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    Any baby names?

    I need to help many many students to offer English names. Anyone have boy names start with 'T', 'H' and 'Y'?
    Girls names start with 'A' or 'Y'?
    I am going to but crazy of thinking so much names!

    Thank You!

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    Too many to be listed here. easily search baby names online.

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    Timothy, Tom, Thomas, Ty, Thomson, Harry, Henry, Hugh

    Girl: Amelia, Ann, Amy
    Just of the top of my head....

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    T names.....Trevor, Teddy,
    H names.....Harrison, Hunter,
    A names.....Annie, Alison, Alice, Audrey, Andrea, Alexandra,
    Y names.....Yasmine, Yolanda

    just a few off the top of my head! :)

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    Yves (boy), Yvonne, Yvette (girl)

    Of course, Track, Tripp, Trig (the Palin names)....

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    Why do you have to use those letters?
    I was a kindy teacher for a bit. When I had to name someone, I just tried to make it sound as close to their Chinese name as possible. Or whatever came to my head. Surely it would be better than Ultraman, Elephant, and Orange, like they name themselves.

    Oh, I noticed Japanese names seemed to be popular with little girls. Yoko, Yoshiko, Yuuka, Aya, Ai, Ayaka, Akiko, Akie... there are many pretty Japanese girl names.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shenzhennifer View Post
    Why do you have to use those letters?
    I was a kindy teacher for a bit. When I had to name someone, I just tried to make it sound as close to their Chinese name as possible. Or whatever came to my head. Surely it would be better than Ultraman, Elephant, and Orange, like they name themselves.

    Oh, I noticed Japanese names seemed to be popular with little girls. Yoko, Yoshiko, Yuuka, Aya, Ai, Ayaka, Akiko, Akie... there are many pretty Japanese girl names.
    Same as you, I just try to make it sound like their chinese names. Many chinese boy call 'Hong' 'Tak'...........girls call 'Yan', 'Yiu'.........etc. They are start with letter 'H' 'T' and 'Y'.

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    Oh, haha, I get it. But for me, I would call Hong - John, Tak - Jack, Yan - Jan, Yiu - Jill, etc. (not that I have a love of `J` - just for example)

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