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This is a list of submitted names in which the person who added the name is ShioTanbo1.
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ADACHI f Japanese (Rare)
It has multiple combinations such as commonplace "Foot" or "Stand". This is more commonly a last name. It was ranked #15,827th of most used Japanese female names in 2016.
AIBING m & f Chinese
From Chinese 爱 (ài) meaning "love" combined with 兵 (bīng) meaning "weapon, army" or 冰 (bīng) "ice, iced", along with other character combinations that can form this name.
AIJIRO m Japanese (Rare)
From Japanese 藍 (ai) meaning "indigo" or 愛 (ai) meaning "love, affection", and 二 (ji) meaning "two" or 次 (ji) meaning "next, second", and 郎 (ro) meaning "son"... [more]
AIJIROU m Japanese (Rare)
Variant transcription of AIJIRO.
AIQING f Chinese
This name could be made with 爱 (Ai) meaning "Love, Affection" or 蔼 (Ai) meaning "Friendly, Lush" and 青 (Qing) meaning "Blue, Green, Young" or 清 (Qing) meaning "Clear, Clean, District, Quiet, the Dynasty, completely, thoroughly"... [more]
AIYAN f Chinese
From Chinese 蔼 (ai) meaning "friendly, lush", or 爱 (ai) meaning "love, affection" and 艳 (yan) meaning "beautiful, gorgeous" or 岩 (yan) meaning "rocks, cliff". Other hanzi combinations can form this name.
AKIFUSA m Japanese (Rare)
Aki means "bright","autumn","crystal ball","clear","rising sun",and possibly more. Fusa means "house,building,room". Manabe Akifusa was a daimyo in the Meiji period.
AKII f Japanese (Rare, Archaic)
Variant transcription of AKI (2) used during the Edo Period.
AKIRO m Japanese
Variant transcription of AKIROU.
AKITOMO m Japanese
AKI (2) means "Crystal, Clear", "Bright", "Obvious, Apparent" , "Autumn", "Rising Sun", etc. Tomo means "Wisdom, Knowledge", "Companion, Friend, Partner, Both, Company".
AKIYASU m Japanese
AKI (2) means "Autumn", "Morning Sun", "Clear, Crystal", "Sparkle", etc. YASU means "Peaceful, Thailand", "Cheap,Inexpensive", "Level, Smooth, Flat", and "Peace, Quiet" are examples of meanings too... [more]
ALCANOR m Ancient Greek (Latinized), Greek Mythology (Latinized)
Latinized form of ALKANOR. This name was borne by two characters from Greek mythology.
ALCATHOE f Greek Mythology (Latinized)
Latinized form of Greek Ἀλκαθόη (Alkathoê), which is derived from Greek αλκη (alke) "strength" and θοός (thoos) "swift, nimble"... [more]
ASAHINA f Japanese (Rare)
Combination of asa which by itself means "morning", and HINA, a popular name meaning "sunlight". Most commonly used as a surname, like in the case of popular character MIKURU Asahina in The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya light novel, manga, and anime... [more]
ASATARO m Japanese
Asa means "Morning", Ta means "Thick, Plump, Big Around", and Ro means "Son."
ASATAROU m Japanese
Variant transcription of ASATARO.
ATSUICHIRO m Japanese
Variant transcription of ATSUICHIROU.
ATSUJIRO m Japanese
Variant transcription of ATSUJIROU.
ATSURO m Japanese
Variant transcription of ATSUROU.
ATSUTARO m Japanese
Variant transcription of ATSUROU.
ATSUYOSHI m Japanese
Atsu means "Warm, Deep, Sincere, Honest, True, Industry, Kindliness, Cordial, Heavy, Thick, Shameless, Brazen, Deliberate, Serious, Fervant" and Yoshi means "Good Luck, Fortune, Righteous, Virtuous, Respectable".
BAKU m Japanese (Rare), Japanese Mythology
The "Eater of Nightmares (a lion-headed ghost)" in Japanese Mythology. If you call for him, he will eat away your nightmares. It can also refer to a "Tapir", for its appearance. I've heard that in the Japanese language, Baku means "Command Esteem", "Receive or Gain", or "Win Acclaim".
BENJIROU m Japanese (Rare)
Variant transcription of Benjiro.
BING f & m Chinese
冰 (Bing) is often written with the character meaning "Ice, Cold", but other hanzi are possible.
BINGBING f & m Chinese
From Chinese 冰 (bīng) meaning "ice, cold" combined with itself, as well as other character combinations that can form this name.
BINGCHUN f & m Chinese
This name can be combined with 冰 (Bing) meaning "Cold, Ice", and 春 (Chun) meaning "season of springtime", or 纯 (Chun) meaning "Purity, Pure, Unmixed, Skillful, Genuine, Simple, Practiced". Sources are in the notes.
BINGLIANG f & m Chinese
This name can be made up of 冰 (Bing) meant "Ice, Cold" and 梁 (Liang) means "Beam, Elevation, Bridge, Mast".
