It has been raining for the whole day. At dusk, the rain stops and the sun comes out of the cloud. The sky is painted with a soft color of a mixture of red and orange which looks very beautiful. With the sweet and fresh air, you feel extremely comfortable both physically and mentally.
There is a Chinese word '晚晴' for this scene, and I used it to name my daughter. So if an English name should be given to her, is there a word with the same meaning or some relation with the Chinese word in some aspect, which is also suitable for a name or doesn't sound very strange at least?
It seems that there is no such word in English. Then it will also be appreciated if there is a word whose end pronunciation is the same as ring or sing - that's how the second character of the Chinese name sound like, and has some good meaning and could be used as a nickname!
Update Again: Reply to @Meghan
Thanks for your reply! I realized from this thread that it not so easy to choose an English name with the ideas I used choosing her Chinese name. So we just use 'Ella' as her English name selected by my wife. But after checking the exact meaning of it when I trying to write this reply to you, I found it's the very right one as I expected before, especially of this sentence "the Good, is all she vows to become and to do." :)