Top 100 Chinese surnames (last names) and their meanings (2023)

Top 100 Chinese surnames (last names) and their meanings (1)

According to the latest research of the Ministry of Public Security of China, there are totally 6150 surnames (last names) in use in China nowadays.

China has nearly 1.4 billion people live in the country and the top 100 Chinese surnames cover around 85% of the total population.

Each of the top 2 surnames which are Li and Wang even has more than 100 million population.

If you get familiar with the top 100 Chinese last names, it will be easier for you to recognize which phrases are the names of people and read articles about Chinese more fluently.

The Chinese name usually consists of a surname and a given name. Surname is the same as the family name, which is one character, and the following one or two characters are usually the given name.

Note: In the traditional way, the Chinese surname is ahead of the given name. For example, Li Mei is a typical Chinese name, and Li (李) is the surname and Mei is the given name.

However, if a Chinese name is written in English, sometimes the surname and the given name will change the order to be similar to the foreign names.

Here is the list of top 100 common Chinese last names

1. Wang (王)

Wang is the most common Chinese surname in China, which represents around 1,015 million people in the research of 2019. Wang’s meaning is the king of a country.

2. Li (李)

Li is the second common Chinese last name, which represents around 1,009 million people. Li used to be the name of the king in the Tang dynasty.

3. Zhang (张)

Zhang is the quantifier of the bow and arrow. The people who are good at bow and arrow name themself Zhang.

4. Liu (刘)

Liu is the king’s surname in the Han dynasty. The ancient meaning of Liu is an axe.

5. Chen (陈)

The people whose surname is Chen is the descendant of the king Shun, who is the second king of Chinese history.

6. Yang (杨)

Yang is the meaning of the sun. so the ancient people who believe in the sun name themselves Yang.

7. Huang (黄)

Huang is the name of the color yellow in China, it is also the surname of the Chinese first king in ancient times.

8. Zhao (赵)

Zhao is the name of the king in the Qing dynasty. It is the name of the first emperor in Chinese history.

9. Wu (吴)

Wu is a common name in China and represents 278 million people in China.

10. Zhou (周)

Zhou has a long history in Chinese history, it is a civilian name.

11. Xu (徐)

Xu is the meaning of the law of astronomy.

12. Sun (孙)

Sun comes from an ancient book ShuoWen in China. It is a character in that book.

13. Ma (马)

Ma is the name of the horse in China.

14. Zhu (朱)

Zhu is the royal name of a king in ancient times.

15. Hu (胡)

Hu is a civilian name in China, which has no special meaning.

16. Guo (郭)

Guo is the common surname in Sichuan province, which represents 15.8 million people.

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17. He (何)

He is a common surname in China.

18. Lin (林)

Lin is the meaning of forest, which represents 14.2 million people in China.

19. Gao (高)

Gao is the meaning of height, which represents 14.1 million people in China.

20. Luo (罗)

Luo comes from the Henan province in China.

21. Zhen (郑)

Zhen is a royal name in China.

22. Liang (梁)

Liang is the meaning of the bridge of the river in ancient China.

23. Xie (谢)

Xie is the meaning of “Thank you”.

24. Song (宋)

Song is the name of a dynasty, which is the Song dynasty.

25. Tang (唐)

Tang is the name of a dynasty, which is the Tang dynasty.

26. Xu (许)

Xu is the meaning of axe in ancient China.

27. Deng (邓)

Deng is a country name in ancient China.

28. Han (韩)

Han is a common name of people in minority ethnic groups.

29. Feng (冯)

Feng means the noise of a fast-moving horse.

30. Cao (曹)

Cao is a common name in China.

Below are the 31 ~ 100 surnames in China, which actually don’t have too many meanings. They are all just common names for normal people.

Here they are:

31. Peng (彭)

Peng’s surname is ranked 31th in “Hundred Family Surnames”. Nowadays, Peng surnames are widely distributed, especially in Hunan, Sichuan, Hubei and other provinces, as well as in Taiwan. In addition to Taiwan, the Peng surname of the above three provinces accounts for about 49% of the population of the Han nationality Peng surname in the country. The Peng surname is the 39th most popular surname in China today, accounting for about 0.49% of the Han population. In Taiwan, it is the 35th largest surname.

