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Japanese boy(male) name Raiki
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  • Gender:Male
  • Hiraganatip:らいき
  • Katakanatip:ライキ
  • English transcriptiontip:Raiki

Names and Meanings by Kanji - 65 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 Raiki, kanji choices are listed below, sorted by the total number of Good!

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徠希- Raiki -

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means "to measure land, to survey land."

  • Come - To arrive or appear.

  • Labor - To work hard or toil.

  • Encourage - To motivate or inspire.

Name ideas examples

  • Arrival - This kanji conveys the idea of someone or something coming or arriving. It can be used to symbolize the arrival of a new baby into the family, and the joy and anticipation that comes with it.

  • Encouragement - The kanji also conveys the idea of encouragement and motivation. It can be used to symbolize the encouragement and support that the family will give to the new baby as they grow and develop.

  • Support - The kanji also conveys the idea of support and care. It can be used to symbolize the support and care that the family will provide to the new baby as they grow and develop.

  • Blessing - The kanji also conveys the idea of blessing and good fortune. It can be used to symbolize the blessing and good fortune that the family will wish upon the new baby as they grow and develop.

means "rare, hope, beg for."

  • Wish, Hope - To wish or desire something to happen.

  • Rare, Unusual - Something that is not common or not seen often.

  • Faint, Dim - Something that is barely visible or barely audible.

  • Sparse - Something that is not dense or not crowded.

  • Greece - An abbreviation for the country name "Greece".

Name ideas examples

  • Hope - This is a positive and uplifting meaning that conveys a sense of optimism and wishing for the best for the baby.

  • Rare - This meaning conveys a sense of uniqueness and specialness, suggesting that the baby is one of a kind.

  • Greece - This meaning is a reference to the country of Greece, which is associated with ancient culture and civilization. It can be a meaningful way to honor the baby's heritage.

雷牙- Raiki -

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means "thunder."

  • Lightning - A phenomenon that produces light and sound due to an electrical discharge in the sky.

Name ideas examples

  • Bright - Symbolizing brightness and intelligence.

  • Thunder - Symbolizing strength and power.

  • Flash - Symbolizing speed and agility.

means "fang, tusk, tusk of an elephant or boar."

Name ideas examples

  • Tooth - A symbol of strength and resilience.

  • Wire Cutter - A symbol of being able to cut through obstacles.

  • Dog Tooth - A symbol of loyalty and protection.

  • To Bite - A symbol of being able to defend oneself.

來己- Raiki -

Share來己 - Raiki -

means "come, arrive."

  • To come - To arrive or come to a place.

  • To bring - To bring something or someone to a place.

  • From the past to the present - Refers to the time period from a certain point in the past to the present.

  • Into the future - Refers to the time period that has yet to come.

  • A particle - Used in the middle or end of a sentence to give it a certain tone. It is usually not read in the kunyomi reading.

  • To encourage - To motivate or encourage someone.

Name ideas examples

  • Arrival - To come or arrive, often from a distant place.

  • Blessing - To wish good fortune or success upon someone.

  • Encouragement - To give someone support, confidence, or hope.

means "self, oneself, me, i."

  • Self - Refers to oneself.

  • Sixth of the Ten Stems - Refers to the sixth of the ten stems in the Chinese system of numerology.

  • Earth - Refers to the element of Earth in the Five Elements system.

  • Center - Center in the eight directions.

Name ideas examples

  • Self - It symbolizes the individual's unique identity and independence.

  • Sixth of the Ten Celestial Stems - It symbolizes the individual's place in the order of the universe and their connection to the greater world.

  • Earth of the Five Elements - It symbolizes the individual's connection to the natural world and their grounding in the physical realm.

來暉- Raiki -

Share來暉 - Raiki -

means "come, arrive."

  • To come - To arrive or come to a place.

  • To bring - To bring something or someone to a place.

  • From the past to the present - Refers to the time period from a certain point in the past to the present.

  • Into the future - Refers to the time period that has yet to come.

  • A particle - Used in the middle or end of a sentence to give it a certain tone. It is usually not read in the kunyomi reading.

  • To encourage - To motivate or encourage someone.

Name ideas examples

  • Arrival - To come or arrive, often from a distant place.

  • Blessing - To wish good fortune or success upon someone.

  • Encouragement - To give someone support, confidence, or hope.

means "radiance, shine, brilliance."

  • Shine - To emit or reflect light, to be bright and radiant.

  • Glitter - To sparkle or shine brightly.

  • Radiance - A bright, glowing light or aura.

  • Light - A source of illumination, or the visible part of the electromagnetic spectrum.

Name ideas examples

  • Shine - To bring brightness and joy to the world.

  • Glitter - To bring sparkle and joy to the world.

  • Radiance - To bring a bright and glowing light to the world.

  • Light - To bring illumination and hope to the world.

來輝- Raiki -

Share來輝 - Raiki -

means "come, arrive."

  • To come - To arrive or come to a place.

  • To bring - To bring something or someone to a place.

  • From the past to the present - Refers to the time period from a certain point in the past to the present.

  • Into the future - Refers to the time period that has yet to come.

  • A particle - Used in the middle or end of a sentence to give it a certain tone. It is usually not read in the kunyomi reading.

  • To encourage - To motivate or encourage someone.

Name ideas examples

  • Arrival - To come or arrive, often from a distant place.

  • Blessing - To wish good fortune or success upon someone.

  • Encouragement - To give someone support, confidence, or hope.

means "radiance, brilliance."

  • Shine - To emit or reflect light, to be bright and radiant.

  • Illuminate - To light up, to make something visible or clear.

  • Glow - To emit a steady, bright light.

  • Radiance - A bright, glowing light.

  • Splendor - Magnificent and dazzling beauty.

Name ideas examples

  • Shine - To bring brightness and joy to the world.

  • Illuminate - To bring clarity and understanding to the world.

  • Glow - To bring warmth and comfort to the world.

  • Radiance - To bring beauty and light to the world.

  • Splendor - To bring grandeur and magnificence to the world.

来暉- Raiki -

Share来暉 - Raiki -

means "come, arrive."

  • To come - To arrive or come to a place.

  • To bring - To bring something or someone to a place.

  • To allow - To permit or allow someone to do something.

  • This person - Someone who has been present from a certain point in time until now.

  • In the future - Something that has not yet come.

  • Particle - A particle placed in the middle or end of a sentence to give it a certain tone. It is usually not read in the kunyomi reading.

  • To encourage - To encourage or motivate someone.

Name ideas examples

  • Hope - To express a wish or desire for something to happen in the future.

  • Blessing - To wish someone good luck, health, and happiness.

  • Joy - To bring happiness and delight.

  • Courage - To have the strength and determination to face difficult situations.

means "radiance, shine, brilliance."

  • Shine - To emit or reflect light, to be bright and radiant.

  • Glitter - To sparkle or shine brightly.

  • Radiance - A bright, glowing light or aura.

  • Light - A source of illumination, or the visible part of the electromagnetic spectrum.

Name ideas examples

  • Shine - To bring brightness and joy to the world.

  • Glitter - To bring sparkle and joy to the world.

  • Radiance - To bring a bright and glowing light to the world.

  • Light - To bring illumination and hope to the world.

来輝- Raiki -

Share来輝 - Raiki -

means "come, arrive."

  • To come - To arrive or come to a place.

  • To bring - To bring something or someone to a place.

  • To allow - To permit or allow someone to do something.

  • This person - Someone who has been present from a certain point in time until now.

  • In the future - Something that has not yet come.

  • Particle - A particle placed in the middle or end of a sentence to give it a certain tone. It is usually not read in the kunyomi reading.

  • To encourage - To encourage or motivate someone.

Name ideas examples

  • Hope - To express a wish or desire for something to happen in the future.

  • Blessing - To wish someone good luck, health, and happiness.

  • Joy - To bring happiness and delight.

  • Courage - To have the strength and determination to face difficult situations.

means "radiance, brilliance."

  • Shine - To emit or reflect light, to be bright and radiant.

  • Illuminate - To light up, to make something visible or clear.

  • Glow - To emit a steady, bright light.

  • Radiance - A bright, glowing light.

  • Splendor - Magnificent and dazzling beauty.

Name ideas examples

  • Shine - To bring brightness and joy to the world.

  • Illuminate - To bring clarity and understanding to the world.

  • Glow - To bring warmth and comfort to the world.

  • Radiance - To bring beauty and light to the world.

  • Splendor - To bring grandeur and magnificence to the world.

來利- Raiki -

Share來利 - Raiki -

means "come, arrive."

  • To come - To arrive or come to a place.

  • To bring - To bring something or someone to a place.

  • From the past to the present - Refers to the time period from a certain point in the past to the present.

  • Into the future - Refers to the time period that has yet to come.

  • A particle - Used in the middle or end of a sentence to give it a certain tone. It is usually not read in the kunyomi reading.

  • To encourage - To motivate or encourage someone.

Name ideas examples

  • Arrival - To come or arrive, often from a distant place.

  • Blessing - To wish good fortune or success upon someone.

  • Encouragement - To give someone support, confidence, or hope.

means "profit, benefit, advantage."

Name ideas examples

  • Sharp - Symbolizing a sharp and keen mind.

  • Good - Representing a good and favorable life.

  • Establish - Signifying the establishment of a successful future.

  • Intelligent - Representing an intelligent and wise life.

  • Effective - Symbolizing an effective and efficient life.

  • Speak - Representing the power of speech.

