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嬴正 (traditional and simplified, Pinyin)
- (historical, anachronistic) Ying Zheng, the personal name of Shi Huangdi, the First Emperor of China
The name is derived from combining Shi Huangdi's 姓 (ancestral name) and 名 (given name) in the manner of modern Chinese. Although common within China today, the name would have been unusual at the time, when the custom was to treat the 姓, 氏 (clan name), and 名 separately; to refer to high-ranking men by their titles and regnal or posthumous names; or to combine the clan name and the given name (Zhao Zheng).