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Hashiba
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  • Hiraganatip:はしば
  • Katakanatip:ハシバ
  • Householdstip:aprx. 3,000
  • English transcriptiontip:Hashiba

Names and Meanings by Kanji - 14 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.
Even surnames with the same reading have different meanings depending on how the kanji characters are applied.
For Hashiba, kanji choices are listed below, sorted by the households number in Japan.

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橋場- Hashiba -

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means "bridge, span, arch."

  • A structure that spans a river, valley, or other body of water, typically made of stone, wood, or metal.

  • To span or cross over something.

  • To support or hold up something.

means "place, location, scene, setting."

  • A place where people gather or hold an event.

  • A place that has been purified for the purpose of worshipping a god.

  • A moment or a period of time.

  • A scene in a play.

  • Householdstip: aprx. 2,000

羽柴- Hashiba -

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means "feather, wing."

  • Feathers - The feathers of a bird or insect.

  • Bird - A bird or other avian species.

  • Ornament - An ornament held in the hand when dancing.

  • Help - Something that provides assistance. An assistant.

  • Numeral - A numeral used to count birds or rabbits.

means "firewood, brushwood."

  • A small shrub that grows in the mountains and fields.

  • Bundles of branches cut from the shrub.

  • A festival in which the shrub is burned to honor the gods.

  • Householdstip: aprx. 1,000

葉柴- Hashiba -

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means "leaf, blade of a plant."

  • Leaf - A thin and flat object, like a leaf of a plant or tree.

  • Sheet - A piece of paper or other material.

  • Parting - The end of something.

  • Era - A period of time.

means "firewood, brushwood."

  • A small shrub that grows in the mountains and fields.

  • Bundles of branches cut from the shrub.

  • A festival in which the shrub is burned to honor the gods.

  • Householdstip: aprx. 50

橋羽- Hashiba -

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means "bridge, span, arch."

  • A structure that spans a river, valley, or other body of water, typically made of stone, wood, or metal.

  • To span or cross over something.

  • To support or hold up something.

means "feather, wing."

  • Feathers - The feathers of a bird or insect.

  • Bird - A bird or other avian species.

  • Ornament - An ornament held in the hand when dancing.

  • Help - Something that provides assistance. An assistant.

  • Numeral - A numeral used to count birds or rabbits.

  • Householdstip: aprx. 50

波柴- Hashiba -

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means "wave, billow, surge."

  • Wave - Movement of the water surface caused by the wind. Also, something in a wave-like shape.

  • Ripple - When a wave is created.

  • Something that is transmitted like a wave. Something that moves like a wave.

  • Abbreviation of the country name "Poland" (波蘭).

means "firewood, brushwood."

  • A small shrub that grows in the mountains and fields.

  • Bundles of branches cut from the shrub.

  • A festival in which the shrub is burned to honor the gods.

  • Householdstip: aprx. 40

榛葉- Hashiba -

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means "hazelnut tree."

  • A deciduous shrub of the genus Corylus, typically found in areas with dense vegetation.

  • A deciduous tree of the genus Corylus, typically found in areas with dense vegetation.

means "leaf, blade of a plant."

  • Leaf - A thin and flat object, like a leaf of a plant or tree.

  • Sheet - A piece of paper or other material.

  • Parting - The end of something.

  • Era - A period of time.

  • Householdstip: aprx. 10

端羽- Hashiba -

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means "edge, tip, end."

means "feather, wing."

  • Feathers - The feathers of a bird or insect.

  • Bird - A bird or other avian species.

  • Ornament - An ornament held in the hand when dancing.

  • Help - Something that provides assistance. An assistant.

  • Numeral - A numeral used to count birds or rabbits.

  • Householdstip: aprx. 10

櫨場- Hashiba -

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means "haze tree. a deciduous tall tree of the poison oak family."

means "place, location, scene, setting."

  • A place where people gather or hold an event.

  • A place that has been purified for the purpose of worshipping a god.

  • A moment or a period of time.

  • A scene in a play.

  • Householdstip: under 10

羽芝- Hashiba -

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means "feather, wing."

  • Feathers - The feathers of a bird or insect.

  • Bird - A bird or other avian species.

  • Ornament - An ornament held in the hand when dancing.

  • Help - Something that provides assistance. An assistant.

  • Numeral - A numeral used to count birds or rabbits.

means "shiba, turf, lawn."

  • Grass, Turf - A type of perennial grass that is planted in gardens and on sports fields.

  • Mushroom - A type of mushroom called Mannentake, which is considered a symbol of good luck.

  • Householdstip: under 10

橋波- Hashiba -

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means "bridge, span, arch."

  • A structure that spans a river, valley, or other body of water, typically made of stone, wood, or metal.

  • To span or cross over something.

  • To support or hold up something.

means "wave, billow, surge."

  • Wave - Movement of the water surface caused by the wind. Also, something in a wave-like shape.

  • Ripple - When a wave is created.

  • Something that is transmitted like a wave. Something that moves like a wave.

  • Abbreviation of the country name "Poland" (波蘭).

  • Householdstip: under 10

橋馬- Hashiba -

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means "bridge, span, arch."

  • A structure that spans a river, valley, or other body of water, typically made of stone, wood, or metal.

  • To span or cross over something.

  • To support or hold up something.

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)".

  • Householdstip: under 10

端場- Hashiba -

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means "edge, tip, end."

means "place, location, scene, setting."

  • A place where people gather or hold an event.

  • A place that has been purified for the purpose of worshipping a god.

  • A moment or a period of time.

  • A scene in a play.

  • Householdstip: under 10

橋端- Hashiba -

Share橋端 - Hashiba -

means "bridge, span, arch."

  • A structure that spans a river, valley, or other body of water, typically made of stone, wood, or metal.

  • To span or cross over something.

  • To support or hold up something.

means "edge, tip, end."

  • Householdstip: under 10

橋葉- Hashiba -

Share橋葉 - Hashiba -

means "bridge, span, arch."

  • A structure that spans a river, valley, or other body of water, typically made of stone, wood, or metal.

  • To span or cross over something.

  • To support or hold up something.

means "leaf, blade of a plant."

  • Leaf - A thin and flat object, like a leaf of a plant or tree.

  • Sheet - A piece of paper or other material.

  • Parting - The end of something.

  • Era - A period of time.

  • Householdstip: under 10

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