Alright, I guess I've left y'all in suspense long enough.
Here is the name of our next child. :-) Enjoy.
Thanks to my Co-Worker who helped pick out the characters.
So the wife wanted Luca, and I wanted Kai.
What better way to solve the problem than to blend the two names...
Lu .... Kai....
Lu .. Kai ..
And thusly, Lukai was named.
Now, it just so happens that Lukai is a right proper Chinese name.
The Lu (falling tone) means "road", or when used in a name, may be symbolic of "journey" or something.
The Kai (third tone) means "victorious", or something of good meaning like that (successful, prosperous, etc).
I think its a pretty cool meaning for a name for our new son (which I *still* can not neither confirm nor deny may and or may not be our actual child)... Lukai. :-)
So are you going to call him Kai? Or Luka?ReplyDelete
Who is anonymous?!ReplyDelete
Hmmm...I could pretend that I could read it and say that I love it!ReplyDelete
Sooo..... Lenny Yacovich then?ReplyDelete
Vinnie Barbarino Berzenji??????ReplyDelete
Anonymous (the first one) lives in a multi cultural country where the Chinese are the dominant (in terms of numbers) race. Heehee.ReplyDelete
LOVE it!!! Really adore the name!ReplyDelete
I love that! Congratulations on the son that might (or might not) be yours! ;0)ReplyDelete
Hmmm, interesting combination. Good compromise. Not pronounced "lucky" though, right?ReplyDelete
All the best to Lukai and his new family,
I missed this! Very cool, said the gal who also is giving her son a legitimate Chinese name. ;o)ReplyDelete
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