來希- Raiki -

Share來希 - Raiki -

means "come, arrive."

  • To come - To arrive or come to a place.

  • To bring - To bring something or someone to a place.

  • From the past to the present - Refers to the time period from a certain point in the past to the present.

  • Into the future - Refers to the time period that has yet to come.

  • A particle - Used in the middle or end of a sentence to give it a certain tone. It is usually not read in the kunyomi reading.

  • To encourage - To motivate or encourage someone.

Name ideas examples

  • Arrival - To come or arrive, often from a distant place.

  • Blessing - To wish good fortune or success upon someone.

  • Encouragement - To give someone support, confidence, or hope.

means "rare, hope, beg for."

  • Wish, Hope - To wish or desire something to happen.

  • Rare, Unusual - Something that is not common or not seen often.

  • Faint, Dim - Something that is barely visible or barely audible.

  • Sparse - Something that is not dense or not crowded.

  • Greece - An abbreviation for the country name "Greece".

Name ideas examples

  • Hope - This is a positive and uplifting meaning that conveys a sense of optimism and wishing for the best for the baby.

  • Rare - This meaning conveys a sense of uniqueness and specialness, suggesting that the baby is one of a kind.

  • Greece - This meaning is a reference to the country of Greece, which is associated with ancient culture and civilization. It can be a meaningful way to honor the baby's heritage.

來幸- Raiki -

Share來幸 - Raiki -

means "come, arrive."

  • To come - To arrive or come to a place.

  • To bring - To bring something or someone to a place.

  • From the past to the present - Refers to the time period from a certain point in the past to the present.

  • Into the future - Refers to the time period that has yet to come.

  • A particle - Used in the middle or end of a sentence to give it a certain tone. It is usually not read in the kunyomi reading.

  • To encourage - To motivate or encourage someone.

Name ideas examples

  • Arrival - To come or arrive, often from a distant place.

  • Blessing - To wish good fortune or success upon someone.

  • Encouragement - To give someone support, confidence, or hope.

means "happiness, good fortune, luck."

Name ideas examples

  • Happiness, Fortunate - This kanji that conveys the wish for the baby to be blessed with good luck, fortune, and joy.

  • Cherish, Love - This kanji that conveys the wish for the baby to be loved and cherished.

  • Appreciate, Like - This kanji that conveys the wish for the baby to be appreciated and liked.

來樹- Raiki -

Share來樹 - Raiki -

means "come, arrive."

  • To come - To arrive or come to a place.

  • To bring - To bring something or someone to a place.

  • From the past to the present - Refers to the time period from a certain point in the past to the present.

  • Into the future - Refers to the time period that has yet to come.

  • A particle - Used in the middle or end of a sentence to give it a certain tone. It is usually not read in the kunyomi reading.

  • To encourage - To motivate or encourage someone.

Name ideas examples

  • Arrival - To come or arrive, often from a distant place.

  • Blessing - To wish good fortune or success upon someone.

  • Encouragement - To give someone support, confidence, or hope.

means "tree, wood, timber."

  • Tree - A standing tree that is growing.

  • Plant - To plant a tree.

  • Stand - To stand firmly.

Name ideas examples

  • Tree - Symbolizing strength, stability, and growth.

  • Plant - Representing the idea of nurturing and caring for something.

  • Stand - Signifying courage and determination.

來稀- Raiki -

Share來稀 - Raiki -

means "come, arrive."

  • To come - To arrive or come to a place.

  • To bring - To bring something or someone to a place.

  • From the past to the present - Refers to the time period from a certain point in the past to the present.

  • Into the future - Refers to the time period that has yet to come.

  • A particle - Used in the middle or end of a sentence to give it a certain tone. It is usually not read in the kunyomi reading.

  • To encourage - To motivate or encourage someone.

Name ideas examples

  • Arrival - To come or arrive, often from a distant place.

  • Blessing - To wish good fortune or success upon someone.

  • Encouragement - To give someone support, confidence, or hope.

means "rare, unusual, uncommon."

  • Rare - Not common or occurring often

  • Faint - Very weak or slight

  • Sparse - Not dense or thick

  • Thin - Having little substance or strength

  • Dilute - Make (a liquid) thinner or weaker by adding water or another solvent.

Name ideas examples

  • Unique - Being the only one of its kind, unlike anything else.

  • Precious - Of great value, cherished.

  • Special - Better, greater, or otherwise different from what is usual.

  • Delicate - Fragile, easily damaged or destroyed.

  • Refined - Having a delicate or subtle quality.

來綺- Raiki -

Share來綺 - Raiki -

means "come, arrive."

  • To come - To arrive or come to a place.

  • To bring - To bring something or someone to a place.

  • From the past to the present - Refers to the time period from a certain point in the past to the present.

  • Into the future - Refers to the time period that has yet to come.

  • A particle - Used in the middle or end of a sentence to give it a certain tone. It is usually not read in the kunyomi reading.

  • To encourage - To motivate or encourage someone.

Name ideas examples

  • Arrival - To come or arrive, often from a distant place.

  • Blessing - To wish good fortune or success upon someone.

  • Encouragement - To give someone support, confidence, or hope.

means "beautiful, clean."

  • Weaving a pattern with silk - This refers to the process of creating a beautiful pattern with silk fabric.

  • Interfering - This refers to the act of interfering or meddling in something.

  • Beautiful - This refers to something that is aesthetically pleasing and attractive.

  • Splendid - This refers to something that is grand and impressive.

Name ideas examples

  • Beautiful - This refers to something that is aesthetically pleasing and attractive, and could be a great name for a baby.

  • Splendid - This refers to something that is grand and impressive, and could be a great name for a baby.

  • Weaving - This refers to the process of creating a beautiful pattern with silk fabric, and could be a great name for a baby.

來葵- Raiki -

Share來葵 - Raiki -

means "come, arrive."

  • To come - To arrive or come to a place.

  • To bring - To bring something or someone to a place.

  • From the past to the present - Refers to the time period from a certain point in the past to the present.

  • Into the future - Refers to the time period that has yet to come.

  • A particle - Used in the middle or end of a sentence to give it a certain tone. It is usually not read in the kunyomi reading.

  • To encourage - To motivate or encourage someone.

Name ideas examples

  • Arrival - To come or arrive, often from a distant place.

  • Blessing - To wish good fortune or success upon someone.

  • Encouragement - To give someone support, confidence, or hope.

means "hollyhock, mallow, althea."

  • Aoi - The name of a plant from the family of Aoi plants.

  • A symbol of good luck and fortune.

Name ideas examples

  • Aoi (葵) - This kanji that symbolizes good luck and fortune, and is associated with the beauty of nature.

  • Aoi (葵) - This kanji that symbolizes hope, joy, and optimism.

  • Aoi (葵) - This kanji that symbolizes strength, resilience, and courage.

來貴- Raiki -

Share來貴 - Raiki -

means "come, arrive."

  • To come - To arrive or come to a place.

  • To bring - To bring something or someone to a place.

  • From the past to the present - Refers to the time period from a certain point in the past to the present.

  • Into the future - Refers to the time period that has yet to come.

  • A particle - Used in the middle or end of a sentence to give it a certain tone. It is usually not read in the kunyomi reading.

  • To encourage - To motivate or encourage someone.

Name ideas examples

  • Arrival - To come or arrive, often from a distant place.

  • Blessing - To wish good fortune or success upon someone.

  • Encouragement - To give someone support, confidence, or hope.

means "precious, valuable, honorable."

  • Precious - Highly valued and respected.

  • Noble - Of high rank or status.

  • Esteemed - Showing respect and admiration.

  • Revered - Held in high esteem and admiration.

Name ideas examples

  • Precious - This kanji that conveys the idea of being highly valued and cherished.

  • Noble - This kanji that conveys the idea of being of high rank or status.

  • Esteemed - This kanji that conveys the idea of being respected and admired.

  • Revered - This kanji that conveys the idea of being held in high esteem and admiration.

來騎- Raiki -

Share來騎 - Raiki -

means "come, arrive."

  • To come - To arrive or come to a place.

  • To bring - To bring something or someone to a place.

  • From the past to the present - Refers to the time period from a certain point in the past to the present.

  • Into the future - Refers to the time period that has yet to come.

  • A particle - Used in the middle or end of a sentence to give it a certain tone. It is usually not read in the kunyomi reading.

  • To encourage - To motivate or encourage someone.

Name ideas examples

  • Arrival - To come or arrive, often from a distant place.

  • Blessing - To wish good fortune or success upon someone.

  • Encouragement - To give someone support, confidence, or hope.

means "cavalry, horseback riding."

Name ideas examples

  • Ride - It conveys the idea of freedom and adventure. It also implies that the child will be able to explore the world and experience new things.

  • Mount - It conveys the idea of strength and power. It also implies that the child will be able to overcome obstacles and reach their goals.

  • Stride - It conveys the idea of determination and perseverance. It also implies that the child will be able to take on challenges and reach their goals.

  • Cavalry - It conveys the idea of courage and bravery. It also implies that the child will be able to face danger and protect those they love.

徠幸- Raiki -

Share徠幸 - Raiki -

means "to measure land, to survey land."

  • Come - To arrive or appear.

  • Labor - To work hard or toil.

  • Encourage - To motivate or inspire.

Name ideas examples

  • Arrival - This kanji conveys the idea of someone or something coming or arriving. It can be used to symbolize the arrival of a new baby into the family, and the joy and anticipation that comes with it.