32. Zeng (曾)

The Zeng surname is a traditional Han surname, which originally originated in the northwestern area of Lanling County (Cangshan County) in Linyi City, Shandong Province. Xia Wang Shaokang gave his younger son Qu Lie a fief as the kingdom of Viscount, which was called the Kingdom of Juanzi. After the country was destroyed, the Prince Wu of the country went out to the neighboring Lu country, using the original country name “鄫” as the surname, but the yibian (阝) was removed, indicating that he left the old city and did not forget his ancestors, called “Zeng”.

33. Xiao (肖)

Xiao surname, Chinese surname. After the implementation of the Second Simplified Chinese Characters in the 1970s, all the meanings of the entire character “Xiao”(萧) were merged into “Xiao”(肖) (not only the last name). So all Xiao surnames were written as Xiao(肖) surnames, but after the official abolition of the second simplified characters, due to the relevant regulations of the household registration management department, it was very difficult to change the surnames, so many people did not change back to Xiao surnames.

34. Tian (田)

The Tian family comes from the Gui family, and the surnames Chen and Hu come from the same line. After the demise of Chen Guo (located in Huaiyang County, Zhoukou City, Henan Province), Chen Wan, a descendant of Chen Hugong, fled to Qi State and later named Tian as his clan. The ancestor of the surname was Chen Wan, a clan of Chen Guogong (a native of Huaiyang County, Zhoukou City, Henan Province)

35. Dong (董)

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The Dong surname, one of the Chinese surnames, is an ancient surname. The origin of the Dong surname can be traced back to Emperor Zhuanxu of Gaoyang, a descendant of the Yellow Emperor. It is said that Zhuan Xu has a sub-name, and the clan lives in the Ruhe area in southeast Henan. Lao Tong, the second son of Lao Tong, Li and Wu Hui successively served as Zhu Rong in the Gaoxin era. Lu Zhong, the son of Wu Hui, had six sons, who later developed into six big tribes. The second son of Lu Zhong Huilian, also named Shenhu, had the surname Dong. The son of Huilian Lian Shuan, and the son of Lian Shuan raised the dragon for Emperor Shun. Emperor Shun named Bian Shuan’s son Yu Dong, called Dong’s father, and called the Polong clan.

36. Pan (潘)

The Pan surname is one of the Chinese surnames, ranking 36th among the Chinese surnames today, [1] accounting for 0.48% of the total population of the country. The Pan surname clan also lives in the Korean Peninsula and Vietnam.

37. Yuan (袁)

The surname Yuan, one of the Chinese surnames, is a multi-ethnic and multi-source surname. After Yu Shun, the ancient emperor, the ancestor was Yuan Taotu.

38. Cai (蔡)

The Cai surname, one of the Chinese surnames, is a typical multi-ethnic, multi-sourced surname, mainly derived from the Ji surname, the Xi surname and the minority surnames. In the Western Zhou Dynasty, Cai Zhong was the ancestor of the Cai family name.

The surname Cai ranked 155th in the Song version of “Hundred Family Surnames”. As of 2013, the total population of the contemporary surname Cai reached 5.52 million, accounting for about 0.46% of the total population of the country, and the total population ranked 44th among Chinese surnames. The distribution of the surname Cai in the country is mainly concentrated in the three provinces of Guangdong, Zhejiang and Jiangsu. The country has formed a region with a high percentage of the surname Cai in the southeast coastal area.

39. Jiang (蒋)

Jiang’s surname is one of the hundreds of surnames in China. According to the records in the “Yuanhe Surname Compilation”, the Jiang family originated from the Ji surname, came from the Zhou royal family, after Zhou Gongdan’s third son Jiang Boring, after the country’s name Jiang Guo (now Huaibin, Henan Province) County) is the clan.

