吏 / Japanese Kanji Meanings & Readings

What does 吏 mean?

A government official. A lower-ranking official. To govern. It is a metaphor for sincerity and hard work, as it originated from a government official who worked hard.

How to read 吏?

Kunyomi... つかさ/tsukasa

Onyomi... リ/ri

jinmeikun... osa, osamu, sato, tsukasa, hito, fumi,

* 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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吏 / related names

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gender:

Name:
tsukasa
Katakana:
ツカサ

Kanji:
Meaning:
  • A government official. A lower-ranking official. To govern. It is a metaphor for sincerity and hard work, as it originated from a government official who worked hard.
Name:
yuri
Katakana:
ユウリ

Kanji:
柚吏
Meaning:
  • Yuzu (Japanese citron). An evergreen shrub of the mandarin family.
  • A government official. A lower-ranking official. To govern. It is a metaphor for sincerity and hard work, as it originated from a government official who worked hard.
Name:
risa
Katakana:
リサ

Kanji:
吏紗
Meaning:
  • A government official. A lower-ranking official. To govern. It is a metaphor for sincerity and hard work, as it originated from a government official who worked hard.
  • Thin silk. A thin, coarse silk fabric. A veil-like fabric.
Name:
ritsu
Katakana:
リツ

Kanji:
吏津
Meaning:
  • A government official. A lower-ranking official. To govern. It is a metaphor for sincerity and hard work, as it originated from a government official who worked hard.
  • Port
Name:
kairi
Katakana:
カイリ

Kanji:
快吏
Meaning:
  • Pleasant
  • A government official. A lower-ranking official. To govern. It is a metaphor for sincerity and hard work, as it originated from a government official who worked hard.
Name:
yuri
Katakana:
ユウリ

Kanji:
佑吏
Meaning:
  • Help. To cover up.
  • A government official. A lower-ranking official. To govern. It is a metaphor for sincerity and hard work, as it originated from a government official who worked hard.
Name:
kairi
Katakana:
カイリ

Kanji:
海吏
Meaning:
  • 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.
  • A government official. A lower-ranking official. To govern. It is a metaphor for sincerity and hard work, as it originated from a government official who worked hard.
Name:
rimi
Katakana:
リミ

Kanji:
吏美
Meaning:
  • A government official. A lower-ranking official. To govern. It is a metaphor for sincerity and hard work, as it originated from a government official who worked hard.
  • Beautiful. Excellent. Splendid. Delicious.
Name:
tori
Katakana:
トウリ

Kanji:
透吏
Meaning:
  • Show through
  • A government official. A lower-ranking official. To govern. It is a metaphor for sincerity and hard work, as it originated from a government official who worked hard.
Name:
yuri
Katakana:
ユウリ

Kanji:
悠吏
Meaning:
  • Distant in time or space. Far away. Eternal. To go on forever. Relaxed, leisurely. Tranquil. Long-hearted. Not in a hurry.
  • A government official. A lower-ranking official. To govern. It is a metaphor for sincerity and hard work, as it originated from a government official who worked hard.
Name:
riku
Katakana:
リク

Kanji:
吏玖
Meaning:
  • A government official. A lower-ranking official. To govern. It is a metaphor for sincerity and hard work, as it originated from a government official who worked hard.
  • Beautiful black stone
Name:
yuri
Katakana:
ユウリ

Kanji:
祐吏
Meaning:
  • Help from God and Buddha. To protect and help.
  • A government official. A lower-ranking official. To govern. It is a metaphor for sincerity and hard work, as it originated from a government official who worked hard.
Name:
yuri
Katakana:
ユウリ

Kanji:
優吏
Meaning:
  • Gentle. Soothing. Caring. Soothing. Relaxed. Elegant, beautiful. Superior to others. Excellent. Rich. Abundant. Generous.
  • A government official. A lower-ranking official. To govern. It is a metaphor for sincerity and hard work, as it originated from a government official who worked hard.
Name:
risa
Katakana:
リサ

Kanji:
吏沙
Meaning:
  • A government official. A lower-ranking official. To govern. It is a metaphor for sincerity and hard work, as it originated from a government official who worked hard.
  • Sand. Sandy beach. Waterfront. Desert. The place where the sand meets the water. To wash with water and select the good ones.
Name:
riko
Katakana:
リコ

Kanji:
吏胡
Meaning:
  • A government official. A lower-ranking official. To govern. It is a metaphor for sincerity and hard work, as it originated from a government official who worked hard.
  • Different ethnic groups living in the north and west of China
Name:
riyo
Katakana:
リヨ

Kanji:
吏世
Meaning:
  • A government official. A lower-ranking official. To govern. It is a metaphor for sincerity and hard work, as it originated from a government official who worked hard.
  • The world. Also refers to 30 years. During a person's life. A lifetime. The period of time before a person inherits a position from his parents and passes it on to his children. To pass on from generation to generation. A period of time. The world. Society.
Name:
yuri
Katakana:
ユウリ

Kanji:
優吏
Meaning:
  • Gentle. Soothing. Caring. Soothing. Relaxed. Elegant, beautiful. Superior to others. Excellent. Rich. Abundant. Generous.
  • A government official. A lower-ranking official. To govern. It is a metaphor for sincerity and hard work, as it originated from a government official who worked hard.
Name:
tori
Katakana:
トウリ

Kanji:
冬吏
Meaning:
  • Winter. One of the four seasons. Refers to the period from December to around February.
  • A government official. A lower-ranking official. To govern. It is a metaphor for sincerity and hard work, as it originated from a government official who worked hard.
Name:
rina
Katakana:
リナ

Kanji:
吏南
Meaning:
  • A government official. A lower-ranking official. To govern. It is a metaphor for sincerity and hard work, as it originated from a government official who worked hard.
  • 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.
Name:
shuri
Katakana:
シュリ

Kanji:
趣吏
Meaning:
  • Quaint. The place where the mind goes. Thinking. To go to.
  • A government official. A lower-ranking official. To govern. It is a metaphor for sincerity and hard work, as it originated from a government official who worked hard.

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