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Old Mar 29th, 2008, 05:49 AM   #31
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plz no, golden flowers
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Old Mar 29th, 2008, 04:50 PM   #32
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plz no, golden flowers
OK... something more powerful, then.

This page is really useful. I see some good symbols. On this page and using the links at the bottom.
http://www.whats-your-sign.com/Chine...l-symbols.html



Tiger:
This ancient Chinese animal symbol is an emblem of dignity, ferocity, sternness, courage, and by itself is Yin energy. Also a symbol of protection, the image of a tiger is often seen on clothing or in the home to ward off harm any semblance of harm and assure safekeeping. In certain areas of China and Asia, the Tiger is regarded as the God of Wealth. Consequently, Tsai Shen Yeh, the Chinese God of Wealth is depicted sitting on a tiger. Such an image symbolizes the supremacy of the intangible forces, and our ability to harness the tiger's power in our lives.



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Old Mar 30th, 2008, 12:42 AM   #33
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how about doubles twin (the sexy photos)
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lol. dragon always indicates male.
female use phoenix
well... it was a good show.. lol...
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Old Mar 30th, 2008, 01:01 PM   #35
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Tiger

Yan is a special surname in China. Zi means purple.
swallow(bird) in chinese also was pronounce the yan zi,just use different chinese characters.

super_na, if drake knew the inner meaning of twin, i think she will repeat that pay for you out
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I think Phoenix is pretty cool - they are the ultimate fighters, after all. They always have those wicked comebacks.

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i like doubles golden flowers.
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Phoenix
In the West, the phoenix is a bird of ancient Egyptian myth, a symbol of non-death and resurrection. The phoenix is a solitary male bird with beautiful gold and red plumage that lived in the Arabian desert and immolated itself in a nest of fragrant wood at the end of its life cycle every 500-600 years. From the ashes a new phoenix would arise. This is the background to Fawkes' habit of burning up and reappearing in a pile of ash -- although Fawkes' life cycle appears to be considerably shorter than the traditional 500 years. The word 'phoenix' is sometimes rendered in Chinese as 不死鳥 / 不死鸟 bù-sǐ-niǎo 'not-die bird' or 長生鳥 / 长生鸟 chángshēng-niǎo 'long-life bird'.
However, the Chinese, Taiwanese, and Vietnamese translations all use the word 鳳凰 / 凤凰 fènghuáng or phượng hoàng to translate the word 'phoenix'. The 鳳凰 fènghuáng is actually the name of a mythical Chinese bird that somewhat resembles the Western phoenix but is in fact different in many ways.
The 鳳凰 fènghuáng or Chinese 'phoenix' is a mythical bird that is said to look like a qilin (a mythical creature) at the front and a deer at the rear, having a neck like a snake, a tail like a fish, a back like a turtle, a chin like a swallow, and a bill like a chicken. It has five-coloured feathers, lives in the Chinese scholar tree, eats the fruit of the bamboo, and drinks from the sweet springs of peace. The appearance of a Chinese phoenix presages the birth of a great and wise ruler. The word 鳳凰 fènghuáng is made up of 鳳 fèng, the male bird, and 凰 huáng, which is the female bird. The dragon was traditionally associated with the Chinese emperor and the phoenix with the empress. The phoenix thus gradually came to be associated with femininity.
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Chinese Phoenix (Feng Huang)

In Chinese mythology, the phoenix is the symbol of high virtue and grace, of power and prosperity. It represents the union of yin and yang. It was thought to be a gentle creature, alighting so gently that it crushed nothing, and eating only dew drops.

It symbolized the Empress usually in a pairing with a dragon (the dragon representing the Emperor), and only Empress could wear the phoenix symbol. The phoenix represented power sent from the heavens to the Empress.

If a phoenix was used to decorate a house it symbolized that loyalty and honesty was in the people that lived there. Jewelry with the phoenix design showed that the wearer was a person of high moral values, and so the phoenix could only be worn by people of great importance. The Chinese phoenix was thought to have the beak of a cock, the face of a swallow, the neck of a snake, the breast of a goose, the back of a tortoise, hindquarters of a stag and the tail of a fish.

A common depiction of the Feng Huang was of it attacking snakes with its talons and its wings spread. In fact images of the phoenix have appeared throughout China for well over 7000 years. Often in jade and originally on good-luck totems. Although during the Han period (2200 years ago) the phoenix was used as a symbol depicting the direction south shown as a male and female phoenix facing each other. It carried two scrolls in its bill, and its song included the five whole notes of the Chinese scale. Its feathers were the five fundamental colors: black, white, red, green, and yellow and was said to represent the Confucian virtues of loyalty, honesty, decorum, and justice. Depictions of the phoenix were placed on tomes and graves.
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.... so the Chinese phoenix does not represent the same as the Egyptian phoenix. Not about comebacks, rebirth, etc.

This is tough... need some more help.

We have the Chinese Dolls idea, the golden flowers idea, and the Chinese mythology idea.

Any others? Any good one from the above?
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Yellow Flowers:
Yellow is associated with gold, and is considered a symbol of clarity, purity, truth and intellect. Mayans viewed the color in yellow to be associated corn, thus it holds symbolism of provision, sustenance, and all things that are wholesome. Scientific studies indicate writing on yellow tablets increases memory retention. This ties the meaning of flower color in yellow to intelligence and reason. Give yellow flowers to your friend in graduate school to help with his/her studies. Or, give a bright bunch of yellow daffodils to your babysitter to indicate your appreciation for his/her ability to provide honest, wholesome care to your kids
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This ancient Chinese animal symbol is an emblem of dignity, ferocity, sternness, courage, and by itself is Yin energy. Also a symbol of protection, the image of a tiger is often seen on clothing or in the home to ward off harm any semblance of harm and assure safekeeping. In certain areas of China and Asia, the Tiger is regarded as the God of Wealth. Consequently, Tsai Shen Yeh, the Chinese God of Wealth is depicted sitting on a tiger. Such an image symbolizes the supremacy of the intangible forces, and our ability to harness the tiger's power in our lives.



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Tiger:
Element: Wood
Partners well with: Horse & Dog
Characteristics: Enthusiastic, courageous, ambitious, leadership, confidence, charismatic


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drake,do u know the yellow in chinese is not always good

tiger it's ok,but use to describe on the female, there is a bit problem

I am still seeking the name
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Old Apr 1st, 2008, 07:14 PM   #44
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drake,do u know the yellow in chinese is not always good

tiger it's ok,but use to describe on the female, there is a bit problem

I am still seeking the name
1. I did not propose the yellow - that comes from the golden flowers suggestion from Ellery.

2. What is wrong with using tiger with female?
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it doesn't have to be all symbolic and stuff. It just has to sound cool. Double Dragon, Double Domination, Your action figure has lead in it... that kinda stuff...
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