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Airi Suzuki (âľ ÛÀí) is a Japanese pop singer and actress, currently a member of ¡ãC-ute and Hello! Project Kids. Suzuki is the daughter of the professional golfer T¨­ru Suzuki.
-- Anonymous User  8/5/2007
I like this name. It's sweet. I have always wondered if Chinese names can be Japanese too, but I have never heard a Chinese name on a Japanese girl or boy and also vice versa, so I guess it's not possible, but either way, I still like this name, and I'm pretty sure this is only a girl's name, and that is the only gender I would even consider using it on is a little girl. I can't picture a little boy with this name, but who knows? Maybe it's possible, maybe it's not. But oh well, I like it for a little girl.
-- Patricia Underwood  3/6/2008
This is also a Finnish female name. :)
-- Anonymous User  6/25/2008
This is so sweet. Close to my own name, Siri, but I find this prettier.
-- nox  9/4/2008
Hoshina Airi is the name of the protagonist in the manga "MeruPuri" by Matsuri Hino.
-- GreekMythology  2/13/2009
There are multiple other kanji possibilities to go with this name. Kind of a more recent name rather than an old standard.
-- abbasdaughter  3/10/2009
Miyavi Ishihara's daughter (born July 29, 2009) has this name as her Japanese name! ^_^
-- VampireTears  8/1/2009
Something more about Miyavi's daughter's name: her name is actually Lovelie (from the English word "lovely"), but it is written with the same characters as Airi - 愛理. 愛 means "love" and 理 means "reason". Usually, foreign words and names in Japanese are written in katakana, but I guess Miyavi and Melody wanted their daughter's name to have a literal meaning in kanji. Normally, 愛理 would be read as "Airi". And Japanese people find the English words "love" and "lovely" very hard to pronounce - the closest sounds they have are "rabu" and "raburi". I really hope Miyavi can pronounce English well, so her name actually sounds like "Lovely" when he says it, not "Raburi". :)
-- shotgun_wedding  4/3/2010
Japanese pronunciation: ah-EE-ree, or AH-ee-ree
English pronunciation (the one that flows the most should an English-speaker say the name): IE-ree.
-- erb816  4/8/2010
Airi is also a Finnish name.
-- Anonymous User  10/30/2010
Pronounced eye-ree.
-- junpyon  4/9/2011
If used in nickname-form-- "Airi" is unbelievably tender and sweet. While, yes, it may have it's roots as Japanese I find it acceptable to use in other cultures (diminutive, of course). I certainly would consider it as a shortened everyday call of the Italian "Aurelia." The pronunciation... Perhaps I would Italian-ize it to "Ah-Ee-Ree"? A simple "Air-Ee" could function, though.
-- Francesca  5/5/2011
The name Airi can mean either "Beloved Jasmine" or "Beloved Reason".
-- Mocha444  12/26/2011
It reminds me of Aina in how soft and feminine it sounds; I picture an Airi as being one of the sweetest girls you could meet.
-- RoseTintsMyWorld  5/9/2016
Pronounced like eye-ree.
-- Aliria  7/26/2016
12 baby girls born in the USA (2015) were given Airi.
-- lilolaf  1/25/2017
Airi Toriyama is a Japanese actress and singer who is affiliated with Sony Music Entertainment Japan through Cast Corporation, until October 8, 2009, without a description of her in the Cast Corporation page, as of 2014, her agency was unknown.
-- lilolaf  1/25/2017
Airi Suzuki is a Japanese pop singer and currently member of such idol groups as Cute and Buono!, among others. Her parents, Toru and Kyoko Suzuki were both professional golfers.

In 2002, Suzuki participated and passed, along with 14 other girls, the audition of Hello! Project Kids after performing Kimochi wa Tsutawaru by BoA. She made her first appearance in the entertainment industry as a member of 4Kids, a temporary group that appeared in Minimoni's movie Mini Moni ja Movie: Okashi na Daibōken!, which was released in late 2002. In addition, she was also in a shuffle group called Aa! Later that year and received a lead in the song. She was assigned as a member of Cute, whose formation was announced on June 11, 2005, along with seven other Hello! Project Kids members, and she is the lead singer in most songs and concerts. Furthermore, it was announced on July 21, 2007 that Suzuki would participate in a unit named Buono! With Momoko Tsugunaga and Miyabi Natsuyaki from Berryz Kobo. In 2010 Suzuki had once injured her ankle before a concert. At the end of October, 2010, Airi Suzuki appeared on the cover of the December issue of UP to boy magazine together with Mayu Watanabe from AKB48. That was the first gravure collaboration between AKB48 and Hello! Project.
-- cutenose  2/3/2017

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