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Gemini

China jié mǐ ní
Gemini Vertical Wall Scroll

傑迷尼 is the most common transliteration to Mandarin Chinese for the name Gemini.

This sounds like "Gemini" but does not have the meaning "Gemini" (twin constellation).

Gemini

China shuāng zǐ
Gemini Vertical Wall Scroll

雙子 is the short version of the title Gemini (star sign).

This also means twins.

Gemini

China jié mǐ ní
Gemini Vertical Wall Scroll

杰米尼 is an alternate transliteration to Mandarin Chinese for the name Gemini.

Gemini Zodiac Symbol / Sign

China shuāng zǐ zuò
Japan futago-za
Gemini Zodiac Symbol / Sign Vertical Wall Scroll

雙子座 is the Chinese way to write Gemini (twins) of western astrology.

This was also the version used in Japan until they simplified the first Kanji to 双 after WWII.


See Also:  Chinese Zodiac

Gemini Zodiac Symbol / Sign

China shuāng zǐ zuò
Japan futago-za
Gemini Zodiac Symbol / Sign Vertical Wall Scroll

雙子座 is the Japanese way to write Gemini (twins) of western astrology.

This also happens to be the Simplified Chinese version of this title - however, I recommend the Traditional Chinese version if your audience is Chinese.


See Also:  Chinese Zodiac


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

Title CharactersRomaji(Romanized Japanese)Various forms of Romanized Chinese
Gemini傑迷尼
杰迷尼
jié mǐ ní
jie2 mi2 ni2
jie mi ni
jiemini
chieh mi ni
chiehmini
Gemini雙子
双子
shuāng zǐ
shuang1 zi3
shuang zi
shuangzi
shuang tzu
shuangtzu
Gemini杰米尼jié mǐ ní
jie2 mi3 ni2
jie mi ni
jiemini
chieh mi ni
chiehmini
Gemini Zodiac Symbol
Sign
雙子座
双子座
futago-zashuāng zǐ zuò
shuang1 zi3 zuo4
shuang zi zuo
shuangzizuo
shuang tzu tso
shuangtzutso
Gemini Zodiac Symbol
Sign
雙子座
双子座
futago-zashuāng zǐ zuò
shuang1 zi3 zuo4
shuang zi zuo
shuangzizuo
shuang tzu tso
shuangtzutso
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.