巻 / Japanese Kanji Meanings & Readings

What does 巻 mean?

Roll it up. A book. A word to count rolled things or books.

How to read 巻?

Kunyomi... まく/maku,まき/maki

Onyomi... カン/kan,ケン/ken

jinmeikun... maru,

* 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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巻 / related names

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Name:
soma
Katakana:
ソウマ

Kanji:
颯巻
Meaning:
  • The sound of wind. The sound of the wind blowing quickly. Dashing. A gust of wind. A clean appearance. A crisp appearance.
  • Roll it up. A book. A word to count rolled things or books.
Name:
kenkichi
Katakana:
ケンキチ

Kanji:
巻吉
Meaning:
  • Roll it up. A book. A word to count rolled things or books.
  • Good. Good luck. Congratulations. Good fortune. Excellent. Wise, honorable. Morally correct. The first day of the month.
Name:
maki
Katakana:
マキ

Kanji:
Meaning:
  • Roll it up. A book. A word to count rolled things or books.
Name:
makio
Katakana:
マキオ

Kanji:
巻夫
Meaning:
  • Roll it up. A book. A word to count rolled things or books.
  • Husband. A man who is married. An adult male. A full-fledged man. A respectable man. A man engaged in labor.
Name:
makio
Katakana:
マキオ

Kanji:
巻央
Meaning:
  • Roll it up. A book. A word to count rolled things or books.
  • Middle. Halfway. End of the line. End.
Name:
makio
Katakana:
マキオ

Kanji:
巻生
Meaning:
  • Roll it up. A book. A word to count rolled things or books.
  • Live. To be born. Born. To grow. Life. A living thing. Pure. Unadulterated. Fresh. Unprocessed. Unripe. A person who is learning or practicing.
Name:
makio
Katakana:
マキオ

Kanji:
巻男
Meaning:
  • Roll it up. A book. A word to count rolled things or books.
  • Male. Adult male. Son.
Name:
makio
Katakana:
マキオ

Kanji:
巻緒
Meaning:
  • Roll it up. A book. A word to count rolled things or books.
  • The beginning of things. Connection. A thought caused by a thing.
Name:
makio
Katakana:
マキオ

Kanji:
巻雄
Meaning:
  • Roll it up. A book. A word to count rolled things or books.
  • Male. The male of an animal. Brave. An excellent person. Large in scale.
Name:
makishi
Katakana:
マキシ

Kanji:
巻司
Meaning:
  • Roll it up. A book. A word to count rolled things or books.
  • I'll take care of it. Government office. Officials. To take on a role. To manage. To take charge of. To watch.
Name:
makishi
Katakana:
マキシ

Kanji:
巻士
Meaning:
  • Roll it up. A book. A word to count rolled things or books.
  • "Male. Adult male. A learned and respectable man. A beautiful name for a man. A man who excels in learning and knowledge. A man with a title. A samurai. A military man. A man who has acquired special qualifications or skills. To perform a task. To serve."
Name:
makishi
Katakana:
マキシ

Kanji:
巻志
Meaning:
  • Roll it up. A book. A word to count rolled things or books.
  • Aspiration. To aim to be. Where the mind aims. Compassion. Sign. To remember. To record. A gift for thanks or appreciation.
Name:
makitaro
Katakana:
マキタロウ

Kanji:
巻多郎
Meaning:
  • Roll it up. A book. A word to count rolled things or books.
  • Many. Increase. Recognize them as highly valuable. Be grateful. Praise. To win. Respect. Thick. Deeply. Exactly. Just that.
  • Male. Men. Young men. A word that refers broadly to boys. A retainer.
Name:
makitaro
Katakana:
マキタロウ

Kanji:
巻太朗
Meaning:
  • Roll it up. A book. A word to count rolled things or books.
  • 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:
makitaro
Katakana:
マキタロウ

Kanji:
巻太郎
Meaning:
  • Roll it up. A book. A word to count rolled things or books.
  • 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:
makita
Katakana:
マキタ

Kanji:
巻多
Meaning:
  • Roll it up. A book. A word to count rolled things or books.
  • Many. Increase. Recognize them as highly valuable. Be grateful. Praise. To win. Respect. Thick. Deeply. Exactly. Just that.
Name:
makita
Katakana:
マキタ

Kanji:
巻太
Meaning:
  • Roll it up. A book. A word to count rolled things or books.
  • Abundantly large. Large in circumference. Thick. Flabby. Very. A word used to refer to a person of high rank or status.
Name:
makito
Katakana:
マキト

Kanji:
巻人
Meaning:
  • Roll it up. A book. A word to count rolled things or books.
  • People. Human beings. Humanity. Every single person. People. Grown-ups. Adults. Personality. Character. A word used to count people.
Name:
makito
Katakana:
マキト

Kanji:
巻土
Meaning:
  • Roll it up. A book. A word to count rolled things or books.
  • Soil
Name:
makito
Katakana:
マキト

Kanji:
巻斗
Meaning:
  • Roll it up. A book. A word to count rolled things or books.
  • Ladle. A tool with a handle for scooping water or alcohol. A square for measuring the amount of grain, liquid, etc. A unit of capacity, 1斗 is about 18 liters. The name of a constellation, such as the Big Dipper or the South Star. Small. The name of a constellation. Suddenly.

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