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Japanese boy(male) name Umatarou
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  • Gender:Male
  • Hiraganatip:うまたろう
  • Katakanatip:ウマタロウ
  • English transcriptiontip:Umatarou, Umataro

Names and Meanings by Kanji - 2 variations

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

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馬太朗- Umatarou -

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means "horse."

  • Horse - A hoofed mammal of the family Equidae, kept as a domesticated animal.

  • Metaphor - A large animal used as a metaphor.

  • Chess Piece - The pieces in the game of shogi, such as the "dragon horse(竜馬)" and the "keima(桂馬)".

Name ideas examples

  • Strength - Horses are strong and powerful animals, and can symbolize strength and power.

  • Freedom - Horses are often associated with freedom and independence, and can be a symbol of these qualities.

  • Loyalty - Horses are loyal and devoted animals, and can be a symbol of loyalty and devotion.

means "thick, fat, big."

  • Great - Used as a respectful title for elderly people or those of high status.

  • Thick - Describes something that is physically thick.

  • Obese - Describes someone who is overweight.

  • Arrogant - Describes someone who is overly confident.

  • Bold - Describes someone who is daring.

  • Gain Weight - Describes someone who is becoming overweight.

Name ideas examples

  • Great - This is a respectful term used to refer to elderly people or those of high status. It can also be used to describe someone who is highly accomplished or has achieved great success.

  • Thick - This is a term used to describe someone who is physically large or has a lot of body fat. It can also be used to describe someone who is strong and sturdy.

  • Bold - This is a term used to describe someone who is brave and daring. It can also be used to describe someone who is confident and unafraid to take risks.

  • Plump - This is a term used to describe someone who is overweight or has a lot of body fat. It can also be used to describe someone who is healthy and well-nourished.

  • Stubborn - This is a term used to describe someone who is headstrong and unwilling to change their opinion or behavior. It can also be used to describe someone who is determined and persistent.

means "bright, clear, serene."

Name ideas examples

  • Bright - This kanji that conveys brightness and cheerfulness.

  • Clear - This kanji that conveys clarity and understanding.

  • Loud - This kanji that conveys strength and confidence.

馬太郎- Umatarou -

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means "horse."

  • Horse - A hoofed mammal of the family Equidae, kept as a domesticated animal.

  • Metaphor - A large animal used as a metaphor.

  • Chess Piece - The pieces in the game of shogi, such as the "dragon horse(竜馬)" and the "keima(桂馬)".

Name ideas examples

  • Strength - Horses are strong and powerful animals, and can symbolize strength and power.

  • Freedom - Horses are often associated with freedom and independence, and can be a symbol of these qualities.

  • Loyalty - Horses are loyal and devoted animals, and can be a symbol of loyalty and devotion.

means "thick, fat, big."

  • Great - Used as a respectful title for elderly people or those of high status.

  • Thick - Describes something that is physically thick.

  • Obese - Describes someone who is overweight.

  • Arrogant - Describes someone who is overly confident.

  • Bold - Describes someone who is daring.

  • Gain Weight - Describes someone who is becoming overweight.

Name ideas examples

  • Great - This is a respectful term used to refer to elderly people or those of high status. It can also be used to describe someone who is highly accomplished or has achieved great success.

  • Thick - This is a term used to describe someone who is physically large or has a lot of body fat. It can also be used to describe someone who is strong and sturdy.

  • Bold - This is a term used to describe someone who is brave and daring. It can also be used to describe someone who is confident and unafraid to take risks.

  • Plump - This is a term used to describe someone who is overweight or has a lot of body fat. It can also be used to describe someone who is healthy and well-nourished.

  • Stubborn - This is a term used to describe someone who is headstrong and unwilling to change their opinion or behavior. It can also be used to describe someone who is determined and persistent.

means "young man, son-in-law."

  • Man - A male adult.

  • Son - A male child, especially a son.

  • Husband - A married man.

  • Young Man - A young male.

Name ideas examples

  • Man - A strong and noble name for a baby boy.

  • Son - This kanji that symbolizes the bond between a father and son.

  • Husband - This kanji that symbolizes the commitment of a man to his family.

  • Young Man - This kanji that symbolizes the potential of a young man.

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