Asian Character Translator?
I want this shoe but I cant find it anywhere. I figured if I knew what the characters said, maybe it could possibly be the brand name of the shoe or at least something leading me to finding them.
What do these characters read on this image?
Also, is there a free online character translator site?
- EdwardLv 61 decade agoFavorite Answer
I looks like the first and last characters are two different renditions of 女 Nǚ "Woman".
The middle two characters are 亭轩 Tíng Xuān. I think when these two characters are together, it's a man's given name. For example, one of the main characters in the Hong Kong TV series "Sweetness in the Salt" has this name, although there it's written 亭軒 and pronounced Ting-Hin.
Go to the nciku website. It's a free site that can identify characters you draw.
- H. M. CLv 71 decade ago
婷軒女 is the name of the manufacturer, in Guangdong, China.
You can get more info from the Website of Alibaba