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Mitsumori
Click to speech みつもりShare this page

  • Hiraganatip:みつもり
  • Katakanatip:ミツモリ
  • Householdstip:aprx. 500
  • English transcriptiontip:Mitsumori

Names and Meanings by Kanji - 9 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 Mitsumori, kanji choices are listed below, sorted by the households number in Japan.

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光森- Mitsumori -

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means "light, radiance."

  • Light - Brightness, illumination, to shine, to sparkle.

  • Honor - Fame, reputation, glory.

  • Scene - Appearance, state.

  • Blessing - Benefit, grace.

  • Time - Moment, date.

  • Respect - Showing respect for another's actions. e.g. 光臨(visit)

means "forest, woods."

  • Forest - A place with many trees and lush vegetation.

  • Solemn - A feeling of reverence and respect.

  • Tightening - A feeling of being pulled together.

  • Dim - A feeling of darkness and gloom.

  • Quiet - A feeling of stillness and peace.

  • Householdstip: aprx. 300

三ツ森- Mitsumori -

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means "three, third, threefold."

  • Three - The number three.

  • Three times - Repeating something three times.

  • Third - The third item in a sequence.

  • Frequently - Doing something multiple times.

is katakana, which is phonetic but without meaning.

means "forest, woods."

  • Forest - A place with many trees and lush vegetation.

  • Solemn - A feeling of reverence and respect.

  • Tightening - A feeling of being pulled together.

  • Dim - A feeling of darkness and gloom.

  • Quiet - A feeling of stillness and peace.

  • Householdstip: aprx. 70

三森- Mitsumori -

Share三森 - Mitsumori -

means "three, third, threefold."

  • Three - The number three.

  • Three times - Repeating something three times.

  • Third - The third item in a sequence.

  • Frequently - Doing something multiple times.

means "forest, woods."

  • Forest - A place with many trees and lush vegetation.

  • Solemn - A feeling of reverence and respect.

  • Tightening - A feeling of being pulled together.

  • Dim - A feeling of darkness and gloom.

  • Quiet - A feeling of stillness and peace.

  • Householdstip: aprx. 60

光守- Mitsumori -

Share光守 - Mitsumori -

means "light, radiance."

  • Light - Brightness, illumination, to shine, to sparkle.

  • Honor - Fame, reputation, glory.

  • Scene - Appearance, state.

  • Blessing - Benefit, grace.

  • Time - Moment, date.

  • Respect - Showing respect for another's actions. e.g. 光臨(visit)

means "protect, defend, obey."

  • Protect, Guard - To protect or guard someone or something.

  • Endure - To be able to withstand or bear something.

  • Maintain - To keep something in a certain state or condition.

  • Watch, Observe - To keep an eye on something and not let it out of sight.

  • Shelter, Shield - To provide protection or safety.

  • Defend, Fortify - To prepare or equip for defense.

  • Governor - A local or regional official in charge of a district or group.

  • Amulet - A charm or object believed to bring good luck or protection.

  • Caretaker - Someone who looks after or takes care of someone or something.

  • Householdstip: aprx. 30

満森- Mitsumori -

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means "full, complete, satisfied."

  • Fulfill - To satisfy or complete a requirement or expectation.

  • Fill - To make full or complete.

  • Be Full - To be completely filled or occupied.

  • Satisfy - To meet the needs or desires of someone.

  • Entirety - The whole or complete amount of something.

  • All - Everything or everyone included in a group.

  • Every - Each and every one of a group.

  • Reach - To extend or arrive at a destination.

means "forest, woods."

  • Forest - A place with many trees and lush vegetation.

  • Solemn - A feeling of reverence and respect.

  • Tightening - A feeling of being pulled together.

  • Dim - A feeling of darkness and gloom.

  • Quiet - A feeling of stillness and peace.

  • Householdstip: aprx. 20

光盛- Mitsumori -

Share光盛 - Mitsumori -

means "light, radiance."

  • Light - Brightness, illumination, to shine, to sparkle.

  • Honor - Fame, reputation, glory.

  • Scene - Appearance, state.

  • Blessing - Benefit, grace.

  • Time - Moment, date.

  • Respect - Showing respect for another's actions. e.g. 光臨(visit)

means "to heap up, to pile up, to serve (food) generously."

  • Householdstip: aprx. 20

三盛- Mitsumori -

Share三盛 - Mitsumori -

means "three, third, threefold."

  • Three - The number three.

  • Three times - Repeating something three times.

  • Third - The third item in a sequence.

  • Frequently - Doing something multiple times.

means "to heap up, to pile up, to serve (food) generously."

  • Householdstip: aprx. 10

三守- Mitsumori -

Share三守 - Mitsumori -

means "three, third, threefold."

  • Three - The number three.

  • Three times - Repeating something three times.

  • Third - The third item in a sequence.

  • Frequently - Doing something multiple times.

means "protect, defend, obey."

  • Protect, Guard - To protect or guard someone or something.

  • Endure - To be able to withstand or bear something.

  • Maintain - To keep something in a certain state or condition.

  • Watch, Observe - To keep an eye on something and not let it out of sight.

  • Shelter, Shield - To provide protection or safety.

  • Defend, Fortify - To prepare or equip for defense.

  • Governor - A local or regional official in charge of a district or group.

  • Amulet - A charm or object believed to bring good luck or protection.

  • Caretaker - Someone who looks after or takes care of someone or something.

  • Householdstip: under 10

三津守- Mitsumori -

Share三津守 - Mitsumori -

means "three, third, threefold."

  • Three - The number three.

  • Three times - Repeating something three times.

  • Third - The third item in a sequence.

  • Frequently - Doing something multiple times.

means "port, haven, ferry, ford."

  • Harbor, Port - A place where ships dock and unload cargo.

  • Crossing, Ferry - A place where people and goods can cross a body of water.

  • Moisture - Water that seeps, gushes, overflows, or moistens something.

  • Fluid - Bodily fluids such as saliva, sweat, and tears.

  • Clue, Guide - A hint or indication that can be used to lead someone in the right direction.

means "protect, defend, obey."

  • Protect, Guard - To protect or guard someone or something.

  • Endure - To be able to withstand or bear something.

  • Maintain - To keep something in a certain state or condition.

  • Watch, Observe - To keep an eye on something and not let it out of sight.

  • Shelter, Shield - To provide protection or safety.

  • Defend, Fortify - To prepare or equip for defense.

  • Governor - A local or regional official in charge of a district or group.

  • Amulet - A charm or object believed to bring good luck or protection.

  • Caretaker - Someone who looks after or takes care of someone or something.

  • Householdstip: under 10

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