圓 / Japanese Kanji Meanings & Readings

What does 圓 mean?

A round shape. No corners or chips. Smooth. A metaphor for something that is full. Japanese monetary currency.

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How to read 圓?

Kunyomi... まるい/marui

Onyomi... エン/en

jinmeikun...

* 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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圓 / related names

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Name:
enjo
Katakana:
エンジョウ

Kanji:
圓丈
Meaning:
  • A round shape. No corners or chips. Smooth. A metaphor for something that is full. Japanese monetary currency.
  • The vertical length of height, clothing, objects, etc. Strong. Robust. Firmness. To measure the area and shape of land. A unit of length in the Shaku-kan method. An honorific title for an old man or elder.
Name:
empei
Katakana:
エンペイ

Kanji:
圓平
Meaning:
  • A round shape. No corners or chips. Smooth. A metaphor for something that is full. Japanese monetary currency.
  • Flat. Without height, unevenness, or slope. A uniform and unchanging appearance. Equal. Calm. Gentle. An unchanging appearance. To divide. Settled. Normal. Usually. Everyday.
Name:
entaro
Katakana:
エンタロウ

Kanji:
圓太郎
Meaning:
  • A round shape. No corners or chips. Smooth. A metaphor for something that is full. Japanese monetary currency.
  • Abundantly large. Large in circumference. Thick. Flabby. Very. A word used to refer to a person of high rank or status.
  • Male. Men. Young men. A word that refers broadly to boys. A retainer.
Name:
naomitsu
Katakana:
ナオミツ

Kanji:
直圓
Meaning:
  • Correct. Honest. Straight-hearted. fix. Direct.
  • A round shape. No corners or chips. Smooth. A metaphor for something that is full. Japanese monetary currency.
Name:
madoka
Katakana:
マドカ

Kanji:
圓華
Meaning:
  • A round shape. No corners or chips. Smooth. A metaphor for something that is full. Japanese monetary currency.
  • Flower. Gorgeous. Beautiful. Eye-catching. Excellent and beautiful. White powder. Chinese self-designation.
Name:
ento
Katakana:
エント

Kanji:
圓人
Meaning:
  • A round shape. No corners or chips. Smooth. A metaphor for something that is full. Japanese monetary currency.
  • People. Human beings. Humanity. Every single person. People. Grown-ups. Adults. Personality. Character. A word used to count people.
Name:
toen
Katakana:
トウエン

Kanji:
十圓
Meaning:
  • Ten. Kanji character for the number 10 (ten). The next number after nine. A large number. A number of things. A shape in which lines intersect vertically and horizontally.
  • A round shape. No corners or chips. Smooth. A metaphor for something that is full. Japanese monetary currency.
Name:
oen
Katakana:
オウエン

Kanji:
央圓
Meaning:
  • Middle. Halfway. End of the line. End.
  • A round shape. No corners or chips. Smooth. A metaphor for something that is full. Japanese monetary currency.
Name:
ryuen
Katakana:
リュウエン

Kanji:
隆圓
Meaning:
  • High and exuberant. To be vigorous. High status.
  • A round shape. No corners or chips. Smooth. A metaphor for something that is full. Japanese monetary currency.
Name:
ryuen
Katakana:
リュウエン

Kanji:
龍圓
Meaning:
  • Dragon. An imaginary animal. An outstanding person. A hero. A parable of the Son of Heaven. A word used for things related to the Son of Heaven. Dinosaurs.
  • A round shape. No corners or chips. Smooth. A metaphor for something that is full. Japanese monetary currency.
Name:
shien
Katakana:
シエン

Kanji:
紫圓
Meaning:
  • Purple. Name of the color. The color of blue and red mixed together.
  • A round shape. No corners or chips. Smooth. A metaphor for something that is full. Japanese monetary currency.
Name:
madoka
Katakana:
マドカ

Kanji:
Meaning:
  • A round shape. No corners or chips. Smooth. A metaphor for something that is full. Japanese monetary currency.
Name:
mitsuki
Katakana:
ミツキ

Kanji:
圓基
Meaning:
  • A round shape. No corners or chips. Smooth. A metaphor for something that is full. Japanese monetary currency.
  • Fundamentals. Foundation. The foundation of things. The foundation of a building. Basis. Based on.
Name:
mitsuki
Katakana:
ミツキ

Kanji:
圓己
Meaning:
  • A round shape. No corners or chips. Smooth. A metaphor for something that is full. Japanese monetary currency.
  • Myself. The person.
Name:
en
Katakana:
エン

Kanji:
Meaning:
  • A round shape. No corners or chips. Smooth. A metaphor for something that is full. Japanese monetary currency.
Name:
tsubura
Katakana:
ツブラ

Kanji:
Meaning:
  • A round shape. No corners or chips. Smooth. A metaphor for something that is full. Japanese monetary currency.
Name:
madoka
Katakana:
マドカ

Kanji:
Meaning:
  • A round shape. No corners or chips. Smooth. A metaphor for something that is full. Japanese monetary currency.
Name:
madoka
Katakana:
マドカ

Kanji:
圓乎
Meaning:
  • A round shape. No corners or chips. Smooth. A metaphor for something that is full. Japanese monetary currency.
  • A word that expresses admiration. Words of call. Words expressing a place, an object, or a comparison
Name:
madoka
Katakana:
マドカ

Kanji:
圓佳
Meaning:
  • A round shape. No corners or chips. Smooth. A metaphor for something that is full. Japanese monetary currency.
  • Beautiful. Good in shape. Excellent. Splendid. The time is just right. Congratulations.
Name:
madoka
Katakana:
マドカ

Kanji:
圓夏
Meaning:
  • A round shape. No corners or chips. Smooth. A metaphor for something that is full. Japanese monetary currency.
  • Summer. It is one of the four seasons. Big. Prosperous. The name of a dynasty or country in China. China's own name.

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