Jiang is an ancient, multi-ethnic, and multi-origin surname. During the Song Dynasty, the Jiang surname was about 260,000 people, accounting for about 0.34% of the national population, ranking 61st. Jiangsu is the largest province surnamed Jiang, accounting for 22.6% of the total population of Jiang surname in the country. During the Ming Dynasty, Jiang was surnamed approximately 490,000, accounting for about 0.53% of the national population, ranking forty-third. Jiangsu is still the largest province surnamed Jiang, accounting for about 23.2% of the total population of Jiang surname. According to the data of “Three Hundred Surnames in China (Part 1)” in 2006, the contemporary Jiang surname has a population of nearly 5.4 million, making it the 45th largest surname in the country, accounting for approximately 0.43% of the national population. The distribution in the country is mainly concentrated in the three provinces of Sichuan, Hunan and Jiangsu, accounting for about 42% of the total population of Jiang. Secondly, they are distributed in Guangxi, Zhejiang, Anhui, Chongqing and Guizhou provinces and cities, accounting for about 31% of the total population of Jiang. Sichuan is home to 17% of the total population of Jiang, making it the largest province in Jiang. The country has formed a gathering area of ​​Jiang surname centered on Sichuan, Chongqing, Hunan, Jiangsu and Zhejiang.

40. Yu (余)

The surname Yu, one of the hundred surnames in China, mainly originated from the surname Ji, who was after Yu Yu in the Qin State during the Spring and Autumn Period. Ranked 51st among the 100 family surnames in the Song version (90th in the Republican version). According to the 6th national census in 2010, the population of the remaining surnames in Mainland China is about 6.5 million (statistics from the National Bureau of Statistics) , Accounting for about 0.52% of China’s total population, ranking 41st that year (ranked 40th in the latest demographic data of the Ministry of Public Security in 2019). The population distribution is mainly in Hubei, Hunan, Anhui, Fujian, Guangdong, Zhejiang, Jiangxi and other southern provinces. Due to the difference in pronunciation in ancient times, there are many differences in the origins of the remaining characters. The birthplace of the surname Yu originated in Fengxiang, Shaanxi. The ancestor of the surname is Ji Yu.

41. Yu (于)

42. Du (杜)

43. Ye (叶)

44. Cheng (程)

45. Wei (魏)

46. Su (苏)

47. Lv (吕)

48. Ding (丁)

49. Ren (任)

50. Lu (卢)

51. Yao (姚)

52. Shen (沈)

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53. Zhong (钟)

54. Jiang (姜)

55. Cui (崔)

56. Tan (谭)

57. Lu (陆)

58. Wang (汪)

59. Fan (范)

60. Liao (廖)

61. Shi (石)

62. Jin (金)

63. Wei (韦)

64. Jia (贾)

65. Xia (夏)

66. Fu (付)

67. Fang (方)

68. Zhou (邹)

69. Xiong (熊)

70. Bai (白)

71. Tan (孟)

72. Qin (秦)

73. Qiu (邱)

74. Hou (侯)

75. Jiang (江)

76. Yin (尹)

77. Xue (薛)

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78. Yan (闫)

79. Lei (雷)

80. Long (龙)

81. Li (黎)

82. Shi (史)

83. Tao (陶)

84. He (贺)

85. Mao (毛)

86. Duan (段)

87. Hao (郝)

88. Gu (顾)

89. Gong (龚)

90. Shao (邵)

91. Qin (覃)

92. Wu (武)

93. Qian (钱)

94. Dai (戴)

95. Yan (严)

96. Mo (莫)

97. Kong (孔)

98. Xiang (向)

99. Chang (常)

100. Tang (汤)

Final Words

Have you found your Chinese friend’s name on the above list?

Tell them their surname’s meaning and I’m pretty sure they will be amazed by you!

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FAQs

What is the rarest last name in China? ›

What is this? The rarest Chinese last name to make to this list of 'top 100' seems to be '通过 Tōngguò' meaning 'by' if you go by the usage statistic. Going by the oldest one in use according to the ancient Chinese last names record, it would be 贶 Kuàng meaning 'bestow'.

What is the oldest Chinese surname? ›

According to ancient documents, the earliest surname in China was "Feng", and the earliest surnames were "Fuxi", "Shennong", "Nuwa's" and so on. The most commonly used ones in China are "Li", "Wang", "Zhang", "Liu", "Chen", "Yang" and so on. 100 common surnames, accounting for about 85% of China's total population.

Is Xiao a surname? ›

Xiao (/ʃaʊ/; Chinese: 蕭) is a Chinese surname. In the Wade-Giles system of romanization, it is rendered as Hsiao, which is commonly used in Taiwan.

