XinYan’s Essential Learning Materials Sharing 8: Yu

The character “雨” primarily refers to a natural phenomenon in the environment, such as rainy days, snow, etc.

Individuals with the character “雨” tend to be assertive and have their own ideas, considering matters comprehensively and often thinking deeply. They are prone to feeling emotionally burdened and often feel misunderstood.

People with the character “雨” typically possess strong capabilities and are reliable and steadfast individuals. They manage finances well overall, but tend to spend money as soon as it comes in, making it difficult for them to save.

Physically, individuals with the character “雨” are generally attractive with fair skin and good temperament. However, they may experience turbulent emotional relationships, leading to setbacks in marriage. They need to manage relationships carefully.

They may also be indecisive, have difficulty expressing themselves, and often feel melancholic. Their fluctuating emotions can affect their overall well-being and health, leading to headaches, dizziness, neurasthenia, cold and damp constitutions in females, breast hyperplasia, nodules, and mental distress in males.

Their fortunes tend to fluctuate, with good times followed by bad. This inconsistency also affects their emotional state.

They may find it easier to communicate with subordinates and children but may struggle to relate to elders and leaders. This aspect may need improvement in their character.

When the character “雨” is included in a name, it signifies intelligence and assertiveness, but it also implies emotional volatility, making their fortune unstable and prone to rapid changes. “雨” also connotes sadness and regret, as well as significant emotional investments leading to disappointment.

Just as one standing in the rain, the heart may be easily clouded by depression and difficult to clear. The rain falls and then flows away, unable to be grasped or retained.

Similar to other characters with a cold connotation like “梦,” “霞,” “露,” and “风雪,” it is not recommended to include the character “雨” in a name.

Expressions related to “雨” include “倾盆大雨” (torrential rain), “风雨如晦” (a stormy situation), “枪弹林雨” (bullets flying like rain), “腥风血雨” (a bloody conflict), “满城风雨” (widespread unrest), “泪雨如下” (tears streaming down), “暴风骤雨” (a sudden violent storm), “风雨飘摇” (tossed by the wind and rain), “栉风沐雨” (weathering the storm), “凄苦风雨” (a bitter and harsh situation), etc. (Living under such circumstances, it is difficult to avoid feeling melancholic and overly sensitive.)

The character “雨” is composed of “部” (heaven) above and “两” (two) representing the month below. “日” (sun) is yang, while “月” (moon) is yin. The character “雨” leans more toward the yin side, making it unsuitable for use in female names. If the yin element is added to another yin element, it can harm the body, disrupt sleep, and make one susceptible to cold constitutions, nodules, and tumors, as one is constantly immersed in “water.”

It is generally not advisable for anyone to have the character “雨” in their name. “龙藏” (Dragon Cang) is also associated with water. Although it has intelligence, it is most unfavorable for those born in the Year of the Ox, Tiger, Rabbit, Snake, Horse, Sheep, Chicken, Dog, and Pig, as well as those of the secondary zodiac signs.

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