Separate names with a comma.
Discussion in 'Football' started by Rocky, 1 July 2006.
Your Brazilname is "Schijveiro".
I put in Stringer Bell and number 11 as my shirt name and it came up with "Baldo Santos"!
It's the translation for Portuguese, Stringer Bell in portuguese means "baldo santos"
Okay i see!
Vladislav Savov in Brazilian equals:
Crazy stuff! :shock:
I'm brazilian and my name is the most strange so far.
Put in Dion Dublin
Speaks for itself :lol:
ahahah top class! :lmao:
I'm guessing you didnt try Dion Dublin then...
Tutson ! I love it !
I forgot to mention I got "Rinha".
great find! :applause:
Makes me think of Gattuso for some reason... Ringhio!
sauce sauce got saucildo? isnt that mexican?
my name already brazilian got matheão?!?!?
List of few examples of names and respective translation to Portuguese and Brazilian Portuguese:
English - Portuguese normal - French - result (Portuguese Brazilian):
Andrew - André - don-t know - Andrézão (if you're tall), Andrezinho (if you're small)
Louis - Luís - don't know - Luisão, Luizinho
John - João - don't know - none, Joãozinho
Mario - Mário - don't know - none, Márinho
Roman - Romário - don't know - Romarão, Romárinho
Marcel - Marcelo - Marcel - Marcelão, Marcelinho
James - Tiago - don't know - Tiagão, Tiaguinho
David - David - David - none, Davidezinho
Peter - Pedro - Pierre - Pedrão, Pedrinho
Jose - José - don't know - none, Zézinho
Charles - Carlos - don't know - Carlão, Carlitos
Michael - Miguel - Micheal - Miguelão, Miguelito
Richard - Ricardo - Richard - Ricardão, Ricardinho
Paul - Paulo - Paul - none, Paulinho
and so and so....
Jose = the famous Zézé :lmao:
Ronaldo > Ronaldão (if u are fat):lmao:
Ricardão = The lover :lmao:
I love those ãos and inhos
"Arnainho" for me
Should have been famous.
I'm officially changing my name... Sandhão
My Brazilian name is 'Fra' 8)