Connie Moriarty (reliquarium) wrote in linguaphiles,
Connie Moriarty

Translate Vietnamese word for 'thrive' or 'growth' to old Chinese characters instead of the Latin???



 I read through these entries and learned because of the French colonization that Vietnamese uses Latin characters now as it's standard script but could somebody perhaps supply me with the Chinese character for the Vietnamese word for 'thrive' or 'growth'??? It's for a painting I'm working on & in this instance---for the sake of space & aesthetics....I prefer the Chinese character (s)....Thank you!!!!!!!!!


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