Below are navigation links that will take you to the main text and navigation menus.

Love for Ukraine

21,378 first names, 70,620 last names, 317,184 kanji variations.
one of the best Japanese name searches for a baby!

Horiuchi
Click to speech ほりうちShare this page

  • Hiraganatip:ほりうち
  • Katakanatip:ホリウチ
  • Householdstip:aprx. 20,000
  • English transcriptiontip:Horiuchi

Names and Meanings by Kanji - 6 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 Horiuchi, kanji choices are listed below, sorted by the households number in Japan.

Introduction to how Japanese names work About this site's data of last names

Name Filter

堀内- Horiuchi -

Share堀内 - Horiuchi -

means "moat, ditch."

  • Hole - A hole or opening in the ground.

  • Cave - A room or chamber dug into the ground.

  • Pond - A river or pond dug into the ground to allow water to flow through.

means "inside, within."

  • Inside - Refers to the inside of a certain range.

  • Internal - Refers to the inside of something.

  • During a period of time - Refers to a certain period of time.

  • Within the palace - Refers to the inside of a palace.

  • Within the family - Refers to the inside of a family, such as a wife.

  • Enter - Refers to entering something.

  • Secretly - Refers to doing something secretly.

  • Cherish - Refers to cherishing something.

  • Put in - Refers to putting something inside something else.

  • Store - Refers to storing something.

  • Householdstip: aprx. 20,000

堀之内- Horiuchi -

Share堀之内 - Horiuchi -

means "moat, ditch."

  • Hole - A hole or opening in the ground.

  • Cave - A room or chamber dug into the ground.

  • Pond - A river or pond dug into the ground to allow water to flow through.

means "of, this, that."

  • This, That, These, Those - Used to refer to people, things, or events.

  • To Go, To Reach - Used to indicate that something has arrived or is going somewhere.

  • Of - Read as “no(の)” and used to indicate the subject of a sentence.

means "inside, within."

  • Inside - Refers to the inside of a certain range.

  • Internal - Refers to the inside of something.

  • During a period of time - Refers to a certain period of time.

  • Within the palace - Refers to the inside of a palace.

  • Within the family - Refers to the inside of a family, such as a wife.

  • Enter - Refers to entering something.

  • Secretly - Refers to doing something secretly.

  • Cherish - Refers to cherishing something.

  • Put in - Refers to putting something inside something else.

  • Store - Refers to storing something.

  • Householdstip: aprx. 80

堀打- Horiuchi -

Share堀打 - Horiuchi -

means "moat, ditch."

  • Hole - A hole or opening in the ground.

  • Cave - A room or chamber dug into the ground.

  • Pond - A river or pond dug into the ground to allow water to flow through.

means "hit, strike, beat, knock, tap."

  • To Hit, To Strike - To perform an action by hitting or striking something.

  • To Take, To Buy - To perform an action of taking or buying something.

  • A dozen - A group of twelve items.

  • Householdstip: aprx. 10

掘内- Horiuchi -

Share掘内 - Horiuchi -

means "dig, excavate, unearth."

  • Dig - To dig a hole or make a hole.

  • Strong - Having a strong core or being strong-willed.

means "inside, within."

  • Inside - Refers to the inside of a certain range.

  • Internal - Refers to the inside of something.

  • During a period of time - Refers to a certain period of time.

  • Within the palace - Refers to the inside of a palace.

  • Within the family - Refers to the inside of a family, such as a wife.

  • Enter - Refers to entering something.

  • Secretly - Refers to doing something secretly.

  • Cherish - Refers to cherishing something.

  • Put in - Refers to putting something inside something else.

  • Store - Refers to storing something.

  • Householdstip: aprx. 10

湟打- Horiuchi -

Share湟打 - Horiuchi -

means "a pond. a moat around a castle."

means "hit, strike, beat, knock, tap."

  • To Hit, To Strike - To perform an action by hitting or striking something.

  • To Take, To Buy - To perform an action of taking or buying something.

  • A dozen - A group of twelve items.

  • Householdstip: under 10

堀家- Horiuchi -

Share堀家 - Horiuchi -

means "moat, ditch."

  • Hole - A hole or opening in the ground.

  • Cave - A room or chamber dug into the ground.

  • Pond - A river or pond dug into the ground to allow water to flow through.

means "house, home, family."

  • House, Residence - A building where people live.

  • Family - A group of people related by blood or marriage.

  • Lineage - A group of people descended from a common ancestor.

  • Specialty - A branch of knowledge or art. People belonging to it.

  • To Live - To inhabit or reside in a place.

  • Householdstip: under 10

Explore names by Tags

Similar names to Horiuchi

Last names that have the same initial of H.

Share this page

Share this pageShare

Share this link via

Or copy link

Love for Ukraine

Supporting Ukraine Kids together

As the situation in Ukraine escalates, I feel with emotions too overwhelming to name. There are many children in Ukraine whose homes have been destroyed and without food and water. Gentle support is needed.

Please donate to Save the Children.

According to Google Analytics, Japanese Names.info has been visited from 217 countries and regions for 30 days. Of course, Ukrainian and Russian users are also included.

For the kind Russian people

Apparently this isn't broadcast on Russian TV, but what the Russian government is doing isn't actually a peacekeeping operation, but is more correctly described as an invasion and looting of your relative's country, Ukraine.

The only power that can change the reality in Ukraine is for the Russian people to speak out. Please touch the world media outside of Russia to see how your government is causing the tragic situation. Thank you for a peaceful world!

e.g. UNICEF, Red Cross