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Gender Masculine
Scripts 鳴門(Japanese Kanji) なると(Japanese Hiragana) ナルト(Japanese Katakana)

Meaning & History

Could mean "roaring gate" from Old Japanese 鳴 (naru) meaning “to ring; to roar; to sound” combined with 門 (to) meaning “gate, door”. This name is used to describe both a narrow between Awaji Island and Shikoku in Japan and the strong whirlpools that occur there.

A fictional bearer is Naruto (ナルト) Uzumaki (うずまき), the main character of the manga and anime franchise 'Naruto'. In this case the name could be inspired by narutomaki (鳴門巻き), a cured fish surimi often used to cook ramen.
Added 2/16/2007 by Sauronia
Edited 9/22/2019 by Felie, Sofia, Evil and more

See Also

User submission Narutó