An auspicious Chinese name is not just a Chinese name, it has to meet conditions for character stroke.
Every Chinese name has a stroke number for Human Structure (人格), Earth Structure (地格), External Structure (外格) and Total Structure (总格). Each stroke number is dependent on the number of character strokes for the surname, middle name and last name. For example, the stroke number for Human Structure is the total number of character strokes for the surname and middle name. Each stroke number denotes a certain meaning. Depending on the meaning, a stroke number is rated auspicious or inauspicious or average.
An auspicious Chinese name is a Chinese name where the stroke numbers for Human Structure, Earth Structure, External Structure and Total Structure are all auspicious. In general, a Chinese name may not have all auspicious stroke numbers. For example, a Chinese name may have auspicious stroke numbers for Human Structure and Earth Structure, average stroke number for External Structure and inauspicious stroke number for Total Structure. In general, to have an auspicious Chinese name, the characters in a Chinese name have to be specially selected to ensure that the stroke numbers are all auspicious.
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