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Kihara
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  • Hiraganatip:きはら
  • Katakanatip:キハラ
  • Householdstip:aprx. 10,000
  • English transcriptiontip:Kihara

Names and Meanings by Kanji - 16 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 Kihara, kanji choices are listed below, sorted by the households number in Japan.

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木原- Kihara -

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means "tree, wood."

  • Tree - A large plant with a trunk and branches, typically providing shade and shelter.

  • Lumber - Wood that has been cut into boards or other shapes for use in construction.

  • Material - Wood used as a material for making things.

  • Element - One of the five elements in Chinese philosophy, representing the east and the color blue.

  • Plain - Unadorned and without decoration.

  • Numb - Losing sensation or feeling.

  • Musical Instrument - An instrument made of wood, one of the eight tones (gold, stone, thread, bamboo, gourd, earth, leather, and wood).

  • Thursday - One of the seven days of the week.

means "origin, source, foundation."

  • Householdstip: aprx. 10,000

鬼原- Kihara -

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means "demon, ogre, evil spirit."

  • Ghost - The soul of a deceased person, a spirit, a supernatural being with immense power and mysterious abilities.

  • Yokai - A creature from folklore, usually with human form and two horns.

  • Powerful - Possessing great strength and courage.

  • Imaginative - A creature of the imagination.

  • Cruel - Ruthless and merciless.

  • Huge - Exceptionally large.

means "origin, source, foundation."

  • Householdstip: aprx. 200

桐原- Kihara -

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means "paulownia tree."

  • A deciduous tree of the Gomanno Hagusa family, used for making furniture such as tansu chests and koto.

  • A deciduous tree of the Aogiri family, also known as Gotou.

  • Koto (from the act of making koto with kiri).

means "origin, source, foundation."

  • Householdstip: aprx. 70

黄原- Kihara -

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means "yellow."

means "origin, source, foundation."

  • Householdstip: aprx. 40

喜原- Kihara -

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means "joy, rejoice, pleasure."

means "origin, source, foundation."

  • Householdstip: aprx. 20

季原- Kihara -

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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.

means "origin, source, foundation."

  • Householdstip: aprx. 10

記原- Kihara -

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means "record, chronicle, account."

means "origin, source, foundation."

  • Householdstip: aprx. 10

桔原- Kihara -

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means "kumquat, mandarin orange."

  • Kikyou - A type of perennial grass in the family Kikiyou(桔梗).

  • One of the seven autumn plants in Japan.

means "origin, source, foundation."

  • Householdstip: under 10

起原- Kihara -

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means "to rise, to get up, to stand up."

  • Rise - To get up from a lying or sitting position.

  • Start - To begin or initiate something.

  • Depart - To leave a place or situation.

  • Activate - To cause something to start functioning or to become more active.

  • Stir Up - To cause something to become more lively or vigorous.

  • Initiate - To cause something to begin or to set something in motion.

means "origin, source, foundation."

  • Householdstip: under 10

来原- Kihara -

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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.

means "origin, source, foundation."

  • Householdstip: under 10

岐原- Kihara -

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means "fork, branch, divergence."

  • To divide - To split into two or more parts.

  • To branch off - To separate from a main path or route.

  • A fork in the road - A place where a road or path divides into two or more directions.

means "origin, source, foundation."

  • Householdstip: under 10

郷原- Kihara -

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means "village, hometown, rural area."

means "origin, source, foundation."

  • Householdstip: under 10

向原- Kihara -

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means "direction, orientation, to face, to turn towards."

  • To go towards - This refers to the action of moving in a certain direction.

  • To face - This refers to the action of turning one's face or body towards a certain direction.

  • To direct - This refers to the action of pointing or aiming something towards a certain direction.

  • To proceed towards a certain direction - This refers to the action of moving in a certain direction.

  • Direction - This refers to the orientation or path that something is facing or moving towards.

  • The opposite side - This refers to the side that is opposite to the one that is being referred to.

  • The front - This refers to the side that is facing the person or object that is being referred to.

  • The forward side - This refers to the side that is in front of the person or object that is being referred to.

  • The other side - This refers to the side that is on the other side of the person or object that is being referred to.

  • Suitable - This refers to something that is appropriate or fitting for a certain situation.

means "origin, source, foundation."

  • Householdstip: under 10

生原- Kihara -

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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.

means "origin, source, foundation."

  • Householdstip: under 10

城原- Kihara -

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means "castle, fortress."

  • Building a Castle - Constructing a structure to protect against enemy attacks and invasions.

  • Castle Wall - A wall built around a town to protect against enemy attacks.

  • Castle Town - A town surrounded by a castle wall.

means "origin, source, foundation."

  • Householdstip: under 10

紀原- Kihara -

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means "era, chronicle."

means "origin, source, foundation."

  • Householdstip: under 10

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