Applicably translated this gives "fresh mountain air", just like after a storm when a new, fresh wind comes down from the mountains.
The following characteristics could be applicable to this kanji name:
- to go for it, to renew, to change, ...
- going through the storm in order to clean up things, to commit,..
- and so on...
Is this applicable to me? Wel, get to know me better and you'll find out ;-)
Hello, my name is Alain.
In japanese language my name is Aran
Japanese don't use the same alphabet as we do. For simple phonetic translation of non-Japanese names they use the Katakana alphabet. My Katakana name is: ア ラ ン
Kanji are signs that have meaning, so not just phonetic translation. The Art is to find a Kanji-name that sounds like your name but at least also has a logical content. And the ultimate goal is to have a content that is applicable to you as a person, describing some of your characteristics, ...
Finding such a Kanji name is for us very difficult, maybe even impossible. Ultimately I was given the following kanji name..