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Honigkuchen

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Hey people,

im writing an book with a God of Time. His incarnation is a Dragon wich means "Ryō" (found on Google). So my guestion is how you would name him? I just would say "Ryōjikan" with "Jiakn" for Time but is this ok to say? And does it sounds epic and powerfull for you?

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Dragon is ryū in Japanese, not ryō. Ryō is a reading for given name of the same kanji.

Ryūjikan means dragon time, time of dragon, time used among dragons or like that. You can use 時龍 Jiryū for your case.
 

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Thanks a lot for your fast Help. Im gonna use it sounds great in my ears XD
 
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