Family Chinese names begin with A, B, C and D

Family Chinese names begin with A, B, C and D are on this page. The most popular Chinese last names interpreted are a bit long as the environment that we grow up in is important. The most popular 100 names are listed alphabetically with Family Chinese names begin with A, B, C and D here. Please remember that this is a snapshot of what these names mean using Neimology™ Science. More information can be found in the book, "Know the Name; Know the Person" by Sharón Lynn Wyeth and is available on amazon.

Family Chinese names begin with A, B, and C

Family Chinese names begin with A would start here, only the most popular Chinese last names do not include any Family Chinese names begin with A as there aren't any in this category and only one name that begins with B.

白 Bai: This is a competitive family who need to be the best. They teach their children to work hard for what they get and to be observant. This family is always striving to get more attention.

蔡 Cai: This family needs to have things done their way. There is a right and a wrong way to do everything. Parents teach that things must stay the way they are and are constantly being challenged by that belief. This family is always striving to get more attention.

曹 Cao: This family needs to have things done their way. There is a right and a wrong way to do everything. Parents teach that things must stay the way they are and are constantly being challenged by that belief. This family wants to make a difference and be remembered by others.

常 Chang: This family does things the hard way. As such the children with this last name strive for simplicity. These children learn the importance of hard work and are taught that they need to make the world a better place than how they found it. The children are taught how to deal with change so that they are more comfortable with the average person.

晨 Chen: This family does things the hard way. As such the children with this last name strive for simplicity. They either overly express emotions or find expressing emotions incredibly difficult. Thus the child with this last name will find that becoming comfortable with their emotions is important. This family wants things to be organized or to have a purpose.

程 or 陈 Cheng: This family does things the hard way. As such the children with this last name strive for simplicity. They either overly express emotions or find expressing emotions incredibly difficult. Thus the child with this last name will find that becoming comfortable with their emotions is important. This family wants things to be organized and deals well with change. However, they must be aware of the tendency to become addicted to either substances or people.

崔 Cui: The head of this household is clearly in charge and wants things done a particular specific way. There is humor in this household and children are taught the need for playtime, either because there is a plethora of playtime or absolutely none. This family is always striving to get more attention.

Family Chinese names begin with D

Family Chinese names begin with A, B, C have already been covered. So now we are starting with the names that begin with D in this group. Remember that these are simplified meanings using Neimology™ Science and only touch on the basics. For more information you can ask for a private session.

戴 Dai: This family is learning how to be connected to the Divine. They are preoccupied with getting attention from others and don't care whether that attention is of a positive or negative variety. They use their observation skills to assess others, yet are quite sensitive when others assess or criticize them.

邓 Deng: This family is connected to the Divine. They either overly express emotions or find expressing emotions incredibly difficult. Thus the child with this last name will find that becoming comfortable with their emotions is important. This family wants things to be organized and deals well with change.

丁 Ding: This family is connected to the Divine and expresses their understanding of connection through their family. Both the good and the bad all come from being around family. This family teaches their children the need for practicality. This can be done by in a positive way by demonstrating being practical or in the negative by being so disorganized that the children scream for order. This family has a challenge as to how they solve their problems. They need to learn how to deal with them directly versus wanting to escape and become addicted to things like alcohol that would help them escape.

董 Dong: This family is connected to the Divine. The family wants to be in charge of themselves and told by society who to be or what to do. This family teaches their children the need for practicality. This can be done by in a positive way by demonstrating being practical or in the negative by being so disorganized that the children scream for order. This family has a challenge as to how they solve their problems. They need to learn how to deal with them directly versus wanting to escape and become addicted to things like alcohol that would help them escape.

杜 Du: Dong: This family is connected to the Divine. They want to live life to the fullest and enjoy their time on earth. Thus they bring much needed fun to anything thing they do.

段 Duan: This family wants to be connected to the Divine yet questions the Divine's existence. They know how to work, yet don't want to work anymore than they must. They want the world to be a better place and work with that endeavor in mind. Speaking of minds, these children were taught to pay attention and to remember things.

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