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Sengoku
Click to speech せんごくShare this page

  • Hiraganatip:せんごく
  • Katakanatip:センゴク
  • Householdstip:aprx. 2,000
  • English transcriptiontip:Sengoku

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

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仙石- Sengoku -

Share仙石 - Sengoku -

means "hermit, immortal."

  • Sage - A person said to have attained the technique of immortality and eternal youth through training in the mountains.

  • Hermit - A person who lives in the mountains, away from the secular world.

  • Nimble - A person who is as nimble as a sage.

  • Cent - The phonetic translation of the American currency unit "cent".

means "stone, rock."

  • Rock or Stone - A hard object made of stone.

  • Unyielding - Used to describe something that is unyielding or inflexible.

  • Worthless - Used to describe something that has no value or is of no use.

  • Powder - A mineral substance in powder form.

  • Unit of Measurement - A unit of measurement for volume.

  • Unit of Cargo - A unit of measurement for cargo capacity on a ship.

  • Householdstip: aprx. 1,000

千石- Sengoku -

Share千石 - Sengoku -

means "thousand."

  • Thousand - A number representing ten hundred times.

  • Many - Representing a large amount.

means "stone, rock."

  • Rock or Stone - A hard object made of stone.

  • Unyielding - Used to describe something that is unyielding or inflexible.

  • Worthless - Used to describe something that has no value or is of no use.

  • Powder - A mineral substance in powder form.

  • Unit of Measurement - A unit of measurement for volume.

  • Unit of Cargo - A unit of measurement for cargo capacity on a ship.

  • Householdstip: aprx. 400

仙国- Sengoku -

Share仙国 - Sengoku -

means "hermit, immortal."

  • Sage - A person said to have attained the technique of immortality and eternal youth through training in the mountains.

  • Hermit - A person who lives in the mountains, away from the secular world.

  • Nimble - A person who is as nimble as a sage.

  • Cent - The phonetic translation of the American currency unit "cent".

means "country, nation."

  • Country - A nation or state governed by a particular government.

  • Region - An area belonging to a particular government.

  • City - A capital or major city.

  • Home Country - One's own country.

  • Householdstip: under 10

僊石- Sengoku -

Share僊石 - Sengoku -

means "hermit."

means "stone, rock."

  • Rock or Stone - A hard object made of stone.

  • Unyielding - Used to describe something that is unyielding or inflexible.

  • Worthless - Used to describe something that has no value or is of no use.

  • Powder - A mineral substance in powder form.

  • Unit of Measurement - A unit of measurement for volume.

  • Unit of Cargo - A unit of measurement for cargo capacity on a ship.

  • Householdstip: under 10

千斛- Sengoku -

Share千斛 - Sengoku -

means "thousand."

  • Thousand - A number representing ten hundred times.

  • Many - Representing a large amount.

means "squares. measuring instrument for weighing volumes."

  • Householdstip: under 10

仙國- Sengoku -

Share仙國 - Sengoku -

means "hermit, immortal."

  • Sage - A person said to have attained the technique of immortality and eternal youth through training in the mountains.

  • Hermit - A person who lives in the mountains, away from the secular world.

  • Nimble - A person who is as nimble as a sage.

  • Cent - The phonetic translation of the American currency unit "cent".

means "country, nation."

  • Country - A nation or state governed by a particular government.

  • Region - An area belonging to a particular government.

  • City - A capital or major city.

  • Home Country - One's own nation or homeland.

  • Householdstip: under 10

扇谷- Sengoku -

Share扇谷 - Sengoku -

means "fan."

  • Fan - A tool used to create a breeze by waving it.

  • Door - A door of a gate.

  • Wave - To create a breeze by waving a fan or a folding fan.

  • Stir - To stir up, to incite.

means "valley, ravine."

  • Valley - A depression between two mountains.

  • Path - A road or path.

  • Reach a Limit - To reach a point of no return.

  • Nurture - To raise and care for.

  • Householdstip: under 10

仙谷- Sengoku -

Share仙谷 - Sengoku -

means "hermit, immortal."

  • Sage - A person said to have attained the technique of immortality and eternal youth through training in the mountains.

  • Hermit - A person who lives in the mountains, away from the secular world.

  • Nimble - A person who is as nimble as a sage.

  • Cent - The phonetic translation of the American currency unit "cent".

means "valley, ravine."

  • Valley - A depression between two mountains.

  • Path - A road or path.

  • Reach a Limit - To reach a point of no return.

  • Nurture - To raise and care for.

  • Householdstip: under 10

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