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Takasaki
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  • Hiraganatip:たかさき
  • Katakanatip:タカサキ
  • Householdstip:aprx. 7,000
  • English transcriptiontip:Takasaki

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

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高崎- Takasaki -

Share高崎 - Takasaki -

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 "cape, promontory."

  • Steep - Describes a terrain that is steep or rugged, such as a mountain or mountain path.

  • Promontory - A piece of land that juts out into the sea or a lake.

  • Householdstip: aprx. 7,000

高嵜- Takasaki -

Share高嵜 - Takasaki -

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 "a mountain or mountain road is steep."

  • Householdstip: aprx. 50

高先- Takasaki -

Share高先 - Takasaki -

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 "ahead, first, previous."

  • Householdstip: aprx. 50

鷹崎- Takasaki -

Share鷹崎 - Takasaki -

means "hawk."

  • Hawk - A bird of the Accipitridae family, known for its strength and power.

means "cape, promontory."

  • Steep - Describes a terrain that is steep or rugged, such as a mountain or mountain path.

  • Promontory - A piece of land that juts out into the sea or a lake.

  • Householdstip: aprx. 50

高碕- Takasaki -

Share高碕 - Takasaki -

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 "the tip of land that juts out into the sea, lake, etc."

  • Householdstip: under 10

高咲- Takasaki -

Share高咲 - Takasaki -

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 "bloom, blossom, flourish."

  • To Laugh, Smile - To express joy or amusement with a facial expression.

  • To Bloom, Blossom - To open and display the petals of a flower.

  • To Open, Unfold - To reveal or expand something that was previously hidden or closed.

  • Householdstip: under 10

高函- Takasaki -

Share高函 - Takasaki -

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 "box, case, chest."

  • To put in - To put something inside. To envelop.

  • Box - A container to put things in.

  • Mailbox - A box to put letters and other documents in.

  • Armor - A protective covering to wrap around the body.

  • Householdstip: under 10

高草木- Takasaki -

Share高草木 - Takasaki -

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 "grass, weeds."

  • Grass - A type of vegetation that grows in fields and meadows.

  • Rough - Not finely made or finished.

  • Careless - Not done with care or attention.

  • Humble - Having or showing a modest or low estimate of one's own importance.

  • Rough - Not smooth or even, having a jagged or irregular surface.

  • Beginning - The point in time or space at which something starts.

  • Start - To begin to do or deal with something.

  • Initial - The first letter of a word or name.

  • Draft - A preliminary version of a document or piece of writing.

  • Rough Draft - A first version of a document or piece of writing that is not yet complete or polished.

  • Calligraphy - A style of handwriting or script.

  • Cursive - A style of handwriting in which the letters are joined together.

means "tree, wood."

  • Tree - A large plant with a trunk and branches, typically providing shade and shelter.

  • Lumber - Wood that has been cut into boards or other shapes for use in construction.

  • Material - Wood used as a material for making things.

  • Element - One of the five elements in Chinese philosophy, representing the east and the color blue.

  • Plain - Unadorned and without decoration.

  • Numb - Losing sensation or feeling.

  • Musical Instrument - An instrument made of wood, one of the eight tones (gold, stone, thread, bamboo, gourd, earth, leather, and wood).

  • Thursday - One of the seven days of the week.

  • Householdstip: under 10

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