乾 / Japanese Kanji Meanings & Readings
What does 乾 mean?
To dry. To lose moisture. To dry up. On the surface. Strong. healthy. Sturdy. Northwest direction.
How to read 乾?
Kunyomi... かわく/kawaku,かわかす/kawakasu,ほす/hosu, ひ/hi, いぬい/inui
jinmeikun... kimi, susumu, takeshi, tsutomu, fu,
* There are two typical ways of reading kanji, kun-yomi and on-yomi. In addition, there is a reading system called "jinmei kun" which is used only for names.
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Can be registered as a Japanese name
In Japan, 2999 kanji characters can be registered as names. (In other words, you cannot officially apply for any other kanji as a name.) But if you enjoy it as fiction, no problem.
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