BINGLING f & m Chinese
冰 (Bing) means "Ice, Cold" while 灵 (Ling) means "Soul, Spirit" or 铃 ... [more]
BINGYAN f & m Chinese
This name is a combination of 冰 (Bing) meaning "Cold, Ice" and 艳 (Yan) meaning "Gorgeous, Beautiful" (usually for girls), or 岩 (Yan) meaning "Cliff, Rocks" (usually for boys). Other hanzi combinations are possible.
BINGYI f & m Chinese
Bing means "Ice, Cold" and Yi means "Righteousness, Justice, Benefit, Profit, Proper, Suitable, Decisive, Resolute, Firm, (these four are mainly feminine) "Harmony, Joy, Ceremony, Rites."
BINGYUN f & m Chinese
This name is a combination of 冰/氷 (Bing) meaning "Cold, Ice", and 允 (Yun) meaning "Consent, Allow", possibly 运 (Yun) meaning "Conveyance, Transportation, Luck, Haul, Carriage, Fortune, Traffic, Ship", or 云 (Yun) meaning "Cloud"... [more]
BRIXLEY m & f English (Modern)
Popular prefix "Brix" and suffix "Ley".
BUICHIRO m Japanese
Variant transcription as BUICHIROU.
BUNGO m Japanese
Variant transcription of BUNGOU.
BUTARO m Japanese
Variant transcription of BUTAROU.
CHIASA f Japanese (Rare)
This name means One Thousand Mornings : Chi means "One Thousand" and Asa means "Morning".
CHIICHIRO m Japanese
Variant transcription of CHIICHIROU.
CHIMON m Japanese (Rare)
知 (Chi) means "Wisdom, Knowledge" or you can use 千 (Chi) "One Thousand" and 門 (Mon) means "Gate".
CHIORI f Japanese (Rare)
From Japanese 千 (chi) meaning "one thousand" and 織 (ori) meaning "cloth, weaving". Other kanji combinations are possible as well.
CHISHO m Japanese
Variant transcription of CHISHOU.
CHISO m Japanese
Variant transcription of CHISOU.
CHIYOMI f Japanese
千 (Chi) means "A Thousand" and 世 (Yo) means "World" and 代 (Yo) means "Generation, Age, Replace, Change, Substitute" and Mi means "Beauty".
CHIYONE f Japanese
This name is made of 千 (Chi) meaning "Thousand", 世 (Yo) meaning "World", or 代 (Yo) meaning "Generation, Age, Replace, Substitute, Period", with 音 (Ne) meaning "Sound, Noise".
CHIYOSUKE m Japanese (Rare)
千代 (Chiyo) means "A Thousand Generations", and 輔, 助, 介 (Suke) means "Help, Herald, Mediate, Rescue, Save, Care For". Other kanji combinations be used.
CHIYU m Japanese
Variant transcription of CHIYUU.
CHIZU f Japanese (Modern, Rare)
Variant transcription of CHIDZU.
CHOEI m Japanese
Variant transcription of CHOUEI.
CHOICHI m Japanese
Variant transcription of CHOUICHI.
CHONOSUKE m Japanese
Variant transcription of CHOUNOSUKE.
CHOSUKE m Japanese (Rare)
Variant transcription of CHOUSUKE.
CHOUSUKE m Japanese (Rare)
This is an uncommon Japanese name for males. 猪 (Chou) means "Boar". 輔、介, 助 (Suke) all nearly mean the same thing, "Aid, Help, Rescue, Save, Assist, Herald" etc. There are many possibilities regarding kanji for this name, this a short summary is all.
CHUNLING f & m Chinese
春 (Chun) meaning "Season of Springtime" or 纯 (Chun) meaning "Pure, Simple, Purity, Genuine, Practiced, Skillful, Unmixed", plus 灵 (Ling) meaning "Spirit, Soul" or 铃 (Ling) meaning "Bell, Chime".
CHUNYING f & m Chinese
From Chinese 纯 (chún) meaning "pure, clean", 春 (chūn) meaning "spring" or "vitality, liveliness", or 淳 (chún) meaning "thick" or "honest" combined with 莹 (yíng) "bright, clear" or 鹰 (yīng) "eagle, falcon", as well as other character combinations that can form this name.
DAIJIROU m Japanese
Variant transcription of DAIJIRO.
DAIRO m Japanese
Variant transcription of DAIROU.
DELIANG m Chinese
From Chinese 德 (dé) meaning "virtue, benevolence, kindness" combined with 良 (liáng) meaning "good" or 亮 (liàng) meaning "bright, brilliant, radiant", as well as other character combinations.
DENASIA f African American
Possibly an alteration of Asia.
DERRENCE m English (Rare)
It seems like a variation of DERREN with the same suffix that's present in CLARENCE.
DOHRI m Japanese (Rare)
Variant transcription of DOORI.
DOI f & m Japanese (Rare)
This means the same thing as the Japanese last name Doi that I submitted, "Earth Well" or "Inhabited Well", although, other kanji are possible too. It can also be written with hiragana.
DOMU m Japanese
Variant transcription of DOUMU.
DORI m Japanese (Rare)
Variant transcription of DOORI.
DUGGIE m English
variant of Dougie
EASTMAN m English
from the surname
EIGOU m Japanese
Variant transcription of EIGO.
