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I'm looking for a catchy name and I'm wondering if the word "arky" does mean anything in the Chinese language.

I was wondering if there is like a word in Chinese language that is pronounced (not written) the same as „arky“ and what would it mean...

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  • What does "arky" mean in your language? Jan 13 at 13:15
  • A catchy name for what? A person? A business? A book? A movie? A poem? ... If you want to get any meaningful answer, please supply more information. Also "Arky" is not a Chinese word, so it does not mean anything in the Chinese language. But a transliteration might land you something interesting. I am not ruling that out.
    – monalisa
    Jan 13 at 19:27
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    No, it is not Chinese. It is neither a Chinese character nor proper PinYin. There is no Chinese word that has such pronunciation.
    – River
    Jan 14 at 21:32
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Sounds like having a sneeze.
"阿嚏", "ā tì"

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    lol made me laugh
    – Mou某
    Jan 16 at 1:21
  • "阿嚏", "ā tì" in the Fujian dialect sounds like "little brother" Maybe this suits OP's purpose? Looks like the OP has lost interest in his or her own post? Jan 16 at 3:21

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