伎 / Japanese Kanji Meanings & Readings

What does 伎 mean?

Skill. Performing arts. Talent. A fine stage. From the image of Kabuki, it is a metaphor for someone with talent in the arts.

How to read 伎?

Kunyomi... わざ/waza, たくみ/takumi

Onyomi... キ/ki,ギ/gi

jinmeikun... takumi,

* 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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伎 / related names

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Name:
yukino
Katakana:
ユキノ

Kanji:
佑伎乃
Meaning:
  • Help. To cover up.
  • Skill. Performing arts. Talent. A fine stage. From the image of Kabuki, it is a metaphor for someone with talent in the arts.
  • In other words. For that reason. So. A long time ago. In the past. You. A second-person pronoun for a person of equal or inferior status. The word for "no" is used in particles.
Name:
satsuki
Katakana:
サツキ

Kanji:
佐都伎
Meaning:
  • Auxiliary. To help. To support and help by your side. To encourage.
  • Capital. Metropolis. A large city where people gather. Tokyo. To control. To unite. Gorgeous. Beautiful. The city's style and elegance.
  • Skill. Performing arts. Talent. A fine stage. From the image of Kabuki, it is a metaphor for someone with talent in the arts.
Name:
itsuki
Katakana:
イツキ

Kanji:
壱伎
Meaning:
  • One. The first of the natural numbers. First. The most excellent. Only that. Make it one.
  • Skill. Performing arts. Talent. A fine stage. From the image of Kabuki, it is a metaphor for someone with talent in the arts.
Name:
usagi
Katakana:
ウサギ

Kanji:
卯沙伎
Meaning:
  • Rabbit. Fourth of the twelve signs of the Chinese zodiac. As the hour of the rabbit, 5:00 to 7:00 a.m. or 6:00 to 8:00 a.m. The direction of the east.
  • Sand. Sandy beach. Waterfront. Desert. The place where the sand meets the water. To wash with water and select the good ones.
  • Skill. Performing arts. Talent. A fine stage. From the image of Kabuki, it is a metaphor for someone with talent in the arts.
Name:
riki
Katakana:
リキ

Kanji:
莉伎
Meaning:
  • Jasmine (a kind of flower). A character used for jasmine.
  • Skill. Performing arts. Talent. A fine stage. From the image of Kabuki, it is a metaphor for someone with talent in the arts.
Name:
akina
Katakana:
アキナ

Kanji:
亜伎奈
Meaning:
  • Next. Near. Similar. Companions. Branching point. Abbreviation for Asia (Asia).
  • Skill. Performing arts. Talent. A fine stage. From the image of Kabuki, it is a metaphor for someone with talent in the arts.
  • Red apple. The name of a fruit tree called "kara-nashi. A word expressing a question or antonym.
Name:
kiyoko
Katakana:
キヨコ

Kanji:
伎余子
Meaning:
  • Skill. Performing arts. Talent. A fine stage. From the image of Kabuki, it is a metaphor for someone with talent in the arts.
  • More than enough. Surplus. To be more than that. Something other than that. To have an excess of.
  • Children
Name:
yukiko
Katakana:
ユキコ

Kanji:
柚伎子
Meaning:
  • Yuzu (Japanese citron). An evergreen shrub of the mandarin family.
  • Skill. Performing arts. Talent. A fine stage. From the image of Kabuki, it is a metaphor for someone with talent in the arts.
  • Children
Name:
koki
Katakana:
コウキ

Kanji:
晃伎
Meaning:
  • Glowing. Bright. Clear.
  • Skill. Performing arts. Talent. A fine stage. From the image of Kabuki, it is a metaphor for someone with talent in the arts.
Name:
yukito
Katakana:
ユキト

Kanji:
勇伎斗
Meaning:
  • Brave. Strong. Vigorous. Spirited. Decisive. Innocent. Exuberant. Soldier. Very strong soldier.
  • Skill. Performing arts. Talent. A fine stage. From the image of Kabuki, it is a metaphor for someone with talent in the arts.
  • Ladle. A tool with a handle for scooping water or alcohol. A square for measuring the amount of grain, liquid, etc. A unit of capacity, 1斗 is about 18 liters. The name of a constellation, such as the Big Dipper or the South Star. Small. The name of a constellation. Suddenly.
Name:
akira
Katakana:
アキラ

Kanji:
亜伎良
Meaning:
  • Next. Near. Similar. Companions. Branching point. Abbreviation for Asia (Asia).
  • Skill. Performing arts. Talent. A fine stage. From the image of Kabuki, it is a metaphor for someone with talent in the arts.
  • Good. Excellent. Favorable. Loving. Gentle. Somewhat. Fair.
Name:
kaiki
Katakana:
カイキ

Kanji:
快伎
Meaning:
  • Pleasant
  • Skill. Performing arts. Talent. A fine stage. From the image of Kabuki, it is a metaphor for someone with talent in the arts.
Name:
genki
Katakana:
ゲンキ

Kanji:
絃伎
Meaning:
  • Strings. A string attached to a musical instrument. General term for stringed instruments.
  • Skill. Performing arts. Talent. A fine stage. From the image of Kabuki, it is a metaphor for someone with talent in the arts.
Name:
junki
Katakana:
ジュンキ

Kanji:
潤伎
Meaning:
  • Moist. Profit. To make shiny. A metaphor for something that is pervasive and abundant.
  • Skill. Performing arts. Talent. A fine stage. From the image of Kabuki, it is a metaphor for someone with talent in the arts.
Name:
tomoki
Katakana:
トモキ

Kanji:
知伎
Meaning:
  • Knowing. Wisdom. The ability to think. News. Acquaintance. To preside over. To govern.
  • Skill. Performing arts. Talent. A fine stage. From the image of Kabuki, it is a metaphor for someone with talent in the arts.
Name:
nagi
Katakana:
ナギ

Kanji:
凪伎
Meaning:
  • Calm (at sea)
  • Skill. Performing arts. Talent. A fine stage. From the image of Kabuki, it is a metaphor for someone with talent in the arts.
Name:
hiroki
Katakana:
ヒロキ

Kanji:
浩伎
Meaning:
  • Wide. Big. Spacious. Many. Abundant.
  • Skill. Performing arts. Talent. A fine stage. From the image of Kabuki, it is a metaphor for someone with talent in the arts.
Name:
rikito
Katakana:
リキト

Kanji:
利伎人
Meaning:
  • Sharp. Smart. Wise. Good at work. Good. Useful. Convenient. (blade) sharp. To be sharp. To make a profit. To say things.
  • Skill. Performing arts. Talent. A fine stage. From the image of Kabuki, it is a metaphor for someone with talent in the arts.
  • People. Human beings. Humanity. Every single person. People. Grown-ups. Adults. Personality. Character. A word used to count people.
Name:
rikito
Katakana:
リキト

Kanji:
理伎斗
Meaning:
  • The way of things. The path or reason of things. Pattern. To set in order. Natural science.
  • Skill. Performing arts. Talent. A fine stage. From the image of Kabuki, it is a metaphor for someone with talent in the arts.
  • Ladle. A tool with a handle for scooping water or alcohol. A square for measuring the amount of grain, liquid, etc. A unit of capacity, 1斗 is about 18 liters. The name of a constellation, such as the Big Dipper or the South Star. Small. The name of a constellation. Suddenly.
Name:
shio
Katakana:
シオ

Kanji:
伎央
Meaning:
  • Skill. Performing arts. Talent. A fine stage. From the image of Kabuki, it is a metaphor for someone with talent in the arts.
  • Middle. Halfway. End of the line. End.

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