  • Encouragement - The kanji also conveys the idea of encouragement and motivation. It can be used to symbolize the encouragement and support that the family will give to the new baby as they grow and develop.

  • Support - The kanji also conveys the idea of support and care. It can be used to symbolize the support and care that the family will provide to the new baby as they grow and develop.

  • Blessing - The kanji also conveys the idea of blessing and good fortune. It can be used to symbolize the blessing and good fortune that the family will wish upon the new baby as they grow and develop.

means "happiness, good fortune, luck."

Name ideas examples

  • Happiness, Fortunate - This kanji that conveys the wish for the baby to be blessed with good luck, fortune, and joy.

  • Cherish, Love - This kanji that conveys the wish for the baby to be loved and cherished.

  • Appreciate, Like - This kanji that conveys the wish for the baby to be appreciated and liked.

徠樹- Raiki -

Share徠樹 - Raiki -

means "to measure land, to survey land."

  • Come - To arrive or appear.

  • Labor - To work hard or toil.

  • Encourage - To motivate or inspire.

Name ideas examples

  • Arrival - This kanji conveys the idea of someone or something coming or arriving. It can be used to symbolize the arrival of a new baby into the family, and the joy and anticipation that comes with it.

  • Encouragement - The kanji also conveys the idea of encouragement and motivation. It can be used to symbolize the encouragement and support that the family will give to the new baby as they grow and develop.

  • Support - The kanji also conveys the idea of support and care. It can be used to symbolize the support and care that the family will provide to the new baby as they grow and develop.

  • Blessing - The kanji also conveys the idea of blessing and good fortune. It can be used to symbolize the blessing and good fortune that the family will wish upon the new baby as they grow and develop.

means "tree, wood, timber."

  • Tree - A standing tree that is growing.

  • Plant - To plant a tree.

  • Stand - To stand firmly.

Name ideas examples

  • Tree - Symbolizing strength, stability, and growth.

  • Plant - Representing the idea of nurturing and caring for something.

  • Stand - Signifying courage and determination.

徠毅- Raiki -

Share徠毅 - Raiki -

means "to measure land, to survey land."

  • Come - To arrive or appear.

  • Labor - To work hard or toil.

  • Encourage - To motivate or inspire.

Name ideas examples

  • Arrival - This kanji conveys the idea of someone or something coming or arriving. It can be used to symbolize the arrival of a new baby into the family, and the joy and anticipation that comes with it.

  • Encouragement - The kanji also conveys the idea of encouragement and motivation. It can be used to symbolize the encouragement and support that the family will give to the new baby as they grow and develop.

  • Support - The kanji also conveys the idea of support and care. It can be used to symbolize the support and care that the family will provide to the new baby as they grow and develop.

  • Blessing - The kanji also conveys the idea of blessing and good fortune. It can be used to symbolize the blessing and good fortune that the family will wish upon the new baby as they grow and develop.

means "perseverance, fortitude, determination."

  • Strong - Having great strength or power.

  • Resolute - Having or showing firm determination.

  • Determined - Having made a firm decision and being resolved not to change it.

Name ideas examples

  • Strength - The quality or state of being strong, physical power or capacity.

  • Resilience - The capacity to recover quickly from difficulties, toughness.

  • Courage - The ability to do something that frightens one, bravery.

徠煌- Raiki -

Share徠煌 - Raiki -

means "to measure land, to survey land."

  • Come - To arrive or appear.

  • Labor - To work hard or toil.

  • Encourage - To motivate or inspire.

Name ideas examples

  • Arrival - This kanji conveys the idea of someone or something coming or arriving. It can be used to symbolize the arrival of a new baby into the family, and the joy and anticipation that comes with it.

  • Encouragement - The kanji also conveys the idea of encouragement and motivation. It can be used to symbolize the encouragement and support that the family will give to the new baby as they grow and develop.

  • Support - The kanji also conveys the idea of support and care. It can be used to symbolize the support and care that the family will provide to the new baby as they grow and develop.

  • Blessing - The kanji also conveys the idea of blessing and good fortune. It can be used to symbolize the blessing and good fortune that the family will wish upon the new baby as they grow and develop.

means "glitter, sparkle, shine."

  • Bright - Having a lot of light

  • Radiant - Emitting or reflecting light

  • Glittering - Sparkling or shining brightly.

  • Glowing - Emitting a steady, bright light.

Name ideas examples

  • Bright - Suggesting a cheerful, positive outlook on life.

  • Radiant - Conveying a sense of inner beauty and joy.

  • Glittering - Suggesting a life full of sparkle and excitement.

  • Glowing - Suggesting a life of warmth and light.

徠稀- Raiki -

Share徠稀 - Raiki -

means "to measure land, to survey land."

  • Come - To arrive or appear.

  • Labor - To work hard or toil.

  • Encourage - To motivate or inspire.

Name ideas examples

  • Arrival - This kanji conveys the idea of someone or something coming or arriving. It can be used to symbolize the arrival of a new baby into the family, and the joy and anticipation that comes with it.

  • Encouragement - The kanji also conveys the idea of encouragement and motivation. It can be used to symbolize the encouragement and support that the family will give to the new baby as they grow and develop.

  • Support - The kanji also conveys the idea of support and care. It can be used to symbolize the support and care that the family will provide to the new baby as they grow and develop.

  • Blessing - The kanji also conveys the idea of blessing and good fortune. It can be used to symbolize the blessing and good fortune that the family will wish upon the new baby as they grow and develop.

means "rare, unusual, uncommon."

  • Rare - Not common or occurring often

  • Faint - Very weak or slight

  • Sparse - Not dense or thick

  • Thin - Having little substance or strength

  • Dilute - Make (a liquid) thinner or weaker by adding water or another solvent.

Name ideas examples

  • Unique - Being the only one of its kind, unlike anything else.

  • Precious - Of great value, cherished.

  • Special - Better, greater, or otherwise different from what is usual.

  • Delicate - Fragile, easily damaged or destroyed.

  • Refined - Having a delicate or subtle quality.

徠紀- Raiki -

Share徠紀 - Raiki -

means "to measure land, to survey land."

  • Come - To arrive or appear.

  • Labor - To work hard or toil.

  • Encourage - To motivate or inspire.

Name ideas examples

  • Arrival - This kanji conveys the idea of someone or something coming or arriving. It can be used to symbolize the arrival of a new baby into the family, and the joy and anticipation that comes with it.

  • Encouragement - The kanji also conveys the idea of encouragement and motivation. It can be used to symbolize the encouragement and support that the family will give to the new baby as they grow and develop.

  • Support - The kanji also conveys the idea of support and care. It can be used to symbolize the support and care that the family will provide to the new baby as they grow and develop.

  • Blessing - The kanji also conveys the idea of blessing and good fortune. It can be used to symbolize the blessing and good fortune that the family will wish upon the new baby as they grow and develop.

means "era, chronicle."

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  • Record - To remember and honor a special moment or event in life.

  • Order - To bring order and balance to the family.

  • Rule - To remind the child to follow the rules and regulations.

  • Year - To signify the year of the child's birth.

  • Chronicle - To remember the family's history and legacy.

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means "to measure land, to survey land."

  • Come - To arrive or appear.

  • Labor - To work hard or toil.

  • Encourage - To motivate or inspire.

Name ideas examples

  • Arrival - This kanji conveys the idea of someone or something coming or arriving. It can be used to symbolize the arrival of a new baby into the family, and the joy and anticipation that comes with it.

  • Encouragement - The kanji also conveys the idea of encouragement and motivation. It can be used to symbolize the encouragement and support that the family will give to the new baby as they grow and develop.

  • Support - The kanji also conveys the idea of support and care. It can be used to symbolize the support and care that the family will provide to the new baby as they grow and develop.

  • Blessing - The kanji also conveys the idea of blessing and good fortune. It can be used to symbolize the blessing and good fortune that the family will wish upon the new baby as they grow and develop.

means "radiance, brilliance."

  • Shine - To emit or reflect light, to be bright and radiant.

  • Illuminate - To light up, to make something visible or clear.

  • Glow - To emit a steady, bright light.

  • Radiance - A bright, glowing light.

  • Splendor - Magnificent and dazzling beauty.

Name ideas examples

  • Shine - To bring brightness and joy to the world.

  • Illuminate - To bring clarity and understanding to the world.

  • Glow - To bring warmth and comfort to the world.

  • Radiance - To bring beauty and light to the world.

  • Splendor - To bring grandeur and magnificence to the world.

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means "come, arrive."

  • To come - To arrive or come to a place.

  • To bring - To bring something or someone to a place.

  • To allow - To permit or allow someone to do something.

  • This person - Someone who has been present from a certain point in time until now.

  • In the future - Something that has not yet come.

  • Particle - A particle placed in the middle or end of a sentence to give it a certain tone. It is usually not read in the kunyomi reading.

  • To encourage - To encourage or motivate someone.

Name ideas examples

  • Hope - To express a wish or desire for something to happen in the future.

  • Blessing - To wish someone good luck, health, and happiness.

  • Joy - To bring happiness and delight.

  • Courage - To have the strength and determination to face difficult situations.

means "joy, rejoice, pleasure."

Name ideas examples

  • Joy, Happiness - To bring joy and happiness to the family, to bring a sense of delight and contentment.

  • Preference - To show a preference for the family, to express a fondness for the family.

  • Celebration - To commemorate a special occasion, to mark a joyous event.

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means "come, arrive."

