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Shimamura
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  • Hiraganatip:しまむら
  • Katakanatip:シマムラ
  • Householdstip:aprx. 10,000
  • English transcriptiontip:Shimamura

Names and Meanings by Kanji - 11 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 Shimamura, kanji choices are listed below, sorted by the households number in Japan.

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島村- Shimamura -

Share島村 - Shimamura -

means "island."

  • Island - A piece of land surrounded by sea or lake on all sides.

means "village, hamlet."

  • Village - A small rural community, typically with a population of fewer than 300 people.

  • Countryside - A rural area with a peaceful atmosphere, often characterized by farmland and small towns.

  • Rural - Of or relating to the countryside, typically with a population of fewer than 300 people.

  • Rustic - Characterized by a simple, rural lifestyle, often with a traditional or old-fashioned feel.

  • Householdstip: aprx. 9,000

嶋村- Shimamura -

Share嶋村 - Shimamura -

means "island, peak."

  • Island - A piece of land surrounded by sea or lake on all sides.

means "village, hamlet."

  • Village - A small rural community, typically with a population of fewer than 300 people.

  • Countryside - A rural area with a peaceful atmosphere, often characterized by farmland and small towns.

  • Rural - Of or relating to the countryside, typically with a population of fewer than 300 people.

  • Rustic - Characterized by a simple, rural lifestyle, often with a traditional or old-fashioned feel.

  • Householdstip: aprx. 2,000

嶌村- Shimamura -

Share嶌村 - Shimamura -

means "island. land surrounded on all sides by sea or lakes."

means "village, hamlet."

  • Village - A small rural community, typically with a population of fewer than 300 people.

  • Countryside - A rural area with a peaceful atmosphere, often characterized by farmland and small towns.

  • Rural - Of or relating to the countryside, typically with a population of fewer than 300 people.

  • Rustic - Characterized by a simple, rural lifestyle, often with a traditional or old-fashioned feel.

  • Householdstip: aprx. 80

島邑- Shimamura -

Share島邑 - Shimamura -

means "island."

  • Island - A piece of land surrounded by sea or lake on all sides.

means "village, hamlet, small town."

  • Country - A sovereign state or nation.

  • Village - A small settlement, typically one smaller than a town.

  • Town - A large settlement, typically one larger than a village.

  • Territory - The land or area controlled by a ruler, such as a king, emperor, or lord.

  • Worry - To feel anxious or troubled about something.

  • Householdstip: aprx. 20

嶋邨- Shimamura -

Share嶋邨 - Shimamura -

means "island, peak."

  • Island - A piece of land surrounded by sea or lake on all sides.

means "village. countryside."

  • Householdstip: under 10

嶋邑- Shimamura -

Share嶋邑 - Shimamura -

means "island, peak."

  • Island - A piece of land surrounded by sea or lake on all sides.

means "village, hamlet, small town."

  • Country - A sovereign state or nation.

  • Village - A small settlement, typically one smaller than a town.

  • Town - A large settlement, typically one larger than a village.

  • Territory - The land or area controlled by a ruler, such as a king, emperor, or lord.

  • Worry - To feel anxious or troubled about something.

  • Householdstip: under 10

志摩邑- Shimamura -

Share志摩邑 - Shimamura -

means "aspiration, ambition, goal."

  • Aspiration - To direct one's heart towards a certain goal or objective.

  • Resolution - A goal or objective determined in one's heart.

  • Record - To remember or recall.

  • Document - To record or document.

  • Writings - A record written down. A book.

  • Shima - An abbreviation of Shima.

means "friction, rub, chafe."

  • Rub - To rub with the hands.

  • Polish - To grind or hone.

  • Approach - To come close or draw near.

means "village, hamlet, small town."

  • Country - A sovereign state or nation.

  • Village - A small settlement, typically one smaller than a town.

  • Town - A large settlement, typically one larger than a village.

  • Territory - The land or area controlled by a ruler, such as a king, emperor, or lord.

