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Kyouno
Click to speech きょうのShare this page

  • Hiraganatip:きょうの
  • Katakanatip:キョウノ
  • Householdstip:aprx. 600
  • English transcriptiontip:Kyouno

Names and Meanings by Kanji - 7 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 Kyouno, kanji choices are listed below, sorted by the households number in Japan.

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京野- Kyouno -

Share京野 - Kyouno -

means "kyoto, capital city of Japan during the heian period (794-1185)."

  • Capital city - A city that is the center of a country and has a royal government.

  • Grand - Large and impressive.

  • Hill - A high elevation.

  • Worried - Feeling anxious or concerned.

  • Number - A million times a trillion.

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.

  • Householdstip: aprx. 500

教野- Kyouno -

Share教野 - Kyouno -

means "teach, instruct, religion, faith."

  • Teach - To impart knowledge or skills to someone.

  • Guide - To lead or direct someone in the right direction.

  • Instruct - To give someone instructions or advice.

  • Precept - A rule or principle that is intended to regulate behaviour.

  • Doctrine - A set of beliefs or principles taught by a religion.

  • Impose - To force someone to accept or comply with something.

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.

  • Householdstip: aprx. 40

境野- Kyouno -

Share境野 - Kyouno -

means "boundary, border, limit."

  • Boundary - A line that marks the limits of an area

  • Place - A specific location or area

  • State - The condition or situation in which something is found

  • Circumstance - A condition or situation that affects or influences a particular event or situation.

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.

  • Householdstip: aprx. 20

興野- Kyouno -

Share興野 - Kyouno -

means "excitement, interest, enthusiasm."

  • To start something new - To begin something new or to start something up.

  • To raise or use - To raise or use something for a purpose.

  • To build - To construct or build something.

  • To become lively - To become lively or active.

  • To stand up - To stand up or rise up.

  • Enjoyment - To experience pleasure or joy.

  • Delight - To be delighted or to take pleasure in something.

  • Interest - To have an interest in something.

  • To enjoy - To take pleasure in something or to be happy about something.

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.

  • Householdstip: under 10

慶野- Kyouno -

Share慶野 - Kyouno -

means "celebration, joy, happiness."

  • Celebrate (to show joy and happiness) - To express joy and happiness in a festive way.

  • Joy (happiness) - A feeling of great pleasure and delight.

  • Fortune (good luck) - A fortunate or prosperous state of affairs.

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.

  • Householdstip: under 10

郷野- Kyouno -

Share郷野 - Kyouno -

means "village, hometown, rural area."

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.

  • Householdstip: under 10

叶野- Kyouno -

Share叶野 - Kyouno -

means "fulfill, grant, satisfy."

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.

  • Householdstip: under 10

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