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Post by 1234567890 »

Don't understand any Vietnamese... translation please..

Rhin
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Post by Rhin »

Bạn có thể dùng bộ từ điển Hán-Việt trên Internet (bằng Java applet).
Download để dùng offline cũng được.

You can use this Han-Viet dictionary on the net (via Java applet)
You can also download and use it offline.

http://www.viethoc.org/hannom/tdnom_beta.php

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Post by Guest »

Rhin wrote:
hoang hieu wrote:toi co the dowl bo tu dien han-viet o dau
Bạn có thể dùng bộ từ điển Hán-Việt trên Internet (bằng Java applet).
Download để dùng offline cũng được.

This is a free online Han-Viet dictionary, implemented in Java applet. Personally I find it very useful, especially the Pocket PC version which I installed in my PDA and carry everywhere with me.

http://www.viethoc.org/hannom/tdnom_beta.php

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Last edited by ong on Mon Jul 17, 2006 1:32 pm, edited 1 time in total.


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alexchau
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Post by alexchau »

Hey, You Vietnamese people.

Use English or Chinese romanisation, please.


Otherwise you are talking to yourself mate.

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Re: Sino-Vietnamese List

Post by alexchau »

Dear Dylan Sung,

Ni Hao Ma?

hey, do you mind if I ask you that "Are you a Vietnamese?"

I am sorry to say this but as a Chinese, who lived in Vietnam. I had looked into your link and found that not all of them are correct. For examples:

恭 cung(incorrect)
喜 hí(incorrect)
喜 hỉ(correct)
子 tý(incorrect)
朱 chu(correct only before and during the Ming Empire[明朝])(during and after the Qing Empire[清朝) translate as châu)
眛 muội(incorrect0
來 lai(incorrect)
來 lãi(incorrect)
來 lại(correct)
女 nứ(incorrect)
津 tân(incorrect)
椿 xuân(incorrect)

I just scan a bit and I already find that much dunno what happen if carefully check all of them

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Post by jamec9869 »

Dylan Sung wrote:Yep (well, actually not *all* Chinese characters, a couple of thousand characters or so), see my site,

http://www.sungwh.freeserve.co.uk/chine ... rhymes.htm

Cheers,
Dyl.
Such a very amazing link! Thanks you for the post





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Post by Freebau »

alexchau wrote:Dear Dylan Sung,

Ni Hao Ma?

hey, do you mind if I ask you that "Are you a Vietnamese?"

I am sorry to say this but as a Chinese, who lived in Vietnam. I had looked into your link and found that not all of them are correct. For examples:

恭 cung(incorrect)
喜 hí(incorrect)
喜 hỉ(correct)
子 tý(incorrect)
朱 chu(correct only before and during the Ming Empire[明朝])(during and after the Qing Empire[清朝) translate as châu)
眛 muội(incorrect0
來 lai(incorrect)
來 lãi(incorrect)
來 lại(correct)
女 nứ(incorrect)
津 tân(incorrect)
椿 xuân(incorrect)

I just scan a bit and I already find that much dunno what happen if carefully check all of them
Thanks for making remarks in the list, since i've also noticed that not all of them were fine. Very helpful! :)

Porcci
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Post by Porcci »

That is, the rime 鍾 with characters of /l-/ initials.

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Post by karee »

Sorry, I don't understand Vietnamese.
It's even worse that I can't read them because there are no marks above what you wrote.

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