刀 / Japanese Kanji Meanings & Readings

What does 刀 mean?

Sword. A long, thin, single-edged weapon. A long sword against a small sword. A small sword against a long sword. A scalpel used in dissection and surgery.

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How to read 刀?

Kunyomi... かたな/katana

Onyomi... トウ/to

jinmeikun... to, hakashi,

* 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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刀 / related names

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Name:
yuto
Katakana:
ユウト

Kanji:
悠刀
Meaning:
  • Distant in time or space. Far away. Eternal. To go on forever. Relaxed, leisurely. Tranquil. Long-hearted. Not in a hurry.
  • Sword. A long, thin, single-edged weapon. A long sword against a small sword. A small sword against a long sword. A scalpel used in dissection and surgery.
Name:
kaito
Katakana:
カイト

Kanji:
魁刀
Meaning:
  • Chieftain. Big and imposing. The four stars that form the head of the Big Dipper. Also, the first star of the Big Dipper.
  • Sword. A long, thin, single-edged weapon. A long sword against a small sword. A small sword against a long sword. A scalpel used in dissection and surgery.
Name:
haruto
Katakana:
ハルト

Kanji:
悠刀
Meaning:
  • Distant in time or space. Far away. Eternal. To go on forever. Relaxed, leisurely. Tranquil. Long-hearted. Not in a hurry.
  • Sword. A long, thin, single-edged weapon. A long sword against a small sword. A small sword against a long sword. A scalpel used in dissection and surgery.
Name:
toma
Katakana:
トウマ

Kanji:
刀馬
Meaning:
  • Sword. A long, thin, single-edged weapon. A long sword against a small sword. A small sword against a long sword. A scalpel used in dissection and surgery.
  • Horse. A metaphor for something big. A metaphor for something lowly.
Name:
yuto
Katakana:
ユウト

Kanji:
勇刀
Meaning:
  • Brave. Strong. Vigorous. Spirited. Decisive. Innocent. Exuberant. Soldier. Very strong soldier.
  • Sword. A long, thin, single-edged weapon. A long sword against a small sword. A small sword against a long sword. A scalpel used in dissection and surgery.
Name:
toma
Katakana:
トウマ

Kanji:
刀万
Meaning:
  • Sword. A long, thin, single-edged weapon. A long sword against a small sword. A small sword against a long sword. A scalpel used in dissection and surgery.
  • 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.
Name:
toya
Katakana:
トウヤ

Kanji:
刀夜
Meaning:
  • Sword. A long, thin, single-edged weapon. A long sword against a small sword. A small sword against a long sword. A scalpel used in dissection and surgery.
  • Night. The time between sunset and sunrise. The dark period when the sun is setting. A metaphor for something quiet and serene.
Name:
yuto
Katakana:
ユウト

Kanji:
柚刀
Meaning:
  • Yuzu (Japanese citron). An evergreen shrub of the mandarin family.
  • Sword. A long, thin, single-edged weapon. A long sword against a small sword. A small sword against a long sword. A scalpel used in dissection and surgery.
Name:
toya
Katakana:
トウヤ

Kanji:
刀哉
Meaning:
  • Sword. A long, thin, single-edged weapon. A long sword against a small sword. A small sword against a long sword. A scalpel used in dissection and surgery.
  • Auxiliary characters for questions and antonyms. A particle expressing emotion or admiration. Beginning.
Name:
katana
Katakana:
カタナ

Kanji:
Meaning:
  • Sword. A long, thin, single-edged weapon. A long sword against a small sword. A small sword against a long sword. A scalpel used in dissection and surgery.
Name:
yuto
Katakana:
ユウト

Kanji:
夕刀
Meaning:
  • Evening. Sunset. End of the year or month.
  • Sword. A long, thin, single-edged weapon. A long sword against a small sword. A small sword against a long sword. A scalpel used in dissection and surgery.
Name:
yuto
Katakana:
ユウト

Kanji:
侑刀
Meaning:
  • To help. Help by covering for. To lend help. To offer to eat or drink. Reward. To thank someone. To forgive.
  • Sword. A long, thin, single-edged weapon. A long sword against a small sword. A small sword against a long sword. A scalpel used in dissection and surgery.
Name:
yuto
Katakana:
ユウト

Kanji:
優刀
Meaning:
  • Gentle. Soothing. Caring. Soothing. Relaxed. Elegant, beautiful. Superior to others. Excellent. Rich. Abundant. Generous.
  • Sword. A long, thin, single-edged weapon. A long sword against a small sword. A small sword against a long sword. A scalpel used in dissection and surgery.
Name:
kento
Katakana:
ケント

Kanji:
萱刀
Meaning:
  • Liliaceae (the perennial plant family)
  • Sword. A long, thin, single-edged weapon. A long sword against a small sword. A small sword against a long sword. A scalpel used in dissection and surgery.
Name:
toa
Katakana:
トウア

Kanji:
刀安
Meaning:
  • Sword. A long, thin, single-edged weapon. A long sword against a small sword. A small sword against a long sword. A scalpel used in dissection and surgery.
  • Peaceful. Quiet. Calm. Calm and relaxed, without anxiety. To reassure. To calm the mind. Peacefulness. To enjoy. To indulge. Prefer. inexpensive. Affordable.
Name:
tori
Katakana:
トウリ

Kanji:
刀凛
Meaning:
  • Sword. A long, thin, single-edged weapon. A long sword against a small sword. A small sword against a long sword. A scalpel used in dissection and surgery.
  • dignified. Having a dignified attitude. Solemn. Crisp and tightly cold.
Name:
toichiro
Katakana:
トウイチロウ

Kanji:
刀一郎
Meaning:
  • Sword. A long, thin, single-edged weapon. A long sword against a small sword. A small sword against a long sword. A scalpel used in dissection and surgery.
  • One. The first. Kanji for the number 1 (one). To be the most superior. To begin, to put things together.
  • Male. Men. Young men. A word that refers broadly to boys. A retainer.
Name:
toga
Katakana:
トウガ

Kanji:
刀雅
Meaning:
  • Sword. A long, thin, single-edged weapon. A long sword against a small sword. A small sword against a long sword. A scalpel used in dissection and surgery.
  • Elegant. Correct. Always. A word of respect for others.
Name:
toki
Katakana:
トウキ

Kanji:
刀輝
Meaning:
  • Sword. A long, thin, single-edged weapon. A long sword against a small sword. A small sword against a long sword. A scalpel used in dissection and surgery.
  • Shining. Glittering. Brilliant. Splendid.
Name:
tori
Katakana:
トウリ

Kanji:
刀李
Meaning:
  • Sword. A long, thin, single-edged weapon. A long sword against a small sword. A small sword against a long sword. A scalpel used in dissection and surgery.
  • Plum (a kind of fruit tree). A small deciduous tree of the rose family. Judge. A messenger. It also refers to Li Bai, a poet of the Tang Dynasty in China. The language of this flower is "misunderstanding".

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