彫 / Japanese Kanji Meanings & Readings

What does 彫 mean?

Carve

How to read 彫?

Kunyomi... ほる/horu

Onyomi... チョウ/cho

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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Can be registered as a Japanese name

In Japan, 2999 kanji characters can be registered as names. (In other words, you cannot officially apply for any other kanji as a name.) But if you enjoy it as fiction, no problem.

type common-use kanji
unicode 5F6B

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彫 / related names

gender:

gender:

Name:
chosaku
Katakana:
チョウサク

Kanji:
彫作
Meaning:
  • Carve
  • Create. To produce. Something made. To cultivate. To begin. To make for the first time. To do. Human behavior. Movement. Work. To stand. Occur. Appearances.
Name:
horiaki
Katakana:
ホリアキ

Kanji:
彫明
Meaning:
  • Carve
  • Bright. The state of being illuminated by light and seeing clearly. A hopeful and positive attitude. A detailed understanding of things. To be clear. To distinguish. Smart. Wise. Light. To light up.
Name:
chonoshin
Katakana:
チョウノシン

Kanji:
彫之進
Meaning:
  • Carve
  • Go. A word that refers to a person, thing, or thing. A word denoting a subject or modification.
  • Proceed. To go forward. To move up to a higher grade or level. Get better. To improve. I'll give it to you.
Name:
choji
Katakana:
チョウジ

Kanji:
彫児
Meaning:
  • Carve
  • Children. A young child. Babies. Young man. Youth. Children as seen by their parents. A daughter. Son.

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