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Ookubo
Click to speech おおくぼShare this page

  • Hiraganatip:おおくぼ
  • Katakanatip:オオクボ
  • Householdstip:aprx. 30,000
  • English transcriptiontip:Ookubo

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 Ookubo, kanji choices are listed below, sorted by the households number in Japan.

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大久保- Ookubo -

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means "big, large, great."

  • Big - Large in size, degree, or amount.

  • Excellent - Outstanding or of superior quality.

  • Greatly - To a great extent.

  • Arrogant - Having an attitude of superiority or haughtiness.

  • Approximately - Generally or roughly.

  • Respectful - Showing respect or reverence for someone or something.

  • Grand - Of great size, scope, or extent.

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

means "preserve, protect, guarantee."

  • Protect - To maintain a certain state or condition.

  • Ensure - To make sure something is safe and secure.

  • Nurture - To care for and raise.

  • Shelter - To provide assistance and protection.

  • Undertake - To take on responsibility.

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

  • Guardian - Someone who looks after and protects someone or something.

  • Employee - Someone who is hired to do a job.

  • Householdstip: aprx. 30,000

大窪- Ookubo -

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means "big, large, great."

  • Big - Large in size, degree, or amount.

  • Excellent - Outstanding or of superior quality.

  • Greatly - To a great extent.

  • Arrogant - Having an attitude of superiority or haughtiness.

  • Approximately - Generally or roughly.

  • Respectful - Showing respect or reverence for someone or something.

  • Grand - Of great size, scope, or extent.

means "depression, hollow, concavity."

  • Low - Describes something that is lower than the average or normal level.

  • Hollow - Describes a depression or indentation in a surface.

  • To Dig - Describes the action of digging or making a hole.

  • Householdstip: aprx. 2,000

小久保- Ookubo -

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Share小久保 - Ookubo -

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 "long time, old, long-cherished."

means "preserve, protect, guarantee."

  • Protect - To maintain a certain state or condition.

  • Ensure - To make sure something is safe and secure.

  • Nurture - To care for and raise.

  • Shelter - To provide assistance and protection.

  • Undertake - To take on responsibility.

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

  • Guardian - Someone who looks after and protects someone or something.

  • Employee - Someone who is hired to do a job.

  • Householdstip: aprx. 80

太久保- Ookubo -

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means "thick, fat, big."

  • Great - Used as a respectful title for elderly people or those of high status.

  • Thick - Describes something that is physically thick.

  • Obese - Describes someone who is overweight.

  • Arrogant - Describes someone who is overly confident.

  • Bold - Describes someone who is daring.

  • Gain Weight - Describes someone who is becoming overweight.

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

means "preserve, protect, guarantee."

  • Protect - To maintain a certain state or condition.

  • Ensure - To make sure something is safe and secure.

  • Nurture - To care for and raise.

  • Shelter - To provide assistance and protection.

  • Undertake - To take on responsibility.

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

  • Guardian - Someone who looks after and protects someone or something.

  • Employee - Someone who is hired to do a job.

  • Householdstip: under 10

大工保- Ookubo -

Share大工保 - Ookubo -

means "big, large, great."

  • Big - Large in size, degree, or amount.

  • Excellent - Outstanding or of superior quality.

  • Greatly - To a great extent.

  • Arrogant - Having an attitude of superiority or haughtiness.

  • Approximately - Generally or roughly.

  • Respectful - Showing respect or reverence for someone or something.

  • Grand - Of great size, scope, or extent.

means "work, construction, engineering."

  • Craftsman - A skilled worker who creates things with superior technique.

  • Skillful - Possessing great skill or expertise.

  • Artisan - A person who is skilled in a craft or trade.

  • Make - To create or produce something.

  • Workmanship - The skill or quality of work done by a craftsman.

means "preserve, protect, guarantee."

  • Protect - To maintain a certain state or condition.

  • Ensure - To make sure something is safe and secure.

  • Nurture - To care for and raise.

  • Shelter - To provide assistance and protection.

  • Undertake - To take on responsibility.

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

  • Guardian - Someone who looks after and protects someone or something.

  • Employee - Someone who is hired to do a job.

  • Householdstip: under 10

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