勲 / Japanese Kanji Meanings & Readings

What does 勲 mean?

Order. Achievement or credit to a nation, people, society, or monarch. The grade of a medal.

How to read 勲?

Kunyomi... いさお/isao, いさおし/isaoshi

Onyomi... クン/kun

jinmeikun... isa, iso, koto, tsutomu, nori, hiro,

* 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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勲 / related names

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gender:

Name:
sumihiro
Katakana:
スミヒロ

Kanji:
純勲
Meaning:
  • Pure. Unpretentious. To be in one's natural state. Raw silk.
  • Order. Achievement or credit to a nation, people, society, or monarch. The grade of a medal.
Name:
isami
Katakana:
イサミ

Kanji:
勲海
Meaning:
  • Order. Achievement or credit to a nation, people, society, or monarch. The grade of a medal.
  • 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:
akihiro
Katakana:
アキヒロ

Kanji:
晃勲
Meaning:
  • Glowing. Bright. Clear.
  • Order. Achievement or credit to a nation, people, society, or monarch. The grade of a medal.
Name:
toshihiro
Katakana:
トシヒロ

Kanji:
敏勲
Meaning:
  • Quick in action and movement. Quick thinking. Smart.
  • Order. Achievement or credit to a nation, people, society, or monarch. The grade of a medal.
Name:
akinari
Katakana:
アキナリ

Kanji:
明勲
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.
  • Order. Achievement or credit to a nation, people, society, or monarch. The grade of a medal.
Name:
akinori
Katakana:
アキノリ

Kanji:
明勲
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.
  • Order. Achievement or credit to a nation, people, society, or monarch. The grade of a medal.
Name:
akihiro
Katakana:
アキヒロ

Kanji:
明勲
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.
  • Order. Achievement or credit to a nation, people, society, or monarch. The grade of a medal.
Name:
isaki
Katakana:
イサキ

Kanji:
勲輝
Meaning:
  • Order. Achievement or credit to a nation, people, society, or monarch. The grade of a medal.
  • Shining. Glittering. Brilliant. Splendid.
Name:
kunji
Katakana:
クンジ

Kanji:
勲二
Meaning:
  • Order. Achievement or credit to a nation, people, society, or monarch. The grade of a medal.
  • Two, The second. Kanji character for the number 2 (two).The next. Again. Another. Different.
Name:
tsunenori
Katakana:
ツネノリ

Kanji:
経勲
Meaning:
  • Pass away
  • Order. Achievement or credit to a nation, people, society, or monarch. The grade of a medal.
Name:
atsuhiro
Katakana:
アツヒロ

Kanji:
淳勲
Meaning:
  • Deeply emotional. Compassionate. sincere. Just as it is. Unpretentious. Pure.
  • Order. Achievement or credit to a nation, people, society, or monarch. The grade of a medal.
Name:
isaki
Katakana:
イサキ

Kanji:
勲紀
Meaning:
  • Order. Achievement or credit to a nation, people, society, or monarch. The grade of a medal.
  • Rule. Organize and record in a logical and sequential manner. Age. To proceed in an orderly fashion.
Name:
isaki
Katakana:
イサキ

Kanji:
勲揮
Meaning:
  • Order. Achievement or credit to a nation, people, society, or monarch. The grade of a medal.
  • Brandish
Name:
isaki
Katakana:
イサキ

Kanji:
勲樹
Meaning:
  • Order. Achievement or credit to a nation, people, society, or monarch. The grade of a medal.
  • Trees. General term for plants. To plant a tree. To set up. To stand firmly.
Name:
takaisa
Katakana:
タカイサ

Kanji:
貴勲
Meaning:
  • Precious. High in status or value. High in price. A word expressing respect for others.
  • Order. Achievement or credit to a nation, people, society, or monarch. The grade of a medal.
Name:
norioki
Katakana:
ノリオキ

Kanji:
勲興
Meaning:
  • Order. Achievement or credit to a nation, people, society, or monarch. The grade of a medal.
  • Interest. The momentum will flourish.
Name:
mitsunori
Katakana:
ミツノリ

Kanji:
充勲
Meaning:
  • To fill. to cover. To pack into a deficient part. To fit. To apply to. To prepare for. There are many.
  • Order. Achievement or credit to a nation, people, society, or monarch. The grade of a medal.
Name:
nagakoto
Katakana:
ナガコト

Kanji:
長勲
Meaning:
  • Long. Long distance or interval. A large range of time. Nurture. advantage. Relaxed. Eldest. Things that are at the top. Something that is useless.
  • Order. Achievement or credit to a nation, people, society, or monarch. The grade of a medal.
Name:
hiro
Katakana:
ヒロ

Kanji:
Meaning:
  • Order. Achievement or credit to a nation, people, society, or monarch. The grade of a medal.
Name:
hiroaki
Katakana:
ヒロアキ

Kanji:
勲明
Meaning:
  • Order. Achievement or credit to a nation, people, society, or monarch. The grade of a medal.
  • 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.

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