EIICHIRO m Japanese
Variant transcription of EIICHIROU.
EIJIRO m Japanese
Variant of EIJIROU.
EISEI m Japanese (Rare)
Ei means "Honour, Glory, Flourish, Prosper", "Sparkle of Jewelry, Crystal Ball", "Calyx, England, Outstanding, Hero, English", "Lengthy, Long, Eternity, Everlasting", "Excellent, Outstanding", etc. Sei means "Dot, Star, Mark, Spot", "Become, Turn Into, Reach, Elapse, Get, Grow" "Life, Genuine, Birth", or "Holy, Master, Priest, Sage, Saint".
EN'ICHIRO m Japanese
Variant transcription of EN'ICHIROU.
ETSURO m Japanese
Variant transcription of ETSUROU.
FANGQING f Chinese
This name is made up 芳 (Fang) meaning "Beautiful, Virtuous, Fragrance" or 方 (Fang) meaning "Square, Direction, Way, Region, Locality, Involution, Power, At the time when, Just", plus 清 (Qing) meaning "Clear, Clean, Distinct, Quiet, the Dynasty, Thoroughly, Completely", or 青 (Qing) meaning "Green, Blue, Young"... [more]
FUDO m Japanese (Rare), Japanese Mythology
This is the god of fire and wisdom in Japanese mythology, and it has also become a rare name for males.
FUKUICHIRO m Japanese
Variant transcription of FUKUICHIROU.
FUMIICHIRO m Japanese
Variant transcription of FUMIICHIROU.
FUMIJIRO m Japanese
Variant transcription of FUMIJIROU.
FURI f Japanese (Archaic)
振り (Furi) refers to "Fluttering Sleeves". During the 17th century, they were seen as fashionable, but it died out by the end of the century, explaining why the name became obslete.
FUSA f & m Japanese (Rare)
Fusa for girls means "Helpful Woman". For males it means "House,Room or Building". This name is more often given to girls if any given the name at all,explaining why most people think it's only a girl's name.
FUYO f & m Japanese (Rare)
Variant of FUUYOU.
FUYOU f Japanese
Variant transcription of FUUYOU.
FUYUICHIRO m Japanese
Variant transcription of FUYUICHIROU.
GOKI m Japanese
Variant transcription of GOUKI.
HAMAE f Japanese
Hama means "Coast, Seashore, Beach" and E can mean "Picture, Drawing, Painting, Sketch, Blessing, Kindness, Branch, Twig, Grace," etc.
HAMPEI m Japanese (Rare)
Variant transcription of HANPEI.
HAMPEITA m Japanese (Rare)
Variant transcription of HANPEITA.
HANPEI m Japanese (Rare)
Han means "Odd Number, Part, Semi-, Half, Middle" and Pei means "Peace, Level, Flat, Even". My source is HANPEITA and a computer scientist named Hanpei Koike.
HARUMICHI m Japanese
"Spring path."
HATSUYO f Japanese
Hatsu means "Beginning, First Time" and Yo means "Age, Replace, Generation, Change, Substitute, World".
HEIZO m Japanese
Hei means "Army, Soldier, Warfare, Tactics, Private, Troops, Strategy, Flat, Even, Peace" and Zo means "Three, Storehouse, Own, Possess, Create, Build".
HEIZOU m Japanese
Variant transcription of HEIZO.
HIDENOBU m Japanese
NOBU means "Trust, Believe" and "Stretch/Prolong" and HIDE means "Excellent,Fine". So, Hidenobu could literally mean "Trusting Excellence"... [more]
HIDERO m Japanese
Variant transcription of HIDEROU.
HIDETOSHI m Japanese
Hide means "Fine/Excellent" and Toshi means "Ancient,Valued", "Alert,Focused", "Mirror Image". "Excellent Value", and "Focused" are possible meanings for this name. Hidetoshi Nakayama is a knife maker & netsuke artist... [more]
HIRONOBU m Japanese
Hiro can mean "Widespread,Broad", "Ocean", "Abundance", "Generous,Tolerant", or "Prosperous" + Nobu meaning "Stretch,Prolong" or "Trust". So,it could mean "Broad Stretch", "Prosperous Stretch", & so on... [more]
HIROTSUGU m Japanese
Hiro means "Broad", "Generous" or "Prosperous"; Tsugu means "Acquiescent" , "Rank Next,Asia", "Order,Sequence" or "Help,Rescue".
HISAKA f Japanese
Hisa means "Longevity, One's Natural Life, Congratulations, Long Time Ago, Old Story" and Ka means "Flower, Blossom, Fragrance, Good, Beautiful". Other meanings are possible.
HISAKAZU m Japanese
Hisa means "Long time, Old Story" and Kazu means "One" or "Peace".
HISAMITSU m Japanese
Hisa (久)"Long lasting, Long time ago, Old Story" while Mitsu (光) means "Light, Radiance" makes up this name.
HIZASHI m Japanese (Rare)
Hi means "Sun" and Zashi means "Rays (of Light)",so thus name means "Sunlight,Sun Rays". This is of the fictional character from Naruto and Hizashi Tamara, a voice actor.