  • To come - To arrive or come to a place.

  • To bring - To bring something or someone to a place.

  • To allow - To permit or allow someone to do something.

  • This person - Someone who has been present from a certain point in time until now.

  • In the future - Something that has not yet come.

  • Particle - A particle placed in the middle or end of a sentence to give it a certain tone. It is usually not read in the kunyomi reading.

  • To encourage - To encourage or motivate someone.

Name ideas examples

  • Hope - To express a wish or desire for something to happen in the future.

  • Blessing - To wish someone good luck, health, and happiness.

  • Joy - To bring happiness and delight.

  • Courage - To have the strength and determination to face difficult situations.

means "foundation, basis."

  • Foundation, Base - The foundation or base of a building. A support or foothold.

  • Source, Origin - The root or origin of something. To be based on or to take as a source.

  • Group of Atoms - In chemistry, a group of atoms.

  • Counting Word - A word used to count items such as lanterns or graves.

Name ideas examples

  • Foundation - A strong and stable foundation for a baby's life.

  • Source - A source of strength and guidance for a baby's life.

  • Origin - A reminder of the baby's origin and heritage.

  • Group - A reminder of the baby's connection to others.

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means "come, arrive."

  • To come - To arrive or come to a place.

  • To bring - To bring something or someone to a place.

  • To allow - To permit or allow someone to do something.

  • This person - Someone who has been present from a certain point in time until now.

  • In the future - Something that has not yet come.

  • Particle - A particle placed in the middle or end of a sentence to give it a certain tone. It is usually not read in the kunyomi reading.

  • To encourage - To encourage or motivate someone.

Name ideas examples

  • Hope - To express a wish or desire for something to happen in the future.

  • Blessing - To wish someone good luck, health, and happiness.

  • Joy - To bring happiness and delight.

  • Courage - To have the strength and determination to face difficult situations.

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.

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means "come, arrive."

  • To come - To arrive or come to a place.

  • To bring - To bring something or someone to a place.

  • To allow - To permit or allow someone to do something.

  • This person - Someone who has been present from a certain point in time until now.

  • In the future - Something that has not yet come.

  • Particle - A particle placed in the middle or end of a sentence to give it a certain tone. It is usually not read in the kunyomi reading.

  • To encourage - To encourage or motivate someone.

Name ideas examples

  • Hope - To express a wish or desire for something to happen in the future.

  • Blessing - To wish someone good luck, health, and happiness.

  • Joy - To bring happiness and delight.

  • Courage - To have the strength and determination to face difficult situations.

寿 means "longevity, congratulations, auspiciousness."

  • Long life - Living for a long time, having a long lifespan.

  • Age - The number of years a person has lived.

  • Celebrate - To rejoice and celebrate a long life or a happy occasion.

Name ideas examples

  • Long Life - This kanji that symbolizes a long and healthy life for the baby.

  • Blessing - This kanji that symbolizes the blessing of a long and prosperous life.

  • Joy - This kanji that symbolizes the joy of a happy occasion or a long life.

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means "come, arrive."

  • To come - To arrive or come to a place.

  • To bring - To bring something or someone to a place.

  • To allow - To permit or allow someone to do something.

  • This person - Someone who has been present from a certain point in time until now.

  • In the future - Something that has not yet come.

  • Particle - A particle placed in the middle or end of a sentence to give it a certain tone. It is usually not read in the kunyomi reading.

  • To encourage - To encourage or motivate someone.

Name ideas examples

  • Hope - To express a wish or desire for something to happen in the future.

  • Blessing - To wish someone good luck, health, and happiness.

  • Joy - To bring happiness and delight.

  • Courage - To have the strength and determination to face difficult situations.

means "happiness, good fortune, luck."

Name ideas examples

  • Happiness, Fortunate - This kanji that conveys the wish for the baby to be blessed with good luck, fortune, and joy.

  • Cherish, Love - This kanji that conveys the wish for the baby to be loved and cherished.

  • Appreciate, Like - This kanji that conveys the wish for the baby to be appreciated and liked.

来樹- Raiki -

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means "come, arrive."

  • To come - To arrive or come to a place.

  • To bring - To bring something or someone to a place.

  • To allow - To permit or allow someone to do something.

  • This person - Someone who has been present from a certain point in time until now.

  • In the future - Something that has not yet come.

  • Particle - A particle placed in the middle or end of a sentence to give it a certain tone. It is usually not read in the kunyomi reading.

  • To encourage - To encourage or motivate someone.

Name ideas examples

  • Hope - To express a wish or desire for something to happen in the future.

  • Blessing - To wish someone good luck, health, and happiness.

  • Joy - To bring happiness and delight.

  • Courage - To have the strength and determination to face difficult situations.

means "tree, wood, timber."

  • Tree - A standing tree that is growing.

  • Plant - To plant a tree.

  • Stand - To stand firmly.

Name ideas examples

  • Tree - Symbolizing strength, stability, and growth.

  • Plant - Representing the idea of nurturing and caring for something.

  • Stand - Signifying courage and determination.

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means "come, arrive."

  • To come - To arrive or come to a place.

  • To bring - To bring something or someone to a place.

  • To allow - To permit or allow someone to do something.

  • This person - Someone who has been present from a certain point in time until now.

  • In the future - Something that has not yet come.

  • Particle - A particle placed in the middle or end of a sentence to give it a certain tone. It is usually not read in the kunyomi reading.

  • To encourage - To encourage or motivate someone.

Name ideas examples

  • Hope - To express a wish or desire for something to happen in the future.

  • Blessing - To wish someone good luck, health, and happiness.

  • Joy - To bring happiness and delight.

  • Courage - To have the strength and determination to face difficult situations.

means "rare, unusual, uncommon."

  • Rare - Not common or occurring often

  • Faint - Very weak or slight

  • Sparse - Not dense or thick

  • Thin - Having little substance or strength

  • Dilute - Make (a liquid) thinner or weaker by adding water or another solvent.

Name ideas examples

  • Unique - Being the only one of its kind, unlike anything else.

  • Precious - Of great value, cherished.

  • Special - Better, greater, or otherwise different from what is usual.

  • Delicate - Fragile, easily damaged or destroyed.

  • Refined - Having a delicate or subtle quality.

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means "come, arrive."

  • To come - To arrive or come to a place.

  • To bring - To bring something or someone to a place.

  • To allow - To permit or allow someone to do something.

  • This person - Someone who has been present from a certain point in time until now.

  • In the future - Something that has not yet come.

  • Particle - A particle placed in the middle or end of a sentence to give it a certain tone. It is usually not read in the kunyomi reading.

  • To encourage - To encourage or motivate someone.

Name ideas examples

  • Hope - To express a wish or desire for something to happen in the future.

  • Blessing - To wish someone good luck, health, and happiness.

  • Joy - To bring happiness and delight.

  • Courage - To have the strength and determination to face difficult situations.

means "era, chronicle."

Name ideas examples

  • Record - To remember and honor a special moment or event in life.

  • Order - To bring order and balance to the family.

  • Rule - To remind the child to follow the rules and regulations.

  • Year - To signify the year of the child's birth.

  • Chronicle - To remember the family's history and legacy.

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means "come, arrive."

  • To come - To arrive or come to a place.

  • To bring - To bring something or someone to a place.

  • To allow - To permit or allow someone to do something.

  • This person - Someone who has been present from a certain point in time until now.

  • In the future - Something that has not yet come.

  • Particle - A particle placed in the middle or end of a sentence to give it a certain tone. It is usually not read in the kunyomi reading.

  • To encourage - To encourage or motivate someone.

Name ideas examples

  • Hope - To express a wish or desire for something to happen in the future.

  • Blessing - To wish someone good luck, health, and happiness.

  • Joy - To bring happiness and delight.

  • Courage - To have the strength and determination to face difficult situations.

means "bond, tie, connection."

  • Bond - A connection or relationship between two or more people, places, or things.

  • Connect - To join or link together.

  • Bind - To tie or fasten together.

  • Restrain - To limit or control the actions or movements of someone or something.

  • Fetter - A device used to restrain an animal, such as a horse or ox, by tying its legs together.

Name ideas examples

  • Bond - It conveys the idea of a strong connection between two people, such as a parent and child. It also implies a sense of loyalty and commitment.

  • Connect - It conveys the idea of a strong connection between two people, such as a parent and child. It also implies a sense of unity and togetherness.

  • Unite - It conveys the idea of a strong connection between two people, such as a parent and child. It also implies a sense of solidarity and harmony.

  • Secure - It conveys the idea of a strong connection between two people, such as a parent and child. It also implies a sense of safety and protection.

  • Attach - It conveys the idea of a strong connection between two people, such as a parent and child. It also implies a sense of attachment and closeness.

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means "come, arrive."

  • To come - To arrive or come to a place.

  • To bring - To bring something or someone to a place.

  • To allow - To permit or allow someone to do something.

  • This person - Someone who has been present from a certain point in time until now.

  • In the future - Something that has not yet come.

  • Particle - A particle placed in the middle or end of a sentence to give it a certain tone. It is usually not read in the kunyomi reading.

  • To encourage - To encourage or motivate someone.

Name ideas examples

  • Hope - To express a wish or desire for something to happen in the future.

  • Blessing - To wish someone good luck, health, and happiness.

  • Joy - To bring happiness and delight.

  • Courage - To have the strength and determination to face difficult situations.

means "cavalry, horseback riding."

