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Old 24th May 2006, 11:24 AM
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Chinese, Thai, Arabic & Hindi names

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xn--6krs5xv2fcs2c.com --> 南昌酒店 --> Nanchang Hotel (Capital of Jiangxi Province)
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Nanchang (Chinese: 南昌; Pinyin: Nánchāng) is the capital of Jiangxi Province in southeastern China. It is located 60 km south of the Yangtze River and sits on the banks of the Gan River. Nanchang is known for the Tengwang Pavilion, a towering pavilion dating to 653 and Nanchang's People's Square, the second largest public square in China, after Beijing's Tiananmen Square. Nanchang has a population of 1,934,445 people and a metropolitan area of 1,990,184 people

xn--8prq9vis1a56n.com --> 合肥酒店 --> Hefei Hotel
( Capital of Anhui Province)
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Hefei (Chinese: 合肥; Pinyin: Héféi; Wade-Giles: Hofei; literally: "Junction (of the) Fertility (River)"; former names: Ho-fei, Luzhou, Luchow) is a prefecture-level city and the provincial capital of Anhui province, China. Located in central Anhui, it borders Huainan to the north, Chuzhou to the northeast, Chaohu to the southeast and Lu'an to the west.

Population -- 4,446,800


xn--hxtz06a9q0a.com --> 港酒店 --> Hong Kong Hotel (Note: is the abbreviated version of Hong Kong)
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The Hong Kong Special Administrative Region of the People's Republic of China (Chinese: 中華人民共和國香港特別行政區 [pronunciation]) is one of the two special administrative regions (SAR) of the People's Republic of China (PRC), the other being Macau. It is commonly known as Hong Kong (Chinese: 香港, pronounced "Xiānggǎng" in Mandarin, "Heunggong" in Cantonese), which is often written Hongkong in older English-language texts.
Hong Kong is on the eastern side of the Pearl River Delta on the southeastern coast of China, facing the South China Sea in the south, and bordering the Guangdong Province in the north. It has one of the world's most liberal economies and is a major international centre of finance and trade.

Population -- 6,940,432




xn--hxtt49a0mzjrd.net --> 澳門酒店 --> Macao Hotel (Traditional)
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Macau's economy is based largely on tourism, namely gambling. Other chief economic activities are export-geared textile and garment manufacturing, banking and other financial services. The clothing industry has provided about three-fourths of export earnings, and the gaming, tourism and hospitality industry is estimated to contribute more than 50% of Macau's GDP, and 70% of Macau government revenue.

From 9.1 million in 2000, arrivals to Macau has grown to 18.7 million in 2005 [2], with over 50% of the arrivals coming from mainland China. This recent growth has been driven by gambling and related tourism. Tourists from Hong Kong remain numerous, representing about 30% of arrivals. Since the 1999 return to Chinese rule, Triad underworld violence, a dark spot on the economy, has virtually disappeared, to the benefit of the tourism sector. The average growth rate between 2001 and 2005 has been approximately 10% annually. The GDP per capita in 2005 was USD24,300. In the last quarter of 2005, the unemployment rate stood at 3.9 %.

With the opening of the Sands Casino [3] in 2004 gambling revenues from Macau's casinos were for the first time greater than those of Las Vegas (each about $5 billion), making Macau one of the highest-volume gambling centres in the world. Other casinos slated to be opened through 2008 are the Wynn Macau Casino [4] in 2006, the Venetian Macau [5] in 2007, the Galaxy [6], Crown Macau and others. As a result, the small economy is growing rapidly due to gambling related tourism from mainland China and construction from the new casino entrants.

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Language: Hindi

xn--e2bvsm8ch6c.tv --> बॉलीवुड.tv --> Bollywood
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Bollywood (Hindi: बॉलीवुड is the informal name given to the popular Mumbai-based Hindi language film industry in India.
The name is a conflation of Bombay, the old name of Mumbai, and Hollywood, the center of the United States film industry. Though some purists deplore the name (arguing that it makes the industry look like a poor cousin to Hollywood), it seems likely to persist and now has its own entry in the Oxford English Dictionary.


