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  2. Japanese name - Wikipedia

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    The term surname or family name can translate into three different Japanese words, myōji (苗字), uji (氏), and sei (姓), which historically had different meanings. Sei ( 姓 ) was originally the patrilineal surname which was granted by the emperor as a title of male rank.

  3. Hiro (given name) - Wikipedia

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    Hiro is a given name of Japanese, Polynesian, Indian and Spanish origin. [1] [2] [3] The Japanese given name Hiro (ひろ, ヒロ) has multiple meanings, dependent on the characters used. The kanji 裕 means "abundant". 寛 means "generous, tolerant" and 浩 means "prosperous". [4] It is a unisex name in Japanese, but predominantly used by males.

  4. Akira (given name) - Wikipedia

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    Look up 晃, 晶, or 輝 in Wiktionary, the free dictionary. Akira (あきら, アキラ) is a given name present in a few languages. It is a unisex Japanese given name that is predominantly used for males. There are several kanji for Akira.

  5. Hanakotoba - Wikipedia

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    Hanakotoba (花言葉) is the Japanese form of the language of flowers. The language was meant to convey emotion and communicate directly to the recipient or viewer without needing the use of words. The language was meant to convey emotion and communicate directly to the recipient or viewer without needing the use of words.

  6. Isao - Wikipedia

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    Isao Iinuma, protagonist of the novel Runaway Horses. Isao Ohta (功), a character in the anime and manga series Mobile Police Patlabor. Kondo Isao, a character in the anime and manga series Gin Tama. Categories: Given names. Japanese masculine given names.

  7. Megumi - Wikipedia

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    Megumi Yokota (横田 めぐみ, 1964-1994 or 2004), one of at least thirteen Japanese citizens kidnapped by North Korea in the late 1970s and early 1980s. Megumi Yokoyama (actress) (横山 めぐみ, born 1969), Japanese actress. Megumi Yokoyama (badminton) (横山 めぐみ, born 1990), Japanese badminton player. Megumi Yasu, Japanese gravure ...

  8. Kei (given name) - Wikipedia

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    Kei (ケイ), a character in the anime series Girls und Panzer. Kei (Prétear) (蛍), a character in the manga series Prétear. Kei, a character in the film Moon Child. Cyberdoll Kei, a character in the anime series Hand Maid May. Kei Asai (浅井 ケイ), the protagonist of the light novel series Sagrada Reset.

  9. Hanako (given name) - Wikipedia

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    Hana. Kanako. Hanako is a female Japanese given name. The name can have different meanings, one of them being 花子, meaning "flower girl." It is often seen as an archetypal name for females. [1] 華子 (華 is a kanji of many uses - 'splendor', 'flower', 'petal', 'shine', 'luster', 'ostentatious', 'showy'. 'ko' is the second kanji, meaning ...