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The beginning could also mean "big" (as well as "first") and I'm not sure about "sun", but know it can if it's Ta/Tai rather than Da/Dai. Ichi can mean "one" or "person" (I think).
-- abbasdaughter  12/26/2005
Yes, that is true, ichi means one or I (for boys I think, I'm Chinese so I'm not too sure). It's also he name of one of the Beyblade charatcers.
-- JungKyungSoon  6/8/2006
Daichi is a character in the Otori-books! A mean warrior.
-- Anonymous User  11/10/2006
It also can mean "big blood", "great thousand" or "big earth", taking it's indiviual elements.
-- tokidoki_xx  11/23/2006
I think it can also mean "big one" or "great one", for Da is commonly written as ‘å, means great (or big), and ichi means one, so that's it. But I wonder what is the difference of the meaning of the above kanji and this, ‘¾, which is pronounced ta.
-- rikkai_tensai  4/16/2007
A very strong masculine name. Of course, your child would have to be Japanese in order to make it work.
-- Dead Writer  5/25/2014
Daichi Miura is a Japanese singer, songwriter, dancer, and choreographer. Miura debuted as a singer in 1997 with the group Folder, consisting of students from Okinawa Actors School, which he attended. He left the group in 2000 due to his voice changing as a result of puberty. On August 1, 2004, he declared he would come back as a solo artist, and did so in March 2005 with the single "Keep It Goin' On." Since his solo debut, he has released 18 singles and 5 albums.
-- cutenose  1/27/2017
Daichi Hashimoto is a Japanese professional wrestler, currently signed to Big Japan Pro Wrestling. He is the son of Shinya Hashimoto and started his career in his father's Pro Wrestling Zero1 promotion.
-- cutenose  2/4/2017
Daichi Sawano is a Japanese pole vaulter.

His personal best is 5.83 metres, achieved in May 2005 in Shizuoka. Sawano is a three time Olympian (2004, 2008, 2016), two time Olympic Finalist, whose best finish was 7th at the Rio Olympics (2016).
-- lilolaf  2/15/2017
Akinori Kidera, known under the pen name Daichi Banjō (万乗 大智 Banjō Daichi?), is a Japanese manga artist. His most notable work was the sports manga Dan Doh!, written by Nobuhiro Sakata, in which he was the illustrator. In 1991, Banjo won the 21st Shogakukan New Artist Award for "Feron 11" as well as an honorable mention for the "Fujiko Fujio Award". That same year, one of his works appeared in the CoroCoro Comic Summer Special. After graduating from Seinan Gakuin University, he worked as an assistant to Takashi Shiina. In 1992 he made his formal debut under the pen name "Daichi Banjō" with the short story "Puma" in a special issue of Shōnen Sunday. In 1995, he became the illustrator for the Dan Doh! Sports manga series written by Nobuhiro Sakata. The series ran from 1995 to 2000 on Weekly Shonen Jump for 29 tankobon volumes and its sequels Dan Doh! Xi and Dan Doh! Next Generation ran in Shonen Sunday from 2000 to 2005 for 15 and 4 volumes, respectively. It was also adapted into an anime series. In 2006, he worked on the series Bushin which was serialized in Weekly Shonen Sunday. Other manga series include Mobile Suit Gundam: The Hunters in Black and Mobile Suit Gundam Aggressor.
-- cutenose  2/19/2017

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