Scripts 清十郎, 清重郎, 政十郎, 政重郎, 征十郎, 征重郎, 精十郎, 精重郎, 晴十郎, 晴重郎(Japanese Kanji) せいじゅうろう(Japanese Hiragana) セイジュウロウ(Japanese Katakana)
Other Forms FormsSeijuro, Seijurou, Seijuuro, Seijuurou
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Meaning & History
This name combines 清 (shou, shin, sei, kiyo.i, kiyo.maru, kiyo.meru) meaning "cleanse, exorcise, Manchu dynasty, pure, purify," 政 (shou, sei, matsurigoto, man) meaning "government, politics," 征 (sei) meaning "attack the rebellious, collect taxes, subjugate," 精 (shiyau, shou, sei, kiyo) meaning "energy, excellence, fairy, ghost, purity, refined, skill, vitality" or 晴 (sei, ha.rasu, ha.re, ha.re-, ha.reru, -ba.re) meaning "clear up" with 十 (ji', juu, ju', to, too) meaning "ten" or 重 (juu, chou, e, omo, omo.i, omo.ri, kasa.naru, kasa.neru) meaning "-fold, heap up, heavy, pile of boxes, pile up" and 郎 (ryou, rou, otoko) meaning "son."One bearer of this name was politician and Minister of Transport Seijūrō Arafune (荒舩 清十郎) (1907-1980). Fictional bearers of this name include Seijūrō Akashi (赤司 征十郎), leader of the Rakuzan High basketball team in manga and anime series Kuroko's Basket/Kuroko no Basuke, and Seijūrō Nanami (七海 征十郎) from Hiiragi Academy in the manga and anime series Ultimate Otaku Teacher.This name is rarely given to boys, if given at all.