太 / Japanese Kanji Meanings & Readings

What does 太 mean?

Abundantly large. Large in circumference. Thick. Flabby. Very. A word used to refer to a person of high rank or status.

How to read 太?

Kunyomi... ふとい/futoi,ふとる/futoru,はなはだ/hanahada

Onyomi... タイ/tai,タ/ta,ダイ/dai

jinmeikun... uzu, o, shiro, taka, to, hiro, hiroshi, futo, futoshi, masu, mi, moto,

* 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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太 / related names

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Name:
kanata
Katakana:
カナタ

Kanji:
奏太
Meaning:
  • Playing a musical instrument. To put together an opinion and present it. To offer to the sovereign. To offer. To accomplish.
  • Abundantly large. Large in circumference. Thick. Flabby. Very. A word used to refer to a person of high rank or status.
Name:
sota
Katakana:
ソウタ

Kanji:
颯太
Meaning:
  • The sound of wind. The sound of the wind blowing quickly. Dashing. A gust of wind. A clean appearance. A crisp appearance.
  • Abundantly large. Large in circumference. Thick. Flabby. Very. A word used to refer to a person of high rank or status.
Name:
taichi
Katakana:
タイチ

Kanji:
太一
Meaning:
  • Abundantly large. Large in circumference. Thick. Flabby. Very. A word used to refer to a person of high rank or status.
  • One. The first. Kanji for the number 1 (one). To be the most superior. To begin, to put things together.
Name:
sota
Katakana:
ソウタ

Kanji:
湊太
Meaning:
  • Harbor. A landing place. A place where ships can safely anchor, such as a breakwater. The entrance to a river, sea, or other body of water. Gathering.
  • Abundantly large. Large in circumference. Thick. Flabby. Very. A word used to refer to a person of high rank or status.
Name:
sota
Katakana:
ソウタ

Kanji:
蒼太
Meaning:
  • Blue color. Blue color of grass. The grass and trees grow thick. To become old. To be in a panic. To be pale and lifeless.
  • Abundantly large. Large in circumference. Thick. Flabby. Very. A word used to refer to a person of high rank or status.
Name:
sota
Katakana:
ソウタ

Kanji:
奏太
Meaning:
  • Playing a musical instrument. To put together an opinion and present it. To offer to the sovereign. To offer. To accomplish.
  • Abundantly large. Large in circumference. Thick. Flabby. Very. A word used to refer to a person of high rank or status.
Name:
hinata
Katakana:
ヒナタ

Kanji:
陽太
Meaning:
  • Sun. Sunlight. The side where the sun shines. Warm. Bright. Whenever. Active and proactive. The positive pole of electricity and magnetism.
  • Abundantly large. Large in circumference. Thick. Flabby. Very. A word used to refer to a person of high rank or status.
Name:
shota
Katakana:
ショウタ

Kanji:
翔太
Meaning:
  • Fly. Spread your wings and fly. To fly high in the sky.
  • Abundantly large. Large in circumference. Thick. Flabby. Very. A word used to refer to a person of high rank or status.
Name:
eita
Katakana:
エイタ

Kanji:
瑛太
Meaning:
  • A beautiful, transparent gem. Crystals. Gemstone light. Beautiful transparent gem.
  • Abundantly large. Large in circumference. Thick. Flabby. Very. A word used to refer to a person of high rank or status.
Name:
kotaro
Katakana:
コウタロウ

Kanji:
孝太朗
Meaning:
  • A child who serves his or her parents well. Cherish your parents. To take good care of one's ancestors. A person who has inherited ideas, goals, etc. from parents or ancestors.
  • Abundantly large. Large in circumference. Thick. Flabby. Very. A word used to refer to a person of high rank or status.
  • Cheerful. Explicit. A bright, cheerful personality. A beautiful, unclouded appearance. Honest. Clear-hearted. A clear voice.
Name:
arata
Katakana:
アラタ

Kanji:
新太
Meaning:
  • New. New things. To make new.
  • Abundantly large. Large in circumference. Thick. Flabby. Very. A word used to refer to a person of high rank or status.
Name:
kanata
Katakana:
カナタ

Kanji:
湊太
Meaning:
  • Harbor. A landing place. A place where ships can safely anchor, such as a breakwater. The entrance to a river, sea, or other body of water. Gathering.
  • Abundantly large. Large in circumference. Thick. Flabby. Very. A word used to refer to a person of high rank or status.
Name:
ryotaro
Katakana:
リョウタロウ

Kanji:
涼太郎
Meaning:
  • Cool. Coolness. A cool, pleasant coolness. Clean and beautiful. Clean. The heart is beautiful. Sadness. Sorrowful.
  • 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:
ryota
Katakana:
リョウタ

Kanji:
亮太
Meaning:
  • Clear. Bright. Clearly. A clear appearance. True. Help.
  • Abundantly large. Large in circumference. Thick. Flabby. Very. A word used to refer to a person of high rank or status.
Name:
daichi
Katakana:
ダイチ

Kanji:
太智
Meaning:
  • Abundantly large. Large in circumference. Thick. Flabby. Very. A word used to refer to a person of high rank or status.
  • Smart. Wisdom. To understand things.
Name:
kotaro
Katakana:
コタロウ

Kanji:
虎太郎
Meaning:
  • Tiger. A metaphor for something as strong as a tiger. A drunkard.
  • 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:
yuta
Katakana:
ユウタ

Kanji:
悠太
Meaning:
  • Distant in time or space. Far away. Eternal. To go on forever. Relaxed, leisurely. Tranquil. Long-hearted. Not in a hurry.
  • Abundantly large. Large in circumference. Thick. Flabby. Very. A word used to refer to a person of high rank or status.
Name:
kenta
Katakana:
ケンタ

Kanji:
健太
Meaning:
  • Healthy. Strong. Strong and sturdy. Brave. Good health. To make strong. Strong and firm. Extremely. Terribly. Tough. Competent.
  • Abundantly large. Large in circumference. Thick. Flabby. Very. A word used to refer to a person of high rank or status.
Name:
yutaro
Katakana:
ユウタロウ

Kanji:
悠太郎
Meaning:
  • Distant in time or space. Far away. Eternal. To go on forever. Relaxed, leisurely. Tranquil. Long-hearted. Not in a hurry.
  • 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:
keita
Katakana:
ケイタ

Kanji:
啓太
Meaning:
  • To enlighten. To teach and guide. To admonish. To make understand. To open. To open up. To start things. To make things happen. To be the first to lead. To dispatch people ahead of time. To spearhead an army. To tell. To offer up. To depart. To go out with a person of high rank.
  • Abundantly large. Large in circumference. Thick. Flabby. Very. A word used to refer to a person of high rank or status.

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