Name ideas examples

  • Ride - It conveys the idea of freedom and adventure. It also implies that the child will be able to explore the world and experience new things.

  • Mount - It conveys the idea of strength and power. It also implies that the child will be able to overcome obstacles and reach their goals.

  • Stride - It conveys the idea of determination and perseverance. It also implies that the child will be able to take on challenges and reach their goals.

  • Cavalry - It conveys the idea of courage and bravery. It also implies that the child will be able to face danger and protect those they love.

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means "fun, comfort, ease."

  • Music - Playing music, performing music.

  • Enjoyment - Enjoying, being happy, liking, loving, wishing, desiring.

  • Ease - Easiness, being free from physical and mental pain, being relaxed.

Name ideas examples

  • Music - Music can be a beautiful and meaningful name for a baby, as it symbolizes creativity, joy, and harmony.

  • Enjoyment - Enjoyment is a great name for a baby, as it symbolizes happiness, contentment, and fulfillment.

  • Ease - Ease is a great name for a baby, as it symbolizes comfort, relaxation, and peace.

means "life, birth, raw, uncooked."

  • To live - Alive, living, life, living things, life force.

  • To dwell - Dwelling, living, life.

  • To give birth - Give birth, born, produce, create, occur.

  • Innate - Innate, inborn, natural.

  • To grow - Grow, sprout, cultivate.

  • Unprocessed - Unprocessed, unripe, unskilled.

  • Pure - Pure, Unmixed, unadulterated.

  • Scholar - Scholar, intellectual, teacher.

  • Student - Student, pupil, disciple.

Name ideas examples

  • Alive - Symbolizing life and vitality.

  • Life - Representing the preciousness of life.

  • Living - Signifying the joy of living.

  • To Live - Encouraging the baby to live life to the fullest.

  • To Produce - Inspiring the baby to create and innovate.

  • To Grow - Reminding the baby to keep growing and learning.

  • Pure - Wishing the baby to remain pure and innocent.

  • Scholar - Honoring the baby’s intelligence and knowledge.

  • Student - Encouraging the baby to pursue knowledge.

means "gratitude, thanks, etiquette."

  • Respect - Showing respect to others and expressing gratitude.

  • Courtesy - Acting according to the established norms of social life.

  • Gift - Monetary or verbal gifts to express appreciation.

  • Bow - A gesture of respect and gratitude.

Name ideas examples

  • Respect - Respect is an important part of Japanese culture and is often expressed through the use of this kanji. Respect is a way of showing appreciation and gratitude for someone or something. It is also a way of expressing politeness and courtesy.

  • Gratitude - This kanji can also be used to express gratitude. Gratitude is a feeling of appreciation and thankfulness for something or someone. It is a way of showing appreciation and respect for the kindness and generosity of others.

  • Courtesy - Courtesy is another important part of Japanese culture and is often expressed through the use of this kanji. Courtesy is a way of showing respect and politeness to others. It is a way of expressing kindness and consideration for others.

  • Appreciation - Appreciation is a feeling of gratitude and admiration for someone or something. This kanji can be used to express appreciation for someone or something. It is a way of showing respect and gratitude for the kindness and generosity of others.

means "tree, wood, timber."

  • Tree - A standing tree that is growing.

  • Plant - To plant a tree.

  • Stand - To stand firmly.

Name ideas examples

  • Tree - Symbolizing strength, stability, and growth.

  • Plant - Representing the idea of nurturing and caring for something.

  • Stand - Signifying courage and determination.

means "gratitude, thanks, etiquette."

  • Respect - Showing respect to others and expressing gratitude.

  • Courtesy - Acting according to the established norms of social life.

  • Gift - Monetary or verbal gifts to express appreciation.

  • Bow - A gesture of respect and gratitude.

Name ideas examples

  • Respect - Respect is an important part of Japanese culture and is often expressed through the use of this kanji. Respect is a way of showing appreciation and gratitude for someone or something. It is also a way of expressing politeness and courtesy.

  • Gratitude - This kanji can also be used to express gratitude. Gratitude is a feeling of appreciation and thankfulness for something or someone. It is a way of showing appreciation and respect for the kindness and generosity of others.

  • Courtesy - Courtesy is another important part of Japanese culture and is often expressed through the use of this kanji. Courtesy is a way of showing respect and politeness to others. It is a way of expressing kindness and consideration for others.

  • Appreciation - Appreciation is a feeling of gratitude and admiration for someone or something. This kanji can be used to express appreciation for someone or something. It is a way of showing respect and gratitude for the kindness and generosity of others.

means "rare, unusual, uncommon."

  • Rare - Not common or occurring often

  • Faint - Very weak or slight

  • Sparse - Not dense or thick

  • Thin - Having little substance or strength

  • Dilute - Make (a liquid) thinner or weaker by adding water or another solvent.

Name ideas examples

  • Unique - Being the only one of its kind, unlike anything else.

  • Precious - Of great value, cherished.

  • Special - Better, greater, or otherwise different from what is usual.

  • Delicate - Fragile, easily damaged or destroyed.

  • Refined - Having a delicate or subtle quality.

means "gratitude, thanks, etiquette."

  • Respect - Showing respect to others and expressing gratitude.

  • Courtesy - Acting according to the established norms of social life.

  • Gift - Monetary or verbal gifts to express appreciation.

  • Bow - A gesture of respect and gratitude.

Name ideas examples

  • Respect - Respect is an important part of Japanese culture and is often expressed through the use of this kanji. Respect is a way of showing appreciation and gratitude for someone or something. It is also a way of expressing politeness and courtesy.

  • Gratitude - This kanji can also be used to express gratitude. Gratitude is a feeling of appreciation and thankfulness for something or someone. It is a way of showing appreciation and respect for the kindness and generosity of others.

  • Courtesy - Courtesy is another important part of Japanese culture and is often expressed through the use of this kanji. Courtesy is a way of showing respect and politeness to others. It is a way of expressing kindness and consideration for others.

  • Appreciation - Appreciation is a feeling of gratitude and admiration for someone or something. This kanji can be used to express appreciation for someone or something. It is a way of showing respect and gratitude for the kindness and generosity of others.

means "precious, valuable, honorable."

  • Precious - Highly valued and respected.

  • Noble - Of high rank or status.

  • Esteemed - Showing respect and admiration.

  • Revered - Held in high esteem and admiration.

Name ideas examples

  • Precious - This kanji that conveys the idea of being highly valued and cherished.

  • Noble - This kanji that conveys the idea of being of high rank or status.

  • Esteemed - This kanji that conveys the idea of being respected and admired.

  • Revered - This kanji that conveys the idea of being held in high esteem and admiration.

means "gratitude, thanks, etiquette."

  • Respect - Showing respect to others and expressing gratitude.

  • Courtesy - Acting according to the established norms of social life.

  • Gift - Monetary or verbal gifts to express appreciation.

  • Bow - A gesture of respect and gratitude.

Name ideas examples

  • Respect - Respect is an important part of Japanese culture and is often expressed through the use of this kanji. Respect is a way of showing appreciation and gratitude for someone or something. It is also a way of expressing politeness and courtesy.

  • Gratitude - This kanji can also be used to express gratitude. Gratitude is a feeling of appreciation and thankfulness for something or someone. It is a way of showing appreciation and respect for the kindness and generosity of others.

  • Courtesy - Courtesy is another important part of Japanese culture and is often expressed through the use of this kanji. Courtesy is a way of showing respect and politeness to others. It is a way of expressing kindness and consideration for others.

  • Appreciation - Appreciation is a feeling of gratitude and admiration for someone or something. This kanji can be used to express appreciation for someone or something. It is a way of showing respect and gratitude for the kindness and generosity of others.

means "radiance, brilliance."

  • Shine - To emit or reflect light, to be bright and radiant.

  • Illuminate - To light up, to make something visible or clear.

  • Glow - To emit a steady, bright light.

  • Radiance - A bright, glowing light.

  • Splendor - Magnificent and dazzling beauty.

Name ideas examples

  • Shine - To bring brightness and joy to the world.

  • Illuminate - To bring clarity and understanding to the world.

  • Glow - To bring warmth and comfort to the world.

  • Radiance - To bring beauty and light to the world.

  • Splendor - To bring grandeur and magnificence to the world.

means "gratitude, thanks, etiquette."

  • Respect - Showing respect to others and expressing gratitude.

  • Courtesy - Acting according to the established norms of social life.

  • Gift - Monetary or verbal gifts to express appreciation.

  • Bow - A gesture of respect and gratitude.

Name ideas examples

  • Respect - Respect is an important part of Japanese culture and is often expressed through the use of this kanji. Respect is a way of showing appreciation and gratitude for someone or something. It is also a way of expressing politeness and courtesy.

  • Gratitude - This kanji can also be used to express gratitude. Gratitude is a feeling of appreciation and thankfulness for something or someone. It is a way of showing appreciation and respect for the kindness and generosity of others.

  • Courtesy - Courtesy is another important part of Japanese culture and is often expressed through the use of this kanji. Courtesy is a way of showing respect and politeness to others. It is a way of expressing kindness and consideration for others.

  • Appreciation - Appreciation is a feeling of gratitude and admiration for someone or something. This kanji can be used to express appreciation for someone or something. It is a way of showing respect and gratitude for the kindness and generosity of others.

means "cavalry, horseback riding."

Name ideas examples

  • Ride - It conveys the idea of freedom and adventure. It also implies that the child will be able to explore the world and experience new things.