Is King a Chinese last name? ›

King is a common last name found among Overseas Chinese communities around the world. In fact, "King" is the transliteration of several different Chinese surnames. Its meaning varies depending on how it is spelled in Chinese, and which dialect it is pronounced in.

Do all Chinese names have meanings? ›

For example, English spelling of the Chinese first name Ming has many different associated Chinese characters, all of which have different meanings. Therefore, when the name is written in Chinese, a person called Ming can have a completely different name from another person who is also called Ming.

Why do Chinese have 3 names? ›

It's a long-established tradition

Until the mid-1900s in China, a person usually had three names besides his or her surname: ming, zi and hao. Ming is the name given by parents; Zi is the name granted to a person at the beginning of adulthood – men usually at the age of 20 and women at 15.

Is LA a Chinese last name? ›

La is a common last name found among Overseas Chinese communities around the world. In fact, "La" is the transliteration of several different Chinese surnames. Its meaning varies depending on how it is spelled in Chinese, and which dialect it is pronounced in.

What is the most Chinese name? ›

Top Chinese Names
RankBoy NamesGirl Names
1沐宸 (Mùchén): 22,958若汐 (Ruòxī): 18,293
2浩宇 (Hàoyǔ): 15,722一诺 (Yīnuò): 16,884
3沐辰 (Mùchén): 15,660艺涵 (Yìhán): 15,388
4茗泽 (Míngzé): 13,175依诺 (Yīnuò): 15,208
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What does the surname Xiao mean in Chinese? ›

Xiao is a gender-neutral name of Chinese origin and has several meanings, but the most notable translations are “dawn”, “little”, and “reverent of the elderly.” Xiao's connotation with the morning will make natural early-risers fall in love with this precious moniker.

What is the most Chinese last name? ›

A report in 2019 gives the most common Chinese surnames as Wang and Li, each shared by over 100 million people in China. The remaining top ten most common Chinese surnames are Zhang, Liu, Chen, Yang, Huang, Zhao, Wu and Zhou.

Is law a Chinese last name? ›

Law is a surname, of English, Scottish, Cantonese, or Chinese origin. In Scotland, the surname means dweller at the low; as in a hill.

Why do Chinese names start with ah? ›

The syllable Ah- (阿) at the beginning of many Australian Chinese and American Chinese surnames is a direct result of this confusion; in Cantonese, adding Ah- before a man or woman's name was, and still is, a common way of creating a nickname, meaning something like “dude” or “pal.” Thus, a person whose surname was Wong ...

What does Zhou name mean? ›

Chinese:: Mandarin form of the surname 周 meaning 'surrounding' or 'whole' in Chinese: (i) from Zhou (周) originally the name of a fief (located in present-day Qishan in Shaanxi Province) where Zhou Wen Wang (1152–1056 BC ; 'King Wen of Zhou') resided. Zhou was famous for his virtue and good nature.

What does the name Zhongli mean? ›

high interest huge profit to value money highly.

What God is Xiao? ›

Xiao is an illuminated beast who has lived for over two thousand years. In his youth, he was enslaved by an ancient god who learned his weakness and forced to perform cruel, violent acts on the god's behalf, including devouring the dreams of his victims.

Is Liu a first or last name? ›

Liu is a common last name found among Overseas Chinese communities around the world. In fact, "Liu" is the transliteration of several different Chinese surnames. Its meaning varies depending on how it is spelled in Chinese, and which dialect it is pronounced in.

Is Xin a surname? ›

Xin (Wade–Giles: Hsin) is the romanization of several Chinese surnames including Xīn 辛, Xīn 新 and Xìn 信, etc. Xīn 辛 is the most common one among these names, it is 379th surname in Hundred Family Surnames.

What does Li mean Chinese? ›

Li (surname 李)
Language(s)Chinese
Origin
Language(s)Old Chinese
MeaningPlum, plum tree
Other names
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What do Chinese people call China? ›

Chinese names for China, aside from Zhongguo, include Zhōnghuá (中華/中华, "central beauty"), Huáxià (華夏/华夏, "beautiful grandness"), Shénzhōu (神州, "divine state") and Jiǔzhōu (九州, "nine states").

