拳 / Japanese Kanji Meanings & Readings

What does 拳 mean?

Fist. To clench one's hands tightly. A martial art performed with bare hands. A game in which the winner is determined by the shape of the fingers.

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How to read 拳?

Kunyomi... こぶし/kobushi

Onyomi... ケン/ken,ゲン/gen

jinmeikun... katashi, tsutomu,

* 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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拳 / related names

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Name:
kensei
Katakana:
ケンセイ

Kanji:
拳聖
Meaning:
  • Fist. To clench one's hands tightly. A martial art performed with bare hands. A game in which the winner is determined by the shape of the fingers.
  • Saint. A person of superior knowledge and virtue. A person who is respected. A person who is a leader in his or her field. A person who has mastered the truth. The son of heaven. A word used to refer to a person who is the son of heaven. Unblemished.
Name:
kentaro
Katakana:
ケンタロウ

Kanji:
拳太郎
Meaning:
  • Fist. To clench one's hands tightly. A martial art performed with bare hands. A game in which the winner is determined by the shape of the fingers.
  • 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:
kento
Katakana:
ケント

Kanji:
拳都
Meaning:
  • Fist. To clench one's hands tightly. A martial art performed with bare hands. A game in which the winner is determined by the shape of the fingers.
  • Capital. Metropolis. A large city where people gather. Tokyo. To control. To unite. Gorgeous. Beautiful. The city's style and elegance.
Name:
kensuke
Katakana:
ケンスケ

Kanji:
拳助
Meaning:
  • Fist. To clench one's hands tightly. A martial art performed with bare hands. A game in which the winner is determined by the shape of the fingers.
  • Help. To lend help. To get out of a dangerous situation. To save.
Name:
kenshi
Katakana:
ケンシ

Kanji:
拳史
Meaning:
  • Fist. To clench one's hands tightly. A martial art performed with bare hands. A game in which the winner is determined by the shape of the fingers.
  • History. History books. Documents. Records. A person who is in charge of records. Florid. Beautiful.
Name:
kenji
Katakana:
ケンジ

Kanji:
拳治
Meaning:
  • Fist. To clench one's hands tightly. A martial art performed with bare hands. A game in which the winner is determined by the shape of the fingers.
  • Govern. Manage. Quell. Judge. Correct. To adjust. To cure illness or injury. To treat. To compare. To help. To flourish.
Name:
genki
Katakana:
ゲンキ

Kanji:
拳己
Meaning:
  • Fist. To clench one's hands tightly. A martial art performed with bare hands. A game in which the winner is determined by the shape of the fingers.
  • Myself. The person.
Name:
genki
Katakana:
ゲンキ

Kanji:
拳生
Meaning:
  • Fist. To clench one's hands tightly. A martial art performed with bare hands. A game in which the winner is determined by the shape of the fingers.
  • Live. To be born. Born. To grow. Life. A living thing. Pure. Unadulterated. Fresh. Unprocessed. Unripe. A person who is learning or practicing.
Name:
kenko
Katakana:
ケンコウ

Kanji:
拳広
Meaning:
  • Fist. To clench one's hands tightly. A martial art performed with bare hands. A game in which the winner is determined by the shape of the fingers.
  • Large. To have a large area or space. To spread out. Width of east and west.
Name:
kenshi
Katakana:
ケンシ

Kanji:
拳嗣
Meaning:
  • Fist. To clench one's hands tightly. A martial art performed with bare hands. A game in which the winner is determined by the shape of the fingers.
  • Take Over A House
Name:
kensho
Katakana:
ケンショウ

Kanji:
拳匠
Meaning:
  • Fist. To clench one's hands tightly. A martial art performed with bare hands. A game in which the winner is determined by the shape of the fingers.
  • Artisan. Craftsman. Carpenter. Master. Teacher. A person skilled in a craft or art. A person who is very good in a certain field. Master craftsman. A craftsman. Production.
Name:
kenshiro
Katakana:
ケンシロウ

Kanji:
拳志朗
Meaning:
  • Fist. To clench one's hands tightly. A martial art performed with bare hands. A game in which the winner is determined by the shape of the fingers.
  • Aspiration. To aim to be. Where the mind aims. Compassion. Sign. To remember. To record. A gift for thanks or appreciation.
  • Cheerful. Explicit. A bright, cheerful personality. A beautiful, unclouded appearance. Honest. Clear-hearted. A clear voice.
Name:
kenshin
Katakana:
ケンシン

Kanji:
拳伸
Meaning:
  • Fist. To clench one's hands tightly. A martial art performed with bare hands. A game in which the winner is determined by the shape of the fingers.
  • Stretch. To extend. To extend and spread. To extend one's influence. To relax. To release tension. To state. to declare.
Name:
genshin
Katakana:
ゲンシン

Kanji:
拳心
Meaning:
  • Fist. To clench one's hands tightly. A martial art performed with bare hands. A game in which the winner is determined by the shape of the fingers.
  • Mind. Spirit. Feelings. Thoughts. Heart. Chest. Center. The center of things. Important things. The point.
Name:
genta
Katakana:
ゲンタ

Kanji:
拳太
Meaning:
  • Fist. To clench one's hands tightly. A martial art performed with bare hands. A game in which the winner is determined by the shape of the fingers.
  • Abundantly large. Large in circumference. Thick. Flabby. Very. A word used to refer to a person of high rank or status.
Name:
kento
Katakana:
ケント

Kanji:
拳杜
Meaning:
  • Fist. To clench one's hands tightly. A martial art performed with bare hands. A game in which the winner is determined by the shape of the fingers.
  • The forest of the shrine. Block it. Close.
Name:
gento
Katakana:
ゲント

Kanji:
拳都
Meaning:
  • Fist. To clench one's hands tightly. A martial art performed with bare hands. A game in which the winner is determined by the shape of the fingers.
  • Capital. Metropolis. A large city where people gather. Tokyo. To control. To unite. Gorgeous. Beautiful. The city's style and elegance.
Name:
gennosuke
Katakana:
ゲンノスケ

Kanji:
拳之介
Meaning:
  • Fist. To clench one's hands tightly. A martial art performed with bare hands. A game in which the winner is determined by the shape of the fingers.
  • Go. A word that refers to a person, thing, or thing. A word denoting a subject or modification.
  • Help. A person who helps. To be near, to accompany. to take care of. To intercede. To make friends with. to separate. to separate. to be firm. To protect tightly. Something that covers the outside to protect oneself. boundary. border.
Name:
goken
Katakana:
ゴウケン

Kanji:
剛拳
Meaning:
  • Strong, hard, durable. Strong in temperament and will. Just. Just now. Exactly. To cut off.
  • Fist. To clench one's hands tightly. A martial art performed with bare hands. A game in which the winner is determined by the shape of the fingers.
Name:
tsutomu
Katakana:
ツトム

Kanji:
Meaning:
  • Fist. To clench one's hands tightly. A martial art performed with bare hands. A game in which the winner is determined by the shape of the fingers.

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