HONGMIN f Chinese
This name is made of 红 (Hong) meaning "Red", 虹 (Hong) meaning "Rainbow" 鸿 (Hong) meaning "Wild Swan, Vast, Great", or 弘 (Hong) meaning "Expand, Great, Enlarge", combined with 民 (Min) meaning "Citizens, People" or 敏 (Min) meaning "Sharp, Clever, Quick"... [more]
ICHIZO m Japanese
Variant transcription of ICHIZOU.
IMA f Japanese (Rare, Archaic)
今 (Ima) literally means "Now, Present Time" in Japanese. This was a common name in the Edo Period, but since then has scarcely happened.
INEJIRO m Japanese
Variant transcription of INEJIROU.
INUKO f Japanese (Rare)
Inu means "Dog" and Ko means "Child". This name is rarely heard of, and is probably written in the hiragana system more often than not.
IWAE f & m Japanese (Rare)
Iwa means "Stone, Rock" and E means "Blessing, Favor, Grace, Kindness, Benefit". A notable bearer is Iwae Arai (male), who is an actor.
JAELAN m & f English (Modern)
A variant of JAYLEN. A notable bearer is Jaelan Phillips, a footballer.
JAELIN m & f English (Modern)
Variant of JAYLEN.
JHAREL m African American
Variant of Jerrell.
JIBBIE m & f English
variant of jibby
JIBBY m & f English
nickname or diminutive for various names that do not necessarily have a j in them, it might be a variant of jimmy
JINBING m & f Chinese
This name is a combination of 锦 (Jin) meaning "Embroidered, Tapestry, Brocade", 金 (Jin) meaning "Gold, Money, Metal", or 津 (Jin) meaning "Ferry", along with 冰 (Bing) meaning "Ice, Cold". Other hanzi are possible to form this name.
JINLIANG m Chinese
From Chinese 晋 (jìn) meaning "to advance, to increase" or 金 (jīn) meaning "metal, gold" combined with 良 (liáng) meaning "good", as well as other character combinations that can form this name.
JITARO m Japanese
Variant transcription of JITAROU.
JOSUKE m Popular Culture, Japanese (Rare)
I'm not sure if this is used in Japan or not, but there is Josuke Higashikata from JoJo's Bizarre Adventure, creating the phrase "Josuke Pompadour" due to his popularity and or hairstyle.
JUNRI f & m Japanese (Modern, Rare)
See Jun. Ri has a lot of probable kanji: "Benefit, Gain, Profit", "Village", "Logic,Reason", "White Jasmine", "Pear Tree", "Plum", or "Gem". An example of this name's existence is Junri Namigata... [more]
JUNRO m Japanese (Rare)
Jun means "Obedient", "Falcon" or "Pure". Ro means "Son".
KAEGAN f & m English (Modern, Rare)
Combination of Kay and KEAGAN.
KANZO m Japanese
Variant transcription of KANZOU.
KATSUICHI m Japanese
Katsu means "Victory" and Ichi means "One", often referring to someone's "First Son". In conclusion, this name means, "Victorious Son", although indirectly.
KATSUICHIRO m Japanese
This name is often consisted of three characters, Katsu, "Victory", Ichi, "One", and Ro, "Son". This name directly means "Victorious First Son". Variant transcription of KATSUICHIROU
KATSUICHIROU m Japanese
From Japanese 勝 (katsu) meaning "victory", 一 (ichi) meaning "one" combined 郎 (rou) meaning "son". This name literally translates to "Victorious first son". Other kanji combinations can form this name as well... [more]
KATSUNOBU m Japanese
Katsu means "Victory". Nobu means "stretch, prolong" or "faith, trust".
KATSUTAKA m Japanese
Katsu means "Victory, Wins" and Taka means "Hawk", "Filial Piety (respect for elders, ancestors, parents)", "Tall, High, Expensive", "Noble, Prosperous". A notable bearer is Katsutaka Idogawa, a Japanese politician.
KATSUYO f Japanese
Katsu means "Victory" and Yo means "World, Generation, Period, Substitute, Change, Age, Replace."
KATSUYUKI m Japanese
Katsu means "Victory, Wins". Yuki can mean "Snow", "Happiness", or "Row, Line".
KATSUZO m Japanese (Rare)
Katsu means "Victory" and Zo means "Three", or "Own, Storehouse, Possess".
KATSUZOU m Japanese (Rare)
Variant transcription of KATSUZO.
KAZUMITSU m Japanese
Kazu means "One", Mitsu means "Light", it could mean "First Light" or "One Light".
KAZUNOBU m Japanese
Kazu means "Harmony, peace" or "One". Nobu means "Prolong, stretch" or "Trust, faith".
KAZUNORI m Japanese
Kazu means "Soften, Harmony, Peace, Japanese Style" and Nori means "Ceremony, Rites, Law, Rule".
KEIICHIRO m Japanese
Same as KEIICHIROU, different variation.
KEIZO m Japanese
Variant transcription of KEIZOU.
KICHIZO m Japanese (Rare)
吉 (Kichi) means "Lucky, Fortunate" and 三 (Zou) means "Three". It can be pronounced "YOSHIZO" as well.
