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Makino
Click to speech まきのShare this page

  • Hiraganatip:まきの
  • Katakanatip:マキノ
  • Householdstip:aprx. 30,000
  • English transcriptiontip:Makino

Names and Meanings by Kanji - 14 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 Makino, kanji choices are listed below, sorted by the households number in Japan.

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牧野- Makino -

Share牧野 - Makino -

means "pasture, grazing land."

  • To raise or keep livestock - This includes raising cattle, horses, and other animals.

  • Pasture - A place where livestock is kept in a free-range environment.

  • Official - A government official or local administrator.

  • To nurture - To teach and guide, such as raising animals.

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. 20,000

槙野- Makino -

Share槙野 - Makino -

means "Japanese evergreen oak."

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. 1,000

巻野- Makino -

Share巻野 - Makino -

means "roll, volume, scroll, bookbinding."

  • To roll up or wind up - To wrap or coil something up, such as a scroll or book.

  • To bend or twist - To curve or turn in a winding or serpentine manner.

  • Beautiful - Attractive or pleasing in appearance.

  • A fist - A clenched hand, usually used to express determination or strength.

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. 100

蒔野- Makino -

Share蒔野 - Makino -

means "sow, scatter, plant."

  • Plant - To plant or replant plants.

  • Name - Jira, a type of grass.

  • Scatter - To scatter seeds or powder.

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. 80

牧田- Makino -

Share牧田 - Makino -

means "pasture, grazing land."

  • To raise or keep livestock - This includes raising cattle, horses, and other animals.

  • Pasture - A place where livestock is kept in a free-range environment.

  • Official - A government official or local administrator.

  • To nurture - To teach and guide, such as raising animals.

means "rice field, rice paddy."

  • Householdstip: aprx. 60

槙納- Makino -

Share槙納 - Makino -

means "Japanese evergreen oak."

means "payment, supply, acceptance."

  • Receive - To accept or take in something.

  • Insert - To place something inside.

  • Draw in - To bring something in.

  • Adopt - To take something in and make it part of something.

  • Store - To put something away for safekeeping.

  • Accommodate - To make room for something.

  • Conclude - To bring something to an end.

  • Offer - To present something for consideration.

  • Pay - To give money in exchange for something.

  • Settle - To pay a debt or obligation.

  • Householdstip: aprx. 50

槙埜- Makino -

Share槙埜 - Makino -

means "Japanese evergreen oak."

means "field, plain."

  • Open field or plain - A wide, open area of land.

  • Rural area - Outside of the city, in the countryside.

  • Common people - Opposite of the court or government.

  • Humble - Plain, unadorned, and unpretentious.

  • Region - A large area or expanse.

  • Wild - Untamed, unruly, and natural.

  • Isolated - Uninhabited, uncultivated, and undeveloped.

  • Householdstip: aprx. 30

間木野- Makino -

Share間木野 - Makino -

means "interval, space, time, room, pause."

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.

  • Householdstip: aprx. 20

真木野- Makino -

Share真木野 - Makino -

means "truth, reality, genuine."

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.

  • Householdstip: aprx. 20

巻埜- Makino -

Share巻埜 - Makino -

means "roll, volume, scroll, bookbinding."

  • To roll up or wind up - To wrap or coil something up, such as a scroll or book.

  • To bend or twist - To curve or turn in a winding or serpentine manner.

  • Beautiful - Attractive or pleasing in appearance.

  • A fist - A clenched hand, usually used to express determination or strength.

means "field, plain."

  • Open field or plain - A wide, open area of land.

  • Rural area - Outside of the city, in the countryside.

  • Common people - Opposite of the court or government.

  • Humble - Plain, unadorned, and unpretentious.

  • Region - A large area or expanse.

  • Wild - Untamed, unruly, and natural.

  • Isolated - Uninhabited, uncultivated, and undeveloped.

  • Householdstip: aprx. 10

牧埜- Makino -

Share牧埜 - Makino -

means "pasture, grazing land."

  • To raise or keep livestock - This includes raising cattle, horses, and other animals.

  • Pasture - A place where livestock is kept in a free-range environment.

  • Official - A government official or local administrator.

  • To nurture - To teach and guide, such as raising animals.

means "field, plain."

  • Open field or plain - A wide, open area of land.

  • Rural area - Outside of the city, in the countryside.

  • Common people - Opposite of the court or government.

  • Humble - Plain, unadorned, and unpretentious.

  • Region - A large area or expanse.

  • Wild - Untamed, unruly, and natural.

  • Isolated - Uninhabited, uncultivated, and undeveloped.

  • Householdstip: under 10

槇野- Makino -

Share槇野 - Makino -

means "Japanese evergreen tree."

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

槇納- Makino -

Share槇納 - Makino -

means "Japanese evergreen tree."

means "payment, supply, acceptance."

  • Receive - To accept or take in something.

  • Insert - To place something inside.

  • Draw in - To bring something in.

  • Adopt - To take something in and make it part of something.

  • Store - To put something away for safekeeping.

  • Accommodate - To make room for something.

  • Conclude - To bring something to an end.

  • Offer - To present something for consideration.

  • Pay - To give money in exchange for something.

  • Settle - To pay a debt or obligation.

  • Householdstip: under 10

馬来野- Makino -

Share馬来野 - Makino -

means "horse."

  • Horse - A hoofed mammal of the family Equidae, kept as a domesticated animal.

  • Metaphor - A large animal used as a metaphor.

  • Chess Piece - The pieces in the game of shogi, such as the "dragon horse(竜馬)" and the "keima(桂馬)".

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 "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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