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Kinomura
Click to speech きのむらShare this page

  • Hiraganatip:きのむら
  • Katakanatip:キノムラ
  • Householdstip:aprx. 5,000
  • English transcriptiontip:Kinomura

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 Kinomura, kanji choices are listed below, sorted by the households number in Japan.

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木村- Kinomura -

Share木村 - Kinomura -

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 "village, hamlet."

  • Village - A small rural community, typically with a population of fewer than 300 people.

  • Countryside - A rural area with a peaceful atmosphere, often characterized by farmland and small towns.

  • Rural - Of or relating to the countryside, typically with a population of fewer than 300 people.

  • Rustic - Characterized by a simple, rural lifestyle, often with a traditional or old-fashioned feel.

  • Householdstip: aprx. 4,000

木野村- Kinomura -

Share木野村 - Kinomura -

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 "field, plain, wilderness."

  • Wild - Refers to the natural state of the environment, untamed and free.

  • Open - Refers to the wide open spaces, with no boundaries or restrictions.

  • Unpretentious - Refers to the simplicity and lack of ornamentation.

  • Natural - Refers to the untouched state of the environment, with no human interference.

  • Area - Refers to the geographical area, with its own boundaries and limits.

  • Uninhabited - Refers to the lack of human presence in the area.

  • Countryside - Refers to the rural areas, with its own unique culture and traditions.

means "village, hamlet."

  • Village - A small rural community, typically with a population of fewer than 300 people.

  • Countryside - A rural area with a peaceful atmosphere, often characterized by farmland and small towns.

  • Rural - Of or relating to the countryside, typically with a population of fewer than 300 people.

  • Rustic - Characterized by a simple, rural lifestyle, often with a traditional or old-fashioned feel.

  • Householdstip: aprx. 300

木之村- Kinomura -

Share木之村 - Kinomura -

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 "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 "village, hamlet."

  • Village - A small rural community, typically with a population of fewer than 300 people.

  • Countryside - A rural area with a peaceful atmosphere, often characterized by farmland and small towns.

  • Rural - Of or relating to the countryside, typically with a population of fewer than 300 people.

  • Rustic - Characterized by a simple, rural lifestyle, often with a traditional or old-fashioned feel.

  • Householdstip: aprx. 30

木ノ村- Kinomura -

Share木ノ村 - Kinomura -

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.

is katakana, which is phonetic but without meaning.

means "village, hamlet."

  • Village - A small rural community, typically with a population of fewer than 300 people.

  • Countryside - A rural area with a peaceful atmosphere, often characterized by farmland and small towns.

  • Rural - Of or relating to the countryside, typically with a population of fewer than 300 people.

  • Rustic - Characterized by a simple, rural lifestyle, often with a traditional or old-fashioned feel.

  • Householdstip: aprx. 30

木野邑- Kinomura -

Share木野邑 - Kinomura -

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 "field, plain, wilderness."

  • Wild - Refers to the natural state of the environment, untamed and free.

  • Open - Refers to the wide open spaces, with no boundaries or restrictions.

  • Unpretentious - Refers to the simplicity and lack of ornamentation.

  • Natural - Refers to the untouched state of the environment, with no human interference.

  • Area - Refers to the geographical area, with its own boundaries and limits.

  • Uninhabited - Refers to the lack of human presence in the area.

  • Countryside - Refers to the rural areas, with its own unique culture and traditions.

means "village, hamlet, small town."

  • Country - A sovereign state or nation.

  • Village - A small settlement, typically one smaller than a town.

  • Town - A large settlement, typically one larger than a village.

  • Territory - The land or area controlled by a ruler, such as a king, emperor, or lord.

  • Worry - To feel anxious or troubled about something.

  • Householdstip: under 10

紀ノ村- Kinomura -

Share紀ノ村 - Kinomura -

means "era, chronicle."

is katakana, which is phonetic but without meaning.

means "village, hamlet."

  • Village - A small rural community, typically with a population of fewer than 300 people.

  • Countryside - A rural area with a peaceful atmosphere, often characterized by farmland and small towns.

  • Rural - Of or relating to the countryside, typically with a population of fewer than 300 people.

  • Rustic - Characterized by a simple, rural lifestyle, often with a traditional or old-fashioned feel.

  • Householdstip: under 10

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