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  1. France

  2. Anne-France

  3. Switzerland


France

China fú lǎng sī
France Vertical Wall Scroll

弗朗絲 is the transliteration to Mandarin Chinese for the given name France.

This does not refer to the country. Please choose a different title if you want the country. This sounds like France, but in now way does it mean France.

France

Japan fu ran su
France Vertical Wall Scroll

フランス is France in Japanese Katakana.

This does not refer to the country.


Note: Because this title is entirely Japanese Katakana , it should be written by a Japanese calligrapher.

France

China fà guó
Japan furansu
France Vertical Wall Scroll

法國 is the most common title for the country of France.

This version is the traditional form in Chinese and Japanese. In Simplified Chinese and modern Japanese, it's written 法国.

France

China fà guó
Japan furansu
France Vertical Wall Scroll

法国 is the most common modern Japanese and Simplified Chinese way to write the title for the country of France.

Anne-France

China ān fú lǎng sī
Anne-France Vertical Wall Scroll

安弗朗絲 is a common Mandarin Chinese transliteration for the female French name Anne-France.

Switzerland

China ruì shì
Switzerland Vertical Wall Scroll

瑞士 is the Chinese name for the country of Switzerland.


See Also:  Germany | Austria | France | Europe


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

Title CharactersRomaji(Romanized Japanese)Various forms of Romanized Chinese
France弗朗絲
弗朗丝
fú lǎng sī
fu2 lang3 si1
fu lang si
fulangsi
fu lang ssu
fulangssu
Franceフランスfu ran su / furansu
France法國
法国
furansufà guó / fa4 guo2 / fa guo / faguofa kuo / fakuo
France法國
法国
furansufà guó / fa4 guo2 / fa guo / faguofa kuo / fakuo
Anne-France安弗朗絲
安弗朗丝
ān fú lǎng sī
an1 fu2 lang3 si1
an fu lang si
anfulangsi
an fu lang ssu
anfulangssu
Switzerland瑞士ruì shì / rui4 shi4 / rui shi / ruishijui shih / juishih
In some entries above you will see that characters have different versions above and below a line.
In these cases, the characters above the line are Traditional Chinese, while the ones below are Simplified Chinese.