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The most popular spelling, in which it entered the Japanese girls top 10, is 君子 (noble + child). It entered the top 10 once, in 1920, at #10.
Kimiko Yo is a Japanese actress. She was given the Best Supporting Actress award at the 2004 and the 2009 Yokohama Film Festival ceremonies. She won the award for best supporting actress at the 32nd and at the 33rd Japan Academy Prize for Departures and Dear Doctor respectively.
Kimiko Ikegami is an American-born Japanese actress. She is best known for playing the lead role of Gorgeous in the 1977 film House. Born in Manhattan, New York City, she moved to Kyoto at age 3. Kimiko graduated from Horikoshi High School in Nakano, Tokyo and subsequently attended Tamagawa University. She is closely related to the Bandō Mitsugorō kabuki actors: her grandfather was the eighth, her uncle the ninth, her cousin the tenth to take that name. With the encouragement of that cousin, Kimiko turned to acting.
Kimiko Hahn is an American poet and distinguished professor in the MFA program of Queens College, CUNY. Her work frequently deals with the reinvention of poetic forms and the intersecting of conflicting identities.
Kimiko Elizabeth Glenn is an American actress and singer, known for portraying Brook Soso in the Netflix series Orange Is the New Black, and Dawn in the Broadway musical Waitress.
Kimiko Gelman is an American actress. Gelman is best known for starring in the television series Rags to Riches from 1987 to 1988, where she played the role of Rose. She has also made appearances on a number of other TV shows including CSI: Miami, Providence, The West Wing, Beverly Hills 90210 and Chicago Hope. She appeared in the movie The Hunger Games as Venia, a member of Katniss Everdeen's prep team. Gelman has also acted in various theater productions in the United States.
Kimiko Douglass-Ishizaka is a German-Japanese pianist, former Olympic weightlifter and powerlifter. She was born in Bonn, Germany. Douglass-Ishizaka started playing the piano at age four, was a member of the Ishizaka Trio for 16 years with her brothers, and graduated from Hochschule für Musik Köln. As a solo pianist, she has performed concerts throughout Europe, North America, and Japan, as well as appearing with the Beethoven Orchester Bonn, the Klassische Philharmonie, and the Jackson Symphony Orchestra.
Kimiko Date-Krumm is a Japanese professional tennis player. She reached the semifinals of the 1994 Australian Open, the 1995 French Open and the 1996 Wimbledon Championships, and has won the Japan Open four times. In 1994, she was ranked in the top-ten women players in the world and reached a career-high World No. 4. In 1992, the WTA awarded her the "Most Improved Player of the Year". After playing in her second Olympic Games, she announced her retirement on 24 September 1996.
Kimiko is a character on the cartoon television show, "The Rugrats," But usually goes by "Kimi."
Kimiko Date-Krumm is, as of 2013, the oldest female tennis player in the top 100 at age 42. She began her career in 1989 and retired in 1996 only to return in 2008.
This name reminds me of the name Kimberly and it has a lot of nicknames to it.
Kimiko Glenn is an actress who played the role of Thea in the first North American national tour of the musical Spring Awakening.
There's a show on Cartoon Network called Xia Lin Showdown and one of the main character's names is Kimiko.
Multiple possiblities:

Kanji for "ki":
-honour/respect/worship
-joy
-writings
-turtle

Kanji for "mi"
-beautiful
-fruit

"Ko" means child, but is becoming less common, so some people might just go with Kimi or choose Kimie instead.
The short form of Kimiko is Kimi which means "she who is without equal."

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