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Etsuko was especially common in Japan from the 1930s to the 1950s. In this time period it almost consistently made the middle to lower half of the top ten peaking at #5 in 1948.

It is commonly spelled 悦子 (joy + child).
― Anonymous User  9/5/2019
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Etsuko Nishio is a Japanese singer, actress and model, known for her songs Ja Ja Uma ni Sasenaide and Don't mind Lay Lay Boy from the Ranma 1/2 anime. In 1992 she became a gravure idol, releasing several nude photobooks and videos. She also starred in a couple of feature films.
lilolaf  4/2/2017
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Etsuko Inoue is a retired female tennis player from Japan.
lilolaf  4/2/2017
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Etsuko was last given to 6 baby girls born in the USA (1933).
lilolaf  4/2/2017
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Awesome!
SkyFan99  12/18/2016
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"Etsu" (at least one character for etsu, anyway) means rejoice. You could also break "etsu" up into 2 characters (1 for each syllable) and have:
"E" ("grace/beauty" or "branch" or "picture" or "cove/inlet")
"Tsu" ("by the sea")
"Ko" ("child")

With "ko" becoming less common when naming babies in Japan, some other variations are Etsumi ("mi" meaning "beautiful" or "fruit") and Etsuyo ("yo meaning "generation" or "world")
abbasdaughter  12/26/2005
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I think it is a lovely name. I'm using it for a story/fanfic character.
nono_the_ninja  9/3/2005

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