斤 / Japanese Kanji Meanings & Readings

What does 斤 mean?

Axe

How to read 斤?

Kunyomi... おの/ono

Onyomi... キン/kin

jinmeikun... nori,

* 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 65A4

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斤 / related names

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gender:

Name:
kinnoshin
Katakana:
キンノシン

Kanji:
斤之進
Meaning:
  • Axe
  • 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:
kono
Katakana:
コオノ

Kanji:
小斤
Meaning:
  • Small. Little. Small in number or quantity. Trivial. Insignificant. Unimportant. Young person. Underestimate the ability. To treat lightly. A word used to humble oneself.
  • Axe
Name:
norie
Katakana:
ノリエ

Kanji:
斤恵
Meaning:
  • Axe
  • Grace. Caring. Compassion. To feel sorry for someone. To pity and be kind. God and Buddha give happiness. To give things. Wise. Witty. Straightforward. Obedient. Beautiful. Give.

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