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Old 28th August 2007, 01:27 AM
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Re: Rent.biz Chinese

How come Google only returns 759,000 for such a -presumably- important word? Is this the right spelling / form?

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Re: Rent.biz Chinese

Can chinese speaking members give their 2c? Thanks.
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Re: Rent.biz Chinese

I would say the common word for 'Rent' in simplified Chinese is "租"
I'm not a native speaker but I have been renting apartments in China
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Re: Rent.biz Chinese

chineseidn is right.

租 is the primary term for rent. e.g. rent a car -> 租车

赁 is still a popular character but it is mostly used in conjunction with 租 in more formal environment. e.g. car rental -> 汽车租赁

Personally I think 赁.biz is a strong name and has good potential.
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Re: Rent.biz Chinese

Rent is a not a one character word in Chinese.
It has 2 characters and this is the second of one word for rent.

The full terms for rent are:
租借



赁 as the second character in the word rent, does not hold any meaning standing by itself.
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Personally I think 赁.biz is a strong name and has good potential.
dotworx, are you a native Chinese speaker?
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Re: Rent.biz Chinese

wiki says otherwise
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Re: Rent.biz Chinese

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I would say the common word for 'Rent' in simplified Chinese is "租"
I'm not a native speaker but I have been renting apartments in China

租 is not just a common word, but a top 10 chinese keyword, in the same league as "sell", "buy".
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Re: Rent.biz Chinese

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wiki says otherwise

How does wiki say differently?

Wiki shows no results for 赁
http://zh.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?...80%B2%E5%85%A5

Already above has answers from Chinese speakers.
赁 is one character in the word rent. By itself it is nothing..
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Re: Rent.biz Chinese

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The full terms for rent are:
租借



赁 as the second character in the word rent, does not hold any meaning standing by itself.
This is correct in today's written and spoken Chinese.
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Re: Rent.biz Chinese

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dotworx, are you a native Chinese speaker?
Yes - 19 years living in the heart of the country

This yahoo dictionary may help:

Meaning of "赁":
http://zidian.cn.yahoo.com/result_cn...ml?p=%E8%B5%81
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Re: Rent.biz Chinese

It's often use in finance.
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Re: Rent.biz Chinese

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租赁

赁 as the second character in the word rent, does not hold any meaning standing by itself.
I found an instance that 赁 was used by itself to mean "rent" in the first encyclopedia of China 《通典》, but that's 1,200 years ago :-).

每店皆有驴赁客乘。—— 杜佑 《通典》
(Each of these inns has donkeys available for rent to customers)

I doubt we can find such similar instances in current Chinese.

However, I must add. "赁.com" is still a very good and brandable domain (not sure about Dot Biz)

Correction: In some parts of China, 赁 is still being used (by certain people) as a verb, though not popular:

Examples: 我把这房子赁给你 (I rent this house to you)
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Re: Rent.biz Chinese

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I found an instance that 赁 was used by itself to mean "rent" in the first encyclopedia of China 《通典》, but that's 1,200 years ago :-).

每店皆有驴赁客乘。—— 杜佑 《通典》
(Each of these inns has donkeys available for rent to customers)

But I doubt we can find such an instance in current Chinese.

So donkey for rent? :o

Single character chinese domains are "brandables" if they are commercial or related to some "lucky" or "morality" word. Same applies to the currency 'bi' single character we talked about the other day. Not a full word, but a brandable.

租 cannot be compared with 赁, 租 is first and foremost a verb and the chinese verb for rent is just that single character. 租 is a helluva idn, very rare, and in the class of buy, sell.

I think the thing about the name is the extension, and not the keyword.
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