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Sano
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  • Hiraganatip:さの
  • Katakanatip:サノ
  • Householdstip:aprx. 50,000
  • English transcriptiontip:Sano

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

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佐野- Sano -

Share佐野 - Sano -

means "assistant, help, aid."

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. 50,000

左野- Sano -

Share左野 - Sano -

means "left, left-hand side."

  • Left - The side to the left. To go to the left.

  • East - The direction of east. When facing south, the left is east.

  • Lower - Lower in rank. From ancient China, where the right was honored.

  • Proof - A seal or evidence.

  • Help - To give assistance.

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. 60

佐埜- Sano -

Share佐埜 - Sano -

means "assistant, help, aid."

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

作野- Sano -

Share作野 - Sano -

means "make, create, produce."

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. 10

茶野- Sano -

Share茶野 - Sano -

means "tea."

  • Tea Tree - A evergreen, low-growing tree of the Camellia family, whose leaves are used to make tea.

  • Tea Color - A dark brown color.

  • Tea Ceremony - A traditional Japanese ritual of preparing and drinking tea.

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

佐濃- Sano -

Share佐濃 - Sano -

means "assistant, help, aid."

means "dense, concentrated, strong, dark."

  • Householdstip: under 10

茶埜- Sano -

Share茶埜 - Sano -

means "tea."

  • Tea Tree - A evergreen, low-growing tree of the Camellia family, whose leaves are used to make tea.

  • Tea Color - A dark brown color.

  • Tea Ceremony - A traditional Japanese ritual of preparing and drinking tea.

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

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