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Need a Japanese member to help me

Discussion in 'XLN Watering Hole' started by skullz613, Nov 21, 2016.

  1. skullz613

    skullz613 Administrator
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    I put this in the skylines general forum by accident so posting it here now.

    I have a brass letter/symbol I'm going to sell but do not know the meaning. I think it's Japanese.
    Can a Japanese member (or anyone else who speaks Japanese) help in the meaning?
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  2. Jim Su

    Jim Su Unskilled Worker

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    Hello, I'm from Taiwan.
    This letter is a Chinese word "壽", which means "lifespan" in English.
    It's often used in traditional birthday bouquet in East Asian society.
    The word is pronunced "shòu" in Chinese.
    I hope this answer could help you~

    (p.s. the letter is traditional Chinese, in Japan, it's often written as "寿”.)
     
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  3. skullz613

    skullz613 Administrator
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    Thank you so much. This will help me advertise it better :)
     

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