  • Mount - It conveys the idea of strength and power. It also implies that the child will be able to overcome obstacles and reach their goals.

  • Stride - It conveys the idea of determination and perseverance. It also implies that the child will be able to take on challenges and reach their goals.

  • Cavalry - It conveys the idea of courage and bravery. It also implies that the child will be able to face danger and protect those they love.

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means "courtesy, etiquette, thanks."

  • Etiquette - A set of rules for social behavior.

  • Respect - Showing respect and appreciation for others.

  • Gratitude - Expressing gratitude and appreciation.

  • Gifts - Monetary or verbal gifts given as a sign of respect.

  • Books - Written works about etiquette and manners.

  • Bow - A gesture of respect and appreciation.

Name ideas examples

  • Respect - Respect is an important part of Japanese culture, and this kanji is a reminder of this. It can be used to name a baby to remind them to show respect to others and to be respectful of their elders.

  • Gratitude - This kanji can also be used to represent gratitude. It can be used to name a baby to remind them to be thankful for the things they have and to show appreciation for the people in their lives.

  • Courtesy - This kanji can also be used to represent courtesy. It can be used to name a baby to remind them to be polite and courteous to others, and to show kindness and consideration.

  • Formality - This kanji can also be used to represent formality. It can be used to name a baby to remind them to be mindful of the rules and regulations of society, and to act in a manner that is appropriate and respectful.

means "cavalry, horseback riding."

Name ideas examples

  • Ride - It conveys the idea of freedom and adventure. It also implies that the child will be able to explore the world and experience new things.

  • Mount - It conveys the idea of strength and power. It also implies that the child will be able to overcome obstacles and reach their goals.

  • Stride - It conveys the idea of determination and perseverance. It also implies that the child will be able to take on challenges and reach their goals.

  • Cavalry - It conveys the idea of courage and bravery. It also implies that the child will be able to face danger and protect those they love.

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means "grass, weed."

  • Grass - A annual herb of the Chenopodiaceae family.

  • Wasteland - An area of land that has been left uncultivated or is barren.

  • Grassland - An area of land covered with grasses and other low-growing vegetation.

  • Mowing - The act of cutting grass or other vegetation.

  • Weed Control - The act of removing or controlling weeds.

Name ideas examples

  • Meadow - It is a peaceful and tranquil image that is associated with nature and growth.

  • Wild land - It conveys a sense of strength and resilience, which are important qualities for a child to have.

  • Reap - It symbolizes the idea of harvesting the fruits of one's labor, which is an important lesson for a child to learn.

  • Weed out - It conveys the idea of eliminating the negative and focusing on the positive, which is an important lesson for a child to learn.

means "joy, rejoice, pleasure."

Name ideas examples

  • Joy, Happiness - To bring joy and happiness to the family, to bring a sense of delight and contentment.

  • Preference - To show a preference for the family, to express a fondness for the family.

  • Celebration - To commemorate a special occasion, to mark a joyous event.

萊希- Raiki -

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means "grass, weed."

  • Grass - A annual herb of the Chenopodiaceae family.

  • Wasteland - An area of land that has been left uncultivated or is barren.

  • Grassland - An area of land covered with grasses and other low-growing vegetation.

  • Mowing - The act of cutting grass or other vegetation.

  • Weed Control - The act of removing or controlling weeds.

Name ideas examples

  • Meadow - It is a peaceful and tranquil image that is associated with nature and growth.

  • Wild land - It conveys a sense of strength and resilience, which are important qualities for a child to have.

  • Reap - It symbolizes the idea of harvesting the fruits of one's labor, which is an important lesson for a child to learn.

  • Weed out - It conveys the idea of eliminating the negative and focusing on the positive, which is an important lesson for a child to learn.

means "rare, hope, beg for."

  • Wish, Hope - To wish or desire something to happen.

  • Rare, Unusual - Something that is not common or not seen often.

  • Faint, Dim - Something that is barely visible or barely audible.

  • Sparse - Something that is not dense or not crowded.

  • Greece - An abbreviation for the country name "Greece".

Name ideas examples

  • Hope - This is a positive and uplifting meaning that conveys a sense of optimism and wishing for the best for the baby.

  • Rare - This meaning conveys a sense of uniqueness and specialness, suggesting that the baby is one of a kind.

  • Greece - This meaning is a reference to the country of Greece, which is associated with ancient culture and civilization. It can be a meaningful way to honor the baby's heritage.

萊樹- Raiki -

Share萊樹 - Raiki -

means "grass, weed."

  • Grass - A annual herb of the Chenopodiaceae family.

  • Wasteland - An area of land that has been left uncultivated or is barren.

  • Grassland - An area of land covered with grasses and other low-growing vegetation.

  • Mowing - The act of cutting grass or other vegetation.

  • Weed Control - The act of removing or controlling weeds.

Name ideas examples

  • Meadow - It is a peaceful and tranquil image that is associated with nature and growth.

  • Wild land - It conveys a sense of strength and resilience, which are important qualities for a child to have.

  • Reap - It symbolizes the idea of harvesting the fruits of one's labor, which is an important lesson for a child to learn.

  • Weed out - It conveys the idea of eliminating the negative and focusing on the positive, which is an important lesson for a child to learn.

means "tree, wood, timber."

  • Tree - A standing tree that is growing.

  • Plant - To plant a tree.

  • Stand - To stand firmly.

Name ideas examples

  • Tree - Symbolizing strength, stability, and growth.

  • Plant - Representing the idea of nurturing and caring for something.

  • Stand - Signifying courage and determination.

萊稀- Raiki -

Share萊稀 - Raiki -

means "grass, weed."

  • Grass - A annual herb of the Chenopodiaceae family.

  • Wasteland - An area of land that has been left uncultivated or is barren.

  • Grassland - An area of land covered with grasses and other low-growing vegetation.

  • Mowing - The act of cutting grass or other vegetation.

  • Weed Control - The act of removing or controlling weeds.

Name ideas examples

  • Meadow - It is a peaceful and tranquil image that is associated with nature and growth.

  • Wild land - It conveys a sense of strength and resilience, which are important qualities for a child to have.

  • Reap - It symbolizes the idea of harvesting the fruits of one's labor, which is an important lesson for a child to learn.

  • Weed out - It conveys the idea of eliminating the negative and focusing on the positive, which is an important lesson for a child to learn.

means "rare, unusual, uncommon."

  • Rare - Not common or occurring often

  • Faint - Very weak or slight

  • Sparse - Not dense or thick

  • Thin - Having little substance or strength

  • Dilute - Make (a liquid) thinner or weaker by adding water or another solvent.

Name ideas examples

  • Unique - Being the only one of its kind, unlike anything else.

  • Precious - Of great value, cherished.

  • Special - Better, greater, or otherwise different from what is usual.

  • Delicate - Fragile, easily damaged or destroyed.

  • Refined - Having a delicate or subtle quality.

萊貴- Raiki -

Share萊貴 - Raiki -

means "grass, weed."

  • Grass - A annual herb of the Chenopodiaceae family.

  • Wasteland - An area of land that has been left uncultivated or is barren.

  • Grassland - An area of land covered with grasses and other low-growing vegetation.

  • Mowing - The act of cutting grass or other vegetation.

  • Weed Control - The act of removing or controlling weeds.

Name ideas examples

  • Meadow - It is a peaceful and tranquil image that is associated with nature and growth.

  • Wild land - It conveys a sense of strength and resilience, which are important qualities for a child to have.

  • Reap - It symbolizes the idea of harvesting the fruits of one's labor, which is an important lesson for a child to learn.

  • Weed out - It conveys the idea of eliminating the negative and focusing on the positive, which is an important lesson for a child to learn.

means "precious, valuable, honorable."

  • Precious - Highly valued and respected.

  • Noble - Of high rank or status.

  • Esteemed - Showing respect and admiration.

  • Revered - Held in high esteem and admiration.

Name ideas examples

  • Precious - This kanji that conveys the idea of being highly valued and cherished.

  • Noble - This kanji that conveys the idea of being of high rank or status.

  • Esteemed - This kanji that conveys the idea of being respected and admired.

  • Revered - This kanji that conveys the idea of being held in high esteem and admiration.

萊騎- Raiki -

Share萊騎 - Raiki -

means "grass, weed."

  • Grass - A annual herb of the Chenopodiaceae family.

  • Wasteland - An area of land that has been left uncultivated or is barren.

  • Grassland - An area of land covered with grasses and other low-growing vegetation.

  • Mowing - The act of cutting grass or other vegetation.

  • Weed Control - The act of removing or controlling weeds.

Name ideas examples

  • Meadow - It is a peaceful and tranquil image that is associated with nature and growth.

  • Wild land - It conveys a sense of strength and resilience, which are important qualities for a child to have.

  • Reap - It symbolizes the idea of harvesting the fruits of one's labor, which is an important lesson for a child to learn.

  • Weed out - It conveys the idea of eliminating the negative and focusing on the positive, which is an important lesson for a child to learn.

means "cavalry, horseback riding."

Name ideas examples

  • Ride - It conveys the idea of freedom and adventure. It also implies that the child will be able to explore the world and experience new things.

  • Mount - It conveys the idea of strength and power. It also implies that the child will be able to overcome obstacles and reach their goals.

  • Stride - It conveys the idea of determination and perseverance. It also implies that the child will be able to take on challenges and reach their goals.

  • Cavalry - It conveys the idea of courage and bravery. It also implies that the child will be able to face danger and protect those they love.

