Samurai Baby
 
Kanji names - Symbolic meanings for names using Japanese kanji
 
  A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z
 
Girl names
 
Jacie
Jacinda
Jackie
Jacqueline
Jade
Jaden
Jadine
Jaida
Jaiden
Jaimee
Jamie
Jamielyn
Jan
Jane
Janessa
Janet
Janie
Janina
Jasmina
Jasmine
Jasmyne
Jaya
Jazel
Jeanne
Jen
Jenna
Jennelie
Jennifer
Jessica
Jhane
Jillian
Jo
Joan
Joanna
Joanne
Jodi
Johnna
Jordyn
Josephine
Joy
Judy
Julia
Julie
Juliet
Justine
Jyl
Jylahna
 
Boys names
 
Jace
Jack
Jackson
Jacob
Jacques
Jaelen
Jaime
Jake
Jamar
Jamareon
James
Jarred
Jarrett
Jarrod
Jason
Jaxon
Jaxson
Jay
Jayden
Jeff
Jeffrey
Jeremiah
Jeremy
Jesse
Jim
Jimmy
John
Jonathan
Jordan
Jose
Joseph
Josh
Joshua
Josiah
Juan
Julian
Julio
Justin

 





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.

Kanji name meanings - How it is done on SamuraiBaby.com
Japanese kanji history - How they came about and are used
Japanese and Chinese kanji - Similarities and differences
Japanese writing - Kanji, hiragana, katakana, and romaji
Kanji for English last names - Why it is not done on SamuraiBaby.com
 

Say Mmm - Eat better. Stress less. saymmm.com

 
 
   
Home | Kanji Names | Zen Art | Store | Way of the Baby | Resources | About | TOS