叉 / Japanese Kanji Meanings & Readings

What does 叉 mean?

A tool with a two-pronged tip that points at an object.

How to read 叉?

Kunyomi... また/mata,さす/sasu,こまぬく/komanuku,こまねく/komaneku

Onyomi... サ/sa,シャ/sha

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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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叉 / related names

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Name:
satoya
Katakana:
サトヤ

Kanji:
叉都也
Meaning:
  • A tool with a two-pronged tip that points at an object.
  • Capital. Metropolis. A large city where people gather. Tokyo. To control. To unite. Gorgeous. Beautiful. The city's style and elegance.
  • Affirmation. Words for exclamations, questions, and antonyms.
Name:
isaki
Katakana:
イサキ

Kanji:
一叉揮
Meaning:
  • One. The first. Kanji for the number 1 (one). To be the most superior. To begin, to put things together.
  • A tool with a two-pronged tip that points at an object.
  • Brandish
Name:
sasuke
Katakana:
サスケ

Kanji:
叉奨
Meaning:
  • A tool with a two-pronged tip that points at an object.
  • Recommendations. Help and encourage.
Name:
nagisa
Katakana:
ナギサ

Kanji:
渚叉
Meaning:
  • Beach. A place where waves crash in the ocean or lake. A place where land meets water.
  • A tool with a two-pronged tip that points at an object.
Name:
kishamaru
Katakana:
キシャマル

Kanji:
幾叉丸
Meaning:
  • How Many? A word that asks about a relatively small number.
  • A tool with a two-pronged tip that points at an object.
  • Round. No corners. Gentle. A dumpling. A dumpling made from fish or other ingredients. Abbreviation of pill.
Name:
onsa
Katakana:
オンサ

Kanji:
音叉
Meaning:
  • Sound. Tone. Voice. News.
  • A tool with a two-pronged tip that points at an object.
Name:
hiromasa
Katakana:
ヒロマサ

Kanji:
大麻叉
Meaning:
  • Big. Large. Large in number or quantity. Greatly. Valuable. Important. Excellent. Splendid. Very much. Much. (Power or force) strong. long time. To be high in rank or position.
  • Hemp. An annual herbaceous plant of the mulberry family. General term for plants resembling hemp. Numb.
  • A tool with a two-pronged tip that points at an object.
Name:
saya
Katakana:
サアヤ

Kanji:
叉亜夜
Meaning:
  • A tool with a two-pronged tip that points at an object.
  • Next. Near. Similar. Companions. Branching point. Abbreviation for Asia (Asia).
  • Night. The time between sunset and sunrise. The dark period when the sun is setting. A metaphor for something quiet and serene.
Name:
saya
Katakana:
サアヤ

Kanji:
叉亜弥
Meaning:
  • A tool with a two-pronged tip that points at an object.
  • Next. Near. Similar. Companions. Branching point. Abbreviation for Asia (Asia).
  • 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:
saya
Katakana:
サアヤ

Kanji:
叉亜椰
Meaning:
  • A tool with a two-pronged tip that points at an object.
  • Next. Near. Similar. Companions. Branching point. Abbreviation for Asia (Asia).
  • Palms. A general term for plants belonging to the monocotyledonous palm family.
Name:
saya
Katakana:
サアヤ

Kanji:
叉亜耶
Meaning:
  • A tool with a two-pronged tip that points at an object.
  • Next. Near. Similar. Companions. Branching point. Abbreviation for Asia (Asia).
  • Auxiliary character used to indicate a question
Name:
sau
Katakana:
サウ

Kanji:
叉雨
Meaning:
  • A tool with a two-pronged tip that points at an object.
  • Rain. Something that pours down like rain.
Name:
saki
Katakana:
サキ

Kanji:
叉希
Meaning:
  • A tool with a two-pronged tip that points at an object.
  • Rare. To be few in number, precious. To desire. To seek. To wish for. Faint. Sparse. thin.
Name:
saki
Katakana:
サキ

Kanji:
叉生
Meaning:
  • A tool with a two-pronged tip that points at an object.
  • Live. To be born. Born. To grow. Life. A living thing. Pure. Unadulterated. Fresh. Unprocessed. Unripe. A person who is learning or practicing.
Name:
saki
Katakana:
サキ

Kanji:
叉紀
Meaning:
  • A tool with a two-pronged tip that points at an object.
  • Rule. Organize and record in a logical and sequential manner. Age. To proceed in an orderly fashion.
Name:
sakuya
Katakana:
サクヤ

Kanji:
叉玖耶
Meaning:
  • A tool with a two-pronged tip that points at an object.
  • Beautiful black stone
  • Auxiliary character used to indicate a question
Name:
sakuya
Katakana:
サクヤ

Kanji:
叉紅耶
Meaning:
  • A tool with a two-pronged tip that points at an object.
  • Red color. Bright red color. The color of safflower. Pigment made from safflower. A word that refers to women.
  • Auxiliary character used to indicate a question
Name:
sakura
Katakana:
サクラ

Kanji:
叉玖羅
Meaning:
  • A tool with a two-pronged tip that points at an object.
  • Beautiful black stone
  • Net, a net for catching birds.They are arranged in a row like a net. Thin silk.
Name:
sakura
Katakana:
サクラ

Kanji:
叉紅羅
Meaning:
  • A tool with a two-pronged tip that points at an object.
  • Red color. Bright red color. The color of safflower. Pigment made from safflower. A word that refers to women.
  • Net, a net for catching birds.They are arranged in a row like a net. Thin silk.
Name:
sana
Katakana:
サナ

Kanji:
叉南
Meaning:
  • A tool with a two-pronged tip that points at an object.
  • South. The name of a direction. To go to the south. To teach the arts or martial arts. A person who rules a country. A person who governs a country.

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