Daniel / Rose

  • Freeflight

    Member
    Korean & English
    Did you mean you want to know the meaning of Daniel and Rose in Korean?
    Both of them are not from Korean so there's no meaning of both words in Korean.
    However, if you're wondering how do you write in Korean, then it's
    다니엘 = Daniel
    로즈 = Rose
     

    Du_sud

    Senior Member
    Brazilian Portuguese
    That's what I meant by "having both names transliterated into Korean":

    transliterate verb
    [VN] ~ sth (into / as sth) to write words or letters using letters of a different alphabet or language.

    Thanks a lot!
     
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