KICHIZOU m Japanese (Rare)
Variant of Kichizo and can be pronounced "YOSHIZO".
KIHO f & m African
Multiple sources have stated that the name Kiho is of African origin and means "Fog".
KIKYOU f Japanese (Rare)
Variant transcription of Kikyo.
KIMBY f English
diminutive of Kimberly
KIMIHIKO m Japanese
Kimi means "Noble" and Hiko means "Prince".
KINPEI m Japanese
Kin means "Gold, Brocade, Revere, Respect, Rejoice, Pleasure" and Pei means "Army, Soldier, Troops, Tactics, Private, Warfare, Strategy, Flat, Peace, Even".
KINUYO f Japanese
絹 (Kinu) means "Silk", while 代 (Yo) can mean "Replace, Change, Substitute, Age, Generation, World, Period". Two notable bearers are Kinuyo Yamashita and Kinuyo Tanaka. Tanaka is a director and actress; Yamashita ia a composer of video games.
KIRINO f Japanese, Popular Culture
Kiri means "Paulownia" and No , is a possessive particle, so this name would mean " My Paulownia " or "Of Paulownia", depending on how you perceive it. As you may realize, this name isn't just found everywhere, but it belonged to a main the character in the Oreimo series.
KIYOE f Japanese
Kiyo means "Clear, Pure, Clean, Exorcise, Purify, "Holy", "Vigour, Refined, Energy, Spirit", and E means "Picture, Painting, Drawing, Sketch", "Blessing, Favour, Benefit, Grace, Kindness", and "Twig, Branch".
KIYOHARU m Japanese
This is a mix of Kiyo and Haru. It written as (Kiyo) 清 "Pure and Clean", or (Kiyo) 精 "Energy, Vigour" and (Haru) 春 mainly means "Spring", (Haru) ... [more]
KIYONOBU m Japanese
This name can be made with (Kiyo) 清 "Clean, Pure" or (Kiyo) 精 "Vigour, Energy, Spirit", with (Nobu) 伸/延 "Prolong, Lenghten, Stretch, Grow, Extend", (Nobu) 信 "Believe, Faith, Trust", or (Nobu) 進 "Move on, Advance, Make Progress".
KOI f Japanese (Rare)
Koi means "Love, Affection, Yearn For," similarly to Ai, but it mostly refers to "Romantic, Passionate" love, rather than compassionate love. This is rarely used at all, my source is in the notes.
KOIKO f Japanese (Rare)
Koi means "Affection, Love, Yearn For" and Ko means "Child". Koi can also mean carp, but it's not a likely kanji decision.
KOJU m Japanese (Rare)
Ko means "Small" or it could be a variant of "Kou" meaning "Peace,Light " and Ju means "Ten".
KOJŪRŌ m Japanese (Rare)
Ko ("Small") + Ju ("Ten") + Ro ("Son") = " Small Tenth Son ". "Juro" names are less frequent in the Japanese language.
KOJUROU m Japanese (Rare)
Variant transcription of Kojuro.
KOJUURO m Japanese (Rare)
Variant transcription of Kojuro.
KOKEN f & m Japanese (Rare, Archaic)
A name beared by an empress of Japan. If it used modernly, it is more likely to be used for boys, as Ken is a male name.
KOME f Japanese (Rare)
This is another pronunciation of the kanji meaning "Rice". Therefore, it is the same "YONE".
KOSEI m Japanese
Variant transcription of KOUSEI.
KOTONOHA f Popular Culture
This is a yandere character from the mature visual novel and adapted anime, "School Days".
KUWAKO f Japanese (Rare)
Kuwa means "Mulberry Tree" and Ko means "Child, Lake, Barbarian, Foreign, Rat: 1st sign of Chinese Zodiac."
KYOHEI m Japanese
This is simply a variant of KYOUHEI. Fictional characters: Kyohei Kadota from Durarara!! and Kyohei Takano from Wallflower.
KYOTAROU m Japanese
Variant transcription of Kyotaro.
KYOUTARO m Japanese
Variant transcription of Kyotaro.
KYOUTAROU m Japanese
Variant transcription of Kyotaro.
LIANGBING m & f Chinese
This name is a combination of 梁 (Liang) meaning "Mast, Bridge, Elevation, Beam", or 良 (Liang) meaning "Beautiful, Good, Auspicious", and 冰 (Bing) meaning "Ice, Cold".Other combinations are possible.
LIANGLIANG f Chinese
This name can be made with 梁 (Liang) meaning "Elevation, Mast, Bridge, Beam", possibly added to 良 (Liang) meaning "Auspicious, Beautiful, Good". Otherwise, the two symbols, or any others could be written twice.
LIANGLING f & m Chinese
This name is a compound of the names 梁 (Liang) meaning "Elevation, Bridge, Beam, Mast", 亮 (Liang) meaning "Radiant, Bright, Brilliant, Light", 凉 (Liang) meaning "Refreshing, Cool", or 良 (Liang) meaning "Virtuous, Auspicious, Beautiful, Respectable, Good", and 灵 (Ling) meaning "Spirit, Soul", 铃 (Ling) meaning "Bell, Chime", 鈴 (Ling) meaning "Boll, Small Bell, Bud", or 綾 (Ling) meaning "Damask, Thin Silk".
