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Choi / Cui

Surname
China cuī
Choi / Cui Vertical Wall Scroll

崔 is both a word and surname in Chinese and Korean.

In Korean, this romanizes as Choi. Occasionally, some have romanized it as Choe.

In Chinese, this is romanized as Cui in the mainland and Tsui in Taiwan.

The meaning of this characters is high mountain or precipitous.

崔 is also a rarely used Japanese surname or given name. From Japanese, this has the following possible romanizations: Chiyoi; Chioe; Chiejiyon; Chiei; Chie; Che; Takashi; Sun; Sa.

Traci

China cuī xi
Traci Vertical Wall Scroll

崔西 is a common transliteration to Mandarin Chinese for the name Traci.

Trina

China cuī nà
Trina Vertical Wall Scroll

崔娜 is the transliteration to Mandarin Chinese for the name Trina

Trinity

China cuī ní tí
Trinity Vertical Wall Scroll

崔尼提 is the transliteration to Mandarin Chinese for the name Trinity. This sounds like Trinity but does not have the meaning of Trinity.


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Characters

If shown, 2nd row is Simp. Chinese

Pronunciation
Romanization
Simple Dictionary Definition

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Mandarin cuī / cui1
Taiwan ts`ui / tsui
Japanese chiyoi / ちよい    chioe / ちおえ    chiejiyon / ちえじよん    chiei / chie / ちえい    chie / ちえ    chii / chi / ちぇ    takashi / たかし    sun / すん    sai / さい    sa / さ
Trinity Vertical Wall Scroll
Chinese high mountain; precipitous; surname Cui
Japanese (surname) Chiyoi; (surname) Chioe; (surname) Chiejiyon; (surname) Chiei; (surname) Chie; (surname) Che; (given name) Takashi; (surname) Sun; (surname) Sa

崔健

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Mandarin cuī jiàn / cui1 jian4
Taiwan ts`ui chien / tsui chien
Chinese Cui Jian (1961-), father of Chinese rock music

崔嵬

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Mandarin cuī wéi / cui1 wei2
Taiwan ts`ui wei / tsui wei
Chinese stony mound; rocky mountain; lofty; towering; Cui Wei (1912-1979), actor, dramatist and movie director

崔巍

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Mandarin cuī wēi / cui1 wei1
Taiwan ts`ui wei / tsui wei
Chinese tall; towering

崔琦

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Mandarin cuī qí / cui1 qi2
Taiwan ts`ui ch`i / tsui chi
Chinese Daniel C. Tsui (1939-), Chinese-born American physicist, winner of 1998 Nobel Prize in Physics

崔螢


崔萤

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Mandarin cuī yíng / cui1 ying2
Taiwan ts`ui ying / tsui ying
Chinese Choi Yeong (1316-1388), general of Korean Goryeo dynasty

崔顥


崔颢

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Mandarin cuī hào / cui1 hao4
Taiwan ts`ui hao / tsui hao
Chinese Cui Hao (-754), Tang dynasty poet and author of poem Yellow Crane Tower 黃鶴樓|黄鹤楼

崔鴻


崔鸿

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Mandarin cuī hóng / cui1 hong2
Taiwan ts`ui hung / tsui hung
Chinese Cui Hong, historian at the end of Wei of the Northern Dynasties 北魏

崔圭夏

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Mandarin cuī guī xià / cui1 gui1 xia4
Taiwan ts`ui kuei hsia / tsui kuei hsia
Chinese Choe Gyuha (1919-2006), South Korean politician, president 1979-1980

崔明慧

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Mandarin cuī míng huì / cui1 ming2 hui4
Taiwan ts`ui ming hui / tsui ming hui
Chinese Christine Choy (1964-), Chinese-American film director

崔永元

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Mandarin cuī yǒng yuán / cui1 yong3 yuan2
Taiwan ts`ui yung yüan / tsui yung yüan
Chinese Cui Yongyuan (1963-), TV presenter

崔致遠


崔致远

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Mandarin cuī zhì yuǎn / cui1 zhi4 yuan3
Taiwan ts`ui chih yüan / tsui chih yüan
Japanese Sai Chion
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

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The following table may be helpful for those studying Chinese or Japanese...

Title CharactersVarious forms of Romanized Chinese
Choi
Cui
cuī / cui1 / cuits`ui / tsui
Traci崔西cuī xi / cui1 xi / cui xi / cuixits`ui hsi / tsuihsi / tsui hsi
Trina崔娜cuī nà / cui1 na4 / cui na / cuinats`ui na / tsuina / tsui na
Trinity崔尼提cuī ní tí
cui1 ni2 ti2
cui ni ti
cuiniti
ts`ui ni t`i
tsuiniti
tsui ni ti



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