Gyatso () is a Tibetan personal name meaning "ocean". It is also written ''Rgya-mtsho'' in Wylie transliteration, Gyaco in Tibetan Pinyin, Gyatsho in Tournadre Simplified Phonetic Transcription, and Gyatso in THDL Simplified Phonetic Transcription. In the Lhasa dialect it is or . In accordance with the latter pronunciation, it can also be spelled "Gyamtso" in English.

Gyatso

Gyatso () is a Tibetan personal name meaning "ocean". It is also written Rgya-mtsho in Wylie transliteration, Gyaco in Tibetan Pinyin, Gyatsho in Tournadre Simplified Phonetic Transcription, and Gyatso in THDL Simplified Phonetic Transcription. In the Lhasa dialect it is or . In accordance with the latter pronunciation, it can also be spelled "Gyamtso" in English. Notable persons whose names include "Gyatso" include: --> * Dalay Lamalar: ** Gendun Gyatso (1475–1541), 2. Dalay Lama ** Sonam Gyatso (1543–1588), 3. Dalay Lama ** Yonten Gyatso (1589–1616), 4. Dalay Lama ** Lobsang Gyatso (1617–1682), 5. Dalay Lama ** Tsangyang Gyatso (1683–1706), 6. Dalay Lama ** Kelzang Gyatso (1708–1757), 7. Dalay Lama ** Jamphel Gyatso (1758–1804), 8. Dalay Lama ** Lungtok Gyatso (1806–1815), 9. Dalay Lama ** Tsultrim Gyatso (1816–1837), 10. Dalay Lama ** Khedrup Gyatso (1838–1856), 11. Dalay Lama ** Trinley Gyatso (1857–1875), 12. Dalay Lama ** Thubten Gyatso (1876–1933), 13. Dalay Lama ** Tenzin Gyatso (d. 1935), 14. Dalay Lama * Chödrak Gyatso, 7. Karmapa; * Chögyam Trungpa * Geshe Kelsang Gyatso, * Khenpo Tsültrim Gyamtso, * Palden Gyatso, * Thubten Gyatso, == Hayali karakterler ==

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