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Tamaki
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  • Hiraganatip:たまき
  • Katakanatip:タマキ
  • Householdstip:aprx. 20,000
  • English transcriptiontip:Tamaki

Names and Meanings by Kanji - 29 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 Tamaki, kanji choices are listed below, sorted by the households number in Japan.

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玉城- Tamaki -

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Share玉城 - Tamaki -

means "ball, sphere, jewel, gem."

  • Jewel - A beautiful, precious gemstone.

  • Admirable - To be held in high esteem.

  • Round - Something that is round, like a pearl.

  • Shogi Piece - A piece in the Japanese board game Shogi.

  • Egg - An egg from a bird, often used in cooking.

means "castle, fortress."

  • Building a Castle - Constructing a structure to protect against enemy attacks and invasions.

  • Castle Wall - A wall built around a town to protect against enemy attacks.

  • Castle Town - A town surrounded by a castle wall.

  • Householdstip: aprx. 6,000

玉置- Tamaki -

1
Share玉置 - Tamaki -

means "ball, sphere, jewel, gem."

  • Jewel - A beautiful, precious gemstone.

  • Admirable - To be held in high esteem.

  • Round - Something that is round, like a pearl.

  • Shogi Piece - A piece in the Japanese board game Shogi.

  • Egg - An egg from a bird, often used in cooking.

means "place, put."

  • Place - To put something in a particular spot or position.

  • Install - To set something up or put it in place for use.

  • Establish - To set up or create something.

  • Stop - To cause something to come to an end or cease.

  • Abandon - To leave something behind or discard it.

  • Set Aside - To put something aside for a particular purpose or use.

  • Householdstip: aprx. 6,000

玉木- Tamaki -

Share玉木 - Tamaki -

means "ball, sphere, jewel, gem."

  • Jewel - A beautiful, precious gemstone.

  • Admirable - To be held in high esteem.

  • Round - Something that is round, like a pearl.

  • Shogi Piece - A piece in the Japanese board game Shogi.

  • Egg - An egg from a bird, often used in cooking.

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: aprx. 5,000

田巻- Tamaki -

Share田巻 - Tamaki -

means "rice field, rice paddy."

means "roll, volume, scroll, bookbinding."

  • To roll up or wind up - To wrap or coil something up, such as a scroll or book.

  • To bend or twist - To curve or turn in a winding or serpentine manner.

  • Beautiful - Attractive or pleasing in appearance.

  • A fist - A clenched hand, usually used to express determination or strength.

  • Householdstip: aprx. 1,000

田牧- Tamaki -

Share田牧 - Tamaki -

means "rice field, rice paddy."

means "pasture, grazing land."

  • To raise or keep livestock - This includes raising cattle, horses, and other animals.

  • Pasture - A place where livestock is kept in a free-range environment.

  • Official - A government official or local administrator.

  • To nurture - To teach and guide, such as raising animals.

  • Householdstip: aprx. 300

- Tamaki -

Share環 - Tamaki -

means "ring, circle."

  • Ring - A round object shaped like a ring.

  • Circulate - To move around in a circle.

  • Surround - To encircle or enclose.

  • Encompass - To encompass or encompass something.

  • Revolve - To move in a circle or orbit.

  • Householdstip: aprx. 100

玉樹- Tamaki -

Share玉樹 - Tamaki -

means "ball, sphere, jewel, gem."

  • Jewel - A beautiful, precious gemstone.

  • Admirable - To be held in high esteem.

  • Round - Something that is round, like a pearl.

  • Shogi Piece - A piece in the Japanese board game Shogi.

  • Egg - An egg from a bird, often used in cooking.

means "tree, wood, timber."

  • Tree - A standing tree that is growing.

  • Plant - To plant a tree.

  • Stand - To stand firmly.

  • Householdstip: aprx. 40

田槙- Tamaki -

Share田槙 - Tamaki -

means "rice field, rice paddy."

means "Japanese evergreen oak."