蕾季- Raiki -

Share蕾季 - Raiki -

means "bud."

  • Bud - The state of a flower before it blooms.

Name ideas examples

  • Freshness - The feeling of being new and full of potential.

  • Renewal - The process of starting anew.

  • Hope - The feeling of optimism and possibility.

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.

蕾樹- Raiki -

Share蕾樹 - Raiki -

means "bud."

  • Bud - The state of a flower before it blooms.

Name ideas examples

  • Freshness - The feeling of being new and full of potential.

  • Renewal - The process of starting anew.

  • Hope - The feeling of optimism and possibility.

means "tree, wood, timber."

  • Tree - A standing tree that is growing.

  • Plant - To plant a tree.

  • Stand - To stand firmly.

Name ideas examples

  • Tree - Symbolizing strength, stability, and growth.

  • Plant - Representing the idea of nurturing and caring for something.

  • Stand - Signifying courage and determination.

蕾毅- Raiki -

Share蕾毅 - Raiki -

means "bud."

  • Bud - The state of a flower before it blooms.

Name ideas examples

  • Freshness - The feeling of being new and full of potential.

  • Renewal - The process of starting anew.

  • Hope - The feeling of optimism and possibility.

means "perseverance, fortitude, determination."

  • Strong - Having great strength or power.

  • Resolute - Having or showing firm determination.

  • Determined - Having made a firm decision and being resolved not to change it.

Name ideas examples

  • Strength - The quality or state of being strong, physical power or capacity.

  • Resilience - The capacity to recover quickly from difficulties, toughness.

  • Courage - The ability to do something that frightens one, bravery.

蕾葵- Raiki -

Share蕾葵 - Raiki -

means "bud."

  • Bud - The state of a flower before it blooms.

Name ideas examples

  • Freshness - The feeling of being new and full of potential.

  • Renewal - The process of starting anew.

  • Hope - The feeling of optimism and possibility.

means "hollyhock, mallow, althea."

  • Aoi - The name of a plant from the family of Aoi plants.

  • A symbol of good luck and fortune.

Name ideas examples

  • Aoi (葵) - This kanji that symbolizes good luck and fortune, and is associated with the beauty of nature.

  • Aoi (葵) - This kanji that symbolizes hope, joy, and optimism.

  • Aoi (葵) - This kanji that symbolizes strength, resilience, and courage.

蕾輝- Raiki -

Share蕾輝 - Raiki -

means "bud."

  • Bud - The state of a flower before it blooms.

Name ideas examples

  • Freshness - The feeling of being new and full of potential.

  • Renewal - The process of starting anew.

  • Hope - The feeling of optimism and possibility.

means "radiance, brilliance."

  • Shine - To emit or reflect light, to be bright and radiant.

  • Illuminate - To light up, to make something visible or clear.

  • Glow - To emit a steady, bright light.

  • Radiance - A bright, glowing light.

  • Splendor - Magnificent and dazzling beauty.

Name ideas examples

  • Shine - To bring brightness and joy to the world.

  • Illuminate - To bring clarity and understanding to the world.

  • Glow - To bring warmth and comfort to the world.

  • Radiance - To bring beauty and light to the world.

  • Splendor - To bring grandeur and magnificence to the world.

雷喜- Raiki -

Share雷喜 - Raiki -

means "thunder."

  • Lightning - A phenomenon that produces light and sound due to an electrical discharge in the sky.

Name ideas examples

  • Bright - Symbolizing brightness and intelligence.

  • Thunder - Symbolizing strength and power.

  • Flash - Symbolizing speed and agility.

means "joy, rejoice, pleasure."

Name ideas examples

  • Joy, Happiness - To bring joy and happiness to the family, to bring a sense of delight and contentment.

  • Preference - To show a preference for the family, to express a fondness for the family.

  • Celebration - To commemorate a special occasion, to mark a joyous event.

雷己- Raiki -

Share雷己 - Raiki -

means "thunder."

  • Lightning - A phenomenon that produces light and sound due to an electrical discharge in the sky.

Name ideas examples

  • Bright - Symbolizing brightness and intelligence.

  • Thunder - Symbolizing strength and power.

  • Flash - Symbolizing speed and agility.

means "self, oneself, me, i."

  • Self - Refers to oneself.

  • Sixth of the Ten Stems - Refers to the sixth of the ten stems in the Chinese system of numerology.

  • Earth - Refers to the element of Earth in the Five Elements system.

  • Center - Center in the eight directions.

Name ideas examples

  • Self - It symbolizes the individual's unique identity and independence.

  • Sixth of the Ten Celestial Stems - It symbolizes the individual's place in the order of the universe and their connection to the greater world.

  • Earth of the Five Elements - It symbolizes the individual's connection to the natural world and their grounding in the physical realm.

雷希- Raiki -

Share雷希 - Raiki -

means "thunder."

  • Lightning - A phenomenon that produces light and sound due to an electrical discharge in the sky.

Name ideas examples

  • Bright - Symbolizing brightness and intelligence.

  • Thunder - Symbolizing strength and power.

  • Flash - Symbolizing speed and agility.

means "rare, hope, beg for."

  • Wish, Hope - To wish or desire something to happen.

  • Rare, Unusual - Something that is not common or not seen often.

  • Faint, Dim - Something that is barely visible or barely audible.

  • Sparse - Something that is not dense or not crowded.

  • Greece - An abbreviation for the country name "Greece".

Name ideas examples

  • Hope - This is a positive and uplifting meaning that conveys a sense of optimism and wishing for the best for the baby.

  • Rare - This meaning conveys a sense of uniqueness and specialness, suggesting that the baby is one of a kind.

  • Greece - This meaning is a reference to the country of Greece, which is associated with ancient culture and civilization. It can be a meaningful way to honor the baby's heritage.

頼季- Raiki -

Share頼季 - Raiki -

means "rely, depend on."

  • To rely on - To trust and depend on someone or something.

  • Someone or something to rely on - A person or thing that can be trusted and depended on.

  • To make a profit - To gain a benefit or advantage.

  • Thanks to - Acknowledging something as a result of something else.

  • To request - To ask for something.

  • Reliable - Someone or something that can be trusted and depended on.

Name ideas examples

  • Trustworthy - This kanji that conveys trustworthiness and reliability.

  • Blessing - This kanji that conveys good fortune and blessings.

  • Profit - This kanji that conveys success and prosperity.

  • Request - This kanji that conveys a request or wish.

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.

頼希- Raiki -

Share頼希 - Raiki -

means "rely, depend on."

  • To rely on - To trust and depend on someone or something.

  • Someone or something to rely on - A person or thing that can be trusted and depended on.

  • To make a profit - To gain a benefit or advantage.

  • Thanks to - Acknowledging something as a result of something else.

  • To request - To ask for something.

  • Reliable - Someone or something that can be trusted and depended on.

Name ideas examples

  • Trustworthy - This kanji that conveys trustworthiness and reliability.

  • Blessing - This kanji that conveys good fortune and blessings.

  • Profit - This kanji that conveys success and prosperity.

  • Request - This kanji that conveys a request or wish.

means "rare, hope, beg for."

  • Wish, Hope - To wish or desire something to happen.

  • Rare, Unusual - Something that is not common or not seen often.

  • Faint, Dim - Something that is barely visible or barely audible.

  • Sparse - Something that is not dense or not crowded.

  • Greece - An abbreviation for the country name "Greece".

Name ideas examples

  • Hope - This is a positive and uplifting meaning that conveys a sense of optimism and wishing for the best for the baby.

  • Rare - This meaning conveys a sense of uniqueness and specialness, suggesting that the baby is one of a kind.

  • Greece - This meaning is a reference to the country of Greece, which is associated with ancient culture and civilization. It can be a meaningful way to honor the baby's heritage.

頼樹- Raiki -

Share頼樹 - Raiki -

means "rely, depend on."

  • To rely on - To trust and depend on someone or something.

  • Someone or something to rely on - A person or thing that can be trusted and depended on.

  • To make a profit - To gain a benefit or advantage.

  • Thanks to - Acknowledging something as a result of something else.

  • To request - To ask for something.

  • Reliable - Someone or something that can be trusted and depended on.

Name ideas examples

  • Trustworthy - This kanji that conveys trustworthiness and reliability.

  • Blessing - This kanji that conveys good fortune and blessings.

  • Profit - This kanji that conveys success and prosperity.

  • Request - This kanji that conveys a request or wish.

means "tree, wood, timber."

  • Tree - A standing tree that is growing.

  • Plant - To plant a tree.

  • Stand - To stand firmly.

Name ideas examples

  • Tree - Symbolizing strength, stability, and growth.

  • Plant - Representing the idea of nurturing and caring for something.

  • Stand - Signifying courage and determination.

頼生- Raiki -

Share頼生 - Raiki -

means "rely, depend on."

  • To rely on - To trust and depend on someone or something.

  • Someone or something to rely on - A person or thing that can be trusted and depended on.

  • To make a profit - To gain a benefit or advantage.

  • Thanks to - Acknowledging something as a result of something else.

  • To request - To ask for something.

  • Reliable - Someone or something that can be trusted and depended on.

Name ideas examples

  • Trustworthy - This kanji that conveys trustworthiness and reliability.

  • Blessing - This kanji that conveys good fortune and blessings.

  • Profit - This kanji that conveys success and prosperity.

  • Request - This kanji that conveys a request or wish.

means "life, birth, raw, uncooked."

  • To live - Alive, living, life, living things, life force.