How do Chinese name their babies? ›

Chinese families usually give their new baby a name made up of two syllables from the Chinese alphabet, each with individual meanings. Because there are thousands of characters in the Chinese alphabet, it's rare to find two people with the same first name. Some characters are used more often than others, though.

Is Zhang a Chinese last name? ›

Zhang is the pinyin romanization of the very common Chinese surname written 张 in simplified characters and 張 in traditional characters. It is spoken in the first tone: Zhāng. It is a surname that exists in many languages and cultures, corresponding to the surname 'Archer' in English for example.

What Chinese name means lucky? ›

Jiayi. Jiayi is a Chinese girl name meaning “lucky one.”

Why do Chinese have 2 names? ›

The first name is only used or called by oneself to show one's self-modesty while the style name is only used or called by others to show others' respect to the person they address. Many people also have a pseudonym (Hao). It's also for others to address, just like the style name, but with more respect.

What if Chinese name is Marvel? ›

We successfully created the Chinese name 漫威 [màn wēi] for MARVEL, where the character 漫 is used in 漫画 [màn huà], meaning comics (also caricature, cartoon) in Chinese and 威 meaning power, strength, might and prestige.

How do Chinese pick their English name? ›

Many Chinese celebrities have English names so people choose the same name that their favorite singer or actor uses. Other people choose the names of American movie stars or even a character they play. Some people choose a name from their favorite book, either the author's or the main character's name.

Why do Chinese say last name first? ›

Traditionally, Chinese given names are structured by a two-character pattern. The first part is the generation name that is shared by all members of a generation, and the last character is given to the individual person. The reason Chinese people write their surname first is to show respect to the ancestors.

What is a popular Chinese girl name? ›

Common Chinese Name Ideas for Baby Girls in English
NameMeaning
HuifenSmart and fragrant
HuiqingGood luck
JiaFavorite person
Jia LiGood and beautiful
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7 Mar 2022

What is low surname in Chinese? ›

Low is a Chinese surname that can be spelled in 6 different ways in Chinese: 罗 / 羅 [Luo / Low] Meaning: gauze, to collect, to gather, to catch, to sift. Regions : United States, Singapore.

Is Xi a common name in China? ›

習, 习 (Xí; see Chinese Wikipedia article) This is the most common surname romanized "Xi", making up approximately 0.01% of the population of Mainland China.

Are Chinese last names first? ›

Chinese surnames usually come first, followed by the given name. In our earlier example, Chan Tai Man, Chan is the surname while Tai Man is the given name.

At what age Chinese get married? ›

Statistics show both genders are delaying marriage. From 1990 to 2016, the average age for first marriages rose from 22 to 25 for Chinese women, and from 24 to 27 for Chinese men, according to the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences. The figures in big cities are even higher.

What Chinese name means princess? ›

Cute and Beautiful Chinese Baby Girl Names with Meanings
NameMeaning of Name
RoulanRoulan is a beautiful name for your little princess, it means the one who is 'like an orchid', beautiful and rare.
RuRu is the one who is knows everything, a little 'scholar' who will bring name and fame for the family.
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31 Jan 2020

What does the name Hu Tao mean? ›

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Hu Tao 胡桃 is a Chinese name and as we already know, means walnut.

What is Xiao's real name Genshin? ›

10/12 Xiao's True Name Is Atalus

His true name is Alatus, but he will likely not admit this to many of the humans around him.

What does the name xinyan mean? ›

The name Xinyan is comprised of the characters 欣 and 妍. Simply put, 欣 (xin) means 'joy', and 妍 (yan) means 'beauty'. I've been told it's quite a pretty name, but the overall meaning comes across better in Chinese.

How common is XI last name? ›

According to the website Forebears, Xi is the 708th most common surname in the world with 774,021 holders. The surname Mu, on the other hand, is the 527th most common in the world with 1,028,966 people bearing it.

Is Chu a Chinese last name? ›

Chu is the pinyin romanization of several different Chinese family names, which including 楚 Chǔ, 儲/储 Chǔ, 褚 Chǔ, 觸/触 Chù, etc. In the Wade-Giles romanization system, Chu is also a transliteration for 朱 (Zhu in Hanyu Pinyin), also can refer to several Chinese family names.

