Taiwanese Submitted Names

Taiwanese names are used in Fujian in China and Taiwan. Note that depending on the Chinese characters used these names can have many other meanings besides those listed here. See also about Chinese names.
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Submitted names are contributed by users of this website. The accuracy of these name definitions cannot be guaranteed.
Chia-Jung 家榮, 家融, 佳榮, 佳容 f & m Taiwanese
Alternate transcription of Jiarong chiefly used in Taiwan.
Chia-ling 佳玲, 嘉玲 f & m Taiwanese
From Chinese 佳 (jiā) meaning "good, beautiful" or 嘉 (jiā) meaning "excellent, good" combined with 玲 (líng) meaning "tinkling", as well as other character combinations.
Chia-Ying 佳穎, 嘉瑩, 佳瑩, 家英 f & m Taiwanese
Alternate transcription of Jiaying chiefly used in Taiwan.
Cici f Taiwanese
It means child of music or heart of music.
Guang m Taiwanese
Means "light, glory" in Taiwanese.
Hsiao-chun 筱君, 曉君, 蕭軍 f & m Taiwanese
Alternate romanization of Xiaojun chiefly used in Taiwan.
Hsiao-han 筱涵 f Taiwanese (Rare)
From Chinese 筱 (xiǎo) meaning "dwarf bamboo" combined with 涵 (hán) meaning "to contain, to include" or "soak, wet", as well as other character combinations.
Hsin-yi 心怡, 欣怡, 馨儀 f Taiwanese
Taiwanese transcription of Xinyi.
Hui-ting 惠婷 f Taiwanese
Taiwanese romanization of Huiting.
Ing-Wen 英文, 穎文, 應文, 影雯 f & m Taiwanese (Rare)
Alternate transcription of Yingwen chiefly used in Taiwan. A notable bearer is Tsai Ing-wen (1956-), the current president of Taiwan.
Jer m & f English, Chinese (Cantonese), Taiwanese
As an English masculine name, it can be used as a diminutive for names beginning with Jer-, like Jerry, Jerome or Jeremy.... [more]
Leikela 雷科拉 f Taiwanese (Rare)
From Chinese 雷 léi "thunder", 科 "sort, class, kind", and 拉 "drag, pull".
Mei-ling 美齡, 美玲, 美伶 f & m Chinese, Taiwanese
Variant of Meiling.
Pei-shan 佩珊 f Taiwanese
From Chinese 佩 (pèi) meaning "ornament, pendant" combined with 珊 (shān) meaning "coral", as well as other Chinese character combinations that can form this name.
Shu-chen 淑珍, 淑真 f & m Taiwanese
Alternate transcription of Shuzhen chiefly used in Taiwan.
Shu-ching 淑淨 f Taiwanese
From Chinese 淑 (shū) meaning "clear, pure, virtuous" combined with 淨 (jìng) meaning "pure, clean, unspoiled". Other characters can form this name as well. A notable bearer is Hsu Shu-ching (1991–), a Taiwanese female weightlifter.
Su-wei 淑薇 f Taiwanese (Rare)
From Chinese 淑 (shū) meaning "clear, pure, virtuous" combined with 薇 (wēi) meaning "royal fern (a type of tree)", as well as other character combinations.
Tao-yi 道宜, 道怡, 道儀, 道毅, 道義 f Taiwanese
The name Tao-yi has several meanings: 道宜, meaning “suitable and proper way,” 道怡, meaning “joyful and harmonious way,” 道儀 meaning “ceremonious way,” 道毅, meaning “resolute and decisive way,” 道義, meaning “righteous way,” 道益, meaning “way of benefit and profit,” 道伊, meaning “his or her way.”
Ti-sái m Taiwanese
This is a name given by Taiwanese fortune tellers to ward off evil spirits, as it means "hog manure." It is often an unofficial given name.
Tsung-han 宗翰 m Taiwanese
From Chinese 宗 (zōng) meaning "ancestors, elders" combined with 翰 (hàn) meaning "brush, pen", as well as other character combinations.
Tzu-yu 子瑜 f & m Taiwanese
Taiwanese romanization of Ziyu.
Yi-chun 宜君, 怡君 f & m Taiwanese
Taiwanese transcription of Yijun.
Yu-hsuan 宇璿, 宇軒 f & m Taiwanese
From Chinese 宇 (yǔ) meaning "house, building, structure" combined with 璿 (xuán) meaning "jade" or "star" or 軒 (xuān) meaning "carriage" or "high, wide", as well as other character combinations.
Yu-ting 郁婷, 鈺婷, 昱廷 f & m Taiwanese
Taiwanese transcription of Yuting.