Bollywood is also commonly referred to as "Hindi cinema", even though use of poetic Urdu words is fairly common. (Linguists would call both Hindi and Urdu variants of Hindustani. This is a political debate; see the articles on the various languages/dialects.) There has been a growing presence of English in dialogues and songs as well. It is not uncommon to see movies which feature dialogues with English words and phrases, even whole sentences. A few movies are also made in two or even three languages (either using subtitles, or several soundtracks).

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Language: Thai


xn--82c3adwa3a5gua4c0eye.com --> พระพุทธเจ้า.com --> Buddha

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พระโคตมพุทธเจ้า (Gautama Buddha) หรือมักนิยมเรียกเพียง พระพุทธเจ้า เป็นศาสดาของพระพุทธศาสนา ตามคัมภีร์ฝ่ายพุทธ ถือกันว่าพระองค์ดำรงพระชนม์ชีพอยู่ระหว่าง 80 ปีก่อนพุทธศักราช จนถึงเริ่มพุทธศักราชซึ่งเป็นวันปรินิพพาน ตรงกับ 543 ปีก่อนคริสต์กาลตามตำราไทยอ้างอิงปฏิทินสุริยคติไทยและปฏิทินจันทรคติไทย และ 483 ปีก่อนคริสตกาลตามปฏิทินสากล
ในดินแดนที่ปัจจุบันเป็นประเทศอินเดียและเนปาล พระองค์ประสูติในฐานะเจ้าชายแห่งแคว้นศากยะ (สักกะ) ทรงพระนามว่า สิทธัตถะ โคตมะ แต่ได้ออกผนวชและตรัสรู้เมื่อพระชนมายุได้ 35 พรรษา พระนามอื่น ๆ ของพระพุทธเจ้า ที่สำคัญได้แก่ ศากยมุนี และ ตถาคต
ในพระไตรปิฏกกล่าวว่า พระพุทธเจ้าของเราได้ทำความดี(บารมี)มาในชาติก่อน ๆ นับชาติไม่ถ้วน (ก่อนที่จะเป็นพระพุทธเจ้า ท่านถูกเรียกว่า พระโพธิสัตว์) พระชาติอื่น ๆ ที่ชาวพุทธรู้จักกันดี ได้แก่ พระเวสสันดร พระเตมีย์ พระมหาชนก เป็นต้น

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Language: Arabic
There is no one dominant ccTLD for the Arabic countries and I believe that .com will prevail in these regions


xn--hgbk9a1f.com --> آسيا.com --> Asia.com
xn--hgbk9a1f.net --> آسيا.net --> Asia.net



xn--mgbec0b5enns.com --> التونسية.com --> Tunisian.com
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Tunisia (Arabic: تونس) is a country situated on the Mediterranean coast of North Africa. It is the easternmost and smallest of the nations situated along the Atlas mountain range, bordering Algeria, to the west, and Libya to the south east. Forty percent of the country is composed of the Sahara desert, with much of the remainder consisting of particularly fertile soil, with easily accessible coasts. Both played a prominent role in ancient times, first with the famous Phoenician city of Carthage, and later, as the Africa Province, it became known as the bread basket of the Roman Empire. It is thought that the name Tunis originated from Berber, meaning either a geographical promontory, or, "to spend the night."


Population --> 10,074,951
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While this has often been a matter of dispute, the following entities (20 states and two territories) are considered part of the Arab world as all use Arabic as one of their official state languages, and most of their inhabitants speak one or more of the Arabic languages and dialects (though ethnically quite varied):


• Algeria • Lebanon • Saudi Arabia
• Bahrain • Libya • Sudan
• Djibouti • Mauritania • Syria
• Egypt • Morocco • Tunisia
• Iraq • Oman • United Arab Emirates
• Jordan • Palestine • Western Sahara (SADR)
• Kuwait • Qatar • Yemen



xn--kgbe3a4dg1cb.com --> إفريقيا.com --> Africa.com



xn--mgbexh8fzap.com --> السورية.com --> Syrian.com
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Syria (Arabic: سوريا), is a country in the Middle East. It borders Lebanon to the west, Israel to the southwest, Jordan to the south, Iraq to the east, and Turkey to the north. Israel occupies the Golan Heights in the southwest of the country; a dispute with Turkey over the Hatay Province now seems to have subsided. Historically, Syria has often been taken to include the territories of Lebanon, Israel and the Palestinian Territories, and parts of Jordan, but excluding the Jazira region in the north-east of the modern Syrian state.

