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Yakabe
Click to speech やかべShare this page

  • Hiraganatip:やかべ
  • Katakanatip:ヤカベ
  • Householdstip:aprx. 800
  • English transcriptiontip:Yakabe, Yacabe

Names and Meanings by Kanji - 9 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 Yakabe, kanji choices are listed below, sorted by the households number in Japan.

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矢ケ部- Yakabe -

Share矢ケ部 - Yakabe -

means "arrow, dart."

  • Arrow - A weapon shot with a bowstring.

  • Correct - To make something right or accurate.

  • Straight - Moving in a direct line.

  • Vow - A solemn promise or pledge.

  • Line up - To arrange in a line or sequence.

  • Bestow - To give or confer.

  • Feces - Waste matter discharged from the bowels.

is katakana, which is phonetic but without meaning.

means "section, department, category."

  • Group - A collection of people or things that are organized or classified together.

  • Govern - To exercise authority over, to direct or control.

  • Office - A place where business or public affairs are conducted.

  • Divide - To separate into parts or sections.

  • Village - A small settlement or community, typically one with a church and a few houses.

  • Counter - A word used to count the number of divided parts or sections.

  • Hill - A small elevation of land, usually rounded and not very high.

  • Bureau - A group of people in the imperial court who specialized in a particular task or duty.

  • Unit - A military formation consisting of a number of troops or personnel.

  • Householdstip: aprx. 500

矢加部- Yakabe -

Share矢加部 - Yakabe -

means "arrow, dart."

  • Arrow - A weapon shot with a bowstring.

  • Correct - To make something right or accurate.

  • Straight - Moving in a direct line.

  • Vow - A solemn promise or pledge.

  • Line up - To arrange in a line or sequence.

  • Bestow - To give or confer.

  • Feces - Waste matter discharged from the bowels.

means "add, include, augment."

means "section, department, category."

  • Group - A collection of people or things that are organized or classified together.

  • Govern - To exercise authority over, to direct or control.

  • Office - A place where business or public affairs are conducted.

  • Divide - To separate into parts or sections.

  • Village - A small settlement or community, typically one with a church and a few houses.

  • Counter - A word used to count the number of divided parts or sections.

  • Hill - A small elevation of land, usually rounded and not very high.

  • Bureau - A group of people in the imperial court who specialized in a particular task or duty.

  • Unit - A military formation consisting of a number of troops or personnel.

  • Householdstip: aprx. 200

矢壁- Yakabe -

Share矢壁 - Yakabe -

means "arrow, dart."

  • Arrow - A weapon shot with a bowstring.

  • Correct - To make something right or accurate.

  • Straight - Moving in a direct line.

  • Vow - A solemn promise or pledge.

  • Line up - To arrange in a line or sequence.

  • Bestow - To give or confer.

  • Feces - Waste matter discharged from the bowels.

means "wall."

  • Wall - A structure that surrounds a house or divides rooms within a house.

  • Fortress - A wall built to protect against enemy invasion.

  • Building a fortress - Building a fortress and taking refuge within it.

  • Cliff - A steep incline resembling a wall.

  • Householdstip: aprx. 90

矢賀部- Yakabe -

Share矢賀部 - Yakabe -

means "arrow, dart."

  • Arrow - A weapon shot with a bowstring.

  • Correct - To make something right or accurate.

  • Straight - Moving in a direct line.

  • Vow - A solemn promise or pledge.

  • Line up - To arrange in a line or sequence.

  • Bestow - To give or confer.

  • Feces - Waste matter discharged from the bowels.

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 "section, department, category."

  • Group - A collection of people or things that are organized or classified together.

  • Govern - To exercise authority over, to direct or control.

  • Office - A place where business or public affairs are conducted.

  • Divide - To separate into parts or sections.

  • Village - A small settlement or community, typically one with a church and a few houses.

  • Counter - A word used to count the number of divided parts or sections.

  • Hill - A small elevation of land, usually rounded and not very high.

  • Bureau - A group of people in the imperial court who specialized in a particular task or duty.

  • Unit - A military formation consisting of a number of troops or personnel.

  • Householdstip: aprx. 40

矢可部- Yakabe -

Share矢可部 - Yakabe -

means "arrow, dart."

  • Arrow - A weapon shot with a bowstring.

  • Correct - To make something right or accurate.

  • Straight - Moving in a direct line.

  • Vow - A solemn promise or pledge.

  • Line up - To arrange in a line or sequence.