  • Householdstip: aprx. 30

玉記- Tamaki -

Share玉記 - Tamaki -

means "ball, sphere, jewel, gem."

  • Jewel - A beautiful, precious gemstone.

  • Admirable - To be held in high esteem.

  • Round - Something that is round, like a pearl.

  • Shogi Piece - A piece in the Japanese board game Shogi.

  • Egg - An egg from a bird, often used in cooking.

means "record, chronicle, account."

  • Householdstip: aprx. 30

玉来- Tamaki -

Share玉来 - Tamaki -

means "ball, sphere, jewel, gem."

  • Jewel - A beautiful, precious gemstone.

  • Admirable - To be held in high esteem.

  • Round - Something that is round, like a pearl.

  • Shogi Piece - A piece in the Japanese board game Shogi.

  • Egg - An egg from a bird, often used in cooking.

means "come, arrive."

  • To come - To arrive or come to a place.

  • To bring - To bring something or someone to a place.

  • To allow - To permit or allow someone to do something.

  • This person - Someone who has been present from a certain point in time until now.

  • In the future - Something that has not yet come.

  • Particle - A particle placed in the middle or end of a sentence to give it a certain tone. It is usually not read in the kunyomi reading.

  • To encourage - To encourage or motivate someone.

  • Householdstip: aprx. 10

玉暉- Tamaki -

Share玉暉 - Tamaki -

means "ball, sphere, jewel, gem."

  • Jewel - A beautiful, precious gemstone.

  • Admirable - To be held in high esteem.

  • Round - Something that is round, like a pearl.

  • Shogi Piece - A piece in the Japanese board game Shogi.

  • Egg - An egg from a bird, often used in cooking.

means "radiance, shine, brilliance."

  • Shine - To emit or reflect light, to be bright and radiant.

  • Glitter - To sparkle or shine brightly.

  • Radiance - A bright, glowing light or aura.

  • Light - A source of illumination, or the visible part of the electromagnetic spectrum.

  • Householdstip: aprx. 10

玉貴- Tamaki -

Share玉貴 - Tamaki -

means "ball, sphere, jewel, gem."

  • Jewel - A beautiful, precious gemstone.

  • Admirable - To be held in high esteem.

  • Round - Something that is round, like a pearl.

  • Shogi Piece - A piece in the Japanese board game Shogi.

  • Egg - An egg from a bird, often used in cooking.

means "precious, valuable, honorable."

  • Precious - Highly valued and respected.

  • Noble - Of high rank or status.

  • Esteemed - Showing respect and admiration.

  • Revered - Held in high esteem and admiration.

  • Householdstip: under 10

玉寄- Tamaki -

Share玉寄 - Tamaki -

means "ball, sphere, jewel, gem."

  • Jewel - A beautiful, precious gemstone.

  • Admirable - To be held in high esteem.

  • Round - Something that is round, like a pearl.

  • Shogi Piece - A piece in the Japanese board game Shogi.

  • Egg - An egg from a bird, often used in cooking.

means "to approach, to draw near, to gather, to contribute."

  • Householdstip: under 10

玉亀- Tamaki -

Share玉亀 - Tamaki -

means "ball, sphere, jewel, gem."

  • Jewel - A beautiful, precious gemstone.

  • Admirable - To be held in high esteem.

  • Round - Something that is round, like a pearl.

  • Shogi Piece - A piece in the Japanese board game Shogi.

  • Egg - An egg from a bird, often used in cooking.

means "turtle, tortoise."

  • Turtle - A type of reptile with a shell.

  • Turtle Shell - The shell of a turtle.

  • Crack - A break or fissure in something.

  • Householdstip: under 10

多満城- Tamaki -

Share多満城 - Tamaki -

means "many, numerous, much."

means "full, complete, satisfied."

  • Fulfill - To satisfy or complete a requirement or expectation.

  • Fill - To make full or complete.

  • Be Full - To be completely filled or occupied.

  • Satisfy - To meet the needs or desires of someone.

