Gender Feminine & Masculine
Scripts 晴日, 晴妃, 晴姫, 陽日, 陽妃, 陽姫, 春日, 春妃, 春姫, 遥日, 遥妃, 遥姫(Japanese Kanji) はるひ(Japanese Hiragana) ハルヒ(Japanese Katakana)
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Meaning & History
This name can be used to combine 晴 (sei, ha.re, haru) meaning "clear up," 陽 (you, hi) meaning "positive, sunshine, yang principle," 春 (shun, haru) meaning "spring(time)" or 遥 (you, haru.ka) meaning "distant" with 日 (jitsu, nichi, -ka, hi, -bi) meaning "day, sun," 妃 (hi, kisaki, ki) meaning "empress, queen" or 姫 (ki, hime, hime-) meaning "princess" (the last two kanji used for girls).When used as 春日, it is also a word that refers to a spring day or otherwise spring sunlight (also transcribed as shunjitsu).Bearers of this name include, in real life, music artist Haruhi Aiso (相曽 晴日) (1964-) and voice actress Haruhi Nanao (七緒 はるひ), formerly Haruhi Terada (寺田 はるひ) (1973-) and, in fictional media, main characters Haruhi Fujioka (藤岡 ハルヒ) and Haruhi Suzumiya (涼宮 ハルヒ) from the Ouran High School Host Club and Haruhi Suzumiya franchises respectively.