Gender Masculine & Feminine
Scripts 緒磯, 泉喜, 誠記, 根木, 元禧, 元樹, 素喜, 素生, 太樹, 本基, 誉己, 基揮, 基記, etc.(Japanese Kanji)
From Japanese 緒 (moto) meaning "end of thread" or 泉 (moto) meaning "spring" combined with 磯 (ki) meaning "submerged rock" or 喜 (ki) meaning "rejoice". Other kanji combinations are possible. A famous male bearer is Motoki Kawasaki, a former Japanese football player.