Hmm... how do you name a kid? Especially when his mom is from the States, his father is from Hong Kong - the Cantonese speaking part, and they work in a Mandarin speaking country.
Jonathan - "gift of God" (Francis chose this one.)
Levi - "joined", from the Levites, one of the 12 tribes of Israel who, when they all entered the Promised Land from Egypt, they didn't get a parcel of land, but were set apart to serve in the temples and holy places, leading the others in communing with God. (And we like to wear blue jeans, as well!)
Ng - sounds like "mmm....."
Ga - sounds like "gah." Means "excellent.:
Lok - sounds like "lock." Means "happy, joyful" from Galatians 5:22.
Wu - sounds like "woo." (Same character as Ng, but different pronunciation b/w the 2 languages.)
Jia - sounds like "j'yah." Again, "excellent."
Le -sounds like "luh", as in "lull." Again, "happy, joyful."
Jonathan Levi Galok Ng