I checked your interpretation of Kazumi = kazu (harmony, peace) + mi (beauty). And indeed, the most frequent kanji writing of the name that I could find was this combination:
This should answer the original poster's question about Kazumi.
But what now about Kasumi
= mist, according to BtN? It seems that Kazumi and Kasumi
are two different names, and the most frequent kanji writing for Kasumi
seems to be the kanji for "mist":
And finally, just to make it a little more complicated still, there is a third, very similar, but distinct given name Katsumi, this time mostly male instead of female like Kazumi and Kasumi
. It seems to be frequent among Japanese men that are already somewhat older, and is frequently written with the two kanji meaning "self-control":
But anyway, I found much confusion about this tripple of names:
- All three have alternative kanji writings and thus other meanings as well
- I am not sure, but I think for all three names I saw examples of the oposite sex carrying the name, i.e. male Kasumi
's and Kazumi's
- The Romanization is not consistent, with people sometimes writing Katsumi when they should write Kazumi, and writing Kazumi when they should write Kasumi
, and so on...