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What is the Chinese symbol for twin?

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    Was wanting a tattoo of it but I don't want to get the wrong symbol! I've looked on google but there are different ones. Thanks
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    There is no one symbol for twin. Twin translated into chinese is 3 words.



    Don't get a chinese tattoo. It's cliche.
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    Chinese (traditional): 雙胞胎
    Chinese (Simplified): 双胞胎
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    http://www.chinesenames.org/chinese-symbols/twins.htm

    You could have just googled that.
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    Aaw...do you have a twin? That's a cute idea!
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    (Original post by math1234)
    Chinese (traditional): 雙胞胎
    Chinese (Simplified): 双胞胎
    Thanks! I was wanting an actual Chinese person (which I presume you are?) to tell me rather than Google!

    (Original post by EffieFlowers)
    Aaw...do you have a twin? That's a cute idea!
    Yes I do Thanks! I'm so close to him
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    (Original post by RowingGoose)
    Thanks! I was wanting an actual Chinese person (which I presume you are?) to tell me rather than Google!
    you are welcome!
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    (Original post by RowingGoose)
    Thanks! I was wanting an actual Chinese person (which I presume you are?) to tell me rather than Google!
    But how do you know he's not trolling you and that it actually says 'cabbage rabbit'?
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    屁股的猴子
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    (Original post by math1234)
    Chinese (traditional): 雙胞胎
    Chinese (Simplified): 双胞胎
    Do you know why the bao1 is represented in type as 胞?isn't it written with 巳,in it instead?

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