LIANGYAN m & f Chinese
LIANG means "elevation,beam,mast,bridge" and Yan can mean "beautiful, gorgeous" and "rocks,cliff".
LINGLING f Chinese
This name is made up of 铃 (Ling) meaning "Chime, Bell", 鈴 (Ling) meaning "Small Bell, Bud", 灵 (Ling) meaning "Spirit, Soul", or 綾 (Ling) meaning "Thin Silk, Damask". Any of these characters,and more, could be written twice, or combined.
LINGYAN f & m Chinese
This name could be formed with 灵 (Ling) meaning "Soul, Spirit", 铃 (Ling) meaning "Chime, Bell", 鈴 (Ling) "Small Bell, Bud, Boll", and possibly 綾 (Ling) meaning "Damask, Thin Silk" (likely feminine), plus 艳 (Yan) meaning "Gorgeous, Beautiful" (often feminine) or 岩 (Yan) meaning "rocks, cliff", and other characters are possible, that are pronounced in the same fashion... [more]
MAKA f Popular Culture
This is the lead protagonist of the manga and anime series Soul Eater. Her name is written in katakana (the Japanese foreign word writing system), so it has no meaning whatsoever. As a word though, maka means "to scatter, sprinkle, or sow seeds" in Japanese (which has nothing to do with her as far as I know).
MAMIZU f Japanese (Rare)
Ma means "Genuine, Real" and Mizu means "Water". There's also Ma: "Flax", Mi: "Beauty", Zu: "Stork, Crane", but it's not likely.
MANABE m Japanese (Rare)
It could've came from the surname MANABE, that probably means "Truth Pot/Saucepan" & other kanji.
MANAKO f Japanese (Rare), Popular Culture
This could be a combination of Ma meaning "Genuine, Real, True" and Na meaning "Side dish, Vegetable" or it could be made with Mana meaning "Love", and Ko at the end meaning "Child". There are other possible kanji too, the ones I mentioned are generic and more likely to be used than others... [more]
MANSUKE m Japanese
Man means "Full, Satisfy, Fulfill, Ten Thousand" ans Suke means "Help, Assist, Shellfish, Concern Oneself With, Jammed in, Mediate".
MANZŌ m Japanese
This name can be used to combine 万 (outdated variant, 萬) (ban, man, yorozu) meaning "ten thousand" or 満 (outdated variant, 滿) (ban, man, mi.tasu, mi.chiru, mi.tsu) meaning "full, fulfill, satisfy" with 蔵 (sou, zou, osa.meru, kaku.reru, kura) meaning "own, possess, storehouse," or 三 (san, zou, mi, mi'.tsu, mi.tsu) meaning "three" or 造 (zou, tsuku.ri, tsuku.ru, -dzuku.ri) meaning "create, build."... [more]
MANZOU m Japanese (Rare)
Variant transcription of Manzo.
MARUYO f Japanese
Maru means "Curl Up, Round, Circle, Perfection, Roll, Full," and Yo means "World, Replace Age, Substitute, Generation, Period."
MASATARO m Japanese
Masa means "Proper, Eight, Become", Ta means "Big Around, Plump, Thick", Ro means "Son."
MASATAROU m Japanese
Variant transcription of MASATARO.
MASUJIRO m Japanese
Masu means "Benefit, Profit", Ji means "Two", Ro means "Son". "Beneficial Second Son", would be the interpreted meaning, in that case.
MASUZU f Popular Culture, Japanese
Masuzu Natsukawa is a female character in 'Oreshura' or 'My Girlfriend and Childhood Friend Fight Too Much' in English. The kanji in her name could be perceived as "Genuinely Refreshing", or "Sincerely Cool"... [more]
MEGUMIN f Japanese, Popular Culture
This is the pet name, or nickname version of MEGUMI. Usually. But for a fictional character from KonoSuba, this is her actual name. Because this has a usual Japanese nickname formation, this is written in the hiragana system, rather than the kanji... [more]
MEIMEI f Chinese
From Chinese 美 (měi) meaning "beautiful" combined with itself, as well as other character combinations that can form this name.
MI f Japanese (Rare)
Mi means "Beuaty". This is rarely ever by itself, it is often a particle for other names such as YUMI, or MIO for example. Many Japanese female names have this kanji in it, or this sound.
MIORI f Japanese
美 (Mi) means "Beuaty" and 織 (Ori) means "Cloth, Weaving", or implies you're weaving something. It could be perceived as "Beautifully Woven" and such. Other combinations of kanji are possible.
MITSUHEI m Japanese
Mitsu means "Light, Three" and Hei means "Even, Peace, Flat, Army, Warfare, Troops, Tactics, Strategy, Soldier"
MITSUHITO m Japanese
Mitsu means "Radiance, Light" and Hito means "Person", "Chronicle, History", "One", or "Benevolence" with different kanji.
MITSUKAZU m Japanese
Mitsu means "Brightness", and Kazu means "One", commonly used to refer to someone "First Son".
MITSUNORI m Japanese
It means "Law of Light", if written standardly.
