"Shun the nonbeliever! Shunnnnn..." -Charlie the Unicorn

Yeah, not for anglophones. The meaning is ironic, as most people would not want to shun a smooth or agreeable person. It would make a strange, funnily cute middle name for a Chinese girl. But, whatever you do, NOT A FIRST NAME!
Considering that "shun" is a word that means to deliberately avoid. It makes me think of shunning. This name may look fine in Chinese, but in English it sounds ridiculous and depressing.
I was looking through Chinese names for a story I'm writing, and my hero's name is Jian-Shun. "Strong, smooth/agreeable." I think that reflects the warrior's personality/disposition quite well.

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