Top 10 English names to Chinese names translation services

If you need to know your English name in Chinese, just for curiosity, to impress your Chinese friends, for a tattoo, for doing business in China or any other reasons. You need to use a free and easy online translator to convert your English name to Chinese name. Below are top 10 tools for you to use:

1. Mandrintools

It is a cool tool to get your own Chinese name based on your English name and find out your sign in the Chinese Zodiac! Simply type in your first and last name, select what kind of characteristics you want to be expressed in the name, select your gender, enter your birth date and press “Get a Name!”. Note that the namer will likely give a different name each time you use it.

2. ChineseNames.org

CHINESENAMES.ORG has the largest database of English to Chinese name translations, over 40,000 names, including given names and surnames, and keeps growing! Its name database includes not only English names, but also German names, Italian names, French names and many other names of European origin. Type your name (given name and surname separately) in the search box and press “enter” to get your name translated into Chinese symbols. You can also browse our name directory to get your name for FREE!

3. Usdiner Chinese Names

This is a free English to Chinese name translation service. The author has spent a large amount of time and effort in the development of it. The fantastic thing is that the same Chinese character can be written in completely different styles, and the software will randomly pick a style.

4. Tepson Free Chinese Name Translation (this service is unavailable at present)

Its Chinese name web translation program is unique in the world in that we guarantee that whatever your name is, it will be translated by our Chinese translation team. If this tool cannot find your name, simply email your name to them, and their mother tongue Chinese converter will translate it for you manually free of charge.

5. Learnchinesez Chinese Names

The web owner says its database below was purchased from a 3rd party, and claiming that it contains some errors (e.g. a better translation may exist for some names). Therefore, it should not be relied upon for anything like a tattoo or business correspondence. If you need a more accurate and professional name translation, you can contact the web owner who will help selecting a Chinese name for your baby, company, etc, and creating an MP3 audio recording of any name spoken in Mandarin and/or Cantonese.

6. CNX Translation

It offers only the first name translation with just a phonetic transcription of the name. Your first names will be translated into simplified Chinese and also Pinyin. This tool will not translate your surname / family name

7. Chinese Tools Names

It is a cool tool to translate your English name to Chinese name. Translate your name in Chinese. Write your name in Chinese characters with pronunciation, calligraphy and meaning. English names and their corresponding Chinese names by gender and origin.

8. ClearChinese Names

It offers only service of English names translated to Chinese character, very simple and easy to use.

9. En. Bab. La

It claims to build the largest online dictionary in the world and offers translations from English names and to Chinese names. Special features include search filters, synonyms, pronunciation and much more.

10. Lechinois Chinese Name

You will find here translated into Chinese characters more than 1500 of the most popular first names in United States, England, Germany, Australia, Ireland, France, Switzerland, Belgium, Spain, Québec Canada, as well as a list of given names and surnames coming from about thirty countries.

Among the above 10 online English names to Chinese names translation services, Which one is your favorite? Or do you have any other similar online translation services? Share with us by adding a comment.

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2 Responses

  1. RuVen says:

    Do you know the joke about Chu, Bu, and Fu? They all went to America and changed their names. Chu called himself Chuck, Bu called himself Buck, and Fu went straight back to China.

  2. translation services says:

    this is the best tools we can get to translate chinese, im trying to search for more but always end up with these ones.

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