  • Entirety - The whole or complete amount of something.

  • All - Everything or everyone included in a group.

  • Every - Each and every one of a group.

  • Reach - To extend or arrive at a destination.

means "castle, fortress."

  • Building a Castle - Constructing a structure to protect against enemy attacks and invasions.

  • Castle Wall - A wall built around a town to protect against enemy attacks.

  • Castle Town - A town surrounded by a castle wall.

  • Householdstip: under 10

珠城- Tamaki -

Share珠城 - Tamaki -

means "bead, pearl."

  • Pearl - A round bead formed from a mollusk.

  • Something small and round, like a pearl.

  • A metaphor or description for something beautiful or impressive.

means "castle, fortress."

  • Building a Castle - Constructing a structure to protect against enemy attacks and invasions.

  • Castle Wall - A wall built around a town to protect against enemy attacks.

  • Castle Town - A town surrounded by a castle wall.

  • Householdstip: under 10

多巻- Tamaki -

Share多巻 - Tamaki -

means "many, numerous, much."

means "roll, volume, scroll, bookbinding."

  • To roll up or wind up - To wrap or coil something up, such as a scroll or book.

  • To bend or twist - To curve or turn in a winding or serpentine manner.

  • Beautiful - Attractive or pleasing in appearance.

  • A fist - A clenched hand, usually used to express determination or strength.

  • Householdstip: under 10

玉杵- Tamaki -

Share玉杵 - Tamaki -

means "ball, sphere, jewel, gem."

  • Jewel - A beautiful, precious gemstone.

  • Admirable - To be held in high esteem.

  • Round - Something that is round, like a pearl.

  • Shogi Piece - A piece in the Japanese board game Shogi.

  • Egg - An egg from a bird, often used in cooking.

means "pestle, mallet."

  • A tool used to make grains, such as rice, in a mortar.

  • A tool used to strike objects.

  • A large shield used to protect oneself.

  • Householdstip: under 10

楡木- Tamaki -

Share楡木 - Tamaki -

means "a deciduous tree of the elm family."

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

瑤樹- Tamaki -

Share瑤樹 - Tamaki -

means "a beautiful jade. beautiful as a jewel."

means "tree, wood, timber."

  • Tree - A standing tree that is growing.

  • Plant - To plant a tree.

  • Stand - To stand firmly.

  • Householdstip: under 10

瑞樹- Tamaki -

Share瑞樹 - Tamaki -

means "fortunate, auspicious, happy."

means "tree, wood, timber."

  • Tree - A standing tree that is growing.

  • Plant - To plant a tree.

  • Stand - To stand firmly.

  • Householdstip: under 10

玉気- Tamaki -

Share玉気 - Tamaki -

means "ball, sphere, jewel, gem."

  • Jewel - A beautiful, precious gemstone.

  • Admirable - To be held in high esteem.

  • Round - Something that is round, like a pearl.

  • Shogi Piece - A piece in the Japanese board game Shogi.

  • Egg - An egg from a bird, often used in cooking.

means "spirit, energy, mood, air, atmosphere."

  • Air - The atmosphere, the natural phenomena that occur between heaven and earth.

  • Mood - Vitality, the source of human activity.

  • Aura - The aura that is said to be possessed by great people.

  • Feeling - A feeling that can be felt somehow, a state of mind.

  • Scent - Smell, to smell a scent, to have a scent.

  • Appearance - Atmosphere, taste, feeling.

  • Vapor - One of the three states of matter, steam.

  • Breath - Breath, to blow breath, to breathe.

  • Period - One of the 24 divisions of a year in the lunar calendar.

  • Householdstip: under 10

瑶樹- Tamaki -

Share瑶樹 - Tamaki -

means "precious jade."

  • Gem - A beautiful gem, like a gem in its beauty.

  • Name of a Chinese minority ethnic group.

means "tree, wood, timber."

  • Tree - A standing tree that is growing.

  • Plant - To plant a tree.

  • Stand - To stand firmly.

