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I have also heard of Kasumi being spelled Kazumi. Personally, I like "Kazumi" better than "Kasumi", although they both mean "mist".
-- elena_iamthestarligh  8/14/2005
There is a female character named "Kasumi Tendo" in the famous Anime + Manga, Ranma 1/2 by Rumiko Takahashi.
-- Inu-chan  9/8/2005
I believe it's pronounced "KAS mi" rather than "ka SU mi. The U in the syllable SU is silent.
-- HarpieSiren  11/7/2005
Kasumi is the Japanese name of Misty from the animanga, Pocket Monsters or Pokemon.
-- xcassieanhx  11/26/2005
Kasumi and Kazumi are separate names and pronounced differently with a definite distinction between the s and the z. You don't drop the u in these 2 names (though you can drop the u in the pronunciation of Kazuko so it sounds like Kazko).

Multiple kanji possibilities for this name result in multiple meaning possibilities and you can use 2 kanji or 3, depending on what you choose for the name, as long as you get the syllables in.

"ka"
-fragrance
-beautiful
-song

"su"
-sun/day
-joyous (celebration)

"mi"
-beautiful
-fruit
-- abbasdaughter  12/26/2005
A famous bearer of this name is a little bratty girl in the show Naruto, who, along with her friends, helped tease a young Sakura Haruno because of her forehead (kids called her "billboard-brow" because she has such a huge forehead). Kasumi and her friends were chased away by an angry Ino Yamanaka (Sakura's best friend).
-- DarkShizuka  8/5/2006
I like this name. To me, it doesn't have that bad of the association with the nasty Pokémon character that Misty has, despite it being her Japanese name.
-- bananarama  9/8/2009
In the game "Nancy Drew: Shadow at the Water's Edge" the ghost's name is Kasumi. They say it kah-SUE-may.
-- Antique_Cherub  12/29/2010
Also the name of the "busty" heroine of the Dead or Alive video game series. Kasumi's an orange-haired female ninja and a bit of a pervy geek's fantasy; but she has a noble, sweet and courageous nature.
-- JJSkeete  9/7/2011
This name reminds me of a fish.
-- 555jazzy  10/6/2012

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