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Ukai
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  • Hiraganatip:うかい
  • Katakanatip:ウカイ
  • Householdstip:aprx. 4,000
  • English transcriptiontip:Ukai

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

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鵜飼- Ukai -

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means "cormorant, cormorant bird."

  • Cormorant - A large, long-necked, fish-eating bird of the family Phalacrocoracidae.

  • U - A family of birds.

means "to keep, raise, rear (animals)."

  • Feed - To provide food to an animal or person in order to sustain them.

  • Raise - To nurture and care for an animal or person in order to help them grow and develop.

  • Care for - To provide attention and support to an animal or person in order to ensure their well-being.

  • Householdstip: aprx. 4,000

鳥飼- Ukai -

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means "bird."

  • Bird - A general term for animals of the avian species.

  • Freedom - Symbolizing the freedom of flight and the ability to soar above the world.

  • Intelligence - Symbolizing the intelligence of birds and their ability to navigate the skies.

  • Beauty - Symbolizing the beauty of birds and their colorful feathers.

means "to keep, raise, rear (animals)."

  • Feed - To provide food to an animal or person in order to sustain them.

  • Raise - To nurture and care for an animal or person in order to help them grow and develop.

  • Care for - To provide attention and support to an animal or person in order to ensure their well-being.

  • Householdstip: aprx. 20

鵜養- Ukai -

Share鵜養 - Ukai -

means "cormorant, cormorant bird."

  • Cormorant - A large, long-necked, fish-eating bird of the family Phalacrocoracidae.

  • U - A family of birds.

means "foster, nourish, raise."

  • Nurture - To provide food and other necessities to raise and care for someone.

  • Support - To provide financial or other assistance to someone.

  • Educate - To teach and help someone to improve.

  • Care - To provide care and attention to someone.

  • Provide - To give food, shelter, and other necessities to someone.

  • Serve - To work for and obey someone of higher authority.

  • Householdstip: aprx. 20

宇海- Ukai -

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means "space, universe."

  • Roof, House - A roof or house, representing a home and shelter.

  • Universe - The universe, representing the world and all that is in it.

  • Spirit, Intelligence - Spirit or intelligence, representing a person's capacity for thought and understanding.

means "ocean, sea."

  • Sea - A large body of water, usually salty, that covers much of the Earth's surface.

  • Sea God - A deity associated with the sea, often depicted as a powerful and benevolent figure.

  • Lake or Pond - A large body of fresh water, usually surrounded by land.

  • Wide and Large - Describing something that is very broad and expansive.

  • Gathering Place - A place where many people or things come together.

  • Householdstip: aprx. 20

鵜海- Ukai -

Share鵜海 - Ukai -

means "cormorant, cormorant bird."

  • Cormorant - A large, long-necked, fish-eating bird of the family Phalacrocoracidae.

  • U - A family of birds.

means "ocean, sea."

  • Sea - A large body of water, usually salty, that covers much of the Earth's surface.

  • Sea God - A deity associated with the sea, often depicted as a powerful and benevolent figure.

  • Lake or Pond - A large body of fresh water, usually surrounded by land.

  • Wide and Large - Describing something that is very broad and expansive.

  • Gathering Place - A place where many people or things come together.

  • Householdstip: aprx. 20

宇貝- Ukai -

Share宇貝 - Ukai -

means "space, universe."

  • Roof, House - A roof or house, representing a home and shelter.

  • Universe - The universe, representing the world and all that is in it.

  • Spirit, Intelligence - Spirit or intelligence, representing a person's capacity for thought and understanding.

means "shell, shellfish."

  • Shell - A hard outer covering of an animal, such as a mollusk or turtle.

  • Treasure - Valuable items, such as gold or coins.

  • Pattern - A design or decoration that resembles a shell.

  • Householdstip: under 10

宇加井- Ukai -

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means "space, universe."

  • Roof, House - A roof or house, representing a home and shelter.

  • Universe - The universe, representing the world and all that is in it.

  • Spirit, Intelligence - Spirit or intelligence, representing a person's capacity for thought and understanding.

means "add, include, augment."

means "well, water hole, pit."

  • Well, Wellhead - A well or wellhead is a structure built to contain and provide access to a natural underground water source.

  • Street - A street is a public thoroughfare in a built environment, typically paved and marked by buildings on either side.

  • Householdstip: under 10

浮海- Ukai -

Share浮海 - Ukai -

means "float, buoyancy."

means "ocean, sea."

  • Sea - A large body of water, usually salty, that covers much of the Earth's surface.

  • Sea God - A deity associated with the sea, often depicted as a powerful and benevolent figure.

  • Lake or Pond - A large body of fresh water, usually surrounded by land.

  • Wide and Large - Describing something that is very broad and expansive.

  • Gathering Place - A place where many people or things come together.

  • Householdstip: under 10

雨貝- Ukai -

Share雨貝 - Ukai -

means "rain, precipitation."

  • Rain - Water droplets that fall from the sky.

  • To Fall - Rain falls.

  • Like Rain - Falling like rain.

means "shell, shellfish."

  • Shell - A hard outer covering of an animal, such as a mollusk or turtle.

  • Treasure - Valuable items, such as gold or coins.

  • Pattern - A design or decoration that resembles a shell.

  • Householdstip: under 10

雨海- Ukai -

Share雨海 - Ukai -

means "rain, precipitation."

  • Rain - Water droplets that fall from the sky.

  • To Fall - Rain falls.

  • Like Rain - Falling like rain.

means "ocean, sea."

  • Sea - A large body of water, usually salty, that covers much of the Earth's surface.

  • Sea God - A deity associated with the sea, often depicted as a powerful and benevolent figure.

  • Lake or Pond - A large body of fresh water, usually surrounded by land.

  • Wide and Large - Describing something that is very broad and expansive.

  • Gathering Place - A place where many people or things come together.

  • Householdstip: under 10

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