  • To dwell - Dwelling, living, life.

  • To give birth - Give birth, born, produce, create, occur.

  • Innate - Innate, inborn, natural.

  • To grow - Grow, sprout, cultivate.

  • Unprocessed - Unprocessed, unripe, unskilled.

  • Pure - Pure, Unmixed, unadulterated.

  • Scholar - Scholar, intellectual, teacher.

  • Student - Student, pupil, disciple.

Name ideas examples

  • Alive - Symbolizing life and vitality.

  • Life - Representing the preciousness of life.

  • Living - Signifying the joy of living.

  • To Live - Encouraging the baby to live life to the fullest.

  • To Produce - Inspiring the baby to create and innovate.

  • To Grow - Reminding the baby to keep growing and learning.

  • Pure - Wishing the baby to remain pure and innocent.

  • Scholar - Honoring the baby’s intelligence and knowledge.

  • Student - Encouraging the baby to pursue knowledge.

頼紀- Raiki -

Share頼紀 - Raiki -

means "rely, depend on."

  • To rely on - To trust and depend on someone or something.

  • Someone or something to rely on - A person or thing that can be trusted and depended on.

  • To make a profit - To gain a benefit or advantage.

  • Thanks to - Acknowledging something as a result of something else.

  • To request - To ask for something.

  • Reliable - Someone or something that can be trusted and depended on.

Name ideas examples

  • Trustworthy - This kanji that conveys trustworthiness and reliability.

  • Blessing - This kanji that conveys good fortune and blessings.

  • Profit - This kanji that conveys success and prosperity.

  • Request - This kanji that conveys a request or wish.

means "era, chronicle."

Name ideas examples

  • Record - To remember and honor a special moment or event in life.

  • Order - To bring order and balance to the family.

  • Rule - To remind the child to follow the rules and regulations.

  • Year - To signify the year of the child's birth.

  • Chronicle - To remember the family's history and legacy.

頼葵- Raiki -

Share頼葵 - Raiki -

means "rely, depend on."

  • To rely on - To trust and depend on someone or something.

  • Someone or something to rely on - A person or thing that can be trusted and depended on.

  • To make a profit - To gain a benefit or advantage.

  • Thanks to - Acknowledging something as a result of something else.

  • To request - To ask for something.

  • Reliable - Someone or something that can be trusted and depended on.

Name ideas examples

  • Trustworthy - This kanji that conveys trustworthiness and reliability.

  • Blessing - This kanji that conveys good fortune and blessings.

  • Profit - This kanji that conveys success and prosperity.

  • Request - This kanji that conveys a request or wish.

means "hollyhock, mallow, althea."

  • Aoi - The name of a plant from the family of Aoi plants.

  • A symbol of good luck and fortune.

Name ideas examples

  • Aoi (葵) - This kanji that symbolizes good luck and fortune, and is associated with the beauty of nature.

  • Aoi (葵) - This kanji that symbolizes hope, joy, and optimism.

  • Aoi (葵) - This kanji that symbolizes strength, resilience, and courage.

頼輝- Raiki -

Share頼輝 - Raiki -

means "rely, depend on."

  • To rely on - To trust and depend on someone or something.

  • Someone or something to rely on - A person or thing that can be trusted and depended on.

  • To make a profit - To gain a benefit or advantage.

  • Thanks to - Acknowledging something as a result of something else.

  • To request - To ask for something.

  • Reliable - Someone or something that can be trusted and depended on.

Name ideas examples

  • Trustworthy - This kanji that conveys trustworthiness and reliability.

  • Blessing - This kanji that conveys good fortune and blessings.

  • Profit - This kanji that conveys success and prosperity.

  • Request - This kanji that conveys a request or wish.

means "radiance, brilliance."

  • Shine - To emit or reflect light, to be bright and radiant.

  • Illuminate - To light up, to make something visible or clear.

  • Glow - To emit a steady, bright light.

  • Radiance - A bright, glowing light.

  • Splendor - Magnificent and dazzling beauty.

Name ideas examples

  • Shine - To bring brightness and joy to the world.

  • Illuminate - To bring clarity and understanding to the world.

  • Glow - To bring warmth and comfort to the world.

  • Radiance - To bring beauty and light to the world.

  • Splendor - To bring grandeur and magnificence to the world.

頼騎- Raiki -

Share頼騎 - Raiki -

means "rely, depend on."

  • To rely on - To trust and depend on someone or something.

  • Someone or something to rely on - A person or thing that can be trusted and depended on.

  • To make a profit - To gain a benefit or advantage.

  • Thanks to - Acknowledging something as a result of something else.

  • To request - To ask for something.

  • Reliable - Someone or something that can be trusted and depended on.

Name ideas examples

  • Trustworthy - This kanji that conveys trustworthiness and reliability.

  • Blessing - This kanji that conveys good fortune and blessings.

  • Profit - This kanji that conveys success and prosperity.

  • Request - This kanji that conveys a request or wish.

means "cavalry, horseback riding."

Name ideas examples

  • Ride - It conveys the idea of freedom and adventure. It also implies that the child will be able to explore the world and experience new things.

  • Mount - It conveys the idea of strength and power. It also implies that the child will be able to overcome obstacles and reach their goals.

  • Stride - It conveys the idea of determination and perseverance. It also implies that the child will be able to take on challenges and reach their goals.

  • Cavalry - It conveys the idea of courage and bravery. It also implies that the child will be able to face danger and protect those they love.

頼麒- Raiki -

Share頼麒 - Raiki -

means "rely, depend on."

  • To rely on - To trust and depend on someone or something.

  • Someone or something to rely on - A person or thing that can be trusted and depended on.

  • To make a profit - To gain a benefit or advantage.

  • Thanks to - Acknowledging something as a result of something else.

  • To request - To ask for something.

  • Reliable - Someone or something that can be trusted and depended on.

Name ideas examples

  • Trustworthy - This kanji that conveys trustworthiness and reliability.

  • Blessing - This kanji that conveys good fortune and blessings.

  • Profit - This kanji that conveys success and prosperity.

  • Request - This kanji that conveys a request or wish.

means "mythical creature."

  • The kanji 麒 is used in the word "麒麟" which is an imaginary animal. It is said that when a sage appears in the world, it will show a shining figure. "麒" is male and "麟" is female.

Name ideas examples

  • Brightness - This kanji symbolizes brightness and is often associated with the appearance of a holy figure. It is a suitable name for a baby as it conveys the idea of a child being a source of light and hope.

  • Mythical Creature - The kanji is associated with the mythical creature, the Kirin, which is said to appear when a sage appears in the world. It is a suitable name for a baby as it conveys the idea of a child being a source of wonder and mystery.

  • Strength - The kanji is associated with the strength of the Kirin, which is said to be able to protect the world from evil. It is a suitable name for a baby as it conveys the idea of a child being a source of strength and protection.

  • Balance - The kanji is associated with the balance between the male and female Kirin. It is a suitable name for a baby as it conveys the idea of a child being a source of balance and harmony.

らいき- Raiki -

Shareらいき - Raiki -

Hiragana and katakana, which are phonetic but without inherent meaning.

紅獅子- Raiki -

Share紅獅子 - Raiki -

means "crimson, deep red."

  • Red - A bright, vivid red color.

  • Pigment - A red pigment used in cosmetics.

  • Woman - A woman, especially one with a single red feature.

  • Silk - Red silk fabric.

Name ideas examples

  • Red - Symbolizing passion, energy, and life.

  • Pigment - Representing beauty and creativity.

  • Woman - Representing strength and resilience.

  • Silk - Representing elegance and grace.

means "lion, king of beasts."

  • Lion - A large, powerful, and majestic animal, often seen as a symbol of strength and courage.

  • Shishi - A mythical creature in Japanese folklore, often depicted as a lion-like creature with a long mane and a large, round head.

Name ideas examples

  • Strength - A quality of being strong and powerful, both physically and mentally.

  • Courage - The ability to face difficult or dangerous situations with bravery and determination.

  • Majesty - The quality of being grand, dignified, and impressive.

means "child, offspring, young, junior, small thing."

  • Child - A child born from parents.

  • Female Name - Used as a female name.

  • Boy - For usage with "子" for boys and "女" for girls.

  • Respectful Address - A respectful address for teachers, masters, and people of knowledge and status.

  • Thinker - A person knowledgeable in scholarship and philosophy, as well as their writings and thoughts.

  • Seed - A fruit or a biological egg.

  • Small Thing - A small or fine thing.

  • Rank - The fourth rank of the five-rank peerage system (公・侯・伯・子・男).

  • Direction - The first of the twelve directions, representing the north.

  • Time - The twelfth hour of the night, and the two hours before and after it.

  • Rat - The first of the twelve signs of the Chinese zodiac.

Name ideas examples

  • Child - A child born from parents.

  • Female - Used as a name for a female.

  • Boy - For usage with "子" for boys and "女" for girls.

  • Adult Male - A respectful title for teachers, masters, and people of high academic or social standing.

  • Philosopher - A person who is knowledgeable in academic studies and their writings or thoughts.

  • Fruit - A seed or fruit, or an animal egg.

  • Small - Something small or fine.

  • Rank - The fourth rank of the five-rank peerage system (duke, marquis, count, viscount, and baron).

  • Direction - The first of the twelve Chinese zodiac animals, representing the north direction and the night time from 12 to 2 o'clock.

  • Rat - The first of the twelve signs of the Chinese zodiac

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