  • Bestow - To give or confer.

  • Feces - Waste matter discharged from the bowels.

means "allowable, permissible, acceptable."

  • Good. Suitable. - Used to express approval or agreement.

  • Listen. Accept. - Used to indicate that one should listen and accept what is being said.

  • Possible. - Used to express the possibility of something being done.

  • Allowed. - Used to express that something is allowed or permissible.

  • Should. - Used to express that something should be done.

  • Speculation. - Used to express a guess or assumption.

  • Degree. - Used to express the degree or extent of something.

means "section, department, category."

  • Group - A collection of people or things that are organized or classified together.

  • Govern - To exercise authority over, to direct or control.

  • Office - A place where business or public affairs are conducted.

  • Divide - To separate into parts or sections.

  • Village - A small settlement or community, typically one with a church and a few houses.

  • Counter - A word used to count the number of divided parts or sections.

  • Hill - A small elevation of land, usually rounded and not very high.

  • Bureau - A group of people in the imperial court who specialized in a particular task or duty.

  • Unit - A military formation consisting of a number of troops or personnel.

  • Householdstip: aprx. 20

八壁- Yakabe -

Share八壁 - Yakabe -

means "eight, 8."

  • Eight - The number eight.

  • Eight times - Eight times or eight occasions.

  • Eighth in order - The eighth in a sequence or order.

  • Divide - To divide or separate.

  • Two o'clock - An old way of referring to the current time of around 2am or 2pm.

means "wall."

  • Wall - A structure that surrounds a house or divides rooms within a house.

  • Fortress - A wall built to protect against enemy invasion.

  • Building a fortress - Building a fortress and taking refuge within it.

  • Cliff - A steep incline resembling a wall.

  • Householdstip: aprx. 20

屋賀部- Yakabe -

Share屋賀部 - Yakabe -

means "house, shop, building."

  • House, Home - A dwelling place for people.

  • Roof - A roof that covers a house.

  • Covering - Something that covers an object like a roof.

  • Occupation, Business - A word used to describe a profession or store.

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 "section, department, category."

  • Group - A collection of people or things that are organized or classified together.

  • Govern - To exercise authority over, to direct or control.

  • Office - A place where business or public affairs are conducted.

  • Divide - To separate into parts or sections.

  • Village - A small settlement or community, typically one with a church and a few houses.

  • Counter - A word used to count the number of divided parts or sections.

  • Hill - A small elevation of land, usually rounded and not very high.

  • Bureau - A group of people in the imperial court who specialized in a particular task or duty.

  • Unit - A military formation consisting of a number of troops or personnel.

  • Householdstip: under 10

屋嘉部- Yakabe -

Share屋嘉部 - Yakabe -

means "house, shop, building."

  • House, Home - A dwelling place for people.

  • Roof - A roof that covers a house.

  • Covering - Something that covers an object like a roof.

  • Occupation, Business - A word used to describe a profession or store.

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 "section, department, category."

  • Group - A collection of people or things that are organized or classified together.

  • Govern - To exercise authority over, to direct or control.

  • Office - A place where business or public affairs are conducted.

  • Divide - To separate into parts or sections.

  • Village - A small settlement or community, typically one with a church and a few houses.

  • Counter - A word used to count the number of divided parts or sections.

  • Hill - A small elevation of land, usually rounded and not very high.

  • Bureau - A group of people in the imperial court who specialized in a particular task or duty.

  • Unit - A military formation consisting of a number of troops or personnel.

  • Householdstip: under 10

八加部- Yakabe -

Share八加部 - Yakabe -

means "eight, 8."

  • Eight - The number eight.

  • Eight times - Eight times or eight occasions.

  • Eighth in order - The eighth in a sequence or order.

  • Divide - To divide or separate.

  • Two o'clock - An old way of referring to the current time of around 2am or 2pm.

means "add, include, augment."

means "section, department, category."

  • Group - A collection of people or things that are organized or classified together.

  • Govern - To exercise authority over, to direct or control.

  • Office - A place where business or public affairs are conducted.

  • Divide - To separate into parts or sections.

  • Village - A small settlement or community, typically one with a church and a few houses.

  • Counter - A word used to count the number of divided parts or sections.

  • Hill - A small elevation of land, usually rounded and not very high.

  • Bureau - A group of people in the imperial court who specialized in a particular task or duty.

  • Unit - A military formation consisting of a number of troops or personnel.

  • Householdstip: under 10

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