  • Worry - To feel anxious or troubled about something.

  • Householdstip: under 10

志磨村- Shimamura -

Share志磨村 - Shimamura -

means "aspiration, ambition, goal."

  • Aspiration - To direct one's heart towards a certain goal or objective.

  • Resolution - A goal or objective determined in one's heart.

  • Record - To remember or recall.

  • Document - To record or document.

  • Writings - A record written down. A book.

  • Shima - An abbreviation of Shima.

means "polish, brush, grind."

  • Grind - To reduce something to small particles by crushing it with an abrasive surface.

  • Pull - To apply force to something in order to move it in a particular direction.

  • Rub - To move one's hand or an object over a surface with pressure.

  • Polish - To make something smooth and shiny by rubbing it with an abrasive material.

  • Diligence - To be hardworking and persistent in one's efforts.

means "village, hamlet."

  • Village - A small rural community, typically with a population of fewer than 300 people.

  • Countryside - A rural area with a peaceful atmosphere, often characterized by farmland and small towns.

  • Rural - Of or relating to the countryside, typically with a population of fewer than 300 people.

  • Rustic - Characterized by a simple, rural lifestyle, often with a traditional or old-fashioned feel.

  • Householdstip: under 10

志摩村- Shimamura -

Share志摩村 - Shimamura -

means "aspiration, ambition, goal."

  • Aspiration - To direct one's heart towards a certain goal or objective.

  • Resolution - A goal or objective determined in one's heart.

  • Record - To remember or recall.

  • Document - To record or document.

  • Writings - A record written down. A book.

  • Shima - An abbreviation of Shima.

means "friction, rub, chafe."

  • Rub - To rub with the hands.

  • Polish - To grind or hone.

  • Approach - To come close or draw near.

means "village, hamlet."

  • Village - A small rural community, typically with a population of fewer than 300 people.

  • Countryside - A rural area with a peaceful atmosphere, often characterized by farmland and small towns.

  • Rural - Of or relating to the countryside, typically with a population of fewer than 300 people.

  • Rustic - Characterized by a simple, rural lifestyle, often with a traditional or old-fashioned feel.

  • Householdstip: under 10

四万村- Shimamura -

Share四万村 - Shimamura -

means "four."

  • Four - The number four.

  • Four Times - Four times or four degrees.

  • Four Directions - The four cardinal directions.

  • Ten O'Clock - An old way of referring to 10am (the hour of the snake) or 10pm (the hour of the boar).

means "ten thousand."

  • Ten thousand - This is a number name that is ten times the number of thousand.

  • All - This refers to everything or all of something.

  • Very many - This refers to a large number of something.

  • Never - This refers to something that will never happen, no matter what.

  • Absolutely - This refers to something that is certain and without doubt.

means "village, hamlet."

  • Village - A small rural community, typically with a population of fewer than 300 people.

  • Countryside - A rural area with a peaceful atmosphere, often characterized by farmland and small towns.

  • Rural - Of or relating to the countryside, typically with a population of fewer than 300 people.

  • Rustic - Characterized by a simple, rural lifestyle, often with a traditional or old-fashioned feel.

  • Householdstip: under 10

志間村- Shimamura -

Share志間村 - Shimamura -

means "aspiration, ambition, goal."

  • Aspiration - To direct one's heart towards a certain goal or objective.

  • Resolution - A goal or objective determined in one's heart.

  • Record - To remember or recall.

  • Document - To record or document.

  • Writings - A record written down. A book.

  • Shima - An abbreviation of Shima.

means "interval, space, time, room, pause."

means "village, hamlet."

  • Village - A small rural community, typically with a population of fewer than 300 people.

  • Countryside - A rural area with a peaceful atmosphere, often characterized by farmland and small towns.

  • Rural - Of or relating to the countryside, typically with a population of fewer than 300 people.

  • Rustic - Characterized by a simple, rural lifestyle, often with a traditional or old-fashioned feel.

  • Householdstip: under 10

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