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Takara
Click to speech たからShare this page

  • Hiraganatip:たから
  • Katakanatip:タカラ
  • Householdstip:aprx. 3,000
  • English transcriptiontip:Takara

Names and Meanings by Kanji - 10 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 Takara, kanji choices are listed below, sorted by the households number in Japan.

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高良- Takara -

Share高良 - Takara -

means "high, tall."

  • High - Used to describe physical height, position, status, or rank.

  • Excellent - Used to describe a high grade or level.

  • Famous - Used to describe someone or something that is well-known.

  • Increase - Used to describe something that is rising or becoming higher.

  • Respect - Used to show respect for someone's actions or words.

  • Arrogant - Used to describe someone who is overly proud or haughty.

  • Amount - Used to describe a quantity or degree.

means "good, excellent, fine."

  • Householdstip: aprx. 2,000

- Takara -

Share宝 - Takara -

means "treasure, wealth, precious thing."

  • Valuable and precious thing.

  • Something important.

  • To treasure and cherish.

  • To show respect for something related to the emperor, gods, or other people.

  • Householdstip: aprx. 400

多嘉良- Takara -

Share多嘉良 - Takara -

means "many, numerous, much."

means "praise, auspicious, excellent."

  • Good - Having a positive quality or being of a high standard.

  • Excellent - Having a very high quality or being of an exceptionally high standard.

  • Splendid - Impressive and grand in appearance.

  • Fortunate - Having good luck or being blessed with good fortune.

  • Praise - To express admiration or approval of someone or something.

means "good, excellent, fine."

  • Householdstip: aprx. 60

- Takara -

Share用 - Takara -

means "use, purpose, need."

  • To use - To make use of something for a purpose.

  • To serve - To be of use or benefit to someone or something.

  • To do - To carry out an action or task.

  • To govern - To exercise authority over something.

  • To listen - To pay attention to and accept what someone is saying.

  • Ability - The power or capacity to do something.

  • Work - An activity involving mental or physical effort done in order to achieve a purpose or result.

  • Effect - The result or outcome of an action or process.

  • Function - The purpose for which something is designed or exists.

  • Resources - The materials, money, or other assets that can be used to achieve an objective.

  • By means of - Using something as a means of achieving an end.

  • Use - The action of using something.

  • Job - A task or piece of work, especially one that is paid.

  • Necessary - Required or essential in order to achieve a particular purpose.

  • To urinate - To pass urine from the body.

  • Householdstip: aprx. 20

多賀良- Takara -

Share多賀良 - Takara -

means "many, numerous, much."

means "congratulation, greeting."

  • Celebrate, Congratulate - To express joy and happiness for an event or accomplishment.

  • Praise - To express admiration and approval for someone or something.

  • Take On, Undertake - To accept responsibility for a task or obligation.

  • Bear, Carry - To support or hold up something.

means "good, excellent, fine."

  • Householdstip: under 10

- Takara -

Share寳 - Takara -

means "precious and valuable. precious and valuable."

  • Householdstip: under 10

- Takara -

Share寶 - Takara -

means "precious and valuable. something precious and valuable."

  • Householdstip: under 10

高平- Takara -

Share高平 - Takara -

means "high, tall."

  • High - Used to describe physical height, position, status, or rank.

  • Excellent - Used to describe a high grade or level.

  • Famous - Used to describe someone or something that is well-known.

  • Increase - Used to describe something that is rising or becoming higher.

  • Respect - Used to show respect for someone's actions or words.

  • Arrogant - Used to describe someone who is overly proud or haughty.

  • Amount - Used to describe a quantity or degree.

means "flat, even, level."

  • Householdstip: under 10

高羅- Takara -

Share高羅 - Takara -

means "high, tall."

  • High - Used to describe physical height, position, status, or rank.

  • Excellent - Used to describe a high grade or level.

  • Famous - Used to describe someone or something that is well-known.

  • Increase - Used to describe something that is rising or becoming higher.

  • Respect - Used to show respect for someone's actions or words.

  • Arrogant - Used to describe someone who is overly proud or haughty.

  • Amount - Used to describe a quantity or degree.

means "net, gauze, thin silk fabric."

  • Net - A net used to catch birds. To capture by setting a net. To capture without leaving anything behind.

  • Connect - To link together. To line up.

  • Thin Silk - Thin fabric.

  • Romania - Abbreviation of the country name “Romania”.

  • Householdstip: under 10

- Takara -

Share財 - Takara -

means "wealth, property, fortune."

  • Householdstip: under 10

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