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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 Musumi, kanji choices are listed below, sorted by the total number of Good!
夢 means "dream, vision, illusion."
Dream - Something seen while sleeping.
Fleeting - Something fleeting like a dream.
Dark - Unclear and not obvious.
純 means "pure, genuine, unmixed."
Pure - Unmixed, without adulteration, free from deceit or corruption, unadorned.
Solely - Exclusively, single-mindedly.
Splendid - Beautiful, good, great.
Bond - Connection, relationship.
Wrap - Envelop, bundle.
撫 means "to stroke, to caress."
Stroke - To gently caress with the palm of the hand.
Comfort - To soothe and calm.
Tap - To lightly hit or strike.
Comfort - This kanji conveys the idea of providing comfort and reassurance to someone, which is a perfect sentiment to give to a newborn baby.
Pat - The kanji also suggests the idea of patting or stroking someone, which is a gentle and loving gesture that is often used to show affection to a baby.
Calm - The kanji also implies the idea of calming someone down, which is a great sentiment to give to a newborn baby.
Nurture - The kanji also suggests the idea of nurturing someone, which is a great sentiment to give to a newborn baby.
澄 means "clear, pure, serene."
Clear - This kanji implies clarity and purity, suggesting that the child will have a bright and honest personality.
Serene - This kanji implies a peaceful and tranquil nature, suggesting that the child will be calm and composed.
Unfazed - This kanji implies a strong and resilient character, suggesting that the child will be able to handle any situation with grace and poise.
Transparent - This kanji implies openness and honesty, suggesting that the child will be open and honest in all their dealings.
Unruffled - This kanji implies a composed and collected nature, suggesting that the child will be able to remain calm and composed in any situation.
結 means "knot, tie, bind."
Bond - This kanji symbolizes the idea of forming a strong bond between two people, which is a perfect name for a baby who will be loved and cherished by their parents.
Gather - This kanji symbolizes the idea of gathering people together, which is a great name for a baby who will bring people together and create a strong sense of community.
End - This kanji symbolizes the idea of coming to an end, which is a great name for a baby who will bring closure to a situation or bring a sense of finality.
Hair - This kanji symbolizes the idea of tying one's hair up, which is a great name for a baby who will be stylish and fashionable.
美 means "beauty, beautiful, pretty."
Beautiful - Having a pleasing appearance or attractive qualities.
Splendid - Impressive in appearance or quality.
Admirable - Inspiring admiration or approval.
Delicious - Having a pleasant, enjoyable taste.
Praiseworthy - Deserving of praise or admiration.
Names that have the same gender and start with M.
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Sort by Most Kanji Variations
This is the order of names with many variations of kanji.
Basically, names with more variations are more common and familiar to the Japanese.
Sort by Most Viewed
The names are sorted by the number of times they have been viewed on this site. This ranking is based on the behavior of users around the world, including Japan, so it does not mean that the names are commonly viewed by Japanese people only.
Please note that just because a name has been viewed more times does not mean it is a famous name in Japan.
What is Hiragana?
Hiragana is a syllabary used in written Japanese, which originated from the cursive style of Kanji.
What is Katakana?
Katakana is also a Japanese syllabary. Basically, the characters don't have any meaning by themselves, they only represent the sounds.
Japanese try to express the words came from foreign languages with the most similar sounds in Japanese using Katakana.
The names are sorted by the number of Japanese households where the surname is used.
The more households there are, the more famous and common the surname is.
About this site's data of last names