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Kanji names - Symbolic meanings for names using Japanese kanji
 
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Girl names
 
Kaida
Kaitlyn
Kala
Kalani
Kalie
Kalista
Kalistae
Kalya
Kanae
Kanan
Kannon
Karen
Karina
Karisa
Karla
Kasia
Kateleen
Katherine
Kathleen
Kathryn
Kathy
Katie
Kayla
Kaylee
Kaylie
Kaytlyn
Keani
Keara
Keira
Kelly
Kelsie
Kendall
Kendra
Kerin
Kerrie
Keva
Kiko
Kiley
Kim
Kimberly
Kimyle
Kira
Kirsti
Kitan
Kolan
Krista
Kristi
Kristin
Kristina
Kristine
Krystal
Krystin
Krystle
Kyla
Kylea
Kyleigh
Kyley
Kylia
Kylie
Kym
Kyrielle
 
Boys names
 
Kai
Kaiden
Kailan
Kallum
Kalpit
KalpitNew
Kayden
Keaton
Keechan
Keeley
Keith
Ken
Kendran
Kenji
Kenn
Kenny
Kento
Ketsith
Kevin
Kieran
Kizer
Koen
Kollin
Koltun
Kurt
Kurtis
Kyan
Kyle

 





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
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