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The name Child of God in Chinese / Japanese...

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Personalize your custom “Child of God” project by clicking the button next to your favorite “Child of God” title below...


  1. Baby

  2. Beloved Son / Beloved Child

  3. Child

  4. Child of God

  5. God Son / God Child

  6. Love Gems / Fruit of Love / Children

  7. Love Between Child and Parents

  8. If you love your child, send them out into the world

  9. Spare the Rod, Spoil the Child


 bǎo bao
Baby Scroll

寶寶 is how Chinese people express “baby.”

The word is composed of the same character twice, and therefore literally means “double precious” or “double treasure.”

This would be a nice wall scroll to put either inside or by the door of your baby's room (not on the door, as wall scrolls swing around wildly when hung on doors that open and close a lot).

 nyuu ji
Baby Scroll

乳児 is a common two-Kanji way to write “baby” in Japanese.

This can also be translated as “infant” or “suckling baby.”

 akan bou
Baby Scroll

赤ん坊 is one way that Japanese people express “baby.”

Beloved Son / Beloved Child

 ài zǐ
 manago / aiko / yoshiko
Beloved Son / Beloved Child Scroll

愛子 means “beloved son” in Chinese and Japanese.

While it could refer to a child in general (in Japanese), it's usually reserved or expected to be a title for a male child (in Chinese).

This can also be a given name in Japanese romanized as Aiko or Yoshiko.

 ér tóng
 jidou
Child Scroll

兒童 is how to write “child” in Chinese.

There are several ways to write child or offspring in Chinese, but this is the best form for calligraphy, or written (versus oral) form.

If children are essential to you, this might be the scroll you want. Or if you are a child at heart, this also works.


児In Japanese, they use a slightly-morphed version of the original Chinese first character. If you want the special Japanese version, please click on the Kanji image shown to the right, instead of the button above. Note: Japanese people would still be able to understand the Chinese version and vice versa.


See Also:  Family

Child of God

 shén de hái zi
Child of God Scroll

神的孩子 is “Child of God” in Chinese.

Child of God

 kami no kou
Child of God Scroll

神の子 is “Child of God” in Japanese.

God Son / God Child

 jiào zǐ
God Son / God Child Scroll

教子 is the title for a child which you have a sworn duty to raise should the child's parents die.

This title suggests it's talking about a son (male child), but this title is universal and can mean God Child (with no gender specified).

Love Gems / Fruit of Love / Children

 ainokesshou
Love Gems / Fruit of Love / Children Scroll

愛の結晶 is a Japanese word that means the crystals or gems of love.

Figuratively, it means the treasures you create with your love (namely, your children). Some will translate this as “fruit of love.”
It's also kind of a nickname for your beloved children.

Love Between Child and Parents

 fù cí zǐ xiào
Love Between Child and Parents Scroll

父慈子孝 is a Chinese proverb that means “benevolent father, filial son.”

Figuratively, this is the natural love between parents and children.

If you love your child, send them out into the world

 kawaii ko ni wa tabi o sa seyo
If you love your child, send them out into the world Scroll

可愛い子には旅をさせよ is a Japanese proverb that means “If you love your children, send them out on a journey into the world.”

This is kind of similar to the western phrase, “Spare the rod and spoil the child.”

More literally, this reads, “Cute child, a journey granted.”
That “granted” could also be understood as “should be initiated.”


Note: Because this selection contains some special Japanese Hiragana characters, it should be written by a Japanese calligrapher.

Spare the Rod, Spoil the Child

 bàng tóu chū xiào zǐ zhù tóu chū wǔ nì
Spare the Rod, Spoil the Child Scroll

棒頭出孝子箸頭出忤逆 literally translates as:
A stick (or switch) produces filial sons; chopsticks produce disobedient [ones].

Figuratively, this means:
Strict discipline produces dutiful children, whereas indulgence produces disobedient ones.

This proverb is very similar to this English proverb:
“Spare the rod and spoil the child.”




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

Title CharactersRomaji (Romanized Japanese)Various forms of Romanized Chinese
Baby寶寶
宝宝
bǎo bao / bao3 bao / bao bao / baobaopao pao / paopao
Baby乳児nyuu ji / nyuuji / nyu ji
Baby赤ん坊akan bou / akanbou / akan bo
Beloved Son
Beloved Child
愛子
爱子
manago / aiko / yoshikoài zǐ / ai4 zi3 / ai zi / aiziai tzu / aitzu
Child兒童
儿童
jidou / jidoér tóng / er2 tong2 / er tong / ertongerh t`ung / erhtung / erh tung
Child of God神的孩子shén de hái zi
shen2 de hai2 zi
shen de hai zi
shendehaizi
shen te hai tzu
shentehaitzu
Child of God神の子kami no kou
kaminokou
kami no ko
God Son
God Child
教子jiào zǐ / jiao4 zi3 / jiao zi / jiaozichiao tzu / chiaotzu
Love Gems
Fruit of Love
Children
愛の結晶ainokesshou
ainokesho
Love Between Child and Parents父慈子孝fù cí zǐ xiào
fu4 ci2 zi3 xiao4
fu ci zi xiao
fucizixiao
fu tz`u tzu hsiao
futzutzuhsiao
fu tzu tzu hsiao
If you love your child, send them out into the world可愛い子には旅をさせよkawaii ko ni wa tabi o sa seyo
kawaiikoniwatabiosaseyo
kawai ko ni wa tabi o sa seyo
Spare the Rod, Spoil the Child棒頭出孝子箸頭出忤逆bàng tóu chū xiào zǐ zhù tóu chū wǔ nì
bang4 tou2 chu1 xiao4 zi3 zhu4 tou2 chu1 wu3 ni4
bang tou chu xiao zi zhu tou chu wu ni
pang t`ou ch`u hsiao tzu chu t`ou ch`u wu ni
pang tou chu hsiao tzu chu tou chu wu ni
In some entries above you will see that characters have different versions above and below a line.
In these cases, the characters above the line are Traditional Chinese, while the ones below are Simplified Chinese.


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