円 / Japanese Kanji Meanings & Readings

What does 円 mean?

A round shape. No corners or chips. Smooth. A metaphor for something that is full. Japanese monetary currency.

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How to read 円?

Kunyomi... まるい/marui,まどか/madoka, つぶらか/tsuburaka, まろやか/maroyaka

Onyomi... エン/en

jinmeikun... tsubura, nobu, mado, madoka, maru, mitsu, kazu,

* 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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円 / related names

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Name:
madoka
Katakana:
マドカ

Kanji:
円海
Meaning:
  • A round shape. No corners or chips. Smooth. A metaphor for something that is full. Japanese monetary currency.
  • Sea. Wide and large. A place where many people and things gather. A large lake or pond. A large lake or pond. A frontier. The end of the earth.
Name:
madoka
Katakana:
マドカ

Kanji:
円香
Meaning:
  • A round shape. No corners or chips. Smooth. A metaphor for something that is full. Japanese monetary currency.
  • Scent. Good smell, fragrant. Aromatic. A scented object that produces a fragrance.
Name:
madoka
Katakana:
マドカ

Kanji:
Meaning:
  • A round shape. No corners or chips. Smooth. A metaphor for something that is full. Japanese monetary currency.
Name:
madoka
Katakana:
マドカ

Kanji:
円花
Meaning:
  • A round shape. No corners or chips. Smooth. A metaphor for something that is full. Japanese monetary currency.
  • Flowers. Something shaped like a flower. A metaphor for something as beautiful or gorgeous as a flower. Honor. To be excellent.
Name:
emiri
Katakana:
エミリ

Kanji:
円未里
Meaning:
  • A round shape. No corners or chips. Smooth. A metaphor for something that is full. Japanese monetary currency.
  • Not yet. Sheep of the twelve signs of the Chinese zodiac.
  • 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:
kazuha
Katakana:
カズハ

Kanji:
円葉
Meaning:
  • A round shape. No corners or chips. Smooth. A metaphor for something that is full. Japanese monetary currency.
  • 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:
mitsuyo
Katakana:
ミツヨ

Kanji:
円陽
Meaning:
  • A round shape. No corners or chips. Smooth. A metaphor for something that is full. Japanese monetary currency.
  • Sun. Sunlight. The side where the sun shines. Warm. Bright. Whenever. Active and proactive. The positive pole of electricity and magnetism.
Name:
guen
Katakana:
グエン

Kanji:
紅円
Meaning:
  • Red color. Bright red color. The color of safflower. Pigment made from safflower. A word that refers to women.
  • A round shape. No corners or chips. Smooth. A metaphor for something that is full. Japanese monetary currency.
Name:
shion
Katakana:
シオン

Kanji:
詩円
Meaning:
  • Poetry
  • A round shape. No corners or chips. Smooth. A metaphor for something that is full. Japanese monetary currency.
Name:
mitsuko
Katakana:
ミツコ

Kanji:
円子
Meaning:
  • A round shape. No corners or chips. Smooth. A metaphor for something that is full. Japanese monetary currency.
  • Children
Name:
misako
Katakana:
ミサコ

Kanji:
円咲子
Meaning:
  • A round shape. No corners or chips. Smooth. A metaphor for something that is full. Japanese monetary currency.
  • Blooming. Flower buds open. It smiles.
  • Children
Name:
marumi
Katakana:
マルミ

Kanji:
円心
Meaning:
  • A round shape. No corners or chips. Smooth. A metaphor for something that is full. Japanese monetary currency.
  • Mind. Spirit. Feelings. Thoughts. Heart. Chest. Center. The center of things. Important things. The point.
Name:
maruka
Katakana:
マルカ

Kanji:
円佳
Meaning:
  • A round shape. No corners or chips. Smooth. A metaphor for something that is full. Japanese monetary currency.
  • Beautiful. Good in shape. Excellent. Splendid. The time is just right. Congratulations.
Name:
madora
Katakana:
マドラ

Kanji:
円良
Meaning:
  • A round shape. No corners or chips. Smooth. A metaphor for something that is full. Japanese monetary currency.
  • Good. Excellent. Favorable. Loving. Gentle. Somewhat. Fair.
Name:
mitsuya
Katakana:
ミツヤ

Kanji:
円弥
Meaning:
  • A round shape. No corners or chips. Smooth. A metaphor for something that is full. Japanese monetary currency.
  • It's been a long time. Distant. Extensive, pervasive. Passing time. Big. To mend. To sew. To put away. To stop. To finish. Finally. More and more. Further.
Name:
enji
Katakana:
エンジ

Kanji:
円士
Meaning:
  • A round shape. No corners or chips. Smooth. A metaphor for something that is full. Japanese monetary currency.
  • "Male. Adult male. A learned and respectable man. A beautiful name for a man. A man who excels in learning and knowledge. A man with a title. A samurai. A military man. A man who has acquired special qualifications or skills. To perform a task. To serve."
Name:
enji
Katakana:
エンジ

Kanji:
円爾
Meaning:
  • A round shape. No corners or chips. Smooth. A metaphor for something that is full. Japanese monetary currency.
  • Second-person pronouns. You. Indicative pronoun. That. A particle indicating a state. A particle of limitation and definiteness.
Name:
enshiro
Katakana:
エンシロウ

Kanji:
円四郎
Meaning:
  • A round shape. No corners or chips. Smooth. A metaphor for something that is full. Japanese monetary currency.
  • Four. The fourth. Kanji character for the number 4 (four). The next number after three. The pronunciation of "shi" is associated with the word "death," so it is often changed to "yo" or "yon.
  • Male. Men. Young men. A word that refers broadly to boys. A retainer.
Name:
jien
Katakana:
ジエン

Kanji:
侍円
Meaning:
  • Samurai. A person who wears a sword and serves his lord with martial arts. A person of considerable ability. A man of spirit. Abbreviation of "samurai office" and "subordinate samurai. A person who is attached to a person of rank and performs miscellaneous duties.
  • A round shape. No corners or chips. Smooth. A metaphor for something that is full. Japanese monetary currency.
Name:
jien
Katakana:
ジエン

Kanji:
慈円
Meaning:
  • Compassion. To love deeply. A deep feeling of respect mixed with affection. Unconditional love.
  • A round shape. No corners or chips. Smooth. A metaphor for something that is full. Japanese monetary currency.

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