杷 / Japanese Kanji Meanings & Readings

What does 杷 mean?

Tools for leveling the ground

How to read 杷?

Kunyomi... さらい/sarai

Onyomi... ハ/ha

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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杷 / related names

gender:

gender:

Name:
haru
Katakana:
ハル

Kanji:
杷琉
Meaning:
  • Tools for leveling the ground
  • Ruri(lapis lazuli). Name of a gemstone. A deep blue to indigo-colored gemstone. One of the seven treasures.
Name:
hana
Katakana:
ハナ

Kanji:
杷奈
Meaning:
  • Tools for leveling the ground
  • Red apple. The name of a fruit tree called "kara-nashi. A word expressing a question or antonym.
Name:
hazuki
Katakana:
ハヅキ

Kanji:
杷月
Meaning:
  • Tools for leveling the ground
  • Moon. A satellite of the Earth. One of the celestial bodies visible in the sky. One month. A Monday.
Name:
sarai
Katakana:
サライ

Kanji:
Meaning:
  • Tools for leveling the ground
Name:
haya
Katakana:
ハヤ

Kanji:
杷椰
Meaning:
  • Tools for leveling the ground
  • Palms. A general term for plants belonging to the monocotyledonous palm family.
Name:
soraha
Katakana:
ソラハ

Kanji:
昊杷
Meaning:
  • Sky. Big sky
  • Tools for leveling the ground
Name:
itoha
Katakana:
イトハ

Kanji:
綸杷
Meaning:
  • Thick thread
  • Tools for leveling the ground
Name:
uruha
Katakana:
ウルハ

Kanji:
潤杷
Meaning:
  • Moist. Profit. To make shiny. A metaphor for something that is pervasive and abundant.
  • Tools for leveling the ground
Name:
oha
Katakana:
オウハ

Kanji:
凰杷
Meaning:
  • The phoenix, a legendary bird.
  • Tools for leveling the ground
Name:
kiriha
Katakana:
キリハ

Kanji:
桐杷
Meaning:
  • Empress tree (a kind of tree). A deciduous tree of the Scrophulariaceae family. A metaphor for money or something of value.
  • Tools for leveling the ground
Name:
suguha
Katakana:
スグハ

Kanji:
優杷
Meaning:
  • Gentle. Soothing. Caring. Soothing. Relaxed. Elegant, beautiful. Superior to others. Excellent. Rich. Abundant. Generous.
  • Tools for leveling the ground
Name:
suzuha
Katakana:
スズハ

Kanji:
鈴杷
Meaning:
  • A bell. A device that is rung by shaking it.
  • Tools for leveling the ground
Name:
tsuyuha
Katakana:
ツユハ

Kanji:
都釉杷
Meaning:
  • Capital. Metropolis. A large city where people gather. Tokyo. To control. To unite. Gorgeous. Beautiful. The city's style and elegance.
  • Glaze
  • Tools for leveling the ground
Name:
hao
Katakana:
ハオ

Kanji:
杷央
Meaning:
  • Tools for leveling the ground
  • Middle. Halfway. End of the line. End.
Name:
biwako
Katakana:
ビワコ

Kanji:
枇杷子
Meaning:
  • Loquat (a kind of fruit tree). A tall evergreen tree of the rose family. A comb with a row of fine teeth. A wooden spoon.
  • Tools for leveling the ground
  • Children
Name:
riruha
Katakana:
リルハ

Kanji:
莉留杷
Meaning:
  • Jasmine (a kind of flower). A character used for jasmine.
  • Stays. To hold in place. To be still and unmoving.
  • Tools for leveling the ground
Name:
konoha
Katakana:
コノハ

Kanji:
木之杷
Meaning:
  • Tree. Wood. No frills.
  • Go. A word that refers to a person, thing, or thing. A word denoting a subject or modification.
  • Tools for leveling the ground
Name:
itoha
Katakana:
イトハ

Kanji:
絃杷
Meaning:
  • Strings. A string attached to a musical instrument. General term for stringed instruments.
  • Tools for leveling the ground
Name:
inaha
Katakana:
イナハ

Kanji:
稲杷
Meaning:
  • Rice. An annual plant of the grass family and the most important agricultural crop in Japan. It is a metaphor for humble things, as the ears droop when they bear fruit.
  • Tools for leveling the ground
Name:
aoha
Katakana:
アオハ

Kanji:
碧杷
Meaning:
  • Blue. Green. Greenish-blue. A beautiful blue stone.
  • Tools for leveling the ground

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