|Author:||ClaudiaS (Authenticated as ClaudiaS)|
|Date:||May 15, 2007 at 3:11:17 PM|
|Reply to:||"Nori" by Felix128 (not logged in)|
Nori doesn't "signify" anything special in the sense of forming a diminutive, or meaning first-born, or anything like that. It's simply an element that is used in first names. It's very common for Japanese male names to be formed by combining two "name elements": Tomoyuki, Toshinori, Masamichi, etc. "Nori" is often written with one of several kanji (Chinese character) meaning "constitution"; "to follow," or "law, principle."
This message was edited by the author on May 18, 2007 at 1:42:25 PM
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