|Subject:||Mai is a Japanese name, too|
|Author:||Mai Chiba (guest, 184.108.40.206)|
|Date:||February 18, 2001 at 8:55:19 PM|
First of all, I appreciate your wonderful website of well-researched orgines of names.
In your entry, there is Mai as a vietnamese word for flowers. While it is correct, I might add that Mai is also a Japanese name, meaning to dance.
Written in Kanji character (Similar to Chinese), Mai corresponds to the second charater of Kabuki: Ka means song, Bu means dance and Ki means to act. Bu can also read as Mai.
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