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Kanji names - Symbolic meanings for names using Japanese kanji
 
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Girl names
 
Abigail
Addy
Adrienne
Aerial
Agnetha
Aimee
Ainsley
Akiko
Aleigh
Alejandra
Alexandra
Alexi
Alexina
Alexis
Aleyna
Alice
Alicia
Alisa
Alison
Alita
Alizabeth
Allison
Allyson
Alysha
Alyson
Alyssa
Amalia
Amanda
Amari
Amarist
Amber
Amy
Ana
Andrea
Andreia
Andria
Angela
Angelia
Angelica
Angelina
Angelique
Anita
Anjovon
Ann
Anna
Annabelle
Anne
Anneke
Ansley
Antonieta
Anu
Anya
April
Arancha
Arcana
Aretha
Ariana
Arielle
Ariyana
Ashleigh
Ashley
Ashlyn
Ashlynn
Ashten
Aubrey
Aubrie
Audrey
Aurora
Ava
Avangeline
Avery
 
Boys names
 
Aaron
Abraham
Adam
Adrian
Ahmed
Aidan
Aiden
Alan
Alberto
Alejandro
Alex
Alexander
Ali
Allen
Andre
Andreas
Andres
Andrew
Andy
Angel
Anthony
Antonio
Arek
Arkadiusz
Armando
Arnie
Aron
Art
Ashton
Austin
Austyn

 





Kanji name meaning

A name is an important part of a person that will be carried with them always. While names may seem to be just names, most names have an interesting lineage or meaning associated with them. There are a variety of books and resources that explain the roots and origins of names

Though most Westerners wouldn't choose a Chinese or Japanese name for their child, it is fun to see what type of symbolic names can be made from a Western name. For example, the name Amy can be represented by the characters Flourishing and Beautiful, conjuring up the image of a dashing beauty.

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