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comment Chinese names: Gah-Ning
Although I never met a person with 尕 in his or her name, I know that character generally appears in the name of a person from northwest China (Gansu, Qinghai, Ningxia, etc.). In you case, perhaps 盖 is applicable. When it's used as a surname, the pronunciation would be Ge3 or Gai4. In classic Chinese, this character can mean "because, because of".
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comment Difference Between 学校 and 学堂
Also, in Wu dialect, 学堂, pronunced as o dang, it's commonly used to refer to school in ordinary life.
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answered Any record of a “扌笨” character anywhere?
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comment Sichuanese: When Is First Tone 55 Vs. 45?
荥(ying 2)经 is a county in Sichuan not 荥经省。
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