授 / Japanese Kanji Meanings & Readings

What does 授 mean?

Give. Hand over.

How to read 授?

Kunyomi... さずける/sazukeru,さずかる/sazukaru

Onyomi... ジュ/ju

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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type common-use kanji
unicode 6388

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授 / related names

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gender:

Name:
juki
Katakana:
ジュキ

Kanji:
授輝
Meaning:
  • Give. Hand over.
  • Shining. Glittering. Brilliant. Splendid.
Name:
jumaru
Katakana:
ジュマル

Kanji:
授円
Meaning:
  • Give. Hand over.
  • A round shape. No corners or chips. Smooth. A metaphor for something that is full. Japanese monetary currency.
Name:
jun
Katakana:
ジュン

Kanji:
授武
Meaning:
  • Give. Hand over.
  • Strong and courageous. Strong-willed. warrior. soldier. Battle. War. Military. War potential. Weapons. Overcome. Surpass.
Name:
juju
Katakana:
ジュジュ

Kanji:
授珠
Meaning:
  • Give. Hand over.
  • Ball. A round ball that forms inside a shell. A small, round ball, like a pearl. A metaphor for something beautiful or magnificent.
Name:
juju
Katakana:
ジュジュ

Kanji:
珠授
Meaning:
  • Ball. A round ball that forms inside a shell. A small, round ball, like a pearl. A metaphor for something beautiful or magnificent.
  • Give. Hand over.
Name:
juri
Katakana:
ジュリ

Kanji:
授利
Meaning:
  • Give. Hand over.
  • Sharp. Smart. Wise. Good at work. Good. Useful. Convenient. (blade) sharp. To be sharp. To make a profit. To say things.
Name:
juri
Katakana:
ジュリ

Kanji:
授吏
Meaning:
  • Give. Hand over.
  • A government official. A lower-ranking official. To govern. It is a metaphor for sincerity and hard work, as it originated from a government official who worked hard.
Name:
juri
Katakana:
ジュリ

Kanji:
授李
Meaning:
  • Give. Hand over.
  • Plum (a kind of fruit tree). A small deciduous tree of the rose family. Judge. A messenger. It also refers to Li Bai, a poet of the Tang Dynasty in China. The language of this flower is "misunderstanding".
Name:
juri
Katakana:
ジュリ

Kanji:
授理
Meaning:
  • Give. Hand over.
  • The way of things. The path or reason of things. Pattern. To set in order. Natural science.
Name:
juri
Katakana:
ジュリ

Kanji:
授璃
Meaning:
  • Give. Hand over.
  • A character used for the gemstones "crystal" and "lapis lazuli".
Name:
juri
Katakana:
ジュリ

Kanji:
授莉
Meaning:
  • Give. Hand over.
  • Jasmine (a kind of flower). A character used for jasmine.
Name:
juri
Katakana:
ジュリ

Kanji:
授里
Meaning:
  • Give. Hand over.
  • Village. Countryside. Hometown. The family home of a wife or son-in-law. A pathway that runs vertically and horizontally. Paths. A unit of distance.
Name:
sazuki
Katakana:
サズキ

Kanji:
授希
Meaning:
  • Give. Hand over.
  • Rare. To be few in number, precious. To desire. To seek. To wish for. Faint. Sparse. thin.
Name:
jui
Katakana:
ジュイ

Kanji:
授生
Meaning:
  • Give. Hand over.
  • Live. To be born. Born. To grow. Life. A living thing. Pure. Unadulterated. Fresh. Unprocessed. Unripe. A person who is learning or practicing.
Name:
jui
Katakana:
ジュイ

Kanji:
授依
Meaning:
  • Give. Hand over.
  • To rely on. To lean on. To use as a basis. To follow. As is. As it was. As it was before. Unclear. Hazy. To take care of the weak. Help.
Name:
sazu
Katakana:
サズ

Kanji:
Meaning:
  • Give. Hand over.
Name:
sazuka
Katakana:
サズカ

Kanji:
授香
Meaning:
  • Give. Hand over.
  • Scent. Good smell, fragrant. Aromatic. A scented object that produces a fragrance.
Name:
sazuna
Katakana:
サズナ

Kanji:
授奈
Meaning:
  • Give. Hand over.
  • Red apple. The name of a fruit tree called "kara-nashi. A word expressing a question or antonym.
Name:
sazumi
Katakana:
サズミ

Kanji:
授美
Meaning:
  • Give. Hand over.
  • Beautiful. Excellent. Splendid. Delicious.
Name:
juna
Katakana:
ジュナ

Kanji:
授菜
Meaning:
  • Give. Hand over.
  • Vegetable. A general term for vegetables whose leaves, stems, roots, and other parts are eaten. Side dish.

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