図 / Japanese Kanji Meanings & Readings

What does 図 mean?

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How to read 図?

Kunyomi... はかる/hakaru,え/e

Onyomi... ズ/zu,ト/to

jinmeikun... nori, mitsu,

* 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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図 / related names

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Name:
kaito
Katakana:
カイト

Kanji:
海図
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.
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Name:
masato
Katakana:
マサト

Kanji:
眞図
Meaning:
  • True. Truth, not falsehood. Nature as it is. True form. Innate.
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Name:
hakaru
Katakana:
ハカル

Kanji:
Meaning:
Name:
haruto
Katakana:
ハルト

Kanji:
春図
Meaning:
  • Spring. One of the four seasons. New Year. A time of great momentum in life. Adolescence. Affection. Lust. Sexual passion.
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Name:
hoto
Katakana:
ホウト

Kanji:
鵬図
Meaning:
  • Imaginary Big Bird
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Name:
yuto
Katakana:
ユウト

Kanji:
優図
Meaning:
  • Gentle. Soothing. Caring. Soothing. Relaxed. Elegant, beautiful. Superior to others. Excellent. Rich. Abundant. Generous.
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Name:
toyokazu
Katakana:
トヨカズ

Kanji:
図洋和
Meaning:
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  • Oceans. A big ocean. Wide sea. Big waves. Wide and large. A crowded appearance. An appearance of water spreading. Abbreviation for "Western". Two major cultural spheres in the world (Western, Eastern)Oceans. A big ocean. Wide sea. Wide and large. An appearance of water spreading. Abbreviation for "Western". Two major cultural spheres in the world (Western, Eastern)
  • Harmony. Peaceful. Tranquility. To soothe. To be quiet. To get along. Combine. To mix. To blend. Combine. To match. To set in order. To set the tone. A moderate appearance. Calm sea. Yamato. Japan.
Name:
chizu
Katakana:
チズ

Kanji:
千図
Meaning:
  • Thousand. Kanji character for the number 1000 (thousand).A unit of number. A large number. Many. Various appearances.
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Name:
nanato
Katakana:
ナナト

Kanji:
七図
Meaning:
  • Seven. Seventh. Kanji character for the number 7 (seven). Many times.
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Name:
yuto
Katakana:
ユウト

Kanji:
結図
Meaning:
  • Tie. Bind. To connect. To assemble. To put together. To complete. To block.
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Name:
yuto
Katakana:
ユウト

Kanji:
雄図
Meaning:
  • Male. The male of an animal. Brave. An excellent person. Large in scale.
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Name:
toi
Katakana:
トイ

Kanji:
図維
Meaning:
Name:
hiroto
Katakana:
ヒロト

Kanji:
紘図
Meaning:
Name:
kozu
Katakana:
コウズ

Kanji:
宏図
Meaning:
  • Large. Big. Expand. Excellent. To be splendid.
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Name:
kozu
Katakana:
コウズ

Kanji:
鴻図
Meaning:
  • Whooper swan (Cygnus cygnus)
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Name:
ichizu
Katakana:
イチズ

Kanji:
一図
Meaning:
  • One. The first. Kanji for the number 1 (one). To be the most superior. To begin, to put things together.
  • Figure
Name:
tsuzuo
Katakana:
ツズオ

Kanji:
都図雄
Meaning:
  • Capital. Metropolis. A large city where people gather. Tokyo. To control. To unite. Gorgeous. Beautiful. The city's style and elegance.
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  • Male. The male of an animal. Brave. An excellent person. Large in scale.
Name:
ritsuto
Katakana:
リツト

Kanji:
律図
Meaning:
  • To discipline. To consider or deal with things according to a certain standard. To determine.
  • Figure
Name:
ryuto
Katakana:
リュウト

Kanji:
流図
Meaning:
  • Flow. The flow of water, etc. To spread in the world. To send to a distant place. To wander. To end without taking shape. To deviate from the original purpose. A unit of flag. Technique. Style. Companions.
  • Figure
Name:
rento
Katakana:
レント

Kanji:
蓮図
Meaning:
  • Lotus (a kind of flower). A perennial aquatic plant of the water lily family. It is believed to be a flower that blooms in the paradise. A metaphor for something pure and beautiful. The language of this flower is "estranged love" and "eloquence".
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