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Hi, What an incredibly helpful person you are! I am wanting to get my husband's name translated into Punjabi or Sanskrit. His name is Ricky, also known as Bhavenesh (silent 'e').

 

I am SO grateful. Thank you so much.

 

Respectively, they are

 

रिकी भावनेश

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Hello Avanish, you seem to be incredibly helpful!

 

Would you please show me how to write shakti in Hindi? I get confused with the multiple consonant sounds.

 

Kindest thanks,

(":" colon included)

शक्तिः

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Please can you help me translate the word "strength" into hindi.

Ill really appreciate.

 

Thanks

 

Alma

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Hi Avinash,

 

I have got a few books but none are able to help me with the word Shannon. I need this word translated into Hindi and need to know how to pronounce it (i think i got that latter bit.)

I could give a rough go from your alphabet but Im afraid il get it wrong.

 

I would be very greatful if you could translate the word Shannon for me.

 

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I have got a few books but none are able to help me with the word Shannon. I need this word translated into Hindi and need to know how to pronounce it (i think i got that latter bit.)

 

Isn't Shannon pronounced the way it is written?

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Isn't Shannon pronounced the way it is written?

 

I thought so too but some people say it as Sha' naan.

 

Could you also help me with the hindi spelling of it also.

Many thanks Avinash; as I need it for a card.

 

Thanks

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How Shannon (or any word) is written in Hindi depends on how it is pronounced because Hindi is a phonetic language. I am assuming that Shannon is written the way it is pronounced.

 

If you need Shannon in Hindi for a different pronunciation, then tell me the pronunciation and I will give Hindi text for that pronunciation.

 

But, for now, Shannon in Hindi as it is pronounced:-

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Note: You have written that you need it for a card. Will you write Shannon in Hindi in that card manually?

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Hi Avinash,

 

I have got a few books but none are able to help me with the word Shannon. I need this word translated into Hindi and need to know how to pronounce it (i think i got that latter bit.)

I could give a rough go from your alphabet but Im afraid il get it wrong.

 

I would be very greatful if you could translate the word Shannon for me.

 

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Just a little correction.

 

शॅनॉन

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Hi there, ive read through how to translate but my daughters name is too complicated for me lol, would you be able to translate it please? Her name is Ellie-Mai, thanks in advance

 

Please tell how your daughter's name is pronounced.

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drkpp,

You have written Shannon differently. In fact the correct representation in Devanagiri depends on how Shannon is pronounced.

 

We both have assumed that sh is pronounced like sh in shower.

I have assumed joint sound nn. You have assumed a single n sound.

I have assumed that o is pronounced like o in no.

You have assumed that o is pronounced like first o in doctor.

 

Which of the two is correct of course depends on the correct pronunciation.

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Oh yeah, sorry, its pronounced Elli (or Elly) May

 

I am assuming that i in Elli (or y in Elly) is pronounced like ee in see? I am also assuming that May is pronounced like the month May. If my assumptions are correct, then Ellie Mai should be written as follows:-

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Hi could anyone please tell me how to translate (write) Brendon in Devanagiri its for a tottoo. Thnk you

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Hi could anyone please tell me how to translate (write) Brendon in Devanagiri its for a tottoo. Thnk you

 

If don in brendon is pronounced like the English word "done", then the Devanagiri representation is as drkpp has written. But if it is pronounced like english word 'don', then it will be a little different.

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hi - my last name is kalyanamitra - which i understand is the sanskrit word for spiritual friend. I have the hindi translation but would like the sanskrit original font of it - is it Devanagari? Can someone please help me check, correct with new font?

कल्यनमित्र

 

Thanks so much!

Shannon Kalyanamitra

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You are so helpful to everyone that has written you, hopefully you can do the same for me. I want to get a tattoo this weekend of my two sons names on my left wrist but I cannot find anyone to translate their names to the Sanskrit script that I want. PLEASE HELP! Their names are:

Julian and Evan

 

Any help would be greatly appreciated!!

 

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I am assuming

'Ju' in 'julian' is pronounced like 'ju' in 'july,

'li' as 'li' in 'list',

'a' as 'ya' in 'William',

and n is quite obvious (e.g. n in Sun).

I am assuming

'E' in 'Evan' is pronounced like 'e' in 'egg',

'van' like 'vaan' (i.e. with long 'a' sound).

Or, do you think 'van' is pronounced like 'one'?

Based on my above assumption, I am giving Julian and Evan in Hindi below. If your pronouce your sons' names differently, let me know and I will make the necessary corrections.

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