MITSURO m Japanese
Mitsu means "Light" and Ro means "Son", in conclusion this name means "Son of the Light".
MITSUROU m Japanese
Variant transcription of MITSURO.
MITSUYUKI m Japanese
Mitsu (光) "Light" and Yuki (雪) "Snow" or Yuki (幸) "Happiness".
MIZORE f Japanese (Modern, Rare), Popular Culture
This name can be used as 霙 (ei, you, mizore) meaning "sleet" (in other words, a mixture of snow and rain), though, as a name, it's more likely to be written phonetically.... [more]
MIZUE f Japanese
"Felicitous Omen, Auspicious, Water" and E means "Grace, Kindness, Blessing, Favour, Branch, Bough, Twig, Sketch, Drawing, Painting, Picture, Bay, Inlet."
MIZUYO f Japanese
Mizu means "Auspicious, Felicitous Omen, Water" and Yo means "Change, Replace, Generation, Age, Period, Substitute, World."
MON f Japanese (Rare)
"Gateway". This is usually in masculine names like UMON or CHIMON.
MOTO f Japanese (Rare)
It means "origin". This is probably archaic.
MOTOHIRO m Japanese
This name is made up of 元/本 (Moto) meaning "Source, Origin, Root", and 大 (Hiro) meaning "Big, Great", 博 (Hiro) meaning "Esteem, Command", 広 (Hiro) meaning "Broad, Wide, Vast", or 裕 (Hiro) meaning "Abundant"... [more]
MOTOYUKI m Japanese
元 or 本 (moto) means "Origin" and 雪 (yuki) means "Snow". This name could generally mean "Origin of Snow", but other kanji are possible.
MUGIKO f Japanese (Modern, Rare)
Mugi means "Wheat" and Ko means "Child, Rat: 1st Sign of The Chinese Zodiac."
MUME f Japanese (Archaic)
This is how the Japanese pronounced "UME" meaning "Plum" during the Edo Period (about, through the 1600's to 1700's).
MURAKO f Japanese
Mura means "Village, Hamlet, Town" and Ko means "Barbarian, Foreign,Child, Sign of the Rat, 1st in Chinese Zodiac, Lake."
NAGARU m Japanese (Modern, Rare), Popular Culture
Nagaru is a classic Japanese verb that means " To Flow ", nowadays the verb is pronounced "nagaeru". Nagaru Tanigawa is the author of the Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya series.
NAMIYO f Japanese
Na means "Nara, Apple Tree, Vegetables, Greens", and Yo means "Generation, Age, Period, Replace, Substitute, Change, World."
NAOFUMI m Japanese
This name is made up of (NAO) 尚 "Yet, Esteem, Still", (Nao) 有 "Exist, Happen, Posess", (Nao) 順 " Docility, Obeying" with (Fumi) 文 "Sentence", (Fumi) 史 "History", or (Fumi) 典 "Ceremony, Law, Rule".... [more]
NIJI f & m Indian
Means "color".
NIWA f Japanese (Rare)
Niwa means "Garden" or "Yard". This name was well heard of in the Edo Period, but ever since then it hasn't seemed to pop up.
NOBUHIRO m Japanese
Nobu means "Prolong, stretch" or "Faith, trust" while Hiro can mean "Broad, widespread", "Generous, tolerant", "Prosperous", "Search, seek", "Big, great", "Command, esteem", "Ocean", "Abundant", etc.
NOBUKATSU m Japanese
Nobu means "prolong, stretch" and katsu means "faith, trust".
NOBUKAZU m Japanese
From Japanese 延 (nobu) meaning "prolong, stretch" or 伸 (nobu) meaning "extend, stretch, open" combined with 和 (kazu) meaning "harmony, peace". Other kanji combinations are also possible.
NOBUMITSU m Japanese
Nobu means "Trust,believe,faith" and "Stretch,Prolong".
NOBUYASU m Japanese
This name can be made up with 延/伸 (Nobu) meaning "Stretch, Prolong, Extend", or 信 (Nobu) meaning "Trust, Faith, Believe", and 康 (Yasu) meaning "Peaceful", 泰 (Yasu) meaning "Thailand, Peaceful", or 安 (Yasu) meaning "Relax, Rested, Cheap, Low"... [more]
NOBUYOSHI m Japanese
Nobu means "Stretch, Prolong", and "Trust, Faith, Believe" and Yoshi means "Righteous", "Good, Excellent", "Lucky, Fortunate", "Fond, Like", etc.
NORIMI f Japanese (Rare)
Nori means "Law, Rule, Ceremony" and "Rites". Mi often means "Beauty", but it also could mean "Fruit, Seed, Truth, Reality" or "Oneself".
NORIMITSU m Japanese
Nori means "Law" and Mitsu means "Light", so this name could mean "Law of Light".
NORITAKA m Japanese
Nori can mean: "Ceremony, rites", "Rule,law", and Taka can mean several things with different kanji: "Hawk", "Noble,prosperity,high,hump", "Far,high,tall,expensive", "Child's respect, filial piety"... [more]
NORIYASU m Japanese
Nori means "Rule,Ceremony,Rites" and "Law". Yasu means a lot different things: "Peace, quiet, cheap, inexpensive", "flat, smooth, even, level", "calm, Thailand, ease", "bring or grow up, raise, rear", and others.
