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Japanese girl(female) nameJapanese unisex name Makise
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  • Gender:Female
  • Hiraganatip:まきせ
  • Katakanatip:マキセ
  • English transcriptiontip:Makise

Names and Meanings by Kanji - 2 variations

In Japanese, there is a culture of kanji which is a set of characters that originated from Chinese characters, and the meaning of the name changes according to the choice of kanji characters.
The more numerous variations of kanji, the more common name is in Japan. On the other hand, a name with very few variations in kanji is unique and rare to the Japanese.
For Makise, kanji choices are listed below, sorted by the total number of Good!

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牧瀬- Makise -

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means "pasture, grazing land."

  • To raise or keep livestock - This includes raising cattle, horses, and other animals.

  • Pasture - A place where livestock is kept in a free-range environment.

  • Official - A government official or local administrator.

  • To nurture - To teach and guide, such as raising animals.

Name ideas examples

  • Caring - This kanji conveys the idea of caring for something, which is a great sentiment to have for a baby. It implies that the parents will be devoted to providing love and support for their child.

  • Nurturing - This kanji also conveys the idea of nurturing something, which is a great sentiment to have for a baby. It implies that the parents will be devoted to providing guidance and support for their child.

  • Shepherd - This kanji can also be interpreted as a shepherd, which is a great sentiment to have for a baby. It implies that the parents will be devoted to providing protection and guidance for their child.

  • Protector - This kanji can also be interpreted as a protector, which is a great sentiment to have for a baby. It implies that the parents will be devoted to providing safety and security for their child.

  • Leader - This kanji can also be interpreted as a leader, which is a great sentiment to have for a baby. It implies that the parents will be devoted to providing direction and guidance for their child.

means "rapids, shallows, shoal."

  • Shallow water - A shallow part of a river or sea.

  • Rapids - A fast-flowing part of a river.

  • Position - A place, a refuge, a reliance, a time, a situation, or a case.

Name ideas examples

  • Shallow water - This kanji that symbolizes a calm and peaceful life, free from turbulence and danger.

  • Rapids - This kanji that symbolizes strength, courage, and determination.

  • Position - This kanji that symbolizes a secure and stable life, with a sense of belonging and purpose.

麻季世- Makise -

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means "hemp, flax, linen."

  • Numbness - A feeling of being unable to move or feel sensation.

  • Hemp - A plant of the Cannabis family, used for making rope, fabric, and paper.

  • Sesame - A plant of the Pedaliaceae family, used for making oil and condiments.

Name ideas examples

  • Strength - The plant fibers of hemp and sesame are strong and resilient, symbolizing strength and resilience in a person.

  • Wisdom - Hemp and sesame are used in traditional medicines, symbolizing wisdom and knowledge.

  • Protection - Hemp and sesame are used to make protective clothing and fabrics, symbolizing protection and safety.

means "season, period, time."

  • Season - Each of the four seasons (spring, summer, autumn, and winter) is divided into three months.

  • End of a season - The last month of each of the four seasons.

  • End of an era - The end of a period of time.

  • Youngest sibling - The youngest of a group of siblings, usually referred to as "伯・仲・叔・季" in order of age.

Name ideas examples

  • Season - This kanji is often used to refer to the four seasons of the year, spring, summer, autumn, and winter. It can be used to name a baby to represent the hope that the baby will grow up in a season of joy and happiness.

  • End of an Era - This kanji can also be used to refer to the end of an era or period of time. It can be used to name a baby to represent the hope that the baby will bring a new beginning and a fresh start.

  • Youngest Sibling - This kanji can also be used to refer to the youngest sibling in a family. It can be used to name a baby to represent the hope that the baby will be the youngest and most beloved member of the family.

  • Last Month of the Year - This kanji can also be used to refer to the last month of the year. It can be used to name a baby to represent the hope that the baby will bring a new year of joy and happiness.

means "world, society, generation."

  • Generation - The period of time from when one generation takes over the position from their parents until they pass it on to their children.

  • Era - A period of time in history.

  • Society - The world, the people and the environment around us.

  • Succession - The passing down of something from one generation to the next.

Name ideas examples

  • Generation - It implies that the baby is part of a larger family and will carry on the legacy of their ancestors.

  • Era - It implies that the baby will be part of a larger society and will be part of a larger movement.

  • Society - It implies that the baby will be part of a larger community and will be part of a larger culture.

  • Succession - It implies that the baby will be part of a larger family and will carry on the legacy of their ancestors.

  • Continuity - It implies that the baby will be part of a larger family and will carry on the legacy of their ancestors.

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