  • Householdstip: under 10

玉生- Tamaki -

Share玉生 - Tamaki -

means "ball, sphere, jewel, gem."

  • Jewel - A beautiful, precious gemstone.

  • Admirable - To be held in high esteem.

  • Round - Something that is round, like a pearl.

  • Shogi Piece - A piece in the Japanese board game Shogi.

  • Egg - An egg from a bird, often used in cooking.

means "life, birth, raw, uncooked."

  • To live - Alive, living, life, living things, life force.

  • To dwell - Dwelling, living, life.

  • To give birth - Give birth, born, produce, create, occur.

  • Innate - Innate, inborn, natural.

  • To grow - Grow, sprout, cultivate.

  • Unprocessed - Unprocessed, unripe, unskilled.

  • Pure - Pure, Unmixed, unadulterated.

  • Scholar - Scholar, intellectual, teacher.

  • Student - Student, pupil, disciple.

  • Householdstip: under 10

玉貫- Tamaki -

Share玉貫 - Tamaki -

means "ball, sphere, jewel, gem."

  • Jewel - A beautiful, precious gemstone.

  • Admirable - To be held in high esteem.

  • Round - Something that is round, like a pearl.

  • Shogi Piece - A piece in the Japanese board game Shogi.

  • Egg - An egg from a bird, often used in cooking.

means "pierce, penetrate, unit of weight."

  • To penetrate - To pass through something.

  • To continue - To persist or remain in a certain state.

  • To give money - To provide money as payment or as a gift.

  • Reasoning - A logical sequence of thoughts or ideas.

  • Household registration - A system of registering individuals and their families in Japan.

  • Matter - A subject or situation under consideration.

  • To learn - To gain knowledge or skill through study or experience.

  • To draw a bow - To pull back the string of a bow in order to shoot an arrow.

  • To pull - To exert force on something in order to move it.

  • Unit of weight - A unit of measurement used to measure the weight of an object.

  • Householdstip: under 10

王城- Tamaki -

Share王城 - Tamaki -

means "king, monarch."

  • Emperor, Monarch - A ruler of a country who governs with virtue.

  • Title of Respect - A title of respect for one's grandparents or for someone of higher status.

  • To Become a King - To become a king or to reign over a country.

  • Male of Imperial Lineage - A title for a male of imperial lineage up to five generations removed.

means "castle, fortress."

  • Building a Castle - Constructing a structure to protect against enemy attacks and invasions.

  • Castle Wall - A wall built around a town to protect against enemy attacks.

  • Castle Town - A town surrounded by a castle wall.

  • Householdstip: under 10

玉起- Tamaki -

Share玉起 - Tamaki -

means "ball, sphere, jewel, gem."

  • Jewel - A beautiful, precious gemstone.

  • Admirable - To be held in high esteem.

  • Round - Something that is round, like a pearl.

  • Shogi Piece - A piece in the Japanese board game Shogi.

  • Egg - An egg from a bird, often used in cooking.

means "to rise, to get up, to stand up."

  • Rise - To get up from a lying or sitting position.

  • Start - To begin or initiate something.

  • Depart - To leave a place or situation.

  • Activate - To cause something to start functioning or to become more active.

  • Stir Up - To cause something to become more lively or vigorous.

  • Initiate - To cause something to begin or to set something in motion.

  • Householdstip: under 10

多牧- Tamaki -

Share多牧 - Tamaki -

means "many, numerous, much."

means "pasture, grazing land."

  • To raise or keep livestock - This includes raising cattle, horses, and other animals.

  • Pasture - A place where livestock is kept in a free-range environment.

  • Official - A government official or local administrator.

  • To nurture - To teach and guide, such as raising animals.

  • Householdstip: under 10

琳谷- Tamaki -

Share琳谷 - Tamaki -

means "jade, precious stone."

  • Beautiful Gem - Refers to a beautiful gem or jewel.

  • Resonance - Describes the sound made when two gems or jewels come into contact with each other.

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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