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I like this name as the most common used kanji to write it is very beautiful. The kanji are also intricate, delicate and beautiful to look at. It is also a good Japanese name as Westerners can easily associate to it, even if it is pronounced differently to the English Naomi.
-- nafer1  5/18/2005
There's a JPop singer named Tamura Naomi.
-- azngirl12  9/25/2005
There are numerous kanji possibilities for the "nao" portion of this name and you can check the comments under "Naoko" for some more. For the "mi" portion, you can use either "beautiful" or "fruit", but beautiful is more common.

In some areas of Japan, this name has been extremely common at times (kind of like Jennifer here).
-- abbasdaughter  12/27/2005
I love this name. MIAOMI is very pretty. It has always reminded me of a beautiful Japanese maiden. (that is if someone pronounces it in just the right way.)
-- Anonymous User  4/23/2006
The Japanese pronunciation would be Now Me.
-- Anonymous User  2/23/2007
Correct pronunciation in Japanese is something like Nah-Oh-Mee, with the "Nah-Oh" blended together in speech to create a long "now" sound.
-- Akua Topaz  7/26/2007
A very pretty name with a very pretty meaning. Although for some odd reason when I hear this name the first thing that pops into my head is a tropical beachside.
-- Anonymous User  9/8/2007
My middle name rocks! My first name is often skipped & I have acheived the nickname Mimi. I hate how people mispronounce it as NI-omee. If you can read right, you'd be able to tell that the "i" is at the end. Most don't know it, but there is a significant difference in meaning if you pronounce it wrong, plus- it can get the bearer angry.
-- SingingDove114  4/3/2008
I so much prefer the Japanese version of this name! I hate the way "Naomi (Ney-owe-mi)" is pronounced in the western sense. It sounds whiny and ugly. But to pronounce it Nao-Mi sounds both cute and elegant at once.
Unfortunately, if I called my child Naomi, you can bet everyone would pronounce it wrong. :(
-- diluna25  11/20/2008
It has NO CONNECTION with "NAOMI (1)".
-- JapanYoshiTheGamer  11/15/2011
Naomi is actually a unisex name in Japan. There are famous Japanese men and women named Naomi.
-- IrishKisses  3/14/2012
Naomi Uemura (b. 1941 - d. 1984, Japanese: 直己) was a Japanese explorer. He was the first person to ever reach the North Pole solo, raft the Amazon solo, and climb Mount McKinley solo.
-- GoodNightingale  9/13/2013
Naomi Taniguchi (b. 1936, Japanese: 尚己 / 尚巳) was a Japanese Grand Prix racer. He was the first Japanese racer to compete in a world championship.
-- GoodNightingale  9/14/2013

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