Population -- 18,448,752
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While this has often been a matter of dispute, the following entities (20 states and two territories) are considered part of the Arab world as all use Arabic as one of their official state languages, and most of their inhabitants speak one or more of the Arabic languages and dialects (though ethnically quite varied):


• Algeria • Lebanon • Saudi Arabia
• Bahrain • Libya • Sudan
• Djibouti • Mauritania • Syria
• Egypt • Morocco • Tunisia
• Iraq • Oman • United Arab Emirates
• Jordan • Palestine • Western Sahara (SADR)
• Kuwait • Qatar • Yemen


I have several top generic Arabic names and Countries/Capitals. If you are interested in Arabic names PM me
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Language: Chinese

xn--ep3a90c.net --> 达赖 --> Dali Lama (Simplified)


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Language: Hindi

xn--e2b8c.com --> ड.com
xn--f2b6c.com --> ढ.com
xn--o2b8a.com --> फ.com
xn--21b0f.com -> ख.com
xn--31b8e.com --> ग.com
xn--81b8d.com --> ज.com
xn--s2b0a.com --> य.com

7 Single Devangari/Hindi .com's



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السورية.com --> Syria.com wrong: translated: the Syria no boday say THE Syria (n)
التونسية.com it is not Tunisia but THE Tunisian

or do you say THE Boston,


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السورية.com --> Syria.com wrong: translated: the Syria no boday say THE Syria (n)
التونسية.com it is not Tunisia but THE Tunisian

or do you say THE Boston,


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I see....

Not that I dont trust you DABSI but I am awaiting an expert opinion.



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Look I know bugger all Arabic, but I know enough to know that is incorrect. How you can front yourself as an expert Dabsi, I really do not know!

Most City and Countries naturally take the article. An intelligent translator does not include the article when translated. It make no sense to do so. Where we don't use it the Arabs include. Where they include it we don't. Therefore the name without the article in English should be translated to the name with the article in most cases.

You wouldn't be trying to shift a pile of names with no articles that were easy to reg by any chance, would you Dabsi?

Take this example of Bahrain:

http://www.google.com/trends?q=%D8%A...o=all&date=all

or Khartoum:

http://www.google.com/trends?q=%D8%A...o=all&date=all
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Look I know bugger all Arabic, but I know enough to know that is incorrect. How you can front yourself as an expert Dabsi, I really do not know!

Most City and Countries naturally take the article. An intelligent translator does not include the article when translated. It make no sense to do so. Where we don't use it the Arabs include. Where they include it we don't. Therefore the name without the article in English should be translated to the name with the article in most cases.

You wouldn't be trying to shift a pile of names with no articles that were easy to reg by any chance, would you Dabsi?

Take this example of Bahrain:

http://www.google.com/trends?q=%D8%A...o=all&date=all

or Khartoum:

http://www.google.com/trends?q=%D8%A...o=all&date=all
Some countries or cities like bahrain and khartoum , without the definitive article is not accurate .

also Saudia, Kuwait .... and many others

others with definitive article is not accurate like egypt ,syria , tunisia and lybia ...etc

some words are not accurate when removing the article like quran

but adding the definitive article to a word is always a good alternative

hope this clarify things
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Some countries or cities like bahrain and khartoum , without the definitive article is not accurate .
also Saudia, Kuwait .... and many others
others with definitive article is not accurate like egypt ,syria , tunisia and lybia ...etc
some words are not accurate when removing the article like quran
but adding the definitive article to a word is always a good alternative
hope this clarify things
Can you clarify when you use the definitive article, or easier give us a quick list of correct spelling for these major countries.
I am a bit confused here.....
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