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  1. Forest

  2. Small Forest

  3. Pine Forest / Matsubayashi

  4. Shaolin


Forest

Given Name
China fó léi sī tè
Forest Vertical Wall Scroll

佛雷斯特 is the transliteration to Mandarin Chinese for the name Forest.

However, if your name is Forest, I suggest using the Chinese/Japanese/Korean word for forest (wooded area).

Forest

China sēn
Japan mori
Forest Vertical Wall Scroll

森 is the Chinese, Japanese Kanji, and old Korean Hanja for forest.

This can also refer to a dense forest-like place or thing. It can also refer to a shrine grove or sacred grove (a forest of religious significance).

Forest

Wooded Area
China sēn lín
Japan shinrin
Forest Vertical Wall Scroll

森林 is how to generically write "forest" or "woods" in Chinese, Japanese Kanji, and old Korean Hanja.

If you look at the first character, you will see that it is made up of three trees. The second is actually two trees. 森林 is one of those words that really visually expresses the meaning.

If your name is Forest, I suggest this title to represent your name.

Small Forest

China lín
Japan rin
Small Forest Vertical Wall Scroll

林 refers to a small forest, a grove, a thicket, or the woods.

In Chinese, this can be the surname Lin. It's also the lin in Shaolin (referring to the monks of the Shaolin temple).

The symbology of this character is two trees side-by-side. Take a look, you can see the tree figures.

Pine Forest / Matsubayashi

China sōng lín
Japan matsubayashi
Pine Forest / Matsubayashi Vertical Wall Scroll

This Japanese, Chinese, and Korean word means pine forest.

Also a Japanese surname that romanizes as Matsubayashi or Shourin.

Shaolin

Little Forest
China shǎo lín
Japan sho rin
Shaolin Vertical Wall Scroll

The Shaolin monks of China have been practicing the art of Kung Fu for thousands of years. While there are many schools of Kung Fu in China, Shaolin are one of the more religiously devout and disciplined.

The title of Shaolin actually refers to a specific Buddhist monastery. It should be noted that the Shaolin were famous in China long before the Kung Fu TV show. Their fame in China is due to the monks' heroic and swift rescue an emperor during the Tang Dynasty. Most Chinese people are not keenly aware of the Kung Fu TV show, and have no idea who David Carradine is or anything about his character, Kwai Chang Caine.

Note: The literal meaning of these two characters is "little forest."

The fame of the Shaolin has spread all over Asia, as even though this is a Chinese title, the same characters are used in Japanese with the same meaning.




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The following table may be helpful for those studying Chinese or Japanese...

Title CharactersRomaji(Romanized Japanese)Various forms of Romanized Chinese
Forest佛雷斯特fó léi sī tè
fo2 lei2 si1 te4
fo lei si te
foleisite
fo lei ssu t`e
foleissute
fo lei ssu te
Forestmorisēn / sen1 / sen
Forest森林shinrinsēn lín / sen1 lin2 / sen lin / senlin
Small Forestrinlín / lin2 / lin
Pine Forest
Matsubayashi
松林matsubayashisōng lín / song1 lin2 / song lin / songlinsung lin / sunglin
Shaolin少林sho rin / shorinshǎo lín / shao3 lin2 / shao lin / shaolin