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Kurisu
Click to speech くりすShare this page

  • Hiraganatip:くりす
  • Katakanatip:クリス
  • Householdstip:aprx. 3,000
  • English transcriptiontip:Kurisu

Names and Meanings by Kanji - 5 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 Kurisu, kanji choices are listed below, sorted by the households number in Japan.

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栗栖- Kurisu -

Share栗栖 - Kurisu -

means "chestnut."

  • Chestnut - A deciduous tree of the family Betulaceae.

  • Trembling - To shake or quiver with fear, cold, or other emotion.

  • Severe - Very cold or harsh.

means "dwelling, nest, roost."

  • Dwell - To live in a particular place or environment.

  • Shelter - To provide protection or safety from harm or danger.

  • Nest - A structure built by a bird to lay eggs and raise young.

  • Householdstip: aprx. 2,000

栗須- Kurisu -

Share栗須 - Kurisu -

means "chestnut."

  • Chestnut - A deciduous tree of the family Betulaceae.

  • Trembling - To shake or quiver with fear, cold, or other emotion.

  • Severe - Very cold or harsh.

means "must, necessary, required."

  • Necessary - Required or essential.

  • Use - To use or employ something.

  • Request - To ask for something.

  • Wait - To remain in a state of expectation.

  • Await - To wait for something to happen.

  • Anticipate - To look forward to something.

  • Awhile - For a short period of time.

  • Chin Beard - A small beard on the chin.

  • Householdstip: aprx. 300

栗巣- Kurisu -

Share栗巣 - Kurisu -

means "chestnut."

  • Chestnut - A deciduous tree of the family Betulaceae.

  • Trembling - To shake or quiver with fear, cold, or other emotion.

  • Severe - Very cold or harsh.

means "nest, den, hive."

  • Nest - A home for birds.

  • Habitat - A place for animals and insects to live.

  • Hideout - A place for thieves and other criminals to hide.

  • Householdstip: aprx. 90

久利須- Kurisu -

Share久利須 - Kurisu -

means "long time, old, long-cherished."

means "profit, benefit, advantage."

means "must, necessary, required."

  • Necessary - Required or essential.

  • Use - To use or employ something.

  • Request - To ask for something.

  • Wait - To remain in a state of expectation.

  • Await - To wait for something to happen.

  • Anticipate - To look forward to something.

  • Awhile - For a short period of time.

  • Chin Beard - A small beard on the chin.

  • Householdstip: under 10

栗洲- Kurisu -

Share栗洲 - Kurisu -

means "chestnut."

  • Chestnut - A deciduous tree of the family Betulaceae.

  • Trembling - To shake or quiver with fear, cold, or other emotion.

  • Severe - Very cold or harsh.

means "continent, sandbar."

  • Island - A small island in a river or lake.

  • Continent - A large landmass, such as one of the five major continents.

  • Householdstip: under 10

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