User comments for Daisuke (Meaning / History Only)

Yes, *suke* in fact does mean 'assistance'. Sasuke can mean different things depending on the kanji used.

From what I can tell, *sa* could mean 'difference', or 'help'. But I'm not a native Japanese speaker, nor do I know of any other kanji for *sa* and their meanings.
ragexprincess  3/13/2007
While the first half of this name is nearly always written with 大 ("big") or 太 ("fat"), the second half can be written with a number of characters including 介 ("mediate," "shellfish," "jammed in"), 祐 ("help"), 助 ("help"), 典 ("rule," "law," "ceremony"), 修 ("discipline," "study").
Aurelien  2/23/2015
It can be also written as 大 (dai) meaning "big, large" combined with 介 (suke) meaning "shell, shellfish".
cutenose  1/20/2017

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