兎 / Japanese Kanji Meanings & Readings

What does 兎 mean?

Rabbit. A general term for mammals of the order Rabbits. It has long ears and is fast on its feet. The moon itself, from the legend that there is a rabbit in the moon.

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How to read 兎?

Kunyomi... うさぎ/usagi

Onyomi... ト/to

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* 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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兎 / related names

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Name:
yuito
Katakana:
ユイト

Kanji:
結兎
Meaning:
  • Tie. Bind. To connect. To assemble. To put together. To complete. To block.
  • Rabbit. A general term for mammals of the order Rabbits. It has long ears and is fast on its feet. The moon itself, from the legend that there is a rabbit in the moon.
Name:
atsuto
Katakana:
アツト

Kanji:
涼兎
Meaning:
  • Cool. Coolness. A cool, pleasant coolness. Clean and beautiful. Clean. The heart is beautiful. Sadness. Sorrowful.
  • Rabbit. A general term for mammals of the order Rabbits. It has long ears and is fast on its feet. The moon itself, from the legend that there is a rabbit in the moon.
Name:
mito
Katakana:
ミト

Kanji:
満兎
Meaning:
  • To be full. To be sufficient. To go over. All. Whole. To be rich and happy.
  • Rabbit. A general term for mammals of the order Rabbits. It has long ears and is fast on its feet. The moon itself, from the legend that there is a rabbit in the moon.
Name:
mito
Katakana:
ミト

Kanji:
美兎
Meaning:
  • Beautiful. Excellent. Splendid. Delicious.
  • Rabbit. A general term for mammals of the order Rabbits. It has long ears and is fast on its feet. The moon itself, from the legend that there is a rabbit in the moon.
Name:
atomu
Katakana:
アトム

Kanji:
亜兎夢
Meaning:
  • Next. Near. Similar. Companions. Branching point. Abbreviation for Asia (Asia).
  • Rabbit. A general term for mammals of the order Rabbits. It has long ears and is fast on its feet. The moon itself, from the legend that there is a rabbit in the moon.
  • Dream. Something you see as if it were real when you are asleep. Something you hope to achieve in the future. A pleasant thought that takes you away from reality. Something fleeting. Uncertainty.
Name:
mato
Katakana:
マト

Kanji:
真兎
Meaning:
  • True. Truth, not falsehood. Nature as it is. True form. Innate.
  • Rabbit. A general term for mammals of the order Rabbits. It has long ears and is fast on its feet. The moon itself, from the legend that there is a rabbit in the moon.
Name:
satsuki
Katakana:
サツキ

Kanji:
沙兎喜
Meaning:
  • Sand. Sandy beach. Waterfront. Desert. The place where the sand meets the water. To wash with water and select the good ones.
  • Rabbit. A general term for mammals of the order Rabbits. It has long ears and is fast on its feet. The moon itself, from the legend that there is a rabbit in the moon.
  • Joy. Happy feeling. Desirable. Good. To celebrate. Feeling of celebration. Congratulations. Happiness. To like. To enjoy.
Name:
hayato
Katakana:
ハヤト

Kanji:
颯兎
Meaning:
  • The sound of wind. The sound of the wind blowing quickly. Dashing. A gust of wind. A clean appearance. A crisp appearance.
  • Rabbit. A general term for mammals of the order Rabbits. It has long ears and is fast on its feet. The moon itself, from the legend that there is a rabbit in the moon.
Name:
aoto
Katakana:
アオト

Kanji:
碧兎
Meaning:
  • Blue. Green. Greenish-blue. A beautiful blue stone.
  • Rabbit. A general term for mammals of the order Rabbits. It has long ears and is fast on its feet. The moon itself, from the legend that there is a rabbit in the moon.
Name:
akito
Katakana:
アキト

Kanji:
昌兎
Meaning:
  • Thriving. vigorous. Explicit. bright. good. beautiful. Splendid. Sunlight.
  • Rabbit. A general term for mammals of the order Rabbits. It has long ears and is fast on its feet. The moon itself, from the legend that there is a rabbit in the moon.
Name:
akito
Katakana:
アキト

Kanji:
明希兎
Meaning:
  • Bright. The state of being illuminated by light and seeing clearly. A hopeful and positive attitude. A detailed understanding of things. To be clear. To distinguish. Smart. Wise. Light. To light up.
  • Rare. To be few in number, precious. To desire. To seek. To wish for. Faint. Sparse. thin.
  • Rabbit. A general term for mammals of the order Rabbits. It has long ears and is fast on its feet. The moon itself, from the legend that there is a rabbit in the moon.
Name:
atsuto
Katakana:
アツト

Kanji:
篤兎
Meaning:
  • Generous in humanity. Compassionate. Enthusiastic. Serious illness.
  • Rabbit. A general term for mammals of the order Rabbits. It has long ears and is fast on its feet. The moon itself, from the legend that there is a rabbit in the moon.
Name:
ayato
Katakana:
アヤト

Kanji:
郁兎
Meaning:
  • Fragrant. High in culture. Thriving culture.
  • Rabbit. A general term for mammals of the order Rabbits. It has long ears and is fast on its feet. The moon itself, from the legend that there is a rabbit in the moon.
Name:
gaito
Katakana:
ガイト

Kanji:
凱兎
Meaning:
  • Triumph. A voice given when one wins a battle or competition.
  • Rabbit. A general term for mammals of the order Rabbits. It has long ears and is fast on its feet. The moon itself, from the legend that there is a rabbit in the moon.
Name:
kazuto
Katakana:
カズト

Kanji:
一兎
Meaning:
  • One. The first. Kanji for the number 1 (one). To be the most superior. To begin, to put things together.
  • Rabbit. A general term for mammals of the order Rabbits. It has long ears and is fast on its feet. The moon itself, from the legend that there is a rabbit in the moon.
Name:
gento
Katakana:
ゲント

Kanji:
弦兎
Meaning:
  • String. The vine of a bow. A metal string attached to a stringed instrument. Abbreviation for stringed instrument.
  • Rabbit. A general term for mammals of the order Rabbits. It has long ears and is fast on its feet. The moon itself, from the legend that there is a rabbit in the moon.
Name:
shoto
Katakana:
ショウト

Kanji:
蕉兎
Meaning:
  • A perennial herb of the basho family.
  • Rabbit. A general term for mammals of the order Rabbits. It has long ears and is fast on its feet. The moon itself, from the legend that there is a rabbit in the moon.
Name:
takuto
Katakana:
タクト

Kanji:
拓兎
Meaning:
  • Open up. To open up uncharted land. To push. To lift up. To print on stone. To print letters or patterns on paper.
  • Rabbit. A general term for mammals of the order Rabbits. It has long ears and is fast on its feet. The moon itself, from the legend that there is a rabbit in the moon.
Name:
hayato
Katakana:
ハヤト

Kanji:
隼兎
Meaning:
  • Falcon. A bird of the falcon family. A metaphor for a brave person.
  • Rabbit. A general term for mammals of the order Rabbits. It has long ears and is fast on its feet. The moon itself, from the legend that there is a rabbit in the moon.
Name:
hayato
Katakana:
ハヤト

Kanji:
駿兎
Meaning:
  • 駿Excellent. An excellent person. An excellent horse with fast legs. quick.
  • Rabbit. A general term for mammals of the order Rabbits. It has long ears and is fast on its feet. The moon itself, from the legend that there is a rabbit in the moon.

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