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Okabe
Click to speech おかべShare this page

  • Hiraganatip:おかべ
  • Katakanatip:オカベ
  • Householdstip:aprx. 20,000
  • English transcriptiontip:Okabe

Names and Meanings by Kanji - 8 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 Okabe, kanji choices are listed below, sorted by the households number in Japan.

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岡部- Okabe -

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means "hill, knoll."

  • Hill - A small hill or mound of earth.

  • Mountain - A small mountain or elevated land.

means "section, department, category."

  • Group - A collection of people or things that are organized or classified together.

  • Govern - To exercise authority over, to direct or control.

  • Office - A place where business or public affairs are conducted.

  • Divide - To separate into parts or sections.

  • Village - A small settlement or community, typically one with a church and a few houses.

  • Counter - A word used to count the number of divided parts or sections.

  • Hill - A small elevation of land, usually rounded and not very high.

  • Bureau - A group of people in the imperial court who specialized in a particular task or duty.

  • Unit - A military formation consisting of a number of troops or personnel.

  • Householdstip: aprx. 20,000

阿部- Okabe -

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means "ah, oh, alas."

  • Hill - A large hill.

  • Cove - A curved and winding place.

  • Flatter - To flatter or fawn.

  • Eaves - A roof overhang.

  • Approach - To approach or lean on.

  • Endearment - A word used to express affection when used as a surname or nickname.

  • Pet Name - An affectionate nickname used for a woman's name.

means "section, department, category."

  • Group - A collection of people or things that are organized or classified together.

  • Govern - To exercise authority over, to direct or control.

  • Office - A place where business or public affairs are conducted.

  • Divide - To separate into parts or sections.

  • Village - A small settlement or community, typically one with a church and a few houses.

  • Counter - A word used to count the number of divided parts or sections.

  • Hill - A small elevation of land, usually rounded and not very high.

  • Bureau - A group of people in the imperial court who specialized in a particular task or duty.

  • Unit - A military formation consisting of a number of troops or personnel.

  • Householdstip: aprx. 3,000

岡辺- Okabe -

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means "hill, knoll."

  • Hill - A small hill or mound of earth.

  • Mountain - A small mountain or elevated land.

means "edge, side, vicinity."

  • Edge - The outermost part of something, or the line that marks the outermost part.

  • Periphery - The area that is away from the center or main part.

  • Side - Nearby or adjacent to something.

  • Polygon - The line that marks the outermost part of a polygon in mathematics.

  • Householdstip: aprx. 200

園部- Okabe -

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means "garden, park, plantation."

  • Garden - A place with plants, trees, and flowers.

  • Yard - An outdoor area, usually surrounded by a fence, used for recreation or relaxation.

  • Field - An open area of land used for growing crops or grazing animals.

  • Mausoleum - A large, stately tomb or burial chamber, typically built of stone.

means "section, department, category."

  • Group - A collection of people or things that are organized or classified together.

  • Govern - To exercise authority over, to direct or control.

  • Office - A place where business or public affairs are conducted.

  • Divide - To separate into parts or sections.

  • Village - A small settlement or community, typically one with a church and a few houses.

  • Counter - A word used to count the number of divided parts or sections.

  • Hill - A small elevation of land, usually rounded and not very high.

  • Bureau - A group of people in the imperial court who specialized in a particular task or duty.

  • Unit - A military formation consisting of a number of troops or personnel.

  • Householdstip: aprx. 100

岡戸- Okabe -

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means "hill, knoll."

  • Hill - A small hill or mound of earth.

  • Mountain - A small mountain or elevated land.

means "door, household, family, counter for houses."

  • Door, Entrance - The entrance or exit of a house or room.

  • House - A house or dwelling.

  • Amount of Alcohol - The amount of alcohol that can be consumed.

  • Name - Used as a name or place name.

  • Householdstip: aprx. 10

小加部- Okabe -

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means "small, little, tiny."

  • Small - Refers to something that is of a small size or amount.

  • Insignificant - Refers to something that is not important or of little value.

  • Young - Refers to someone who is young in age.

  • Humble - Refers to someone who speaks of themselves in a humble manner.

  • Prefix - Used as a prefix to modify the meaning of a word or phrase.

means "add, include, augment."

means "section, department, category."

  • Group - A collection of people or things that are organized or classified together.

  • Govern - To exercise authority over, to direct or control.

  • Office - A place where business or public affairs are conducted.

  • Divide - To separate into parts or sections.

  • Village - A small settlement or community, typically one with a church and a few houses.

  • Counter - A word used to count the number of divided parts or sections.

  • Hill - A small elevation of land, usually rounded and not very high.

  • Bureau - A group of people in the imperial court who specialized in a particular task or duty.

  • Unit - A military formation consisting of a number of troops or personnel.

  • Householdstip: aprx. 10

岡邊- Okabe -

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means "hill, knoll."

  • Hill - A small hill or mound of earth.

  • Mountain - A small mountain or elevated land.

means "."

  • Householdstip: under 10

小壁- Okabe -

Share小壁 - Okabe -

means "small, little, tiny."

  • Small - Refers to something that is of a small size or amount.

  • Insignificant - Refers to something that is not important or of little value.

  • Young - Refers to someone who is young in age.

  • Humble - Refers to someone who speaks of themselves in a humble manner.

  • Prefix - Used as a prefix to modify the meaning of a word or phrase.

means "wall."

  • Wall - A structure that surrounds a house or divides rooms within a house.

  • Fortress - A wall built to protect against enemy invasion.

  • Building a fortress - Building a fortress and taking refuge within it.

  • Cliff - A steep incline resembling a wall.

  • Householdstip: under 10

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