it gets too long after that
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43 / M / Reno, NV, USA
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A whimsical exercise for some amusement... Sure, why not? But, "accurate?"-- definitely not. It's hard to conceive that a simple one-to-one substitution scheme that replaces letters in the Roman alphabet, which has nothing to do with the Japanese language (other than to be borrowed in some ways in more recent years), with sounds that admittedly do occur in Japanese (if one substitutes "lu" for "ru" or る) could accurately represent the Japanese language, even for just names.

Anyway, to join in the spirit of friendly discussion... My Chinese given name, 立帆 (Li-Fan), if reversed, becomes the word for scallop (帆立貝, hotate-gai). More realistically, 立帆 could be pronounced in Japanese as Riho, which I think could actually be a Japanese name. With the substitution scheme, my English name becomes "Chimotofu." Sounds like something edible...
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Mine went from Yoshiyuki to Fumoaririkifurume o.o How strange...
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21 / F / Michigan
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lolz sweet Im Tedotamiku mitakadotekimo, lolz should i feel suffisticated? jk lolz
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