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Yamato was given to 7 boys in America in 2016.
cutenose  7/22/2017
Yamato Ichihashi was one of the first academics of Asian ancestry in the United States. Ichihashi wrote a comprehensive account of his experiences as an internee at the Tule Lake War Relocation Center where he was imprisoned in World War II along with other relocated Japanese Americans.
lilolaf  6/6/2017
Yamato Maeda is a Japanese professional baseball outfielder for the Hanshin Tigers in Japan's Nippon Professional Baseball. He has been registered as "Yamato" since 2007. He played for the Kanoya Boy Scout's softball club in his early years, then joined the Kanoya Baystars during junior high. He entered Shonan High School and joined its baseball club as a shortstop, and participated in the Summer Koshien during his 1st and 3rd year, reaching the quarter final round in the latter. During that time, his impressive defense caught the attention of Tigers manager Akinobu Okada who was watching the televised game, that prompted him to choose Yamato as the Tiger's 4th pick in the 2005 high school draft.
cutenose  2/19/2017
Yamato Yamamoto is a Japanese manga artist most notable for providing the illustrations for the Kentarō Katayama's light novel series Kure-nai, as well as creating the related manga. He also illustrated the series 9S, a sci-fi style action genre light novel.
lilolaf  2/14/2017
Yamato Gō is a former sumo wrestler from Oahu, Hawaii, United States. His highest rank was maegashira 12. He was a schoolfriend of future yokozuna Akebono. He made his professional debut in November 1990, joining Magaki stable. His brother, Glenn, joined two months later, competing under the name of Onami. Yamato reached the salaried sekitori ranks in March 1995 when he was promoted to the jūryō division. He reached the top makuuchi division in January 1997, the first wrestler from his stable to do so since it was re-established in 1983. He chalked up a winning record of 8-7 in his debut and was ranked there for seven tournaments. He was forced to sit out the March 1998 tournament with a life-threatening bout of pneumonia which sent him down to jūryō. Still not fully recovered in May, he turned in a disastrous 1-14 record and fell to the unsalaried makushita division. Just before the July tournament he was hit by a car and was forced to withdraw once again. This sent him down to the bottom of makushita. After a 5-2 score in September he decided to retire rather than face another long struggle back up the rankings, and started up his own restaurant, Kama'āina's, in Tokyo's Roppongi district.
cutenose  2/4/2017
10 baby boys in the USA 2015 were given Yamato.
lilolaf  8/20/2016
In Kantai Collection there is a character named Yamato. She's pretty much the living embodiment of the famed super battleship.
miyamosuiren  1/23/2016
Other kanji and kanji combinations that can be used for Yamato: 大翔, 大斗, 大都, 和, 倭, 倭斗, 倭人, 山人, 山斗, 也真斗, 也真人, 弥真人, 弥真斗, 弥真翔, 矢馬斗, 矢真飛, 矢真人

Yamato, when used as either 大和 or 倭, can also be used for girls, although it's rarely used on girls.
m4yb3_daijirou  3/17/2015
Liesl  12/7/2010
In Naruto Shippuden there's a character named Yamato.
sailormars  7/11/2010
A character from Digimon Adventure and Digimon Adventure 02 was named Yamato Ishida in the Japanese version. In the English version, however, he was called Matt.
RoseWeasley95  1/4/2010
A group of Japanese called the Yamato grew pineapples in Boca Raton, Florida in the early 20th century. There is now a street named after them "Yamato Road" (That is of course, if the info I was given in school is true).
― Anonymous User  9/30/2007
In the video game Devil May Cry 3: Dante's Awakening, Dante's twin brother Vergil uses a sword named Yamato.
Dark Whysper  6/18/2007

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