How would you write the name Drew in Chinese Calligraphy?

I’m curious about how my name is written in Chinese Calligraphy.

I did a quick search for you.

德茹
The first character translates to de: Germany, virtue, goodness, morality, ethics, kindness, favor, character, kind
And I couldn’t figure out the meaning of the second one.

There’s a picture of a dragon that comes up for you on the website link below.

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One Response to How would you write the name Drew in Chinese Calligraphy?

  1. sandra_panda says:

    I did a quick search for you.

    德茹
    The first character translates to de: Germany, virtue, goodness, morality, ethics, kindness, favor, character, kind
    And I couldn’t figure out the meaning of the second one.

    There’s a picture of a dragon that comes up for you on the website link below.
    References :
    http://www.usdiner.com/cgi-bin/ShowCNames

    http://www.chinesetools.eu/tools/mouse-dictionary/

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