OZURU m Japanese (Modern, Rare)
O: "Big, Great" + Zuru "Crane/ Stork".
PAYTEN f English
Variant of PEYTON.
PLATT m English
Transferred use of the surname PLATT.
QINGCHUN f Chinese
QING means "young,blue,green" and CHUN means "season of spring".
RAEMOND m English (Rare)
This is possibly modern, and as is a variant of RAYMOND.
RAION m Japanese (Modern, Rare)
Raion was influenced by LION and/or the name RYAN. This is also a common name for a Japanese pet cat.
REKI m Japanese
The name of the author who wrote Sword Art Online, The Isolator, and Accel World.
RICA f Japanese (Rare)
This a variant transcription of RIKA. Rika Matsumoto's first name is sometimes spelled like this. She is an actress, voice atress, and J-pop singer.
RIKIO m & f Japanese
This name can be used to combine 力 (rii, riki, ryoku, chikara) meaning "bear up, exert, power, strain, strength, strong" with 男 (dan, nan, o, otoko) meaning "man, male," 雄 (yuu, o-, osu, on) meaning "male, masculine," 夫 (fu, fuu, bu, otto, sore, o) meaning "husband, man" or 生 (shou, sei, i.kiru, i.keru, -u, u.mare, o.u, ki, na.ru, ha.eru) meaning "birth, genuine, life."... [more]
RIKIWO m & f Japanese
A form of RIKIO.
RIKUEI m Japanese (Rare)
Riku means "Land" and Ei means "Protection, Defense, Long, Lengthy, Everlasting, Eternity, Crystal, Sparkle of Jewelry, ... [more]
RINI f Japanese (Rare)
Rini means "Little Bunny". Also,Ri means "Jasmine","Reason/Logic",or "Village". The Ni part could be a variation or short form for the Japanese word "Niji" meaning "Rainbow".
RIRICHIYO f Japanese, Popular Culture
To some things up,if this name were used in real life, this would be a mix of RIRI of CHIYO. This the name of a character from Inu x Boku.
RURICHIYO f Japanese, Popular Culture
To sum things up, this name is a combination of 瑠璃 (RURI) meaning "Lapis Lazuli", and 千代 (CHIYO) meaning "A Thousand Generations"... [more]
RYONOSUKE m Japanese
Variant transcription of RYOUNOSUKE.
RYOTO m Japanese
Variant of RYOUTO.
RYOUHEI m Japanese
Variant transcription of RYOHEI.
RYOUTARO m Japanese
Variant transcription of RYŌTARŌ.
RYOUZO m Japanese
The same as RYOZO.
RYOUZOU m Japanese
Variant transcription of RYOZO.
RYOZO m Japanese
Ryo ("Excellent"), ("Cool, Refreshing") , ("Clear, Help"), ("Dragon"), ("Platinum, Silver"), or ("Reality, Understand") + Zo ("Three"), ("Storehouse"), or ("Create, Build"). It is similar to HANZO or RYOTA.
RYOZOU m Japanese
A variant transcription of RYOZO, Ryouzo, and Ryouzou. The meaning is where Ryozo is, all of these have been submitted.
RYUHIKO m Japanese (Rare)
Ryuhiko is a compound of Japanese ryu meaning "dragon" and hiko meaning "prince".
RYUHITO m Japanese (Rare)
Ryu means "Dragon", and Hito literally means "person". "Dragon Person" is the meaning of this name.
RYUKI m Japanese
Variant transcription of RYUUKI.
RYUUHEI m Japanese
Variant transcription of Ryuhei.
RYUUSEI m Japanese
Variant transcription of Ryusei.
RYUUTO m Japanese
Variant of Ryuto.
SACHIO m Japanese
Sachi means "Bliss" and O means "Hero,Manly" or "Son" with different kanji. Notable bearers are Sachio Kinugasa, a former footballer, Sachio Sakai, who was an actor, and there are many other Sachio's out there... [more]
SADAO m Japanese
SADA means "Perfect, End, Completion", "Righteousness, Constancy, Upright, Chastity", and "Establish, Decide, Determine, Fix" and O means "Male, Hero, Manly, Husband".
SAKAKO f Japanese
Sa can mean "Small, Little, Gossomer, Gauze, Bloom, Cherry (Blossom) Tree, Sand, Paint, Colouring", Ka can mean "Flower, Fragrance, Beautiful, Good," and Ko means "Child, Barbarian, Foreign, Lake, Rat: First Sign of the Chinese Zodiac."
SANO m Japanese (Rare)
Sa means "small" and No means "field,wilderness,meadow". It is more commonly a last name.
SHIDEN m Japanese
A famous bearer is Shiden Kanzaki, a novelist.
SHIGEMICHI m Japanese
Shige means "Luxuriant" or "Become" and Michi means "Pathway, Road". Notable bearers are Shigemichi Sugita, a director and producer, and fictional character Shigemichi Kumai from Shokugeki no Soma.
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