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02-09-2003, 17:10   #1
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Anyone know what this means??

I got this from someone in work. Does anyone know what it means??

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/too tired for an attempted joke...

Moving to Chinese board.
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Try posting this in the language board.

Menu: Society/Languages

You may have more luck there.
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What does this mean??

I got this from someone in work. Does anyone know what this means??
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Just did thanks for that
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the second character means alot of things, it could mean think, hope, plan, miss or want. I think in this case miss would make sense.

They translate as:

I miss you
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03-09-2003, 08:40   #8
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Thanks Demeant0r. I taught it was going to be something like "I love you"!! Freaked out about this all night....thanks again
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why was this moved to personal? just wondering anyway
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It should have been from personal to boards.ie/vbulletin > Society > Languages > Chinese > What does this mean??
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It wasn't moved to personal, it was originally in personal, but Gordon moved it here since it was more suited to this forum.
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this seems a good opportunity to ask what this means:

anybody?
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it means buddha, and it's pinyin it's 'fat' but it's really pronounced fut
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Pinyin is used to transcribe Mandarin, and the Pinyin for this word is .
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thank you very much...both of you... now i know whats on my bag if anyone asks
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