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|ā ěr mǎ tí||阿 ā: prefix for people's names; used in transliteration|
尔 ěr: you; that, those; final particle
马 mǎ: horse; surname; KangXi radical 187
提 tí: hold in hand; lift in hand
To facilitate prenonciation of Chinese ideograms original of drawing, the government of the People's Republic of China has adopted a Pinyin system in the years 1955-1957, becomed ISO 7098 in 1982, using the Latin alphabet. Please take a look at Pinyin for more explanations.
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