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Japanese Names That Start With B

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Name:
beniha
Katakana:
ベニハ

Kanji:
紅葉
Meaning:
  • Red color. Bright red color. The color of safflower. Pigment made from safflower. A word that refers to women.
  • Leaf. Something thin and flat, like a leaf. Something shaped like a leaf. a sheet of paper. A unit to count the number of sheets of paper, etc. A unit for counting leaves. A division of time. A unit of counting leaves. The end.
Name:
bunsei
Katakana:
ブンセイ

Kanji:
文誠
Meaning:
  • Characters. Words. Letters. Writings. Words that are spelled out. A coloration. A pattern. The beauty of appearance. Rules. Courtesy. Study. Art.
  • True. A heart without lies and falsehoods. Sincerity. Truly.
Name:
benio
Katakana:
ベニオ

Kanji:
紅緒
Meaning:
  • Red color. Bright red color. The color of safflower. Pigment made from safflower. A word that refers to women.
  • The beginning of things. Connection. A thought caused by a thing.
Name:
bian
Katakana:
ビアン

Kanji:
美杏
Meaning:
  • Beautiful. Excellent. Splendid. Delicious.
  • Apricot. Name of fruit tree. A small deciduous tree of the rose family. The language of this flower is "timid love", "doubt" and "distrust".
Name:
banri
Katakana:
バンリ

Kanji:
万里
Meaning:
  • 10000. Kanji character for the number 10000 (ten thousand). A unit of number. A large number or quantity. Sufficient. Enough. All. Various. All. Anything. Never. Always. Never. No matter what happens.
  • Village. Countryside. Hometown. The family home of a wife or son-in-law. A pathway that runs vertically and horizontally. Paths. A unit of distance.
Name:
biru
Katakana:
ビル

Kanji:
琵琉
Meaning:
  • Biwa (Japanese lute)
  • Ruri(lapis lazuli). Name of a gemstone. A deep blue to indigo-colored gemstone. One of the seven treasures.
Name:
botan
Katakana:
ボタン

Kanji:
牡丹
Meaning:
  • Bull
  • Vermilion. Red clay compounded with sulphur and mercury, or its color. Made by adding sulfur and nitre to lead and baking it. Medicine. Pure. Sincerity.
Name:
baku
Katakana:
バク

Kanji:
Meaning:
Name:
botaro
Katakana:
ボウタロウ

Kanji:
房太朗
Meaning:
  • Tuft. A cluster of many threads, the tips of which hang down. The state in which many flowers, fruits, etc. are gathered and hang down from a branch. A bag of fruit contents. Small chamber
  • Abundantly large. Large in circumference. Thick. Flabby. Very. A word used to refer to a person of high rank or status.
  • Cheerful. Explicit. A bright, cheerful personality. A beautiful, unclouded appearance. Honest. Clear-hearted. A clear voice.
Name:
borero
Katakana:
ボレロ

Kanji:
歩麗路
Meaning:
  • Walk. I move forward. Months and days flow by. Things are progressing. Progress. degree. Stage.
  • Beautiful. Glittering. Gentle. Lined up.
  • A road. A road on which people and cars come and go. Travel. The path of things. An important position.
Name:
bunsuke
Katakana:
ブンスケ

Kanji:
文介
Meaning:
  • Characters. Words. Letters. Writings. Words that are spelled out. A coloration. A pattern. The beauty of appearance. Rules. Courtesy. Study. Art.
  • Help. A person who helps. To be near, to accompany. to take care of. To intercede. To make friends with. to separate. to separate. to be firm. To protect tightly. Something that covers the outside to protect oneself. boundary. border.
Name:
bunta
Katakana:
ブンタ

Kanji:
文汰
Meaning:
  • Characters. Words. Letters. Writings. Words that are spelled out. A coloration. A pattern. The beauty of appearance. Rules. Courtesy. Study. Art.
  • Sort them out. Washing with water to separate the good from the bad. to wash away. To make cloudy. To add to. More than a minute. Too many.
Name:
bakushu
Katakana:
バクシュウ

Kanji:
麦秋
Meaning:
  • Wheat. A general term for barley, wheat, rye, and oats in the grass family. Wheat is a metaphor for a strong person or thing because it grows strong when trodden on.
  • Autumn. One of the four seasons. An important time. Fruitfulness of crops. The time that passes. Years and months. Being past the prime of life.
Name:
ban
Katakana:
バン

Kanji:
Meaning:
  • To accompany. To walk along with a superior. A companion. To accompany. To be a partner.
Name:
bansho
Katakana:
バンショウ

Kanji:
万象
Meaning:
  • 10000. Kanji character for the number 10000 (ten thousand). A unit of number. A large number or quantity. Sufficient. Enough. All. Various. All. Anything. Never. Always. Never. No matter what happens.
  • Elephant
Name:
banri
Katakana:
バンリ

Kanji:
万稟
Meaning:
  • 10000. Kanji character for the number 10000 (ten thousand). A unit of number. A large number or quantity. Sufficient. Enough. All. Various. All. Anything. Never. Always. Never. No matter what happens.
  • Say. Inborn nature
Name:
banri
Katakana:
バンリ

Kanji:
萬吏
Meaning:
  • 10000. Kanji character for the number 10000 (ten thousand). A unit of number. A large number or quantity. Sufficient. Enough. All. Various. All. Anything. Never. Always. Never. No matter what happens.
  • A government official. A lower-ranking official. To govern. It is a metaphor for sincerity and hard work, as it originated from a government official who worked hard.
Name:
bunkei
Katakana:
ブンケイ

Kanji:
文惠
Meaning:
  • Characters. Words. Letters. Writings. Words that are spelled out. A coloration. A pattern. The beauty of appearance. Rules. Courtesy. Study. Art.
  • Grace. Caring. Compassion. To feel sorry for someone. To pity and be kind. God and Buddha give happiness. To give things. Wise. Witty. Straightforward. Obedient. Beautiful. Give.
Name:
binsei
Katakana:
ビンセイ

Kanji:
敏世
Meaning:
  • Quick in action and movement. Quick thinking. Smart.
  • The world. Also refers to 30 years. During a person's life. A lifetime. The period of time before a person inherits a position from his parents and passes it on to his children. To pass on from generation to generation. A period of time. The world. Society.
Name:
bunkei
Katakana:
ブンケイ

Kanji:
文圭
Meaning:
  • Characters. Words. Letters. Writings. Words that are spelled out. A coloration. A pattern. The beauty of appearance. Rules. Courtesy. Study. Art.
  • Jewel with a pointed tip and decorated with a ball. A jewel given by the Emperor to the lords as proof of their status. Angular. To make things rough instead of amicable.

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