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Kishi (also Kushaiah) is a figure in the Old Testament. 1 Chronicles 6:44 states Kishi is a Merarite, and the father of the ancestor of ETHAN
Scripts 岸(Japanese Kanji) きし(Japanese Hiragana) キシ(Japanese Katakana)
This name is used as 岸 (gan, kishi) meaning "beach."
It's not known how popular Kishi was in the early and middle part of the Edo period (1603-1868) but it was slightly uncommon in the latter part of that period and most of the Meiji period (1868-1912) before becoming rare in the 1900s.
Scripts 嬉子(Japanese Kanji)
Name that was given during the Hēan Period, to an Empress Consort, "藤原 嬉子" FUJIWARANOKISHI, married to "亀山天皇" KAMEYAMA the Japanese Emperor Kameyama. The Kanji Character "嬉" meaning "Happy" with the Kanji Character "子" meaning "Child". It could also be called "Kiko". See also Shōshi, Kenshi, Ishi, Kanshi, Sonshi.