情 / Japanese Kanji Meanings & Readings

What does 情 mean?

The movement of the mind that occurs when things are felt

How to read 情?

Kunyomi... なさけ/nasake,こころ/kokoro, おもむき/omomuki

Onyomi... ジョウ/jo,セイ/sei

jinmeikun... sane, 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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情 / related names

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gender:

Name:
joji
Katakana:
ジョウジ

Kanji:
情司
Meaning:
  • The movement of the mind that occurs when things are felt
  • I'll take care of it. Government office. Officials. To take on a role. To manage. To take charge of. To watch.
Name:
jo
Katakana:
ジョウ

Kanji:
Meaning:
  • The movement of the mind that occurs when things are felt
Name:
joichiro
Katakana:
ジョウイチロウ

Kanji:
情一郎
Meaning:
  • The movement of the mind that occurs when things are felt
  • One. The first. Kanji for the number 1 (one). To be the most superior. To begin, to put things together.
  • Male. Men. Young men. A word that refers broadly to boys. A retainer.
Name:
joun
Katakana:
ジョウウン

Kanji:
情運
Meaning:
  • The movement of the mind that occurs when things are felt
  • Luck
Name:
joji
Katakana:
ジョウジ

Kanji:
情史
Meaning:
  • The movement of the mind that occurs when things are felt
  • History. History books. Documents. Records. A person who is in charge of records. Florid. Beautiful.
Name:
joji
Katakana:
ジョウジ

Kanji:
情志
Meaning:
  • The movement of the mind that occurs when things are felt
  • Aspiration. To aim to be. Where the mind aims. Compassion. Sign. To remember. To record. A gift for thanks or appreciation.
Name:
joji
Katakana:
ジョウジ

Kanji:
情慈
Meaning:
  • The movement of the mind that occurs when things are felt
  • Compassion. To love deeply. A deep feeling of respect mixed with affection. Unconditional love.
Name:
joji
Katakana:
ジョウジ

Kanji:
情次
Meaning:
  • The movement of the mind that occurs when things are felt
  • Next. Second. Second place. Middle. Order. A word expressing rank or order. An inn where you stay on a journey. A place to camp.
Name:
joji
Katakana:
ジョウジ

Kanji:
情治
Meaning:
  • The movement of the mind that occurs when things are felt
  • Govern. Manage. Quell. Judge. Correct. To adjust. To cure illness or injury. To treat. To compare. To help. To flourish.
Name:
josuke
Katakana:
ジョウスケ

Kanji:
情助
Meaning:
  • The movement of the mind that occurs when things are felt
  • Help. To lend help. To get out of a dangerous situation. To save.
Name:
jotaro
Katakana:
ジョウタロウ

Kanji:
情太朗
Meaning:
  • The movement of the mind that occurs when things are felt
  • 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:
jotaro
Katakana:
ジョウタロウ

Kanji:
情太郎
Meaning:
  • The movement of the mind that occurs when things are felt
  • 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:
jotaro
Katakana:
ジョウタロウ

Kanji:
情汰朗
Meaning:
  • The movement of the mind that occurs when things are felt
  • Sort them out. Washing with water to separate the good from the bad. to wash away. To make cloudy. To add to. More than a minute. Too many.
  • Cheerful. Explicit. A bright, cheerful personality. A beautiful, unclouded appearance. Honest. Clear-hearted. A clear voice.
Name:
jotaro
Katakana:
ジョウタロウ

Kanji:
情汰郎
Meaning:
  • The movement of the mind that occurs when things are felt
  • Sort them out. Washing with water to separate the good from the bad. to wash away. To make cloudy. To add to. More than a minute. Too many.
  • Male. Men. Young men. A word that refers broadly to boys. A retainer.
Name:
nobumoto
Katakana:
ノブモト

Kanji:
信情
Meaning:
  • Believe. Truth. Truthfulness. To believe to be true. To make clear. Letter. Signals. Believe in God and Buddha. To take refuge in. Signs. Testimony.
  • The movement of the mind that occurs when things are felt
Name:
joki
Katakana:
ジョウキ

Kanji:
情毅
Meaning:
  • The movement of the mind that occurs when things are felt
  • Resolute. Strong-willed and undaunted. Unmoved in attitude. Angry.
Name:
joji
Katakana:
ジョウジ

Kanji:
情二
Meaning:
  • The movement of the mind that occurs when things are felt
  • Two, The second. Kanji character for the number 2 (two).The next. Again. Another. Different.
Name:
jota
Katakana:
ジョウタ

Kanji:
情太
Meaning:
  • The movement of the mind that occurs when things are felt
  • Abundantly large. Large in circumference. Thick. Flabby. Very. A word used to refer to a person of high rank or status.
Name:
jonosuke
Katakana:
ジョウノスケ

Kanji:
情之助
Meaning:
  • The movement of the mind that occurs when things are felt
  • Go. A word that refers to a person, thing, or thing. A word denoting a subject or modification.
  • Help. To lend help. To get out of a dangerous situation. To save.
Name:
yuisei
Katakana:
ユイセイ

Kanji:
結情
Meaning:
  • Tie. Bind. To connect. To assemble. To put together. To complete. To block.
  • The movement of the mind that occurs when things are felt

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