Is song a Chinese last name? ›

Song is the pinyin transliteration of the Chinese family name 宋. It is transliterated as Sung in Wade-Giles, and Soong is also a common transliteration. In addition to being a common surname, it is also the name of a Chinese dynasty, the Song dynasty, written with the same character.

What last name means powerful? ›

Kratos. This surname means “powerful” and has origins in Greek.

What is the oldest surname? ›

Until the Shang Dynasty (1600-1046 BC), people seemed to use matrilineal surnames, but afterward, they had switched to using patrilineal ones. The oldest surname known to have been recorded anywhere in Europe, though, was in County Galway, Ireland, in the year 916. It was the name “O Cleirigh” (O'Clery).

Is King a Chinese last name? ›

King is a common last name found among Overseas Chinese communities around the world. In fact, "King" is the transliteration of several different Chinese surnames. Its meaning varies depending on how it is spelled in Chinese, and which dialect it is pronounced in.

Are Chinese last names first? ›

Chinese surnames usually come first, followed by the given name. In our earlier example, Chan Tai Man, Chan is the surname while Tai Man is the given name.

What is a Chinese first name? ›

Chinese given names are almost always made up of one or - usually - two characters and are written after the surname. Therefore, Wei (伟) of the Zhang (张) family is called "Zhang Wei" and not "Wei Zhang".

Is Xin a surname? ›

Xin (Wade–Giles: Hsin) is the romanization of several Chinese surnames including Xīn 辛, Xīn 新 and Xìn 信, etc. Xīn 辛 is the most common one among these names, it is 379th surname in Hundred Family Surnames.

What is the most Chinese name? ›

Top Chinese Names
RankBoy NamesGirl Names
1沐宸 (Mùchén): 22,958若汐 (Ruòxī): 18,293
2浩宇 (Hàoyǔ): 15,722一诺 (Yīnuò): 16,884
3沐辰 (Mùchén): 15,660艺涵 (Yìhán): 15,388
4茗泽 (Míngzé): 13,175依诺 (Yīnuò): 15,208
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Is Yang a Chinese last name? ›

Yang ([jǎŋ]; simplified Chinese: 杨; traditional Chinese: 楊; pinyin: Yáng) is the transcription of a Chinese family name. It is the sixth most common surname in Mainland China. It is the 16th surname on the Hundred Family Surnames text.

Why do Chinese have 3 names? ›

It's a long-established tradition

Until the mid-1900s in China, a person usually had three names besides his or her surname: ming, zi and hao. Ming is the name given by parents; Zi is the name granted to a person at the beginning of adulthood – men usually at the age of 20 and women at 15.

What is the most Chinese last name? ›

A report in 2019 gives the most common Chinese surnames as Wang and Li, each shared by over 100 million people in China. The remaining top ten most common Chinese surnames are Zhang, Liu, Chen, Yang, Huang, Zhao, Wu and Zhou.

What do Chinese people call China? ›

Chinese names for China, aside from Zhongguo, include Zhōnghuá (中華/中华, "central beauty"), Huáxià (華夏/华夏, "beautiful grandness"), Shénzhōu (神州, "divine state") and Jiǔzhōu (九州, "nine states").

Why do Chinese have 2 names? ›

The first name is only used or called by oneself to show one's self-modesty while the style name is only used or called by others to show others' respect to the person they address. Many people also have a pseudonym (Hao). It's also for others to address, just like the style name, but with more respect.

What if Chinese name is Marvel? ›

We successfully created the Chinese name 漫威 [màn wēi] for MARVEL, where the character 漫 is used in 漫画 [màn huà], meaning comics (also caricature, cartoon) in Chinese and 威 meaning power, strength, might and prestige.

Is Zhang a first or last name? ›

Zhang is the pinyin romanization of the very common Chinese surname written 张 in simplified characters and 張 in traditional characters. It is spoken in the first tone: Zhāng. It is a surname that exists in many languages and cultures, corresponding to the surname 'Archer' in English for example.

What Chinese name means lucky? ›

Jiayi. Jiayi is a Chinese girl name meaning “lucky one.”

What Chinese name means strong? ›

1. 强(qiáng) – strength.

Is Moon a Chinese name? ›

Moon, also spelled Mun, is a Korean family name, a single-syllable Korean given name, and an element in some two-syllable Korean given names.

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